All types of higher education institutions have come to rely on some element of revenue diversification, and fundraising from private sources has become increasingly common and popular among community college presidents. Yet despite the growth in attention to fundraising, community colleges collectively only garner 2% of all philanthropic support to higher education. With the growing demand for private funds, community college presidents must understand how they are using their time for fundraising, and ultimately, the consequence of these fundraising efforts. The current study explored the time commitment of college presidents, finding that they spend as much as 30% of their workplace time each month on development related activities.
Gearhart, G. David and Miller, Michael T.
"Perspectives on Time Commitment to Fundraising by Community College Presidents,"
Journal of Research on the College President: Vol. 2
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jrcp/vol2/iss1/7