Work Plan for FY 02


Agenda Items




  1. Establish annual work plan
  2. Review FY01 actual results


  1. Review the annual work plan
  2. Continue review of FY01 actual results
  3. Review of budget issues for FY03


  1. Review budget model format
  2. Budget reports to campus – format and timing
  3. Summary of budget impact of new strategic plan
  4. Budget model categories – Capacity, Contribution and Service – part 1


  1. FY02 budget update
  2. Enrollment review and update of 5 year projection
  3. Budget model Categories– Capacity, Contrabution and Service – part 2


  1. Divisional strategic plans due to CBC & CPC
  2. Budget model categories– Capacity, Contribution and Service – part 3


  1. Staffing comparison with other institutions – Nick & Bill
  2. Update on FY03 budget model


  1. R&R, Capital budget and Deferred Maintenance


  1. Update on FY03 budget model


  1. Discussion of campus reserves


  1. Review Auxiliary fund budgets for FY03
  2. Update on FY03 budget model


  1. Prepare recommendations for Auxiliary fund budgets


  1. Balance Sheet Strategic Indicators
  2. Update on FY03 budget model


  1. FY02 budget update
  2. Enrollment review and update of 5-year projection
  3. Update on FY03 budget model


  1. Final recommendation of FY03 Budget to President






  1. Review of budget criteria for Biennial budget FY2004 & 5


1. Approve work plan for fall 2002

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