Category Archives: Rate and Funding Models

Dean Oyama and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to Present at 40th Annual ACUTA Conference

The Challenge of a New Rate and Funding Model at Illinois” will be presented by Beth Scheid and Dean Oyama on Tuesday, April 5, 2011, at the 40th Annual ACUTA Conference, held in Orlando, Florida.  Beth Scheid, Associate Director, CITES-University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Dean Oyama, WTC Consulting, Inc.  This presentation will describe how Illinois worked with WTC to create an FTE-based funding model based on bundling services, how they determined what was included in the service bundle, and how they acquired buy-in from the campus community to implement this new rate plan in a research university environment. 

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Not All Rate and Funding Models are Created Equal

Did you know there is more than a half a dozen Rate & Funding Model options?  Besides the more popular FTE Model, the Deregulated Model, the Recharge Model, and the centralized funding option, there’s also the Overhead, the Utility, the Tiered, the Per Capita, the Econometric, the Combination, and more.  With all these different alternatives, how are you to know which model best suits the needs of your university.  Here at WTC we specialize in such areas.  We have worked with more than 40 colleges and universities to aid in the development of the right Model for their campus. 

Visit our website, to take a look at some of our client profiles and read about how WTC Consulting, Inc. has helped each university with their Modeling needs.

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