PLANNING

CONVENE FULL ALABAMA HBCU CONSORTIUM PARTNERS  based on collective and individual assessment needs challenges, solutions, develop into strategic AL/HBCU Consortium planning challenges. Prepare to deliver a statewide AL/HBCU Assessment Manual with a series of 14 distinct HBCU assessment chapters that –        ID strengths weaknesses, opportunities, challenges of preservation and future development goals of each institution.             OUTLINE THE ISSUES

PROBLEM:                                                        SOLUTION:

HBCUs are almost always under-funded, mainly 'maintenance' institutions with antiquated infrastructure systems and few reserves; cost of operations is skyrocketing; attendance is down.          It's time for some serious group think.

"it's very simple,

together--             we must plan       to win"

STRATEGY
RESULTS

DEVELOP SCOPE FOR EXPERT TEAMS

Assess University Physical Plant with team of licensed/certified historians, accreditors, finance analysts, architects, preservationists, civil engineers, archival photography consultants and students to assess university physical plant. Identify capital needs of each college over the next 5-10 year projections; assess university curriculum alignment with innovation, technology and workforce development trends;

PROPOSE RECOMMENDATIONS TO PRESIDENTS WITH COST ESTIMATES & TIMELINES.

IDENTIFY SOURCES AND USES OF FUNDS/ FOR PRIORITIZED NEEDS EACH CAMPUS:

Assess and Prioritize HBCU projects with timelines, cost estimates and use seed money to ID sources and uses of funds to pay for assessed priority capital needs+ innovation technology needs of each college over the next 5-10-25 year projections. Assess federal, state, local funding streams as defined by values, assessment, costs, estimates, capacity, support and trends.                                              SEEK FUNDING AS A COLLECTIVE.

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