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Standard 3 – Institutional Resources

Due to the new budgetary panorama projected for the fiscal year 2011-2012, the UPR in Aguadilla will review strategies and priorities to be able to fulfill our mission in according to our fiscal situation. A new budgetary reduction is projected for UPRAg of $ 1,069,017. In consequence new budgetary measures will have to be taken during the new budgetary process for 2011-2012 fiscal year. For this process UPRAg will be analyzing new alternatives to affect as little as possible the quality of the education of our College. Tentatively, UPR in Aguadilla has identified areas where budgetary adjustments can be made. These new measures contemplate personnel actions and operational expenses. The budgetary process will determine the final actions and measures to be taken, besides the Board of Trutees can make additional decisions to face the new budgetary reduction. Our action plan will be evaluated to consider the goals in according to the budget approved for the 2011-2012 fiscal year.

With the tentative measures we have prepared a budgetary projection for the next 5 fiscal years. This new projection includes the operational budget funds as well as the external funds.

General and External Funds Allocations

External funds are higher than the general funds because of the student’s grants. Over 90% of the external funds are from federal area, specifically from students grants.

In fiscal year 2011-2012 the expected budget cut will be $1,069,017. The operational budget funds 2010-2011 to 2014-2015 estimated increase will be of $303,583 for the five years. This little increase reinforces our vision from UPRAg’s action plan to become more successful in the acquisition of new and more external funds to continue advancing institutional education, service and research priorities.

Description Actual Budget Budget Projections

2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 Budget General Funds * 20,386,520 $ 19,317,503 $ 19,849,384 $ 20,269,678 $ 20,690,103 $ Budget External Funds ** 20,829,371 $ 21,454,252 $ 22,097,880 $ 22,760,816 $ 23,443,641$

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UPR-Aguadilla Action Plan

The present financial circumstances will require the cooperation from all sectors of the University community. Reductions in operating expenses identified as non-essential, and identification of additional funding sources is essential. The UPR-Aguadilla Action Plan to preserve compliance with Standard 3 has two main dimensions: (1) Secure continuity and institutional effectiveness with available resources and; (2) Maintain and nurture additional sources of funding to continue advancing institutional education, service and research priorities.

Secure Continuity and Institutional Effectiveness

The UPR-Aguadilla will implement internal measures to assure the continuity of all operations that support the institution’s Mission, Goals, and Objectives. Among the strategies to improve efficiency in the use of human and fiscal resources to implement:

1. More effective use of the technologies available. 2. Redistribution or consolidation of administrative tasks.

3. More effective use of facilities for nights and weekends courses.

4. Reduction in number of full and part time of professors on service contracts.

5. Reduction of energy consumption through acquisition of energy-efficient equipment and the submission of proposals for energy saving projects.

OperatingExpensesAllocatedBudgetbyProgram

Program Actual Budget

2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 _1/Instruction $ 10,160,456 $ 9,516,371 $ 9,778,391 $ 9,985,440 _2/Research $ 211,919 $ 212,570 $ 218,423 $ 223,048 _4/Academic Support $ 2,009,507 $ 2,347,755 $ 2,412,397 $ 2,463,478 _5/Student Services $ 2,069,965 $ 1,973,795 $ 2,028,141 $ 2,071,085 _6/Institutional Support $ 3,232,457 $ 3,015,072 $ 3,098,088 $ 3,163,687 _7/Infrastructure Maintenance and Operation $ 2,702,216 $ 2,251,940 $ 2,313,944 $ 2,362,940

Budget Projections

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Specific action that UPR-Aguadilla is implementing:

Strengthen the Continued Education and Professional Studies Division (DECEP) and what’s the System called UNEX ( for Extended University). The student profile is changing toward a student that work and study , with irregular hours to study. The night , Saturday and the weekend options will be the alternative to a more efficient use of the facilities. This is an opportunity for the Aguadilla Campus to present to the community more programs leading to degrees in those periods. With the goal of improving the fiscal condition, another institutional priority will be to increase student registration. This growth is projected for non-traditional populations (Populations that are not from high schools) to be served by the Extended University (UNEX=Spanish acronym. The programs offered by DECEP and UNEX are self-sustained. This means that the registration fees should cover the operational expenses and does not impact the budget that comes from the general state fund.

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