2022 Top Risks Report: Insights for Higher Education
Why Read This
Each year, United Educators (UE) members share their institution’s most pressing risks in the Top Risk Survey. This year’s survey reveals the self-reported top risks across the UE higher education membership and notes changes over the past few years. Members also commented on the impact of employee retention and hiring on their ability to manage risk. Use this report to compare your institution’s risks against the UE membership.
- While Enrollment is the top risk again, Recruitment and Hiring jumped to become one of higher education’s top risks.
- Risks related to sexual misconduct, including Title IX, dropped relative to other risks.
- Many members report that the difficult labor market has affected their ability to manage risk.
About the Author
Senior Risk Management Consultant
Justin advises UE members as they develop risk mitigation tactics, prioritize risk management goals, and launch or refresh enterprise risk management (ERM) initiatives. He leads the Risk Management Premium Credit (RMPC) program and co-authored Risk Management: An Accountability Guide for University and College Boards. Prior to joining UE, Justin consulted with community college presidents and K-12 heads of school on strategic revenue challenges and worked in admissions at two private colleges in the Mid-Atlantic.
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