College of DuPage Earns Award for Excellence in Government Finance from Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for Inaugural Budget-in-Brief

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College of DuPage Earns Award for Excellence in Government Finance from Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for Inaugural Budget-in-Brief


Byline: College of DuPage News Bureau

The College of DuPage Board of Trustees approved the Fiscal Year 2019 budget at its regular meeting on Thursday, June 21, following a scheduled public hearing.

The $354.3 million expenditure budget for the fiscal year, which begins July 1, 2018 and ends June 30, 2019, maintains focus on the institutional priority of student success. The College's FY 2019 budget includes provisions for several highly significant initiatives. These initiatives include:

Implementation of the Guided Pathways student success model, an integrated, institution-wide approach to student success that guides each student effectively from point of entry to the attainment of individually stated goals and objectives.

Conversion of space in the Berg Instructional Center from administrative services to academic use.

Support for Innovation DuPage, a business incubator and accelerator connecting small businesses with the necessary resources to thrive and stimulate job growth.

Completion of the Facilities Master Plan that will serve as the roadmap for construction activities over the next several years.

View the budget and additional financial documents.

"While working through the budget process is arduous, it produces a far healthier institution. It disciplines every stakeholder to reevaluate our priorities, re-justify our resource management and take a fresh look at how to best implement our short and long term goals," said Board Chairman Deanne Mazzochi. …

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