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Academic Affairs Forum

Our Academic Affairs Forum delivers proven strategies and data insights so you can unlock untapped resources and reach goals related to student success, financial sustainability, academic program innovation, and more. Whether your campus is seeking a gradual evolution on large-scale initiatives or looking to jumpstart a dramatically new strategic direction, we work with institutions large and small on the following areas:

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How EAB helps you prioritize scarce resources

"The very first EAB meeting I came to I remember feeling like a kid in a candy store because it was fantastic to…learn with other people from other universities about best practices."

Deborah Bickford, Associate Provost, University of Dayton

Research & Insights

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Instructional costs, primarily faculty compensation and benefits, are the largest single budget line item for nearly every university—and they are on the rise. For most institutions, these costs are largely fixed, making resource flexibility a significant challenge in an era of declining per-student funding and tuition revenue.

While most academic leaders think of advising, academics, or student affairs when thinking about student success, the administrative infrastructure of a campus has an equally key role to play. Read this Roadmap to learn how the right policies, processes, and financial supports form the foundation for a broader student success strategy.

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During this event, join a group of your peers at the Academic Affairs Forum’s 2020 Provost Roundtables and Leadership Summits for a presentation of new EAB research and lively facilitated discussion. Partners will leave the meeting with concrete takeaways that will accelerate change management on their campuses.

During this event, join a group of your peers at the Academic Affairs Forum’s 2020 Provost Roundtables and Leadership Summits for a presentation of new EAB research and lively facilitated discussion. Members will leave the meeting with concrete takeaways that will accelerate change management on their campuses.

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