What will Fall 2020 bring in terms of enrollment numbers, student mix, course delivery methods, revenues, and expenses?

Effective tuition planning surfaces potential revenue and expense impacts caused by enrollment changes and positions institutions to adjust operations accordingly. While no one has perfect insight into what will unfold over the coming months, modeling potential scenarios more quickly and accurately will guide better decision-making. 

Learn how to: 

  • Develop planning assumptions to support near- and long-term tuition and enrollment projections 
  • Dynamically model different tuition and enrollment scenarios 
  • Proactively engage stakeholders and communicate decisions to constituents 

Now more than ever, it’s critical for institutions to develop a dynamic approach to tuition and enrollment planning.

Meet the Authors
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Stewart Clark

Stewart Clark

Stewart Clark is a Senior Solutions Engineer in the Higher Education practice of Kaufman Hall. He assists colleges and universities of varying sizes nationwide in the development of solutions to analyze and improve their financial performance using the Axiom Higher Education Software Suite.
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Jennifer Mulvaney

Jennifer Mulvaney

Senior Solutions Engineer
Jennifer Mulvaney is a Senior Solutions Engineer with Kaufman Hall, focusing on Higher Education. She has more than 15 years of experience in Enterprise Performance Management, helping organizations of all sizes with their budgeting and planning needs.
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Julia Wysocki

Julia Wysocki

Vice President
Julia Wysocki has 15 years of experience and is focused exclusively on serving higher education clients. Her expertise includes cross-functional leadership, budget management, change management, operational model design, student lifecycle management, and the development of actionable, timely strategic plans.
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