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Growing Net Tuition Revenue

September 30, 2021 | 2–2:30 pm ET

Overview

NACUBO Consulting

As institutions explore ways to grow and diversify their revenue streams, many overlook the opportunities to grow revenue from net tuition revenues with existing programs that have stronger return on investment (ROI). With this approach, the goal is to grow net revenues from high-revenue programs to support the continuation of programs that produce low or no net revenues.

This session will explore how your institution can become more financially sound through understanding program costs to grow resources and support other operations, infrastructure, or invest in new strategic initiatives.

Join John Haller, vice president of enrollment management at the University of Miami, and Glenn Sharman, former provost at Oglethorpe University, to understand how to partner with your academic and enrollment officer to align your efforts and positively impact your enrollment and revenues.


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Meet The Presenters

  • Mary Wheeler, Consultant,

CPE Information

There are no CPEs offered for this event.

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Registration

Registration assistance: 877.797.7698 or support@nacubo.org

Cancellation Policies

Member Standard Ends May 13, 2022

$129

Non-Member Standard Ends May 13, 2022

$219

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