Council on Planning and Budget (CPB)
CPB's charge is to make recommendations based on established Senate policy to the Chancellor and Senate agencies concerning the allocation of educational resources, academic priorities, and the planning and budgetary process" as well as formulating a Senate view on "the campus budget and each major campus space-use and building project. CPB discusses with the Executive Vice Chancellor and Vice Chancellor for Finance the current strategic and budget issues. CPB maintains an active relationship with the Statewide University Council on Planning and Budget (UCPB) through its UCPB representative.
- Sixteen Voting Faculty Members - eight from the College of Letters and Science and eight from the professional schools, appointed by the Committee on Committees and confirmed by the Legislative Assembly for a term of up to three years.
- Two Ex-officio Members - The Vice Chancellor for Finance and the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Planning and Budget.
- Four Student Representatives - two undergraduate and two graduate students appointed by their respective student government associations (votes reported separately).
The Council on Planning and Budget meets on alternate Mondays from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. during the academic year.
For the 2020-2021 academic year, the work of the Council on Planning and Budget is organized into the following subcommittee:
- Budget Model Working Group
The work of the Council on Planning and Budget has in the past been organized into three standing committees:
- Academic Program Review Committee
- Capital Planning Committee
- Budgets and Strategic Planning Committee
- Committee on Faculty and Administrative Hiring
- Classroom Advisory Committee
- Campus Space Committee
- Enrollment Management Committee
- Executive Board (Academic Senate)
- Committee on Development (Academic Senate)
Interactions with Administration. Primarily with the Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer, the Vice Chancellor for Administration, and the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Planning and Budget.