Subcommittee 4: Infrastructure and Resources

Subcommittee Members

Committee Charge

The Infrastructure and Resources Subcommittee was charged with preparing responses to the following questions: How do we assess and articulate the resource requirements of the AMP?  How do we align our physical and financial resources to support the AMP?   What are the barriers that may impede the campus from delivering adequate physical and financial resources to sustain the AMP, and how do we address them?  What policies/procedures/practices/facilities would we need to have/change/adjust/modify to support/maintain/sustain the AMP?   How can we respond to budget challenges? The task of this subcommittee was to delineate strategies for identifying and delivering resources to support the AMP. 

Conversation prompts: The first step could be assessing and outlining the type and amount of resources that would be required. While the AMP may incorporate existing programs that are already fully funded other initiatives may require new or additional resources. Regardless of which side the various components of the AMP would fall under, the campus will need to develop the process and methodology to assess the financial and physical requirements of the AMP, as well as the process to subsequently deliver them. The latter will be particularly challenging given there likely will be limited funds and physical spaces, in terms both of quantity and quality. How do we make wise decisions in addressing the shortfall?  The charge is not identifying specific resources per se, but rather defining the process and methodology by which the resource needs could be adequately articulated, gaps successfully identified, and existing and new resources smoothly aligned. Accountability and benchmarking are additional important considerations that need to be incorporated into this process.

 

resources reviewed

1. Research Publications
     a. The Campaign for College Opportunity
          i. "Access Denies: Rising Selectivity at California's Public Universities" (2015)
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     b. Kellogg Commission on the Future of State and Land-Grant Universities
          ii. "Returning to Our Roots: Executive Summaries of the Reports of the Kellogg Commission"PDF File

2. Links
     a. Fiscal Resources
          i. State of California Higher Education Budget -- FY 2015-16
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         ii. CSU Budget
 
         iii. FY 2016-16 PRBC Budget Recommendations Apprived by President García
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         iv. Fiscal State of the Universtiy Presentation to Academic Senate
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         v. CSUF Sample Budget
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     b. Physical Resources
          i.    Campus Planning
          ii. Campus Master Plan
          iii. Sample Space Allocation ModelPDF File

Last updated July 12, 2017