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When and Where
  • 2/14/2023 2:00 PM EST
  • 2/14/2023 2:45 PM EST
  • Online

Join this session to learn how the nature of the higher ed campus is becoming ever more linked to the built environment and how changes to program, technology, social experience, and resources will be critical to adapting the campus to an evolving customer profile with increasingly diverse community needs.

Series Description

Senior business leaders have long understood the significant financial scope of their physical campus, but the last several years have amplified the impact that those facilities and the facilities leadership can have on the student and faculty experience, research, and revenue. Daylight has been shed on how space, capital, and operating decisions can be critical to the campus’s capacity to serve mission and business imperatives that are evolving dramatically.

As former assumptions about the future continue to be challenged and unanticipated business circumstances emerge, new ways of measuring and analyzing the impact of facilities demands will be required to transition campuses to meet upcoming pedagogical, technological, social, and experiential evolutions.

This series on Facilities Stewardship engages active business leaders to share their insights on tools and techniques that they are using to understand, reimagine, and reinvest in the physical campus for the greatest benefit to the communities they serve.

This Partner Webcast Series is created by Gordian and offered free for members thanks to their generous support. 

This webcast and webcast materials (the “webcast”) are provided for general informational purposes only. The views expressed in the webcast are those of the webcast sponsor and/or individual speakers and not NACUBO. NACUBO does not necessarily endorse any information, views, products, or services discussed in the webcast.