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PLANNING AND BUDGET COMMITTEE

DISTRICT AND COLLEGE MISSION STATEMENTS 

RSCCD Mission: The mission of the Rancho Santiago Community College District is to provide quality educational programs and services that address the needs of our diverse students and communities.

Santa Ana College Mission: The mission of Santa Ana College is to be a leader and partner in meeting the intellectual, cultural, technological and workforce development needs of our diverse community. Santa Ana College provides access and equity in a dynamic learning environment that prepares students for transfer, careers and lifelong intellectual pursuits in a global community.

Santa Ana College Vision Themes: I. Student Achievement; II. Use of Technology; III. Innovation; IV. Community; V. Workforce Development; VI. Emerging American Community.

The mission of the PLANNING & BUDGET COMMITTEE
The Planning and Budget Committee is the participatory governance committee responsible for recommending budget priorities, procedures, and processes to the College Council. The Planning and Budget Committee also functions as a community liaison for fiscal affairs with the college community.  

The Planning and Budget Committee:

  • Reviews the college budget and district resource allocation model and recommends overall budget priorities, procedures, and processes for the annual budget, including appropriations and priorities for facilities modifications.
  • Recommends and monitors a long-range fiscal plan with consideration of priorities consistent with district and college planning.
  • Reviews state and federal legislation for local budget impact; on a quarterly basis.
  • Reviews revenues, expenditures, and proposed budget adjustments.
  • Reviews and recommends a budget calendar and processes for resource allocation, including guidelines for developing tentative, and adopted budgets.
  • Communicates, through its members, with the college community on fiscal issues, the committee’s work, and recommendations.

 2015/2016 Committee Goals

 
2016/2017 MEMBERSHIP
Dr. Michael Collins -  Vice President, Administrative Services, Co-chair
Ray Hicks - Faculty Co-chair
Administration Jim Kennedy, Carlos Lopez and Lilia Tanakeyowma
Academic Senate Representation Elliott Jones, Brian Sos, George Wright, Monica Zarske and John Zarske
CSEA Representation Denise Hatakeyama, Jimmy Nguyen, Leslie Wood-Rogers, Omelina Garcia(alternate)
Student Representative Viridiana Munoz

 

2016/17
MEETING SCHEDULE
1:30 - 3:00p.m.
 SAC Foundation Board Room
Meeting
Dates
Agenda Approved
Minutes​

September 6, 2016

Agenda
Approved Minutes
October 4, 2016 Agenda
Approved Minutes
November 1, 2016 Agenda

December 6, 2016
Agenda

February 7, 2017

March 7, 2017​

April 4, 2017​

May 2, 2017​

​*June 6, 2016 *if needed
 

 

RESOURCE INFORMATION ​
2015/2016 Budget Development Calendar
​2015/2016 SAC Adopted Budget Assumptions
2015/16 Fund 11 & 13 Adopted Summary

FY 16/17 Funded Resource Allocation Requests

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Facilities Requests
Equipment Requests
Other Requests

CONTINUING EDUCATION
Facilities Requests
Equipment-Tech Requests

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
Equipment Requests


STUDENT SERVICES
Equipment Requests​
 
FY 14/15 College-wide Resource Allocation Requests
 
FY 14/15 College-wide Prioritized Resource Allocation Requests
 
FY13/14 College-wide Resource Allocation Requests

Budget Performance Quarterly Reports

1st Quarter ending September 2016
 
 
3rd Quarter ending March 31, 2017
SAC - Funds 11 and 13
SAC - Fund 12
District - Funds 11 and 13
 
2nd Quarter ending December 2016
SAC - Funds 11 and 13
SAC - Fund 12
District - Funds 11 and 13


4th Quarter ending June 30, 2017
SAC - Funds 11 and 13
SAC - Fund 12
District - Funds 11 and 13

 
RSCCD 2016/17 Adopted Budget​
Fiscal Resources Committee (District Committee)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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