Transforming Faith-Based Campus Infrastructure in Consideration of Institutional Mission and Financial Resilience
Did you know that the average deferred maintenance backlog for private university campus buildings has grown to over $90/gsf, posing budgetary, reliability, and enrollment risk to many institutions of higher education? Leading institutions recognize the value of their facilities and campus environment in attracting, retaining, and teaching students. Investing in a modern, safe, energy-efficient, and student-friendly campus can pay dividends.
A phased approach to Campus Transformation means that improvements can be designed and implemented around each school’s unique priorities, while leveraging existing budgets, new technologies and private sector participation.
Learning Objectives: Attendees will be able to:
- Apply the principles of the Campus Transformation method to improve the campus and the institution's financial resilience.
Fred James, National Business Director - Higher Education, Siemens Industry, Inc.
Linda Rega, Senior Manager, Financial Services, Siemens Industry, Inc.
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Delivery Method: Group-Internet-Based
Program Level: Basic
CPE Credits: 1.5
Field of Study: Finance
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