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The Presidency

Summer 2013

On The Cover

Kristina Cowan

​Your students are paying more for tuition. Your faculty salaries are frozen. Budgets are being cut—again. But you're building a new, multi-million-dollar facility. Got explanation?

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  • crane

    Building the Future (And a Rationale)

    Kristina Cowan

    Your students are paying more for tuition. Your faculty salaries are frozen. Budgets are being cut—again. But you're building a new, multi-million-dollar facility. Got explanation?

  • for-sale sign, open land

    From the Ground Up

    Thomas V. Chema

    What can you do to bolster your institution's bottom line? Get creative.

  • college classroom seating

    How Much Campus Do You Need?

    Terry Calhoun and Alexandria Roe

    Online instruction and changing student demographics are reshaping the future of higher education. Is your campus ready?

  • Recycling bin

    Keeping it Green

    Margaret Cederoth and Tiffany Batac

    A top 10 list of smaller but significant things that a campus can do to make sure its facilities maximize efficiency and minimize environmental impacts.

  • hammer and nail

    One Step at a Time: How to Escape the Deferred-Maintenance Spiral

    California State University, East Bay President Leroy M. Morishita shares his best practices for taking the "deferred" out of "deferred maintenance.

  • lightbulb

    Whatever it Takes

    Even before the Great Recession and the resulting economic slowdown brought college and university finances to precarious levels, institution leaders have been creative in leveraging campus assets to help save their campus money or boost its endowment.

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