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Summer Revenue Share Models

Posted By Troy Hargrove, Wednesday, September 6, 2017

I am interested to learn how other institutions handle revenue sharing for the following:

  1. Summer college-credit courses
  2. Summer non-credit programs
  3. K-12 summer camps and academies

Thank you in advance for any information you can provide.

Tags:  revenue models  revenue share  summer 

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California State University, Sacramento says...
Posted Wednesday, September 6, 2017
Hi Troy.

The short version at CSU Sacramento is as follows:
1. The colleges are reimbursed for their offerings after ALL expenses have been covered.
2. No share because all summer non-credit programs are offered by their own home department or division. We do not currently bundle ourselves as one Sac State to the external world... YET.
3. Same as number 2.

Email me at jmurphy@csus.edu if you want to discuss in more detail.
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Alicia Spurlock says...
Posted Thursday, September 14, 2017
Revenue share is probably unique at every institution. At WKU, we distribute back to colleges and departments after summer is over (usually October). They are awarded based on student credit hour production and "efficiency" - that's an average tuition rate/amount spent on faculty stipends. The summer distribution is from credit courses only. We have an Outreach division distribution that is separate and encompasses all of our non-credit activities for an entire academic year.
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