February 1st, 2012
Brad Markley, director of facility services, outlines for the Jan. 2012 issue of University Business the creative ways Messiah College is tackling expenses by reducing energy usage. He cites the construction of the solar thermal panels on North Complex and the implementation of energy efficient lighting in the dining hall and gymnasium as primary examples of how Messiah has helped offset rising utility expenses.
Read “The Other Side of the Budget Equation.”
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December 20th, 2011
Standard & Poor’s Rating Services has affirmed its ‘A’ long-term rating on the bonds issued for Messiah College.
The ‘A’ rating reflects S&P’s assessment of the College based on several factors, including consistent, positive operating performance on a full accrual basis; strong financial resources for the rating category; below average maximum annual debt service; stable enrollment and good demand; and a history of successful fundraising.
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