Work Plan for FY 04

Work Plan for FY 2004

Date

Done

Agenda Items

 

 

 

9/9

X
X
X
X
X

  1. Elect a new chair and Executive Committee member.
  2. Review the Goals and Objectives of CBC.
  3. Establish annual work plan.
  4. Establish a starting time for committee.
  5. Review of final budget outcome for FY04.

9/23

X

  1. Review of FY03 actual budget results – all funds
  2. Report from FBRC

10/14

X

  1. Review of comparator institutions and initial indicators. Nick Mathis
  2. Report from FBRC

10/28

X

  1. Continued conversation about comparators
  2. Report from FBRC

11/25

X
X
X

  1. Review of enrollment data, Nick Mathis
  2. Trustee efficiency standards, Ginny Barry
  3. Report from FBRC

1/29

X
X

  1. Budget update from December
  2. FY 05 budget preparation review and discussion
  3. Report from FBRC

2/10

X

  1. Financial Aid
  2. Report from FBRC

2/24

X
X
X

X
X

  1. Review recommendations for Auxiliary fund budgets and student fees
  2. FY05  budget model for General fund
  3. Enrollment review and update of 5 year projection – institutional capacity
  4. Assessment of last two years’ recommendations
  5. Report from FBRC

3/9

X
X
X

  1. Enrollment review and update of 5-year projection
  2. Final R&R for FY05, Capital Budget  for FY06 & 07
  3. Report from FBRC

3/23

 

No meeting

4/13

 

  1. FY04 budget update
  2. FY 05 budget model – finalize recommendation submit to campus for review and comment.
  3. Report from FBRC

4/27

 

  1. Joint meeting with CPC & delivery of budget priorities for biennial budget
  2. FY 05 budget model – review public comments and approve final document for submission to president.
  3. Develop ideas for Budget Policy change discussion for next fall
  4. Report from FBRC
Date TBA
  1. Open Campus Meeting

5/11

 

  1. Develop ideas for long term financial plan for fall
  2. Report from FBRC

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