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Budget Administration

Budget Administration is committed to excellence in service for the campus community. We support the University’s mission by providing strategic financial planning, budgetary development, and budget financial reviews for the University's academic, administrative, operational, and auxiliary units.

Our office provides advisory and strategic planning support to the Resource Advisory Allocation Committee (RAAC), vice presidents, deans, resource managers, and the campus community. We are responsible for all aspects of the University's budget planning, development, administration, and reporting in accordance with University Administrative Procedure 212.

Budget Administration also oversees the University’s cash management, campus pooled investment, and banking services management.

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Annual Reporting

Annual Reporting serves to provide the campus community with information on the progress and performance of its campus operations.

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Budget Model Redesign

Cal State Los Angeles is exploring alternative budget models to better align funding to operational and strategic needs.

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Budget Oversight

California State University, Los Angeles is strongly committed to fiscal responsibility over all funds appropriated to and/or deposited within our campus.

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Resource Allocation Plan

The resource allocation plan establishes the distribution of fiscal resources of the University.

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Student Success Fee

The fee supports program initiatives that strengthen academic advisement, enrich student learning, foster community engagement, and expand access to technology infrastructure & software.

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Year-End Reports

View University year-end budget summary reports dating back to Fiscal Year 2009-10.

Campus Budget At A Glance for the fiscal year 2019-20: IRA $1,365,834 (0.3%), Lottery $1,802,000 (0.5%), Student Sucess Fee $6,371,437 (1.6%), Self-Support *Page, Housing, Health Center, Parking; $42,533,860 (10.7%), Auxiliaries *Associated Student, Foundation, University Auxiliary Services and University Student Union; $14,947,530 (3.8%), Campus Operating Fund; $323,382,557 (81.6%), Others * GBPF, EdD, Cal State Teach and Audiology; $5,937,839 (1.5%)

Mission Statement

To serve the University in the fulfillment of its mission by supporting the university's academic, administrative, and operational units in planning and budget development, and monitoring university budget performance to ensure effective management of University resources.

Vision

The Budget Office will interpret and effectively communicate CSU budgetary policies and procedures. It will also assist executive management and the University community in accomplishing their core missions by providing objective, accurate and timely information, analysis and guidance in planning, budgeting, and managing financial resources.

Function

The Budget Office is responsible for all aspects of the University's Budget including planning, development, implementation, management, monitoring, and reporting. In addition, the office provides budget information, guidance and assistance to the campus community while seeking an efficient use of all funds.

Within the Budget Office exists an interactive staff working environment organized to use a collaborative team approach to provide professional and quality service to the University community.