First Regular Session

Sixty-first General Assembly

LLS NO. 97-0260.01D JBC SENATE BILL 97-181

STATE OF COLORADO

BY SENATORS Lacy, Blickensderfer, and Rizzuto;

also REPRESENTATIVES Grampsas, Owen, and Romero.

APPROPRIATIONS

A BILL FOR AN ACT

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the department of higher education.

Bill Summary

(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced and does not necessarily reflect any amendments which may be subsequently adopted.)

Makes a supplemental appropriation to the department of higher education.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Colorado:

SECTION 1. Part VI of section 2 of chapter 324, Session Laws of Colorado 1996, is amended to read:

Section 2. Appropriation.

ITEM &
SUBTOTAL

$
TOTAL


$
GENERAL
FUND

$
GENERAL
FUND
EXEMPT
$

CASH
FUNDS

$
CASH
FUNDS
EXEMPT
$
FEDERAL
FUNDS

$

PART VI

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION















(1) DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE












Health, Life, and Dental

298,936



235,078




33,017

a

27,285

(T)b

3,556


Short-term Disability

9,709



9,668




41

a





Salary Survey and Anniversary Increases

211,272



200,624




10,648

a





Workers' Compensation

15,076



14,093




983

a





Legal Services for 661 hours

31,362



31,362









Purchase of Services from Computer Center

2,125



2,125










Payment to Risk Management and Property Funds

9,192



8,515




677

a







577,672


























a These amounts shall be from the various sources of cash funds throughout the Department.

b This amount shall be from Limited Gaming revenue received by the State Historical Society.





























(2) COLORADO COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION












(A) Administration39, 40, 40a

1,776,462



1,776,462
























(B) Division of Private Occupational Schools

397,836







397,836

a













(7.0 FTE)




















a This amount shall be from licensing and certification fees.















(C) Special Purpose














Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education

79,000



79,000










WICHE - Optometry

268,800



268,800








Higher Education Programs of Excellence

2,899,831








2,899,831

(T)a



Colorado Children's Trust Fund

699,358






209,358

b

180,000

c

310,000


Veterinary School Program Needs

285,000



128,250




156,750

d





Mesa State College Graduate Program/Western Graduate Center41, 41a

316,050



316,050










Lowry Rent Subsidy

300,000



300,000










Link to K-12

600,000



600,000










Technology Grants42

4,000,000



4,000,000










Enrollment/Cash Fund Contingency43

6,000,000







6,000,000

e






15,448,039


























a This amount, which includes statewide and departmental indirect cost recoveries, shall be from the Governing Boards.

b This amount shall be from the Colorado Children's Trust Fund.

c This amount shall be from reserves in the Colorado Children's Trust Fund.

d This amount shall be from the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education.

e This amount shall be from tuition and cash fund revenue from the Governing Boards, in addition to what is appropriated to the Governing Boards. This spending authority may be transferred to the Governing Boards.















(D) Financial Aid














Need Based Grants

26,106,431


26,106,431









Need Based Grants, Part-time Students

1,250,000



1,250,000










Merit Based Grants

12,340,481


12,340,481









Work Study44

12,277,985


12,277,985









Required Federal Match

3,376,350



2,076,350








1,300,000


Veterans'/Law Enforcement/POW Tuition Assistance

50,747



50,747










Native American Students pursuant to Section 23-52-105, C.R.S.

3,012,425



2,306,006




250,000

b

456,419

(T)a


Grant Program for Nurses Training

220,800



220,800











58,635,219














76,257,556

























a Of this amount, which includes statewide and departmental indirect cost recoveries, $372,973 shall be from the Governing Boards, $3,071 shall be from the Colorado Children's Trust Fund program, $2,205 shall be from the Private Occupational Schools, $3,419 shall be from the Council on the Arts, and $74,751 shall be from the State Historical Society.

b This amount shall be from the Colorado Student Loan Program.















(3) TRUSTEES OF THE STATE COLLEGES IN COLORADO40, 45, 46










Governing Board and General Campuses












General Fund and Tuition Allocation

108,340,335


63,554,608

a



44,785,727

b




Other Than Tuition Revenue

1,753,846






1,748,746

c

5,100

d



Auxiliary Revenue

5,526,247






5,526,247

e






115,620,428
























a Of this amount, $62,899,062 shall be for the base, $217,047 shall be for the Undergraduate Education policy area, $198,748 shall be for Productivity, and $239,751 shall be for Workforce Training.

b This amount shall be from tuition revenue.

c This amount shall be from other than tuition revenue.

d This amount shall be from the State Colleges Undergraduate Enrichment Fund. For purposes of complying with the limitation on state fiscal year spending imposed by Article X, Section 20 of the State Constitution, these moneys are included for informational purposes as they are continuously appropriated by a permanent statute or constitutional provision.

e This amount shall be from auxiliary revenue.















(4) STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE40, 45, 46, 47












Governing Board and General Campuses












General Fund and Tuition Allocation

234,491,689


125,808,539

a



108,683,150

b




Other Than Tuition Revenue

20,783,559






20,783,559

c





20,823,559







20,623,559

c

200,000

(T)e



Auxiliary Revenue

28,350,000






28,350,000

d






283,625,248














283,665,248


























a Of this amount, $124,900,052 shall be for the base and the Colorado State University agencies, $280,748 shall be for the Undergraduate Education policy area, $357,992 shall be for Productivity, and $269,747 shall be for Workforce Training.

b This amount shall be from tuition revenue.

c Of this amount, $20,623,559 This amount shall be from other than tuition revenue. revenue and $160,000 $200,000 shall be from the Local Government Mineral Impact Fund pursuant to Section 34-63-102, C.R.S.

d This amount shall be from auxiliary revenue.

e This amount shall be from the Local Government Mineral Impact Fund pursuant to Section 34-63-102, C.R.S.















(5) REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO40, 45, 46, 46a










(A) Board of Regents and General Campuses












General Fund and Tuition Allocation

376,294,145



171,042,175

a



205,251,970

b





Other Than Tuition Revenue

32,787,927






32,787,927

c













32,692,927

c

95,000

(T)e



Auxiliary Revenue

27,365,021






27,365,021

d






436,447,093


























a Of this amount, $170,009,864 shall be for the base, $313,743 shall be for the Undergraduate Education policy area, $381,857 shall be for Productivity, and $336,711 shall be for Workforce Training.

b This amount shall be from tuition revenue.

c This amount shall be from other than tuition revenue.

d This amount shall be from auxiliary revenue.

e This amount shall be from the Local Government Mineral Impact Fund pursuant to Section 34-63-102, C.R.S.















(B) Health Sciences Center














(1) Advisory Commission on Family Medicine












Residency Training Programs

2,060,889













Commission Expenses

95,517














(1.0 FTE)














2,156,406



237,651






1,918,755

(T)a

















a This amount shall be from Medicaid funds appropriated in the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing.















(2) Colorado Child Health Plan













Administration48

516,743









516,743

a













(7.1 FTE)




Colorado Child Health Plan

2,264,145



1,013,598




211,300

b

1,039,247

a




2,780,888


























a Of these amounts, it is estimated that $650,000 shall be donated from University Hospital and $905,990 shall be from private donations.

b This amount shall be from fees.

















441,384,387

























(6) TRUSTEES OF THE COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES40, 45, 46










General Campus

General Fund and Tuition Allocation

36,839,260


15,416,258

a



21,423,002

b





Other Than Tuition Revenue

323,695






323,695

c





Auxiliary Revenue

431,593






431,593

d







37,594,548

























a Of this amount, $15,314,849 shall be for the base, $37,253 shall be for the Undergraduate Education policy area, $37,960 shall be for Productivity, and $26,196 shall be for Workforce Training.

b This amount shall be from tuition revenue.

c This amount shall be from other than tuition revenue.

d This amount shall be from auxiliary revenue.















(7) UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO40, 45, 46












General Campus

General Fund and Tuition Allocation

62,152,932


34,888,778

a



27,264,154

b





Other Than Tuition Revenue

2,986,959






2,986,959

c





Auxiliary Revenue

1,200,000






1,200,000

d







66,339,891

























a Of this amount, $34,561,772 shall be for the base, $99,156 shall be for the Undergraduate Education policy area, $95,357 shall be for Productivity, and $132,493 shall be for Workforce Training.

b This amount shall be from tuition revenue.

c This amount shall be from other than tuition revenue.

d This amount shall be from auxiliary revenue.















(8) STATE BOARD FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES

AND OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION

STATE SYSTEM COMMUNITY COLLEGES40, 45, 46












Governing Board and General Campuses












General Fund and Tuition Allocation

155,724,121


91,609,829

a



64,114,292

b





Other Than Tuition Revenue

4,988,633







4,988,633

c













4,968,133

c

20,500

(T)e



Auxiliary Revenue

1,589,702






1,589,702

d







162,302,456


























a Of this amount, $90,634,586 shall be for the base, $385,387 shall be for the Undergraduate Education policy area, $261,419 shall be for Productivity, and $328,437 shall be for Workforce Training.

b This amount shall be from tuition revenue.

c Of this amount, $4,968,133 This amount shall be from other than tuition revenue. revenue and $20,500 shall be from the Local Government Mineral Impact Fund pursuant to Section 34-63-102, C.R.S.

d This amount shall be from auxiliary revenue.

e This amount shall be from the Local Government Mineral Impact Fund pursuant to Section 34-63-102, C.R.S.















(9) LOCAL DISTRICT JUNIOR COLLEGE GRANTS PURSUANT TO SECTION 23-71-301, C.R.S.

16,852,721


16,852,721

a