How Public-Private Partnerships Can Benefit Your Campus
There was a time when colleges and universities handled almost all the functions necessary to enroll, educate, and graduate students. As financial and political pressures mount, more schools want to focus on the academic core – teaching and research – and transfer much of the rest of their operations to specialized businesses. The result is a complex relationship between colleges and companies, and it’s quickly growing more common: the public-private partnership, or P3.
The Chronicle issue brief, The Outsourced University: How Public-Private Partnerships Can Benefit Your Campus, is an all-in-one primer on P3s. Whether your goal is to get up to speed on industry trends, consult a roadmap for procuring partnerships that facilitate growth and efficiency, or hear from experts who have shepherded deals in the past, this issue brief aims to tell college leaders how to begin.
Purchase your copy and learn how to:
- Assess whether a P3 arrangement is right for your campus
- Determine the appropriate campus services for a P3
- Identify the right partner for your institution and needs
- Avoid common pitfalls through case studies from institutions across the country
Date: April 2019
Digital File Size: 2.5 MB
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