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Now in its tenth year, the 2018 Student Financial Services Benchmarking Report has become a key component in our efforts to help institutions compare their key financial indicators against national averages and self-selected institutional peer groups. Participating institutions received a complimentary copy.
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The 2017 Tuition Discounting Study, based on survey responses from 404 private nonprofit NACUBO-member institutions, reports final institutional discount rates for academic year 2016-17 and preliminary estimates for academic year 2017-18. Participating institutions received a complimentary copy.
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OVERVIEW: Here you’ll find a fresh look at the needs and requirements of your finance committee members, clarifying how they and management may best interact with each other. Drawing from these resources as needed, your finance committee and institution may reach the goal of improving the quality of financial oversight.Learn More
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Since it was first published in 1980, the Strategic Financial Analysis for Higher Education series has been acknowledged by leaders in the higher education industry as important financial publications and used extensively by trustees, senior managers, financial analysts, and credit analysts. This update addresses significant changes in financial reporting and management by both private and public institutions since the 7th edition was published in 2010, including:
- Reintroducing the conceptual framework of core composite financial index ratios
- Clarifying the calculation and meaning of expendable net assets
- Explaining valuable secondary ratios
- Assessing how changes in analysis by rating agencies impacts higher education
- Evaluating how pension accounting changes—for publics—affect ratios and benchmarks
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$75.00This handy desk reference will help you and your institution develop and maintain a professional environment for properly managing operations, while ensuring that students receive fair and equitable service. Written for business officers, financial aid directors, CFOs, controllers, and collections staff, Managing and Collecting Student Receivables offers detailed guidelines.
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Budgeting is inherently political. Too often, short-term goals overrun long-term institutional interest. By presenting the many layers of budgeting models with a clear, comparative framework, author Larry Goldstein demonstrates the organic link between planning and budgeting, making it crystal clear that budgets and plans represent two sides of the same coin. Purchase your copy now of a perennial NACUBO bestseller, A Guide to College and University Budgeting: Foundations for Institutional Effectiveness, Fourth Edition. Book-Softcover, 239 pages, 2012Learn More
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Member Price: $19.98Book-Softcover, 256 pages, 2009 Learn More
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In his work with more than 100 higher education institutions over the last 25 years, education consultant Patrick Sanaghan has observed that even the most well-crafted and detailed strategic plans often fail—simply because internal stakeholders often are not involved in the process and feel no connection to the outcome. Sanaghan’s five-phase Collaborative Strategic Planning process (CSP) tackles this challenge and guides higher education leaders on involving stakeholders in the process from concept to implementation.
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Member Price: $32.95CD-ROM, 2009 Learn More