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FY 2012 Budget Book

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									BUDGET STUDY SESSION

Community College
District’s Annual Budget
For Fiscal Year
Beginning July 1, 2011 and
Ending June 30, 2012




Presented to the Board of Trustees on April 6, 2010




Laramie County
Community College
                                        2011-12 OPERATING BUDGET
                                           TABLE OF CONTENTS
MEMBERS
    Board of Trustees .....................................................................................................5
    President’s Cabinet ..................................................................................................5

INTRODUCTION
     Revenue....................................................................................................................6
     Resource Strategies: Reallocated Funds .................................................................7
     Tuition Increase .......................................................................................................7
     Reserves ...................................................................................................................7

STRATEGIC PLANNING
    Strategic Planning ......................................................................................................8
    Operation Plans ..........................................................................................................8
    Priorities and Outcomes .............................................................................................8
    Strategic Directions ....................................................................................................8
    Vision Statement ........................................................................................................12
    Mission Statement......................................................................................................12
    Value Statement .........................................................................................................12
    Strategic Directions Graph .........................................................................................13

DATA ANALYSIS
     Enrollment..................................................................................................................15
     2009-10 Annual Enrollment Report........................................................................... 16
     Enrollments by Location of Delivery Method 2004-2010 ......................................... 17
     Annual Enrollment Report 09-10............................................................................... 18
     Wyoming Community College Commission Systems Full-time Equivalency ......... 18
     Wyoming Community College Commission System Non-Credit Enrollment .......... 19
     Analysis of Tuition Rates........................................................................................... 20
     Analysis of Mandatory Fees ...................................................................................... 20
     Tuition Rates Ten Year History 2002-2012............................................................... 21
     Tuition Per Credit Hour Ten Year Trend ................................................................... 21
     Academic Offering..................................................................................................... 22


FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                                          2                                                     April 6, 2011
          Compensation ............................................................................................................ 24
                  Salary ............................................................................................................. 24
                  Benefits .......................................................................................................... 25
                  Leave Benefits ............................................................................................... 26
          Employees of the College .......................................................................................... 27
          Children’s Discovery Center...................................................................................... 28
          Sites and Facilities ..................................................................................................... 31
          Building Report .......................................................................................................... 32
          Campus Map .............................................................................................................. 33
          Service Area and Campus Sites ................................................................................. 34

BUDGET PROCESS
    Budget Process and Philosophy ................................................................................. 35
    Budget Cycle .............................................................................................................. 36
          Budget Process Advisory Committee Members ............................................ 37
          Ground Rules ................................................................................................. 37
          Constraints ..................................................................................................... 37
          Budget Rationale Guidelines ......................................................................... 38
          Budget Criteria ............................................................................................... 39

RECOMMENDATIONS - PROPOSED DISTRIBUTION OF NEW FUNDING ........ 41
        One-Time Expenses ....................................................................................... 42

OPERATING FUNDS
              Revenues ............................................................................................ 43
              Expenditures ...................................................................................... 44
              Pie Chart-Revenue and Expenses ...................................................... 46
              Summary ............................................................................................ 47
ONE MILL
              Revenue.............................................................................................. 48
              Expenditures ...................................................................................... 49
              Pie Chart – Revenue and Expenses .................................................... 50
              Summary ............................................................................................ 51

AUXILIARY FUND
                                Revenue.............................................................................................. 52
                                Expenditures ...................................................................................... 53
                                Pie Chart – Revenue and Expenses .................................................... 54
                                Summary ............................................................................................ 55




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                                           3                                                      April 6, 2011
FIVE MILL
                            Revenue.............................................................................................. 56
                            Expenditures ...................................................................................... 56
                            Bar Graph – Revenue and Expenses .................................................. 57
                            Summary ............................................................................................ 58


RESTRICTED FUNDS
              Revenue Detail ................................................................................... 59
              Revenue.............................................................................................. 60
              Expenditures ...................................................................................... 61
              Pie Chart – Revenue and Expenses .................................................... 62
              Summary ............................................................................................ 63

ENDOWMENT FUND
             Revenue.............................................................................................. 64
             Expenditures ...................................................................................... 64
             Pie Chart – Revenue and Expenses .................................................... 65
             Summary ............................................................................................ 66
PLANT FUND
             Revenue.............................................................................................. 67
             Expenditures ...................................................................................... 68
             Pie Chart – Revenue........................................................................... 70
             Summary ............................................................................................ 71

FUND BUDGET SUMMARY ............................................................................................ 72
              Pie Chart............................................................................................. 73




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                                      4                                                      April 6, 2011
                               BOARD OF TRUSTEES

                                           Bill Dubois

                                          John R. Kaiser

                                           Kevin Kilty

                                          Brenda Lyttle

                                          Carol Merrell

                                            Ed Mosher

                                          Greg Thomas


                                 PRESIDENT’S CABINET

                               Dr. Miles LaRowe, Interim President

                        Diane Drebin, Vice President, Student Services

                  Carol Hoglund, Vice President, Administration and Finance

                Peggie Kresl-Hotz, Assistant Vice President, Human Resources

                              Lisa Murphy, Director, Public Relations

                  Dr. Marlene Tignor, Vice President, Instructional Services

            Stan Torvik, Vice President, Workforce and Community Development




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                     5                              April 6, 2011
                                     INTRODUCTION

The following documentation begins the budgeting process for FY 2011-12. The information
herein is intended to facilitate decision-making and provide the framework to proceed into the
next phase of the budget process. The budget for FY 2011-12 is based on preliminary
assumptions and information. As additional information becomes available, the budget will be
refined to the final state, which will be presented at the July LCCC Board of Trustee’s meeting.

The final budget request will demonstrate a linkage to the strategic directives from the Board of
Trustees. The budget request will communicate the College priorities by allocating the resources
based on defined priorities and objectives. The presented budget was developed with the focus
of implementing sound fiscal practices including:

       1.      The establishment of adequate reserves,
       2.      Conservative enrollment estimates, and
       3.      Allocation of resources to operating mandates and College priorities.

Key elements comprising the proposed general fund budget are:

Revenue

   1. The State Appropriations (formula distribution) base is estimated to increase $656,055
      from $21,160,175 to $21,816,230 representing a 3.1% increase.

   2. Based on a minimal estimated increase of FY 2011-12 enrollments and a 4.5% increase
      in tuition rates, the tuition revenue is projected at $7,102,886. This represents an increase
      over the FY 2010-11 budgeted amounts of $400,000.

   3. Local property taxes are a function of assessed valuations. It is estimated that the 2012
      property assessment will increase moderately. The budget is expected to increase 11.4%
      or $447,443 over the FY 10-11 budgeted amount.

   4. High Tech and course fees are estimated to increase 5.5% or $130,550 to $2,512,502 as
      the result of the increased enrollment. There are no new mandatory fees recommended.

   5. Investment income is expected to decrease $146,353 as the result of the challenging
      economic environment.

   6. One mill appropriations are expected to increase 9.3% or $93,297 over the FY 2010-11
      budgeted amounts or $1,000,072.

   7. All of the above items combine to yield $1,580,992 increase in new revenue to the
      General Fund.

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Resource Strategies

   Reallocated Funds

   1. Replacement positions will yield an estimated $195,457 in base budget for replacements
      or to be redistributed.

   2. Professional development funds have been reduced by $12,304 to be redistributed.

   3. Scholarship resources have been realigned based on demonstrated need by $345,975 to
      be redistributed.

   Total estimated new funds available for FY 2012 equal $2,134,728.


   Tuition Increase

   The tuition budget includes a 6.0% increase in tuition revenue. The charts below indicate the
   recommended rate changes for per credit hour tuition increases:

                                               2010-2011 Per       2011-2012
    Residency Classification                   Credit Hour         Per Credit Hour        Increase
    Wyoming Residents                                $68                  $71                $3
    WUE and Nebraska Students                       $102                 $107                $5
    Non-Residents                                   $204                 $213                $9


   Reserves

   The College established an operating reserve of 1% of General Fund Revenue. The
   establishment of a reserve is intended to offset changes in estimates, such as State
   Appropriations, tuition revenue, or local appropriations.




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                    7                                    April 6, 2011
                         COLLEGE STRATEGIC PLANNING

Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning is a critical factor at Laramie County Community College because the college
uses this process to guide decision-making and future direction of the institution. This is
accomplished through a mission statement, established values, a vision statement, and prescribed
strategic directions: the budget serves as the link between planning and resource allocation, a
mechanism for setting priorities and a plan of action. The strategic directions describe a major
area of endeavor the College will pursue in alignment with mission, vision, and values.

Operation Plans

Operational plans outline how the College, through the divisions or departments, will achieve the
strategic directions. The process is facilitated by the development of goals and objectives.

Goals describe a broad target that focuses effort toward specific progress in achievement of the
strategic direction.

Objectives are written at the departmental or divisional level, are specific, observable, and time
delimited actions that will yield results leading to the achievement of goals.

Priorities and Outcomes

Based on Board strategic directions and input from College operational plans, several foci have
been established for the upcoming budget year. These decisions are all tied intrinsically to the
budget process.

Strategic Directions

Laramie County Community College is a recognized leader among community colleges at the
state and national level. Our strategic plan builds on the College’s foundation of quality
programs and services and challenges us to find innovative and efficient ways to address the
future education and training needs of our students and our communities. This strategic plan
assists in shaping that future through a series of strategic directions and goals, all of which are
predicated on thoughtful analysis and continuous improvement. We will continually ask
ourselves, ―How will this affect learners and learning at LCCC?‖ as we make decisions and
implement this plan.




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                       8                                      April 6, 2011
  1. Maximize learning opportunities that foster student success

   To maximize learning is to use resources and engage in activities that make a wide array of
   credit and non-credit, transfer and career and technical, academic and life enrichment
   opportunities as accessible, frequent, flexible, and comprehensive as possible. To foster
   student success is to create an environment that allows students to meet their goals, gain
   lifelong skills, and lead purposeful lives in a complex, global world.

                                                                                 Progress
       Goals for 2011-2015                                                       Report Due
       1.1 Create and implement a student success program to improve student     July, 2010
           retention.
       1.2 Restructure scheduling and delivery options to expand student         January, 2012
           access to learning.
       1.3 Integrate framework for assessment of courses, core abilities, and    January, 2011
           programs that leads to continuous improvement.
       1.4 Create/revise programming that is responsive to both student and      Continuous,
           community needs.                                                      reporting every
                                                                                 six months
       1.5 Enhance quality in academic coursework to facilitate student          Continuous,
           learning necessary for building a well-educated citizenry.            reporting every
                                                                                 six months
       1.6 Expand living and learning options to support student engagement,     Annual
           enrichment, and service outside to the classroom.
       1.7 Conduct environmental assessment of campus for design that            Master Plan,
           facilitates learning (wayfaring, aesthetics, comfort, etc.).          July, 2012
       1.8 Create centers of excellence for current and emerging technologies.   December, 2010

  2. Engage the community through collaborations that are mutually beneficial

   In active collaboration, Laramie County Community College will promote community
   service, a rich cultural environment, a trained, productive workforce, and growing economic
   vitality for the region. We are committed both to our role as a community resource and to
   meeting community expectations.

                                                                                 Progress
   Goals for 2011-2015                                                           Report Due:
   2.1 Create new partnerships with businesses and industries to provide         Semi-annually,
       workforce training and development.                                       beginning July,
                                                                                 2010
   2.2 Expand partnerships with businesses and community agencies to
       facilitate learning and leverage resources.




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   2.3 Expand personal interest and community education programs,
       including conference services, to meet the diverse needs of the
       community.
   2.4 Extend community connections through outreach and service activities.
   2.5 Expand cultural enrichment opportunities and partnerships.
   2.6 Extend role as community partner in attracting new business to the
       region.
   2.7 Expand PK-20 relationships and processes to facilitate academic, career
       and technical curriculum integration that supports career pathway
       development.

  3. Ensure institutional effectiveness

  An effective organization aligns structures and systems, applies the principles of continuous
  improvement, strengthens data-enhanced decision making, and maintains a focus on
  accountability through identification and assessment of key functions and measures of
  achievement.
                                                                                  Progress
  Goals for 2011-2015:                                                            Report Due:
  3.1 Create and implement both institutional and department                      January, 2011
      assessment/effectiveness plans.
  3.2 Revise and document institutional policies and procedures.                  July, 2010
  3.3 Foster cultural change to adopt continuous improvement principles           July, 2010 and
      College wide.                                                               ongoing
  3.4 Create/enhance technological systems to make access to College              July, 2010 and
      information easy and efficient for the college community and beyond.        ongoing

  4. Manage resources to support a dynamic organization

  Through innovation and efficiency, we seek to provide maximum benefit to students and
  community by using resources (time, talent, funds, and facilities) wisely and locating new
  resources to fuel growth.
                                                                                  Progress
  Goals for 2011-2015                                                             Report Due:
  4.1 Increase College capacity to serve through planned physical facility       January, 2012
      growth.                                                                    and ongoing
  4.2 Realign College systems and resources to meet capacity as needs            July, 2011 and
      change.                                                                    ongoing
  4.3 Identify and implement cost efficiencies and streamline processes to       July, 2010 and
      improve service and capacity.                                              annually
  4.4 Actively pursue additional sources of funding to facilitate growth.        July, 2010 and
                                                                                 ongoing
  4.5 Develop and implement an integrated planning and budgeting process.        July, 2010
  4.6 Recruit and retain a diverse student, faculty, and staff population.       December,
                                                                                 2010



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  5. Strengthen the College through increased collaboration and communication

  A strong organization engages the ideas and talents of its employees to make the preferred
  vision happen. It creates an environment in which safety, civility, creativity, transparency;
  diversity, continual learning and college-wide involvement in key decisions are the norm.

                                                                                  Progress
  Goals for 2011-2015:                                                            Report Due:
  5.1 Create and implement a performance management system for all                July, 2012
      employees that increase employee accountability while simultaneously
      increasing employees’ sense of being valued.
  5.2 Establish cross-campus structures that foster increased collaboration and   January, 2011
      communication.                                                              and annually
  5.3 Establish professional development and mentoring programs for all           July, 2013
      employees.




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Visionhjjjj
       Statement
―Laramie County Community College is a comprehensive community college that offers educational
opportunities for citizens of its service area by:

      Providing technical/vocational education
      Preparing students for four-year colleges
      Providing developmental and basic skills education
      Providing continuing education and community service programs
      Providing a skilled labor force
      Making the educational opportunities affordable
      Providing academic support services for its students
      Providing a variety of learning environments
      Providing an alternative to the traditional classroom
      Providing state-of-the-art training

We also enhance access to and utilization of advanced technologies for citizens of its service area by:

      Providing an alternative to the traditional classroom
      Providing state-of-the art training




Mission Statement

―Laramie County Community College is a dynamic learning center that promotes social and economic
prosperity for the individual and the community.‖



Value Statement

―The people who teach, learn, and work at Laramie County Community College have shaped the core
values that direct our mission and achievements. We recommit to these values to guide our decisions
and behaviors as we seek to meet the changing needs, aspirations, and goals of the campus and the
community,‖ These values include

      Educational Excellence
      Integrity
      Respect
      Community
      Campus Civility



    FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                     12                                    April 6, 2011
            Percent of Budget in Support of the Strategic
                            Directions



                                       6%
                                                                                             1
                      25%                                                                    2
                                                                 53%                         3
                                                                                             4

                         9%                                                                  5
                                  7%




Strategic Directions

   1.   Maximize learning opportunities that foster student success
   2.   Engage the community through collaborations that are mutually beneficial
   3.   Ensure institutional effectiveness
   4.   Manage resources to support a dynamic organization
   5.   Strengthen the College through increased collaboration and communication




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                         DATA ANALYSES AND COMPARISONS

This section consists of any analysis and summary of financial and enrollment data. Collectively this
data will identify areas of concern and support revenue and expense budget recommendations to the
Board.




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                                                          ENROLLMENT


                                             Laramie County Community College
                                               Annualized1 Enrollment History
    7,000.0



    6,000.0

                             FTE
    5,000.0                  Headcount



    4,000.0



    3,000.0



    2,000.0



    1,000.0



        0.0
              1969-1970
              1970-1971
              1971-1972
              1972-1973
              1973-1974
              1974-1975
              1975-1976
              1976-1977
              1977-1978
              1978-1979
              1979-1980
              1980-1981
              1981-1982
              1982-1983
              1983-1984
              1984-1985
              1985-1986
              1986-1987
              1987-1988
              1988-1989
              1989-1990
              1990-1991
              1991-1992
              1992-1993
              1993-1994
              1994-1995
              1995-1996
              1996-1997
              1997-1998
              1998-1999
              1999-2000
              2000-2001
              2001-2002
              2002-2003
              2003-2004
              2004-2005
              2005-2006
              2006-2007
              2007-2008
              2008-2009
              2009-2010
  1 Annualized: (summer+fall+spring)/2
  * For enrollment reporting purposes, the academic year includes the summer, fall,           Source: System Enrollment Reports
                                                                                      Prepared by: LCCC IR Office, AB, 06/17/2010
    and spring semesters.




Both headcount and full-time equivalency (FTE) have increased since the beginning of the College. Over
the last ten years, headcount has increased 45.1% and FTE has increased 66.6%. For fiscal year 2009-
2010, headcount increased 2.7% and FTE increased 7.4%.

Demographically, full-time is 35.8% and part-time is 64.2%. The gender ratio remains steady at 60%
women versus 40% men.




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                                     Laramie County Community College
                                     2009-2010 Annual Enrollment Report


                                         Headcount                                        FTE
                                                     Annualized                                         Annualized
  Enrollment               09/SU 09/FA         10/SP   Total            09/SU     09/FA     10/SP         Total
   Full-time                   74 2,121          2,200        2,197.5      85.2   2,562.9   2,742.9        2,695.5
   Part-time                1,545 2,919          3,409        3,936.5     542.9   1,174.4   1,352.3        1,534.8
   Total                    1,619 5,040          5,609        6,134.0     628.1   3,737.3   4,095.2        4,230.3
  Data Source: Sys tem Enrollm ent Report, Parts A and F


                                         Headcount                                        FTE
                                                     Annualized                                         Annualized
  Program Category         09/SU      09/FA    10/SP   Total            09/SU     09/FA     10/SP         Total
  Academic/Transfer
   Full-time                    30     1,248     1,232        1,255.0     33.1    1,521.7   1,542.0        1,548.4
   Part-time                   486       752       751          994.5    191.3      391.3     377.4          480.0
   Total                       516     2,000     1,983        2,249.5    224.3    1,912.9   1,919.4        2,028.3
  Career/Technical
   Full-time                    34       678       759          735.5     40.1      810.1     948.6          899.4
   Part-time                   407       587       600          797.0    166.9      341.8     347.1          427.9
   Total                       441     1,265     1,359        1,532.5    207.0    1,151.9   1,295.7        1,327.3
  Undeclared
   Full-time                    10       195       209          207.0     12.0     231.1        252.3        247.7
   Part-time                   652     1,580     2,058        2,145.0    184.8     441.3        627.8        626.9
   Total                       662     1,775     2,267        2,352.0    196.8     672.4        880.1        874.6
  Data Source: Sys tem Enrollm ent Report, Parts E and F


  Enrollment History                     Headcount                                        FTE
                                                           Annualized                                   Annualized
  Academic Year              SU        FA        SP          Total       SU         FA       SP           Total
   1999-00                   1,097     3,586     3,773        4,228.0     366.1   2,324.4   2,389.2        2,539.8
   2000-01                   1,031     3,574     3,647        4,126.0     335.8   2,407.7   2,420.3        2,581.9
   2001-02                   1,060     3,863     3,942        4,432.5     392.4   2,576.2   2,647.6        2,808.1
   2002-03                   1,075     4,157     4,521        4,876.5     399.0   2,833.1   2,977.6        3,104.9
   2003-04                   1,298     4,465     4,737        5,250.0     499.7   2,975.0   3,110.2        3,292.5
   2004-05                   1,380     4,522     4,772        5,337.0     527.4   3,169.8   3,234.3        3,465.8
   2005-06                   1,479     4,603     4,943        5,512.5     564.7   3,176.4   3,313.9        3,527.5
   2006-07                   1,503     4,584     5,051        5,569.0     589.3   3,252.1   3,491.5        3,666.4
   2007-08                   1,568     4,886     4,948        5,701.0     606.9   3,411.2   3,441.2        3,729.6
   2008-09                   1,585     5,033     5,322        5,970.0     634.8   3,549.3   3,695.9        3,940.0
   2009-10                   1,619     5,040     5,609        6,134.0     628.1   3,737.3   4,095.2        4,230.3
   1-Year Change             2.1%      0.1%      5.4%           2.7%     -1.1%       5.3%    10.8%           7.4%
   5-Year Change            17.3%     11.5%     17.5%          14.9%     19.1%     17.9%     26.6%          22.1%
   10-Year Change           47.6%     40.5%     48.7%          45.1%     71.6%     60.8%     71.4%          66.6%

                                         Headcount                                        FTE
                                                     Annualized                                         Annualized
  Gender                   09/SU 09/FA         10/SP   Total            09/SU     09/FA     10/SP         Total
   Men                        556 2,010          2,356        2,461.0     217.9   1,505.5   1,727.5        1,725.4
   Women                    1,063 3,030          3,253        3,673.0     410.2   2,231.8   2,367.7        2,504.8
  Data Source: Sys tem Enrollm ent Report, Parts A and F
  LCCC IR Office, AB, 06/30/2010




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                                         Laramie County Community College
                         Enrollments by Location or Delivery Method, 2004-2005 to 2009-2010

                                                                   Annualized1 Headcount2 Enrollment
                                                                                                                     1-year   5-year
            location                 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010                    change change
 Albany County Campus                      994      1,088    1,265     1,244     1,272     1,343                        5.58% 35.11%
 Cheyenne Campus                         3,133      3,341    3,147     3,206     3,259     3,455                        6.00% 10.28%
 Concurrent Enrollment                     335        417      525       541       581       576                       -0.86% 72.05%
 Distance Learning Courses               1,173      1,471    1,689     1,927     1,854     1,947                        5.02% 65.94%
 Other Outreach Sites                      414        368      298       272       294       293                       -0.34% -29.26%
   unduplicated total                    5,017      5,487    5,573     5,701     5,970     6,134                        2.75% 22.28%
                                                                              3
                                                               Annualized FTE Enrollment
                                                                                                                     1-year   5-year
 location                            2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010                    change change
 Albany County Campus                    489.02   522.84 594.62 630.21 714.34 730.21                                   2.22% 49.32%
 Cheyenne Campus                       2,196.78 2,226.74 2,206.52 2,212.37 2,274.67 2,494.0                            9.64% 13.53%
 Concurrent Enrollment                    63.54   120.58 152.72 150.83 166.91              182.1                       9.09% 186.56%
 Distance Learning Courses               490.24   539.63 612.79 652.96 694.21              731.1                       5.31% 49.13%
 Other Outreach Sites                    126.08   104.98     87.00     79.88     91.33       92.7                      1.46% -26.50%
 total4                                3,365.66 3,514.77 3,653.64 3,726.25 3,941.46 4,230.0                             7.32% 25.68%
 Data Source: Colleague Records
 Prepared by: LCCC IR Office, AMM, July 2010

 Notes:
 1
   For reporting purposes, the academic year includes the summer, fall , and spring semesters. Annualized enrollment = (summer +
 fall + spring)/2.
 2
  Headcounts are unduplicated by location. However, since some students take classes at more than one location, total headcounts
 are duplicated counts.
 3
  Full-time Equivalent (FTE) enrollment for each semester = (total student credits)/12.
 4
  The total of the annualized FTE for all different locations/delivery methods may differ slightly from the total FTE reported in the annual
 enrollment report due to rounding.




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                                         WYOMING COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM
                                           ANNUAL ENROLLMENT REPORT 09-10

WYOMING COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM
ENROLLMENT REPORT: CREDIT HEADCOUNT
                        Full-time                                                     Part-time                                     Total
College      Summer       Fall       Spring      Annual         Summer        Fall          Spring    Annual    Summer   Fall      Spring    Annual    Percent
Casper       29.0         2078.0     1954.0      2030.5         1257.0        2579.0        2219.0    3027.5    1286.0   4657.0    4173.0    5058.0    18.48%
Central      58.0         964.0      843.0       932.5          562.0         1441.0        1407.0    1705.0    620.0    2405.0    2250.0    2637.5    9.64%
Eastern      10.0         637.0      568.0       607.5          383.0         1059.0        1035.0    1238.5    393.0    1696.0    1603.0    1846.0    6.75%
LCCC         74.0         2121.0     2200.0      2197.5         1545.0        2919.0        3409.0    3936.5    1619.0   5040.0    5609.0    6134.0    22.42%
North        20.0         1348.0     1208.0      1288.0         540.0         850.0         912.0     1151.0    560.0    2198.0    2120.0    2439.0    8.91%
west
NWCCD        6.0          1422.0     1317.0      1372.5         1048.0        2517.0        2374.0    2969.5    1054.0   3939.0    3691.0    4342.0    15.87%
Western      15.0         1243.0     1164.0      1211.0         1220.0        2878.0        3298.0    3698.0    1235.0   4121.0    4462.0    4909.0    17.94%
Total        212.0        9813.0     9254.0      9639.5         6555.0        14243.0       14654.0   17726.0   6767.0   24056.0   23908.0   27365.5
Percent                                          35.23%                                               64.77%                                           100.00%
*These counts include on-campus, distance education, auditing, compressed video and telecourse students
Source: Wyoming Community College Commission                Date:   7-Sep-10




WYOMING COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM
ENROLLMENT REPORT: CREDIT FULL-TIME EQUIVALENTS
                      Full-time                                                  Part-time                                          Total
College      Summer       Fall       Spring        Annual       Summer        Fall          Spring    Annual    Summer   Fall      Spring    Annual    Percent
Casper       32.5         2639.5     2491.4        2581.7       472.6         1051.4        882.6     1203.3    505.1    3690.9    3374.1    3785.0    20.87%
Central      68.5         1207.7     1070.6        1173.4       197.8         589.7         499.6     643.5     266.3    1797.3    1570.2    1816.9    10.02%
Eastern      10.4         824.1      757.0         795.8        79.2          387.8         333.4     400.2     89.6     1211.8    1090.4    1195.9    6.59%
LCCC         85.2         2562.9     2742.9        2695.5       542.9         1174.4        1352.3    1534.8    628.1    3737.3    4095.2    4230.3    23.33%
North        22.7         1773.8     1574.4        1685.4       173.4         313.5         352.8     419.9     196.1    2087.3    1927.2    2105.3    11.61%
west
NWCCD        6.8          1742.0     1633.8        1691.3       175.9         785.4         634.8     798.0     182.7    2527.3    2268.6    2489.3    13.73%
Western      16.5         1621.0     1503.1        1570.3       269.9         765.3         848.3     941.7     286.4    2386.2    2351.4    2512.0    13.85%
Total        242.5      12370.8      11773.3       12193.3      1911.7        5067.3        4903.8     5941.3   2154.2   17441.0   16677.1   18134.7
Percent                                            67.24%                                              32.76%                                           100.00%
*These counts include on-campus, distance education, auditing, compressed video and telecourse students
Source: Wyoming Community College Commission                Date: 14-Oct-10




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WYOMING COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM
ENROLLMENT REPORT: NON-CREDIT ENROLLMENT
                                    Continuing Education                     Community Service         Total Continuing Education & Community Service

                                                                                                     Unduplicated Headcount       Duplicated Headcount
                               Unduplicated       Duplicated           Unduplicated     Duplicated
          College               Headcount         Headcount*            Headcount       Headcount*   Annual         Percent         Total        Percent

Casper                             672.0            1539.0                 1112.5         3659.0      1765.0        16.61%         5198.0       18.76%

Central                            555.5            1291.0                 835.5          2296.0      1351.5        12.72%         3587.0       12.95%
Eastern                            439.0            1086.0                 1771.0         4533.0      2283.5        21.49%         5384.0       19.43%
LCCC                               818.0            2345.0                 797.0          2493.0      1598.0        15.04%         4838.0       17.46%

Northwest**                        639.0            1832.0                 196.5           441.0      819.5          7.71%         2273.0        8.20%
NWCCD                             1041.5            1098.0                 170.5           392.0      1210.5        11.39%         2588.0        9.34%
Western                            974.0            1146.0                 659.5          1547.0      1600.0        15.05%         3839.0       13.86%
Total                             5139.0            10337.0                5542.5         15361.0    10628.0         100%         27707.0        100%
*Duplicated headcounts are not annualized
**Northwest College does not offer Community Service courses during the summer
Source: Wyoming Community College commission                                                                   Date: 7-Sep-10




          FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                                            19                                           April 6, 2011
                              ANALYSIS OF TUITION RATES

The Wyoming Community College Commission (WCCC) establishes tuition policy for all
Wyoming community colleges [W.S. 21-18-202(a)(ii)]. The policy was approved in October 27,
2006, and is reviewed annually.

The tuition rates for FY 2011-12 are:
                                                2011-12                          2011-12
      Residency                         Part-time tuition rate            Full-time tuition rate
     Classification                        (up to 12 hours)                (12 hours or more)
  Wyoming Residents                       $ 71 per credit hour                   $ 852
WUE and Nebraska Students                $ 107 per credit hour                   $ 1,284
     Non-Residents                       $ 213 per credit hour                   $ 2,556

In addition:
    1. Full-time tuition is capped at 12 credit hours
    2. Tuition for distance education courses will be the same as for on-site courses
    3. Tuition for non-WUE out-of-state students will be 300% of in-state tuition, excepting
        Nebraska students will be 150% of in-state tuition
    4. Tuition for international students will be 300% of in-state tuition
    5. Tuition for students in WUE states will be 150% of in-state tuition

For FY 2011-12, the WCCC has recommended a 4.5% tuition increase.

                           ANALYSIS OF MANDATORY FEES

Mandatory fees are set at $35 per credit hour and are distributed as follows:

                                   Description               Amount Per Hour
                    General Fee – Student                         6.94
                    General Fee – Student (ACC)                   1.47
                    Student CCC Fee                               1.52
                    Student CCC Fee (ACC)                         0.32
                    Total Student Fee                            10.25

                    PE Wellness Fee                               0.64
                    PE Wellness Fee (ACC)                         0.39
                    Intramural Sports                             0.21
                    Health Education Fees                         1.01
                    Total Wellness Fee                            2.25

                    Athletics Fee                                 4.50

                    High Tech Fees                                10.00

                    Facilities Fees –                             8.00
                    Repayment of Bond Maintenance
                                                    TOTAL        $35.00



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                      TUITION RATES TEN-YEAR HISTORY

                                 TUITION PER CREDIT HOUR

            YEAR              IN STATE     OUT OF STATE    WUE
          2002-2003             51.00         153.00        77.00
          2003-2004             53.00         159.00        79.00
          2004-2005             55.00         165.00        83.00
          2005-2006             57.00         172.00        86.00
          2006-2007             59.00         178.00        89.00
          2007-2008             62.00         186.00        93.00
          2008-2009             65.00         195.00        98.00
          2009-2010             68.00         204.00       102.00
          2010-2011             68.00         204.00       102.00
          2011-2012             71.00         213.00       107.00




                                 TUITION PER CREDIT HOUR
                                     TEN YEAR TREND


 250



 200



 150

                                                              IN STATE
 100                                                          OUT OF STATEWUE
                                                              WUE

  50



   0




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                                  ACADEMIC OFFERING

Academic Programs: Laramie County Community College offers three degrees: Associate
of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS), and Associate of Applied Science (AAS). The College
also offers a variety of Certificates of Completion. During the 2009-2010 academic year, LCCC
awarded 680 degrees and certificates:
         214 Associate of Arts Degrees
         62 Associate of Science Degrees
         231 Associate of Applied Science Degrees
         173 Certificates of Completion

Currently, 82 academic programs lead to an associate degree and 27 career programs offer
certificates of completion. There are 18 articulation agreements in place with universities in
Wyoming and the surrounding states. Laramie County Community College is accredited or
certified with the:
         Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and
            Schools
         American Bar Association (ABA) Standing Committee on Legal Assistants
         American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation
         Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education (CAAHEP)
         Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JCERT)
         National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
         National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC)
         Wyoming State Board of Nursing

Library: The Ludden Library integrates print and electronic resources, technology, services,
and a knowledgeable staff to support the College’s curricular and instructional programs. As of
January 2011, the physical book collection totaled approximately 55,000 print titles and over
58,500 electronic book titles. In addition, the library subscribes to 178 print journals and
approximately 30,000 full-text e-periodical titles. The audiovisual collection consists of 5,311
items (DVDs, VHS, CDs, and software materials). In order to enhance access to information for
distance learners, the library has purchased digital rights to over 6,200 films that support the
College’s academic and vocational programs. The library provides 24/7 access to over 100
databases in all subject areas ranging from allied health, to business, arts and humanities, and
online trade magazines for the vocational areas. During the 2009/10 academic year, LCCC
students downloaded 471,034 full-text articles for these databases, which was double the number
from the previous year. Librarians taught 120 information literacy sessions with approximately
2,600 students attending. Based on trend data, by the end of FY2012 the growth in information
literacy instruction is expected to represent a 45.6% increase in sessions since the 2008/09
academic year with a 183% increase in attendance.




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The main campus library supports Albany County Campus by processing all ACC materials and
providing access to the same number of electronic resources available to the main campus
library. Additionally, the circulating collection in Cheyenne is available to ACC users via next
day courier, and interlibrary loan services are provided by Ludden Library staff. These services
are currently provided to patrons free of charge.

Books, periodicals, audiovisual materials, student computer chairs, staff computers, a campus-
wide information TV, and seven databases were purchased with funds from the library budget.
In addition, monies from the library budget were used to participate in the WYLD Consortium,
which is a statewide network of members sharing the online library catalog maintained by the
Wyoming State Library. Legislated community college library funds have been used to purchase
additional online databases, e-books, e-periodicals, and audiovisual materials. The library also
has access to subscription databases purchased by the Wyoming State Library and made
available to all citizens of the State.

In 2010, the Ludden Library presented three programs and hosted a traveling art exhibit. The
first program was a reading and book signing with Kristin Dobson and her book, ―Gotta Keep
Movin’ On.‖ The event was held in the library and had over sixty campus and community
members in attendance. In September, 2010, Dorene Ludwig presented, ―Loveliness to Sell –
The Lady Poets‖ as part of the Wyoming Humanities Council’s speaker forums. This program
was so successful that Ms. Ludwig was asked to return for an encore performance specifically
for English literature classes. In conjunction with the women poets, the library arranged to host
the American Heritage Center exhibit, ―In Pursuit of Equality.‖ The Wyoming Humanities
Council also awarded LCCC, in partnership with the Laramie County Public Library, a ―We the
People‖ grant for $1,500 to bring Mariko Terasaki Miller to campus. Ms. Miller spoke to a
crowd of over 100 people about her experiences as the daughter of a Japanese diplomat living in
Japan during World War II.




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                                                  COMPENSATION
      Salary
      Responsibility for administering the College’s job classification and compensation system is
      assigned to Human Resources, who work in cooperation with President’s Cabinet and
      Administrators, under supervision of the President. Benefited employees are assigned to one of
      four compensation plans, each having a separate salary schedule: faculty, educational services
      staff, nonteaching professional, and administration.

      In general, yearly increases are funded through state appropriation at a rate of 62.5% for the
      general fund. All other increases are funded with other College revenue sources. Increase
      recommendations are forwarded to the Board of Trustees during the annual budget process.

      For FY 2011-12, the State Legislature did not appropriate funding for salary increases in addition
      to the supplemental appropriation. Educational advancement increases are available for
      benefited employees who have completed the requirements for advancement in accordance with
      College policy.




                              LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                        SALARY INCREASE HISTORY
     Fiscal Year                     Faculty                    Staff                                  Administrators
         1997                           2.5%                    2.5%                                         2.5%
         1998                           3.0%                    3.0%                                         3.0%
         1999                           2.1%                    2.1%                                         2.1%
        2000*                           0.0%                    0.0%                                         0.0%
         2001                           7.0%                    7.0%                                         7.0%
         2002                          14.8%                   14.8%                                        14.8%
         2003                           6.1%                    6.1%                                         6.1%
                           $600 to base plus        $600 to base plus                                $600 to base plus
       2004**                         3.125%                  3.125%                                       3.125%
        2005                            6.0%                    6.0%                                         6.0%
        2006                            6.9%                    6.9%                                         6.9%
        2007                            4.0%                    4.0%                                         4.0%
        2008                           20.3%                   18.0%                                        10.0%
        2009                            4.0%                    4.0%                                         4.0%
        2010                            2.5%                    2.5%                                         2.5%
        2011                             0%                      0%                                           0%

*Benefited employees received a $1,000 add-to-pay which was not a permanent salary increase.
**In addition, benefited employees received a 1% (of base salary) one-time, add-to-pay due to increasing enrollment by 5%.




      FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                             24                                          April 6, 2011
                                 BENEFITS
              PROVIDED BY LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                               FOR FY 2011-12
                                                                  LCCC       EMPLOYEE       PROJECTED FROM
                         BENEFITS                                 PAYS         PAYS          2010/11 ACTUALS
Health Insurance                                                   85%           15%               $ 4,002,259
Dental Insurance                                                   85%           15%                   176,243
Basic Term Life/AD&D Insurance                                    100%            0%                    31,375
Long Term Disability (LTD) / Standard Life                         75%           25%                   196,938
Dependent Life                                                       0          100%                         0
Wyoming Retirement/TIAA/CREF                                     12.69%         1.43%                2,388,772
FICA Medical/Social Security                                      7.65%         5.65%                1,725,555
Vision                                                              0%          100%                         0
State Retirees Health Insurance Benefit                            .06%           0%                   113,343

                      Tuition Grants:
$10 per credit hour for employee/dependent                                                            $ 80,000
$10 per Credit hour up to 3 credits per semester for adjuncts
3 credit hours per semester at UW waived


                     Other Benefits:
Professional Development Funds                                                                        $ 75,000
Workers’ Compensation                                                                                   30,000
Unemployment Insurance                                                                                  60,000
Transitional Opportunities Plan (TOP)                           4% per year for each year              165,427
                                                                of service beyond ten
                                                                years of continuous
                                                                benefitted service up to
                                                                $75,000. (Hired prior to
                                                                4/11/91)




    FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                         25                                    April 6, 2011
                             LEAVE BENEFITS
             PROVIDED BY LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                             FOR FY 2011-2012

12 Month Employees:

Vacation Leave:
  Administrators                       21 days per year
  Staff                                12 days per year (1-5 years)
                                       14 days per year (6-10 years)
                                       21 days per year (10+ years)
   Professional Staff/Administrators   21 days per year

Sick Leave                             12 days per year
Sick Bank                              Extended illness: 50 days during any two consecutive
                                       fiscal years
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)        Up to 12 weeks in a rolling calendar year of unpaid
                                       leave for medical reasons

Parental Leave                         Up to 12 weeks using sick/vacation/leave without pay
                                       under FMLA for adoption or birth of child

Personal Leave                         2 days per year fiscal year

Consulting Leave                       3 days per year
(Faculty/Admin/Exempt Staff)

Professional Leave                     Unlimited

Sabbatical Leave (Faculty)             1 or more semesters

Paid Holidays                          13-15 days per year

Military Leave                         15 calendar days

Bereavement Leave                      Up to 5 days per incident for immediate family within
                                       the third degree of consanguinity or affinity

Other Leaves (i.e. administrative      Evaluated on merit
exchanges, advanced study)


Source: Leave Procedure 4120




   FY 2011-12 Operating Budget              26                                   April 6, 2011
                           EMPLOYEES OF THE COLLEGE

Full-Time Employees: The College currently employs 103 full-time faculty, 223 staff, and 28
administrators. They are distributed throughout the President’s Office, Administration and
Finance, Instructional Services, Student Services, and Workforce and Community Development.

Part-Time Employees: The College currently employs 277 part-time faculty and 233 part-
time staff.

Federal Work Classifications: The full-time instructional faculty are comprised of 47%
male, 53% female.

The increase in enrollment has greatly impacted faculty and staff. Additionally, class sections
have been added to facilitate the instructional demand. The processes which take students from
an application to the classroom have expanded with the enrollment growth, as well as the federal
and state changes in financial aid.


(Source: Human Resources)




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                           CHILDREN’S DISCOVERY CENTER


The Children’s Discovery Center (CDC) has undergone a complete reorganization and re-
accreditation during the past year. One of the innovations at CDC since the fall 2010 semester
was the use of the Center to assist LCCC students by providing opportunities for practicums,
learning labs, observations and service projects. Students are able to take advantage of a
controlled educational environment and professional staff to assist them with their particular area
of study. While this entails additional time and effort on behalf of the staff in scheduling,
protecting confidentiality and instruction, it is a natural use of available resources and adds to the
collegiality of LCCC. Another benefit of this cooperation is that the CDC staff members are
being utilized as guest speakers on child development topics within college classrooms.

The Children’s Discovery Center has recently been invited to begin building a professional and
educational relationship with the University of Wyoming. The students of the University will be
using our site to complete an internship class for the Professional Child Development degree as
well as students earning the Birth to Five Endorsement offered through the Elementary
Education/Early Childhood Education Department. Many education and early childhood
education students from LCCC continue on to the University of Wyoming to pursue degrees in
Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, and Professional Child Development. These
students get a solid beginning with the programs and courses by using the Children’s Discovery
Center.


Operating Challenges

          Inadequate Space
          Salary and Benefits Determined by College Compensation Plan
          Insufficient Revenue Sources to Cover Operating Costs




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      Students Using Children’s Discovery Center as an Educational Resource

                                                      Number of   Number of     Total
                                                       students    students   students
          Department                  Class              (fall)    (spring)

     Human Services           HMSV 1200-00                3           0          3

                              HMSV 2110-00                0           2          2

                              HMSV 1060-20                0          14         14

                              HMSV 2000-20               10           0         10

     College of Nursing       NRST 1980- 60              12          12         24

     Dental Hygiene           DHYG 1425-01              clinic        3          3

     Physical Education       PEPR 1004-21-01            12           0         12

     Mass Media/ multi        MMMM 1480-01                1           0          1

     Psychology               Child Psych                 5           0          5

     Social Work              SOWK 2000-80                4           0          4

     Educ- Early Child        EDEC 1100-01                0          15         15

                              EDEC 1020                   5           6         11

                              EDEC 1030-01                3           0          3

                              EDEC 2200-80                2           0          2

     Library Science          LIBS 2280-01               15           9         24

     Golden Eagle             Service Projects            5           0          5

     UW                       FCSC 4130                   0           5          5

     LCCC Students Using Children's Discovery Center                            140

     Community Tours          Chey. East H.S.            20          21         41

                              Chey. Cent. H.S.           20          22         42

                              Carey Jr. High                          5          5

     Faculty Contributors                                            23         23

     Volunteers                                                       1          1

     Total                                                                      255



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                               Current Enrollment - 94 Children
                                    Capacity - 99 Children


                                     LCCC Staff
                                       14%



                     Student                                    Community
                      31%                                         55%




Infants Program
Classroom                           DFS Ratio          Enrollment Ratio     Max Sq. Ft.
Penguins (6 weeks-12 mo)            1:4 or 2:8                2:8              2:8
Turtles (12 mo- 16 mo)              1:5 or 2:10               1:5             2:10
Dragonflies (16 mo-23 mo)           1:5 or 2:10              2:10             2:10

Preschool Program
Classroom                           DFS Ratio          Enrollment Ratio       Sq Ft.
Bee’s ( 22 mo-2 yrs)                1:5 or 2:10              2:10              2:10
Monkey’s (3 yrs- 5 yrs)            1:10 or 2:20              1:14              2:16
Zebras (3 yrs- 4 yrs)              1:10 or 2:20              2:20              2:20
Eagles (4 yrs- 5 yrs)              1:12 or 2:24              1:19              2:24

Definitions:
      1:4 means 1 adult to every 4 children
      2:8 means 2 adults to every 8 children

Department of Family Services (DFS) Ratio
      Based on Wyoming’s DFS Regulations

Enrollment Ratio
      Based on teachers in classroom and children enrolled

Square Feet (Sq. Ft.)
      Based on DFS Licensing officer’s requirements
      Requirements posted in each classroom



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                                 SITES AND FACILITIES


Sites of Instruction: Laramie County Community College provides instruction throughout the
entire service region; however, most activities occur at the main campus in Cheyenne, Albany
County, Warren Air Force Base, and Eastern Laramie County campuses.

      Cheyenne Campus: The Cheyenne campus occupies 270 acres and consists of 27
       buildings, including the new Health Science building.

      Albany County Campus: The campus is located in Laramie, Wyoming, and occupies
       10 acres.

      Warren Air Force Base Outreach Center: Warren Air Force Base campus is located
       on Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and consists of 3,925 square feet.

      Eastern Laramie County Outreach Center: The campus is located in Pine Bluffs,
       Wyoming, and consists of 3,269 square feet of leased space.

Summary of Parking Capacities: Parking for 1,500 cars is provided in 18 lots on the
Cheyenne campus. Parking for 100 cars is found at the Albany County Campus. The College is
in the process of expanding the parking at the Albany County Campus. At the Warren Air Force
Base site, there are 200 parking spots shared with all those using the building. Lot and adjacent
city street parking for 87 cars is found at the Pine Bluffs site.

The College is in the process of updating the Long Range Facilities Master Plan. The Plan is
expected to be completed by September 2011. The Master Plan will create a framework for
future campus development that supports the College’s role as a provider of education and
training.




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                                       Building Report
                              Laramie County Community College

                                                        Yr      Remodel      NSF      GSF*
Bldg#              Building Name                Bldg   Built     Year
   1    Administration                           AM    1969    1987, 2006     8,302     9,640
  17    Agriculture                              AG    1985                  13,654    15,284
  24    Albany County Campus                    ACC    2005                  25,596    26,473
  25    Arcades                                 ARC                                     4,945
  13    Arp                                      ARP   1981      2001        24,203    27,845
  10    Auto Body                                AB    1974      1988        16,979    17,656
   6    Auto Diesel                              AD    1973                  21,824    22,687
   5    Business Building                        BB    1973      2002        19,632    21,888
  12    Career and Technical Center              CT    1979      1989        26,240    27,900
   2    Center for Conferences and Institutes    CCI   1969      1990        15,492    15,921
  30    Central Plant North                      CPN   2009                  45,257     4,880
  16    College Arena                            CA    1982                  64,418    75,120
   9    College Community Center                CCC    1973                  31,369    32,606
   4    Education and Enrichment Center          EEC   1971      1991        14,340    15,892
  15    Fine Arts                                FA    1981      2000        42,342    47,146
  31    Health Science                           HS    2009                  35,963    41,047
   8    Library                                  LIB   1973      1990        20,006    22,564
  29    Modular Building                         MA    2006                   1,528     1,662
   7    Physical Education                        PE   1973      1982        65,462    70,488
  11    Plant Maintenance                        PM    1979                  32,651    33,910
  28    Residence Hall-Commons                  RH-C   2006                   6,471     7,363
  27    Residence Hall-East                     RH-E   2006                  26,950    30,979
  26    Residence Hall-North                    RH-N   2006                  26,376    29,922
  23    Residence Hall-West                     RH-W   1989                  21,499    26,200
  22     goes here
     MapScience Center                            SC   1990                  37,796    40,335
 16a Stall Building                              CA    1982                  21,533    24,784
 16c Stock Shelter-East                           SE   1993                   2,376     2,500
 16b Stock Shelter-West                          SW    1982                   4,185     4,440
  14    Student Services                          SS   1981                  14,219    15,590
   3    Training Center                          TC    1969      2002        10,740    11,568
        Campus Total                                                        697,403   729,235

SOURCE: Physical Plant




    FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                  32                             April 6, 2011
      LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAMPUS MAP




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget   33              April 6, 2011
FY 2011-12 Operating Budget   34   April 6, 2011
                      BUDGET PROCESS AND PHILOSOPHY

The budget is more than a statistical tabulation of numbers that show anticipated revenue and
expenditures. It is the financial interpretation of the ongoing educational program for one year
beginning July 1 and ending June 30.

Fiscal educational planning is a continuous process that should culminate in the development of
a budget that accurately expresses the College’s strategic plan for the ensuing year.

One of the cornerstones of Laramie County Community College’s philosophy is the commitment
to involve staff, faculty, and administrators in the development and operation of the College.

Based upon this institutional philosophy, the College developed a budget process that involves
staff, faculty, and administrators in the budget formulation and assigns responsibility to those
who share in the authority to implement the budget. The following guidelines have been
established:

1. The final authority for the adoption of the budget rests with the Board of Trustees and is
   based upon the recommendation of the President.

2. The President, in consultation with President’s Cabinet, is responsible for balancing
   expenditures for programs within the framework of the budget based on overall institutional
   goals.

3. The Vice President of Administration and Finance Services and the Budget Coordinator are
   responsible for the formulation, operation, and control of the adopted budget.

4. The budget has been decentralized along organizational lines. A decentralized budget places
   responsibility at the operational level for budgetary planning. A given dean/director is in the
   best position to set priorities for effective operation based upon operational experience within
   the Board directives. As the budget formulation progresses and reductions are collectively
   made by all concerned in order to balance the budget, each dean/director becomes familiar
   with the operations of all divisions that in total make up the budget. Thus, budget
   formulation begins with faculty and division deans/directors and proceeds along
   organizational lines until it is legally adopted by the Board of Trustees.

5. While Administration and Finance Services is responsible for the overall control of the
   budget, individual divisions are responsible for their estimates and subsequent expenditures.
   All expenditures initiated by individual divisions must receive approval through
   organizational lines of authority.

6. All expenditures must conform to the policies of the Board of Trustees and procedures of the
   College.

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Budget Cycle

The budgetary cycle consists of the evolution, implementation, and evaluation of the budget.
This cycle can be outlined as follows:

   1. Preparation – A division function.

   2. Presentation – An administrative function.

   3. Adoption and Authorization – A Board of Trustees’ function.

   4. Administration and Implementation – A division and administrative function.

   5. Evaluation – A combined administrative and Board of Trustees’ function.




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Budget Process Advisory Committee Members

   Monica Benes, Instructor, Mathematics
   Doug Cook, Dean, Career and Technical Education Center
   Cora Futa, Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Instruction
   Carol Hoglund, Vice President, Administration and Finance Services
   Arlene Lester, Program Manager, Facilities and Events
   Dave Marcum, Instructor, Government Studies
   Melissa McAllister, Instructor, English as a Second Language
   Edie Miller, Project and Application Support Manager
   Don Myers, Technician, Distance Learning/Audiovisual
   Jayne Myrick, Coordinator, Budget
   Clay Naomi, Program Director/Instructor, Diagnostic Medical Sonography
   Dr. Lisa Stich, Dean, Health Science and Wellness

Ground Rules

All our discussions will be shaped by the following considerations:
 A commitment to LCCC’s quality and reputation must drive our decisions; we must maintain
    our forward momentum.
 We must be willing to do what is right for the long-term health of the institution, even if it
    necessitates some uncomfortable change.
 The process by which decisions are made must be aligned with our mission and strategic plan
    and be thoughtful and consistent.
 We must focus on what is core to our mission—educating students.
 Simple, across-the-board cuts are inconsistent with preserving quality; instead we must make
    choices and impose targeted cuts.
 One-time savings can help, especially during a transition period, but base cuts must be met
    with base savings.
 We will seek to eliminate duplication of services and effort across unit lines.
 We will seek to leverage technology as much as possible.
 Communication must be a critical component of our plan.

Constraints

Clearly there are some constraints that will limit our freedom of action in making budget
decisions. For instance:
 We must comply with legal, policy, and contractual obligations.
 We must adhere to our schedule; decisions must be made by specific dates.
 We must maintain an appropriate level of reserves.
 We must not let deadlines pass (e.g., sabbaticals, hires, term reappointments, etc.).
 We must continue to make critical expenditures/investments (personnel and equipment) in
   line with our mission.
 We must consider available sources of funding.




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Budget Rationale Guidelines

The following questions will guide President’s Cabinet in identifying potential areas for
reduction and or increases in budget allocations.

1.    Is the program/service/function/activity central to our core mission and future direction?
2.    Does the program/service/function/activity have a demonstrated significant and positive
      impact on student recruitment, retention, or success of students?
3.    Could the program/service/function/activity be reduced without serious impact to the
      accomplishment of the mission or ends of the College, or a serious violation of the values?
4.    Could the program/service/function/activity be reduced without serious impact to the
      enrollment, retention, or success of students?
5.    Could the program/service/function/activity be reduced without serious impact to the
      operations of the College?
6.    Could the level of service provided be cut back, outsourced, or provided in a less expensive
      way?
7.    Could the program/service/function/activity be supported through an external funding
      source?
8.    Is there a decreased (or potential for a decreased) student or community demand for what
      the College now offers resulting in an opportunity for downsizing or phasing out of the
      program or service?
9.    Does the per student cost of the service/function/activity appear excessive for the value
      received due to low utilization or high cost?
10.   Is the program/service/function/activity duplicated elsewhere within the College or
      available outside the College?
11.   Do the anticipated changes justify the amount of resources – people, money, and tools –
      necessary to implement the change?
12.   Does the program/service/function/activity have a demonstrated impact on the
      recruitment/retention of quality faculty and staff?
13.   Does the program/service/function/activity provide a uniquely valuable service to the
      region/state?
14.   Is outsourcing possible? Would it save money and preserve the quality of service?
15.   What program/service/function/activity enhancements should be considered that will result
      in a significant improvement in the College’s ability to achieve its missions, ends, or
      strategic priorities?
16.   What program/service/function/activity enhancements should be considered that will result
      in long term efficiencies or reduction in costs?
17.   Does the rationale support the spending trend of the program/service/function/activity?
18.   How would changes to the program/service/function/activity impact campus morale?




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Budget Criteria

The following criteria will be used by President’s Cabinet to evaluate budget items:

   Impact on Teaching and Learning

    The teaching and learning process includes all activities that lead to student learning
    including in all modalities of learning (on ground, online, blended, etc.). Included in this are
    all academic support services and advising.

   Impact on Instructional Program Offerings

    Our set of instructional program offerings is the ―product‖ we make available to our
    community. We must assess how our programs contribute to meeting specific local, state, or
    regional needs and the needs of its stakeholders by looking at evidence about future demand
    for graduates, projected job opportunities in the region, employer needs for employees, and
    needs of transfer institution for students and rates of successful program completion by
    enrolled students.

   Impact on Services Provided to Students or the Community

    Directly related to the quantity, quality, timeliness, and nature of the services we provide to
    learners that increase the likelihood of a successful experience at LCCC.

   Impact on Employee Creativity and Innovation

    To remain a vibrant learning institution, we must continuously provide staff with
    professional development and learning opportunities that result in creative and innovative
    improvements to the teaching and learning process, our instructional program offerings, the
    services we provide to our students or the community, or to increases in efficiencies and
    effectiveness in individual duties.

   Impact on Employee Headcount

    All other things being equal, the College strives to employ the minimum number of
    employees to achieve the maximum results. In some cases, it may be determined the College
    has too many employees in a certain area given the work demand; in other cases, too few.




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   Impact on Student/Client Satisfaction Levels

    The College strives to offer programs and services that result in students and clients reporting
    high levels of customer satisfaction. In times of increased budgets, the College will work to
    make adjustments that result in improved satisfaction levels. In times of decrease, care will
    be taken to meet student needs by offering a replacement program or service, or assisting
    students in getting their needs met through an alternative source.

   Feasibility of Implementation

    Many good suggestions for either budget enhancements or reductions require long term
    planning prior to implementation. In addition, the College must consider the legal
    ramifications, issues related to accreditation, resource constraints (people and money), and
    facility and/or infrastructure limitations.

   Impact on Overall Efficiency or Workload to Other Areas of Campus

    When looking at budget reductions or enhancements, the College must ensure that care be
    taken to insure that the implementation will result in long-term efficiency. Those items that
    decrease actual costs but increase labor are not good candidates. In addition, shifting the
    burden of expense or workload from one department to another is discouraged.




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                  Recommendations for Proposed Distribution of New Funding
Compensation Package:
       *2.5% Salary Increase (Current Fund) (Eligible Employees)                     $612,773
       *2.5% Salary Increase (One Mill) (Eligible Employees)                            7,543
       Salary Adjustments (Based on educational advancements and equity
       adjustments)                                                                    51,974
       Educational Advancements                                                        30,000
                                                                          Subtotal                  $702,290

                                                 Instruction
New Positions/Services:
        Coordinator, Math Lab                                                         $74,000
        Instructor, Communication                                                      68,000
        Instructor, Mathematics (ACC)                                                  68,000
Continuation of Services:
        Instructor, Mathematics                                                        68,000
        Instructor, Nursing                                                            70,000
        Instructional Supplies (Course Fee Revenue)                                    95,550
                                                                          Subtotal                  $443,550

                                              Student Services
Continuation of Services:
        Athletic Expenses (Athletic Fee Revenue)                                      $35,000
                                                                          Subtotal                   $35,000

                                       Operations and Reserve Account
         One-Time Purchases                                                          $250,000
         Reserve for New Staff Positions (Upon Completion of Organizational Audit)    200,000
         1% Increase to Operating Budget                                              323,888
         Childcare Instructional Expenses                                             100,000
         Addition to Operating Reserve Account                                         80,000
                                                                          Subtotal                  $952,913

Total Proposed Distribution                                                                     $2,134,728



     *Base building salary increase for positions that have not reached the maximum pay for their
     compensation plan

     *Non-base building salary increase for positions that have reached the maximum pay for their
     compensation plan.




     FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                     41                                   April 6, 2011
                            LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                          One-Time Expenses
                                                  FY2012

President:
Affirmative Action Plan                        Strategic Directions 3, 4 and 5      $12,000
Human Resources Consulting/Contract Services   Strategic Directions 3, 4 and 5        9,500
                                                           Subtotal                                 $21,500


Instructional Services:
Dental Hygiene Cabinets                        Strategic Directions 1 and 2         $25,000
13th Dental Hygiene Unit                       Strategic Directions 1 and 2          16,000
Computers for New Faculty                      Strategic Direction 1                  8,000
                                                           Subtotal                                 $49,000


Workforce and Community Development:
Upgrade AMITROL Equipment                      Strategic Direction 1                 $9,500
                                                           Subtotal                                  $9,500


Student Services:
Consulting Contract Services                   Strategic Direction 4                $65,000
Computer Replacements                          Strategic Direction 3                 25,000
                                                           Subtotal                                 $90,000


Administration and Finance Services:
Datatel Consulting (Phase 2)                   Strategic Directions 1, 3, 4 and 5   $30,000
Complete Campus Backbone Wiring                Strategic Directions 3 and 4          25,000
Five Passenger SUV (Fleet)                     Strategic Direction 4                 25,000
                                                           Subtotal                                 $80,000

                                                        GRAND TOTAL                               $250,000




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                      UNRESTRICTED OPERATING FUND -- REVENUES

                                  ACTUAL         ADOPTED         TENTATIVE        INCREASE/
                                  2009-2010       2010-2011       2011-2012       DECREASE
           ITEM                  REVENUES        REVENUES        REVENUES        FY2011-FY2012


Tuition and Fees                   $10,062,280    $9,799,838       $10,330,388            $530,550

 Tuition-In State                   $3,576,494    $3,629,038        $3,689,038              $60,000
 Tuition-Out of District             1,679,324     1,562,594         1,769,594              207,000
 Tuition-Out of State                  583,865       561,663           654,663               93,000
 Tuition-WUE                           983,992       949,591           989,591               40,000
 Community Services                    139,649       120,000           120,000                    0
 Business Training                     699,365       370,000           370,000                    0
 Course/High Tech Fees               2,174,592     2,381,952         2,512,502              130,550
 Other Fees                            225,000       225,000           225,000                    0

State Appropriations               $23,864,716   $23,559,095       $25,100,531           $1,541,436

 General Fund                      $21,126,702   $21,160,175       $21,816,230            $656,055
 Wyoming Investment in
Nursing                               353,682          353,682        372,812                19,130
 Health Insurance
Appropriation                        2,384,332     2,045,238         2,911,489              866,251

Local Appropriations                $4,854,088    $3,926,034        $4,373,477            $447,443

 Mill Levy                          $3,754,693    $3,140,827        $3,759,615            $618,788
 Motor Vehicle Fees                  1,099,395       785,207           613,862            (171,345)

Other Income Sources                 $284,514       $238,349          $91,996            ($146,353)

 Investment Income                    $92,249       $196,353          $50,000            ($146,353)
 Miscellaneous Income                 192,264         41,996           41,996                     0

SUBTOTAL                           $39,065,598   $37,523,316       $39,896,392           $2,373,076

Other Funding Sources               $1,621,340      $197,360               $0            ($197,360)

 Carryover Budget                   $1,621,340      $197,360               $0            ($197,360)

Non Mandatory Transfer
(One-Time Funding)                         $0     $2,230,299               $0          ($2,230,299)

TOTAL REVENUES                     $40,686,938   $39,950,975       $39,896,392            ($54,583)




   FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                    43                               April 6, 2011
                     UNRESTRICTED OPERATING FUND -- EXPENDITURES

                                              ACTUAL         ADOPTED       TENTATIVE         INCREASE/
                                              2009-2010      2010-2011      2011-2012        DECREASE
                  ITEM                     EXPENDITURES      BUDGET         BUDGET          FY2011-FY2012

INSTRUCTION                                    $17,353,879   $15,641,396    $16,637,051             $995,655
 Salaries *                                    $11,076,549   $10,023,108    $10,512,349             $489,241
 Benefits                                        3,405,885     3,179,913      3,786,798               606,885
 Operating Expenses                              2,567,353     2,183,018      2,286,839               103,821
 Capital Outlay                                    304,092       255,357         51,065             (204,292)
 *Includes Operating Reserve of $212,814

INSTRUCTION - Continuing Education               $511,867      $208,928       $209,789                  $861
 Salaries                                        $142,684       $77,820        $79,766                $1,946
 Benefits                                          12,560        10,891         11,163                    272
 Operating Expenses                               356,622       120,217        118,860                (1,357)
 Capital Outlay                                         0             0              0                      0

INSTRUCTION - ABE/GED/ESL                        $416,534      $497,544       $481,186              ($16,358)
 Salaries                                        $326,607      $286,878       $320,309                $33,431
 Benefits                                          76,780        95,294        113,294                 18,000
 Operating Expenses                                13,146       115,372         47,583               (67,789)
 Capital Outlay                                         0             0              0                      0

PUBLIC SERVICE                                   $329,293      $281,370       $292,572               $11,202
 Salaries                                        $218,261      $198,220       $206,387                $8,167
 Benefits                                          66,232        63,750         66,785                 3,035
 Operating Expenses                                44,800        19,400         19,400                     0
 Capital Outlay                                         0             0              0                     0

ACADEMIC SUPPORT                                $3,836,720    $4,774,730     $4,564,528            ($210,202)
 Salaries                                       $2,056,395    $2,641,065     $2,674,356               $33,291
 Benefits                                          702,356       969,462      1,044,246                74,784
 Operating Expenses                                894,410     1,031,005        820,926             (210,079)
 Capital Outlay                                    183,560       133,198         25,000             (108,198)

STUDENT SERVICES                                $3,548,259    $3,633,255     $3,861,687             $228,432
 Salaries                                       $2,175,023    $2,162,953     $2,268,197             $105,244
 Benefits                                          836,643       924,296      1,022,904                98,608
 Operating Expenses                                536,593       506,006        570,586                64,580
 Capital Outlay                                          0        40,000              0              (40,000)

INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT                           $4,512,209    $7,552,045     $6,724,040            ($828,005)
 Salaries*                                      $2,542,010    $3,287,166     $3,587,460              $300,294
 Benefits                                          883,323     1,219,368      1,336,527               117,159
 Operating Expenses                              1,025,290     2,753,511      1,775,053             (978,458)
 Capital Outlay                                     61,587       292,000         25,000             (267,000)
*Includes $200,000 Reserve for New Staff
Positions




      FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                   44                                    April 6, 2011
           UNRESTRICTED OPERATING FUND – EXPENDITURES (Continued)

                                ACTUAL            ADOPTED           TENTATIVE        INCREASE/
                                2009-2010         2010-2011          2011-2012       DECREASE
          ITEM               EXPENDITURES         BUDGET             BUDGET         FY2011-FY2012


PLANT OPERATIONS                    $4,867,476         $4,985,732      $5,095,539            $109,807
 Salaries                           $1,762,922         $1,734,603      $1,793,705             $59,102
 Benefits                              666,442            711,561         800,171               88,610
 Operating Expenses                  2,422,584          2,539,568       2,501,663             (37,905)
 Capital Outlay                         15,527                  0               0                    0

SCHOLARSHIPS                        $2,637,148         $2,375,975      $2,030,000           ($345,975)
 Operating Expenses                 $2,637,148         $2,375,975      $2,030,000           ($345,975)

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                 $38,013,384        $39,950,975     $39,896,392            ($54,583)




     FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                 45                                 April 6, 2011
                   LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                            OPERATING FUNDS
                                 FY2012

                                                 Revenues
                                                             Other Income
                          Local Appropriations                 Sources
                                 11%                             0%



                   Tuition and Fees
                         26%
                                                                                      State Appropriations
                                                                                              63%



                                 Expenditures by Program
                                                     Scholarships
                              Plant Operations           5%
                                    13%                                      Instruction
                                                                                43%



              Institutional Support
                       17%


                           Student Services
                                10%                                    Public Service
                                                 Academic Support           1%
                                                      11%



                                       Expenditures by Series
                                                                                     Capital
                                                         Operating Reserve           Outlay
                                                                1%                    0%
                       Operating Expenses
                              25%


                                                                                           Salaries
                                                                                            54%
                     Benefits
                      20%




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                   UNRESTRICTED OPERATING FUND -- SUMMARY

                                   ACTUAL           ADOPTED        TENTATIVE        INCREASE/
                                   2009-2010         2010-2011      2011-2012       DECREASE
            ITEM                  SUMMARY           SUMMARY        SUMMARY         FY2011-FY2012


         REVENUES

TUITION AND FEES                   $10,062,280        $9,799,838     $10,330,388             $530,550
STATE APPROPRIATIONS                23,864,716        23,559,095      25,100,531            1,541,436
LOCAL APPROPRIATIONS                 4,854,088         3,926,034       4,373,477              447,443
OTHER INCOME SOURCES                   284,514           238,349          91,996            (146,353)
SUBTOTAL                           $39,065,598       $37,523,316     $39,896,392           $2,373,076
OTHER FUNDING SOURCES                1,621,340           197,360              0             (197,360)
NON MANDATORY TRANSFER                       0         2,230,299              0           (2,230,299)

TOTAL REVENUES                     $40,686,938       $39,950,975     $39,896,392            ($54,583)

EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM

INSTRUCTION                        $18,282,279       $16,347,868     $17,328,026            $980,158
PUBLIC SERVICE                         329,293           281,370         292,572               11,202
ACADEMIC SUPPORT                     3,836,720         4,774,730       4,564,528            (210,202)
STUDENT SERVICES                     3,548,259         3,633,255       3,861,687              228,432
INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT                4,512,209         7,552,045       6,724,040            (828,005)
PLANT OPERATIONS                     4,867,476         4,985,732       5,095,539              109,807
SCHOLARSHIPS                         2,637,148         2,375,975       2,030,000            (345,975)

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                 $38,013,384       $39,950,975     $39,896,392            ($54,583)

  EXPENDITURES BY SERIES

SALARIES                           $20,300,451       $20,278,999     $21,229,715             $950,716
BENEFITS                             6,650,221         7,174,535       8,181,888            1,007,353
OPERATING EXPENSES                  10,497,946        11,644,072      10,170,910          (1,473,162)
CAPITAL OUTLAY                         564,766           720,555         101,065            (619,490)
OPERATING RESERVE                            0           132,814         212,814               80,000

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                 $38,013,384       $39,950,975     $39,896,392            ($54,583)




    FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                47                                  April 6, 2011
                                  ONE MILL FUND -- REVENUES

                                   ACTUAL              ADOPTED         TENTATIVE        INCREASE/
                                   2009-2010            2010-2011       2011-2012       DECREASE
          ITEM                    REVENUES             REVENUES        REVENUES        FY2011-FY2012
One Mill Levy                             $938,673          $809,895        $903,192           $93,297
Motor Vehicle Fees                          274,849          190,177         190,177                  0
Carryover Budget                                  0           39,554               0           (39,554)
TOTAL REVENUES                           $1,213,522       $1,039,626      $1,093,369           $53,743




    FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                       48                               April 6, 2011
                               ONE MILL FUND -- EXPENDITURES
                                   ACTUAL                   ADOPTED        TENTATIVE         INCREASE/
                                   2009-2010                2010-2011       2011-2012        DECREASE
           ITEM                 EXPENDITURES                BUDGET          BUDGET           FY2011-2012
INSTRUCTION - Eastern
Laramie County                               $83,239           $112,946        $116,287                 $3,341
 Salaries                                    $49,323            $70,625         $72,390                 $1,765
 Benefits                                     15,382             19,509          21,085                  1,576
 Operating Expenses                           18,534             22,812          22,812                      0

INSTRUCTION -
Equipment Purchases                          $28,924                 $0              $0                     $0
 Operating Expenses                          $28,924                 $0              $0                     $0
 Capital Outlay                                    0                  0               0                      0

ACADEMIC SUPPORT -
Integrated Technology
Support                                     $479,554           $799,822        $902,082               $102,260
 Salaries                                   $174,116           $214,416        $290,638                $76,222
 Benefits                                     63,356             82,854         112,738                  29,884
 Operating Expenses                          208,602            502,552         420,675                (81,877)
 Capital Outlay                               33,481                  0          78,031                  78,031

ACADEMIC SUPPORT -
Employee Development                         $71,005           $126,858         $75,000               ($51,858)
 Salaries                                         $0                 $0              $0                      $0
 Benefits                                          0                  0               0                       0
 Operating Expenses                           71,005            126,858          75,000                (51,858)

STUDENT SERVICES -
Equipment Purchases                           $4,235                 $0              $0                     $0
 Operating Expenses                           $4,235                 $0              $0                     $0
 Capital Outlay                                    0                  0               0                      0

INSTITUTIONAL
SUPPORT - Equipment
Purchases                                     $6,390                 $0              $0                     $0
 Operating Expenses                               $0                 $0              $0                     $0
 Capital Outlay                                6,390                  0               0                      0

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                          $673,347          $1,039,626      $1,093,369               $53,743

FY 2009-2010
Funds for equipment purchases were reallocated to Academic Support salaries, benefits and operating
expenses.




     FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                       49                                  April 6, 2011
                    LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                              ONE MILL FUND
                                  FY2012

                                         Revenues
                    Motor Vehicle Fees
                          17%




                                                                    One Mill Levy
                                                                        83%




                            Expenditures by Program       Instruction-Eastern
                                                           Laramie County
                                                                 11%




      Academic Support
           89%



               Capital Outlay
                                Expenditures by Series
                    7%


                                                              Salaries
                                                               33%



   Operating Expenses
          48%


                                                         Benefits
                                                          12%




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                50                            April 6, 2011
                               ONE MILL FUND -- SUMMARY

                                    ACTUAL        ADOPTED        TENTATIVE       INCREASE/
                                    2009-2010      2010-2011      2011-2012      DECREASE
              ITEM                 SUMMARY        SUMMARY        SUMMARY        FY2011-FY2012


           REVENUES

ONE MILL LEVY                        $1,213,522     $1,000,072     $1,093,369             $93,297
ONE MILL RESERVE                              0         39,554              0             (39,554)

TOTAL REVENUES                       $1,213,522     $1,039,626     $1,093,369             $53,743


  EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM

INSTRUCTION                           $112,164       $112,946       $116,287               $3,341
ACADEMIC SUPPORT                       550,559        926,680        977,082               50,402
STUDENT SERVICES                         4,235              0              0                    0
INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT                    6,390              0              0                    0
PLANT OPERATIONS                             0              0              0                    0

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                    $673,347      $1,039,626     $1,093,369             $53,743


   EXPENDITURES BY SERIES

SALARIES                              $223,439       $285,041       $363,028               $77,987
BENEFITS                                78,738        102,363        133,823                31,460
OPERATING EXPENSES                     331,300        652,222        518,487             (133,735)
CAPITAL OUTLAY                          39,871              0         78,031                78,031

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                    $673,347      $1,039,626     $1,093,369             $53,743




     FY 2011-12 Operating Budget             51                                 April 6, 2011
                               AUXILIARY FUND -- REVENUES

                                ACTUAL            ADOPTED          TENTATIVE       INCREASE/
                                2009-2010          2010-2011        2011-2012      DECREASE
         ITEM                  REVENUES           REVENUES         REVENUES       FY2011-FY2012


SALES AND SERVICES                  $2,602,571        $2,936,877     $2,972,864            $35,987

Bookstore                             $133,494           $92,000        $92,000                  $0
Copy Center                             59,659            40,000         40,000                   0
Facilities Rental                      168,900           162,883        123,939            (38,944)
Summer Housing                          40,295            35,028         38,237               3,209
Residence Halls                      1,578,455         1,661,232      1,832,954            171,722
Food Service                             8,808                 0              0                   0
Children’s Discovery
Center                                612,960           945,734        845,734            (100,000)

TOTAL REVENUES                      $2,602,571        $2,936,877     $2,972,864            $35,987




 FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                     52                                April 6, 2011
                           AUXILIARY FUND -- EXPENDITURES

                              ACTUAL            ADOPTED           TENTATIVE        INCREASE/
                              2009-2010         2010-2011          2011-2012       DECREASE
         ITEM              EXPENDITURES         BUDGET             BUDGET         FY2011-FY2012

BOOKSTORE                            $75,573           $92,000          $92,000                   $0
 Salaries                                 $0                $0               $0                   $0
 Benefits                                  0                 0                0                    0
 Operating Expenses                   10,916            12,000           12,000                    0
 Scholarships                         64,658            80,000           80,000                    0
 Capital Outlay                            0                 0                0                    0

COPY CENTER                           $4,526           $40,000          $40,000                   $0
 Operating Expenses                   $4,526           $15,000          $15,000                   $0
 Capital Outlay                            0            25,000           25,000                    0

FACILITIES RENTAL                   $206,261          $162,883         $123,939          ($38,944)
 Salaries                            $26,512           $24,170          $24,774              $604
 Benefits                              5,988             5,343            5,545                202
 Operating Expenses                  173,761           133,370           93,620           (39,750)
 Capital Outlay                            0                 0                0                  0

SUMMER HOUSING                       $24,469           $35,028          $38,237             $3,209
 Salaries                            $13,286           $13,285          $13,922               $637
 Benefits                              2,677             2,618            2,690                 72
 Operating Expenses                    8,506            19,125           21,625              2,500
 Capital Outlay                            0                 0                0                  0

RESIDENCE HALLS                    $1,527,423        $1,661,232      $1,832,954          $171,722
 Salaries                           $152,750           $150,482        $171,512           $21,030
 Benefits                              38,934            44,282          49,902             5,620
 Operating Expenses                 1,335,740         1,466,468       1,611,540           145,072
 Capital Outlay                             0                 0               0                 0

FOOD SERVICE                            $449                $0              $0                    $0
 Operating Expenses                     $449                $0              $0                    $0
 Capital Outlay                            0                 0               0                     0

CHILDREN’S
DISCOVERY CENTER                    $907,272          $945,734         $845,734         ($100,000)
 Salaries                           $603,233          $628,586         $626,296           ($2,290)
 Benefits                            141,733           167,148          178,488             11,340
 Operating Expenses                  162,306           150,000           40,950          (109,050)
 Capital Outlay                            0                 0                0                  0

TOTAL
EXPENDITURES                       $2,745,973        $2,936,877      $2,972,864           $35,987




     FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                53                                April 6, 2011
                         LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                   AUXILIARY FUND
                                       FY2012

                              Revenues/Expenditures by Program

                                                        SUMMER HOUSING
                                          COPY CENTER        1%
                                              1%
                              BOOKSTORE
                                 3%
     FACILITIES
      RENTAL
        4%      CHILDREN'S
                DISCOVERY
                  CENTER
                    29%

                                                                            RESIDENCE HALLS
                                                                                  62%




                                   Expenditures by Series



                                               CAPITAL OUTLAY
                                                     1%
                                      SCHOLARSHIPS
                                                                    SALARIES
                                           3%
                                                                      29%




                                                                         BENEFITS
                    OPERATING
                                                                            7%
                     EXPENSES
                       60%




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                 54                              April 6, 2011
                             AUXILIARY FUND -- SUMMARY

                                   ACTUAL         ADOPTED        TENTATIVE       INCREASE/
                                   2009-2010       2010-2011      2011-2012      DECREASE
              ITEM                SUMMARY         SUMMARY        SUMMARY        FY2011-FY2012


           REVENUES

SALES & SERVICES                    $2,602,571      $2,936,877     $2,972,864           $35,987

TOTAL REVENUES                      $2,602,571      $2,936,877     $2,972,864           $35,987


 EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM

BOOKSTORE                              $75,573         $92,000        $92,000                $0
COPY CENTER                              4,526          40,000         40,000                 0
FACILITIES RENTAL                      206,261         162,883        123,939          (38,944)
SUMMER HOUSING                          24,469          35,028         38,237             3,209
RESIDENCE HALLS                      1,527,423       1,661,232      1,832,954           171,722
FOOD SERVICE                               449               0              0                 0
CHILDREN’S DISCOVER CENTER             907,272         945,734        845,734         (100,000)

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                  $2,745,973      $2,936,877     $2,972,864           $35,987


  EXPENDITURES BY SERIES

SALARIES                              $795,780        $816,523       $836,504           $19,981
BENEFITS                               189,332         219,391        236,625            17,234
OPERATING EXPENSES                   1,696,204       1,795,963      1,794,735            (1,228)
SCHOLARSHIPS                            64,658          80,000         80,000                  0
CAPITAL OUTLAY                               0          25,000         25,000                  0

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                  $2,745,973      $2,936,877     $2,972,864           $35,987




    FY 2011-12 Operating Budget              55                                 April 6, 2011
                               FIVE MILL FUND -- REVENUES

                               ACTUAL        ADOPTED           TENTATIVE              INCREASE/
                               2009-2010      2010-2011         2011-2012             DECREASE
          ITEM                REVENUES       REVENUES          REVENUES              FY2011-FY2012


Five Mill Levy                          $0                $0               $0                          $0
Motor Vehicle Fees                       0                 0                0                           0
Carryover Budget                         0           213,151          213,151                           0

TOTAL REVENUES                          $0          $213,151         $213,151                          $0




                            FIVE MILL FUND -- EXPENDITURES

                                      ACTUAL          ADOPTED       TENTATIVE          INCREASE/
                                      2009-2010       2010-2011      2011-2012         DECREASE
             ITEM                  EXPENDITURES       BUDGET         BUDGET           FY2011-FY2012


Campus Renewal Projects
 Year 2009-2010
  No Projects                                  $0              $0               $0                     $0
 Year 2010-2011
  To be determined                              0         213,151                0            (213,151)
 Year 2011-2012
  To be determined                              0               0        213,151               213,151

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                             $0        $213,151       $213,151                       $0




     FY 2011-12 Operating Budget               56                                      April 6, 2011
                                                      500,000
                                                  0
                                                                1,000,000
                                                                            1,500,000
                                                                                        2,000,000
                                                                                                    2,500,000
                                                                                                                3,000,000
                                                                                                                            3,500,000
                                                                                                                                        4,000,000
                                                                                                                                                    4,500,000
                                 FY00 Revenue
                              FY00 Expenditures
                                 FY01 Revenue
                              FY01 Expenditures
                                 FY02 Revenue
                              FY02 Expenditures
                                 FY03 Revenue




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget
                              FY03 Expenditures
                                FY04 Carryover
                              FY04 Expenditures
                                FY05 Carryover
                              FY05 Expenditures
                                FY06 Carryover




57
                              FY06 Expenditures
                                FY07 Carryover
                                                                                                                                                                           FY2000-FY2012




                              FY07 Expenditures
                                                                                                                                                                          FIVE MILL FUND




                                FY08 Carryover
                              FY08 Expenditures
                                                                                                                                                                     REVENUES-EXPENDITURES




                                FY09 Carryover
                              FY09 Expenditures
                                FY10 Carryover
                                                                                                                                                                LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE




                              FY10 Expenditures
                                FY11 Carryover
                                 FY11 Adopted…
                                FY12 Carryover
                                 FY12 Tentative…




April 6, 2011
                                  FIVE MILL FUND -- SUMMARY

                                       ACTUAL       ADOPTED       TENTATIVE      INCREASE/
                                       2009-2010     2010-2011     2011-2012     DECREASE
              ITEM                    SUMMARY       SUMMARY       SUMMARY       FY2011-FY2012


           REVENUES

FIVE MILL LEVY                                $0             $0            $0                   $0
MOTOR VEHICLE FEES                             0              0             0                    0
CARRYOVER BUDGET                               0        213,151       213,151                    0

TOTAL REVENUES                                $0       $213,151      $213,151                   $0


 EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM

Campus Renewal Projects
 Year 2009-2010
  No Projects                                 $0            $0            $0                    $0
 Year 2010-2011
  To be determined                             0        213,151            0           (213,151)
 Year 2011-2012
  To be determined                             0             0        213,151           213,151

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                            $0       $213,151      $213,151                   $0


  EXPENDITURES BY SERIES

CAPITAL OUTLAY                                $0       $213,151      $213,151                   $0

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                            $0       $213,151      $213,151                   $0




    FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                58                               April 6, 2011
                                 RESTRICTED FUND -- DETAIL
                                                                         TENTATIVE
                                 ITEM                                     2011-2012
                                                                         SUMMARY
FEDERAL GRANTS AND CONTRACTS
PELL                                                                            $4,500,000
SEOG                                                                                50,000
SSIG                                                                                32,000
College Work Study                                                                  80,000
TRIO-SSS                                                                           255,505
Self-Sufficiency Resource Center and Training                                      210,000
Utility-Scale for Wind Energy Technology                                            30,000
Health & Human Services (Patient Care Simulation Training Enhancement)              18,000

TOTAL FEDERAL GRANTS AND CONTRACTS                                              $5,175,505

FEDERAL GRANTS AND CONTRACTS PASSED THROUGH
OTHER AGENCIES
GEAR UP                                                                           $389,114
Perkins Allocation                                                                 383,056
Growing a New Generation                                                           309,595
Homeland Security                                                                   60,000
ABE                                                                                129,644
WIA Youth                                                                           21,447
EL/Civics                                                                           13,956
State Energy Sector Partnership                                                    200,000
INBRE                                                                               42,500

TOTAL FEDERAL GRANTS/CONTRACTS PASSED THROUGH
OTHER AGENCIES                                                                  $1,549,312

STATE GRANTS & CONTRACTS
State ABE Contribution (TANF)                                                      $217,716
Hathaway Scholarship Fund                                                         1,200,000
Higher Education Endowment                                                          306,000
Library Materials Funding                                                           200,000
Other for FY 2011-2012                                                              500,000

TOTAL STATE GRANTS & CONTRACTS                                                  $2,423,716

PUBLIC GRANTS & CONTRACTS
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Nursing Support                                    $80,137

TOTAL PUBLIC GRANTS & CONTRACTS                                                     $80,137

TOTAL RESTRICTED FUND REVENUES                                                  $9,228,670




   FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                 59                          April 6, 2011
                            RESTRICTED FUND -- REVENUES

                                    ACTUAL       ADOPTED        TENTATIVE       INCREASE/
                                    2009-2010     2010-2011      2011-2012      DECREASE
              ITEM                 REVENUES      REVENUES       REVENUES       FY2011-FY2012


FEDERAL GRANTS AND CONTRACTS        $6,457,862    $11,670,077     $6,724,817        ($4,945,260)
STATE GRANTS AND CONTRACTS           2,229,332      1,969,219      2,423,716             454,497
LOCAL GRANTS AND CONTRACTS              57,119         76,382         80,137               3,755
PRIVATE GRANTS AND GRANTS                    0              0              0                   0
CARRYOVER                                    0              0              0                   0

TOTAL REVENUES                      $8,744,313    $13,715,678     $9,228,670        ($4,487,008)




   FY 2011-12 Operating Budget            60                                   April 6, 2011
                              RESTRICTED FUND -- EXPENDITURES
                                       ACTUAL         ADOPTED       TENTATIVE         INCREASE/
                                       2009-2010      2010-2011      2011-2012        DECREASE
              ITEM                  EXPENDITURES      BUDGET         BUDGET          FY2011-FY2012

INSTRUCTION                              $1,956,464    $1,875,000      $1,875,000                   $0
 Salaries                                  $702,444      $850,000        $850,000                   $0
 Benefits                                   166,811       175,000         175,000                    0
 Operating Expenses                         795,639       500,000         500,000                    0
 Capital Outlay                             291,569       350,000         350,000                    0

PUBLIC SERVICE                            $123,767       $186,000         $48,250          ($137,750)
 Salaries                                   $4,000        $15,000          $3,000           ($12,000)
 Benefits                                      307          3,000             250             (2,750)
 Operating Expenses                        119,460        168,000          45,000           (123,000)
 Capital Outlay                                  0              0               0                   0

ACADEMIC SUPPORT                         $1,000,461    $1,255,000      $1,255,000                   $0
 Salaries                                  $399,586      $480,000        $480,000                   $0
 Benefits                                   139,951       175,000         175,000                    0
 Operating Expenses                         460,924       500,000         500,000                    0
 Capital Outlay                                   0       100,000         100,000                    0

STUDENT SERVICES                            $7,245            $0           $9,400              $9,400
 Salaries                                       $0            $0           $7,200              $7,200
 Benefits                                        0             0              700                 700
 Operating Expenses                          7,245             0            1,500               1,500
 Capital Outlay                                  0             0                0                   0

INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT                     $140,230       $233,959        $177,020            ($56,939)
 Salaries                                  $49,857       $100,000         $90,000            ($10,000)
 Benefits                                   14,964         33,959          30,000              (3,959)
 Operating Expenses                         75,409        100,000          57,020             (42,980)
 Capital Outlay                                  0              0               0                    0

PLANT OPERATIONS                               $52            $0              $0                    $0
 Salaries                                       $0            $0              $0                    $0
 Benefits                                        0             0               0                     0
 Operating Expenses                             52             0               0                     0
 Capital Outlay                                  0             0               0                     0

SCHOLARSHIPS                             $4,975,892    $7,935,420      $5,864,000         ($2,071,420)
 Salaries                                   $75,476       $80,000         $80,000                   $0
 Benefits                                     1,731         2,000           2,000                    0
 Operating Expenses                       4,898,685     7,853,420       5,782,000          (2,071,420)

NON-MANDATORY TRANSFER                          $0     $2,230,299             $0          ($2,230,299)

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                       $8,204,110   $13,715,678      $9,228,670         ($4,487,008)




      FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                61                                 April 6, 2011
                   LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                    RESTRICTED FUNDS

                                               FY2012

                                      Revenues
                                     Local Grants and
                 State Grants and       Contracts
                    Contracts              1%                    Private Grants and
                       26%                                           Contracts
                                                                         0%




                                                                  Federal Grants and
                                                                      Contracts
                                                                         73%


                               Expenditures by Program
                                               Public Service
                       Institutional Support
                                                    0%
                                 2%
             Academic Support
                  14%



           Instruction
              20%                                                      Scholarships
                                                                          64%




                               Expenditures by Series

                                      Capital Outlay
                                           5%
                         Benefits
                           4%

                    Salaries
                     16%




                                                                Operating Expenses
                                                                       75%




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                        62                                  April 6, 2011
                            RESTRICTED FUND -- SUMMARY

                                  ACTUAL           ADOPTED           TENTATIVE       INCREASE/
                                  2009-2010         2010-2011         2011-2012      DECREASE
           ITEM                  SUMMARY           SUMMARY           SUMMARY        FY2011-FY2012


        REVENUES

FEDERAL GRANTS AND
CONTRACTS                           $6,457,862         $11,670,077     $6,724,817         ($4,945,260)
STATE GRANTS AND
CONTRACTS                            2,229,332           1,969,219      2,423,716             454,497
LOCAL GRANTS AND
CONTRACTS                              57,119              76,382         80,137                 3,755
PRIVATE GRANTS AND
GRANTS                                        0                 0              0                     0
CARRYOVER                                     0                 0              0                     0

TOTAL REVENUES                      $8,744,313         $13,715,678     $9,228,670         ($4,487,008)


    EXPENDITURES BY
       PROGRAM

INSTRUCTION                         $1,956,464          $1,875,000     $1,875,000                   $0
PUBLIC SERVICE                         123,767             186,000         48,250            (137,750)
ACADEMIC SUPPORT                     1,000,461           1,255,000      1,255,000                    0
STUDENT SERVICES                         7,245                   0          9,400                9,400
INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT                  140,230             233,959        177,020             (56,939)
PLANT OPERATIONS                            52                   0              0                    0
SCHOLARSHIPS                         4,975,892           7,935,420      5,864,000          (2,071,420)
NON-MANDATORY TRANSFER                       0           2,230,299              0          (2,230,299)

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                  $8,204,110         $13,715,678     $9,228,670         ($4,487,008)


 EXPENDITURES BY SERIES

SALARIES                            $1,231,363          $1,525,000     $1,510,200            ($14,800)
BENEFITS                               323,764             388,959        382,950              (6,009)
OPERATING EXPENSES                   6,357,414           9,121,420      6,885,520          (2,235,900)
CAPITAL OUTLAY                         291,569             450,000        450,000                    0
NON-MANDATORY TRANSFER                       0           2,230,299              0          (2,230,299)

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                  $8,204,110         $13,715,678     $9,228,670         ($4,487,008)




   FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                    63                                 April 6, 2011
                              ENDOWMENT FUND -- REVENUES

                                    ACTUAL            ADOPTED          TENTATIVE           INCREASE/
                                    2009-2010          2010-2011        2011-2012          DECREASE
             ITEM                  REVENUES           REVENUES         REVENUES           FY2011-FY2012

State of Wyoming Challenge Match
Appropriation                           $470,547           $700,000          $500,000            ($200,000)
Investment Income                        591,384            300,000           500,000               200,000
TOTAL REVENUES                        $1,061,931         $1,000,000        $1,000,000                    $0




                           ENDOWMENT FUND -- EXPENDITURES

                                 ACTUAL              ADOPTED          TENTATIVE          INCREASE/
                                 2009-2010           2010-2011         2011-2012         DECREASE
           ITEM               EXPENDITURES           BUDGET            BUDGET           FY2011-FY2012

Endowed Scholarships                 $123,018            $960,000          $960,000                     $0
Operating Expenses                     42,682              40,000            40,000                      0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                   $165,700          $1,000,000        $1,000,000                     $0




    FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                 64                                      April 6, 2011
                       LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                ENDOWMENT FUND
                                     FY2012


                                 Revenues



   Investment Income                                 State of Wyoming
          50%                                        Challenge Match
                                                       Appropriation
                                                            50%




                                Expenditures
         Operating Expenses
                 4%




                                                       Endowed
                                                      Scholarships
                                                         96%




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget           65                      April 6, 2011
                            ENDOWMENT FUND -- SUMMARY

                                  ACTUAL        ADOPTED       TENTATIVE         INCREASE/
                                  2009-2010      2010-2011     2011-2012        DECREASE
              ITEM               SUMMARY        SUMMARY       SUMMARY          FY2011-FY2012


           REVENUES

STATE OF WYOMING CHALLENGE
MATCH APPROPRIATION                 $470,547       $960,000       $500,000            ($460,000)
INVESTMENT INCOME                    591,384         40,000        500,000               460,000

TOTAL REVENUES                     $1,061,931    $1,000,000      $1,000,000                   $0


 EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM

SCHOLARSHIPS                        $165,700     $1,000,000      $1,000,000                   $0

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                  $165,700     $1,000,000      $1,000,000                   $0


   EXPENDITURES BY SERIES

SALARIES                                  $0             $0              $0                   $0
BENEFITS                                   0              0               0                    0
OPERATING EXPENSES                   165,700      1,000,000       1,000,000                    0
CAPITAL OUTLAY                             0              0               0                    0

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                  $165,700     $1,000,000      $1,000,000                   $0




  FY 2011-12 Operating Budget            66                                   April 6, 2011
                                      PLANT FUND -- REVENUES

                                                    ACTUAL    ADOPTED         TENTATIVE      INCREASE/
                                                    2009-2010 2010-2011        2011-2012     DECREASE
                     ITEM                          REVENUES REVENUES          REVENUES       FY2011-FY2012


WCCC Contingency Reserve                                   $0     $294,400       $294,400                 $0
WCCC Contingency Reserve Carryover                          0             0       129,841                  0
Major Maintenance Carryover                           703,572     1,030,174       949,615           (80,559)
Health Sciences Building Carryover                     99,374       274,500       291,190             16,690
Lease Revenue Bonds for Res. Hall/Kitchen/Dining
Hall Facility                                        4,616,738           0              0                 0
Lease Revenue Bonds for RH/Dining Hall Facility
Carryover                                                   0     2,655,581       996,175        (1,659,405)
Facilities Fee Improvements                                 0       680,545       706,000             25,455
State Fiscal Stabilization Funds for Major
Maintenance                                                 0     3,146,162             0        (3,146,162)

TOTAL REVENUES                                      $5,419,685   $8,081,361     $3,367,221      ($4,843,981)




       FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                    67                                April 6, 2011
                                   PLANT FUND -- EXPENDITURES

                                                 ACTUAL          ADOPTED TENTATIVE       INCREASE/
                                                 2009-2010       2010-2011 2011-2012     DECREASE
                   ITEM                       EXPENDITURES       BUDGET    BUDGET         FY2011-12


Bond Funds and State Appropriation
  Health Sciences Building                             $99,374    $274,500    $291,190        $16,690
Lease Revenue Bonds
 Residence Hall/Kitchen/Dining Hall
 Facility Project                                   4,616,738     2,655,581    996,175     (1,659,405)
Major Maintenance Projects
 Infrastructure                                         31,121           0          0               0
 Annual Asphalt Repair                                  44,146           0          0               0
 Replace frozen cooling coil in Science
 Building                                                5,050            0          0               0
 Repair/replace west HVAC in Auto Body                   1,015            0          0               0
 Replace Pool Boiler                                    51,159            0          0               0
 Replace frozen MPR heating coil                         5,342            0          0               0
 Resurface Pool                                         89,980            0          0               0
 Remodel vacated spaces in Science Center              285,930            0          0               0
 Remodel Student Services Offices                        2,121            0          0               0
 Replace roof on EEC/CCC Arcade                          1,014            0          0               0
 Replace Auto Diesel Roof                              144,095            0          0               0
 Athletic Field and PE Irrigation                       30,439            0          0               0
 FY2010 Unfinished Projects                                  0    1,030,174          0     (1,030,174)
 Small Maintenance Projects                                  0            0    250,000         250,000
 Replace Boiler Burners in Plant Operations
 Building                                                   0            0      60,000         60,000
 Replace Arcade Roofs                                       0            0      56,000         56,000
 Replace UPS in Fine Arts                                   0            0      81,000         81,000
 Replace Server Room Air Conditioner in
 Fine Arts                                                  0            0      54,000         54,000
 Replace Pool Deck                                          0            0      75,000         75,000
 Upgrade Physical Education Electrical
 Service                                                    0            0      84,400         84,400
 Upgrade Auto Body/Career & Technical
 Electrical Service                                         0            0      65,000         65,000
 Replace Emergency Cables                                   0            0      27,800         27,800
 Landscape Improvements                                     0            0      20,000         20,000
 Repair/restore Administration Pergola                      0            0      20,000         20,000
 Replace HVAC Controls in ARP                               0            0      35,000         35,000
 Replace HVAC Controls in Library                           0            0      30,000         30,000
 Improve Site Lighting                                      0            0      75,000         75,000
 Infrastructure                                             0            0      16,415         16,415




      FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                 68                               April 6, 2011
                            PLANT FUND – EXPENDITURES (Continued)
                                                 ACTUAL         ADOPTED      TENTATIVE      INCREASE/
                                                 2009-2010      2010-2011     2011-2012     DECREASE
                   ITEM                       EXPENDITURES      BUDGET        BUDGET         FY2011-12

  State Fiscal Stabilization Funds for
 Major Maintenance
 Renew CCC/EEC arcade                                     $0      $172,500            $0      $(172,500)
 Replace lighting in PE Building                            0      238,400             0       (238,400)
 Replace roof on Science Building                       7,943      769,300             0       (769,300)
 Replace roof on PE Building 24,000 sq. ft.
 west addition                                              0      622,150             0       (622,150)
 Remodel Restroom in CT Building                        1,350       74,500             0        (74,500)
 Remodel Restroom in Auto Body area                     1,853       66,500             0        (66,500)
 Remodel Restroom in Plant Operations
 Building                                               1,015       57,850             0        (57,850)
 Replace Chemistry Lab Halon Fire
 Suppression System                                        0        50,000             0        (50,000)
 Replace ACC roof-top heat recovery
 units/re-pipe heat pumps                                  0        69,000             0        (69,000)
 Replace roof on PE Building 23,800 sq ft.
 multipurpose room                                         0       408,962             0       (408,962)
WCCC Contingency Reserve Projects
 Replace carpet and wall coverings in FA
 West                                                      0       100,000             0       (100,000)
 Replace Emergency Generator in Arena                      0        51,000             0        (51,000)
 Replace Water Service/Install Backflow
 Preventer in TC                                           0       101,400             0       (101,400)
 Renew East Locker Rooms in PE Building                    0        42,000             0        (42,000)
 Renew Training Center Well System                         0             0       150,000         150,000
 Remodel Children's Discovery Center in
 Arp                                                       0            0        110,000        110,000
 Replace floor in Dental Hygiene Clinic                    0            0        140,000        140,000
 Replace lighting controls in CCI                          0            0         24,241         24,241
Facilities Fee Improvement
 Lease Payment                                             0       650,545       676,000         25,455
 Operating Expenses                                        0        30,000        30,000              0

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                 $5,419,685   $8,081,361     $3,367,221   ($4,714,140)




      FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                  69                                April 6, 2011
                  LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                             PLANT FUND

                              FY 2011 Adopted Revenue


                                                       WCCC Contingency Reserve
                                                       Account

                              4%                       Major Maintenance Carryover
                                    13%
                                            3%
            39%

                                                       Health Sciences Building Carryover

                                          33%
                     8%                                Lease Revenue Bonds for Residence
                                                       Hall/Kitchen, Dining Hall Facility


                                                       Facilities Fee



                                                    State Fiscal
                               FY 2012 Tentative Revenue Stabilization Funds




                                                               WCCC Contingency Reserve
                                                               Account

                                   13%                         Major Maintenance Carryover
                     21%


                                                               Health Sciences Building
                                                 28%           Carryover

               29%                                             Lease Revenue Bonds for
                                    9%                         Residence Hall/Kitchen, Dining
                                                               Hall Facility
                                                               Facilities Fee




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                70                                   April 6, 2011
                                  PLANT FUND -- SUMMARY
                                        ACTUAL        ADOPTED TENTATIVE           INCREASE/
                                        2009-2010      2010-2011 2011-2012        DECREASE
                ITEM                   SUMMARY        SUMMARY SUMMARY            FY2011-FY2012


REVENUES

WCCC CONTINGENCY RESERVE
ACCOUNT                                        $0       $294,400     $294,400                    $0
WCCC CONTINGENCY RESERVE
CARRYOVER                                       0               0     129,841             129,841
MAJOR MAINTENANCE CARRYOVER               703,572       1,030,174     949,615             (80,559)
HEALTH SCIENCES BUILDING
CARRYOVER                                  99,374        274,500      291,190              16,690
LEASE REVENUE BONDS/RES.
HALL/KITCHEN/DINING HALL                 4,616,738             0            0                     0
LEASE REVENUE BONDS RH/DINING
HALL CARRYOVER                                    0     2,655,581     996,175          (1,659,405)
FACILITIES FEE IMPROVEMENTS                       0       680,545     706,000               25,455
STATE FISCAL STABILIZATION FUNDS
FOR MAJOR MAINT.                                  0     3,146,162           0          (3,146,162)

TOTAL REVENUES                          $5,419,685     $8,081,361   $3,367,221        ($4,714,140)


   EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM

WCCC CONTINGENCY RESERVE
PROJECTS                                       $0        $294,400    $424,241            $129,841
MAJOR MAINTENANCE PROJECTS                703,572       1,030,174     949,615             (80,559)
HEALTH SCIENCES BUILDING PROJECT           99,374         274,500     291,190               16,690
RESIDENCE HALL/KITCHEN/DINING
HALL FACILITY PROJECT                    4,616,738      2,655,581     996,175          (1,659,405)
FACILITIES FEE IMPROVEMENTS                      0        680,545     706,000               25,455
STATE FISCAL STABILIZATION FUNDS
FOR MAJOR MAINT.                                  0     3,146,162           0          (3,146,162)

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                      $5,419,685     $8,081,361   $3,367,221        ($4,714,140)


    EXPENDITURES BY SERIES

CAPITAL OUTLAY                          $5,419,685     $8,081,361   $3,367,221        ($4,714,140)

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                      $5,419,685     $8,081,361   $3,367,221        ($4,714,140)




    FY 2011-12 Operating Budget              71                                  April 6, 2011
                              FUND BUDGET SUMMARY

                                 ACTUAL    ESTIMATED TENTATIVE             INCREASE/
                                 2009-2010  2010-2011  2011-2012           DECREASE
             ITEM               SUMMARY SUMMARY       SUMMARY              FY2011-2012


UNRESTRICTED OPERATING
FUND                            $38,013,384    $39,950,975   $39,896,392        ($54,583)
ONE MILL FUND                       673,347      1,039,626     1,093,369           53,743

UNRESTRICTED & ONE MILL
FUND                            $38,686,731    $40,990,601   $40,989,761           ($840)

AUXILIARY FUND                   $2,745,973     $2,936,877    $2,972,864          $35,987
FEDERAL FUND                      8,204,110     13,715,678     9,228,670      (4,487,008)

LCCC CURRENT FUND
BUDGET                          $49,636,814    $57,643,156   $53,191,295     ($4,451,861)

FIVE MILL FUND                          $0        $213,151      $213,151               $0
ENDOWMENT FUND                     165,700       1,000,000     1,000,000                0
PLANT & CONSTRUCTION
FUND                              5,419,685      8,081,361     3,367,221      (4,714,140)

                                 $5,585,385     $9,294,512    $4,580,372     ($4,714,140)

TOTAL LCCC BUDGET               $55,222,199    $66,937,668   $57,771,667     ($9,166,001)




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget               72                                April 6, 2011
                        LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                              FUND BUDGET SUMMARY
                                      FY2012

                                    Fund Budget Summary


                                           One Mill Fund
                                               2%          Endowment Fund
                              Auxiliary Fund                    2%
                                    5%
                   Plant and
               Construction Fund                                   Five Mill Fund
                      6%                                                0%




      Restricted Fund
            16%




                                                                                    Operating Fund
                                                                                        69%




FY 2011-12 Operating Budget                      73                                    April 6, 2011

								
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