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TABLE OF CONTENTS Approved Budget Overview New Positions in the 2013-14 Budget Operating Budget Comparisons

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Revenue Detail 2013-14

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Exhibit 1: Chargebacks Exhibit 2: SCCC Albany

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Academic Affairs Business and Law Math, Science, and Technology Hotel, Culinary Arts, & Tourism Liberal Arts Music Registrar Office Learning Center Testing Center College in High School Library Workforce Development Honors Suite Information Technology Academic Computing Administrative Computing Media Services Student Affairs Facilities Security Center City Albany Extension Center President's Office Board of Trustees Development Human Resources Assessment & Institutional Effectiveness Administration Financial Services Planning Accountability & Advancement College Services Special Facilities Programming General Institutional Services Benefits

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2013-14 Budget Overview The operating budget for the 2013-14 academic year is $29,508,427. The budget represents an overall increase of 7.1% over the 2012-13 operating budget, and includes $1.0 million in costs to support the development and launching of the Albany Extension Center. Minus the Albany costs, the 2013-14 budget represents a 3.4% increase over the 2012-13 operating budget. President Quintin Bullock, Chairwoman Denise Murphy McGraw, faculty members, academic senate, staff and students met with elected officials to thank them for their continued support, to highlight the important role community colleges play within our communities, to advocate for more state-aid, and to ask their support for a common computation formula to calculate chargebacks. As a result of our combined efforts, community colleges received $150/FTE increase in state-aid, and the implementation of a common chargeback formula will be phased in over 5 years. For the 2013-14 budget, new initiatives and personnel total $1.9 million dollars. These initiatives and other built-in costs are funded by increased state aid ($574,430), chargeback funding ($1,577,710), and by savings elsewhere (primarily $430,000 in utilities) Costs for the Albany Extension Center are shown in four budget divisions: salaries in Academic Affairs, startup costs and rent in the budget for the Albany Extension Center, security costs, and fringe benefit costs. Costs and revenues for the Albany site are summarized in Exhibit 2 on page 49 of this document. Expenditures A breakdown of the new budget initiatives and personnel for each division is summarized below. Academic Affairs: $396,000 $279,000 in salaries for the Albany Extension Center. This amount includes: - One administrative position and one support position: $ 70,000 - Two permanent faculty positions: $ 45,000 total for two positions for half a year. - Adjunct salaries: $ 164,000 $24,000 in stipends to cover the costs for 12 stipends to coordinate courses with multiple sections $10,500 for stipends or adjunct release time to oversee Math and English Developmental initiatives $15,000 to implement a Summer Boot Camp for College Ready Students (6 sections x $2,500 = $15,000) $42,000 to support a new full-time temporary International Programs Faculty position $13,100 to support 1000 CAPP Tests for general education and critical thinking $12,000 to support High School Compass Testing (2,000 students x $5/test = $10,000), plus $2,000 for administration $400 to implement the California Critical Thinking Tests for the new Honors Program (20 students x $10/test x 2 exams = $400) Business Law: $22,500 $45,000 to support a new Supply Chain Management faculty position [ $22,500 will be paid by the Perkins grant and the other $22,500 will be paid with college operating funds] Math, Science, Technology & Health: $61,700 $45,000 to support a Biotechnology Instructor position $12,500 to support a PT Biology Instructional Coordinator $4,200 to purchase Biology research project supplies Hotel, Culinary Arts & Tourism: $28,500 $45,000 to support a new Casino Gaming Management Instructor position [$22,500 will be paid by the Perkins grant and the other $22,500 will be paid for with college operating funds] $6,000 to purchase Open Table Reservation Software

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Liberal Arts: $48,000 $45,000 to support a new full-time Psychology/Chemical Dependency Instructor $3,000 to purchase Service Learning supplies Music: $14,000 $12,500 for Summer Music Workshops - Five faculty x $1,500/week = $7,500 - One faculty x $1,500 x 2 weeks = $3,000 - $1,500 for advertising, printing and other Piano Tuning - 15 pianos x $100/tuning = $1,500 Information Technology: $260,506 $9,000 to purchase Elluminate Software $95,040 to replace 132 computers at $720 each $29,847 to replace two file servers at $12,423.50 each plus $5,000 for the installation $28,068 to replace 18 visualizers at $1,599.33 each $71,100 to replace 8 switches at $8,887.50 each $21,603 to replace one teacher station $5,848 to replace projectors at $1,462 each in E326, E323, E104, & CST 104 Academic Computing: $17,500 $17,500 for a part-time Technical Assistant for Center City Administrative Computing: $54,712 $54,712 to support a new full-time Programmer Student Affairs: $24,000 $3,000 for access to Banner’s record keeping portal for Judicial Affairs $15,000 for International Student Exchange Program travel $6,000 for wiring of the Academic Advisement Center Facilities: $40,000 $40,000 to hire a 2nd shift Assistant Mechanic position (CSEA) Security: $71,800 $5,500 to upgrade security desk camera system $4,500 to purchase supplies and equipment for parking lot $4,000 for MSDS Online for hazardous materials (annual fee) $7,800 for Report Exec. software for tracking security events (cost is for five licenses for five years) $50,000 for security services at the Albany Extension Center. Albany Extension Center : $560,864 $200,000 (one-time costs) to purchase new computers, servers, and software $200,000 to purchase furniture (one-time cost) $100,864 for eight months of rent at the Albany County Building (112 State Street) $40,000 for eight months of parking at the Times Union Center parking lot $10,000 for telephones $10,000 for telecommunications Assessment & Institutional Effectiveness: $20,000 additional $45,000 to hire a full-time Research Analyst Financial Services: $30,000 $30,000 to purchase an online time entry system [Cost is for software upgrades to Banner and training]

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Advertising: $40,000 $40,000 for enhanced advertising Student Recruitment: $14,700 $7,200 for Hotel, Culinary Arts $1,000 for Honors Program $6,500 for Music Benefits: $112,800 Fringe benefit costs for the Albany Extension Center employees - $80,000 for full-time employees - $32,800 for adjunct faculty

Revenue Assumptions The proposed 2013-14 Budget is based on the following assumptions: 1.5% enrollment growth No tuition increase State aid will increase by $150 per FTE $1,170 per FTE chargeback revenue 42% of students will be non-Schenectady County residents $25 lab fee increases for twelve Hospitality, Culinary Arts and Tourism classes (from $75 to $100) $20 lab fee increases for four Science classes (from $30 to $50) EMT will generate $68,600 in non-credit programming $264,055 of fund balance will be used in one-time start-up costs for the Albany Extension Center

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New Positions in the 2013-14 Budget (13 Positions ) Albany Extension Center ( 4 positions) - Two new faculty positions (half year)  Math  English - Full-time site administrator - Support position (CSEA) (half year) New Programs ( 5 positions) •

International Programs - Temporary faculty position to develop international programs

Supply Chain Management - Full-time instructor

Biology / Biotechnology - Full-time instructor

Casino and Gaming Management - Full-time Instructor

Psychology Chemical Dependency program - Full-time Instructor

Grant Programs - TAACCCT Grant • Full-time grant coordinator (50% paid by grant)

Other ( 3 positions) •

Information Technology - Full-time programmer for Academic Computing (CSEA)

Facilities - Full-time mechanic position for the second shift (CSEA)

Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness - Full-time research analyst position

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Operating Budget Comparisons EXPENDITURES APPROPRIATIONS 2012-2013

2013-2014

Difference

$ 3,346,774 $ 2,116,840 $ 416,500 $ 4,149,369 $ 553,722 $ 2,661,245 $ 291,135 $ 43,000 $ 12,000 $ 15,000 $ 13,605,585

$ 3,592,306 $ 2,342,721 $ 473,376 $ 4,384,506 $ 638,676 $ 2,704,545 $ 349,748 $ 80,488 $ 25,180 $ 25,000 $ 14,616,546

$ 245,532 $ 225,881 $ 56,876 $ 235,137 $ 84,954 $ 43,300 $ 58,613 $ 37,488 $ 13,180 $ 10,000 $ 1,010,961

$ 845,000 $ 180,500 $ 800,000 $ 1,040,827 $ 30,000 $ 45,000 $ 3,376,666 $ 16,000 $ 140,000 $ 6,473,993

$ 929,500 $ 250,000 $ 856,000 $ 1,118,000 $ 30,000 $ 45,000 $ 3,414,000 $ 18,000 $ 200,000 $ 6,860,500

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

84,500 69,500 56,000 77,173 37,334 2,000 60,000 386,507

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$ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $

211,785 50,000 55,500 317,285

Personnel Services Teaching Faculty, Full-Time Teaching Faculty, Adjunct Teaching Faculty, Overload Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Overtime Student Workers Student Tutors

Total Personnel Services Employee Benefits NYS Employees' Retirement NYS Teachers' Retirement TIAA-CREF Social Security Workers' Compensation Unemployment Insurance Medical Insurance Employee Tuition Benefits Compensated Absences

Total Employee Benefits Capital Equipment Equipment Replacement Instruction Equipment Replacement Other Equipment New Instructional Equipment New Other

Total Capital Equipment

120,000 100,000 150,000 150,000 520,000

331,785 100,000 200,000 205,500 837,285

Contractual Supplies Instructional Supplies Office & Others Software Printing Subscriptions and Periodicals Books Travel Faculty Travel Others Professional Services Dues & Memberships Rentals Repairs and Maintenance Advertising Credit Card Fees

$ 412,080 $ 232,305 $ 310,000 $ 63,000 $ 14,099 $ 52,028 $ 13,535 $ 60,089 $ 1,114,819 $ 45,843 $ 727,473 $ 415,861 $ 191,550 $ 70,000

$ 436,775 $ 276,002 $ 373,620 $ 73,900 $ 14,250 $ 52,300 $ 12,265 $ 88,937 $ 1,427,435 $ 55,000 $ 1,028,774 $ 314,263 $ 230,850 $ 60,000

$ 24,695 $ 43,697 $ 63,620 $ 10,900 $ 151 $ 272 $ (1,270) $ 28,848 $ 312,616 $ 9,157 $ 301,301 $ (101,598) $ 39,300 $ (10,000)

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Audit Services Legal Services Electric & Gas Water & Sewer Telephone Telecommunications Bulk Mail Metered Mail Security Insurance All Other Expenses Staff Development Recruitment Project Middle States Expense Total Contractual

$ 53,000 $ 45,000 $ 1,340,000 $ 30,000 $ 111,600 $ 55,900 $ 60,000 $ 95,000 $ 650,000 $ 125,000 $ 631,753 $ 16,000 $ 14,342 $ 6,000 $ 6,956,277

$ 50,000 $ 75,000 $ 910,000 $ 34,800 $ 83,500 $ 96,119 $ 60,000 $ 95,000 $ 635,000 $ 150,000 $ 499,306 $ 16,000 $ 30,000 $ 15,000 $ 7,194,096

$ (3,000) $ 30,000 $ (430,000) $ 4,800 $ (28,100) $ 40,219 $ $ $ (15,000) $ 25,000 $ (132,447) $ $ 15,658 $ 9,000 $ 237,819

Total Appropriations

$ 27,555,855

$ 29,508,427

$ 1,952,572

2012-2013

2013-2014

$ 8,810,547 $ 4,672,343 $ 576,220 $ 14,059,110

$ 8,904,226 $ 4,223,571 $ 576,220 $ 13,704,017

$ 93,679 $ (448,772) $ $ (355,093)

$ 1,594,879 $ 15,000 $ 180,000 $ 123,000 $ 1,912,879

$ 1,629,196 $ 5,000 $ 180,000 $ 116,500 $ 1,930,696

$ $ $ $ $

34,317 (10,000) (6,500) 17,817

$ 9,259,572 $ 9,259,572

$ 9,707,655 $ 9,707,655

$ $

448,083 448,083

$ $ $

$ 225,600 $ 1,577,710 $ 1,803,310

$ $ 1,577,710 $ 1,577,710

REVENUES Difference

Student Tuition Student Tuition, Full-Time Student Tuition, Part-Time College in the High School

Total Student Tuition Other Revenues Service Fees Interest & Earnings Rental - Real Property Unclassified Revenues

Total Other Revenues State Aid State Aid for Operating Expenses

Total State Aid Revenue in Lieu of Local Sponsor Share Charges to Non-Residents Charges to Other Counties

Total Revenue in Lieu of Local Sponsor Share

225,600 225,600

Sponsoring County Contribution Sponsoring County Contribution for Operating Expenses

$ 2,098,694

$ 2,098,694

$

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Total Sponsoring County Contribution

$ 2,098,694

$ 2,098,694

$

-

Total Revenues

$ 27,555,855

$ 29,244,372

$ 1,688,517

$

$

Appropriated Fund Balance Total Revenues and Appropriated Fund Balance

$ 27,555,855

264,055

$ 29,508,427

264,055

$ 1,952,572

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ACCOUNT 001-110 001-120 001-130 001-140 001-150 001-160 001-180 001-192 001-193 001-210 001-230 001-410 001-420 001-440 001-450 001-460 001-470 001-480 001-483 001-490 001-590 TOTAL

Academic Affairs TITLE Teaching Faculty, Full-Time Teaching Faculty, Adjunct Teaching Faculty, Overloads Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Overtime Tutors Student Tutors Equipment Replacement/Instruction Equipment Additional/Instructional Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Subscriptions & Periodicals Books Travel/Faculty Travel/Other Professional/Other Purchased Services Dues & Memberships All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ $ $ $ $ 9,625 $ 18,767 $ 7,985 $ 71,800 $ 8,155 $ 172,872 $ 229,603 $ 232,022 $ 12,843 $ 48,000 $ 23,426 $ 45,770 $ 48,298 $ 47,631 $ $ 500 $ $ 219 $ $ $ 83 $ $ 152 $ 38,783 $ 50,000 $ 48,556 $ 100,000 $ 100,000 $ 61,947 $ 2,502 $ 350 $ 818 $ 3,019 $ 1,000 $ 2,581 $ 117 $ 300 $ 139 $ 100 $ 500 $ 39 1,900 $ 1,220 $ 489 $ $ 1,940 $ 4,200 $ 1,737 $ 3,870 $ 27,000 $ 7,175 $ 700 $ $ $ 650 $ 600 $ 900 $ 2,947 $ 9,380 $ 9,742 $ 394,891 $ 603,056 $ 465,007

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 129,500 $ 179,000 $ $ 272,922 $ 13,048 $ 46,473 $ $ $ $ 50,000 $ 100,000 $ 350 $ 1,000 $ 300 $ 500 $ 1,900 $ 4,200 $ 52,500 $ $ $ 9,380 $ 861,073

NOTES: New Initiatives and Personnel Academic Affairs new initiatives and staffing total $396,000 are listed below. • $279,000 in salaries for the Albany Extension Center reflecting: One administrative position: $ 50,000 for a full year Two permanent faculty positions: $ 45,000 total for two positions for half an academic year Adjunct salaries: $ 164,000 for positions beginning in January Support Position: $ 20,000 • $24,000 in stipends to cover the costs for 12 stipends to coordinate courses with multiple sections • $10,500 for stipends or adjunct release time to oversee Math and English Developmental initiatives • $15,000 to implement a Summer Boot Camp for College Ready Students (6 sections x $2,500 = $15,000) • $42,000 to support a new full-time temporary International Programs faculty position • $13,100 to support 1000 CAPP Tests for general education and critical thinking • $12,000 to support High School Compass Testing (2,000 students x $5/test = $10,000), plus $2,000 for administration • $400 to implement the California Critical Thinking Tests for the new Honors Program (20 students x $10/test x 2 exams = $400) Other Academic Affairs Notes • Equipment purchases anticipated in 20113-14 include a replacement bread oven and bakery equipment for the Culinary program, electronics equipment and binocular microscopes for the Science programs, and additional musical instruments. • Teaching faculty overloads are budgeted in the individual departments in the 2013-14 budget. • Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

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ACCOUNT 002-110 002-120 002-130 002-140 002-160 002-180 002-410 002-420 002-460 002-470 002-480 002-490 002-559 002-590 TOTAL

Business and Law TITLE Teaching Faculty, Full-Time Teaching Faculty, Adjunct Teaching Faculty, Overloads Professional Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Overtime Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Travel/Faculty Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Telecommunications All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 470,170 $ 444,010 $ 471,048 $ 276,555 $ 298,125 $ 293,774 $ 76,671 $ 83,700 $ 75,948 $ 74,233 $ 77,648 $ 84,976 $ 9,040 $ 41,529 $ 39,188 $ $ 250 $ $ 1,115 $ 4,500 $ 1,864 $ 999 $ 1,000 $ 181 $ 707 $ 1,500 $ $ 675 $ 1,000 $ 865 $ 30,809 $ 26,000 $ 26,881 $ 1,250 $ 900 $ 1,413 $ $ $ $ $ 200 $ 895 $ 942,224 $ 980,362 $ 997,033

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 541,721 $ 233,120 $ 160,464 $ 77,647 $ 41,112 $ 250 $ 4,500 $ 1,000 $ 1,500 $ 1,000 $ $ $ $ 200 $ 1,062,514

NOTES: New Initiatives and Personnel Business and Law New Initiatives and Personnel include: • $45,000 to support a new Supply Chain Management faculty position [ $22,500 will be paid by the Perkins grant and the other $22,500 will be paid with college operating funds]. Other Business and Law Budget Notes • 2013-14 fund includes replacing a vacant Accounting instructional position. • The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program has been shifted to Workforce Development. Costs for this program in the 2012-13 budget are $60,000. • Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

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ACCOUNT 004-110 004-120 004-130 004-140 004-150 004-160 004-180 004-190 004-210 004-410 004-420 004-425 004-460 004-470 004-480 004-490 004-510 004-520 004-590 TOTAL

Math, Science and Technology TITLE Teaching Faculty, Full-Time Teaching Faculty, Adjunct Teaching Faculty, Overloads Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Overtime Student Workers Equipment, Instructional Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Software Travel/Faculty Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Rentals Repairs & Maintenance All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 755,366 $ 876,091 $ 786,495 $ 540,397 $ 524,700 $ 535,667 $ 102,892 $ 63,000 $ 97,413 $ 106,573 $ 106,884 $ 125,793 $ 32,477 $ 48,000 $ 29,531 $ 39,778 $ 41,259 $ 39,265 $ $ 250 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 43,985 $ 77,260 $ 77,705 $ 2,981 $ 2,330 $ 2,377 $ $ $ $ 858 $ 1,950 $ 977 $ $ 375 $ 232 $ 4,786 $ 4,677 $ 7,918 893 $ 636 $ 229 $ $ 1,089 $ 1,000 $ 403 $ 7,205 $ 11,733 $ 744 $ $ 47 $ 642 $ 1,638,615 $ 1,760,449 $ 1,705,798

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 967,026 $ 595,455 $ 98,500 $ 115,170 $ 49,130 $ 41,112 $ 250 $ $ $ 81,460 $ 2,330 $ $ 1,950 $ 375 $ 4,700 $ $ 1,000 $ 12,000 $ $ 1,970,458

NOTES: New Initiatives and Personnel Math, Science, and Technology new initiatives and personnel total $61,700 consisting of: • $45,000 to support a Biology Biotech technology instructor position, • $12,500 to support a PT Biology Instructional Coordinator, and • $4,200 to purchase Biology research project supplies . Other Math, Science, and Technology Budget Notes • The Academic Affairs budget includes funding for equipment. Some major equipment purchases are anticipated to be funded by federal grants. • The Information Technology budget includes cost for the replacement of classroom computers. • Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

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ACCOUNT 005-110 005-120 005-130 005-140 005-150 005-160 005-180 005-230 005-410 005-420 005-425 005-440 005-460 005-470 005-480 005-490 005-510 005-520 005-740 TOTAL

Hotel, Culinary Arts & Tourism TITLE Teaching Faculty, Full-Time Teaching Faculty, Adjunct Teaching Faculty, Overloads Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Overtime Equipment, Add Instructional Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Software Subscriptions & Periodicals Travel/Faculty Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Rentals Repairs & Maintenance Recruitment

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 531,652 $ 620,749 $ 654,890 $ 264,148 $ 218,625 $ 253,911 $ 108,053 $ 110,700 $ 113,845 $ 206,293 $ 166,656 $ 130,990 $ 79,969 $ 69,125 $ 88,955 $ 37,204 $ 36,704 $ 33,716 $ $ 250 $ $ $ $ $ 246,008 $ 235,650 $ 269,377 $ 16,755 $ 11,035 $ 15,863 $ $ $ $ $ $ 60 $ 150 $ $ 663 $ $ $ 26 $ 200 $ 300 $ 120 2,415 $ 2,825 $ 705 $ $ 11,878 $ 14,950 $ 11,690 $ 17,370 $ 8,978 $ 17,224 $ $ $ $ 1,520,383 $ 1,496,137 $ 1,594,155

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 644,357 $ 242,034 $ 111,420 $ 166,926 $ 109,125 $ 38,726 $ 250 $ $ 235,560 $ 11,036 $ 6,000 $ $ 1,000 $ 500 $ 300 $ $ 14,950 $ 8,978 $ $ 1,591,162

NOTES: New Initiatives and Personnel Hotel, Culinary Arts & Tourism new initiatives and personnel total $28,500 and consist of: • $45,000 to support a new Casino Gaming Management Instructor position ($22,500 will be paid by the Perkins grant and the other $22,500 will be paid for with college operating funds) and $6,000 to purchase Open Table Reservation software. Other Hotel, Culinary Arts & Tourism (HCAT) Budget Notes • The Academic Affairs budget includes funding for HCAT equipment. Funding for equipment is also expected to come from federal grants. • Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support. The General Institutional Support budget also includes $7,200 for HCAT student recruitment.

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ACCOUNT 006-110 006-120 006-130 006-140 006-150 006-160 006-180 006-190 006-410 006-420 006-450 006-460 006-470 006-480 006-490 006-590 TOTAL

Liberal Arts TITLE Teaching Faculty, Full-Time Teaching Faculty, Adjunct Teaching Faculty, Overloads Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Overtime Student Workers Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Books Travel/Faculty Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 1,116,501 $ 1,143,219 $ 1,103,068 $ 659,557 $ 699,600 $ 669,515 $ 70,027 $ 71,100 $ 64,477 $ 71,807 $ 75,110 $ 75,110 $ 18,443 $ 82,672 $ 19,093 $ 79,582 $ 40,318 $ 39,756 $ $ 250 $ 464 $ $ 13,000 $ $ 2,875 $ 9,450 $ 6,937 $ 3,932 $ 4,211 $ 4,209 $ $ $ $ 1,625 $ 4,065 $ 1,691 $ 2,232 $ 498 $ 180 $ 1,500 $ 1,500 $ 1,530 $ $ 192 $ $ $ 807 $ $ 2,028,081 $ 2,145,992 $ 1,986,030

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 1,103,525 $ 704,212 $ 88,992 $ 75,110 $ 26,550 $ 39,919 $ 250 $ $ 9,450 $ 7,211 $ $ 4,065 $ 498 $ 1,500 $ 807 $ 2,062,089

NOTES: New Initiatives and Personnel New initiatives and personnel in the Liberal Arts total $48,000 and consist of: • $45,000 to support a new full-time Psychology/Chemical Dependency instructor and • $3,000 to purchase Service Learning supplies. Other Liberal Arts Budget Notes • A new Honors Program will begin in 2013-14. Equipment purchases and space renovations for this will program will occur in 2012-13. • Certain personnel costs have moved to the Learning Center budget. • Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support. • The General Institutional Support budget also includes $1,000 for student recruitment for the Honors Program.

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ACCOUNT 009-110 009-120 009-130 009-140 009-150 009-160 009-180 009-230 009-410 009-420 009-425 009-440 009-460 009-470 009-480 009-490 009-520 009-590 009-740 TOTAL

Music TITLE Teaching Faculty, Full-Time Teaching Faculty, Adjunct Teaching Faculty, Overloads Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Overtime Equipment, Instructional Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Software Subscriptions & Periodicals Travel/Faculty Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Repairs & Maintenance All Other Expenses Recruitment

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 195,838 $ 212,705 $ 206,842 $ 352,705 $ 366,165 $ 295,490 $ 14,836 $ 16,200 $ 12,974 $ 81,026 $ 84,753 $ 84,753 $ 144 $ $ $ 37,467 $ 37,909 $ 38,162 $ $ 250 $ $ $ $ $ 5,992 $ 4,477 $ 3,394 $ 669 $ 800 $ 821 $ $ $ $ 17 $ 125 $ 17 $ $ 1,050 $ 200 $ 2,159 $ 1,234 $ 310 $ 3,520 $ 3,500 $ 6,700 1,100 $ 1,137 $ 1,008 $ $ 5,220 $ 10,875 $ 8,164 $ $ 231 $ $ $ $ $ 700,603 $ 741,374 $ 658,964

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 206,177 $ 376,900 $ 14,000 $ 84,753 $ $ 39,919 $ 250 $ $ 4,477 $ 800 $ $ 125 $ 1,050 $ 1,234 $ 16,000 $ $ 12,375 $ 231 $ $ 758,291

NOTES: New Initiatives Music new initiatives total $14,000 consisting of: • $12,500 for Summer Music Workshops Five faculty x $1,500/week = $7,500 One faculty x $1,500 x 2 weeks = $3,000 $1,500 for advertising, printing and other costs and • Piano Tuning - $1,500 for 15 additional piano tunings at $100 each. • The Summer Music Workshops will largely by offset by student fees. Other Music Budget Notes • The Academic Affairs budget includes funding for a 5 octave marimba at $12,000 and a symphonic field drum at $1,000. • Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support. • The General Institutional Support budget also includes $6,500 for student recruitment for the Music program.

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Registrar's Office ACCOUNT TITLE 010-140 Professional Staff - Full Time 010-150 Professional Staff - Part Time 010-160 Support Staff - Full Time 010-170 Support Staff - Part Time 010-180 Support Staff - Overtime 010-190 Student Workers 010-410 Supplies/Instructional 010-420 Supplies/Office & Other 010-430 Printing 010-460 Travel/Faculty 010-470 Travel/Other 010-490 Dues & Memberships 010-520 Repairs & Maintenance 010-590 All Other Expenses NET

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 128,011 $ 127,893 $ 114,777 $ 3,426 $ 3,500 $ 1,120 $ 129,231 $ 114,024 $ 113,010 $ 17,039 $ 36,439 $ 15,277 $ 1,494 $ 3,500 $ 986 $ 1,322 $ $ 1,678 $ 1 $ $ $ 1,607 $ 1,850 $ 1,586 $ $ $ 17 $ 458 $ $ 1,005 $ $ 400 $ $ 200 $ 100 $ 100 $ $ 500 $ 155 $ 26 $ $ $ 282,814 $ 288,206 $ 249,711

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 116,549 $ 3,500 $ 130,710 $ 35,700 $ 3,500 $ $ $ 1,850 $ 10,000 $ $ 400 $ $ 500 $ $ 302,709

NOTES:

Registrar Budget Notes This budget funds the salary costs of five full-time employees and three part-time positions. Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

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Learning Center ACCOUNT TITLE 011-110 Teaching Faculty, Full-Time 011-140 Professional Staff, Full-Time 011-150 Professional Staff, Part-Time 011-192 Tutors 011-193 Student Tutors 011-420 Supplies/Office & Other TOTAL

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ $ $ 46,646 $ 17,757 $ 42,000 $ $ 104,434 $ $ 79,252 $ 984 $ $ $ 17,761 $ $ 25,300 $ 20 $ $ $ 140,957 $ 42,000 $ 151,198

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 56,000 $0 $ 102,500 $ $ 25,000 $ $ 183,500

NOTES:

Learning Center Budget Notes The Learning Center budget for 2013-14 includes costs that were previously budgeted in Liberal Arts.

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Testing Center ACCOUNT TITLE 012-140 Professional Staff, Full-Time 012-170 Support Staff, Part-Time 012-410 Supplies/Instructional 012-420 Supplies/Office & Other 012-440 Subscriptions & Periodicals 012-590 All Other Expenses TOTAL

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 35,186 $ 34,999 $ 35,101 $ 19,582 $ 17,502 $ 19,378 $ 134 $ 8,000 $ 3,843 $ 313 $ 1,000 $ 240 $ $ 100 $ $ $ 400 $ 22 $ 55,215 $ 62,001 $ 58,584

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 35,101 $ 17,740 $ 8,000 $ 1,000 $ 100 $ 400 $ 62,341

NOTES:

Testing Center Budget Notes This budget funds the salaries of one full-time employee and one part-time employees.

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ACCOUNT 031-120 031-130 031-140 031-410 031-420 031-470 031-480 031-510 TOTAL

College in High School TITLE Teaching Faculty, Adjunct Teaching Faculty, Overloads Professional Staff, Full-Time Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Travel/Other Professional/Other Rentals

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 14 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT APPROVED EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES BUDGET $ 1,159 $ $ $ $ 23,397 $ $ $ $ 49,606 $ 50,634 $ 51,289 $ 52,589 $ 330 $ $ $ 3,500 $ 281 $ $ $ 400 $ 317 $ $ $ 10,715 $ 245,940 $ 295,610 $ 286,302 $ 295,610 $ 236,568 $ 288,110 $ 264,162 $ 288,110 $ 557,596 $ 634,354 $ 601,753 $ 650,924

NOTES:

College in High School Budget Notes Rental costs are paid to participating high schools based on enrollment.

18


ACCOUNT 401-140 401-150 401-160 401-170 401-180 401-190 401-410 401-420 401-440 401-450 401-460 401-470 401-480 401-490 401-510 401-520 401-590 TOTAL

Library TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Overtime Student Workers Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Subscriptions & Periodicals Books Travel/Faculty Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Rentals Repairs & Maintenance All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 258,355 $ 258,479 $ 259,106 $ 86,456 $ 94,500 $ 92,289 $ 110,050 $ 115,473 $ 108,680 $ 24,862 $ 23,536 $ 25,844 $ 189 $ 250 $ 206 $ 236 $ 2,000 $ $ 3,492 $ 3,990 $ 1,913 $ 1,191 $ 1,300 $ 1,101 $ 9,567 $ 10,500 $ 7,487 $ 45,050 $ 51,028 $ 34,377 $ $ $ $ 3,306 $ 3,237 $ 2,557 $ 10,630 $ 10,630 $ 8,654 $ 4,338 $ 4,338 $ 2,605 $ 54,635 $ 57,793 $ 54,861 3,560 $ 1,847 $ 309 $ $ 147 $ 375 $ 136 $ 612,812 $ 640,989 $ 601,663

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 259,016 $ 96,000 $ 114,066 $ 24,736 $ 250 $ 2,000 $ 3,990 $ 1,300 $ 10,500 $ 51,000 $ $ 3,300 $ 13,630 $ $ 64,293 $ 3,560 $ 375 $ 648,016

NOTES: Library Budget Notes The 2013-14 Library budget includes funding for expanded Saturday Library hours that began in 2012-13. Professional services of $13,630 are for mainly for catalog and interlibrary loan costs. Library rentals of $64,293 are licensing fees paid for online periodicals and reference materials. These include: SUNY Connect at $22,000, Lexis Nexus at $5,0000, and the Historical New York Times at $4,500. Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

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ACCOUNT 301-110 301-120 301-140 301-150 301-160 301-180 301-410 301-420 301-430 301-440 301-470 301-480 301-490 301-510 301-530 301-590 TOTAL

Workforce Development TITLE Teaching Faculty, Full-Time Teaching Faculty, Adjunct Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Overtime Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Printing Subscriptions & Periodicals Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Rentals Advertising All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ $ 50,000 $ $ 25,982 $ $ 26,233 $ 183,837 $ 181,211 $ 184,371 $ $ $ 14,666 $ 62,249 $ 93,732 $ 88,725 $ $ 250 $ 2,357 $ 4,095 $ 11,100 $ 2,506 $ 522 $ 3,000 $ 1,819 $ 375 $ $ $ $ 300 $ 85 $ 1,978 $ 3,000 $ 2,313 $ 82,927 $ 120,570 $ 83,932 $ 90 $ 750 $ 430 $ $ 1,200 $ $ 1,283 $ 1,400 $ 341 1,400 $ 1,212 $ 52 $ $ 363,389 $ 467,913 $ 408,990

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ $ 12,000 $ 184,370 $ 22,500 $ 92,759 $ 300 $ 53,558 $ 1,500 $ 500 $ 300 $ 3,000 $ 162,530 $ $ 1,000 $ 4,000 $ 1,000 $ 539,317

NOTES: Workforce Development Budget Notes The 2013-14 Work Force Development budget includes the costs for the Emergency Medical Technical program that had previously been part of the Business and Law Budget in Academic Affairs. Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

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FISCAL 12 Honors Suite ACTUAL ACCOUNT TITLE EXPENSES 351-240

Equipment

$

-

FISCAL 13 REVISED BUDGET $

125,000

FISCAL 13 FISCAL 14 PRELIM ACT APPROVED EXPENSES BUDGET $

124,066

$

-

NOTES:

Honors Suite Budget Notes Monies totaling $125,000 were tranferred into this account to fund the cost of remodeling office and classroom space on the fourth floor of Elston Hall into a designinated area for for students enrolled in the Honor's program.

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ACCOUNT 352-140 352-160 352-180 352-210 352-240 352-420 352-425 352-440 352-470 352-480 352-490 352-520 352-559 352-590 TOTAL

Information Technology TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Overtime Equipment Replacement /Instr. Equipment Additional/Other Supplies/Office & Other Software Subscriptions & Periodicals Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Repairs & Maintenance Telecommunications All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 ACTUAL EXPENSES $ 78,551 $ 46,857 $ $ $ 470 $ 4,017 $ 293,165 $ $ 2,283 $ 7,336 $ 6,089 $ 11,421 $ 23,563 $ 5,626 $ 479,377

FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 REVISED PRELIM ACT BUDGET EXPENSES $ 132,759 $ 28,213 $ 24,149 $ 43,435 $ 250 $ $ $ $ $ $ 2,500 $ 1,147 $ 310,000 $ 165,856 $ 24 $ $ 2,750 $ 1,914 $ 93,000 $ 18,595 $ 2,500 $ 1,102 $ $ (125) $ 47,500 $ 32,752 $ 15,000 $ 8,143 $ 630,432 $ 301,032

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 80,000 $ 47,800 $ 250 $ 281,785 $ $ 2,666 $ 352,820 $ 50 $ 2,750 $ 138,000 $ $ $ 69,119 $ 5,000 $ 980,240

NOTES: New Initiatives Information Technology new initiatives include the following equipment purchases: • • • • • •

$95,040 to replace 132 computers at $720 each $29,847 to replace two file servers at $12,423.50 each plus $5,000 for the installation $28,068 to replace 18 visualizers at $1,599.33 each $71,100 to replace eight switches at $8,887.50 each $21,603 to replace one teacher station $5,848 to replace four projectors at $1,462 each in E326, E323, E104, & CST104

Other Information Technology Budget Notes • Salary costs are for the Executive Director of Information Technology and one clerical support position. •

Software costs include $93,578 in fees paid to SICAS which is a SUNY-based organization that provides support for Banner and other College software.

Professional service costs include $127,760 for the services of SUNY's Information Technology Exchange Center (ITEC) that provides remote hosting and other services.

Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

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ACCOUNT 353-140 353-150 353-160 353-190 353-210 353-410 353-420 353-425 353-520 TOTAL

Academic Computing TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Student Workers Equipment Replacement/Instruction Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Software Repairs & Maintenance

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 266,626 $ 261,286 $ 256,065 $ 32,749 $ 53,200 $ 33,462 $ 3,551 $ 24,149 $ 11,118 $ 2,396 $ 6,000 $ 1,116 $ 49,121 $ $ $ 23,742 $ 26,000 $ 25,099 $ 433 $ 2,500 $ 669 $ 7,828 $ $ 1,954 $ 33,521 $ 25,000 $ 40,679 $ 419,966 $ 398,135 $ 370,162

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 309,248 $ 52,945 $ 41,537 $ 6,180 $ $ 27,680 $ 2,575 $ $ 25,750 $ 465,915

NOTES: New Initiatives The budget for Academic Computing includes $17,500 for a part-time Technical Assistant for Center City.

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ACCOUNT 354-140 354-150 354-160 354-180 354-420 354-425 354-480 354-520 TOTAL

Administrative Computing TITLE Professional Staff - Full Time Professional Staff - Part Time Support Staff - Full Time Support Staff - Overtime Supplies/Office & Other Software Professional/Other Repairs & Maintenance

FISCAL 12 ACTUAL EXPENSES $ 90,844 $ 1,821 $ 202,011 $ 3,337 $ 1,082 $ 1,008 $ 232 $ 1,314 $ 301,649

FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 REVISED PRELIM ACT BUDGET EXPENSES $ 92,916 $ 82,196 $ $ $ 206,750 $ 175,345 $ 2,750 $ 2,551 $ 2,000 $ 1,408 $ $ $ $ $ 14,000 $ 12,731 $ 318,416 $ 274,231

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 92,917 $ $ 259,302 $ 2,750 $ 2,000 $ $ $ 14,000 $ 370,969

NOTES: New Initiatives The budget for Adminstrative Computing includes $54,712 to support a new full-time Programmer.

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Media Services ACCOUNT TITLE 355-140 Professional Staff, Full-Time

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 14 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT APPROVED EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES BUDGET $ 67,572 $ 66,144 $ 58,683 $ 66,337

TOTAL

$

67,572

$

66,144

$

58,683

$

66,337

NOTES: Media Services Budget Notes This budget funds the salary of one full-time position.

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ACCOUNT 501-140 501-150 501-160 501-170 501-180 501-190 501-410 501-420 501-425 501-440 501-460 501-470 501-480 501-490 501-520 501-590 501-740 TOTAL

Student Affairs TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Overtime Student Workers Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Software Subscriptions & Periodicals Travel/Faculty Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Repairs & Maintenance All Other Expenses Recruitment Project

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 902,076 $ 993,653 $ 952,339 $ 129,486 $ 62,000 $ 126,232 $ 199,730 $ 275,108 $ 270,259 $ 34,933 $ 39,116 $ 34,422 $ 1,926 $ 6,500 $ 2,889 $ 14,663 $ 2,000 $ 15,073 $ 1,000 $ 1,250 $ 511 $ 10,091 $ 10,334 $ 4,143 $ $ $ $ 26 $ 75 $ $ 2,395 $ $ $ 12,508 $ 15,840 $ 21,836 $ 23,145 $ 20,000 $ 8,876 $ 25 $ 2,000 $ 2,686 $ $ $ 3,388 $ 3,423 $ 4,335 $ $ 14,490 $ 14,342 $ 21,259 $ 1,350,829 $ 1,445,606 $ 1,463,948

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 1,110,335 $ 74,452 $ 271,156 $ 55,368 $ 14,500 $ 15,000 $ 1,250 $ 10,334 $ 3,000 $ 75 $ $ 30,840 $ 20,000 $ $ 6,000 $ 3,388 $ $ 1,615,698

NOTES: New Initiatives Student Affairs new initiatives total $24,000 consisting of: • $3,000 for access to Banner’s record keeping portal for Judicial Affairs, • $15,000 for International Student Exchange Program travel, • $6,000 for wiring of the Academic Advisement Center. Other Student Affairs Budget Notes • Salaries for all professional and support staff have been moved to this budget from other budget divisions that previously made up Student Affairs. •

Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

Recruitment costs also have been centralized in General Institutional Support.

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ACCOUNT 601-140 601-160 601-170 601-180 601-220 601-230 601-240 601-410 601-420 601-470 601-480 601-490 601-520 601-541 601-544 601-545 601-570 601-590 TOTAL

Facilities TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Overtime Equipment Replacement/Other Equipment Additional/Instructiona Equipment Additional/Other Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Repairs & Maintenance Gas - NIMO Electric & Gas Water/Sewer - City Security All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 ACTUAL EXPENSES $ 86,449 $ 724,468 $ 13,919 $ 32,727 $ 1,350 $ 13,701 $ 17,065 $ $ 171,578 $ $ 336,435 $ 400 $ 361,791 $ $ 526,092 $ 25,718 $ $ 63,689 $ 2,375,380

FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ADJUSTED PRELIM ACT BUDGET EXPENSES $ 114,244 $ 92,724 $ 774,141 $ 758,377 $ 158,153 $ 117,690 $ 22,000 $ 50,034 $ $ $ $ $ 125,000 $ 27,320 $ $ 1,006 $ 150,000 $ 224,563 $ 1,000 $ $ 200,000 $ 470,040 $ 250 $ $ 300,000 $ 268,089 $ $ $ 1,000,000 $ 594,750 30,655 $ 30,000 $ $ $ $ 50,000 $ 200 $ 2,924,788 $ 2,635,448

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 124,244 $ 824,644 $ 168,757 $ 40,000 $ $ $ $ $ 190,000 $ 1,000 $ 300,000 $ 200,000 $ $ 850,000 $ 30,000 $ $ $ 2,728,645

NOTES: New Initiatives The Facilities budget includes $40,000 to hire a 2nd shift Assistant Mechanic position (CSEA). Facilities Budget Notes The budget for utilities has been reduced to reflect actual costs as well as energy savings from capital budget renovations of HVAC systems. Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

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ACCOUNT 602-140 602-150 602-190 602-240 602-420 602-425 602-470 602-480 602-520 602-570 NET

Security TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Student Workers Equipment Additional/Other Supplies / Office Other Software Travel Other Professional/Other Repairs & Maintenace Security Contract

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 54,637 $ 76,125 $ 63,418 $ $ $ 14,192 $ $ 2,000 $ $ 231 $ $ 709 $ $ $ 23,438 $ 4,554 $ $ $ $ $ 50 $ 1,502 $ $ 533 $ $ $ 1,307 $ 518,234 $ 570,000 $ 588,559 $ 579,158 $ 648,125 $ 692,206

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 55,825 $ 16,926 $ 2,000 $ 5,500 $ 5,500 $ 11,800 $ 500 $ $ $ 635,000 $ 733,051

NOTES: New Initiatives The Security budget includes the following new initiatives: $5,500 to upgrade security desk camera system $4,500 to purchase supplies and equipment for parking lot $4,000 for MSDS Online for hazardous materials (annual fee) $7,800 for Report Exec. software for tracking security events (cost is for five licenses for five years) $50,000 for security services at the Albany Extension Center. Other Security Budget Notes The security contract includes the cost of security at the main campus, Center City, and the new Albany Extension Center.

28


ACCOUNT 603-140 603-150 603-240 603-410 603-420 603-480 603-510 603-544 603-545 603-555 603-558 603-559 603-570 603-590 TOTAL

Center City TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Equipment Additional/Other Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Professional/Other Rentals Electric & Gas Water/Sewer - City Alert Telephone Telephone Telecommunications Security All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 14 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT APPROVED EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES BUDGET $ $ $ $ $ $ 20,000 $ $ $ 26,473 $ $ 374,668 $ $ 1,300 $ 2,000 $ 3,085 $ 3,000 $ 4,022 $ 2,500 $ 2,505 $ 4,000 $ 78,116 $ 35,000 $ 78,807 $ 100,000 $ 362,537 $ 364,270 $ 401,318 $ 558,557 $ 30,167 $ 90,000 $ 49,588 $ 60,000 $ $ $ 1,157 $ 4,800 $ $ $ $ $ 4,101 $ 5,000 $ 9,397 $ 8,000 $ 9,183 $ 8,400 $ 9,123 $ 12,000 $ 128 $ 80,000 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 516,027 $ 607,170 $ 929,648 $ 750,357

NOTES: Other Center City Budget Notes Center City costs rental costs increase in 2013-14 because of the annualized cost of expanded classroom space that was completed and occupied in January, 2013. Security at Center City is budgeted in the Security budget in 2013-14.

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ACCOUNT 604-240 604-420 604-480 604-410 604-558 604-559 TOTAL

Albany Extension Center TITLE Equipment Additional/Other Supplies/Office & Other Professional/Other Rentals Telephone Telecommunications

FISCAL 12 ACTUAL EXPENSES $ $ $ $ $ $ $ -

FISCAL 13 APPROVED BUDGET $ $ $ $ $ $ $ -

FISCAL 13 PRELIM ACT EXPENSES $ $ $ $ $ $ $ -

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 400,000 $ 10,000 $ 60,000 $ 100,864 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 $ 580,864

NOTES: New Initiatives Costs for the Albany Extension Center are shown in four budget divisions: salaries in Academic Affairs, startup costs and rent in the budget for the Albany Extension Center, security costs, and fringe benefit costs. Costs and revenues for the Albany site are summarized in Exhibit 2 on page 49 of this document.

30


ACCOUNT 701-140 701-150 701-160 701-180 701-190 701-420 701-440 701-450 701-470 701-480 701-490 701-510 701-590 TOTAL

President's Office TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Overtime Student Workers Supplies/Office & Other Subscriptions & Periodicals Books Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Rentals All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 220,564 $ 213,519 $ 224,762 $ 26,595 $ 57,000 $ 35,000 $ 44,345 $ 44,257 $ 45,089 $ 274 $ 500 $ 60 $ $ $ 1,278 $ 1,765 $ 2,200 $ 2,379 $ 461 $ 1,050 $ 522 $ 50 $ 300 $ $ 898 $ 6,150 $ 7,161 $ 51,949 $ 42,500 $ 36,459 $ 24,094 $ 19,505 $ 18,257 $ 131 $ 150 $ 131 $ 61,270 $ 158,050 $ 16,528 $ 432,397 $ 545,181 $ 387,626

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 216,258 $ 52,000 $ 45,146 $ 500 $ $ 2,200 $ 1,050 $ 300 $ 6,150 $ 42,500 $ $ 311 $ 155,000 $ 521,415

NOTES: President's Office Budget Notes This budget funds the salaries of the College President, the Assistant to the President, and the Executive Secretary to the President. There is also funding for two part-time support staff. Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

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ACCOUNT 702-420 702-460 702-470 702-480 702-490 702-535 702-590 TOTAL

Board of Trustees TITLE Supplies/Office & Other Travel/Faculty Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Legal Services All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ $ 600 $ 26 $ $ $ $ 681 $ 8,100 $ 4,362 $ 25,000 $ 5,000 $ 8,000 $ 3,718 $ 5,600 $ 3,830 $ 70,626 $ 45,000 $ 48,896 $ 2,071 $ 10,200 $ 2,473 $ 102,096 $ 74,500 $ 67,587

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 600 $ $ 8,100 $ 25,000 $ $ $ 10,200 $ 43,900

NOTES: Board of Trustees Budget Notes This budget funds the administrative cost of the nine member Board of Trustees who serve without pay. Professional service costs are mainly for the services of a grant writer. Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support. The budget for legal services has also been moved to General Institutional Support.

32


ACCOUNT 703-140 703-150 703-160 703-180 703-420 703-470 703-480 703-490 703-520 TOTAL

Development TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Overtime Supplies/Office & Other Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Repairs & Maintenance

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 76,610 $ 77,759 $ 77,759 $ 3,630 $ $ $ 37,671 $ 43,377 $ 28,314 $ 306 $ 500 $ $ 529 $ 900 $ 948 $ $ 1,000 $ 134 $ 6,942 $ 13,823 $ 18,049 $ 570 $ 980 $ 633 $ $ 115 $ $ 126,258 $ 138,454 $ 125,837

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 77,759 $ $ 43,819 $ 500 $ 900 $ 1,000 $ 14,000 $ $ 100 $ 138,078

NOTES: Development Budget Notes Most of the spending for Development is reflected in the separate SCCC Foundation budget. This budget funds the salaries of the Development Executive Director and an Executive Secretary. Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

33


ACCOUNT 704-140 704-160 704-170 704-180 704-420 704-460 704-470 704-490 704-530 TOTAL

Human Resources TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Overtime Supplies/Office & Other Travel/Faculty Travel/Other Dues & Memberships Advertising

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 76,703 $ 72,257 $ 133,177 $ 33,887 $ 33,921 $ 35,785 $ 222 $ $ $ $ 250 $ $ 502 $ 1,170 $ 752 $ $ $ 185 $ 4,929 $ 4,600 $ 5,627 $ 165 $ $ 47 $ 15,718 $ 17,650 $ 19,191 $ 132,125 $ 129,848 $ 194,764

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 117,000 $ 37,553 $ $ 250 $ 1,200 $ 800 $ 4,600 $ $ 16,850 $ 178,253

NOTES: Human Resources Budget Notes This budget funds the salaries of three full-time positions including the Executive Director of Human Resources. Travel costs are primarily to reimburse applicants for faculty and other professional positions coming from out of town for interviews. Advertising is for the cost of placing vacancy announcements online and in publications. Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

34


ACCOUNT 705-140 705-150 705-160 705-180 705-420 705-440 705-450 705-470 705-480 705-490 705-590 TOTAL

Assessment & Inst. Effectiveness TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Overtime Supplies/Office & Other Subscriptions & Periodicals Books Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 69,813 $ 95,253 $ 115,496 $ 53,461 $ 15,725 $ 19,054 $ 33,100 $ 36,704 $ 34,596 $ 250 $ 250 $ $ 2,931 $ 575 $ 1,571 $ 558 $ 575 $ 419 $ 182 $ 200 $ 292 $ 3,500 $ 2,775 $ 1,309 $ 7,487 $ $ 928 $ 878 $ 550 $ 901 $ 3,634 $ 275 $ 228 $ 175,793 $ 152,882 $ 174,794

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 152,978 $ $ 36,340 $ 250 $ 800 $ 700 $ 500 $ 2,775 $ 1,000 $ $ 275 $ 195,618

NOTES: New Initiatives Additional funding of $20,000 has been allocated to hire a full-time Research Analyst at a salary of $45,000 in place of the current part-time position. The full-time position will help provide the quantities data needed for decision making and reporting requirements. Other Assessment & Inst Effectiveness Budget Notes Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

35


ACCOUNT 706-140 706-150 706-160 706-180 706-240 706-405 706-420 706-430 706-440 706-470 706-480 706-490 706-520 706-530 706-558 706-570 706-590 706-730 Total

Administration TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Professional Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Overtime Equipment Additional/Other Special College Functions Supplies/Office & Other Printing Subscriptions & Periodicals Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Repairs & Maintenance Advertising Telephone Security All Other Expenses Staff Development

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 111,623 $ 145,069 $ 134,675 $ 2,710 $ $ $ 1,471 $ 68,867 $ 624 $ $ $ 703 $ $ $ $ 2,416 $ $ $ 11,497 $ 500 $ 9,042 $ 6,702 $ 100 $ 150 $ $ 250 $ 175 $ 1,090 $ 3,000 $ 728 $ 19,659 $ 31,544 $ 5,928 $ 2,887 $ 2,500 $ 2,611 $ 1,265 $ 10,000 $ 6,467 $ 334 $ 1,500 $ 638 $ $ $ 115 $ 687 $ 92 $ $ 159 $ $ $ $ $ $ 161,903 $ 263,330 $ 162,543

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 215,875 $ $ $ 938 $ $ $ 5,000 $ 500 $ 250 $ 2,000 $ 5,000 $ $ $ $ 500 $ $ $ $ 230,063

NOTES: Administration Budget Notes Salary costs reflect the salaries of three full-time positions part of which previously were charged to other budgets. The 2013-14 budget funds the salaries of the Vice President of Administration, the Assistant Vice President, and a Confidential Secretary. Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

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ACCOUNT 707-140 707-160 707-170 707-180 707-220 707-240 707-420 707-430 707-470 707-480 707-520 707-533 707-553 707-590 TOTAL

Financial Services TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Overtime Equipment, Replacement Equipment, New Supplies/Office & Other Printing Travel/Other Professional/Other Repairs & Maintenance Credit Card Fees Northeast Information All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 14 ACTUAL APPROVEDPRELIM ACT APPROVED EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES BUDGET $ 92,695 $ 106,889 $ 106,889 $ 106,889 $ 323,887 $ 404,560 $ 351,798 $ 338,849 $ $ 16,389 $ $ 32,504 $ 8,924 $ 3,500 $ 4,637 $ 11,000 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 2,668 $ 1,500 $ 1,369 $ 3,300 $ 2,487 $ 1,500 $ 3,940 $ 1,500 $ 22 $ 1,000 $ 1,378 $ 1,000 $ 6,265 $ $ 672 $ 30,000 $ 716 $ 1,100 $ 716 $ 1,000 $ 52,681 $ 70,000 $ 65,417 $ 60,000 $ $ $ $ $ 37,449 $ $ $ $ 527,794 $ 606,438 $ 536,816 $ 586,042

NOTES: New Initiatives The Financial Services new initiative is $30,000 to purchase an online payroll time entry system [Cost is for software upgrades to Banner and training]. Other Financial Services Budget Notes This budget funds the Bursar's office as well as Financial Services.

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Planning Accountability & Advancement ACCOUNT TITLE 708-140 Professional Staff, Full-Time 708-150 Professional Staff, Part-Time 708-160 Support Staff, Full-Time 708-180 Support Staff, Overtime 708-420 Supplies/Office & Other 708-430 Printing 708-440 Subscriptions & Periodicals 708-460 Travel/Faculty 708-470 Travel/Other 708-480 Professional/Other 708-490 Dues & Memberships 708-530 Advertising TOTAL

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 157,690 $ 159,051 $ 165,922 $ 480 $ $ $ 36,775 $ 37,909 $ 38,185 $ $ 250 $ $ 3,914 $ 1,500 $ 757 $ 38,472 $ 60,000 $ 55,296 $ 820 $ 800 $ 1,074 $ $ $ $ 3,617 $ 2,000 $ 509 $ 28,134 $ 50,165 $ 50,954 $ 345 $ 670 $ 225 $ 167,875 $ 170,000 $ 161,510 $ 438,122 $ 482,345 $ 474,432

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 165,922 $ $ 39,919 $ 250 $ 1,500 $ 60,000 $ 800 $ $ 2,000 $ 50,165 $ $ 210,000 $ 530,556

NOTES: New Initiatives An additional $40,000 in advertising has been provided to publicize new programs (Supply Chain Management and Casino & Gaming Management) as well as the January 2014 opening of the Albany Extension Center.

Other Planning, Accountability, & Advancement Budget Notes Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

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ACCOUNT 710-140 710-160 710-170 710-180 710-240 710-410 710-420 710-430 710-470 710-480 710-490 710-558 710-590 TOTAL

College Services TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Part-Time Support Staff, Overtime Equipment Additional/Other Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Printing Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Telephone All Other Expenses

FISCAL 12 ACTUAL EXPENSES $ 89,199 $ 133,123 $ $ 723 $ 62 $ 21 $ 3,274 $ $ 1,000 $ 4,677 $ $ $ $ 232,080

FISCAL 13 APPROVED BUDGET $ 106,575 $ 118,107 $ $ 500 $ $ $ 3,000 $ 1,400 $ 1,000 $ $ $ $ 75,000 $ 305,582

FISCAL 13 PRELIM ACT EXPENSES $ 116,998 $ 92,675 $ 5,878 $ 2,643 $ $ $ 2,035 $ $ 420 $ $ 293 $ 7,831 $ 6 $ 228,779

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 45,000 $ 88,189 $ 14,943 $ 4,000 $ 5,000 $ $ 4,000 $ 1,400 $ 1,000 $ 15,000 $ $ $ 5,000 $ 183,532

NOTES: Other College Services Budget Notes

In 2013-14, this budget funds the cost of the salaries of the employees in mail and copy room as well as the Coordinator of Campus Events. Professional service costs are for sound and lighting set-up for campus events. Some salary costs have been transferred to Administration. Dues and memberships for all divisions have been moved to General Institutional Support.

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Special Facilities Programming ACCOUNT TITLE 750-420 Supplies/Office & Other 750-480 Professional/Other TOTAL

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 84 $ $ $ 13,875 $ 15,000 $ 19,168 $ 13,959 $ 15,000 $ 19,168

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ $ $ -

NOTES: Special Facilities Programming Budget Notes This cost has been transferred to the College Service budget.

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ACCOUNT 801-140 801-160 801-190 801-210 801-220 801-225 801-230 801-240 801-410 801-420 801-425 801-440 801-470 801-480 801-490 801-510 801-520 801-530 801-534 801-535 801-558 801-559 801-561 801-562 801-563 801-570 801-580 801-585 801-590 801-730 801-740 801-785 TOTAL

General Institutional Services TITLE Professional Staff, Full-Time Support Staff, Full-Time Student Workers Equipment Replacement/Instruction Equipment Replacement/Other Equipment Office/Classroom Equipment Additional/Instructional Equipment Additional/Other Supplies/Instructional Supplies/Office & Other Software Subscriptions & Periodicals Travel/Other Professional/Other Dues & Memberships Rentals Repairs & Maintenance Advertising Audit/CPA Services Legal Services Telephone Telecommunications Bulk Mail Metered Mail Postage, Other Security Insurance Interest Expense All Other Expenses Staff Development Recruitment Project Middle States Expense

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 26,480 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 2,000 $ $ 698 $ 70,000 $ $ 77,881 $ 100,000 $ 84,025 $ $ $ $ $ 50,000 $ 1,652 $ 160,425 $ 150,000 $ 19,586 $ 2,167 $ 28,053 $ 4,261 $ 35,407 $ 23,000 $ 32,332 $ 749 $ $ 12,631 $ 893 $ $ $ 7 $ $ 609 $ 75,238 $ 119,000 $ 46,748 $ 6,000 $ $ 23,322 $ 26,261 $ 32,024 $ $ 2,374 $ 30,000 $ 30,207 $ $ 1,000 $ $ 53,052 $ 53,000 $ 51,606 $ $ $ $ 40,918 $ 106,600 $ 44,795 $ 1,564 $ $ 2,595 24,795 $ $ 60,000 $ 44,795 $ 54,455 $ 95,000 $ 60,621 $ $ $ 1,833 $ 3,338 $ $ $ 136,519 $ 125,000 $ 145,726 $ 12,889 $ $ 1,104 $ 121,644 $ 307,000 $ 225,026 $ 6,849 $ 16,000 $ 15,011 $ $ $ 7,008 $ 18,111 $ 6,000 $ 14,840 $ 894,476 $ 1,341,653 $ 896,594

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 100,000 $ 55,000 $ $ 30,000 $ $ 50,000 $ 75,000 $ 70,000 $ 10,000 $ 60,000 $ 95,000 $ $ $ 150,000 $ $ 300,000 $ 16,000 $ 30,000 $ 15,000 $ 1,056,000

NOTES: General Institutional Services Budget Notes Equipment costs in 2012-14 are budgeted in Academic Affairs, Information Technology, and the Albany Extension Center. Dues and Memberships, Legal Services, and the Recruitment Project have been moved from other budget divisions to Institutional Support. Insurance costs are the cost of property and liability insurance for the College and its employees. All Other Expenses include $200,000 paid to Schenectady County Metroplex for the use of downtown parking garages. Recruitment is student recruitment and includes $7,200 for HCAT, $1,000 for Honors, and $6,500 for Music. Middle State Expense refer to the on-going cost of re-accreditation by the Middle States.

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ACCOUNT 901-801 901-802 901-803 901-821 901-831 901-832 901-841 901-851 901-861 TOTAL

Benefits TITLE NYS Employees' Retirement NYS Teachers' Retirement TIAA-CREF Social Security Workers' Compensation Unemployment Insurance Medical Insurance Employee Tuition Benefits Compensated Absences

FISCAL 12 FISCAL 13 FISCAL 13 ACTUAL APPROVED PRELIM ACT EXPENSES BUDGET EXPENSES $ 774,460 $ 845,000 $ 929,244 $ 128,353 $ 180,500 $ 148,754 $ 659,196 $ 800,000 $ 650,315 $ 989,867 $ 1,040,827 $ 1,031,035 $ 232,690 $ 30,000 $ 63,369 $ 36,258 $ 45,000 $ 46,675 $ 2,816,979 $ 3,376,666 $ 2,925,370 $ 14,284 $ 16,000 $ 13,035 $ 207,147 $ 140,000 $ $ 5,859,235 $ 6,473,993 $ 5,807,797

FISCAL 14 APPROVED BUDGET $ 929,500 $ 250,000 $ 856,000 $ 1,114,000 $ 30,000 $ 45,000 $ 3,408,000 $ 18,000 $ 200,000 $ 6,850,500

NOTES: NOTES: Benefits Budget Notes The budgets for retirement and Social Security are based on increases in payroll as well as expected increases in rates for both the NYS Employees' Retirement plan and the NYS Teacher's Retirement plan. The budget for Medical Insurance of $3.4 million assumes a 10% rate increase over a projected 2013 expense of $2.9 million, coupled with $218,000 in insurance costs for new employees. Workers Compensation costs are self-insured and vary from year to year. Compensated absences reflect the value of unused annual leave.

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Revenue Detail 2013-14

2012-13 Budget

2012-13 2013-14 Prelim. Actual Approved Budget

ACCOUNT TITLE Student Tuition 5001 5002 5003

Full-Time, Fall Full-Time, Spring Full-Time, Summer Total Full-Time

$ $ $ $

4,552,378 4,246,269 11,900 8,810,547

$ $ $ $

4,517,269 4,118,117 6,768 8,642,154

$ $ $ $

4,677,430 4,214,896 11,900 8,904,226

5009

Total College in High School

$

576,220

$

594,300

$

576,220

5011 5012 5013

Part-Time, Fall Part-Time, Spring Part-Time, Summer Total Part-Time

$ $ $ $

1,542,637 1,654,409 1,433,297 4,630,343

$ $ $ $

1,436,750 1,544,667 967,190 3,948,607

$ $ $ $

1,458,018 1,530,053 1,198,500 4,186,571

5014 5015 5016

Non-Credit SA- Fall Non-Credit SA- Spring Non-Credit SA- Summer Total Non-Credit SA

$ $ $ $

16,800 18,900 6,300 42,000

$ $ $ $

10,890 12,175 4,335 27,400

$ $ $ $

14,800 16,650 5,550 37,000

5031 5032

Total Non-Resident - Full Time Total Non-Resident - Part Time Total Non-Resident Tuition

$ $ $

169,200 56,400 225,600

$ $ $

115,239 86,863 202,102

$ $ $

169,200 56,400 225,600

Total Student Tuition Revenue

$

14,284,710

$

13,414,563

$

13,929,617

Student Fees 5042 5043 5044

Extension & Public Service -Fall Extension & Public Service -Spring Extension & Public Service -Summer Total Extension & Public Service

$ $ $ $

20,750 41,500 20,750 83,000

$ $ $ $

30,779 48,659 23,954 103,392

$ $ $ $

37,000 74,000 37,000 148,000

5046

Workforce Development Income

$

74,000

$

7,450

$

30,000

5049

Community Events

$

-

$

35,005

$

40,000

5084 5085 5075 5083 5076 5082

Total Technology Fee, Full-Time Total Technology Fee, Part-Time Total Laboratory Fees Total Distance Learning Fee Total Music Lesson Fee Total EMT Fees

$ $ $ $ $ $

498,065 262,714 356,000 140,000 155,000 -

$ $ $ $ $ $

490,436 228,636 326,114 145,095 139,630 10,901

$ $ $ $ $

503,361 237,536 365,400 120,000 150,500

$

8,600

5071 5074 5086 5077 5081

Late Registration Fees Transcript Fees Exam Fees Returned Check Fees CLEP Exam Fees Total Other Student Fees

$ $ $ $ $ $

3,000 15,000 2,500 300 5,000 25,800

$ $ $ $ $ $

315 26,096 2,365 240 6,182 35,198

$ $ $ $ $ $

500 17,500 2,500 300 5,000 25,800

Total Student Fees

$

1,594,579

$

1,521,857

$

1,629,197 43


2012-13 Budget

2012-13 2013-14 Prelim. Actual Approved Budget

Governmental Aid & Support 5091

Sponsoring Community Contribution

$

5101

Total County Operating Chargebacks

$

State Aid- FTE State Aid - Rental State Aid - High Need Total State Aid

$ $ $ $

Total Governmental Aid & Support

5161

2,098,694

$

2,098,694

$

2,098,694

$

87

$

1,577,710

8,936,685 306,962 15,925 9,259,572

$ $ $ $

8,865,306

$

9,275,130

$ $

422,525 10,000

$

9,707,655

$

11,358,266

$

10,964,087

$

13,384,059

$ $ $ $ $ $

4,079 79,500 317 143,159 335 336,028

$ $ $ $ $

5,000 180,000 16,000 100,000 500

$

563,418

$

301,500

$

264,055

$ $

29,508,427 29,508,427

-

Other Revenues 5111 5121 5058 5054 5078 5050 5051

Interest Income Rental Income Admin Expense Federal Funds Grant Revenue - Indirect Cost Parking Fines Unclassified - Prior Years Unclassified Current Year Total Other Revenues

$ $ $ $ $

15,000 180,000 16,000 100,000 7,000

$ $

300 318,300

Fund Balance

$

Total Revenue Total Expenditures

$ $

27,555,855 27,555,855

$ $ $

26,463,925 25,516,588

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Exhibit 1 2013-14 Chargeback Calculation A

Total Budget

$ 29,508,427

B

Costs Not Allowable

$

C D E F G H I

Service Fees Rental Income from Real Property Interest Income Unclassified Revenues Total and Offsets Total Tuition State Aid

J K

Total Reductions Balance to fund

L M N O P Q R

Total FTEs Budgeted Gross per FTE Charge Back Adjustment from FY 2011-2012 Adjusted Rate Lowest $10 < $0 # of Non-resident FTEs Total Estimated Chargeback Revenues

-

$ 1,629,196 $ 180,000 $ 5,000 $ 116,500 $ 1,930,696 =C+D+E+F $ 13,704,017 $ 9,707,655 $ 25,342,368 =B+G+H+I $ 4,166,059 =A-J

$ $ $ $ $

3,887 1,072 =K/L 101 1,173 =M+N 1,170 1,348 =40% of Budgeted Regular Enrollment 1,577,710

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Exhibit 2 SCCC Albany Financial Plan 2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

Comments

EXPENDITURES Faculty Salaries Full-time Faculty Adjunct Faculty Site Manager Support Staff (Receptionist) Total Salaries

$ $ $ $ $

45,000 164,000 50,000 20,000 279,000

$ $ $ $ $

91,350 332,920 50,750 31,950 506,970

$ $ $ $ $

92,720 344,572 51,511 34,027 522,830

$ $ $ $ $

94,111 356,632 52,284 36,238 539,266

$ $ $ $ $

95,523 369,114 53,068 38,594 556,299

Fringe Benefits

$

112,800

$

153,609

$

158,044

$

162,643

$

167,415

Facilities Rent (incl. util. & maint.) Parking Security Equipment (Start Up) Other Total Facilities

$ $ $ $ $ $

100,864 40,000 50,000 400,000 20,000 610,864

$ $ $

151,924 61,800 77,250

$ $ $

151,924 63,654 79,568

$ $ $

151,924 65,564 81,955

$ $ $

151,924 13 per sq. ft. 67,531 3% incr. per year 84,413 3% incr. per year

$ $

30,000 320,974

$ $

30,000 325,146

$ $

30,000 329,442

$ $

30,000 333,868

Total Expenditures

$ 1,002,664

$

981,553

$ 1,006,020

$ 1,031,351

$ 1,057,582

Tuition @ $141 per credit hr Chargeback revenue State Aid @ $2,422 per FTE State Aid - Rental Space SCCC Fund Balance

$ $ $ $

423,000 88,800 42,363 *

$ $ $ $

846,000 118,240 242,200 63,808

$ $ $ $

$ $ $ $

$ $ $ $

Total Revenues

$

554,163

$ 1,270,248

1.5% sal. incr. per year 3.5% incr. per. year 1.5% sal incr per year CSEA scale +1.5%

REVENUES 862,920 124,522 484,400 63,808

$ 1,535,650

880,178 133,005 494,088 63,808

$ 1,571,079

897,782 147,890 503,970 63,808

$ 1,613,450

* The College will be using fund balance of $264,055 to fund one-time costs because State aid generated will not be received until the following year.

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The 2013-14 Approved Budget for Schenectady County Community College