Campus Recreation FY 14 Budget Proposal

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CAMPUS RECREATION
FY 14 BUDGET
PROPOSAL
Campus
Recreation
Advisory
Board
October 26, 2012
CAMPUS RECREATION
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
Campus Recreation Organizational Chart
Funding Sources
Director of Campus
Recreation
Amy Swingle
Budget Manager
Administrative Assistant
Richard Sullivan
Jodie Lefferts
A & S Funds
A & S Funds
Assistant Director Programs
Assistant Director Facilities
Robert Bell
Suzanne Ries
Intramural Sports Intern
E & G Funds
A & S Funds
Brandon Corley
A & S Funds (OPS)
Sport Club Coordinator
Outdoor Pursuits
Coordinator
Grant Fleetwood
Julia Stulock
A & S Funds
Aquatics Center
Coordinator
Aquatics Waterfront
Coordinator
Chris Born leth
Emma Reeners
E & G Funds
A & S Funds
Fitness Coordinator
Eagle Challenge Course
Intern
Sasha Grif in
A & S Funds (OPS)
Jason Davis
A & S Funds
Facility Coordinator
Chad Caldwell
A & S Funds
Auxiliary Funds
HOW A&S DOLLARS BREAK DOWN
Programs
$ 373,712
Fitness
•$80,833
Facility
Operations
$ 662,257
Aquatics
Center
Administration
$ 604,183
Salaries
•$445,093
•$ 52,000
Intramural
Sports
Rec Center
and ROC
Department
wide expenses
•$144,321
•$260,994
•97,400
Outdoor
Pursuits
South Village
Pool
Chargebacks
•$55,392
•$130,928
Special Events
Waterfront
Travel
•$49,788
•$218,335
•$19,770
Sport Clubs
•$43,378
•$17,500
Department
Software
•$24,420
Department of Campus
Recreation
$ 1, 588,152
WHAT’S NEW FOR 20132014
SOUTH VILLAGE POOL
 Housing & Residence
Life is paying for
construction
 Campus Recreation will
manage the pool
 Scheduled to begin
construction in Spring
2013
 Recreation pool (ie: NO
SWIM TEAMS!)
 Focus on the students
 Generate revenue for
Campus Recreation
Sovi Pool
Expenditures
2012-2013
Allocated Budget
Fund 6200 - Temporary Employment - OPS
$
7300 - Operating Expenses
$
7500 - Capital
$
Total $
-
-
2013-2014
Budget Request
$
$
$
102,368.25
28,560.00
-
$
130,928.25
2 PROPOSED POSITIONS
Aquatics Coordinator
for SoVi Pool &
Waterfront
 Position currently
funded through
Auxiliary funds
 Expansion in
programming & facility
space
Intramural Sports
Coordinator
 Large program
 Save $20-25,000 in
OPS wages
 Allows AD- Programs
to focus on bigger
picture
OPERATIONAL EXPENSES
 Office Modular Rental
 Department Software
 Notified in July we must
pay for office space
 Replacing current
modular for larger model
 Become the
“Administrative Offices”
 More space in Rec
Center for program
areas
 Save money
 Generate more revenue
 Collect accurate data
 Improved customer
service
FACILITY OPERATIONS
Suzanne
Ries
Assistant
Director
OPS HIGHLIGHTS
 OPS Wages
 Change in hours from 2011-2012 to 2012-2013
 Affected both the Rec Center and the Waterfront
OPERATING EXPENSE HIGHLIGHTS
 Operating Expenses
 Rec Center/ROC:
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Plate Loaded Equipment
Security Cameras
Strength & Cardio Equipment Maintenance
Group Fitness Studio Flooring
ROC Maintenance
 Waterfront
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Security Cameras
Boat Repairs and Maintenance
Sand
Rescue Boat Upgrades
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
 Capital Expenses
 Rec Center/ROC
 Cardio Equipment
 Waterfront
 Motorized Boat
PROGRAMS
Robbie
Bell
Assistant
Director
OPS HIGHLIGHTS
 OPS Wages
- Outdoor Pursuits- More Eagle Challenge Course Groups and
an overall growing program
- Sport Clubs- Increase due request for an intern
OPERATING EXPENSE HIGHLIGHTS
 Operating Expenses
- Outdoor Pursuits- New equipment for the Eagle Challenge
Course and new bikes for our bike rental program
- Fitness- Eight new spin bikes for Group Exercise classes
- Intramurals- Replacement equipment
- Sport Clubs- EMT and trainers for clubs
CAPITAL PURCHASE
 Capital Expenses
- Gator vehicle- the primary use for this would be for
Intramurals, however, our clubs would also use this for
games as would our other programs.
- This would also be used at the Waterfront and ROC to drag
the beach and sand volleyball courts
QUESTIONS & FEEDBACK

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