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2015-16 Budget Planning
Sources and Uses Plan

Based on Enrollment Target of 28,057 Resident FTES

Based on CSU Budget Allocation Letter B 2015-1

SOURCES:

2014-15 General Fund Budget
FY 2014-15 CHANGES
AFFECTING 15-16
FY 2015-16
2014-15 Net State Support 156,941,836
2014-15 Revenues and Reimbursements
State University Tuition Fee 189,509,177
Other Receipts 25,775,607
Total 2014-15 General Fund Budget $ 372,226,620
2015-16 BEGINNING BUDGET $ 372,226,620
Net Budget Plan Changes
SOURCES: FY 2014-15 CHANGES AFFECTING 15-16 FY 2015-16
Adjustment to retirement rate 4,555,000
Mandatory cost increase - health 798,000
2015-16 compensation adjustment (Excl. Unit 3 - $31M CSU) 2,387,000
Enrollment growth funding ($4,732 * 209) 989,000
GF Adjustment in Lieu of Revenue Adjustments (312,000)
GF Adjustment for Tuition Fee Discounts 4,300
Adjustment to Revenues and Reimbursements
SOURCES: FY 2014-15 CHANGES
AFFECTING 15-16
FY 2015-16
State University Tuition Fee adjustment (Projected increase of 277 headcount) 1,471,000
TOTAL 2015-16 GENERAL FUND SOURCES $ 382,118,920

USES:

2014-15 Internal Budget
USES: FY 2014-15 CHANGES
AFFECTING 15-16
FY 2015-16
Division budgets $ 197,462,004
University-wide budgets 174,764,616
Total 2014-15 Internal Budget $ 372,226,620
Changes to 2014-15 Internal Budget
USES: FY 2014-15 CHANGES AFFECTING 15-16 FY 2015-16
Enrollment increase instructional cost 1,174,162
2015-16 compensation adjustment (Excl. Unit 3) 2,387,000
2014-15 compensation shortfall 280,000
Reduction of base utilities budget (1,000,000)
2015-16 campus faculty equity adjustments (salary and benefits) 960,000
2015-16 campus staff equity adjustments (salary and benefits) 250,000
2014-15 discretionary resources - permanent funding shortfall 14,584
Salary set-aside for Chief Information Officer 200,000
Adjusted 2015-16 General Fund Budget $ 376,492,366
2015-16 EXPENDITURE REQUIREMENT CHANGES
USES: FY 2014-15 CHANGES
AFFECTING 14-15
FY 2015-16
Directed/Earmarked by System Office - PERS retirement rate change 4,555,000
Directed/Earmarked by System Office - Health benefits rate changes 798,000
Directed/Earmarked by System Office - Risk pool premium increase 125,000
Directed/Earmarked by System Office - State University Grant (incremental increase) 233,000
TOTAL 2015-16 GENERAL FUND USES $ 382,203,366
SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) FOR 2015-16 ($84,446)

Explanatory Notes

The 2015-16 Sources and Uses Plan estimates the impact of budget decisions made by the State, by the CSU System Office, and the Long Beach campus on the resource allocations for the upcoming year. The plan is based on the CSU budget included in the Governor’s January Budget Proposal and the May Revision and incorporates planning parameters that have been provided to the campuses by the Chancellor and the CSU May Budget Allocation letter B2015-01 dated May 13, 2015. The plan does not include any changes that could occur with legislative proceedings that take place before the final budget is passed.

The following notes provide an explanation of the numbers shown on the plan.

SOURCES

2014-15 General Fund Base Budget

Net state support and budgeted revenues and reimbursements detailed in the 2014-15 CSULB Internal Budget Document.

2014-15 Net State Support$156,941,836

Represents portion of the University’s state budget supported by tax revenues.

2014-15 Revenues & Reimbursements

State University Tuition Fee$189,509,177

Represents portion of the University’s budget supported by undergraduate, teacher credential and graduate student tuition fees.

Other Receipts$25,775,607

Represents portion of the University’s budget comprised of fees and miscellaneous reimbursements for services. Examples include student health center fee, application fee, non-resident tuition, transcript fees, etc.

Total 2014-15 General Fund Budget$372,226,620

Net Budget Plan Changes

The net budget plan changes in the campus’s General Fund allocation is based on CSU budget allocations detailed in the CSU system coded memorandum B2015-01 on the 2015-16 Governor’s Budget Allocations.

Adjustment to retirement rate$4,555,000

Change in employer-paid contribution rates in order to maintain actuarial soundness of the system and meet defined benefit pension obligations.

Mandatory cost increase – health premiums$798,000

Funding to cover the permanent increase in employer-paid health care costs resulting from January 2015 premium increases.

2015-16 Compensation Increase Adjustment$2,387,000

Permanent funding of two percent compensation increase for all non-faculty employees.  The faculty bargaining share of the two percent is being held by the CSU pending collective bargaining.

Enrollment growth funding$989,000

Funding to support the increase in resident full-time equivalent students (FTES) of 209 (27,848 to 28,057 FTES).

General Fund Adjustment In Lieu of Revenue Adjustment($312,000)

General Fund assessment by Chancellor’s Office to support budget expenditure increases and to redistribute to campus-specific and systemwide programs.

General Fund Adjustment For Tuition Fee Discounts$4,300

General Fund adjustment by Chancellor’s Office to recognize differences in financial aid student need by campus.

Adjustment to Revenues and Reimbursements

State University Tuition Fee Increase$1,471,000

This revenue increase projection is contingent on achieving our 2015-16 college year resident enrollment goal of 28,131 FTES, approximately 0.3 percent over target.

Total 2015-16 General Fund Resources$382,118,920

USES

2014-15 Internal Budget

The budgets for operating divisions and university-wide programs as detailed in the 2014-15 Internal Budget document.

Division Budgets$197,462,004

Represents budget allocations for all operating divisions.

University-wide Budgets$174,764,616

Represents budgets for general, necessary, or unavoidable costs that benefit the entire campus rather than a particular division.

2014-15 Internal Budget$372,226,620

Changes to 2014-15 Internal Budget

Enrollment increase instructional cost$1,174,162

Funding provided to Academic Affairs to support instructional costs related to the increase in enrollment.

2015-16 compensation adjustment$2,387,000

Permanent funding of two percent compensation adjustment for non-faculty employees.

2014-15 Compensation Shortfall$280,000

Funding of 2014-15 compensation adjustment costs that exceeded the budget provided by the Chancellor’s Office.

Reduction of Base Utilities Budget($1,000,000)

Reduction of base campus utilities budget made possible by continuous investments in energy savings projects over the years.  These savings are re-directed to fund salary equity adjustments for faculty and staff.

2015-16 Campus Faculty Equity Adjustments$960,000

Funding of 2015-16 campus-based salary equity adjustments for faculty effective January 1, 2015. Includes salary and associated benefit costs.

2015-16 Campus Staff Equity Adjustments$250,000

Funding of 2015-16 campus-based salary equity adjustments for staff effective July 1, 2015. Includes salary and associated benefit costs.

2014-15 Discretionary Resources Funding Shortfall $14,584

Represents permanent funding shortfall of items funded by $2 million in discretionary contingency reserves in 2014-15.

Salary Set-Aside For Campus Chief Information Officer $200,000

Represents estimated salary set-aside for new campus Chief Information Officer expected to be hired in 2015-16.

ADJUSTED 2015-16 GENERAL FUND BUDGET$376,492,366

2015-16 CHANGES IN CAMPUS EXPENDITURE REQUIREMENTS

Represents budget changes to division and university-wide allocations.

Directed / Earmarked by System Office

PERS retirement rate change$4,555,000

Represents change in employer-paid contribution rates in order to maintain actuarial soundness of the system and meet defined benefit pension obligations.

Health benefits rate changes$798,000

Represents permanent increase in employer-paid health care costs due to annual premium increases.

Risk pool premium increase$125,000

Estimated increase in campus risk pool premium costs due to actuarial data and cost increases.

State University Grant (SUG)$233,000

Permanent budget adjustment associated with the financial aid set aside based on funded enrollment increases for 2015-16.  This adjustment is a preliminary projection of changes that will occur in campus fiscal year 2015-16 budgeted SUG allocations.

Total 2015-16 General Fund Uses$382,203,366

Surplus / (Deficit) for 2015-16 ($84,446)