I am at the Hardwick Day Summit on Enrollment and the Economy, observing and listening to a group of sophisticated and focused college leaders and enrollment specialists explore the trends and requirements of their craft. It is fascinating.
Later this morning I will speak with them on what part Income Sharing Agreements (equity based student funding) can have in helping schools shape the student body they want on terms that are economically viable for the school and most importantly are attractive to students.
Along the way in the slides I have made reference to documents and articles that are relevant to the discussion. The web links for those items are here.
Capitalism and Freedom
Investing in Human Capital
Investing in value, sharing risk: Financing higher education through Income Share Agreements
Lower the risk of investing in college with Income Share Agreements
How Income Share Agreements Could Play a Role in Higher Ed Financing
Back A Boiler
Human Equity? Regulating the New Income Share Agreements
Education Equity, Inc.
Student and Parent Perspectives on Higher Education Financing