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Budget Town Hall Meeting. July 28, 2009. Funding Comparison for CSULA. 1998/99 2009/10 General Fund Appropriation (2009 dollars) $130,000,000.00* $100,813,379.00

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funding comparison for csula
Funding Comparison for CSULA

1998/99 2009/10

General Fund Appropriation (2009 dollars) $130,000,000.00* $100,813,379.00

State University Fees (2009 dollars) $36,650,000.00** $77,784,000.00

FTES Target 14,085 17,000

General Fund Appropriation/FTE (2009 dollars) $9,230 $5,930

* $98,067,969.00 in 1998 dollars

** $27,693,864.00 in 1998 dollars

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CSULA Budget Reduction Impacts

  • FTE Resident Target Remains at 17,000 for 2009/10.
  • FTE Resident Target for 2010/11 is 15,385 – 9.5% Reduction.
  • No Financial Penalty for Falling Below the 2009/10 target of 17,000 – The campus intends to achieve 6% of the 2010/11 reduction in 2009/10.
  • 30% increase in the State University Fee beginning in the Fall.
  • Furloughs will begin in August for most of the bargaining units that have agreed to furloughs. Lay-off plans are being developed for bargaining units that have not agreed to furloughs.
  • In order to save as much operating costs as possible and to ensure the most efficient operations, the campus will begin administratively closing on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month beginning in August. Services will be similar to those offered on Saturdays. Most employees will be furloughed on those days unless operational needs require a different schedule or if a specific bargaining unit has not agreed to furloughs.
  • Even with the above actions, there is still a substantial funding shortfall.
2009 10 governor s july revise estimated impact to csula
2009/10 Governor's July Revise: Estimated Impact to CSULA
  • 2008-09 One-Time Reduction Made Permanent in 2009-10 $(3,062,000)
  • One-Time Reduction net of offset from Federal Stimulus (3,778,500)
  • May 2009 10% SUF Revenue increase net of Financial Aid 4,447,000
  • July Revise, General Fund Base Adjustments (28,997,500)
  • Projected 2009/10 Mandatory Costs (1,493,000)
  • July 2009 20% SUF Revenue increase net of Financial Aid 7,817,000
  • July 2009 10% Nonresident Tuition Revenue Increase 644,200
  • Unresolved Fiscal Impact $(24,422,800)
  • 24 Day Staff Furlough Savings (CY) 5,296,000
  • 18 Day Faculty (Unit 3) Furlough Savings (AY) 7,105,000
  • Reduction of 6% enrollment in 2009-10 4,000,000
  • Final Unresolved Fiscal Impact $(8,021,800)
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Reduce our FTE Target by 6% in 2009-10.

Administratively closing on Fridays will save utility costs.

Use our buildings more effectively by limiting the number of buildings that classes are scheduled in on Fridays and Saturdays.

All new position requests are being reviewed by the President to ensure critical need.

Process maps are being scrutinized to evaluate where efficiencies can be achieved.

Several vacant MPP positions will not be filled.

Resolving the Unresolved Difference

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Serve as many students as possible with quality instruction and related services.

Protect as many jobs as possible.

Preserve the university’s financial integrity.

Begin planning beyond 2009-10 Fiscal Year.

Position the campus strategically for the future.

Strict enforcement of campus deadlines.

Goals in Closing the Budget GAP