Tuition Consultation 2013-14
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Presented by Jessica Medearis
There may be a tuition freeze, but that shouldn't put students out in the cold when it comes to college budgets! In this session, learn how to make the most of the consultation process and develop a plan for your campus on fees, student services, and more.

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  • 1. WiFi information    Network: NCTC-GUEST Username: MSCSA PW: northlandguest
  • 2. Frozen! Budgets in the Time of Tuition Stability
  • 3. Why this year is different:    The system received $100 million in new money from the state First increase in appropriations since 2008 $78 million to FREEZE tuition for two years ◦ 2013-2014 ◦ 2014-2015
  • 4. Frozen! So why consult?  Fees matter  Where money is spent matters  Facilities matter  Planning matters
  • 5. How is budget set?   Annual process Restricted by: ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ State Appropriation Enrollment Personnel Cost of programming Chancellor Board action
  • 6. When is tuition set?   Follows the legislative calendar Board approves in summer
  • 7. What is required?      Student input Materials Q and A Discussion Consultation letter
  • 8. Challenges:    Revenue sources are restricted Funding per student still down Bargaining agreements ◦ $17 million one-time money  Other inflationary costs
  • 9. What you need to know:        Budget outlook Enrollment projections Cuts made/proposed Reserves Fee change scenarios Online rates Course/program differentials
  • 10. Best Practices:     Several meetings Ask questions, discuss as a senate Ask for scenarios Follow checklist
  • 11. Best Practices:     Consult early and often Know consultation policy Have a plan Ask why
  • 12. Timeline    Fall-April: Campus consultation Late April: Consultation letters due June: Board approval of operating budget, including tuition and fees
  • 13. The Letter       MUST comment on process MAY comment on the proposal Use your own words Be thoughtful, professional, and honest Share with others Ask for help
  • 14. Resources:   Toolkit MSCSA