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  1. TABLE 1 GOVERNOR'S BUDGET PROPOSAL Projected State Deficit $25.4 Billion Rebuild State Reserve $1.0 Billion Total Resolutions Needed $26.4 Billion Includes $1.4 Billion in Budget Reduction Initiatives: reductions to Higher Ed: e.g., Budget Cuts, Borrowing from (12.5 Billion) $500 M for CSU Special Funds, and Redirection of $500 M for UC Existing Fund Sources $400 M for C.C.'s Other Solutions: (1.9 Billion) e.g., Sale of State Buildings To be covered with Total Proposed Solutions (1st Wave) (14.4 Billion) extension of existing tax increases. Would likely result in additional significant cuts for CSU if Total New Revenues Required (2nd Wave) ($12.0 Billion) not approved.

  2. TABLE 2 CHANCELLOR'S OFFICE ESTIMATES System Wide Reduction $500.0 Million New Mandatory Costs 50.0 Million Total System Wide Reduction $550.0 Million Offsets to Reduction: 10% Fee Increase & Chancellor's Office Enrollment Funding (250.0 Million) Returned to State Net System Wide Reduction $300.0 Million Each Campus to Take a Proportionate Share of the Reduction CSUSB Historically 4% of System Total CSUSB Estimated Reduction $12.0 Million

  3. TABLE 3 CSUSB FY 2011-2012 PLANNING BUDGET (Without Campus Interventions) Preliminary Estimate Current Year 10-11 11-12 Net Change State Appropriation $94,053,498 $79,198,498 ($14,855,000) Tuition Fees 69,050,000 75,955,000 6,905,000 Non-Resident Fees 4,300,000 4,300,000 0 Other Student Fees 1,100,000 1,100,000 0 Total Budget $168,503,498 $160,553,498 ($7,950,000) New SUG Requirement (2,300,000) New Mandatory Costs (1,750,000) Total Budget Reductions ($12,000,000)

  4. TABLE 4 CENTRAL CAMPUS PROPOSED INTERVENTIONS Summer Session Revenue $4.0 to 5.0 Million (Self Supported) Utility Savings 1.0 Million Non-Resident Enrollment Increase 2.5 to 3.0 Million Resident Enrollment Increase 1.5 to 2.0 Million (172 FTES) Total Proposed Solutions $9.0 to 11.0 Million Estimated Division Reductions $1.0 to 3.0 Million

  5. TABLE 5 CSUSB DIVISION SHARE OF REDUCTION (Academic Affairs @ 95% of Proportionate Share) Division % of Reduction Estimated Reduction President's Office 1.4% $14,000 to 42,000 Academic Affairs 64.8% 648,000 to 1,944,000 Administration & Finance 17.9% 179,000 to 537,000 Student Affairs 7.6% 76,000 to 228,000 University Advancement 2.0% 20,000 to 60,000 IRT 6.3% 63,000 to 189,000 Total for Divisions 100.0% $1.0 to 3.0 Million Proportionate Share History of Major Cuts 08-09 09-10 11-12 Academic Affairs 85% 80% 95% Other Divisions 130% 140% 110%

  6. TABLE 6 CSUSB DIVISION STRATEGIES FOR CUTS Reduce Budget in Various Operating Expense Accounts (Example: Travel, Equipment, Supplies & Services) Reduce Temporary Personnel Expenses Where Possible Eliminate Funding in Vacant Positions Reduce Division/Department Reserves Campus Salary & Benefit Expenses (Net of Financial Aid) 85%

  7. TABLE 7 CAMPUS CENTRAL SAVINGS INITIATIVES Connexxus Travel System Contracting Services IT Server Virtualization Reduction in Cell Phone Expenses Soft-Freeze on Personnel Actions Soft-Freeze on Equipment Purchases Strategic Campus Reorganizations

  8. TABLE 8 FY 2010-2011 CAMPUS RESERVE One-Time Funds Baseline Funds Beginning Balance as of July 1, 2010 $5,746,000 $745,000 Additional Funds Available: Summer Session Savings/Revenue 6,028,000 Course Section Enhancement (from C.O.) 2,036,000 Total Available Funds $13,810,000 $745,000 Distribution of Funds: Cover Unfunded Mandatory Costs (298,000) Student Affs/IRT Budget Adjustments (400,000) Financial Aid Position (46,000) Essential Central Priorities (344,000) Course Section Enhancement to Academic Affairs (2,000,000) One-Time Funds to Divisions (1,300,000) Estimated Fee Shortfall (1,600,000) 2010-2011 Campus Reserve Balance $8,566,000 $1,000

  9. TABLE 9 HISTORY OF CAMPUS OPERATING FUND SOURCES Fee Revenue State 26% Appropriation 74% FY 1998-1999 State Fee Revenue Appropriation 52% 48% FY 2011-2012 (Estimated)

  10. TABLE 10 EFFECTS OF FEE INCREASES ON CAMPUS OPERATING FUND (Including $4 Million in Interventions Proposed on Table 4) State Total Fee Appropriation Revenue $79,198,498 $85,355,000 Revenue from Fee Increases (1998-99 to 2011-12) $58,650,000 Revenue from 1998-99 Fee Levels w/o any Future Increases $26,705,000 FY 2011-12 (Estimated) In Dollars Adjusted to Reflect Fee Increases from 1998-99 to 2011-12