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ERIC Number: ED324627
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990
Pages: 156
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-1-55620-068-4
Financial Management for Student Affairs Administrators. ACPA Media Publication No. 48.
Schuh, John H., Ed.
This book offers a perspective on the current financial environment in higher education and helps student affairs officers improve their skills in fiscal and budgetary management. "Current Fiscal and Budgetary Perspectives" (John Schuh) describes the fiscal environment in which student affairs operates and discusses budgeting approaches. "Private Versus Public Institutions: How Do Financial Issues Compare?" (Donald Mills and Margaret Barr) points out some differences and similarities in fiscal management issues in independent and public institutions. "Trends in Management Information Systems for Student Affairs Officers" (Jerry Quick) examines hardware and software needs, networking, training, and getting started with such a system. "Dimensions of Financial Management in Admissions Services" (Linda Clement) discusses the impact of enrollment on institutional revenues and the management of the admissions office. "Can You Get There From Here? Assessing the Direction of Student Financial Aid Administration From a Student Affairs Perspective" (Susan Pugh) identifies questions appropriate to the management of the financial aids office. "Funding and Financial Management of Counseling Centers" (Donald Nance) describes the financial environment of counseling centers and identifies sources of funding. "Financial Management of Student Health Services" (Scott Rickard and Debra Benoit Sivertson) identifies current trends in student health services and describes seven funding models. "Auxiliary Enterprises: Running a Business Within an Institution" (Michael Noetzel and James Hyatt) describes major issues facing auxiliary services on college campuses and presents management trends. "Evaluating Financial Management in Student Affairs" (George Kuh and Elizabeth Nuss) introduces the not-for-profit model as an interesting framework for evaluating student affairs. (NB)
American College Personnel Association, 5999 Stevenson Ave., Alexandria, VA 22304 (Order No. 72160, $19.00).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Coll. Personnel Association, Washington, DC.