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The Money. Spring 2011. Winter 2011. Budget: $37,679 Forecasted: $50,738 Requested: $37,964 Allocated: $35,251 (93 percent of requested dollars) Spent: $31,951(91 percent of allocated dollars) Roll over to Spring 2011: $3,655.21. Spring 2011. Total Budget: $41,378.93

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The money

The Money

Spring 2011


Winter 2011
Winter 2011

  • Budget: $37,679

  • Forecasted: $50,738

  • Requested: $37,964

  • Allocated: $35,251 (93 percent of requested dollars)

  • Spent: $31,951(91 percent of allocated dollars)

  • Roll over to Spring 2011: $3,655.21


Spring 2011
Spring 2011

  • Total Budget: $41,378.93

  • Current Spring Budget: $32,767.44

  • Gift Fund: $1,500.00

  • Forecasted: $50,364.48


Spring 2011 forecast
Spring 2011 Forecast

Cultural Food

T-Shirts

Non-cultural Food

Club Sports Equip.

Other

Off Campus Events

Speakers



Fpc s spring 2011 approach
FPC’s Spring 2011 Approach

  • Don’t fund T-Shirts (total $1,207.50)

  • Don’t fund Lodging Expenses (total $3,685.00)

  • Don’t fund Travel Expenses (total $3,188.20)

  • Don’t fund non-essential food (total $1,614.00)

  • Projected Requests: $40,668.78


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