Current Fiscal Year Information.
Budget Model (Annual Process and Target Dates) - This document is a summary of the annual process, with target dates, for the college's new budget model. The annual process begins each year on February 1st.
Budget Reduction Plan for FY21-22 - This document contains the elements of the college's plan for a 3% operational base budget reduction, effective July 1, 2021.
FY21-22 Adopted Budget to the Board - This document is a summary of the budget for MCCCD that was approved by the Board. It contains information on MCCCD's revenue, expenditures, full-time positions, combined tax rate, and statistical information.
FY21-22 Base Budget Allocations - This report lists the college’s annual budget allocations at the start of the fiscal year. The starting budget allocation is referred to as base budget. Note: to view the breakdown of allocations within a department, click the "plus sign" symbol located to the far left of each account.
FY21-22 Budget Savings Summary (updated quarterly) - This report is a summary of the budget savings related to changes with full-time personnel. There are three categories of budget savings. Please see the report for definitions and examples of each budget savings category.
FY21-22 One-Time Funding Requests Approved - This report lists the requests, or college priorities, that were approved for one-time funding. One-time funds must be spent by the end of the fiscal year in which the funds were allocated. A one-time allocation is temporary and different than a base budget allocation.
Request Form for One-Time Funding - This form is used to submit a request for one-time funding. Submission of the form does not guarantee funding, but all submissions will be reviewed. If funded, allocated amounts must be spent by the end of the fiscal year in which the funds were allocated.
Supplemental Budget Allocations for FY21-22 - This document is a listing of the 2% base budget that became available after the college developed a 3% operational base budget reduction, which later was adjusted to 1%.