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College and University Business Administration

NACUBO is developing the next edition of the core reference work for all phases of higher education management, College and University Business Administration. We've published individual chapters as online publications as they are completed. These resources are complimentary to NACUBO members (login to recieve the member rate).

Interested in sponsorsing a chapter? Contact LaTosha McNeal lmcneal@nacubo.org.

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  1. Risk Management
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    By Janice Abraham

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    Authored by Janice Abraham, CEO of United Educators, the Risk Management chapter of College and University Business Administration, explores the expansion of the risk management profile to include a view across the entire enterprise. Divided into two sections, Part 1: Risk Management Programs and Part 2: Risk Transfer and Sharing: Insurance Options, readers will gain a strong understanding of the fundamentals needed in managing risk.

    Download your copy of Risk Management from the College and University Business Administration today!

    Written in conjunction with United Educators:
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  2. Endowment Management
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    By Randy L. Greene

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    Management of an endowment is typically led by the chief business officer and requires a partnership between the institution’s governing board and investment office.

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  3. Strategic Debt Management
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    As core members of executive management, chief business officers are key players in campus administration. In the area of debt management, the chief business officer will likely have primary responsibility for educating the board and internal constituents about the reasons and consequences for selecting a particular financing strategy. Business officers must often explain the rationale for debt and the benefits of debt to audiences as well as manage the entire debt program.

    Learn more in the complimentary Strategic Debt Management chapter of College and University Business Administration.

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  4. Facilities Management
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    Managing an institution's physical assets encompasses a broad array of responsibilities, ranging from planning to construction administration to ongoing maintenance and sustainability. Learn more in this complimentary chapter.

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  5. Student Financial Services
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    By: Dennis DeSantis and David Glezerman.

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    In this chapter you will learn about the variety of business functions and services associated with SFS, the necessary skills and training needed to provide quality services, and the number of organizational models that can be used at an institution.

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  6. Procurement
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    In most cases, purchasing is the second largest expenditure on campus after personnel - so how can chief business officers take a more strategic and collaborative approach to create savings? Especially since the procurement process does not follow a "one-size-fits-all" model. The process is unique for many reasons: The marketplace responds differently to higher education; institutional needs change in response to research or new programs; and higher education competes for faculty, students, and funding.

    Learn more in the complimentary Procurement chapter of College and University Business Administration.

    This publication was supported by NAEP
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  7. Tax
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    By: Bertrand M. Harding, Jr.

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    Chief business officers often have a crucial role to play in complying to the major federal tax requirements imposed on institutions of higher education.

    This chapter is sponsored by Crowe Horwath:
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  8. Governance
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    There are two ways to approach governance in higher education. The first is through a study of governing boards, delegation of authority, and accountability. The alternative approach is shared governance, a deceptively antiseptic term that obscures the complex and sometimes messy realities of institutional history, real and presumed faculty prerogatives, and opaque decision-making.

    This chapter is sponsored by PriceWaterhouseCoopers:

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