Program Authorization: Constitution of 1974, Article VIII; R.S. 17:4; Act 18 of 1997
This program includes the following functional categories: Instruction (credit and noncredit courses; academic, vocational, and technical instruction; remedial and tutorial instruction; and regular, special, and extension sessions); Research (activities specifically organized to produce research, whether commissioned by an agency external to the institution or separately budgeted by an organizational unit within the institution); Public Service (activities established primarily to provide noninstructional services beneficial to individuals and groups external to the institution); Academic Support (provision of support services for the institution's primary missions [instruction, research, and public service]); and Libraries (organized activities that directly support the operation of a catalogued or otherwise classified collection).
Objectives and performance indicators were still being developed at the time this document went to print.
RESOURCE ALLOCATION FOR THE PROGRAM
SOURCE OF FUNDING
The sources of funding for this program are the general fund and fees and self-generated revenues. Fees and self-generated revenues are from: (1) student fees, such as (a) general registration fees, (b) non-resident fees, (c) application fees, and (d) other fees; (2) sales and services of educational activities; and (3) other revenues. The statutory dedication is the New Orleans Area Tourism and Economic Development Fund per Act 1423 of 1997 for training and education in tourism and state and municipal economics at the University of New Orleans, Metropolitan College. (Per R.S. 39:32B, (8), see table below for a listing of expenditures out of each statutory dedicated fund).
ANALYSIS OF RECOMMENDATION
Statutory Dedication: New Orleans Area Tourism and Economic Development Fund per Act 1423 of 1997 for training and education in tourism and state and municipal economics at the University of New Orleans, Metropolitan College
The total means of financing for this program is recommended at 104.3% of the existing operating budget. It represents 80.4% of the total request ($75,439,150) for this program. The major reason for the increase from the existing operating budget is due to adjustments to fees and self-generated revenues ($2,411,306) caused by increases in nonresident tuition, increased enrollment in the Executive MBA Program, additional staff benefits from increased grants and contracts activity, and increased indirect administrative cost recoveries from the Executive MBA and Taiwan Cohort Programs.
ACQUISITIONS AND MAJOR REPAIRS
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