Recommendation - Tarrant County College

Report
Tomorrow Starts Here
2012-2013 Proposed Budget
Board Meeting
August 16, 2012
Agenda
Proposed Budget
Recommendations
Questions & Discussion
PROPOSED BUDGET 2012-2013
Tarrant County College
It’s All
About…STUDENT
SUCCESS!
Tomorrow Starts Here
Proposed Budget Summary
MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION REVENUE
Revenue
State Appropriation
Maintenance Operation Tax
Credit Hour-Tuition
Non-Credit Hour-Tuition
Funded
Non Credit-Tuition
Non-Funded
Indirect Cost & Other
Interest Income
Designated Reserve
Total Educational &
General Income
$
$
Maintenance Operation Tax:
Capital Improvement Plan
Total
51,750,000
139,370,000
52,360,000
Increase
(Decrease)
$
15,108,646
-
2,850,000
2,600,000
(250,000)
1,750,000
1,600,000
(150,000)
6,200,000
500,000
7,000,000
6,300,000
600,000
5,000,000
100,000
100,000
(2,000,000)
246,671,354
$ 259,580,000
$ 12,908,646
44,290,198
33,690,198
(10,600,000)
290,961,552
$ 293,270,198
2011-2012
$
51,750,000
124,261,354
52,360,000
2012-2013
$
$
2,308,646
Proposed Budget Summary
BUDGET SUMMARY
2011-12
Maintenance &
Operation
$
Auxiliary
246,671,354
Proposed
2012-2013
Increase
(Decrease)
$ 259,580,000 $
12,908,646
4,080,000
3,940,000
(140,000)
Renewal &
Replacement
78,922,468
78,125,787
(796,681)
Building Fund
11,654,121
-
(11,654,121)
Debt Service
7,664,325
7,442,000
(222,325)
Budget Total
$
348,992,268
$ 349,087,787 $
95,519
Major Campus Projects with Estimated Costs for 2012-2013
South Campus
Concrete Improvements
Science Building SSCI - Lab Renovation
Technology Building STEC - Renovation
Crowley ISD Learning Center
$
300,000
5,500,000
1,650,000
200,000
$
300,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
$
200,000
200,000
Northeast Campus
Inter Campus Road Repair
Music Building Renovation
Health Science Center Biology Lab Renovation
Northwest Campus
Cisco Lab Renovation
Bookstore Renovation
Southeast Campus
Ceiling and Lighting
Kitchen Renovation for Culinary Arts
$
300,000
150,000
Trinity River Campus
Parking
$ 3,500,000
Facilities and Academic Master Plan Projects
Innovation Forum - $500,000
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•
•
•
Locations to be determined, typically Library areas
Glass walls for good visibility
Comfortable and practical furniture in various arrangements
Small break out areas for team meetings
Math Emporium - $3,100,000
•
•
•
•
Phase I to be complete Fall 2012
Phase II to be complete Summer 2013
Phase II varies from Campus to Campus
Phase II driven by Math Council
Experiential Learning Spaces - $400,000
•
•
•
•
First Prototype Complete on Northeast Campus by 2012
All Campuses Complete 2013
Training Faculty in New Teaching Modalities
Experience new products and collect field data for both facilities
and IT
Chancellor’s Executive Leadership Team
• Peter Jordan, Ed.D.
President, South Campus
• Larry Darlage, Ph.D.
President, Northeast Campus
• Elva C. LeBlanc, Ph.D.
President, Northwest Campus
• Bill Coppola, Ph.D.
President, Southeast Campus
• Tahita Fulkerson, Ph.D.
President, Trinity River Campus
South Campus
A learning community that thrives on
TCC Values
Innovation
Lifelong
Learning
Diversity
Excellence
• Miscellaneous Renovations to the Math, Recital Hall and Art Building:
such as replacing sinks, insulation repair or cosmetic renovations
• Library Lighting Renovation
• Conversion of General Classrooms to Computer Classrooms
• Learning Center Flood Proofing
Northeast Campus
Has “changed students’ minds” for more
than 40 years
Access
•
•
•
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•
Partial Roof Structure over Art Kiln Area
Remodel Math Testing Lab
Men’s Locker Room Renovation
Physical Sciences Classroom Renovation
Health Sciences Building Renovation
Service
Learning
Creativity
Northwest Campus
Provides a student-centered
environment
Learning
Student
Development
Student
Success
• Communication Lab Renovation
• Cosmetic Renovations to Circulation Desk Area
• Add Restroom to Student Center
Southeast Campus
Committed to providing affordable and open
access to a quality education
Excelling
in
•
•
•
•
•
Disability Support Services Renovations
Bistro Renovation
Renovation of Testing Center
Overall Cosmetic Renovations
Outdoor Lounge Area Renovation
Teaching
and
Learning
Trinity River Campus
Service
to
the
Community
• Wall/Door Addition for Faculty Suite
• Art Gallery Remodel
• Renovation of Ventilation System
Chancellor’s Executive Leadership Team (cont.)
• Reginald Gates, M.Ed.
Vice Chancellor for Communications and External Affairs
• Joy Gates Black, Ed.D.
Vice Chancellor for Student Success
• Timothy Marshall, M.S.
Vice Chancellor for Information and Technical Services
• Mark McClendon, M.S., M.B.A.
Vice Chancellor for Finance
• Nina Petty, B.B.A.
Vice Chancellor for Real Estate and Facilities
• Angela Robinson, J.D.
Vice Chancellor for Administration and General Counsel
• David A. Wells, Ph.D.
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Proposed Budget Summary
2012-2013 EXPENDITURE ADJUSTMENT
Equipment
$
1,166,508
Operating
2,441,322
Salary, Adjunct Rate, and Dept Chair Increase
10,032,541
New Building Construction
5,000,000
Convocations & Collections
200,000
General Expense & Duplication
994,814
South Campus Crowley Center
120,000
Contingency
1,069,931
Equipment
(278,763)
Plant Operation & Maintenance
(2,322,707)
Health Insurance Supplement
(2,150,000)
Facility Leases
(250,000)
Legal Fees
(200,000)
Utilities
(1,600,000)
District Support
(200,000)
IT-Software
(850,000)
IT-Equipment
(265,000)
Total Expenditure Adjustment
$
12,908,646
Summary of Salary and Benefits
2012-2013
3% Salary Increase and Fringe Benefits
$ 5,100,000
Non-Faculty Personnel
2,704,741
New Faculty Requests
620,000
$1.50/Hour Increase for Credit Adjunct Faculty
700,000
Dept Chairs, Promotion in Rank and Adjustment
907,800
Total Salary and Benefits
$ 10,032,541
New Staff
2012-2013 NEW STAFF
President, TCC Connect
1
Faculty
3
Director and Assistant Director
4
Coordinator and Project Specialist
12
Nurse
4
Support Staff
28
General Maintenance Supervisor
2
Police Investigator
1
Total
55
RECOMMENDATIONS
Recommendation
Decrease
in Tax Rate
3% Salary
and
Benefits
$5,100,000
Recommendation
Current New Building Construction Budget Balance $19M
Allocate $5M to the Current Balance
Total for 2012-2013 New Building Construction = $24M
Recommendation
TAX RATE
Rate
2011-2012
2012-2013
M&O Tax
0.14206
0.14241
Debt Service
0.00691
0.00656
Total Tax Rate
0.14897
0.14897
Recommendation
Resident
Status
In-District
Current
Tuition
Recommendation
2012-2013
2013-2014 2014-2015
Spring*
$ 52
$ 55
$ 55
$ 55
Out-of-District
76
86
86
86
Non-Resident
171
205
205
205
*Beginning in the Spring
Tuition Forecast
Additional Tuition Revenue
Resident
Status
In-District
2012-2013
Spring
$
1,260,000
2013-2014
2014-2015
$ 2,550,000 $
Total
2,590,000
$ 6,400,000
Out-of-District
350,000
700,000
720,000
1,770,000
Non-Resident
475,000
970,000
990,000
2,435,000
4,300,000
$ 10,605,000
Total
$
2,085,000
$ 4,220,000 $
Recommendation
Funds Generated From The Tuition Increase to be Used For
Student Sticky Places
Questions and Discussion

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