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UWF Budget Cuts 2009/10 Fiscal Year/ Sara Surber
 

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Informational presentation to explain the recent budget cuts to the university and what impact they would have on students, faculty and staff members.

Informational presentation to explain the recent budget cuts to the university and what impact they would have on students, faculty and staff members.

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    UWF Budget Cuts 2009/10 Fiscal Year/ Sara Surber UWF Budget Cuts 2009/10 Fiscal Year/ Sara Surber Presentation Transcript

    • University of West Florida Budget Cuts 2009/10
      Sara M. Surber
    • State of Florida in Economic Turmoil
      Unemployment increased by 137% in past 2 years
      Residential growth plateaued over last 3 years
      State revenue from retail sales down
    • Factors Contributing to Budget Cuts
      Area: Florida Area Type: Statewide State/Region/Division: Florida
      Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Databases
    • Factors Contributing to Budget Cuts
      Source: US Census Bureau, United States Dept. of Labor
    • Factors Contributing to Budget Cuts
    • Factors Contributing to Budget Cuts
      Revenue sources from taxable retail sales have continued to decline.
      Sales have decreased by $7 billion from July 2006 to July 2009.
      Economists estimate sales will decrease by another $1.2 billion by July 2010.
      Source: Florida Taxable Retail Sales, 1/90-7/09, SA
    • University Budget Adjustments
      UWF received a 9 percent reduction from state legislature.
      Administration made cuts strategically; not across the board.
      University received $4.5 million in non-recurring federal stimulus money.
      Utilizing stimulus money and making strategic cuts enabled UWF to plug the budget from 9 percent to 7 percent.
      Source: PresSpeech-090930-State_of_the_University_Address
    • University Budget Adjustments
      Source: PresSpeech-090930-State_of_the_University_Address
    • University Budget Adjustments
      Source: PresSpeech-090930-State_of_the_University_Address
    • University Budget Adjustments
      Ramifications of reductions :
      26 staff members were laid off
      Undergraduate tuition raised by 15 percent
      40 faculty members(instructors) quit
      More adjuncts were hired for direct instruction
      University launched visibility campaigns to grow and retain student body
    • Visibility Campaigns
      Creating Great Futures
      • Campaign launched September 25, 2007
      • Raised $37 million and counting to support scholarships, facilities, and programs
      Source: newsletter_spring2009
    • Visibility Campaigns
      Athletic Awareness Student Recruitment: Aug.-Nov. 2009
      -Launch: Sept. 21, 2009
      Spring Recruitment Campaign: Jan.-Apr. 2010
      -Launch : Jan. 20, 2010
      Summer Online Campaign: Feb.-Jun. 2010
      -Launch: Mar. 8, 2010
      Fall Recruitment Campaign: July-Oct. 2010
      -Launch: Sept. 15, 2010
    • Future Trends
      In 70s students covered one-third the cost of running the university through tuition and fees.
      In 80s state supplemented funding to higher education with the lottery.
      Currently students are providing only one-fourth of costs through tuition and fees while the lottery fails to generate enough funds.
      State is moving toward raising tuition to cover one-half of university expenses.
      Source: Thomas, B.PNJ, 2009
    • Future Trends
      State Support Tuition Increase
      Source: PresSpeech-090930-State_of_the_University Address
    • Overview