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College Based Fees Information

Projected Expenditures for 2017-18

The Department of Experience Industry Management College-based Fee allocation for 2017-18 academic year includes two components: 90% of funds to be spent for salaries and benefits (faculty and student assistants) and the remaining 10% allocation was determined by the department committee made up of students and faculty.

The Experience Industry Management Faculty and Student CBF [College-based Fee] Committee will meet in Fall quarter 2017 to determine how the department's remaining 10% of College-based fees will be used.

The Experience Industry Management Department welcomes this return to the original intent of CBF to broaden students' Cal Poly education. The CBF or College-based Fees started in 2002 as a way to enrich the department and were typically used to purchase equipment, resources for classes, field trips, project materials, professional development opportunities, and other department committee determined priorities

2017-18 Academic Year
Experience Industry Management [EIM]
College-based Fee [CBF] Committee Membership

CBF Faculty Committee members:
Dr. Marni Goldenberg
Dr. Jerusha Greenwood

Student Committee Members:
Student Nominee, RPTA '19
Student Nominee, RPTA '18
Student Nominee, RPTA '19
Student Nominee, RPTA '18
Student Nominee, RPTA Grad Student Representative

EIM CBF Committee Members will meet Fall 2017

Recommended Expenditures for 2017-18 for EIM

  • The committee recommended and the department head approved future funding for professional development travel for 5 faculty/staff and 20 students to attend the 2018 Cal Travel Summit. Highlights of the professional development trip are the opportunities to network and connect with professionals in the experiential marketing area.
  • approximately 90% of funds spent are projected to be used for salaries and benefits (faculty and student assistants).

EIM College-based Fee Process

The EIM College-based Fee student advising committee along with their selected faculty members meet regularly throughout the academic year to:
1.) discuss needs for the academic program;
2.) recommend an expenditure plan to the Department Head;
3.) provide oversight on how expenditures are occurring.

Progress reports and information regarding the College-based Fees should regularly be posted on the EIM website (www.eim.calpoly.edu).

Committee Structure

Faculty membership will be on a committee service basis for the Experience Industry Management Department.

Student membership will be based on recommendations of the faculty. The six students should represent a breadth of grade levels and concentrations from within the major. One student should be a graduate student. Appointment of new student members will ensue upon graduation of current student members. Prior to becoming committee members, new members will be required to attend one meeting as an orientation before their membership commences.

The chair of the committee will be selected from among the six student members. A vice chair will also be selected who will serve in the chair capacity if the chair is absent. A third student will serve as secretary to take minutes of the meetings.


Expenditures in 2009-10 for RPTA

  • approximately 97.36% of funds spent were used for salaries and benefits (faculty and student assistant);
  • the remaining 2.64% was used for O&E which included subscription/membership renewals; office supplies (i.e. paper, pens, paper clips etc.); printing (i.e. forms or class assignments); accreditation fee; and in class instruction-related activities (i.e. high ropes course fee, and interpreters).

Expenditures in 2010-11 for RPTA

  • approximately 97% of funds spent were used for salaries and benefits (faculty and student assistant);
  • the remaining 1% was used for O&E which included subscription/membership renewals; office supplies (i.e. paper, pens, paper clips etc.); printing (i.e. forms or class assignments); accreditation fee; and in class instruction-related activities (i.e. high ropes course fee, and interpreters).

Expenditures in 2011-12 for RPTA

  • approximately 95% of funds spent were used for salaries and benefits (faculty and student assistant);
  • the remaining 1% was used for O&E which included subscription/membership renewals; office supplies (i.e. paper, pens, paper clips etc.); printing (i.e. forms or class assignments); accreditation fee; and in class instruction-related activities (i.e. high ropes course fee, and interpreters).

Expenditures in 2012-13 for RPTA

  • approximately 96% of funds spent were used for salaries and benefits (faculty and student assistant);
  • the remaining 1% was used for O&E which included subscription/membership renewals; office supplies (i.e. paper, pens, paper clips etc.); printing (i.e. forms or class assignments); accreditation fee; and in class instruction-related activities (i.e. high ropes course fee, and interpreters).

Expenditures in 2013-14 for RPTA

  • approximately 97% of funds spent were used for salaries and benefits (faculty and student assistant);
  • no fees used for O&E

Expenditures in 2014-15 for RPTA

  • approximately 97% of funds spent were used for salaries and benefits (faculty and student assistant);
  • no fees used for O&E

Expenditures in 2015-16 for RPTA

  • approximately 90% of funds spent are being used for salaries and benefits (faculty and student assistants);
  • The RPTA Faculty and Student CBF Committee met in February 2016 to determine how the department's remaining 10% of College-based fees will be used.

Expenditures for 2016-17 for EIM

  • approximately 90% of funds spent are projected to be used for salaries and benefits (faculty and student assistants);
  • The RPTA Faculty and Student CBF Committee met in Fall quarter 2016 and determined the department's equipment needs for remaining 10% of College-based fees.

 

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