University Finance officers face increasingly challenging decisions when trying to satisfy competing priorities and interests within an institution.
These decisions become even more difficult when there isn’t a systematic way to predict future revenues. Revenues, for the most part, are a combination of counts (number of enrolled students) and rates (tuition/ fees/books/boarding/etc.).
Colleges and Universities have a lot of control over the rates, but do not have the same control for the counts. The solution? Come up with a more scientific approach for projecting enrollment.
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