Join us for a virtual forum on how to prepare your institution’s budget with coronavirus in mind.
This session will explore ways to develop a reasonable budget focusing on strategic modifications to academic and administrative investments.
Hosted by Scott Carlson, a senior writer at The Chronicle, and Paul Friga, strategy expert, this forum will feature Laura Hubbard, vice president for finance and administration at the University at Buffalo, as they examine key questions many college leaders have during this time of uncertainty, including:
- How much will revenue drop?
- Which administrative expenses can we cut?
- How do we transition academic investments?
With Support From Huron
Events on Financial Challenges Series
UPCOMING: March 7, 2024 | 2 p.m. ET. How can higher ed avoid the Top 5 common pitfalls of strategic planning? Join us for a virtual forum to uncover research-backed strategies for success. With Support From Watermark. Register here.
ON DEMAND: Technology has played a pivotal role in allowing colleges to operate and educate, even as the pandemic left many campuses closed. To examine how technology has affected colleges’ finances during these unprecedented times, The Chronicle will bring together a panel of college leaders for the latest event in a series, “Making Smart Tech Choices Now.” With support from Ellucian. Watch on demand
ON DEMAND: This session features a discussion about what was learned from the Great Recession of 2008 and how those insights will inform colleges’ decisions today. We’ll identify the impact on higher-education business models and provide insight into what might happen to colleges and universities over the next few years. With Support From Huron. Watch on demand
ON DEMAND: Joined by Lynn Pasquerella, president of the Association of American Colleges & Universities, this installment offers a framework for how college leaders should be planning for strategic change on their campus. We will discuss key questions leaders should consider during a recession, including what are the five recession myths and how they apply to higher ed, and what should we do to change our models? With Support From Huron. Watch on demand