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Mt. San Jacinto Community College2020-2021Adopted BudgetBoard of TrusteesDorothy McGargill, President – Area 2Vicki Carpenter, Clerk – Area 3 SherrieGuerrero, Ed.D., – Area 1 Ann Motte –Area 4Tom Ashley – Area 5

Mission StatementMt. San Jacinto College offers quality, accessible, equitable andinnovative educational programs and services to students aspiring toachieve their academic, career and personal development goals.We provide students a safe environment in which to pursue basicskills, career and general education pathways. Our programs lead totransfer, associate degrees and certificates, which meet workforcedevelopment needs in our diverse communities.Our commitment to learning and achievement empowers students toenrich our communities and participate meaningfully in today’scomplex world.Approved by the Board of Trustees on January 19, 2017

MT. SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTADOPTED BUDGET 2020-2021TABLE OF CONTENTSFUNDDESCRIPTIONMission StatementPresident's MessagePAGE11112List of Funds BudgetedGeneral Fund UnrestrictedBoard of Trustees Special Reserve FundGeneral Fund Restricted341013121212323341Parking FundHealth Center FundInstructional Equipment Block Grant FundCafeteria FundChild Development FundCapital Outlay Projects Fund1922252832364351Bond Projects FundBookstore Fund40436171727479Self-Insurance FundStudent Government Association FundStudent Representation Fee FundStudent Financial Aid FundFoundation FundSupplemental DataCost-of-Living AdjustmentCompliance with the Fifty-Percent LawHistorical Data - District Reserves475156596311686970Historical Data - Revenue vs. Expenditures71Historical Data - FTES ComparisonCapital Outlay Projects Fund By ProjectBond Projects Fund By Project727374Budget Allocation ModelBudget Fund Summary7576

Roger W. Schultz, Ph.D.Superintendent/PresidentBoard of TrusteesTom AshleyVicki CarpenterSherrie Guerrero, Ed.D.Dorothy McGargillAnn Motte1499 N. State Street, San Jacinto, CA 92583To:Board of TrusteesFrom:Roger Schultz, Superintendent/PresidentSubject:Adopted Budget 2020-2021Date:October 8, 2020On June 29, 2020 Governor Newsom signed the FY 2020-21 state budget, which includes 202.1 billion in spending. Due to the worldwidepandemic, California is experiencing a recession that surpasses the Great Recession. The budget agreement reflects the state’s 54.3 billion deficitwhile protecting public safety and health, education, and other hardship services.The key provisions are: Strengthening Emergency Response and Protecting Public HealthProtecting Public EducationSupporting Californians Facing the Greatest HardshipsPromoting Economic RecoveryBalanced Approach to Closing the Budget GapThe following are the highlights for California Community Colleges: Student Center Funding Formula (SCFF) – no cuts and hold harmless extended for 2 more years1

120 million Block Grant for COVID19 – re-engage students, online technology, mental health, and learning lossDeferrals - 332 million for FY1920, 662.1 million for FY2021, 791.1 million trigger deferralCategoricals - Protected against cuts, food pantry in Student Equity and Achievement Program, 10 million for immigrant legal servicesCapital Outlay – 25 new and 15 ongoing Prop 51 projectsOther – Reduce Calbright College by 5 million ongoing and 40 million one-time, 700K one-time Athletics working group, 11 millionone –time to support financial aid for undocumented, and a provision that boards cannot terminate classified employees assigned topositions in nutrition, transportation, or custodial servicesMt. San Jacinto’s Adopted General Fund Operating Budget reflects FY1920 Adopted Budget with increases to Step and Column only with nofurloughs. As a result of the pandemic moving all of our operations online, limited spending was initiated with some savings that will be fenced tooffset the uncertainty of future years. The following accounts includes some of the fenced budget: Salaries and BenefitsProfessional ExpertsConferencesMileageConsultantsCapital OutlayOther discretionary accountsCategorical budgets remain as awarded except for the Student Equity and Achievement (SEA) grant which will also include deferrals. Otherrevenue producing funds, such as Café, Bookstore, and Parking, are being supplemented from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic SecurityAct (CARES) due to the loss of revenue as a result of the campuses being closed. These funds are reflected in the inter-fund transfers. The ChildDevelopment fund is maintaining apportionment due to the Governor’s declaration stating early learning and care contractors will not be penalizedduring the temporary physical closures.Capital Outlay and Bond Funds continue to support the college by providing funds for scheduled maintenance and capital projects. The statesupported projects for the San Jacinto and Menifee STEM buildings are budgeted for the next phase of the matching funds. Bond projects includecompletion of the Temecula Valley Campus Renovation, Menifee Student Center - Building 700, Menifee Stadium, Menifee EmergencyGenerator, and other miscellaneous projects.We will continue to monitor our current spending to continue operations with an emphasis in assisting students reach their academic and careergoals during this worldwide pandemic.2

MT. SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTADOPTED BUDGET 2020-2021LIST OF FUNDS PTIONTOTAL BUDGETGeneral Fund UnrestrictedBoard of Trustees Special Reserve FundGeneral Fund RestrictedParking FundHealth Center FundInstructional Equipment Block Grant FundCafeteria Fund (Auxiliary account)Child Development FundCapital Outlay Projects FundBond Project FundBookstore Fund (Auxiliary account)Self-Insurance FundStudent Government Association Fund (Auxiliary account)Student Representation Fee Fund (Auxiliary account)Student Financial Aid FundFoundation Fund (Auxiliary account) 1,266,645170,59849,20027,625,5544,733,782TOTAL ALL FUNDS 360,120,9453

MT. SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTADOPTED BUDGET 2020-2021GENERAL FUND UNRESTRICTEDThe primary purpose of the General Fund Unrestricted is to support the basic instructional and instructional support activities of the District with funding sources that arediscretionary in nature. All transactions that are not specifically required to be accounted for in other funds are recorded in the General Fund Unrestricted.There are two sub-funds in the General Fund Unrestricted:General FundBoard of Trustees General Reserve FundThe General Fund is funded through state apportionment, lottery, interest, negotiated training programs, and other miscellaneous fees and revenues. The Board ofTrustees Special Reserve Fund is funded through transfers from the General Fund.The governing board of the District may elect to designate unrestricted funds for specific future operating purposes. The governing board may also elect to transferunrestricted reserves to other funds. Similarly, the governing board may elect to re-designate any previously set-aside funds or return to the General Fund any balance ofdesignated funds.4

MT. SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTADOPTED BUDGET 2020-2021General Fund Unrestricted Revenues and Beginning FundActual Balance: 115,730,038AdoptedFederal Revenues 98,000 1%Beginning Fund Balance 24,112,719 21%Intrafund Transfers (793,637) -1%Other Financing Sources 8,000 0%State Revenues 52,012,926 45%Local Revenues 40,292,030 34%General Fund Unrestricted Expenditures and Ending Fund Balance: 115,730,038Other Operating Expensesand Services 15,110,970 13%Adopt/ActCapital Outlay 15,346,523 13%Other Outgo 2,041,261 2%Ending Fund Balance 300,000 0%Academic Salaries 33,825,355 29%Supplies and Materials 2,421,151 2%Classified Salaries 22,837,563 20%Employee Benefits 23,847,215 21%5

MT. SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTADOPTED BUDGET 2020-2021General Fund Unrestricted2018-2019ActualRevenuesRevenues by Source810086008800Federal Revenues8150 Student Financial Aid8160 Veterans EducationTotal Federal 8879888088858890State RevenuesState General Apportionment*Student Enrollment Fee AdministrationProposition 30*Homeowners' Property Tax Relief*State LotteryState Mandated CostsPart Time Faculty Compensation/OtherState Teachers' Retirement System On BehalfTotal State RevenuesLocal RevenuesRedevelopment Asset LiquidationTax Allocation, Secured Roll*Tax Allocation, Supplemental Roll*Tax Allocation, Unsecured Roll*Prior Years' Taxes*Education Revenue Augmentation Fund*Redevelopment Agency Funds*Redevelopment Residual*Contract Instructional ServicesBox Office ReceiptsRents and LeasesInterest and InvestmentCommunity Service Class FeesEnrollment Fees*Instructional Materials FeesStudent Records FeesNonresident TuitionOther Student Fees and ChargesOther LocalTotal Local Revenues 79,60713,80093,4072019-2020AdoptedBudget 84,00014,00098,0002019-2020RevisedBudget ctualRevenues 88,86914,610103,479 6

MT. SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTADOPTED BUDGET 2020-2021General Fund Unrestricted2018-2019ActualRevenuesRevenues by Source8900Other Financing Sources8912 Sale of Equipment and Supplies8999 Intrafund Transfers - In (Out)Total Other Financing Sources(414,389)(414,389)Total RevenuesBeginning Fund BalanceTotal Revenues, Other Financing Sources, and BeginningFund Balance2019-2020AdoptedBudget 637)(785,637)%ChangeAdopt/Act 101 98,701,218Note: Revenue limit for FY 2020-2021 Adopted Budget 82,530,964*Theses accounts are used for the revenue limit calculation.7 98,701,218 107,658,888

MT. SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTADOPTED BUDGET 2020-2021General Fund s by 020RevisedBudget1100120013001400Academic SalariesInstructional Salaries, Regular/ContractNon Instructional Salaries, Regular/ContractInstructional Salaries, OtherNon Instructional Salaries, OtherTotal Academic Salaries2100220023002400Classified SalariesNon Instructional Salaries, RegularInstructional Aides, RegularNon Instructional Salaries, OtherInstructional Aides, OtherTotal Classified 03400350036003900Employee BenefitsState Teachers' Retirement System FundPublic Employees' Retirement System FundOld Age, Survivors, DisabilityHealth and WelfareState Unemployment InsuranceWorkers' Compensation InsuranceOtherTotal Employee 4300450046004700Supplies and MaterialsTextbooksBooksInstructionalNon InstructionalTransportationFood ServicesTotal Supplies and ,10624,867162,1411,712,49546,9433,8001,958,352 14,210,3654,416,44110,482,1401,285,84530,394,791 16,958,8385,394,03210,450,828691,91033,495,6088 -2021AdoptedBudget2019-2020ActualExpenditures 15,188,3314,690,21810,042,7061,713,92131,635,176 14(29.36)20.2710.777.5111.008.71 ,867638,9921,698,24347,1433,8002,421,151 20054.49 200 20039.19100.00 200

MT. SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTADOPTED BUDGET 2020-2021General Fund s by 5800Other Operating Expenses and rships and DuesInsuranceUtilitiesRents, Leases, and MaintenanceLegal, Elections, and AuditOtherTotal Other Operating Expenses and Services6100620063006400Capital OutlaySites and Site ImprovementsBuildingsLibrary Books and MaterialsEquipmentTotal Capital OutlayTotal Expenditures (1000 – 6000)7000Other Outgo7300 Interfund Transfers-Out7500 Student Financial Aid7900 ContingenciesTotal Other Outgo and ContingenciesTotal Expenditures, Other Outgo, and Ending Fund Balance 7,1572,505,4911,400,6164,395,21315,110,970(61.14) 20018.27155.5510.3531.9975.6250.2761.97 13,127,623254,9351,951,47315,346,524(56.29) 200100.00182.22 85,000300,0002,341,26193,884,101 98,701,218 98,701,218 107,658,888 Note:Deficit spending in FY 2020-2021 Adopted Budget is due to inclusion of the beginning balance and zero base budgeting.Fenced amount for anticipated budget reductions for FY 2020-2021 are 2,553,539 for positions and discretionary and 240,000 for Intrafund transfer to Instructional Block Grant.9115,730,0381.47195.95(98.76)(91.02)7.50

MT. SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTADOPTED BUDGET 2020-2021BOARD OF TRUSTEES SPECIAL RESERVE FUNDThe Board of Trustees Special Reserve Fund is a sub-fund of the General Fund Unrestricted and is funded through transfers from the General Fund sub-fund.The Chancellor’s Office recommends that the minimum, prudent unrestricted general fund balance (reserve) is 5%. The District Board of Trustees has further adopted aminimum reserve balance of 6% per Administrative Procedure 6305.The Superintendent/President recommends an annual budget to the Board that must provide for the minimum 6% reserve. The reserve must be monitored throughout thefiscal year in conjunction with the submission of the quarterly financial status report (CCFS311Q) to the Board and to the Chancellor’s Office. Since FY 2016-2017 theboard reserve has remained at 7%.In order to plan ahead for the scheduled increases in the District's state retirement systems contributions for California State Teacher's Retirement System (STRS) and forCalifornia Public Employee's Retirement System (PERS) designated reserves have been included in the Board of Trustees Special Reserve Fund. Additionally, adesignated reserve for the future funding for the District's Other Postemployment Benefits (OPEB) liability has been built in.* STRS 2,803,557* PERS 1,780,911* OPEB 2,321,88410

MT. SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTADOPTED BUDGET 2020-2021AdoptedBoard of Trustees Special Reserve Fund Revenues and ActualBeginning Fund Balance: 15,063,009Beginning Fund Balance 14,530,390 96%Adopt/ActIntrafund Transfers 532,619 4%Board of Trustees Special Reserve Fund Designated Appropriations and Ending Fund Balance: 15,063,009Designated RequiredReserve 8,156,657 54%Designated SpecialReserve 6,906,352 46%11

MT. SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTADOPTED BUDGET 2020-2021Board of Trustees Special Reserve Fund2018-2019ActualRevenuesRevenues by Source8999Intrafund Transfers - In (Out) Beginning Fund BalanceTotal Other Financing Sources and Beginning Fund Balance 13,374,193 13,507,247348,8972019-2020RevisedBudget 13,507,247 2018-2019ActualExpendituresExpenditures by 48,897 13,507,247 dget2019-2020ActualRevenues1,023,143 13,507,247 2019-2020RevisedBudget14,530,390 dBudget%ChangeAdopt/ActDesignated Required ReserveDesignated Special Board ReserveTotal Reserve 6,600,8956,906,35213,507,247 6,949,7926,906,35213,856,144 6,949,7926,906,35213,856,144 7,624,0386,906,35214,530,390 8,156,6576,906,35215,063,0096.993.67Total Expenditures, Other Outgo, and Ending Fund Balance 13,507,247 13,856,144 13,856,144 14,530,390 15,063,0093.67Note: Reserves are at 7% of the General Fund total revenues, other financing sources, and beginning fund balance.12

MT. SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTADOPTED BUDGET 2020-2021GENERAL FUND RESTRICTEDThe primary focus of the General Fund Restricted (Categorical and Grants) is to enhance the educational experience and success of students with funding sources thatare specifically restricted in use by law, regulations, donors, or outside agencies.Federal programs include Title V Hispanic Serving Institutions Strengthening Institutional Success, Title IV Upward Bound and Talent Search (TRIO), Federal WorkStudy, Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (CARES Act), Title II Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), Temporary Assistance to Needy Families(TANF), Carl D. Perkins IV Career and Technical Education, and Coronavirus Relief Funding.State programs include Board Financial Assistance Program (BFAP), Veterans Resource Center (VRC), Student Success and Completion Grant (SSCG), Financial AidTechnology, Mental Health Assistance, California College Promise, Coronavirus Block Grant, Extended Opportunities Programs and Services (EOPS), CooperativeAgencies Resources for Education (CARE), Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS), CalWORKs, Student Equity and Achievement (SEA), Hunger FreeCampus Meal Program, Guided Pathways Initiative, Equal Employment Opportunity (Staff Diversity), Class

SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT ADOPTED BUDGET 2020-2021 2018-2019 2019-2020 2019-2020 2019-2020 2020-2021 % Actual. Adopted Revised. Actual Adopted. Change Revenues by Source Revenues. Budget Budget. Revenues Budget. Adopt/Act General Fund Unrestricted . 8900 Other Financing Sources 8912

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