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The Capital Campaign in Higher Education: A Practical Guide for College and University Advancement e-book

Author:

G. David Gearhart

Language:

English

Category:

Teaching

Subcategory:

Higher & Continuing Education

ePub size:

1589 kb

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Rating:

4.4

Publisher:

Natl Assn of College & Univ (January 1, 1995)

Pages:

220

ISBN:

0915164981

The Capital Campaign in Higher Education: A Practical Guide for College and University Advancement e-book

by G. David Gearhart


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Chapter 2 offers some historical background of development programs, and discusses selection of a campaign counsel, the campaign case statement, and feasibility studies. Chapters 3 and 4 cover the creation of a campaign organization, and the role of volunteers and the external campaign organization.

Imprint National Association of College and University Bus. Publication City/Country Washington, United States. ISBN13 9780915164981. Categories: Funding Of Education & Student Finance. Funding Of Education & Student Finance.

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ISBN 13: 9780915164981. As tuition rises faster than the Consumer Price Index and legislative appropriations continue to dwindle in state after state, both public and independent institutions are turning to philanthropic support to maintain and strengthen their academic missions.

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David Gearhart served as Senior Vice President for Development and University Relations at Penn State from 1985 to 1995. During that time, he was responsible for public relations, alumni relations and fund-raising for the University and the division he headed won an unprecedented three Grand Gold Medals from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.

5th Chancellor of the University of Arkansas.

A Guide to College and University Budgeting: Foundations for Institutional .

Larry Goldstein is president of Campus Strategies, a higher education management consulting firm. His campus experience includes more than 20 years in higher education financial administration, including positions with The University of Chicago, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and the University of Virginia.

This book provides a practical summary of the major elements of planning and conducting capital campaigns for colleges and universities. As tuition rises faster than the Consumer Price Index and legislative appropriations continue to dwindle in state after state, both public and independent institutions are turning to philanthropic support to maintain and strengthen their academic missions. The only way to garner these critical private dollars on a large scale is to establish an efficient and aggressive development program, staffed with dedicated, knowledgeable professionals. It is for these professionals-both veterans as well as beginners that this hook is primarily intended. However, development professionals need to involve all of the administration in a far-reaching campaign-and, accordingly, administrators need to know the institution-wide aspects of a capital campaign. This book, then, also addresses the broader aspects of development, and as such is also for presidents, governing boards, and business officers. There can be little doubt that capital campaigns are increasingly prominent, and they are likely to gain even more visibility in the future. In fact, they are even becoming prevalent on an international basis. One needs only to cite the recent wave of capital campaigns in the United Kingdom and, in particular, the dramatic success of the Campaign for Oxford. Indeed, the capital campaign has become so entrenched at colleges and universities that academic administrators, alumni association officers, faculty, and even volunteers and prospective donors are likely to be affected in one way or another at a participating institution. It is for these groups also that this book has been prepared. The goal of this book is to present practical information in a simple, easy-to-absorb manner. The chapters form a blueprint of the organization, staffing, and implementation of major fund-raising efforts in higher education.

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