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Open Budget Meeting 1. 2 State Appropriations Tuition & Fees Auxiliary Enterprises Major Repair & Renovation (MRR) Salaries and Wages Utilities Supplies.

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2 2 State Appropriations Tuition & Fees Auxiliary Enterprises Major Repair & Renovation (MRR) Salaries and Wages Utilities Supplies and Equipment Technology Facilities and Maintenance Public Safety Campus Activities and Services Capital funds can not be used to pay for salaries and wages State procurement guidelines must be followed Student fees must be used in conjunction with specific services Prudent fiscal management required for all sources State Appropriation will be change based on performance funding – baseline year New focus on Financial Ratios Economic conditions have a direct impact on our ability to collect the revenues necessary to satisfy the needs and obligations of the University UsesRestrictionsRealities CSU Foundation Endowments Scholarships Unrestricted Annual Giving Sponsored Programs Clayton State University Resources

3 Open Budget Meeting 3 STATE APPROPRIATION & TUITION TRENDS FY09-FY15 Fiscal Year State AppropriationTuition FY09$24,771,034$18,171,895 FY10$19,818,176$19,615,429 FY11$22,635,358$22,945,975 FY12$21,503,584$25,539,502 FY13$21,736,525$27,046,979 FY14$23,251,922$28,162,460 FY15$24,067,121$27,775,000

4 Open Budget Meeting 4 Progression/Retention Measured at 15, 30, 60 and 90 Hours Completion/Degrees Conferred – Certificates, Associates, Bachelor’s, Master’s, Specialist – Learning Support Completion – Transfers Out (Primarily Access Institutions) Potential Bonus Measures: – Strategic Initiatives – Critical Fields – Pass Rates Performance Funding Measures

5 Open Budget Meeting 5 Mandatory Fee ChartFY 2011FY 2012FY 2013FY 2014 Laker Card20 Technology57 Student Activity5060 Athletic135160 Health46 Parking34 Student Activity Center75 100 Categories that pay less/none: Distance Learning, eCore, Employees/TAP, Fayette County, Joint Enrolled, Main Campus - less than 3 hrs, Senior Citizens, WBSIT Total Students

6 Open Budget Meeting 6 $66,000

7 Open Budget Meeting 7 Revenue FY15 Budget State Appropriation 24,067,121 Tuition 27,775,000* Fees & Other General 6,124,750 Carry Forward Funds 832,500 58,799,371 Expenditures Updated current budget 57,785,021 Funding Available to Distribute 1,014,350 Required Funding Items added: University Contingency 250,000 Increase in software licenses 46,699 Faculty Promotions including benefits 84,745 Chiller NSB 350,000 Funding to renovate Lucy Huie Hall 160,000 Funding to renovate Dental Hygiene Clinic 233,000 Possible Funding for Merit Raises 378,896 1,503,340 Unresolved Issues** Salary Stressors including benefits 258,777 Litigation 20,000 Additional Student Assistant Funding 150,000 Additional funding for new Science Building 160,000 588,777 Left to Distribute (1,077,767) * Tuition will need to be reviewed for enrollment numbers ** Library renovations will be accomplished by utilizing the salary savings Includes current Salary, Benefits, Travel, & OS&E Increase TRS $154,843 Increase Health Insurance $177,645 Priority Positions Funded by BOR: Psychology-Lecturer $ 60,000 Academic Advisor $ 53,500

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9 Open Budget Meeting 9 Merit Salary Increase Salary and Administrative Policy The Board of Regents allocated to each institution funds to provide for salary increases for employees. Salary increases shall be awarded solely on merit with a range determined by the institution President. Institutions are permitted to augment state funds using other appropriate fund sources to create a salary pool. It is expected that individual merit salary increases will be reasonably distributed among employees based on the range determined by the institution President. Across the board increases are not permitted. Generally, merit increases for administrators whose salary is $100,000 or greater will be limited to 4%. Salary increases may exceed ten percent for employees exhibiting exceptionally meritorious performance; however, institutions must request prior approval from the Chancellor in writing of any merit increases exceeding ten percent. Additionally, the policy allows flexibility for institutions to make appropriate promotions or position reclassifications, special changes to recruit or retain employees, adjustments for targeted populations or adjustments to address market and compression issues. Such salary adjustments must be supported by appropriate documentation (e.g., market analysis or internal salary studies). Employees covered from other fund sources such as sponsored funds and auxiliary funds will be subject to the same policy requirements noted above and must be paid from the corresponding fund source – not state funds. CSU amount—$249,552 from USG $69,787 from CSU Total 1% $319,339 (only funds for State funded positions)

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