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Campus Recreation Advisory Board October 26, 2012 CAMPUS RECREATION FY 14 BUDGET PROPOSAL.

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1 Campus Recreation Advisory Board October 26, 2012 CAMPUS RECREATION FY 14 BUDGET PROPOSAL

2 CAMPUS RECREATION ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

3 Department of Campus Recreation $ 1, 588,152 Administration $ 604,183 Salaries $445,093 Department wide expenses 97,400 Chargebacks $17,500 Travel $19,770 Department Software $24,420 Facility Operations $ 662,257 Aquatics Center $ 52,000 Rec Center and ROC $260,994 South Village Pool $130,928 Waterfront $218,335 Programs $ 373,712 Fitness $80,833 Intramural Sports $144,321 Outdoor Pursuits $55,392 Special Events $49,788 Sport Clubs $43,378 HOW A&S DOLLARS BREAK DOWN

4 WHAT’S NEW FOR

5  Housing & Residence Life is paying for construction  Campus Recreation will manage the pool  Scheduled to begin construction in Spring 2013  Recreation pool (ie: NO SWIM TEAMS!)  Focus on the students  Generate revenue for Campus Recreation SOUTH VILLAGE POOL

6  Aquatics Coordinator for SoVi Pool & Waterfront  Position currently funded through Auxiliary funds  Expansion in programming & facility space  Intramural Sports Coordinator  Large program  Save $20-25,000 in OPS wages  Allows AD- Programs to focus on bigger picture 2 PROPOSED POSITIONS

7  Office Modular Rental  Notified in July we must pay for office space  Replacing current modular for larger model  Become the “Administrative Offices”  More space in Rec Center for program areas  Department Software  Save money  Generate more revenue  Collect accurate data  Improved customer service OPERATIONAL EXPENSES

8 Suzanne Ries Assistant Director FACILITY OPERATIONS

9  OPS Wages  Change in hours from to  Affected both the Rec Center and the Waterfront OPS HIGHLIGHTS

10  Operating Expenses  Rec Center/ROC:  Plate Loaded Equipment  Security Cameras  Strength & Cardio Equipment Maintenance  Group Fitness Studio Flooring  ROC Maintenance  Waterfront  Security Cameras  Boat Repairs and Maintenance  Sand  Rescue Boat Upgrades OPERATING EXPENSE HIGHLIGHTS

11  Capital Expenses  Rec Center/ROC  Cardio Equipment  Waterfront  Motorized Boat CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS

12 Robbie Bell Assistant Director PROGRAMS

13  OPS Wages - Outdoor Pursuits- More Eagle Challenge Course Groups and an overall growing program - Sport Clubs- Increase due request for an intern OPS HIGHLIGHTS

14  Operating Expenses - Outdoor Pursuits- New equipment for the Eagle Challenge Course and new bikes for our bike rental program - Fitness- Eight new spin bikes for Group Exercise classes - Intramurals- Replacement equipment - Sport Clubs- EMT and trainers for clubs OPERATING EXPENSE HIGHLIGHTS

15  Capital Expenses - Gator vehicle- the primary use for this would be for Intramurals, however, our clubs would also use this for games as would our other programs. - This would also be used at the Waterfront and ROC to drag the beach and sand volleyball courts CAPITAL PURCHASE

16 QUESTIONS & FEEDBACK


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