The College of Arts, Letters, and
Social Sciences
2004-05
Constructing the Next Level
of Academic Excellence
WELCOME!!
Thanks to:
Tom Acord
Marilyn Silva
Pablo Arreola
New Department Chairs
 Pat Zajac: Criminal Justice Administration
 Janet Patterson: Communicative Sciences and Disorders
 James Murphy: English
 Patricia Guthrie: Human Development and Women’s




Studies
Terrence Kelly: Philosophy
Tom Hird: Theatre and Music
Xeno Rasmusson: Liberal Studies
Diane Beeson: Sociology and Anthropology
FERPers
(Faculty Early Retirement Plan)
 Tom Acord: Music
 Alan Almquist: Anthropology
 Sherman Lewis: Political Science
 Teresa Myintoo: Modern Languages
Retirements
Faculty:
 Roberta Brokaw: Music
 Benjamin Carmichael: Criminal Justice
 Juan Gonzales: Sociology
 Bill Langan: Philosophy
 Ann Meyer: Human Development
 Carlos Navarro: Ethnic Studies
 Mark Neithercutt: Criminal Justice
 Ric Prindle: Theatre
Staff:
 Douglas Cattaneo, Theatre
 Juanita Kern, Art
 Sylvia Medeiros, ALSS
State of the College of Arts, Letters,
and Social Sciences
Constructing the Next Level of Academic Excellence
1.
College demographics
2.
College financial profile
3.
College goals for 2004-05
College Workforce Demographics
2003-04
2004-05
Variance
Regular faculty
148
133
15
Lecturers
146
110
36
3
3
0
51
38
13
348
284
64
FACULTY
STAFF
Management
Non-management
TOTAL WORKFORCE
Full-time Equivalent Students (FTES)
2002-03 compared to 2003-04
College Enrollment Target
2004-05
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
FTES Achieved
4,528
4,607
4,545
Variance
+176
+79
-62
2004-05
4,667 (target)
Fiscal Year 2003-04 College Budget
Budgeted
Actuals
Variance
Base Budget:
Base
15,538,685
15,538,685
0
General Reduction Fund
(412,649)
(412,649)
0
Prior Year Deficit Reduction
(125,000)
(125,000)
0
15,001,036
15,001,036
0
803,136
750,237
(52,899)
Concurrent Enrollment
155,972
155,972
0
Subtotal Supplemental
959,108
906,209
(52,899)
467,231
429,769
(37,462)
0
(150,035)
(150,035)
467,231
279,734
(187,497)
16,427,375
16,186,979
(240,396)
Revised Base Budget
Revenue:
Supplemental
Other Revenue Adjustments:
Bank
Mid-Year Rescission
Subtotal Other Revenue
Adjustments
TOTAL ADJUSTED REVENUE
Fiscal Year 2003-04 College Budget
Fixed Salary Costs:
Tenure Track
9,132,675
9,158,734
26,059
Staff
1,947,800
1,924,135
(23,665)
MPP
284,685
295,067
10,382
Lecturers/Teaching Associates
3,969,451
4,070,887
101,436
Subtotal Fixed Salary Costs
15,334,611
15,448,823
114,212
Supplies and Services
387,000
203,115
(183,885)
Instructional Technology
200,000
239,242
39,242
Subtotal Other Fixed Costs
587,000
442,357
(144,643)
15,921,611
15,891,180
(30,431)
50,000
56,217
6,217
College Faculty Fellows
0
0
0
Dean's Fund for Academic Support
0
0
0
Dean's Discretionary
100,000
0
(100,000)
Subtotal Other Costs
150,000
56,217
(93,783)
16,071,611
15,947,397
(124,214)
355,764
239,582
(116,182)
Other Fixed Costs:
Subtotal Fixed Costs
Other Costs:
Faculty Travel Funds
TOTAL COSTS
OVERAGE/(SHORTAGE)
Fiscal Year 2004-05 College Budget
Budgeted
Base Budget:
Base
General Reduction Fund
Revised Base Budget
15,126,036
(403,441)
14,722,595
Revenue:
Supplemental
Concurrent Enrollment
200,000
384,678
Sabbaticals
60,740
Distance Learning
86,429
Subtotal Supplemental
731,847
Other Revenue Adjustments:
Bank
Mid-Year Rescission
Subtotal Other Revenue Adjustments
TOTAL ADJUSTED REVENUE
239,582
0
239,582
15,694,024
Fiscal Year 2004-05 College Budget
Fixed Salary Costs:
Tenure Track
8,591,560
Staff
1,541,206
MPP
345,506
Lecturers/Teaching Associates
3,462,879
Subtotal Fixed Salary Costs
13,941,151
Other Fixed Costs:
Supplies and Services
380,400
Instructional Technology
107,000
Subtotal Other Fixed Costs
487,400
Subtotal Fixed Costs
14,428,551
Fiscal Year 2004-05 College Budget
Other Costs:
Faculty Travel Funds
50,000
College Faculty Fellows
20,000
Dean's Fund for Academic Support
10,000
Dean's Discretionary
50,000
College Reserve
300,000
Subtotal Other Costs
430,000
One Time Expenses
Retirement Annuities
140,000
Marketing/Publications
75,000
Schedule Augmentation
300,000
Subtotal One Time Costs
515,000
TOTAL COSTS
OVERAGE/(SHORTAGE)
15,373,551
320,473
Budget Reductions: 2002-2005
Budget
Unadjusted
Reduction
Adjusted
%
Year
Base
to Base
Base
Reduction
2002-03
$15,931,125
$392,440
$15,538,685
2.50%
2003-04
$15,538,685
$412,649
$15,126,036
2.70%
2004-05
$15,126,036
$403,441
$14,722,595
2.70%
College Faculty Development
and
Academic Program Support
1.
Faculty Travel Funds
2.
ALSS Faculty Fellows
3.
Dean’s Fund for Academic Support
Dean’s Priorities for 2004-05
1.
Rebuilding the College faculty
2.
Meeting the College FTES target
3.
Ensuring the College’s financial solvency
Tenure-track Searches 2004-05
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Theatre
Sociology
History
Criminal Justice Administration
Human Development
Ethnic Studies
Music
Modern Languages and Literatures
Communicative Sciences and Disorders
Alternates:
10.
Anthropology
11.
Art
College Faculty Ethnicity Profile 2001-03
New College Faculty
Dawna Komorosky: Criminal Justice Administration
Melissa Michelson: Political Science
Sarah Nielson: English
Keri O’Neal: Human Development
Phu Phan: Social Work
Allison Varzally: History
Evaon Wong-Kim: Social Work
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