How Colleges and Universities Can Move Beyond HEERF
Wednesday, June 29, 2022
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Over the past two years, Congress has provided $80 billion in Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) grants to help students and institutions of higher education weather the unprecedented challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. As those resources are expended and enrollment continues to decline, campuses will have to figure out how to move forward and balance support for students with the increasingly urgent need to generate revenue amid national enrollment declines.
This webinar will discuss how institutions can reorient their pathways around learner needs to improve student success and institutional financial health. It will provide examples of how colleges are creating pathways that both help students progress toward careers and support institutional sustainability. Join us for a timely conversation with experts in higher education administration and operations to discuss how institutions—and their students—can thrive in this next phase of the pandemic recovery.
Moderator: Susan English, Ad Astra
Panelists: Peony Fhagen, Senior Associate Dean, Equity, Inclusion, and Faculty Development, Colorado College; Mateo Muñoz, Assistant Provost, Budget and Strategic Planning, Colorado College; Rufus Glasper, President and CEO, League for Innovation in the Community College; Jim Hundrieser, Vice President, Consulting Services, NACUBO