Goal 7 - Grossmont College will increase funding, maximize resources, and enhance staff understanding of involvement in all budgeting processes.

  • Promoted budget savings throughout the Printing department including the monitoring of paper quantities and color mandated as cost-saving procedures.
  • Increased Grossmont College Foundation restricted/unrestricted assets from $369,647 in 2001-02, to $394,917 in 2002-03, a 10% increase.
  • Received more than $396,000 in donations and grants to support the expansion of the Associate Degree nursing program.
  • Received a $274,000 grant for Nursing Education from the U.S. Department of Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), renewable for an additional two years.
  • Received $169,000 to operate the Regional Health Occupations Resource Center for San Diego and Imperial Counties.
  • Received funding from the San Diego Workforce Partnership, Inc. to offer a database specialist program ($267,000), which totaled $655,000 over 2 years.
  • Received funding from the Grossmont Union High School District to provide support services at the East County Career Center ($132,000)
  • Received funding from the State of California/Employment Development Department to continue the OPT program ($384,000) which totaled $727,000 over two years.
  • Raised $32,000 in private donations to support the Office Professional Training Program.
  • Provided ROP funds to support DSPS, Career Center, and EOPS to purchase equipment to better meet the needs of Grossmont College students.
  • Worked with Student Affairs Office and Information Systems to implement the Student Representation Fee established by ASGC.
  • Received a donation of consumable supplies from Depuy/Johnson & Johnson valued at approximately $25,000 to support Orthopedic Technology students.
  • Received funding through the California GEARUP program to provide eleven $2,000 scholarships to Cajon Valley Middle School students.
  • Obtained donations of two gas chromatographs, valuable instruments that were incorporated into the organic chemistry course.
  • Created extensive budgetary information, reports, budget models for analyzing campus budget and improved budget preparation process.
  • Used Prop R local bond monies for plant maintenance, set-asides for new student records system, and paid off a lease revenue bond with annual payments in excess of $800,000.
  • Established a budget crisis webpage in which campus employees could ask questions or raise concerns related to budget issues.
  • Prepared budget analysis and specific budget reports through the College Savings Task Force in order to improve budget communication across the campus.
  • Established a Resource Development Initiative to focus efforts to identify and develop external resources.
  • Received a donation from IHC Cardiovascular Resources of a Mansfield Series 2001 Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump valued at $25,000 to support the CVT program.