Enrollment Services: Application Processing CSULB continues to be in high demand,
with the largest number of applications for admission in the history
of the campus. The majority of these applications is received in
the first month of the application process in November and requires
timely and immediate response. Last year, RPP recommended adoption
of a funding model to support the staffing and operating expense
requirements necessary for timely process of admission applications.
That funding model was activated for the November 2000 filing period.
The 2001-02 RPP Task Force received a status
report, which reaffirmed that the use of the funding model was a
viable approach. In this same review, the study group also recommended
correcting an unintended oversight in the original formula associated
with the application processing services in Student Services and
the College of Education. RPP concurred with the recommended one-time
base adjustment of $105,000.
Enrollment Services will report to RPP annually
on the anticipated growth of application volume and on the use of
funds to support a timely admission process.