• Budget Advisory Committee


    Charge to the Committee

    The Budget Advisory Committee (BAC) is charged with assisting in the development of financial strategies that support the university’s vision and strategic directions. The focus of the committee is to advise on the alignment of financial plans with strategic priorities both for the current fiscal year and with regard to long-range planning. The BAC is a working group, as opposed to an “advise-and-consent” committee. Working directly with designated members of the Finance Department, the BAC fulfills its charge as it assists in the development of financial strategies and models, together with annual budgets and long-range planning.  The BAC presents its recommendations directly to the President. 
      

    Ex Officio Members, 2015-16

    Tony Grundhauser
    Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations

    Michelle Hegarty
    Senior Associate Vice President for Finance

    Marie Failinger
    Interim Dean of the Law School

    TBA
    Provost

    John Matachek

    Dean of the College of Liberal Arts

    Anne McCarthy
    Dean of the School of Business

    Terry Metz
    University Librarian

    Ann Ness
    Vice president for Enrollment and Marketing

    Alan Sickbert
    Dean of Students

    Nancy Sorenson
    Dean of the School of Education

    Margaret Tungseth
    Senior Vice President for Business, Finance, and Technology

    Jason Verdugo
    Athletic Director

    Cathy Wassberg
    Vice President and General Counsel

    Richelle Wesley
    Director of Finance

    Term Committee Members, 2015-16 

    Jennifer Carlson (HSE)
    Faculty Council Representative, 2014-2016

    Sandra Immerman
    Staff Representative, 2013-16

    Matt Beehr 
    Staff Representative, 2015-17

    Kaori Kenmotsu (CLA)
    Faculty Council Representative, 2014-16

    Rob Routhieaux (HSB)
    Faculty Council Representative, 2015-2017 

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