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ERIC Number: ED131792
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Feb
Program Expenditure Models for Higher Education Budgeting 1975-1977.
Ohio Board of Regents, Columbus.
By provision of law, the Ohio Board of Regents must review the appropriation requests of the public community colleges and the state colleges and universities and then submit recommendations regarding the biennial higher education appropriation for the state. To do this, the Board of Regents developed a Model Program Expenditure Budget. This procedure depends upon two fundamental processes: (1) a uniform program classification of instructional offerings by the public institutions of higher education, and (2) an on-going resource analysis by which the actual expenditure experience of each public institution of higher education for instruction in these different programs can be determined and models for future expenditure requirements can be devised. The importance of these model budgets by program is threefold: (1) They provide a framework within which to establish state subsidy support and a corresponding level of needed student fees. (2) They make possible an equitable distribution of available state appropriation support among all public institutions of higher education. (3) They provide guidelines to public institutions of higher education in their utilization of available financial resources. (LBH)
Descriptors: Budgeting, Community Colleges, Financial Policy, Financial Support, Governing Boards, Higher Education, Models, Resource Allocation, State Aid, State Colleges, State Departments of Education, State Universities, Statewide Planning
Ohio Board of Regents, Columbus, Ohio
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Ohio Board of Regents, Columbus.
Identifiers - Location: Ohio