Academic Planning and Budgets
The Office of Academic Planning and Budgets (APB) oversees the fiscal administration of the Academic Affairs Division (AAD).
Message from the Director of Academic Budgets
Academic Planning and Budgets directs the implementation of budget allocation decisions in Academic Affairs to advance the university’s mission, values, and strategic priorities. As the Director of Academic Budgets, I work with the Provost, Deputy Provost, Deans, Associate Vice Presidents, Associate Deans, Directors, Chairs, and Resource Analysts/Managers to facilitate the operational needs of the colleges and AVP units.
My office provides ongoing support to the Provost's Cabinet (Academic Affairs Leadership Team - AALT) and the Academic Affairs Budget Advisory Task Force (AABATF). Both of these groups discuss the strategic priorities of the Division and develop plans for budgeting and managing resources. We provide analyses and produce data-driven reports to facilitate their discussion and decision-making process for Academic Affairs allocations. The Division is committed to implementing the university’s Core Principles for Budget Planning in meeting the Academic Plan 2017 (PDF).
The Division’s Resource Analysts/Managers, through its Financial Liaison Group, are guided by my office to implement the decisions of AAD leadership for consistent
administration of division-wide resources. As a group, we meet several times during
the year to administer annual allocations and facilitate changes in university and
We encourage you to browse this website for more information on our budget planning, allocation and administrative services. Details of the budget planning process and the distribution and use of AAD revenue are provided. If you have any questions or you are just curious and want to know more about Academic Planning and Budgets, please feel free to drop in. My office staff and I are available to provide information to campus faculty, staff, students, and administrators.
Have a wonderful school year!
Director of Academic Budgets