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CSULB Resource Planning Process
Transmittal Memorandum Resource Planning Process for 2001-2002 Contact Us Explanatory Notes and Table of Contents Task Force Membership Resources and Requirements Forecast Budget Priorities General Conclusions, Recommendations and Guidelines Appendix

General Conclusions, Recommendations & Guidelines

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Midrange Goals
Planning in a No-Growth Era
Enrollment Services—Application Processing

BATS Funding
Summary of Follow-Up Items for the RPP Task Force

Year Round Operations
CSULB is one of four CSU campuses designated in the Governor's budget to begin a state-supported summer term in 2001. Funding has been provided for 1,145 FTES matriculated students. Non-matriculated students can enroll on a space-available basis through Open University. Matriculated students will pay a special summer State University Fee assessed on a per unit basis.

For most matriculated students, costs will be lower than in past summers; an exception is that nonresidents of California will also be assessed nonresident tuition. State University Grants and employee fee waivers will now be available in the summer, just as they are in the academic year.

The implementation of year round operation raises a number of complex issues, ranging from the possibility of modifying the academic calendar to the scheduling of necessary maintenance of classroom and laboratory facilities. In order to begin the first state-supported summer term on very short notice without inhibiting an orderly and efficient planning process for the longer run, the campus has designated University College and Extension Services as the proper agency to continue operating our summer sessions for

the immediate future. For the most part, the summer term will be conducted in accordance with existing policies and procedures as before.

Modifications of past practice will be made where appropriate. For example, the President has already determined that faculty will be paid in the summer on the same salary schedule used during the regular academic terms.

On the other hand, summer teaching will continue to be treated as optional and as an addition to regular term employment. Also, the summer term will not be interchangeable with the fall and spring semesters, at least until there is a personnel system in place that is designed to accommodate such arrangements.

The RPP Task Force will continue to receive status reports during the forthcoming year.

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