Joint Planning & Budget Committee Update

JPBC has received budget and enrollment updates and a working group is developing recommendations to ensure the campus does not operate under a structural deficit.

The Joint Planning and Budget Committee (JPBC) is a presidential advisory committee representing the college community. It serves as the institutional oversight body to ensure that institutional goals and division level planning and budgeting are interlinked and informed by assessment to advance the strategic goals and priorities established in Building a Better Brockport, the strategic plan for the College. The committee meets on select Thursdays from 8:30 - 10:30 am throughout the academic year. Meetings are open and the SUNY Brockport community is encouraged to attend. Updates on the activities of the committee will be shared by way of the Daily Eagle.

JPBC has met three times this academic year. Meetings have been largely focused on budget matters and enrollment at the college. Specifically, a budget overview including division targets was presented, undergraduate and graduate admissions updates were provided, and a presentation on division budgets was made. Specific to the 22-23 charge of JPBC, a working group has been formed to provide recommendations to ensure the campus does not operate under a structural deficit. Suggestions from the campus community are welcome and can be directed to the working group chair, Darson Rhodes, at or to any other working group members.

The next JPBC meeting will be held November 3, and it will include a presentation on the five-year budget model. The Teams link will be provided in the Daily Eagle preceding the meeting.

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Posted: October 13, 2022