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This blog, part of the Rising Higher Ed Leaders Fellowship, looks to establish a budget forecasting model that can inform strategic decisions years into the future at Buena Vista University.
This project, part of the Rising Higher Ed Leaders Fellowship, seeks to incentivize Ph.D. student growth and review graduate assistantship budgeting with minimal financial impact.
This fellowship blog shares Illinois State University's approach to creating a new budget model that aligns resource allocation with the university strategic plan.
In Spring 2020, we brought together the inaugural cohort of the Financial Sustainability Collaborative (FSC). Thirty institutions gathered monthly and followed a four-month, EAB-created curriculum to confidentially discuss the myriad challenges associated with budgetary and financial perspectives within the academic enterprise.
This briefing outlines five insights facilities leaders should keep in mind when navigating deferred maintenance decisions, as well as strategies and resources to help you address your backlog, including case studies from institutions that have successfully addressed complex deferred maintenance decisions.
Watch our 2-minute video to learn how to create a budget model that best fits the financial needs and strategic goals of your institution.
Discover 29 budget model elements you can use to incentivize revenue growth, control costs, set performance targets, and support strategic priorities.
Budget model changes can involve hundreds of decisions, and can lead to many unintended consequences. This infographic outlines 13 budget model design decisions that will help you align your model to your strategic goals.
This fellowship blog explores the budget as a means of supporting a shared strategic vision. It proposes solutions with elements related to alignment and transparency that will spark campus conversations to engage constituents.
This capstone from the Rising Higher Ed Leaders Fellowship aims to identify which student characteristics should be incorporated into the long-range budget plan to improve the precision of student enrollment forecasting at Miami University.