Budget Impacts

  A 22 percent cut in General Fund 
 appropriations (effective 3/1/2010) 
equates to a $37 million cut in ...
Budget Impacts

              Cumulative Impacts for Fiscal Year 2010
              Cumulative Impacts for Fiscal Year 201...
Budget Impacts


Cumulative Impacts for Fiscal Year 2011
                      General Fund Appropriations 
              ...
Budget Impacts To Date
 Actions Already Taken (since FY 2008)
 Actions Already Taken (since FY 2008)
   Programs eliminate...
Budget Impacts To Date

  Our institutions are changing and not for the better.  
 In years to come we will see the dramat...
Budget Cut Options
          Statewide budget reductions of
          Statewide budget reductions of
      $110 million an...
Budget Cut Options

    $110 million cut through pay reductions, 
    $110 million cut through pay reductions
   furloughs...
Financial Exigency


 All of the previously 
 All of the previously
 mentioned scenarios 
  would require the 
   Board of...
Budget Cut Options

Fill the $110 million Cut with Student Fees:
         $
                         2010‐11 
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Budget Cut Options

Presidential Projections if Institutions take 
Presidential Projections if Institutions take
$110 mill...
Budget Cut Options

 Presidential Projections if Institutions take 
 Presidential Projections if Institutions take
 $110 m...
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Gibbons Proposed Education Cuts In Perspective

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Nevada's education system consistently ranks at or near the bottom for quality and results. Now Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons is proposing a cut of 22% from the state budget, including education.

Here is an analysis of what impact these kinds of drastic cuts could happen.

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Gibbons Proposed Education Cuts In Perspective

  1. 1. Budget Impacts A 22 percent cut in General Fund  appropriations (effective 3/1/2010)  equates to a $37 million cut in FY 2010  and a $110 million cut in FY 2011  for NSHE.   f NSHE Cutting NSHE budgets by an additional  Cutting NSHE budgets by an additional $110 million in FY 2011 would result in a  cumulative percent cut of 29.4 from  p FY 2009 Legislative approved amounts. 1
  2. 2. Budget Impacts Cumulative Impacts for Fiscal Year 2010 Cumulative Impacts for Fiscal Year 2010 General Fund Appropriations  Budgets for the current  FY2009 Actual  Actual fiscal year have already  fi l h l d FY2010 Percent Leg Approved Reduction been reduced 13.4% $683 million $91 million $592 million* ‐13.4% Potential  Additional cuts in this  FY2009 Additional  year could result in an  FY2010 Percent overall cut for FY2010 of  overall cut for FY2010 of Leg Approved L A d Reductions  Reductions at 22% 18.7 percent $683 million $38 million $556 million* ‐18.7% * Includes  $92 million in stimulus funds received under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 2
  3. 3. Budget Impacts Cumulative Impacts for Fiscal Year 2011 General Fund Appropriations  Potential FY2009 FY2011 Additional  Additi l FY2011 Percent Leg Approved Leg Approved Reduction  at 22% $683 $592  $592 $110  $110 $482  $482 ‐29.4% ‐29 4% million million* million million* * Includes  $92 million in stimulus funds received under the American Recovery and  $ Reinvestment Act of 2009 3
  4. 4. Budget Impacts To Date Actions Already Taken (since FY 2008) Actions Already Taken (since FY 2008) Programs eliminated; Centers and units closed; Hiring freezes and furloughs; and Facility maintenance deferred. Student Impacts  Fee increases & surcharges; Fee increases & surcharges; More students; Larger course sections; and g Most services for students reduced or                  eliminated. 4
  5. 5. Budget Impacts To Date Our institutions are changing and not for the better.   In years to come we will see the dramatic impacts of  these cuts in terms of fewer enrolled students, greater  time to degree for those student who are enrolled,  and further declining graduation rates – resulting in  d f h d li i d i li i long term impacts to our state’s economy.  We will not  meet the demands of employers in building the new  meet the demands of employers in building the new knowledge‐based economy Nevada needs to come  out of this recession. 5
  6. 6. Budget Cut Options Statewide budget reductions of Statewide budget reductions of $110 million annually could be met by: Scenario #1 Scenario #3 Close CSN Close NSC Close NSC Close GBC, TMCC, and WNC Close UNR Athletics Scenario #2 Close UNLV Athletics Close GBC Close the Agricultural Close TMCC Experiment Station (UNR) Close DRI Cl Close the Law School Close the Dental School Close the Medical School 6
  7. 7. Budget Cut Options $110 million cut through pay reductions,  $110 million cut through pay reductions furloughs and layoffs ‐ 3 difficult choices: Approximately 20 percent pay cut across the  Approximately 20 percent pay cut across the System;  At least an additional 5 furlough days per  At l t dditi l5f l hd month;  6 furlough days per month total 6 furlough days per month total Significant impact on productivity Net reduction in work hours to .74 FTE  Net reduction in work hours to .74 FTE At least an additional 1,290 layoffs. 7
  8. 8. Financial Exigency All of the previously  All of the previously mentioned scenarios  would require the  Board of Regents  Board of Regents to declare  financial exigency. 8
  9. 9. Budget Cut Options Fill the $110 million Cut with Student Fees: $ 2010‐11  Percent  Percent Approved New Rate Increase Reg Fee Universities ‐ $ $156.75* $ $232.09 48% undergrad d d Assumes  Universities – current  $239.50 ** $345.61 48% graduate enrollment  State College ll $113.25* $ * $167.68 $ 48% levels Community  $69.25* $102.53 48% Colleges *rate includes 2010‐11 surcharge of $14 for university (undergraduates  only), $10 for NSC , and $6.25 for community colleges (lower division) ** no surcharge for graduate students 9
  10. 10. Budget Cut Options Presidential Projections if Institutions take  Presidential Projections if Institutions take $110 million cut: Approximately 15,750 students unable to enroll  Approximately 15 750 students unable to enroll (14 % of fall 2009 students) Approximately 7,600 fewer FTE generated Decrease in Full Time faculty and staff of approximately 1025 10
  11. 11. Budget Cut Options Presidential Projections if Institutions take  Presidential Projections if Institutions take $110 million cut (continued): Elimination of operating, travel, student wages,  library support, closure of remote campuses  Elimination of about 70 academic programs, centers, and departments and departments Increase in Part‐Time instruction …. 11

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