How HBCUs Are Using Auxiliary Services in the New Working World
Date: August 05, 2020
Auxiliary services are a critical source of revenue, especially for HBCUs. With the pandemic causing much uncertainty around higher education's return to campus, these institutions are faced with financial threats and a lack of resources to keep their schools functioning. Fortunately, with state funding and the CARES Act, some can stay afloat, but they still need to think creatively about allocating funding and providing support services in a remote environment. In this interview, Peggy Valentine discusses auxiliary services, the important role they play for HBCUs, and how the virtual environment will inevitably reshape higher education's future.