Make more informed decisions on how to proceed with activity-based costing on your campus.
Learn practical ways to prepare your institution for an activity-based costing (ABC) model. During this training, we will walk you through how this model works, ways to assess your readiness to make this shift, and key considerations for the implementation process. You will leave better prepared to answer questions such as:
Our expert instructor has built an ABC teaching model in Excel using scalable sample data so that you can practice what the model will look like at your institution. This resource is yours to keep and use as a guideline for developing a thorough understanding of what adoption of this model entails.
You will also receive a preparation tool kit with easy to implement resources, including:
This training is designed for senior academic administrators, financial officers, and institutional researchers interested in data-informed decision-making. Attendees will leave with the ability to make more informed decisions on how to proceed with ABC on their campus.
Recommended CPE Credits: 2.0Program Field of Study: FinanceDelivery Method: Group-InternetPrerequisites: NoneProgram Level: Basic
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to make more informed decisions on how to proceed with activity-based costing on your campus.
In his current role, Mark provides high-level, analytically-based and data-driven advice to leadership at all levels, as well as leadership and oversight to the planning, assessment, accreditation, and institutional research activities of the university.
Prior to joining NYIT in 2016, Hampton served as Vice President for Finance and Administration at Washington College in Chestertown, Md., where he oversaw all finances, technology, facilities, human resources, and business operations. Prior to that, he served as Assistant Vice President for Budget and Financial Planning at the University of Virginia, where he directed the development and implementation of its Academic Division’s operating and capital budgets, and helped lead efforts to develop a new activity-based internal financial model.
Hampton has also held strategic planning, institutional research, and faculty positions at the University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, and the University of Utah. In addition, he has served as a board member for several organizations and foundations.
Hampton holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership and Policy, a Master of Statistics in Mathematics, and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from the University of Utah.
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