Maximum industry officials are upbeat about their faculties’ monetary long run. Why is that so, and are they proper to be so positive?
This week’s episode of The Key includes a dialogue about Inside of Upper Ed’s 2022 Survey of School and College Industry Officials, which most often discovered faculty leader monetary officials feeling beautiful excellent about how their establishments are faring and the way they’re situated for the long run.
The episode explores the survey’s effects, but in addition digs into whether or not monetary and different leaders in upper schooling suppose their establishments want to make significant adjustments in how they function to be financially sustainable and strong down the street – and whether or not their beautiful rosy view would possibly lead them to much less prone to peer the desire for important adjustments on their campuses.
The dialog options 3 industry officials: Diane Snyder, vice chancellor of finance and management on the Alamo Schools District in Texas; Cynthia Vizcaino Villa, senior vice chairman for management and finance at California Polytechnic State College at San Luis Obispo, and Mark Volpatti, vice chairman for finance and leader monetary officer at Indiana’s Valparaiso College.
Hosted through Inside of Upper Ed Editor Doug Lederman.
This episode was once made conceivable through EY-Parthenon.