Resource Planning works with all academic and academic support units to facilitate integrated planning across the university.
Our responsibilities include:
Coordinating the Annual Resource Planning Process - we facilitate discussions between the provost, the vice president for finance and administration, senior leaders and their units on plans for future years through the budget process.
Coordinating the Fee Process - we collaborate with Business Services to manage the review and approval process for all fees, including Broad-based Fees, University Fees, and Service Center Fees.
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