posts tagged as Higher Education


By David Clark | August 30, 2021

It’s a Brand-New Day—College Athletics in the NIL Era

Effective July 1, 2021, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) adopted an interim policy lifting its prohibition on incoming and current student-athlete’s ability to profit from their name, image and likeness (NIL). read more


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | July 30, 2021

Higher Education in the U.S. – Rising Costs, Enrollment Challenges and the Need for Innovative Solutions

The higher education landscape has changed over the last few decades, with increasing concern regarding declining enrollment and institutions’ ability to drive revenue by attracting and retaining students at levels necessary to support... read more


By David Clark | May 03, 2021

What Higher Education Institutions Need to Know About Tuition Discounting

Universities and colleges in the U.S. are facing a challenging paradox. Over the past 20 years, tuition rates have increased a staggering amount, significantly outpacing inflation. For instance, the average tuition and fees for private... read more


By David Clark | July 06, 2020

Higher Education and COVID-19: Tips for Navigating Federal Relief Funding

When the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law on March 27, approximately $14 billion was earmarked to support post-secondary education students and institutions through the Higher Education... read more


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | June 17, 2020

New Data – Nonprofits, Benchmark Against Your Peers and Push Your Mission Forward

Facing unprecedented disruptions, the world is relying on nonprofits more than ever before. Now in its fourth year, our annual Nonprofit Standards benchmarking survey arms your organization with the metrics needed to gauge how you stack... read more


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | April 03, 2020

Andrea Wilson: How the CARES Act Can Help Nonprofits & Higher Education

While the programs and initiatives in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act are primarily intended to assist businesses, there are many programs nonprofits and higher education institutions can benefit from. As... read more


By Andrea Espinola Wilson | October 25, 2018

Funding Innovation in the Nonprofit Sector

Nonprofit leaders recognize the need to innovate, yet they operate in a resource-constrained reality. Many organizations are ensnared in the “starvation cycle” and are forced to consistently underfund critical infrastructure like... read more


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | September 14, 2018

Nonprofits' New Commuter Headache: Tax on Transportation Benefits

Does your tax-exempt organization provide transportation and parking benefits to employees? If so, you may have another commuter headache: a new tax. Under the tax reform law, many nonprofits that provide transportation and parking... read more


By Lee Klumpp | June 21, 2018

Are Grants Subject to Revenue Recognition?

Today, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued clarified guidance on accounting for contributions. To help nonprofits understand the changes, the Nonprofit Standard blog outlines a practical example of how to classify a... read more


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | March 29, 2018

Six Tax Reform Issues Impacting Nonprofit Organizations

The new tax law profoundly impacts tax-exempt organizations. What are the top six tax reform-related issues nonprofits will need to address? Find out in BDO’s latest Nonprofit Standard blog post. read more