They come into existence at some point, which needs to be explained.They have “normal” lives, the rules of which need to be explicated.This is because secular trends (slow, long-term increases in some systemic characteristic) push the curve slowly upward, as measured by some percentage of that characteristic in the system.Since 1952, the Memorial Union Building has stood as a memorial to fallen students, as well as a safe and comfortable spot to grab a cup of coffee or hunker down to study.Second, most assessments place the entire financial burden of capital improvements on current unit-owners instead of spreading it over the useful lives of those improvements.
And sometimes there simply isn't enough money up front to begin a project.
Institutions may not have immediate access to the entire amount needed for the project." The financial crisis in 2008 drove some of the major borrowing trends in higher education, notes Du Pont.
Since that time, she says, "issuers have become more conservative in what they do.
These are some of the most common reasons higher education leaders are looking for a little leverage to help them meet strategic goals and objectives, without totally disrupting their balance sheets. Du Pont, managing director at RBC Capital Markets' higher education finance group.
"Issuing debt becomes a mechanism for borrowing money and paying it back over time.
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