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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

Physical Science

Department Chair: Dr. Joan Tscherne

Department Secretary: Marie Notholt

Office Location: Room S131 -- (201) 447-7140

The Physical Sciences Department serves the scientific interests of students through excellence in course offerings and effective teaching techniques to communicate scientific knowledge that meets student needs for today and paves the way to tomorrow.  Application of scientific knowledge is encouraged to support the professional development of science majors and to enable non-science majors to make informed decisions based on scientific fact, leading to better educated citizens and consumers, as well as instilling a desire for life-long learning.  The Physical Sciences Department supports BCC’s assessment activities, the Emil Buehler Trust Observatory, professional symposia and  meetings, several campus clubs, Learning in Retirement and other community efforts.