ERIC Number: ED442349
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2000
Reference Count: 0
A Board's Guide to Comprehensive Campaigns.
Schrum, Jake B., Ed.
Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges
This guide examines the scope and structure of college and university comprehensive fund-raising campaigns. It focuses on the responsibilities of boards and trustees in planning, overseeing, and actively participating in such campaigns, which are defined as institutional fund-raising initiatives which take place over a predetermined time period, usually 5 to 7 years. Following a foreword by Richard T. Ingram and an introduction by Jake B. Schrum, the eleven chapters include: (1) "Building the Case for a Comprehensive Campaign" (Marion B. Peavey); (2) "Assessing Institutional Readiness" (Vance T. Peterson); (3) "Planning for a Comprehensive Campaign" (Richard B. Eason); (4) "Comprehensive Campaign Structure and Budget: Before, During, and After" (Jake B. Schrum); (5) "Achieving Trustee Ownership" (Philip G. Mazzara); (6) "Selecting and Using Professional Consultants" (Frederic C. Nahm); (7) "Trustees as Fund-Raisers" (Susan B. Green); (8) "Ensuring Campaign Integrity and Accountability" (Catherine Dunn); (9) "The Relationship Between Public Institution Governing Boards and Their Foundations During a Comprehensive Campaign" (Curtis R. Simic); (10) "Conclusion" n(Jake B. Schrum); and (11) "Afterword: Hints for a Successful Comprehensive Fund-Raising Campaign" (Jake B. Schrum). Two appendixes by Holly Madsen include: "The AGB Comprehensive Campaign Survey of Independent Colleges and Universities" and "The AGB Comprehensive Campaign Survey of Public Colleges and Universities." (RH)
Descriptors: Board Administrator Relationship, College Administration, College Governing Councils, Donors, Educational Finance, Endowment Funds, Financial Needs, Fund Raising, Governance, Governing Boards, Higher Education, Institutional Administration, Private Financial Support, Trustees
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, Washington, DC.