2006 Archives

January 24, 2006

April 12th, 2011 by JJ

24 January 2006

Present: Mathis, Hage, Levy, Shen, Landry, Boggess, Staples, Petz, Sparks, Crangle, Huckins, Bernier.

Bill reviewed our position in month 7 of FY06. Non-resident tuition is down although resident tuition numbers are good. A small number of students can affect our revenue significantly. Grad tuition is up over last year, especially their out-of-state population. We will probably under-spend our financial aid budget because our out-of-state students are generally a wealthier group than in the past.

February 14, 2006

April 12th, 2011 by JJ

14 February 2006

Present: Staples, Fahey, Landry, Shen, Boggess, Thurston, Mathis, Levy, Cocchiarella, Stone, Crangle, Sparks, Petz, Huckins, Moore.

FBRC report -Alice:
Gene Fahey met with the FBRC to talk about admissions issues. We are targeting a 50/50 mix of resident and non-resident admissions, and we are at 43% non-resident now. This is a very important initiative, one that the cabinet is very strongly encouraging. While non-resident applications are high, not all of them enroll.

March 14, 2006

April 12th, 2011 by JJ

14 March 2006

Present: Crangle, Sparks, Cocchiarella, Staples, Fahey, Landry, Thurston, Levy, Shen, Boggess, Bernier, Hage, Huckins, Petz.

Alice gave the FBRC report; they are currently working on a student recruitment study that could give prove valuable in how to recruit more out-of-state students and with retention.

Julie Bernier gave a short update on the new Frost School of Continuing and Professional Studies, otherwise known as the evening division. She distributed an informational handout about the school, which will blend online and on-site instruction.

March 28, 2006

April 12th, 2011 by JJ

28 March 2006

Present: Crangle, Cocchiarella, Fahey, Landry, Levy, Hage, Petz, Sparks, Thurston.

Bill distributed a packet of USNH strategic indicators. The board of trustees wanted a smaller set of indicators that could realistically drive decisions. The board will have another discussion on the resulting eighteen indicators on April 20 at PSU. After explaining the format of the document and some minor discussion of several indicators, Bill focused for this meeting on the financial indicators.

April 11, 2006

April 12th, 2011 by JJ

11 April 2006

Present: Sparks, Cocchiarella, Thurston, Huckins, Staples, Boggess, Fahey, Landry, Levy, Moore, Hage.

Alice reported that the FBRC recently sent out to department heads a small survey regarding departmental recruitment efforts. As those results are returning, the committee will meet on Thursday to talk about that and the governance report from the exec council.

May 9, 2006

April 12th, 2011 by JJ

9 May 2006

Present: Sparks, Petz, Crangle, Staples, Thurston, Fahey, Dauer, Landry, Shen, Boggess, Levy, Moore.

Introductions were made for the benefit of Linda Dauer, who joins this committee and the financial affairs division in a new position as the director of budget and financial planning under Bill Crangle.

Bill spent most of the meeting reviewing the current status of the ’06 budget and the budget prep process for FY07.

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