- SIFC Presentation
- MU #1: What are you doing to relieve staff of cumbersome workloads?
- MU #2: How are you working to improve your relationship with the AABC? What are the challenges?
- MU #3: Provide an update on the MU’s diversity action plan. What is your educational plan?
- MU #4: What are the SEC impact costs?
- MU #5: What is the MU doing to off-set the loss of income from the Bookstore departure?
- MU #6: What are your revenue streams from sources other than student fees?
- MU #7: Update on Building/Equipment Reserve funding.
- General #1: How many students you serve through your programs/events/employment?
- General #2: What is the number of student employees/percent of staff?
- General #3: Updated short-term strategic plan (update from what you told SCSFSP last year)
- General #4: Wage parity for professional faculty compared with other schools.
- General #5: How you are dealing with increased enrollment?
- General #6: What events/activities/programs you are putting on for students?
- General #7: Which line items will increase, and which will decrease, with increased enrollment?
- General #8: Ways in which you are looking at increasing efficiency-cutting items to keep fee low
- General #9: Outside funding sources (not Student Fee dollars)
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Below is a link to the presentation that Ashley Barnes (MU President) and Amanda Hartley (MU Board Member) gave to the SIFC committee on Monday, February 27, 2012. mu2013sifc hearing presentation part 1 mu2013sifc hearing presentation part 2
We have proposed two new positions that will relieve a significant portion of overload in SLI. Student responses to our benchmarking surveys indicate that this is an area where further investment would result in greater student satisfaction with their experience … Continue reading
The MU Leadership Team has met with AABC-MU leadership and established mutually beneficial goals. The biggest challenges are figuring out budgetary information flow (status reports throughout the year), and determining the boundaries and handoffs that can number into the dozens … Continue reading
One of the two new positions has a significant portion of its duties defined as providing leadership to our diversity training needs organization-wide. The establishment of this position will supplement existing diversity action efforts, such as active participation in the … Continue reading
Because our project was suspended as of June 2011 until Oregon Legislative approval could be obtained, we have not updated any of this information. Impact costs developed last year are the most accurate available and further refinement cannot occur until … Continue reading
Most of the revenue cannot be off-set and was predicted as a fee increase prior to the project going to referendum. However, to the greatest degree possible, new revenue generation was the focus of space allocation discussions with the MU … Continue reading
Most of this is detailed in our annual budget. Largest revenue streams to the MU Building come from our Bookstore lease (#1), Event Support/Room Rentals (#2), and return to the MU from Food Service (#3).
A detailed analysis of our cash position for our operating fund and reserve accounts accompanies the annual budget request. Working Capital and Reserves
Programs: That’s a tough question to concisely answer when you look at the scope of what the MU budget covers programmatically speaking. Student Events and Activities supports 380 student organizations which list a minimum of 1,530 student leaders and 17,519 … Continue reading
We have approximately 373 student employees and 45 full-time staff. That would be a 10:1 ratio of student employees to full-time staff.