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Podcast

Higher Ed Advisor: understanding the fiscal resiliency landscape and key considerations for higher education institutions

Welcome to Higher Ed Advisor, the Baker Tilly podcast series where we speak with higher education industry leaders from across the firm about practical and proactive guidance to help colleges and universities protect and enhance their value.

This podcast is the first episode in our fiscal resiliency series for higher education institutions.

The COVID-19 pandemic intensifies the struggle for colleges and universities to provide quality academic programming and achieve your institution’s mission within today’s fiscal constraints. In this episode, Baker Tilly’s higher education specialists discuss the current industry landscape and address key fiscal drivers to improve operations across all university functions.

Listen to our podcast to gain insight into the questions you have about becoming a fiscally resilient institution during this challenging time.

Meet the hosts: 

Raina Rose Tagle, CPA, CISA, CIA, Partner, Baker Tilly

Christine Smith, Managing Director, Baker Tilly

Higher Education Fiscal Resiliency Diagnostic

Higher education leaders continue to navigate the numerous challenges colleges and universities face in the wake of COVID-19. Baker Tilly's Higher Education Fiscal Resiliency Diagnostic is a free, beneficial tool that can help your institution recover from recent events, plan for future institutional sustainability and ensure fiscal and mission resilience.

Take the Fiscal Resiliency Diagnostic

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Resource center

Baker Tilly understands higher education institutions and how an unplanned event such as the COVID-19 outbreak can affect your organization and community. Visit our  Higher Education Coronavirus Resource Center  for additional tools and advice.

Contact us to continue the conversation

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