The Relationship between Institutional Budget Models and Graduate Strategic Enrollment Management Structures
DepartmentPolicy, Organizational and Leadership Studies
Permanent link to this recordhttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12613/6597
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AbstractGraduate strategic enrollment management (SEM) professionals must become fluent in the mechanics of their institution’s budget model in order to better understand how graduate enrollment headcount and tuition revenue translate into the resources that power the institution and fortify it to withstand a potentially uncertain future. This article provides a primer on common institutional budget models and the potential implications of these models on graduate SEM.
CitationParis, J.H, Birnbaum, M., & Dix, N. (2021). The Relationship between Institutional Budget Models and Graduate Strategic Enrollment Management Structures. SEM Quarterly, 9(1), 25-34.
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