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BUDGET FORUM - Shared screen with speaker view
Linda Carroll
21:49
Is the increase in tuition up to 10%, $1.1 million additional or the difference between 4.25% and 10%?
Joe Paris
26:38
Question: given that 83% of expenses are personnel, what is the break down in terms of full-time faculty, part-time faculty, classified, and management/administration and how each contributes to that total?
Joe Paris
26:44
Follow up question: for those same groups (full-time faculty, part-time faculty, classified, and management/administration) how to you gauge the impact of each on generating revenue? That is, how to you determine the effect on generated revenue when you reduce a faculty position versus reducing a management position?
Bonnie Lassen
27:29
Any Federal Aid due to the State of Emergency?
Sheldon Flom
32:32
The $1.1 M is the estimate from the increase in tuition from 4.25% to the 10%
Joe Paris
33:35
Question: given the budget concerns and the announcement that there will be personnel reductions, how does the college justify advertising and filling non-FTE generating positions (such as the online learning coordinator faculty position) at this time?
Sheldon Flom
34:16
Joe, I don't have those numbers in front of me. Please follow up with Jess after the forum.
Joe Paris
35:04
Sheldon, I would ask that you send those numbers out to everyone at the institution. I think they are important information for us all to have. Thanks!
Sheldon Flom
35:33
Bonnie, there is Federal funding going to the State, but we don't know how it will be used and it doesn't look like it will be used to help higher ed.
Jessi Walker
35:47
Hello--can you tell me how and when students can expect to receive CARES funds, and if this is an equal dollar amount based on credit hour enrollment, or if there are individual circumstances taken into consideration? Thank you
Bev Dunigan
37:09
Are we concerned about this steep hike in tuition resulting in lower enrollment?
Sheldon Flom
38:41
Jessi, we hope to have the funds out by this Friday. The award were made based on a matrix based on unmeet need and total credit hours. If there is additional need students can apply for fund from the Foundation.
Beth Lyons
39:42
How does this budget model compare to the other community colleges in the state?
Bonnie Lassen
40:21
Thank you Sheldon
Beth Lyons
40:39
Thank you!!
Linda Carroll
41:57
Thanks Sheldon and Jess!
Bonnie Lassen
42:29
Thank you Sheldon and Jess,
Jessi Walker
42:33
Will CARES funds be deposited into students' accounts or issued as checks like financial aid, or will they receive them in another way?
Bev Dunigan
44:10
Thanks Jess! And Sheldon!
Jessi Walker
44:55
Thank you!
frenchc@linnbenton.edu
45:27
Thanks for the information