October 23, 2001

April 12th, 2011 by JJ

23 October 2001
7:30 – 8:50am

Present: Fogleman, Campbell, Mathis, Hage, DMoore, JMoore, Kent, Huckins, Wixson, Crangle, Ramsay, Freyhofer. Excused: McCahan, Barry, Fahey, Landry, Ayers.

Joining today’s meeting at the request of the Executive Committee were Terri Potter, Deb Cole, Gail Stone and Tim Keefe to talk about auxiliaries fund budget process and issues.

Terri Potter discussed the process for HUB budget development in the areas of staffing, operations and debt service. She provided an organizational chart and reviewed the various services provided by the HUB.

Tim Keefe discussed the operation of Residential Life and the dining program, and included an overview of PPOM, ASC, programs and services, and debt service for the HUB and Residential Life.

The committee also discussed marketing and enrollment issues related to all of these areas. The Auxiliaries will return to the CBC in January to present their recommendations for next year.

Nick distributed handouts from the WEB Factbook including headcount enrollment, headcount enrollment by status, and undergraduate matriculated headcount by class. These sheets can be found on the web at any time and are constantly updated.

Bill’s handout, Enrollment Forecast for Matriculated Students (tab 4), will be on the agenda for next meeting along with the email sent to Bill from Bruce Kominz. Also distributed was a budget projection for Res Life (tab 16).

The meeting adjourned at 8:50am. Next CBC meeting is Tuesday, November 13 at 7:30am in HUB 119.

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