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1 CALS 8/22/13 Shane Burgess, Vice Provost & Dean 1

2 Recent history 2

3 Total Effective Rate of Perm Cut Total Effective Rate of Temp Cut Total Acad. units:9.49%10.30% Total Exp. stations:6.73%9.20% Total county CES units:5.72%7.65% Total other units:3.73%5.01% CALS TOTAL 8.69%10.47% CALS Data for FY13 Budget Reduction (perm budget data as of 7/1/12) 1. CALS was in deficit and any money gained in retirements/other departures went straight back to provost office. 2. Then we had to make the cut. 3. Credit given to units (optimized by all funds budgeting for key areas). 4. But CALS still needed to cut $115,552 and this was distributed to those units that had not contributed by RIF. But no single unit had to take 8.69% cash out of its budget. Budget Cut and Remove Deficit 3

4 FY1213 CALS central57%52% Units43%48% 4

5 “…2012 was just foreshadowing the difficult financial future that public colleges will continue to face”. “….the data over all put public colleges on a path to economic oblivion”. “…political pressure to limit tuition increases and little expectation for big improvements in state spending mean that public colleges will have to continue to cut costs for the foreseeable future…” 5

6 Today 6

7 $30,000,000 $35,000,000 $40,000,000 $45,000,000 $50,000,000 $55,000,000 $60,000,000 $65,000,000 $70,000,000 $75,000, CALS perm base budget Absolute Adjusted for inflation Despite the additional money provided in pay rises we are now -$39, 126 in spending power compared with FY13 Effect of salary increase 7

8 State base on salary FY00-FY14 86% of peak (FY08) 80% of peak (FY09) 81% of peak (FY09) 88% of peak (FY09) Research Extension Teaching FY Total T/C-track FTE # 8

9 ,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3, O Total Undergraduate Students $0 $10,000,000 $20,000,000 $30,000,000 $40,000,000 $50,000,000 $60,000, O State Permanent Base dollars 14 9

10 O #s T/C track faculty and Appointed Professionals No. FY 10

11 -$1,500,000 -$1,000,000 -$500,000 $0 $500,000 $1,000,000 College-level permanent salary dollars projections FY13FY14FY15FY16FY17FY18 At Jan 2012 At June

12 12 7/1/2013 Projections for CALS college-level permanent salary dollars

13 FY14 Hiring 13

14 SPFI Schlinger Foundation match Environment Initiative USGS match FY14: $431,309 prior salary commitments ACBS Entomology SNRE SWES 14

15 FY14-17: $823,259 prior salary commitments ACBS ENTO FCS Nutritional Sci Plant Sci SNRE SWES 15

16 Initial Salary requests from Unit Heads after working with ADs = $1.6 M Amount of salary available = $340K FY14 Hires IN ADDITION to those already committed 16 Most CRITICAL or EXCEPTIONAL

17 College-level temporary commitments 17

18 1. The majority of temporary commitments are now in faculty start-up costs. 2. We cannot go negative; the money has to come from somewhere within the greater college. 7/1/2013 Projections for CALS college-level temporary/operating dollars 18

19 faculty/other appointed salaries 21.30% staff 7.74% graduate students 12.39% undergrad students 1.08% operations/travel/ capital investments 19.78% Startup 37.71% Distribution of Temporary Commitments 19

20 UA Strategic Planning and plan implementation how this affects us. 20 Assigning metrics (Phase IV) Tracking achievement (Phase V)

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24 Strategic Planning Phase IV 24

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26 CALS’ TARGETS TO HELP UA MEET ABOR METRICS: SEE CALS STRATEGIC PLAN PAGE 6 26

27 ABE AREC AGED ACBS ENTO FCS NS PLANT SCI SNRE SWES 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 0%5%10%15%20%25% % of Total Perm Instruction Base Funding % of CALS Undergraduate Majors enrolled 27

28 % of Total Perm Research Base Funding % FY13 Research (all sponsored) expenditures (excluding IDC) ABE AREC AGED ACBS ENTO FCS NS PS SNRE SWES 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 5%10%15%20%25% 28

29 Efficiency, effectiveness, innovation Business centers Quarterly Budget Models. 29

30 RCM2 ………will work for us if we are doing the right things well. I’ve lived through some terrible things in my life, some of which actually happened. Mark Twain 30


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