The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga UPRAC Budget

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga UPRAC Budget

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga UPRAC Budget Presentation Dr. Richard L. Brown, Jr. Vice Chancellor of Finance & Operations UTC 2010-11 Budget and Financial Planning Financial Re-Balancing For Efficiency and Effectiveness Year Two Reduced Academic Quality State Allocations New Funding Formula Performance Metrics Accreditation Instruction Gen Ed QEP New University Advancement Model Capital Campaign Athletics Master Plan Campus Master Plan Facilities Growth Sustainability IT Strategic Plan Services Governance Communication Tuition and Fees Benchmarking Transparency Resource Allocations Accountability Student Support Services 2010-2011

Alignment of Resources to the Strategic Initiatives Cost Going Forward New Summer School Plan Improvements QEP Transfer Scholarships Library Funding Graduate Assistantships (Phase 1) 2 Positions Supporting Doctorate of Nursing Program Completion of Faculty Hires Institutional Research Compliance Officer Student Development Judicial Officer Sustainability Office Position (currently on stimulus funds) New IT Head (hired on Technology Fee Funds) Safety Officer Facilities Staffing (Operating New Square Footage) Raise Lower-level Employees to $8.50/hr per CFOs and UT HR Mandated Safety Compliance (15K Sprinklers; 40K Fire Alarms) Utilities (Add $50,000 for Water and $50,000 for Utilities) Operating Budgets - Academic Affairs Operating Budgets - Administration $250,000.00 50,000.00 400,000.00 100,000.00 80,375.00 141,000.00 500,000.00 70,000.00 76,845.00 75,000.00 150,000.00 30,000.00 50,000.00 58,000.00 55,000.00 250,000.00 100,000.00 80,000.00 Total $2,516,220.00

Summary of New Allocations Request Chancellor's Office $125,000 Academic Affairs $3,182,619 Athletics $2,100,000 Finance & Operations $1,501,751 Student Development $236,200 University Advancement $160,432 Other Requests $57,560 Total $7,363,562 Chancellors Office Request Department Chancellor's Office Project 125th Anniversary Celebration (Non-recurring Request) Resources Requested $125,000 Total $125,000

Total Chancellor's Office Request $125,000 Academic Affairs Division Request Category Salaries/Positions Project CCCE - Sandra Cole (+ Benefits) CECS - (Alex) Brent Rollins (+ Benefits) CECS - Jan Evans (+ Benefits) CECS - Justin Worley (+ Benefits) Chemistry - Stephanie Whitson (+ Benefits) Communications - Michael Andrews (+ Benefits) Criminal Justice - Sara Knox (+ Benefits) Economics - Catherine Middleton (+ Benefits) English - Conversion of New Department Head (+ Benefits) English - Jill Beard (+ Benefits) English - Krista McKay (+ Benefits) English - Stephanie Todd (+ Benefits) Foreign Languages - Lucia Montas (+ Benefits) HHP - Roxanna Begum (+ Benefits) History - James Guilfoyle (+ Benefits) Math - Davut Tuncer (+ Benefits) Math - Deborah Shepherd (+ Benefits) Math - Hadley Prigmore (+ Benefits) Math - Phuoc Le Ho (+ Benefits) Math - Tankut Dogrul (+ Benefits) Resources Requested $40,169 $107,250 $64,350 $41,642 $41,640 $70,608 $44,326 $47,110 $15,689 $47,168 $40,299 $39,872 $42,976 $59,625 $33,659

$53,000 $58,860 $45,934 $59,220 $57,551 Academic Affairs Division Request Salaries/Positions Nursing - Angela Collier (+ Benefits) $64,350 (continued) Nursing - Kelly Good (+ Benefits) $53,550 Nursing - Ray Howard (+ Benefits) $67,132 OIR - Sheila Pace Stone (+ Benefits) $12,929 OPSP - Jennifer Hoff (+ Benefits) $27,050 OPSP - Stephanie DeOlloqui (+ Benefits) $27,050 Psychology - Conversion of New Department Head (+ Benefits) $19,883 Records Office - Cindy Ashley (+ Benefits) $29,100 Records Office - Wilson Walker (+ Benefits) $23,587

Sim Center - Benjamin E. Swords (+ Benefits) $41,470 Social Work - Veliska Thomas (+ Benefits) $47,110 Sociology - Susan Ritz (+ Benefits) $57,200 SOE - Carol Brand (+ Benefits) $71,500 SOE - Michael Hauser (+ Benefits) $29,430 Total $1,582,289 Academic Affairs Division Request Operating Advisement - Freshman Orientation $26,325 CASS - Operating CECS - Operating $5,000 $104,316 Chairs of Excellence $100,000 CHEPS - Operating $21,400 Enrollment - Operating

$40,000 Institutional Research - Operating $21,689 International Education Provost Office - Commencement Costs $100,000 $51,200 Provost Office - Step Ahead Math $10,000 Provost Office- Adjunct Expense $600,000 Provost Office - New Faculty Moving Expenses $50,000 Provost Office - New Faculty Start-up Expenses QEP - Unfunded Operating Cost $150,000 $115,000 Walker Teaching Resource Center - AACU Travel $10,000 Walker Teaching Resource Center - New Location Expenses $195,400 Total $1,600,330 Total Academic Affairs Request $3,182,619

Category Personnel Operating Equipment & Facilities Student Aid Athletic Department Request Resources Requested Project Competitive Wages and Market Adjustments Business Manager Director of Game Operations Administrative Assistant Strength and Conditioning Wellness (Nutrition, Mental Health, etc.) Assistant Coaches (per equity plan) Total $350,000 Total $1,000,000 Total $150,000 Total $600,000 Total Athletics Request $2,100,000 Travel Recruiting

Officials Security Strategic Gender Equity and Diversity McKenzie Master Plan Golf Player Development Facility Engle Track/Soccer Maintenance Reinstatement of Lost Scholarships Summer School and Post-Eligibility Progress Towards NCAA Maximum-allowable Levels FOIT Division Request Department Vice Chancellor for Finance & Operations Project Travel Training & Operating Business & Financial Affairs No Requests Auxiliary Services (E&G Funds) Mocs Card Travel & Operating Mocs Card Income Increase Arena & Fine Arts Resources Requested Total $5,000 $5,000 $10,000 Total

$0 $0 Total $1,900 ($1,900) $0 Total $7,000 $9,100 $650 $14,500 $3,169 $1,610 $113,000 ($16,750) ($19,279) ($113,000) $0 Arena - Floor Cleaning Equipment Chapel Rental - Part-time Employee Chapel Rental - Operating Fine Arts Center - Student Employees Fine Arts Center - Operating Chancellor's Concert - Operating Arena Miscellaneous - Operating Chapel Rental Income Increase Fine Arts Center Income Increase Arena Miscellaneous Income Increase FOIT Division Request Facilities Plant & Utilities for New Square Footage $250,000 Management Minor Maint. Term Positions to Permanent (+ Benefits)

$76,940 New Square Footage - Contracts, Services & Supplies $75,000 Public Safety - Lieutenant & Admin Asst. Positions (+ Benefits) $106,185 Public Safety - Training, Supplies & Equipment $45,000 Total $553,125 Disbursements & Bursar's Office - Degree Completion Pay Increase $1,000 Payroll Business Services - Buyer Term Position to Permanent (+ Benefit) $46,000 Collection Agency Commission Expenses $20,000 Total $67,000 Information Transition of PBX to VOIP (1st of 3 Year Phase In) $125,000 Technology Upgrade and Sustain Lupton Podiums

$132,342 Computer Refresh (1st Year of 4 Year Cycle) $450,000 Total $707,342 FOIT Division Request Equity & Admin. Specialist Term Position to Permanent (+ Benefits) Diversity Operating $32,584 $9,500 Equipment $500 Total $42,584 Human Full Funding of Current Employee Relations Events $17,200 Resources Enhancement of Professional Development $10,000 Full Funding of Background Checks on New Hires $3,500 Total Safety

$30,700 Safety Inspector (+ Benefits) $36,000 Fire Alarm Inspections $40,000 Sprinkler Obstruction Testing $15,000 Total $91,000 Total FOIT Request $1,501,751 Student Development Division Request Department Placement Office Resources Requested Project Assistant Director Position (+ Benefits) $50,000 Operating Funds $8,000 Total $58,000 Office for Students Operating Funds $10,000

with Disabilities Equipment Needs $15,000 Total University Center Evening/Weekends Position (+Benefits) $53,200 Additional Custodial Services $10,000 Total Graduate Assistants $25,000 Six Graduate Assistants ($15,000 per GA) $63,200 $90,000 Total $90,000 Total Student Development Request $236,200 University Advancement Division Request Department Resources Requested Project University

Photo Assistant (+ Benefits) $40,108 Relations Staff Writer (+ Benefits) $40,108 Web Assistant (+ Benefits) $40,108 Web Assistant (+ Benefits) $40,108 Total $160,432 Total University Advancement Request $160,432 Shared Governance Groups & Strategic Plan Request Governance Group or Department Council of Academic Resources Requested Project Fall Retreat and/or Department Head Training $2,500 Department Heads Total Faculty Faculty Senate - UHON Support (both semesters)

Senate Faculty Senate - Licensed Copy of Adobe Contribute $2,000 $60 General Education - Fall Retreat $5,000 General Education - Category Leaders Program $3,500 General Education - National Conference Attendance $7,500 General Education - Graduate Assistant $15,000 General Education - UHON Support (both semesters) $2,000 Total University Strategic Plan $2,500 CUMU Conference Speaker Expenses (Non-recurring Request) $35,060 $20,000 Total $20,000 Total Other Request $57,560

Governors Budget Summary 2% Reduction in Recurring State Appropriations: $(779,400) 1.6% State-Funded Salary Increase: $605,000 (Only 60% Funded by the State of Tennessee) Health Insurance Premium Increase: $173,100 Formula Implementation Adjustments: $3,900 Employee Salary Increase Projections Percent Increase Salary Expense Benefit Expense Total Expense Required Tuition Increase 1.6% $880,000.00 $176,000.00 $1,056,000.00 2.42% 1.4% $770,000.00 $154,000.00 $924,000.00 2.11% 3% $1,650,000.00 $330,000.00

$1,980,000.00 4.53% 4% $2,200,000.00 $440,000.00 $2,640,000.00 6.04% 5% $2,750,000.00 $550,000.00 $3,300,000.00 7.55% Assumptions 1) The salary projections are based on UTC's annual salary cost of $55,000,000 as of Jan. 1, 2011. 2) A 1% tuition increase yields approximately $437,000 net after scholarships. Governors Budget Capital Budget Recommendations Capital Outlay: No Projects Capital Maintenance: $7,450,000 for Holt Hall Improvements Institutionally Funded Projects: $3,500,000 for Lupton Library Classroom Retrofit

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