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BSAC Annual Budget Analysis. Three issues discussed: Current Budget Investments in the Future Future Budgets A couple of things before starting: “Big Issues” UB’s plans. Budget and Enrollment. Two components of our budget: State allocation--BAP Model discussion

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    1. BSAC Annual Budget Analysis • Three issues discussed: • Current Budget • Investments in the Future • Future Budgets • A couple of things before starting: • “Big Issues” • UB’s plans

    2. Budget and Enrollment • Two components of our budget: • State allocation--BAP Model discussion • Enrollment main driving force • Tuition revenues • Enrollments drive overall budget • UB initiative is an opportunity for BSC • BSC’s “distinctiveness” • 75% of courses <30 students; taught by “Scholars in the classroom”

    3. Enrollment Target • Historically targets determined by F&M • Driven by finances: more students = more $ • EM and “Capacity Model” • Early “runs” estimate about 10,800 (?). • Determining capacity? Example--economics • Enrollment target—a “big issue” • BSC’s potential…. • New strategic planning process; A goal: Become the best comprehensive college in SUNY and most diverse. • This of course will take resources—outlook?

    4. Next Year’s Budget • Depends on who wins E-target discussion. • SUNY Budget proposal is ambitious • 65% full-time faculty is goal • State budget situation • $4-5 billion deficit projected • Issue: How to become “best” (and increase faculty) without increasing enrollment? • If State finances SUNY request, no problem; if not, how can we generate more resources? • “Game the BAP model”

    5. Other Funding—Efficiencies? • Faculty issues • 50% are the doers • Differential teaching loads 2. Cutting the bureaucracy • I was there…it can be done. 3. We need Transparency in Budget Allocation Process and how priorities are set. • Difficulty getting data to analyze where $ goes?

    6. Budget Allocation: where’s the $ go? • VP Area2001/022005/06%Change • AA $35,274.50 $38,740.50 9.8% (9.3) • FM $13,597.70 $15,286.40 12.4 • SA $ 2,503.70 $ 2,614.70 4.4 • IA $ 992.50 $ 1,030.70 3.8 • Pres $ 744.20 $ 798.60 7.3 • Total $53,112.60 $58,470.90 10.1 (Actual budget) $67,190.1 • Notes: • Budget allocations by vp area, not tot budget • Reorganization in 2006/07 (CIO) • Strategic Planning moved from Pres to AA

    7. Share of total allocation • VP Area2001/022005/06 • AA 66.4% 65.9% (-.5) • FM 25.6 26.1 (+.5) • SA 4.7 4.5 • IA 1.9 1.8 • Pres 1.41.8 100 100 • Note: Strategic Planning moved.

    8. Past two years • VP Area2006/072007/08%Change • AA $34,370.00 $38,350.90 11.6% • FM $12,664.40 $14,005.30 10.6 • IT $ 7,024.50 $ 7,190.80 2.4 • SA $ 5,983.9 $ 6,166.10 3.0 • IA $ 1,201.5 $ 1,540.6 28.2 • Pres $ 840.50 $ 876.90 4.3 • Total $62,084.80 $68,130.40 9.7 • Tot Bud $76,373.2 $80,191.40 5.0 • Note: State proportion 45% of total this year.

    9. Budget Priorities • How are priorities set? • Budget Priorities Task Force • Last year • This year • Strategic Planning Process • Put some meat in SP process. • Goal of 65% F-T fac. • How many over next 5 years? Cost? How to finance?

    10. Conclusion • UB’s plan gives us a chance to define who we are. • Senate needs to be involved in these “big issues.” (Enrollment target/Goal to be best!) • 17.5 more years…