Dustin Chapman, Dolly Duffy, Kelsey Smith, Jacob Hanselman<br />Athletics ASSESSMENT<br />
ISSUE<br />The University of New Orleans is faced with wide scale budget deficits across many departments. This has led to...
SWOT<br />STRENGTHS <br />Brand Name of New Orleans<br />Louisiana’s Largest City<br />Division I Facilities<br />Traditio...
SWOT<br />WEAKNESSES<br />Administrative Leadership<br />Dismal Student Support<br />Insufficient Fundraising<br />Budget ...
SWOT<br />OPPORTUNITIES<br />Large Port City<br />Tourist Destination<br />Untapped Athletic Resources<br />
SWOT<br />Threats<br />Over-Saturated Market<br />Additional Budget Cuts<br />
DIAGNOSIS<br />Budget Examination<br />$1 Million Deficit Each Year Post-Katrina<br />$2 Million Deficit This Year<br />$1...
DIAGNOSIS<br />Student Examination<br />Reduce Student Population Post-Katrina<br />Population Decline<br />Commuters<br /...
DIAGNOSIS<br />Leadership<br />Hierarchy<br />Mike Bujol Resignation<br />Lack of Information<br />
SOLUTIONS<br />Guaranteed Games<br />60% Non-Conference Games<br />Added Revenue<br />Potential Publicity<br />
SOLUTIONS<br />Restructure Department<br />Hire AD<br />Report to Intermediary<br />Fundraising<br />New Fundraising Arm<b...
SOLUTIONS<br />Refocus Recruiting<br />Restrict Budget<br />Focus on In-State and Surrounding Areas<br />In-State Recruits...
RECOMMENDATION<br />Recommend Division III<br />NCAA Waiver is Up<br />Add  5 sports<br />Budget up to $7 Million<br />Div...
CONCLUSION<br />Division I Athletics has Focused on “Spectator First.” <br />We conclude the University of New Orleans bec...
UNIVERSITY of NEW ORLEANS ATHLETICS ASSESSMENT <br />Dolly Duffy                   Tim Kelly<br />Jacob Hanselman   Andrew...
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  1. 1. Dustin Chapman, Dolly Duffy, Kelsey Smith, Jacob Hanselman<br />Athletics ASSESSMENT<br />
  2. 2. ISSUE<br />The University of New Orleans is faced with wide scale budget deficits across many departments. This has led to the re-examination of the Athletic Department and the importance to remain in Division I.<br />
  3. 3. SWOT<br />STRENGTHS <br />Brand Name of New Orleans<br />Louisiana’s Largest City<br />Division I Facilities<br />Tradition<br />
  4. 4. SWOT<br />WEAKNESSES<br />Administrative Leadership<br />Dismal Student Support<br />Insufficient Fundraising<br />Budget Cuts<br />
  5. 5. SWOT<br />OPPORTUNITIES<br />Large Port City<br />Tourist Destination<br />Untapped Athletic Resources<br />
  6. 6. SWOT<br />Threats<br />Over-Saturated Market<br />Additional Budget Cuts<br />
  7. 7. DIAGNOSIS<br />Budget Examination<br />$1 Million Deficit Each Year Post-Katrina<br />$2 Million Deficit This Year<br />$16.8 Million in Campus Wide Cuts<br />Must Add 5 Teams to Remain Division I<br />
  8. 8. DIAGNOSIS<br />Student Examination<br />Reduce Student Population Post-Katrina<br />Population Decline<br />Commuters<br />Attendance and Revenues<br />Student Referendum<br />
  9. 9. DIAGNOSIS<br />Leadership<br />Hierarchy<br />Mike Bujol Resignation<br />Lack of Information<br />
  10. 10. SOLUTIONS<br />Guaranteed Games<br />60% Non-Conference Games<br />Added Revenue<br />Potential Publicity<br />
  11. 11. SOLUTIONS<br />Restructure Department<br />Hire AD<br />Report to Intermediary<br />Fundraising<br />New Fundraising Arm<br />Target Alumni, Businesses, Wealthy Constituents<br />
  12. 12. SOLUTIONS<br />Refocus Recruiting<br />Restrict Budget<br />Focus on In-State and Surrounding Areas<br />In-State Recruits Require Less Scholarship Aid<br />Trickle Down into Tickets and Publicity<br />
  13. 13. RECOMMENDATION<br />Recommend Division III<br />NCAA Waiver is Up<br />Add 5 sports<br />Budget up to $7 Million<br />Division III<br />$2.6 Million Estimated Expenses<br />$2.89 Million Revenue (Student Fees and Foundation)<br />Develop Plan to Add Football<br />
  14. 14. CONCLUSION<br />Division I Athletics has Focused on “Spectator First.” <br />We conclude the University of New Orleans becomes what its reality has become, an institution that “places greater emphasis on internal constituency than on the general public and its entertainment needs.”<br />
  15. 15. UNIVERSITY of NEW ORLEANS ATHLETICS ASSESSMENT <br />Dolly Duffy Tim Kelly<br />Jacob Hanselman Andrew McGinnis<br />ISSUE<br />The University of New Orleans is faced with wide scale budget deficits across many departments. This had lead to the re-examination of the Athletic Department and the importance to remain in Division I.<br />DIAGNOSIS<br />RECOMMENDATION<br />SWOT<br />SOLUTIONS<br />NCAA WAIVER IS UP<br />Add 5 Sports<br />Budget up to $7 Million<br />DIVISION III<br />$2.6 Million Estimated Expenses<br />$2.89 Million Revenue (Student Fees and Foundation)<br />Develop Plan to Add Football<br />BUDGET EXAMINATION<br />$1 Million Deficit Each Year Post-Katrina<br />$2 Million Deficit This Year<br />$16.8 Million in Campus Wide Cuts<br />Must Add 5 Teams to Remain Division I<br />STUDENT EXAMINATION<br />Reduce Student Population Post-Katrina<br />Population Decline<br />Commuters<br />Attendance and Revenues<br />Student Referendum<br />LEADERSHIP<br />Hierarchy<br />Mike Bujol Resignation<br />Lack of Information<br />GUARANTEED GAMES<br />60% Non-Conference Games<br />Added Revenue<br />Potential Publicity<br />RESTRUCTURE <br />DEPARTME NT<br />Hire AD<br />Report to Intermediary<br />Fundraising<br />New Fundraising Arm<br />Target Alumni, Businesses, Wealthy Constituents<br />REFOCUS RECRUITING<br />Restrict Budget<br />Focus on In-State and Surrounding Areas<br />In-State Recruits Require Less Scholarship Aid<br />Trickle Down into Tickets and Publicity<br />STRENGTHS<br />Brand Name<br />Louisiana’s Largest City<br />Division I Facilities<br />Tradition<br />WEAKNESSES<br />Administrative Leadership<br />Dismal Student Support<br />Insufficient Fundraising<br />Budget Cuts<br />OPPORTUNITIES<br />Large Port City<br />Tourist Destination<br />Untapped Athletic Resources<br />THREATS<br />Over-Saturated Market<br />Additional Budget Cuts<br />We conclude the University of New Orleans becomes what its reality has become, an institution that “places greater emphasis on internal constituency than on the general public and its entertainment needs.”<br />CONSLUSION<br />
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