Budget Management encompasses the functions of Budget Planning, Budget Services and Position Management to provide guidance and assistance to the university community as it relates to effective and efficient use of the financial resources of the institution.
The Budget Planning area is responsible for the annual development of the University Current Fund Budget Plan, maintaining the university budget planning documents, monitoring funds relative to the cash policy, reviewing general funds revenue-generating programs and their distribution of budget. Additionally, the Budget Planning area works closely with the Ohio Board of Regents with regard to the following:
- Analysis of the State Share of Instruction;
- Monthly distribution of the state subsidies;
- Reporting to the Ohio Board of Regents (i.e. fee schedules, budget, etc.).
- UC Budget FY 2020
- UC Budget FY 2019
- UC Budget FY 2018
- UC Budget FY 2017
- UC Budget FY 2016
- UC Budget FY 2015
- UC Budget FY 2014
- UC Budget FY 2013
- UC Budget FY 2012
- UC Budget FY 2011
- UC Budget FY 2010
- UC Budget FY 2009
- UC Budget FY 2008
- UC Budget FY 2007
- UC Budget FY 2006
- Special Fees Form
- Ohio Board of Regents
- University System of Ohio
The primary function of the Budgetary Services area is to process budget entries for all current fund types, excluding grant and plant funds. The A123 Recommendation for Administrative Action is maintained and processed by this area, in conjunction with Financial Services. Additional functions administered by this area include:
- Maintaining the balance of the Uptown campus general fund;
- Quarterly forecasting of the Uptown campus general fund;
- Quarterly budget-to-actual reporting for all current funds, excluding plant funds;
- Monthly distribution of general funds benefits budgets;
- Annual distribution of all general funds salary inflation;
- Administering the annual current funds budget formulation process across the university, excluding grant and plant funds;
- Assisting the Budget Planning area with the compilation of the annual University Current Fund Budget Plan.
The primary function of the Position Management area is to create and maintain all positions, ensuring the integrity of the data. As well, Position Budget Control is responsible for the creation of salary and benefit commitments for all funds. Within this process. Position Management ensures sufficient salary budget to cover all positions.