April 23, 2013
Institutional Priorities Committee
Minutes of April 23, 2013
3:00pm - 5:00pm
DeRosa Center Room 211
Present: Cavanaugh, Ciccolella, Eibeck, Gale, Goff, Griego, Hensley, Kleinert, Lackey, Leland, Lyon, Luu, Martin, Meyer, Murta, Pallavicini, Perrot, Rogers, Shaw, Staniec, Wright
Guests: Bett Schumacher, Mike Dalgety
Minutes for the April 9, 2013 meeting were approved.
Status of McGeorge School of Law
Cavanaugh provided an update on the status of McGeorge. More information will be shared with the campus community in an upcoming issue of the Pacific Insider.
Update on fee revenues and FY 13 approved positions
Cavanaugh and Perrot followed up on a request from a previous IPC meeting regarding fee revenues. Course fees may need to be discussed in more detail during the 2013-14 IPC cycle.
The current status of the FY13 Board approved positions was presented.
Follow-up conversation with Athletics
The IPC requested that Leland respond to follow-up questions regarding the Athletics division's financial projections that were shared with the committee in November 2012. Leland shared NCAA Presidential Dashboards, as well the Athletics division's strategic plan action steps and the strategic plan financial model. Pacific's actual contributions to Athletics for FY10-FY12 and projections for FY13-FY17 were outlined. In the future, Athletics hopes to put more emphasis on selling tickets and pledged to reduce its dependence on subsidies from the University.
Status report regarding budget reallocation
President Eibeck provided a confidential draft of the strategic reallocation plan. Two separate votes approved two motions: (1) a motion to accept a smaller percent contribution from academics relevant to reallocation (not including non-academic entities within the Academic Affairs Division) and (2) a motion to allocate strategic initiative base adds in FY14 and FY15 in the amount of $500,000 for each of those years.
Note regarding Motion 2: The base adds of $500,000 in the next two fiscal years was made on the expectation that the reallocation target would be reduced to $13 million.