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July 09, 2015 Whitepaper 50 min read
No one has a crystal ball to gaze into the future, but it isn’t hard to see that now is the time for a revised business model for higher education.

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No one has to tell higher education leaders that times are changing. Many institutions are struggling to control costs while maintaining enrollment. When student debt in our country sits at an unprecedented one trillion dollars — an increase of roughly 1,100 percent since 1980, which is more than any other goods or services in the U.S. economy — it is time to find ways to become more nimble and change business as usual. Because nothing about higher education is business as usual.

In every business, a strategic plan is necessary to stay competitive — both today and down the road. Does your institution have a solid plan to get through tough economic challenges without sacrificing the students and faculty?

We invite you to download Plante Moran’s Higher Education New Ideas!

What's inside? 

  • Accreditation and effective board governance
  • Building shared services success
  • Commercialization and technology transfer key strategies
  • Consolidation and merger key considerations

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