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BERGEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
CURRENT FUNDS BUDGET
FOR FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2014 TO JUNE 30, 2015
Current
Budget Budget Budget %
7/01/2012 - 7/01/2013 - 7/01/2014 - of
REVENUES 6/30/2013 6/30/2014 6/30/2015 Total
Unrestricted:
Tuition $59,914,430 $60,692,530 $61,296,130 52.6%
Student Fees 19,703,930 19,838,450 20,166,450 17.3%
Governmental Appropriations
State 12,163,630 12,163,630 12,163,630 10.4%
County 14,139,870 17,876,630 19,116,620 16.4%
Other New Jersey Counties 170,000 170,000 170,000 0.1%
Sales & Services of Auxiliary
Enterprise 209,810 115,000 115,000 0.1%
Other Sources 1,604,350 1,330,000 1,330,000 1.1%
Fund Balance Appropriation 3,100,000 1,900,000 2,128,884 1.8%
Total Unrestricted $111,006,020 $114,086,240 $116,486,714 100.0%
Restricted:
Student Aid and Other Grants 36,641,000 42,904,800 42,904,800
Total Current Funds Revenues $147,647,020 $156,991,040 $159,391,514
EXPENDITURES & TRANSFERS
Educational and General:
Instruction $42,934,390 $43,712,288 $44,048,874 38.3%
Academic Support 6,237,740 6,125,400 6,419,265 5.6%
Student Services 7,752,280 8,006,979 8,200,010 7.1%
Institutional Support 41,405,010 43,701,373 45,031,445 39.1%
Operation & Maintenance of Plant 10,781,410 10,640,750 10,887,670 9.5%
Scholarships and Fellowships 500,000 500,000 500,000 0.4%
Educ. & General Expenditure $109,610,830 $112,686,790 $115,087,264 98.8%
Mandatory Transfers:
Principal & Interest 1,095,170 1,095,170 1,095,170 0.9%
Total Educational & General $110,706,000 $113,781,960 $116,182,434 99.7%
Auxiliary Enterprise:
Expenditures 300,020 304,280 304,280 0.3%
Total Current Unrestricted $111,006,020 $114,086,240 $116,486,714 100.0%
Restricted Expenditures:
Student Aid and Other Grants 36,641,000 42,904,800 42,904,800
Total Current Funds
Expenditures & Transfers $147,647,020 $156,991,040 $159,391,514
Net Surplus / (Deficit) $0 $0 $0

Academic Assessment Liaisons

Each of the 33 academic departments is entitled to an assessment liaison.  The responsibilities of the academic assessment liaisons are:

  • In cooperation with the Academic Department Chair and Dean, to coordinate a departmental or program assessment plan(s).
  • To coordinate with the designated CIE Fellow of The Center for Institutional Effectiveness (CIE) on the implementation of the assessment plan(s).
  • To participate in assessment workshops sponsored the CIE and Faculty Development.
  • To assist the department in completing the relevant assessment documentation. Academic assessment liaisons are offered compensation for carrying out these responsibilities.  This compensation is described in the Assessment Liaison Administrative Assignment Form PDF​.

The academic assessment liaisons for the 2013-2014 academic year are:

  • Amy Ceconi, Respiratory Therapy
  • April Adams, ALP Speech
  • Bill Madden, Information Technology
  • Bob Highley, Biology and Horticulture
  • Camelia Manuela Lataianu, Social Sciences
  • Carol Chovanec, Radiation Therapy
  • Ethan Greenbaum, Visual Arts
  • Florence McGovern, Business, Accounting and Finance
  • Fran Ruff, Education - CDC
  • Harriet Terodemos, Veterinary Technology
  • Iris Bucchino, English Basic Skills
  • Jane Phelps, Communications
  • Jim Bumgardner, Performing Arts
  • Joanna Campbell, Dental Hygiene
  • Joseph Mamatz, Radiography
  • Kathy Pignatelli, Wellness Exercise Science
  • Larry Joel, Legal and Related Studies
  • Lenore Lerer, Mathematics - College Level
  • Linda Yurkin, Diagnostic Medical Sonography
  • Maria Fressola, Nursing
  • Maria Kasparova, American Language Program
  • Marie McCrary, Physical Science
  • Mary Senor, Surgical Technology
  • Matt King, Industrial Design and Technology
  • Mecheline Farhat, Criminal Justice
  • Melanie Walker, Developmental Math
  • Robert Walljasper, Hotel/Restaurant/Hospitality
  • Sarah Shurts, History and Geography
  • Seamus Gibbons, Composition/Literature
  • Steven Toth, Medical Office Assistant
  • Tiziana Quattrone, World Languages
  • Tobyn DeMarco, Philosophy and Religion
  • Yun David Wang, Computer Science