Budget, Enrollment, Prioritized Resource Requests


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  • Budget, Enrollment, Prioritized Resource Requests

    1. 1. 1 Budget, Enrollment, Prioritized Resource Requests LATTC Planning & Budget Committee Dr. Mary Gallagher & Dr. Bradley Vaden February 25, 2010
    2. 2. 2 2009-2010 Budget College Council Votes to: Reduce $500,000 to position college to balance 2009-2010 budget Offer Summer 2009 classes beginning June 29th No Winter classes except for grant funded Projected deficit (January 2010): -$510,605 District Allocates $1.5 million from reserves to LATTC Additional State Reductions - Faculty Part-time Office Hour and Equity: -$450,000
    3. 3. 3 2009-2010 Budget 2009-10 Expected Balance: +$600,000 2010-11 Expected Need above Budget is $500,000 2011-12 Expected Need above Budget is $500,000 Use of reserve from 2009-10 leaves a two-year deficit of -$400,000 One-time ARA funds: $435,000 Additional funds from General Fund to shore up Categoricals - $500,000
    4. 4. 4 2009-10 FTES Enrollment Targets Summer Spring Summer Fall 2009 Winter Total 2009/2 2010 2010/1 1,131 5,949 0 5,713 0 12,958 2009-10 Reduced Base Target: 12,043 2009-10 Reduced Base plus 2% Growth: 12,284
    5. 5. 5 Enrollment Management Plan Enrollment Management Subcommittee currently working on 1-year enrollment plan. This will be used for determining the College’s focus for Summer 2010/2 and all subsequent semesters and terms Five guiding principles Enhance learning and student success; Achieve optimal enrollments; Achieve market prominence and position LATTC as the institution of first choice for students; Support the academic mission of the College; Provide quality of services and improve processes.
    6. 6. 6 Enrollment Management Plan An Enrollment Management Tool will be used for enrollment planning. The tool includes data in the following areas: FTES Projection report Course Productivity Reports (FTES/FTEF for last 3 years) Low Enrolled Section Report Course Fill Pattern Report Cost per FTES Report (by discipline/cost center) Successful Course Completion and Retention Report
    7. 7. 7 Collegewide Strategic Plan Priorities Student Success Basic Skills Freshman Experience Program Assist Students in Transition to Job Placement Growth Bridges to Success Program Meeting the future needs of the community and business markets Expand alternative delivery of courses and support Marketing
    8. 8. 8 Collegewide Strategic Plan Priorities Community & Business Development LATTC Green Initiative Community Outreach/Satellite Programs Business Outreach/Mobile Classroom Program
    9. 9. 9 Prioritized Resource Request President College Council March 8 March 4, 2010 PBC Meeting • Review full Prioritized PBC Prioritization of March 4 Resource Request Resources Requests • If you would like to challenge a ranking, please contact Division Prioritization Completed Co-Chairs to be placed on agenda Dean Review Completed • Must submit your challenge in writing Department Prioritization Completed • Present challenge to PBC, which will vote on request Disciplines’ Unit Plans Completed
    10. 10. 10 Prioritized Resource Request Rank Request Unit Amount The American Culinary Federation (ACF) Education Culinary 1 Foundation requests that faculty be certified as Chefs by $10,200 Arts the ACF The Bridges to Success Center will enhance student Bridges to 2 success by streamlining and removing barriers to the $45,000 Success student registration process by having additional staff Maintain and distribute visually compelling and Public 3 $6,100 informational collateral items Relations Continue affiliation with outside agencies providing 4 DSPS $100,000 services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing 5 Sr. Network Specialist and Data Com Specialist MIS $100,000