With rates already rising and projections of continued increases, schools evaluating external financing for critical campus projects this summer should be aware of potential budget implications.
Three reasons to consider separating short-term assets into a lease for summer renovations.
Important questions for schools to consider as they plan financing for upcoming projects based on the recent updates to the FOMC dot plot and potential interest rate changes.
Q&A with University of La Verne’s Vice President of HR, IT, Facilities and Safety, Dr. Clive Houston Brown on creating a carbon-neutral campus.
Leaders in facilities and finance must work together to overcome obstacles and come up with innovative sustainability initiatives.
Oberlin College is leading the way when it comes to environmental sustainability in higher education. Its commitment to the campus, students, and the surrounding community demonstrates how a college can...
Over the past decade, the focus on sustainability initiatives by colleges and universities nationwide has increased. However, making the business case for these projects still remains a challenge for most CFOs.
Q&A with John McGee, author of Breakpoint: The Changing Marketplace for Higher Education
For tomorrow’s students, job placement has arguably never been more important in deciding which college or university to attend.
While growing enrollment has become a challenge for many small liberal arts schools, Saint Leo University has become the exception. A strong pulse on the needs of the market along with new and innovative...
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