aFor several decades in America, athletic programs in colleges and universities received financial support and resources primarily from their respective schools and such sources as alumni and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). More recently, however, college coaches assigned to athletic departments and the presidents and marketing or public relations officials of schools organize, initiate, and participate in fund-raising campaigns and thus obtain a portion of revenue for their sports programs from local, regional and national businesses, and from other private donors, groups, and organizations. Because of this inflow of assets and financial capital, intercollegiate athletic budgets and types of sports expanded and in turn, these programs became increasingly important, popular, and reputable as revenue and cost centers within American schools of higher education.aaMichigan and Texas Universities, for example, had each upgraded their football stadiums by adding luxury suites and other types of preferred ... Meanwhile, other types of corporations that lease naming rights from schools operate in the financial credit, food, healthcare, ... the University of California-Berkeley plans to spend more than $474 million to renovate footballa#39;s Memorial Stadium and build a newanbsp;...
|Title||:||College Sports Inc.|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-10-24|