Written specifically for central administrators, such as chief academic officers,
chief financial officers, academic deans, vice presidents, provosts, chancellors
and presidents of colleges and universities.
For the first time a national study addresses the question as to the extent
continuing education units are making money for their institutions.
The issue is critical. Yet up to this time there have been no figures on how
many continuing education units are financially self sufficient, and the amount
of net profit, if any, continuing education units generate for their institutions.
- How much profit or net surplus c.e. units are making
- What sized c.e. units are more likely to be losing money
- Estimates as to the total income in billions generated for all c.e. units
in the United States
- How much a typical c.e. unit contributes in Institutional Overhead to central
- Whether c.e. is a “cash cow” and more