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Budget Discussion presentation for Peralta Federation of Teachers\' Sept. 9 budget forum held at Laney College. Presentation highlights this years enrollment increase and budget decrease, and presents ...

Budget Discussion presentation for Peralta Federation of Teachers\' Sept. 9 budget forum held at Laney College. Presentation highlights this years enrollment increase and budget decrease, and presents possible budgets based on scenarios from state.
For more information, contact Associate Vice Chancellor Dr. Debbie Budd at dbudd@peralta.edu or PFT at union@pft160.org.
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    PFT Budget Presentation PFT Budget Presentation Presentation Transcript

    • Budget Discussion PFT Presentation September 9, 2009
    • 2% Scenario Adopted Budget
    • 2% Cuts
    • 2009-10 FTES Targets
      • We are projecting being funded up to only 19,100 FTES for 2009-10.
      • Our 2008-09 FTES was 20,300 resident FTES, we were funded for 19,800.
      • That is a reduction of 1,200 FTES over what we served in 2008-09
    • 2009-10 FTES Targets
    • 2008-2009 Fall Comparisons   Sections Students Class Enrollment Res FTES   F08 F09 #(+/-) %(+/-) F08 F09 #(+/-) %(+/-) F08 F09 #(+/-) %(+/-) F08 F09 #(+/-) %(+/-) Alameda 438 419 -19 -4% 6,297 7,633 1,336 21% 12,662 16,120 3,458 27% 1,576 1,829 253 16% Laney 960 970 10 1% 13,501 14,835 1,334 10% 32,509 37,215 4,706 14% 3,448 3,990 542 16% Merritt 502 434 -68 -14% 7,237 7,796 559 8% 15,042 16,599 1,557 10% 1,926 1,886 -40 -2% BCC 461 458 -3 -1% 6,373 7,422 1,049 16% 14,048 16,633 2,585 18% 1,582 1,812 230 15% District 2,361 2,281 -80 -3% 27,965 30,337 2,372 8% 74,261 86,567 12,306 17% 8,532 9,517 985 12%
    • FTES (Cont.)
      • College Productivity Targets have been set at:
      • 2009-10 2008-09
        • Alameda 16.5 15
        • Laney 17.3 16.5
        • Merritt 16.0 14.5
        • Berkeley 17.5 17.4
    • Productivity- How does it add up?
    • Per Campus as of Fall 2007 If: COA is 18 % of district enrollment BCC is 18% Laney is 43 % and Merritt is 21 % Then For each 1 point decrease of FTEF/FTES the additional cost or savings per college is: the percentage of $1,500,00 COA: $270,000 BCC: $270,000 Laney: $645,000 Merritt: $315,000 so when Merritt operates at 14.5 vs 17.5 it cost $1 Million more to produce the same FTES as at BCC
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    • Questions?