Academic Budget Development
The Academic Finance team oversees the development of the educational and general budget through an annual process and provides one-time support for special initiatives through the fiscal year. The academic budget includes programs supported by state funds, self-generated resources, tuition and fees, sponsored grants and contracts, and private donations. Budgets are allocated through an incremental process for academic vice president and vice provost units and a performance-based model for academic colleges.
The Partnership for an Incentive Based Budget (PIBB) model was first introduced in 2016 and is now in its second iteration. The PIBB is a college budget model that allocates funding based on performance in key indicators associated with the university's strategic mission and vision. The model promotes transparent institutional decision-making based on valid data accessible to the units being assessed. The model's responsiveness enables leaders to manage resources effectively in a dynamic academic and financial environment.
PIBB 2.0 Model Outline login required
Who to contact
Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Finance
Senior Financial Planning Analyst
Academic Budget Manager