In formulating University policy and in making major operational decisions such as on budget matters, the President enjoys the collaborative assistance of University Council. The guiding concept behind this collaborative arrangement at La Salle is referred to as “President-in-Council.” The President has final authority for approving new policies and for changing old policies; however, such actions can be taken only after review with Council. The President’s Cabinet is a subcommittee of this council, convened from time to time by the President primarily for budget review purposes.
- Dr. James Moore
Dr. Cicala was unable to participate in the meeting. The agenda included review and discussion of University Advancement’s proposed Fundraising and Gift Acceptance Policy and Procedure Manual and review of the progress of the Major Gift Initiative, particularly the “Shoulder … Continue reading
(President’s Cabinet) We proposed and discussed themes and trends, some more global, some more narrow, that may or should guide our development of the 2005-2006 budget and our needs/abilities to fund new projects or initiatives and otherwise meet current and … Continue reading
We reviewed and discussed the mission and role of University Council, contributed to the development of an agenda for the coming year, and received an update on the work of University Advancement.
(President’s Cabinet) We reviewed and discussed projected revenues and expenditures for 2005-2006, as part of our ongoing work to develop the 2005-2006 budget.
Revisions of the University Handbook, reflecting current organizational structures and administrative practices, were approved and an update regarding University Advancement was provided.
Dr. Cicala was away from campus and unable to participate in this meeting. An overview of the 2004-2005 budget and revenue projections were provided, with related discussion about the determinants of price increases and potential impacts on enrollment for undergraduate … Continue reading
We considered and approved proposals to initiate Master of Arts programs in History for Educators and History.
The President’s Cabinet reviewed and discussed enrollment, revenue, and expenditure projections for 2004-2005, along with the various areas’ new funding requests and potential revenue enhancement initiatives.
We reviewed and discussed the latest information and materials regarding the University’s graphic identity/”branding” initiative and our two major capital projects, the expansion of the Bucks Center and our new residential and dining facilities.
Dr. Cicala was away from campus and unable to participate in this meeting. The Council considered and approved the proposal to create the new College for Adult Education proposed by the Provost and received reports on strategic planning and development … Continue reading
We reviewed the 2003-2004 University Budget, which will be presented to the Board of Trustees for approval in May and reviewed and returned for further discussion University Handbook changes proposed by the Faculty Senate regarding committee assignments. We also received … Continue reading
We received and discussed updates regarding the 2002-2003 budget, enrollment figures and projections for 2002-2003 and 2003-2004, and University Advancement initiatives and we learned that the University has been awarded NCAA certification as a result of our recent review process.
We met today with Graduate Program Directors and the Directors of Graduate Enrollment/Marketing and Continuing Studies to discuss tuition and fee schedule proposals. Following that meeting, President’s Cabinet met to review new funding requests for the 2003-2004 budget year.
We met today with members of the Strategic Planning Task Force to review the current draft of the plan.
At our first two meetings this year, we have received and discussed reports from University Advancement, Enrollment Services, and Business Affairs centering, respectively, on fundraising achievements and goals, fall 2002 enrollment, and the 2001-2002 Financial Report.