About the University Budget Office

The University Budget Office ensures that funds are allocated in accordance with legislative mandates and regulations. The University Budget Office reports to the Chief Financial Officer/Vice President for Finance and Administration and is responsible for the following functions:

  1. Develop an annual plan for the allocation of all university resources as approved by the President.
  2. Assist in preparing the annual Legislative Budget Request pursuant to the Board of Governors Policy Guidelines, the Board of Trustees priorities and the strategic priorities established by the President and Leadership Team.
  3. Review and analyze budget transfers to ensure compliance with University and State guidelines.
  4. Preparation of various reports that are submitted to the Board of Governors, the Board of Trustees, the University Budget and Planning Council and other agencies related to the University’s budget.
  5. Serve as staff to the University Budget and Planning Council.
  6. Monitor budget, revenue and expenditures.
  7. Maintain Education and General (E&G) and Non-E&G Rate and Salary Budgets
  8. Meet quarterly with the fiscal representatives to review revenues and expenditures and discuss other fiscal opportunities.

 

 

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Policies and Procedures

 

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Financial Reports

 

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Forms and Templates

 

Details

The budget process establishes a base allocation level for each of the divisions (mainly salaries and benefits). 

  • Level 1: An allocation is requested from the respective divisions. This is to ensure a reasonable allocation can be made that provides equitable distribution of resources within the financial constraints of the University.
  • Level 2: An allocation is made back to the head of the division (usually the Vice President). The division head is then responsible for establishing an allocation process and monitoring plan for resources entrusted in them.
  • Support the chosen directions and priorities of the University through the President
  • Provide certainty of allocation within the realities of funding
  • Equitable based on the direction and priorities of the University
  • Utilize minimum resources to administer the allocation process
  • Decentralize decision-making to the President, Provost and Vice Presidents
  • Provide easy method to ensure funds are allocated as approved by the President, Provost and Vice Presidents
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University Budget Office

G-9 Foote-Hilyer Administration Center
Tallahassee, FL 32307
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
P:
(850) 599-3270
F:
(850) 599-3801
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