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NACUBO Online: Big Opportunities for Small Institutions

Evaluate your institution's current economic model and consider new partnerships, consortia, shared services, or other potential models that might suit your institution.

Overview

NACUBO is pleased to offer a on-demand recordings of the 2016 workshop, Big Opportunities for Small Institutions. The timely workshop focused on the challenges faced by small institutions. The objective is for participants to receive the support and direction they need to effectively engage their governing boards and campus leaders to realistically evaluate the full potential of their particular institutions. 
 
Chief business officers and assistant vice president- and controller-level staff will interact with one another and a faculty of industry experts and campus leaders around several key topics:
  • Communicating the financial reality (video + slides)
  • Being successful as a leader (audio + slides)
  • Presenting financial information effectively (audio + slides)
  • Updating their institution’s economic business model (audio + slides)
Note: Workshop attendees and participants of the 2016 Tuition Discounting Study do not need to purchase. Please check your email and My NACUBO account for complimentary access. Contact webcast@nacubo.org for more information.
 
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Assistant Vice Presidents for Finance and/or Administration at Small Private Institutions
  • Chief Business Officers at Small Private Institutions
  • Chief Financial Officers at Small Private Institutions
  • Controllers at Small Private Institutions
  • Vice Presidents for Finance and/or Administration at Small Private Institutions

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

  • Monitor the critical indicators of institutional financial health including financial ratio analysis, 5- and 10-year financial forecasts, and enrollment. 
  • Clearly communicate the reality of institutional health to the president's cabinet, the board, and the campus.
  • Evaluate your institution's current economic model and consider new partnerships, consortia, shared services, or other potential models that might suit your institution. 
  • How to lead and manage change effectively. 
  • How to personally stay well in a challenging work environment.
 

Prerequisites

No prerequisites and/or advance preparation required.

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Technical Requirements

Software/Browser Requirements

  • Windows 7 / 10
  • Adobe Acrobat
  • Flash Player

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CPE Information

There are no CPEs offered for this event.

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Registration

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Member Member

$99.00

Non-Member Non-Member

$199.00

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