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1 Administration & Finance Committed to developing, improving, delivering and monitoring, in a customer- orientated, cost-effective manner, the resources and services of Ferris State University.

2 Administration & Finance

3 University-Wide Task Force Initiatives Accomplishments Banner Project Support WebCT Upgrade Project PC Replacement Wireless Networks Student Technology Assistant Program Classroom Renovation Project IRC Renovation & Addition project

4 University Administrative Services Accomplishments Finance Installed TouchNet Cashiering System Integrated TouchNet E-Bill (electronic billing) System with the Banner AR System Instituted Student Services Student Refund Procedure to encourage students to set up a direct deposit banking account for their financial aid refunds

5 University Administrative Services Accomplishments Finance Completed the first year end in Banner Finance with the successful production of the audited financial statements for the University and the Foundation Efficient Use of Banner Requisitions and PCard procurement methods University received a total of $195,293 in property and casualty dividends during the fiscal year

6 University Administrative Services Accomplishments Finance The Universitys overall insurance premium was almost 9% lower than that for the previous policy year Investments & Grants Foundation investment returns rank in top quartile

7 University Administrative Services Accomplishments Human Resources HR representation on University bargaining teams for the 2006 FSU-FFA and the Nurses collective bargaining processes Establishment of 457(B) retirement accounts Continued participation in the Michigan Universities Coalition on Health Employee Health/Safety training and programming

8 University Administrative Services Accomplishments Physical Plant Recycled 247 tons of paper Entered into a new four year contract with Wolverine Power Marketing Cooperative for electrical energy purchases which has resulted in total savings to date of $1.5 million dollars Physical Plant teams completed process mapping to identify and document tasks for each major physical plant function Installed barrier free equipment at 11 academic buildings and improved dining services for students with disabilities

9 University Administrative Services Accomplishments Information Services University Desktop Technology Services Technology Support & Communications Infrastructure Technology Enhancements

10 Academic and Student Services Accomplishments Information Services Student Technology Service Enhancements Physical Plant Completed Phase IV of the Cramer renovation project Constructed 42 new student parking spaces Copy Center moved to a new building with minimal interruption in service

11 Academic and Student Services Accomplishments Public Safety Parking Resource Management Program Police Cadets Criminal Offenses Continue to Decline

12 Academic and Student Services Accomplishments Auxiliary Enterprises Collaborative efforts resulted in the generation of a minimum of $75,000 scholarship external dollars a year for each of the next five years for the Varsity Athletic Program Jenny Irwin was one of nine finalists for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award Student-athlete G.P.A increased to 3.10 Womens Golf won the 2006 GLIAC Championship and finished 2nd in the nation in Division II

13 Academic and Student Services Accomplishments Auxiliary Enterprises Football student-athlete Mike Klobucher was honored as being an All-American as both a student and an athlete Partnered with the Graphic Arts Department to place printing equipment in the Swan Building press room so all services Provided an internship site for Printing and Imaging students

14 Academic and Student Services Accomplishments Auxiliary Enterprises Dining services received an overall customer satisfaction rating of 79.7% in Spring FY06 (up from 77.7% in Spring FY05) on departmentally developed customer satisfaction survey Increased voluntary meal plan revenue from $818,476 in FY05 to $1,115,082 in FY06, an increase of 36.2% Re-opened Westview Dining Fall Semester with a facelift Increased revenue from Quiznos Sub for Fall Semester to $216,247 in FY07, an increase of 14.1%

15 Academic and Student Services Accomplishments Auxiliary Enterprises Engaged the services of Porter Consulting and completed the development of a five-year comprehensive strategic master plan for Dining Services Katke Golf Course was awarded a 3 ½ star rating by Golf Digest

16 Academic and Student Services Accomplishments Auxiliary Enterprises Continued the Bulldogs in Action Program for Fall 2006 Completed conversion of Finch Court in West Campus Converted Masselink Hall as a suite hall living option on a pilot basis for Fall 2006

17 Academic and Student Services Accomplishments Auxiliary Enterprises Assisted 44 FSU Pell grant eligible families by providing over $60,000 in child care subsidies through the CCAMPIS (Child Care Assess Means Parents in School) Grant Utilized CCAMPIS funds to offer High Scope Math/Science training to Tots Place staff and staff from other area programs (Head Start, MSRP, Great Start, etc.)

18 University-Wide Task Force Initiatives Proposed Activities Support for Health & Wellness Initiative Complete campus wireless project for academic and administrative buildings Continue PC replacement for faculty and staff primary computers Support Academic Affairs in implementing FerrisConnect Banner Service & Support Classroom Renovation Project

19 University Administrative Services Proposed Activities Finance Improvement to Training to include creation and implementation of Computer Based Training Implementation of Extender – Imaging Solution which ties into Banner

20 University Administrative Services Proposed Activities Human Resources Support collective bargaining processes scheduled in FY07-08 (AFSCME and POLC) Implement People Admin software to support Banner HR and automate application process Develop liaison communication process (web presence) with the Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning to coordinate professional development activities

21 University Administrative Services Proposed Activities Physical Plant Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) Project Minor Capital Improvement Projects Housing & Dining Summer Projects Annual Deferred Maintenance Projects Annual Paving & Sidewalk Projects

22 University Administrative Services Proposed Activities Physical Plant Develop Athletic Facility Master Plan Replace synthetic track surface Investigate options for replacement of competitive turf playing surface in 2008 Investigate replacement of Ice Arena – Rink Ice Making Infrastructure

23 University Administrative Services Proposed Activities Information Services Continue to provide quality technology-based services and support Provide a robust, reliable and secure technology infrastructure Student Technology Service Enhancements

24 Academic and Student Services Proposed Activities Auxiliary Enterprises Raise external dollars to assist with athletic scholarships Continue developing summer camps

25 Academic and Student Services Proposed Activities Auxiliary Enterprises Pursue renovation of dining service facilities in Rankin Center and The Rock Café Pursue conversion of existing residential meal plan structure to an anytime dining meal plan program Explore opening full-service Starbucks licensed stores in the IRC/College of Business Connector and in the 24-hour area in FLITE

26 Student Support Services Proposed Activities Auxiliary Enterprises Assist University College with the opening of Puterbaugh Hall as an additional Honors Hall for Fall 2007 Continue to meet student demands for on- campus apartments by shifting West Campus Apartments to single student occupancy Pursue opportunities for providing students with increased apartment style living options on- campus.

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