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Non Tuition Revenue

This strategic initiative is important in further strengthening the University’s financial position by diversifying the sources of revenues and by providing long-term cost saving initiatives for the University.

The basic tenets of this initiative are comprised of:

  • Revenue Generation
  • Cost Savings
  • Customer Service

The Non-Tuition Revenue Committee membership includes representation from:

  • Treasurer’s Office
  • Conferences
  • Hartt Administration
  • Sports Center
  • Hillyer College
  • University Relations
  • University Programs
  • Procurement

The mission of this committee is to propose, on a fiscal year basis, opportunities to increase non-tuition revenue and review efficiencies within departments of the University for cost savings. The Treasurer’s office is soliciting ideas to increase non-tuition revenue and operating efficiencies that will generate cost savings. To submit your ideas, click on the form link "Revenue/Cost Savings" at left and you will be able to fill out and submit your ideas electronically. All submittals will be reviewed on a monthly basis with a response from the Treasurer’s Office or the Non-Tuition Revenue Committee.

The following are some examples of non-tuition revenue and cost savings:

Administrative Services

  • Ebilling – savings: postage, advertising and printing
  • Increase use of P-Cards
  • Cashless campus

Contracted Services

  • Maximize rental of University facilities
  • Expand food service
  • Increase fee-driven technology
  • Conferences

Customer Service

  • Increase payment options
  • Coinless laundry service
  • Coinless copy services
  • Increase food service to part-time students
  • Enhance websites for easier navigation with more information