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  1. 2007-08 Budget Forum Charles W. Sorensen Chancellor UW-Stout

  2. Today’s Agenda • Governor’s Proposed Biennial Budget • UW-Stout’s Budget Process & Focus 2010 • Other Funded Priorities • Questions / Comments

  3. Governor’s Biennial Budget 2007-2009 • $225 million proposed GPR investment in Higher Ed • Governor’s proposal: • Hold tuition increases to about 4% • Increase financial aid by $44 million • Provide $21 million for growth agenda (Stout requested $1.2 million) • Provide $6.9 million in recruitment and retention funds • Capital budget is pending- Harvey Theatre renovation

  4. Governor’s Biennial Budget Other items of interest • Recruitment and retention funds- DOA will be more involved • Shorten health insurance eligibility from 6 months to 2 months • Provision for collective bargaining • $40 million statewide efficiency lapse- UW System will participate, but the amount is unknown • Veterans remissions- State will only fund increase amounts, not amounts paid out in previous years ($437,789 for Stout)

  5. Governor’s Biennial Budget Next Steps • Introduced as a Budget Bill • Review by Joint Finance Committee • Review by the Senate • Review by the Assembly • Back to the governor, who can veto all or part of it

  6. Curricular Incubation University Priorities • University Priorities are 2 year plans • Four new priorities initiated in fall 2006 • Six continuing priorities from fall 2005 • Over $1 million in one time funding, and $133,883 in base allocations for 2007-08 Polytechnic Global Society Internal Communication New Programs

  7. 2006-08 University Priority: New Programs Reach new markets and provide new programs through online learning, hybrid courses, programs and partnerships. Status: • GEM online will be launched fall 2007 • Strategic plan for outreach in progress • RFP for academic transformation project will be issued in spring 2007 Budget Actions: • $40,000 allocated for academic transformation project

  8. 2006-08 University Priority: Global Society Prepare students for a global society and work force Status: • Plan developed for incorporating global perspectives into experiential learning activities. Examples: international biotech semester, trans-Atlantic project in technical communication, student teaching abroad • Think Tank created to brainstorm ways to utilize technology to increase diversity • Team working on recommendations for how to develop a global-ready graduate Budget actions: • $12,500 for site development funds

  9. 2006-08 University Priority:Internal Communication Improve the effectiveness of internal communication. Status: • Planning for effectiveness audit of internal communication • Recommendations from Morale/Job Satisfaction Task Force implemented. Examples: Chancellor’s walk-arounds, signatures reduced on travel form Budget Actions: • Base allocation for University Communication Director • One-time funding for University writer

  10. 2006-08 University Priority: Polytechnic Reaffirm and build upon the historic strengths of UW-Stout’s mission. Shape and communicate Stout’s polytechnic identity. Develop an effective brand. Status: • Polytechnic steering committee has been established • A University-Wide Branding Initiative plan and process draft has been developed. Budget Actions: • $33,000 for marketing plan and initiatives

  11. 2005-07 University Priority:Curricular Incubation Center Create a curricular incubation center Status: • Eight programs received funding in 2005-06 • If funding is approved, applications for new curricular incubation center projects will be solicited Budget actions: • $25,000 allocated to identify new programs to incubate • Additional $50,000 requested from the Foundation board

  12. Other Funded Priorities • E-Scholar integration • $52,000 for Teaching and Learning Center Director • First Year Experience • $55,000 for peer mentor program, professional development and faculty grants • $25,000 for FYE coordinator • Results from Year 1 and 2 are being evaluated

  13. Other Funded Priorities continued • Enrollment Management- Modeling • $42,500 base funding for Math Laboratory • $49,650 for Writing Laboratory • Enrollment Management- Marketing • $750,000 for ad hoc hires to cover freshmen class (depending on enrollment)

  14. Questions? Comments? Thank you for your input!