New Jersey Institute of Technology Enlists Collegiate Consulting to Revamp Athletic Strategic Plan
NEWARK, New Jersey (March 14, 2019) – Collegiate Consulting was recently retained to aid The New Jersey Institute of Technology in the development of their new athletic strategic plan, and were on campus in Newark conducting interviews with senior athletic staff, coaches and other key stakeholders the first week of March.
As the industry’s leading intercollegiate consulting service specializing in operational and feasibility studies, Collegiate Consulting will work with NJIT Athletics’ senior administration and coaching staff to create a detailed and focused strategic plan that encompasses the key goals, objectives and vision required to support and carry NJIT Athletics to success. Most importantly, this Athletic strategic plan will align with NJIT’s current 20/20 Vision as well as the upcoming 2025 institutional strategic plan.
“We are excited about the opportunity to work with NJIT,” stated managing director Russell Wright, “as one of the nation’s leading public science and technology universities with a recent history of growth in their athletics program, there is a tremendous potential for NJIT Athletics. I’m excited to see how our collaboration can help them achieve athletic success and continued growth.”
NJIT Athletics has grown significantly in the last twenty years, successfully reclassifying as a Division I program in 2009, and then becoming the eighth full member of the ASUN conference in 2015.
This is not the first time the two have worked together, a Collegiate Consulting has been providing financial reports to the athletic department for several years.
Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Collegiate Consulting is a comprehensive solutions-based intercollegiate consulting company focused on offering athletic departments, conferences, and associations a single-entity resource across an extensive platform of services. In the past 12 months, Collegiate Consulting completed 38 projects, including seven strategic plan initiatives like NJIT’s.