This committee was created at end of the Fall 2010 semester after a task force with faculty, classified staff and administration representatives developed an initial draft and then was vetted and improved through the College Council and the Academic Senate in the Fall 2010 semester. This website contains information about the committee and reference documents that will be used by committee members.
- Governor's 2013-14 Higher Education budget proposal -- link to full budget proposal
- How FTES is calculated
- 2012-13 Spending Plan Budget Tables from the LAO
- 2012-13 Budget Workshop PowerPoint from the CCCCO
- Fast Facts 2012 from the Community College Leage of California
- CCC Budget Cuts & Impact to KCCD -- BC_ALL message from the Chancellor's cabinet dated March 6, 2012.
- Budget Decision-making Criteria (PDF May 31, 2011) -- Word version
- Program Reviews (need to locate where on the web or campus network these can be found)
- Educational Master Plan
- BC Goals for current academic year
- Renegade 2012 Strategic Plan
- 311Q and 311A Reports (docs on the KCCD site, Business Services are all PDFs) The 311A and 311Q are the Annual (or Quarterly) Financial and Budget Reports sent to the state chancellor's office on what we received for income and how we spent our money.
- How Bakersfield College spent its carryover dollars July 2010 to March 10, 2011. This is an Excel spreadsheet. Select the "BUD COMM RPT" tab to see the dollars spent along with a brief explanation for each item.
- Monthly budget updates
- Budget Frequently Asked Questions (with Answers!)
- BAM evaluation document in the College Council Public Folder. After you log into Outlook Web, the 1 MB PDF should download to your computer (or appear in your web browser). BC reps on the task force that developed this: Lynn Krauss, Kate Pluta and Nan Gomez-Heitzeberg.
- Budget Committee Public Folder (appears in new window). Select the link to go directly to the Budget Committee public folder on the Exchange system via the Outlook webserver. You will need to login to the system using your Outlook web username/password. After you enter your access codes on the Outlook Web's login page, you will go to the specific folder. Note that the "logout" link will not be present in the Outlook Web -- Public Folders window that appears, so you'll need to quit your web browser to log out of the Exchange system.
- Budget and Planning Public Folder (appears in new window). Select the link to go directly to the Budget and Planning public folder on the Exchange system via the Outlook webserver. You will need to login to the system using your Outlook web username/password. After you enter your access codes on the Outlook Web's login page, you will go to the specific folder. Note that the "logout" link will not be present in the Outlook Web -- Public Folders window that appears, so you'll need to quit your web browser to log out of the Exchange system.
- Budget Cuts 2011 Op-Ed for the Californian --- not an official publication from the Budget Committee or Bakersfield College but it does present the scenarios we're having to plan for as of the first week in April 2011. Opinions expressed, of course, are those of the author alone.
Glossary of acronyms (making sense of the alphabet soup!) -- Glossary (both from the Academic Senate for Calfornia Community Colleges = ASCCC)
- Budget Advocacy Action Center---Community College League of California has all sorts of analysis of any proposals from the governor and the state legislature on state funding of the community college system.
- Budget Webinar recording---top California community college leaders (President of the Comm Coll League of CA Scott Lay, Chancellor Jack Scott, Executive Vice Chancellor Erik Skinner, and League Director of Fiscal Policy Theresa Tenaat the state level talk about what the proposed budget means for the community colleges.
- Cal Facts: a 64-page pamphlet summarizing state government fiscal matters created by the Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO, our state government's non-partisan research office—an unbiased source of information). It contains a number of charts and figures so it is a quick read. Compare state spending on community college students vs. other areas of education on page 28 and then also compare with other areas such as corrections—the CCC system is the best bargain!
- LAO report The 2011-12 Budget: Prioritizing Course Enrollment At the Community Colleges. Three recommendations from the LAO: 1) Adopt statewide CCC registration priorities that reflect the Master Plan’s top goals; 2) Establish a 100-unit cap on the number of taxpayer-subsidized credits a CCC student may accumulate; and 3) Eliminate state funding for repetition of physical education and other recreational classes (read report on what is meant by "recreational classes").
- Governor's Budget website
McCallum Group Reports That Discuss Budget
The McCallum Group is our (a number of other CA Comm Colleges') lobbyist in Sacramento. These are PDFs unless specified otherwise.
- Sacramento Report for January 18, 2011
This page was last updated:
January 21, 2013
Contact for this page: Nick Strobel