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The continued spread of COVID-19 has forced many institutions to rethink their fall plans, and as a result of this an increasingly larger portion of the course catalog will likely be taught remotely. This represents a large shift in fall strategy that institutional leaders now need to prepare for in a limited amount of time.
Absent an effective strategy to review and realign the athletics portfolio, institutions risk the depletion of their financial and reputational resources, which is being accelerated due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
To remain financially sustainable alongside ever-present cost and enrolment pressures, universities must better manage a balanced campus programme portfolio that advances the institutional mission, responds to market demands, and contributes to the bottom line.
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