Thank you for participating in EAB’s Financial Performance Collaborative.
You now have the opportunity to register for up to three modules of the Financial Performance Collaborative, based on your institutional priorities and team capacity across the next three months. As a reminder, each module will require an Implementation Leader (IL). Sessions are best suited for Chief Business Officers and Provosts.
The University of Louisville is a four-year metropolitan state-assisted R1 research institution in Kentucky. Join this session to learn the steps and strategies that University of Louisville leaders took to fully integrate Academic Performance Solutions (APS) into the life of the institution. This session is designed for APS and Edify Program Sponsors, Program Owners, Value Leads, and other individuals involved in their institution’s APS or Edify strategy.
Join us for a webinar presented by Middle Tennessee State University’s (MTSU) Rebecca Cole, Associate Provost for Academic Administration and Resources, and Dr. Brian Hinote, Professor and Associate Vice Provost for Data Analytics & Student Success.
Participate in EAB’s Financial Sustainability Collaborative for Administrative and Organizational Effectiveness to assess the overall fitness of critical administrative functions and quantify savings opportunities.
Improving administrative efficiency and effectiveness continue to be top of mind concerns for institutions large and small, however we have sensed many of our partners are struggling to make progress in an already-lean operating environment. EAB’s Administrative Financial Sustainability Collaborative will bring a cohort of university partners together to size administrative savings opportunities.
APS’s newest module, called Course Planning Optimization (CPO), is designed to empower Deans, Department Chairs, and other individuals involved in course planning with historical analyses and course forecasts to make data-informed decisions.
Despite completing the course planning process for every term each year, at most institutions, the course schedule is seemingly never fine-tuned enough to support student demand. Explore this infographic to learn 14 metrics institutions can use to improve course planning and understand how unreliable—or unavailable—data in the course planning process impacts staff, faculty, and students.
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