PM 00-03 (Revised 10/16/03)

President James E. Lyons, Sr.

 


CSUDH Assessment, Planning, and Resource Allocation


 

Principles and Assumptions

 

Key Bodies in the Process

 

 

 

 

PM 00-03 (Revised 10/16/03)                                                                 

President James E. Lyons, Sr.

 

In order to provide continuity, UBC voting members will serve staggered terms of two years.  If members are unable to complete their terms, the process to replace them will be repeated as described above.  Members will be chosen, in part, on their ability to apply a University rather than a divisional perspective to their budget recommendations. 

 

Staff support to the UBC shall be provided by Administration and Finance.  No Division shall have more than two appointees, one voting and one non-voting Budget/Fiscal officer, serving on the UBC.  Academic Senate faculty appointees shall not be considered to be appointees of the Division of Academic Affairs and shall be voting members of UBC. 

 

The UBC will issue a call to university divisions for assessment, planning, and resource allocation reports.  After receipt of these reports, the UBC will hear presentations from all divisions of the University.  The UBC will make recommendations regarding existing programs that should be supported, existing programs that should not be supported, new programs that should be supported, and resource allocations.  These recommendations are in response to proposals from division heads and Program Effectiveness Councils.

 

After its deliberations, the UBC will forward its recommendations to the UPC and to the President, who will consult with appropriate groups prior to announcement of the annual resource allocation plan.