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May 20 2004

University of the Pacific
Minutes, May 20, 2004
Taylor Conference Room
 

Call to Order: 3:02

Present: Brodnick, Cavanaugh, Ensign, Gilbertson, Hoverstad, Jacobson, Jones, Meer, Perro, Richmond, Sina, Spreer

Not Present: Chi, Hanyak, King, Miller, Olson

Minutes: Minutes of the April 15 reviewed, corrected and approved. Minutes of 4/29 were reviewed and approved.

Standing Reports:

Current Agenda Items:

Update from Planning and Research

Brodnick presented the update as follows:

  • Alumni Survey completed.
  • Web Survey  regarding Pacific's main site has also been completed. With 963 responses, parents had the highest satisfaction levels and faculty and staff the lowest.
  • Admitted Student Survey currently in progress.

Summer Meeting Schedule

Gilbertson reviewed the summer schedule with the Committee. A decision was made to cancel the meeting on May 27. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 8, to discuss the Cost Allocation Model Update, and another on Tuesday, July 6, to discuss Strategic Indicators.

Planning and Budget Guidelines

The following are the Budget Assumptions:

  1. Enrollment
  2. Tuition and Fees
  3. Gift Income
  4. Unit Operating Budgets
  5. Endowment
  6. Operating Reserve
  7. Faculty and Staff Compensation
  8. Facilities

The following are the Planning Guidelines:

  1. Planning Priorities
  2. Priorities for Resource Allocation
  3. Revenue Generation
  4. Diversity
  5. Learning Assessment
  6. Services to Students

Perro suggested that items 4, 5, & 6 be eliminated from the Planning Guidelines since they are already addressed in the President's priorities.

Gilbertson commented that number 6 is the heart of CRM and maybe it should be refreshed instead of eliminated. He also mentioned in reference to number 3, Revenue Generation, that the Physical Therapy program generates thousands of dollars for the University during the summer and that School of Education also has a program that generates tremendous support in this effort.

Sina mentioned that there are 250 students living on campus for summer session I.

Regarding number 7 of the Budget Assumptions, Faculty and Staff Compensation, Hoverstad expressed that staying with the pension plan rather than salary increases was an important issue for many.

Gilbertson noted that 780 freshman and 250 transfers are budgeted for fall 2004. He also mentioned that the Governor's final revised budget had no adjustment for private schools regarding Cal Grant.

Next meeting: June 8, 2004

Meeting adjourned at 4:39