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2013-2014 Budget Study Session San Bernardino Community College District May 30, 2013.

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1 Budget Study Session San Bernardino Community College District May 30, 2013

2 Agenda What has happened since Comparing Governor’s May Revise, Senate & Assembly Subcommittee Proposals State Summary What does it mean for SBCCD? Board of Trustees Budget Directions

3 Agenda Strategic Issues Tentative Budget Assumptions Estimated Impact on enrollment Budget Year Estimates Estimated General Fund, Unrestricted Fund Balance Next steps Questions?

4 What Has Happened Since Prop 30 passes in November of 2012 Sales tax ends December 31, 2016 Income tax ends December 31, 2019 $10.8M of $67M Budget (16%) State revenues exceed projections by $4.5 billion Redevelopment agencies (RDAs) have been eliminated

5 Item Spending Level May Revise Senate Subcommittee Assembly Subcommittee Enrollment Growth1%1.63% (+0.63%) 2.2% (+1.1%) Cost-of-Living Adjustment 0%1.57% (+1.57%) Student Success (formerly Matric.) $49.2M$99.2M (+$50M) $113.4M (+$64.2) Online Education Platform $0$16.9M (+16.9M)$16.9M (+$16.9M) EOPS$73.6M $98.6M (+$25M)$134.1M (+$60.5M) CARE$9.3M $10.6M (+$1.3M)$9.3M DSPS$69.2M $94.2M (+$25M)$126.8M (+$57.6) Student Financial Aid Administration $0$67.5M (+$67.5M) $72.1M (+$72.1M) Foster Care Education Program $5.25M $5.34M (+90K) Comparing Governor’s May Revise, Senate & Assembly Subcommittee Proposals Source: Community College League of California 5/23/13

6 Item Spending Level May Revise Senate Subcommittee Assembly Subcommittee Student Success (MESA/Puente) $3.8M $6.3M (+$2.5M) Nursing Support$13.4M $22.4M (+$9M) Telecom/Tech$15.3M $15.5M Academic Senate$318,000 $415,000 (+97K)$474,000 (+$156K) Childcare Tax Bailout $3.3M $7.7M (+4.4M) Equal Employment Opportunity $767,000 $779,000 (+12K) Economic Development $22.9M $23.3M (+$400K) Apprenticeship$7.2M $15.5M (+$8.3M) Comparing Governor’s May Revise, Senate & Assembly Subcommittee Proposals Source: Community College League of California 5/23/13

7 Item Spending Level May Revise Senate Subcommittee Assembly Subcommittee Part-time Faculty Office Hours $3.5M $5.9M (+$2.4M)$7.2M (+$3.7M) Part-time Faculty Health Insurance $490,000 $820,000 (+$330K)$1M (+$510K) Part-time Faculty Compensation $24.9M $51.6M (+$26.7M) Transfer Education and Articulation $698,000 $1.4M (+$702K) Instructional Equipment $0 $12M (one-time funds) $0 Scheduled Maintenance $0 $12M (one-time funds) $0 Professional Development $0 $6M (one-time funds) $0 Comparing Governor’s May Revise, Senate & Assembly Subcommittee Proposals Source: Community College League of California 5/23/13

8 State Summary Apportionment increased  Growth up from 1% to an additional 1.63% - 2.2% ($89.4M - $122.6M)  COLA 1.57% ($87.5M)  Student Success ($50M – $64.2M) Categorical programs increased  Increases to ongoing programs  Possible one-time funds for instructional equipment, maintenance, and professional development

9 State Summary Adult education proposal withdrawn for 2 years Deferral buy downs accelerated ($180M plus $64.5M for for a total of $244.4M; $961M deferral down to $557.5M) Prop 39 funding Increased 90-Unit cap and census date policy proposal withdrawn Postpones proposal to require each student to complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid

10 What Does It Mean For SBCCD? Apportionment increased $2.8M – $3.4M  Growth up from 1% to an additional 1.63% - 2.2% ($1.1M - $1.5M)  COLA 1.57% ($1.1M)  Student Success ($600K – $800K) Categorical programs increased  Increases to ongoing programs  Possible one-time funds for instructional equipment, maintenance, and professional development

11 What Does It Mean For SBCCD? Deferrals reduced $3M; from $9.8 to $6.8M  reduced $2.2M  reduced additional $800K

12 Board of Trustees Budget Directions Balance the budget without the use of Fund Balance (Reserve) while maintaining a minimum Fund Balance of 15% (State minimum is 5%) Allocate funding through the district resource allocation model to support SBVC and CHC as comprehensive community colleges Increase student success and access Identify new or reallocated funds for strategic initiatives

13 Board of Trustees Budget Directions Maintain selective “hiring freeze” to provide strategic funding of priority needs Reorganize and reallocate resources where possible to increase efficiency and improve services Reduce expenditures that are not mission-critical Invest in projects that enhance the efficiency of district and college operations Continue the Measure M bond program based on facilities master plans

14 Board of Trustees Budget Directions Continue to develop external funding streams including grants, scholarships, and fundraising Maintain full funding for step and column increases Maintain 50% law ratios in staffing plans Honor collective bargaining agreements

15 Increase student success throughout SBCCD Increase student access and restore enrollment Make progress in having two comprehensive colleges for SBCCD CHC is scheduled to construct 80,000 additional square feet within the next 4 years. SBVC has near-term plans to replace and renovate existing facilities that do not increase the square footage of the campus Strategic Issues

16 Growth 1.75% COLA 1.5% Allocation Split 70/30 SBVC/CHC One-time 0.8% allocation (approximately $300,000) additional access funding from Fund Balance for CHC to address access, comprehensive college, and new construction strategic issues Tentative Budget Assumptions

17 Estimated Impact on Enrollment Description*Funded *Actual *Funded *Target FTES 13,312 13,45613,590 Sections/Classes 3,550 3,5883,624 Head Count 34,435 34,80435,153 * Estimate

18 Budget Year Estimates DescriptionAmount Structural Imbalance-$1,900,000 Step and Column Increases-$650,000 Increase in Medical and Dental-$1,000,000 Increased Grant Obligations-$60,000 Increase 75 Sections-$300,000 5 Faculty and 3 Counselors-$400,000 SLO Increase-$200,000 COLA Increase$1,100,000 Growth Increase$1,100,000 Student Success$600,000 Select Hiring Freeze$600,000 Energy Savings$175,000 KVCR Savings$300,000 Net Excess/(Liability) for $635,000

19 Estimated General Fund, Unrestricted Fund Balance DescriptionAmount Beginning Fund Balance, July 1, 2012$21,454,831 Revenues less Expenses-$600,000 Fund Balance Contribution$0 Projected Fund Balance, June 30, 2013$20,854,831 Fund Balance% of Budgeted Expenditures30.7% Fund Balance at 15% of Budgeted Exp.$10,200,000 Fund Balance at 5% of Budgeted Exp.$3,400,000 Deferrals$9,800,000

20 June 13, 2013: Present Tentative Budget to Board for adoption July: California budget enacted September 12, 2013: Present Final Budget to Board for adoption Keep Board informed Board meetings Chancellor’s Chat Other means as necessary Next Steps

21 Questions?


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