ERIC Number: ED242254
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984
Reference Count: 0
New Sources of Revenue: An Ideabook.
Hunt, Susan, Ed.
Advice for schools, colleges, and universities to generate more revenue and noncash resources through entrepreneurial and business ventures is offered in this indexed handbook. In addition to nine case studies of campus-based enterprises, six articles present the process by which new sources of revenue can be identified. Legal and tax considerations are also considered, including how to raise revenue while maintaining the institution's nonprofit tax status. Article titles and authors are as follows: "A Strategy for Enhancing Your Institution's Revenue" (Douglas Beavan); "Resource Raising: Putting Your Campus Assets to Work Full Time" (Harold L. Hodgkinson); "Campus Capitalism: Ten Ways That Institutions Are Raising New Resources" (Karla Taylor); "Capital Enhancement by Syndication and Sale-Leaseback" (Robert E. Angus, William A. Davis, Jr.); "Creative Financing: Great Ways for an Independent School to Earn Money Even After School's Out for the Day" (Richard F. Odell). The nine campus projects involve the following topics: investments and financial strategies; land sale, lease, or sale-leaseback; renting facilities and space; profit-making ventures; joint ventures with business and industry; reducing expenditures, nonfinancial resources raised; innovative ways to pay for a college education; and tuition assistance programs. (SW)
Descriptors: Capital, Case Studies, Compliance (Legal), Economic Opportunities, Entrepreneurship, Fund Raising, Higher Education, Institutional Advancement, Investment, Real Estate, School Business Relationship, Shared Facilities, Student Costs, Student Financial Aid, Taxes, Tuition
Publications Order Department, Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, 80 S. Early Street, Alexandria, VA 22304 ($16.50).
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom; Opinion Papers; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Administrators; Policymakers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, Washington, DC.