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school's strategic plan

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My instructor wants me to focus on any institution of higher learning/university for this...Pretend you are the board of directors for an institution of higher learning where you are in charge of developing the school's strategic plan and budget. Create sections under the headings below with ideas for discussion points regarding the following issues as they pertain to this school/institution.

Demographics
Affordability
Financial aid
Consortiums and collaborations
Intercollegiate athletics
Community involvement
Standards and accountability

Indicate where you are unable to find information at this stage and what further research is required.

List some questions you would ask.

Can you help me get this presentation /together with discussion? Thanks

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My instructor wants me to focus on any institution of higher learning/university for this...Pretend you are the board of directors for an institution of higher learning where you are in charge of developing the school's strategic plan and budget. Create sections under the headings below with ideas for discussion points regarding the following issues as they pertain to this school/institution.

Demographics

The demographics of the university are there are 1, 400 first year students, the gender break down is 52% male and 48% female. The percent of students that will require university/school aid 60%, percent of students identified as colored 51%. The ethnic diversity is Asian students, 20%, African Americans, 20%, Latino students 8% and Native American students 3%.

Affordability

It is expected that at least 70% of the students will not be able to afford the tuition, living costs, and related costs. It is expected that 70% of students will take some type of loan. The most popular will be student loans, parent loans, private student loans, and consolidation loan. Overall the student affordability of our programs is low. A large number of students are likely to apply for financial aid and student loans.

Financial aid

The percent of students that can afford education at the university from their own and family funds are 40%. Of the 60% that receive aid from the University, 18% ...

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This answer offers cogent arguments relating to school's strategic plan

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