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Proposed University Operating Budgets

Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2012

7/14/2011

July 14, 2011

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Central Michigan University is a strong institution and is committed to: • • • • •

Ensuring quality student learning Increasing retention and graduation rates Preparing students for success after graduation Increasing student financial aid Attracting and retaining highly talented, dedicated faculty/staff and students • Investing in future academic programs and capital projects

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2000-01 Appropriations Per Fiscal Year Equated Student (FYES) $12,000 $11,000 $10,000

$10,958 $9,674

$9,248

$9,000 $8,017 $8,000 $7,000 $6,000 $5,000 $4,000 $3,000 $2,000 $1,000 $0

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$6,931 $6,094 $5,228 $5,115

$4,788

$4,629 $4,617

$4,351

$4,305 $4,063

$3,808


2010-11 Appropriations Per Fiscal Year Equated Student (FYES) $10,000 $9,000

Same buying power as $2,867 in 2001

$8,000 $7,000 $6,000 $5,000 $4,000 $3,000 $2,000 $1,000 $0

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$3,658


Michigan Public Universities Tuition Comparison – Undergraduate FALL 2010 FTIAC TUITION CREDIT HOUR RATES

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Michigan Public Universities Tuition Comparison – Undergraduate FALL 2011 FTIAC UNIVERSITY TUITION CREDIT HOUR RATES APPROVED RATES IN GREEN AND OTHER IN RED @ 7%

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2011‐12 CMU Michigan Resident  Undergraduate Tuition Rates Fall 2010-11 undergraduate rate: $346/credit hour Fall 2011-12 proposed undergraduate rate:

Dollar & Percent Increase $12 ~ (3.47%) Note: Does not apply to current students who are still covered under The CMU PromiseTM – 2,118 students

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Rate Per Hour $358


Michigan Public Universities Tuition Comparison – Undergraduate FALL 2011 UNIVERSITY FTIAC ANNUAL TUITION & FEES APPROVED RATES IN GREEN AND OTHER IN RED @ 7%

Note: The effective total annual cost for CMU including The CMU PromiseTM cohort for Fall 2011 equals $10,416

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Tuition Increases FY 2011-12 Tuition Rates University

GVSU* NMU* OU MTU LSSU MSU SVSU UM - D WSU UM - F UM - AA WMU FSU EMU CMU

* Universities modeled @ 7%

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Tuition % 7.00% 7.00% 7.00% 6.95% 6.94% 6.90% 6.90% 6.90% 6.90% 6.80% 6.70% 6.66% 5.14% 3.65% 3.47%


2011-12 Tuition Rate Percentage Increases Approved rates in blue and others in red @ 7%

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Financial Plan • Declining state appropriations • Plan decreased student enrollment – 2.1% • Financial aid investment- $3.8M: • 9.1% increase from 2010-2011

• Infrastructure investments - $2.7M • Additional tenure-track faculty investment- $2.2M

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CMU Financial Aid •

$39.5M of CMU funds are invested in student financial aid Centralis Scholarships Multicultural Recognition Scholarships Grad Fellowship Grants Board of Trustees Academic Excellence CMU Grants CMU 3.5 Scholarships Michigan Indian Tuition Grants Additional $3.8M funds invested for FY 2011-12 • Increased BOT Academic Scholarships - $200,000 (23%) • Increased CMU grants (need based aid) - $2M (37%); $1M directed at juniors and seniors • Increased study abroad scholarships - $76,000 (76%)

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CMU Financial Aid continued: • Created new scholarship grants: • CMU Access Grants for 1st generation students - $650,000 • Distinguished student awards - $895,000 • Continue $320,000 in work study funds to replace funds eliminated by State of Michigan

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Overall approximately two-thirds of CMU undergraduate students receive financial aid


Budget Assumptions Revenue: • • • •

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Decreased state appropriation funding by $12M, in addition to several years of previous reductions $22M total since 2002 Planned decrease in undergraduate student enrollment, 2.1% Modest undergraduate resident tuition increase, 3.47%


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Budget Assumptions Expense: • $12M expenditure reduction (2011-12 - $9M base and $3M one-time; 2012-13 - $3M base first quarter) • Reduced 25.55 FTE vacant positions

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Personnel Management • Campus wide position management • Continue savings from outsourcing services • Vacant position eliminations

Supplies & Equipment • Continued emphasis on conservative fiscal spending • Utility budget remains stable for the third year based on existing square footage


Budget Assumptions Expense continued: •

Expense Reduction Plan $5,210,550

Spring 2010 Budget Decision: Spring 2011 Plan: Central Administration Division Academic Affairs Division Finance & Administrative Services Division President's Division Development & External Relations Division Total: Sub-Total 2012-13 Plan:

Total University Budget Reductions

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$1,000,000 1,889,450 700,000 100,000 100,000 3,789,450 $9,000,000 3,000,000

$12,000,000


Proposed 2011‐12 University  Operating Budget • Proposed Revenue Schedule • Total University Operating Budget

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Central Michigan University Proposed Revenue Schedule July 14, 2011

General Fund with ProfEd

2010-11 Approved Unrestricted General Fund Budget Revenue Net State Appropriations Tuition and Fees - On Campus Tuition and Fees - ProfEd Departmental Activity Total Revenue

$80,064,200 189,691,837 42,988,417 13,410,286 $326,154,740

2011-12 Proposed Unrestricted General Fund Budget

$68,079,200 204,596,263 46,848,546 14,079,203 $333,603,212

Non-General Fund 2010-11 Approved Non-General Fund Budget Revenue Parking Services Residences and Auxiliary Services Telecommunications Athletics Events Center* Public Broadcasting University Health Services University Recreation* Total Revenue *Part of General Fund in 2010-11

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2,734,000 $71,560,509 5,447,995 6,106,632 N/A 3,906,675 1,992,872 N/A $91,748,683

2011-12 Proposed Non-General Fund Budget 2,734,000 73,872,194 5,695,330 6,431,011 150,000 3,913,525 2,030,073 737,999 $95,564,132


Central Michigan University 2011-12 University Budget Re ve nue and Expe nditure Summary July 14, 2011

Approve d 2010-11 Unive rsity Budge t Re ve nue s General Fund Non-General Fund Total Unive rsity Re ve nue s

$326,154,740 91,748,683 $417,903,423

$333,603,212 95,564,132 $429,167,344

Expe nditure s General Fund Non-General Fund Total Unive rsity Expe nditure s

$326,154,740 91,748,683 $417,903,423

$333,603,212 95,564,132 $429,167,344

Total Ne t Re ve nue /Loss

$0

Note: General Fund includes subsidy to non-general fund areas

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Propose d 2011-12 Unive rsity Budge t

$0


Recommendations • Undergraduate tuition • Applies to all on‐campus Michigan  resident undergraduate students except  those still on The CMU PromiseTM • Adopt 2011‐12 Operating Budgets

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• Questions/Comments

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Proposed University Operating Budgets  

Materials presented at the July 14, 2011 CMU Board of Trustees meeting.

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