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Risk Management and Campus Security

College and University Business Administration, 7th edition - Risk Management
Risk management is not just about insurance or financial loss. It is about managing the entire range of threats to the well-being of an institution. In its broadest sense, risk can be defined as any issue that could impact the ability of the institution to meet its objectives. This chapter is a resource for individuals with oversight of risk management.

Enterprise Risk Management Can Be a Strategic Opportunity (2013)
Author Mark S. Beasley focuses on the business officer's leadership role in strengthening the institution's risk management oversight process to take advantage of upcoming opportunities and minimize potential threats. Part of NACUBO's Perspectives series, this paper is free to members.

Business Officer Articles

Instant Support Group  (February 2018)
The ability to bounce back from a devastating and traumatic event takes mutual aid and—as important—the recognition that healing takes time.

In Anticipation  (January 2018)
By incorporating enterprise risk management into strategic plans and campus culture, CBOs and senior leaders at two institutions are considering the unexpected—and crafting ways to minimize impact.

Campus Security

Resources regarding campus safety including the National Campus Safety and Security Project.

Campus Sexual Assault Prevention

Resources on the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act of 2013, including implementing regulations, White House initiatives and tools, and the latest ED department guidance on institutional compliance with Title IX.

Emergency Preparedness

A robust emergency preparedness plan is key to protecting lives, mitigating damage, and facilitating recovery from natural disasters and other emergency situations.

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News

ED Issues Interim Guidance on Campus Sexual Assault

September 18, 2017

There are several notable changes in the interim guidance, published by the Department of Education ahead of a rulemaking process to establish new campus sexual assault regulations.


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  • February 04, 2019

    What Did I Miss in Washington? January 23-February 4, 2019

    The National College Access Network updates its tools to increase FAFSA completion, NACUBO reminds private colleges about new financial responsibility requirements, and more.

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  • February 04, 2019

    Higher Education Community Weighs In on Proposed Title IX Overhaul

    The Department of Education’s recent proposal to revamp investigations of campus sexual assault is one of the most controversial that has been put forth by the Trump administration to date. NACUBO joined 60 other higher education associations to support comments submitted to the department by the American Council on Education that highlighted the proposed rule’s positive aspects and areas of concern.

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    NACUBO Names New President and CEO

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  • July 30, 2018

    NACUBO Names New President and CEO

    Susan Whealler Johnston, Ph.D., is NACUBO’s first female CEO

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