Todd Zywicki on University Administrative Budgets

The Federalist View Original Source

The Federalist – ICLE Academic Affiliate Todd Zywicki was quoted by The Federalist in a story about taxpayer support of university administrative expensed. You can read full piece here.

It is unclear where this excess administrative spending goes. As George Mason University law professor Todd Zywicki writes, “The interesting thing about the administrative bloat in higher education is, literally, nobody knows who all these people are or what they’re doing.” Schools increasingly fund positions with nebulous or vaguely defined titles, such as “student success manager” or “vibrant campus community coordinator.”