4 Best Practices in Financial Planning for Higher Education

Given the number and magnitude of pressures in higher education, the need for robust long-range financial planning is more critical than ever.

Without a strong strategic financial and capital plan in place, and without clear and connected strategic-financial vision, higher education institutions run a risk of making strategic decisions that may not be in the institutions’ best financial interests. When properly developed and implemented, the strategic financial and capital plan serves as a blueprint for future growth. Applying quantitative reasoning, it brings key issues into focus by mapping out available financial resources and matching those resources with strategic capital requirements.

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Assess your current credit position

Quantify your current capital position relative to strategic requirements

Develop a realistic financial plan that supports the institution’s strategy

Communicate and direct the plan’s implementation

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