2020-2021 Approved Budget

Budget Book - Fiscal Year 2020-2021
Approved Budget

Board of Trustees

Officers

  • Diana Flores - Chair
  • Wesley Jameson - Vice Chair
  • Joe D. May - Secretary

Members

  • Diana Flores
    • Dallas, Texas
    • Term Expires: 2020
  • Wesley Jameson
    • Duncanville, Texas
    • Term Expires: 2020
  • Phillip J. Ritter
    • Dallas, Texas
    • Term Expires: 2022
  • Dorothy Zimmermann
    • Garland, Texas
    • Term Expires: 2022
  • Monica Lira Bravo
    • Dallas, Texas
    • Term Expires: 2022
  • JL Sonny Williams
    • Dallas, Texas
    • Term Expires: 2024
  • Charletta Rogers Compton
    • Dallas, Texas
    • Term Expires: 2024

District Administrative Officers

  • Joe D. May, Chancellor
  • Patty Arellano-Tolotta, Chief Marketing Officer
  • Mary Brumbach, Chief of Strategic Initiatives
  • Sherri Enright, Chief Human Resources Officer
  • Isaac Faz, Chief Legislative Counsel
  • Shawnda Floyd, Provost
  • Iris Freemon, Chief of Staff
  • Beatriz Joseph, Vice Chancellor of Student Success
  • Justin Lonon, Executive Vice Chancellor
  • Tim Marshall, Chief Innovation Officer
  • John Robertson, Chief Financial Officer
  • Robert Wendland, General Counsel
  • Pyeper Wilkins, Vice Chancellor of Workforce & Advancement

Campus Presidents

  • Jose Adames, El Centro Campus
  • Linda Braddy, Brookhaven Campus
  • Kathryn Eggleston, Richland Campus
  • Vacant, Mountain View Campus
  • Joseph Seabrooks, Cedar Valley Campus
  • Christa Slejko, North Lake Campus
  • Eddie Tealer, Eastfield Campus

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Mission

The Mission of Dallas College is to transform lives and communities through higher education.

Overall purposes:

  • To ensure Dallas County is vibrant, growing and economically viable for current and future generations.
  • To provide a teaching and learning environment that exceeds learner expectations and meets the needs of our community and employers.

The Dallas College Board of Trustees’ Strategic Priorities continue to guide the work of the college in its mission to transform lives and communities through higher education and achieving 60x30TX.

The Board is committed to an annual assessment of progress and impact for the Strategic Priorities using appropriate metrics.

Mission
Engagement and Impact Categories
Thematic Priorities
Strategic Priorities
Board of Trustees FY 2020-2021
Individuals Communities Employers Organizations Student Success Employee Success Community Engagement Institutional Effectiveness
Impact Income Disparity Throughout Our Community
  • Careers: Help prospective and current students understand the value and necessity of Career Connected Learning leading to living wages and sustainable careers.
  • Underserved: In partnership with other providers, target underserved communities and individuals to support skills development for youth and adults.
  • Scholarships: Provide scholarship support for skills development in high demand jobs leading to careers.
  • Life Issues: Increase support for student life issues that impact completion such as housing, food, health care, mental health, childcare, emergency aid and transportation.
  • Pipeline: Strengthen the education pipeline through engagement with parents and students and through partnerships with school districts, community organizations, universities and employers.
X X X X X X X
Streamline and Support Navigation to and Through Our College and Beyond
  • Technology and Training: Remove barriers to educational goals completion through targeted training for advisors and navigators, technology support for Guided Pathways (Navigate), centralized course scheduling (master scheduling process) and immediate availability of learning materials (IncludeED).
  • Supportive Environment: Provide a welcoming, accessible and responsive environment at all levels of our organization that demonstrates sensitivity and respect for individual needs, giving timely accurate and consistent information and resolving issues as needed.
  • Career Resources: Enhance availability of career resources to increase student employment in high value jobs.
  • Advanced Degrees: Pilot new models for transfer to baccalaureate programs including employer-paid tuition arrangements, guaranteed admissions, co-enrollment and fast- tracked core completion.
  • Student Experience Quality: Develop an agenda of research topics needed for the student experience, continuously monitoring quality and changes in learner expectations.
X X X X X X X X
Strengthen the Career Connected Learner Network and Implement the Student-Centric One College Organization
  • New Structure: Redesign and staff a new organizational structure to support One College.
  • Technology Improvements: Invest in technology and software to support One College.
  • Discipline-based Schools: Implement the Education Plan for discipline-aligned schools.
  • Capital Improvements: Meet the short and long-term educational needs of our students, employers and communities through construction of new buildings and renovation of existing facilities within sustainability and fiscal guidelines.
  • Community Engagement: Create enhanced community engagement through welcoming environments with more visible “front doors”, easier way-finding, and services.
  • Partners for Needs: Continue to add appropriate partners to support student, employer, and community needs.
  • Network Development: Assess and sustain network deployment including short-term and long-term needs.
X X X X X X X X
Foster an Equitable, Diverse and Inclusive Environment for Employees and Students
  • Resource Groups: Support diversity, inclusion and belonging through facilitation of employee resource groups linked to affiliations (race/ethnicity/other categories), roles, responsibilities, and interests.
  • Student Programming: Encourage student programming designed to address inequities and to increase inclusion and engagement of all individuals in the life of the college and the community.
X X X X X X X X
Re-design Professional Development to Create a Diverse and Inclusive High Performing Work and Learning Environment
  • Transitions Support: Support staff transitioning into new roles resulting from One College changes.
  • Faculty Development: Develop and implement a faculty development program aligned with new learning environments and the complex mix of students with varied background and needs.
  • Career Development: Develop a career development guided pathway program for staff, and administrators to build skills in student support, operations and leadership.
  • Leadership Capacity: Provide targeted leadership and management skills training designed to build an inclusive environment and professional growth of employee.
  • Job Descriptions: Through re-design of job descriptions, align positions with the leadership, instructional and operational needs of One College.
  • Evaluation System: Review and revise the employee evaluation system to incorporate best practices and position-aligned expectations.
X X X X X X X X
Serve as the Primary Provider in the Talent Supply Chain Throughout the Region
  • Employer Needs: Adapt rapidly to changing environment of employer-driven education models.
  • Youth Apprenticeships: Initiate and implement youth apprenticeships for ECHS/PTECHS and others.
  • Apprenticeships: Expand Registered and Industry Recognized apprenticeship programs and industry recognized certifications across employer spectrum..
  • Non-traditional Accountability Measures: In collaboration with major Texas community college districts, TEA, THECB and TWC, devise methods for capturing apprenticeship and industry certification records and incorporating results in state accountability measures (success points).
  • Innovation Hub: Develop and implement an innovation hub supporting small business development, entrepreneurship, technology applications, and access to capital aligned with market demands and employer skills needs in collaboration with higher education and other partners.
  • Business Support: Support development, expansion and relocation of small, medium and large businesses.
  • Skills Gaps: Respond nimbly to skills gaps.
X X X X X X X X

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Effective Date: Fall 2020

  1. Dallas County Residents $79 per credit unit or a minimum of $79
  2. Out-of-District Residents $135 per credit unit or a minimum of $135
  3. Out-of-State Residents $200 per credit unit or a minimum of $200
  4. Out-of-Country Residents $200 per credit unit or a minimum of $200

Most distance learning students who live out of state will be charged an additional $55 per credit hour for distance learning tuition.

Tuition Schedule

Semester Credit Hours In-County Tuition Out-Of-District Tuition Out-of-Country or Out-of-County Tuition
1 79 135 200
2 158 270 400
3 237 405 600
4 316 540 800
5 395 675 1000
6 474 810 1200
7 553 945 1400
8 632 1080 1600
9 711 1215 1800
10 790 1350 2000
11 869 1485 2200
12 948 1620 2400
13 1027 1755 2600
14 1106 1890 2800
15 1185 2025 3000
16 1264 2160 3200
17 1343 2295 3400
18 1422 2430 3600
19 1501 2565 3800
20 1580 2700 4000

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In-District Resident Out-of-District Non-Resident
College District Tuition (12 SCH) Fees (12 SCH) Total (12 Sch) Total per SCH Tuition 
(12 SCH)
Fees (12 SCH) Total (12 SCH) Total per SCH Tuition (12 SCH) Fees (12 SCH) Total (12 SCH) Total per SCH
Alamo $1,188 $62 $1,250 $104 $2,580 $62 $2,642 $220 $5,592 $62 $5,654 $471
Alvin $552 $289 $841 $70 $1,104 $289 $1,393 $116 $1,680 $289 $1,969 $164
Amarillo $564 $504 $1,068 $89 $564 $1,020 $1,584 $132 $1,332 $2,352 $3,684 $307
Angelina $804 $324 $1,128 $94 $1,320 $432 $1,752 $146 $1,860 $432 $2,292 $191
Austin $804 $216 $1,020 $85 $804 $3,528 $4,332 $361 $4,992 $216 $5,208 $434
Blinn $660 $804 $1,464 $122 $1,344 $804 $2,148 $179 $3,264 $804 $4,068 $339
Brazosport $780 $306 $1,086 $91 $1,188 $306 $1,494 $125 $1,836 $306 $2,142 $179
Central Texas $1,080 $- $1,080 $90 $1,356 $- $1,356 $113 $2,820 $- $2,820 $235
Cisco $480 $696 $1,176 $98 $480 $1,176 $1,656 $138 $912 $1,176 $2,088 $174
Clarendon no response
Coastal Bend $840 $263 $1,103 $92 $1,584 $263 $1,847 $154 $1,764 $263 $2,027 $169
College of the Mainland $540 $207 $747 $62 $1,020 $207 $1,227 $102 $1,380 $207 $1,587 $132
Collin $624 $26 $650 $54 $1,176 $26 $1,202 $100 $1,980 $26 $2,006 $167
Dallas $708 $- $708 $59 $1,332 $- $1,332 $111 $2,088 $- $2,088 $174
Del Mar $804 $517 $1,321 $110 $768 $517 $1,285 $107 $768 $517 $1,285 $107
El Paso $1,260 $240 $1,500 $125 $1,260 $240 $1,500 $125 $2,184 $240 $2,424 $202
Frank Phillips $564 $778 $1,342 $112 $732 $778 $1,510 $126 $996 $778 $1,774 $148
Galveston $480 $359 $839 $70 $480 $599 $1,079 $90 $1,260 $599 $1,859 $155
Grayson $600 $444 $1,044 $87 $1,056 $444 $1,500 $125 $1,608 $444 $2,052 $171
Hill $1,044 $157 $1,201 $100 $1,044 $457 $1,501 $125 $1,244 $457 $1,701 $142
Houston $396 $528 $924 $77 $1,452 $624 $2,076 $173 $1,812 $822 $2,634 $220
Howard $954 $125 $1,079 $90 $1,524 $125 $1,649 $137 $2,108 $125 $2,233 $186
Kilgore $612 $420 $1,032 $86 $612 $1,368 $1,980 $165 $1,212 $1,368 $2,580 $215
Laredo $600 $1,050 $1,650 $138 $1,200 $1,050 $2,250 $188 $1,824 $1,050 $2,874 $240
Lee $708 $375 $1,083 $90 $1,566 $375 $1,941 $162 $1,776 $375 $2,151 $179
Lone Star $588 $418 $1,006 $84 $588 $1,678 $2,266 $189 $588 $2,338 $2,926 $244
McLennan $1,272 $108 $1,380 $115 $1,488 $108 $1,596 $133 $2,172 $108 $2,280 $190
Midland $768 $300 $1,068 $89 $1,416 $300 $1,716 $143 $1,920 $300 $2,220 $185
Navarro $540 $564 $1,104 $92 $648 $1,140 $1,788 $149 $1,356 $1,140 $2,496 $208
North Central $684 $516 $1,200 $100 $1,380 $900 $2,280 $190 $2,471 $1,068 $3,539 $295
Northeast Texas $516 $689 $1,205 $100 $1,260 $689 $1,949 $162 $1,836 $689 $2,525 $210
Odessa $816 $276 $1,092 $91 $1,416 $276 $1,692 $141 $1,950 $276 $2,226 $186
Panola $396 $612 $1,008 $84 $396 $1,320 $1,716 $143 $396 $1,788 $2,184 $182
Paris $672 $300 $972 $81 $672 $900 $1,572 $131 $1,872 $300 $2,172 $181
Ranger $600 $755 $1,355 $113 $1,320 $935 $2,255 $188 $1,860 $935 $2,795 $233
San Jacinto $936 $- $936 $78 $1,620 $- $1,620 $135 $2,520 $- $2,520 $210
South Plains $348 $772 $1,120 $93 $1,080 $772 $1,852 $154 $1,272 $772 $2,044 $170
South Texas $924 $702 $1,626 $136 $1,044 $702 $1,746 $146 $2,400 $702 $3,102 $259
Southwest Texas $732 $519 $1,251 $104 $732 $1,299 $2,031 $169 $2,424 $519 $2,943 $245
Tarrant $768 $- $768 $64 $1,512 $- $1,512 $126 $3,660 $- $3,660 $305
Temple $924 $288 $1,212 $101 $924 $1,176 $2,100 $175 $1,416 $1,644 $3,060 $255
Texarkana $672 $482 $1,154 $96 $720 $1,106 $1,826 $152 $780 $1,706 $2,486 $207
Texas Southmost $600 $974 $1,574 $131 $900 $974 $1,874 $156 $1,500 $974 $2,474 $206
Trinity Valley $468 $588 $1,056 $88 $468 $1,500 $1,968 $164 $1,800 $588 $2,388 $199
Tyler $384 $828 $1,212 $101 $384 $1,548 $1,932 $161 $672 $1,548 $2,220 $185
Vernon $600 $600 $1,200 $100 $1,140 $1,140 $2,280 $190 $1,920 $1,920 $3,840 $320
Victoria $600 $600 $1,200 $100 $600 $1,212 $1,812 $151 $1,596 $600 $2,196 $183
Weatherford $1,068 $120 $1,188 $99 $1,716 $120 $1,836 $153 $2,424 $120 $2,544 $212
Western Texas $732 $384 $1,116 $93 $1,260 $420 $1,680 $140 $1,644 $420 $2,064 $172
Wharton $384 $756 $1,140 $95 $384 $1,368 $1,752 $146 $1,008 $1,368 $2,376 $198
State average $707 $425 $1,132 $94 $1,074 $740 $1,814 $151 $1,872 $709 $2,581 $215

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The following chart represents the percentage paid in property taxes by average homeowners in selected cities in Dallas County

Source: DCAD Appraisal Year 2019

Location Average Home TAV Dallas County Parkland Hospital DCCCD City ISD Total
Dallas $ 221,899 0.2431 0.2695 0.124 0.7766 1.310385 2.723585
Carrollton $ 168,918 0.2431 0.2695 0.124 0.58997 1.26835 2.49492
Cedar Hill $ 193,776 0.2431 0.2695 0.124 0.697028 1.306 2.639628
DeSoto $ 183,711 0.2431 0.2695 0.124 0.701554 1.52835 2.866504
Garland $ 157,684 0.2431 0.2695 0.124 0.7696 1.39 2.7962
Grand Prairie $ 141,388 0.2431 0.2695 0.124 0.669998 1.53835 2.844948
Highland Park $ 1,975,309 0.2431 0.2695 0.124 0.23 1.1655 2.0321
Irving $ 195,218 0.2431 0.2695 0.124 0.5941 1.3051 2.5358
Lancaster $ 131,307 0.2431 0.2695 0.124 0.840925 1.52835 3.005875
Mesquite $ 134,518 0.2431 0.2695 0.124 0.734 1.52 2.8906
Richardson $ 235,652 0.2431 0.2695 0.124 0.62516 1.52 2.78176
Location Average Home TAV Dallas County Parkland Hospital DCCCD City ISD Total
Dallas $221,899 ​ 8.9% 9.9% 4.6% 28.5% 48.1% 100.0%
Carrollton $168,918 9.7% 10.8% 5.0% 23.6% 50.8% 100.0%
Cedar Hill $193,776 9.2% 10.2% 4.7% 26.4% 49.5% 100.0%
DeSoto $183,711 8.5% 9.4% 4.3% 24.5% 53.3% 100.0%
Garland $157,684 8.7% 9.6% 4.4% 27.5% 49.7% 100.0%
Grand Prairie $141,388 8.5% 9.5% 4.4% 23.6% 54.1% 100.0%
Highland Park $1,975,309 12.0% 13.3% 6.1% 11.3% 57.4% 100.0%
Irving $195,218 9.6% 10.6% 4.9% 23.4% 51.5% 100.0%
Lancaster $131,307 8.1% 9.0% 4.1% 28.0% 50.8% 100.0%
Mesquite $134,518 8.4% 9.3% 4.3% 25.4% 52.6% 100.0%
Richardson $235,652 8.7% 9.7% 4.5% 22.5% 54.6% 100.0%

Tax Rate History

Estimated Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual
Fiscal Year-DCCCD 2020-2021 2019-2020 2018-2019 2017-2018 2016-2017 2015-2016
Tax Year - Tax Office 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015
Maintenance & Operations $0.1040 $0.1040 $0.1040 $0.1040 $ 0.1040 $0.1040
Interest & Sinking $ 0.0200 $0.0200 $0.0200 $0.0202 $0.0200 $0.0200
Total Tax Ra​te $0.1240 $0.1240 $0.1240 $0.1242 $0.1240 $0.1240

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The following chart indicates the dollar amount of total cash and investments on hand as well as the required amount of cash reserves. The cash reserves will only be accessed pursuant to Board policy as agreed upon by the Chancellor and the Chief Financial Officer and approved by the Board of Trustees.

According to the Board policy BAA (Local) Management of College District Funds, item 3: The College District shall maintain an amount of cash reserves not less than two months of general operating revenues to ensure continuity in the event of economic downturns, unexpected emergencies or in the case of catastrophic loss and to maintain the most favorable credit ratings for financing debt.

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Monthly Market Values 2019-2020​

US Treasuries US Gov't Agencies Municipal Commercial Paper CD Investment Pools Banking Total Holdings
September $15,000,000 ​ $152,710,000 $- $20,000,000 $- $225,104,832 $5,915,685 $418,730,517
October $15,000,000 $167,710,000 $- $10,000,000 $- $200,214,267 $4,397,533 $397,321,800
November $15,000,000 $147,710,000 $- $10,000,000 $- $212,529,422 $9,626,605 $394,866,027
December $15,000,000 $110,460,000 $1,715,000 $30,000,000 $- $301,414,528 $9,534,604 $468,124,132
January $15,000,000 $102,960,000 $1,715,000 $40,000,000 $- $417,778,228 $7,081,094 $584,534,322
February $15,000,000 $121,710,000 $1,715,000 $40,000,000 $- $376,126,456 $10,294,763 $564,846,219
March $15,000,000 $126,000,000 $11,715,000 $80,300,000 $- $306,672,080 $6,206,800 $545,893,880
April $15,000,000 $81,710,000 $11,715,000 $70,300,000 $- $337,256,195 $8,848,630 $524,829,825
May $15,000,000 $71,915,000 $16,715,000 $50,300,000 $- $337,002,527 $7,036,933 $497,969,460
June (EST) $15,000,000 $71,915,000 $16,715,000 $60,300,000 $- $315,931,123 $8,900,000 $488,761,123
July (EST) $15,000,000 $91,915,000 $16,715,000 $50,300,000 $- $305,000,000 $8,500,000 $487,430,000
August (EST) $15,000,000 $101,915,000 $6,715,000 $50,300,000 $- $285,000,000 $8,500,000 $467,430,000

Monthly Market Values 2018-2019 ​%

US Treasuries US Gov't Agencies Municipal Commercial Paper CD Investment Pools Banking Total Holdings
Max-100% Max-85% Max-85% Max-30% Max-100% Max-85%
September 4% 36% 0% 5% 0% 54% 1% 100%
October 4% 42% 0% 3% 0% 50% 1% 100%
November 4% 37% 0% 3% 0% 54% 2% 100%
December 3% 24% 0% 6% 0% 64% 2% 100%
January 3% 18% 0% 7% 0% 71% 1% 100%
February 3% 22% 0% 7% 0% 67% 2% 100%
March 3% 23% 2% 15% 0% 56% 1% 100%
April 3% 16% 2% 13% 0% 64% 2% 100%
May 3% 14% 3% 10% 0% 68% 1% 100%
June (EST) 3% 15% 3% 12% 0% 65% 2% 100%
July (EST) 3% 19% 3% 10% 0% 63% 2% 100%
August (EST) 3% 22% 1% 11% 0% 61% 2% 100%

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The primary objective of the FY 2020-2021 budget is to support becoming One College as:

  • It will allow us to graduate more students on time with reduced cost,
  • Shorten the time it takes for students to earn a degree or certificate,
  • Permit students to take classes at more than one location and
  • Help to ensure a consistent experience across the district.

It will also allow us to increase our efficiency and effectiveness, which will result in a more nimble, innovative institution.

The FY 2020-2021 budget supports the College mission and strategic priorities and is comprised of the following considerations:

  • Support initiatives related to transition to One College.
  • Scholarships and tuition waivers, primarily in support of early college high school, P-tech, and dual credit, funded at $33.8 million.
  • Support e-learning materials for all students to have coursebooks on first day of class.
  • Continue enhanced facilities improvement plan.

The following budgets are submitted for approval:

Unrestricted Operating Fund
Includes Unexpended Plant
$469,101,742
Auxiliary Fund 11,517,124
Special Items 20,226,699
Capital Budget 441,067,142
Richland Collegiate High School 4,769,417

The following budgets are submitted for informational purposes:

Restricted Fund $158,421,324
Debt Service Fund $55,850,303

Talent Central recommends a 2% adjustment to salaries and cycle job reviews are planned to continue in the upcoming fiscal year. The college continues preparations for the voter-approved bond program, focusing on safety and security, technology and teaching and learning facilities that will enable our students to compete in the marketplace.

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Definition of Fund: These funds are available for the operating purposes of the organization to be spent as recommended by management within stated objectives of the organization. Except for state appropriations, these funds are “unrestricted” as to their use.

Unrestricted Operating Funds

Approved FY2019-20 Proposed FY2020-21 Proposed Change % FY21 vs FY20
Revenues & Additions
State Appropriations
$ 94,495,215 $ 89,770,455 $(4,724,760) (5.3%)
Tuition 106,672,347 98,61​2,347 (8,060,000) (7.6%)
Taxes for Current Operations 278,882,917 275,912,917 (2,970,000) (1.1%)
Federal Workstudy 1,145,477 1,145,477 - 0.0%
Investment Income 3,900,000 2,000,000 (1,900,000) (48.7%)
General Revenue 2,057,328 1,660,546 (396,782) (19.3%)
Total Budgeted Operating Revenue 487,153,284 469,101,742 (18,051,542) (3.7%)
Expenditures & Uses by Classification Approved FY2019-20 Proposed FY2020-21 Proposed Change % FY21 vs. FY20
Salaries and Wages $299,402,667 $301,268,876 $1,866,209 0.60%
Staff Benefits $36,675,429 $37,679,217
$1,003,788 2.7%
Purchased Services $32,978,252 $31,635,070 ($1,343,182) (4.1%)
Operating Expenses $58,522,790 $49,952,804 ($8,569,986) (14.6%)
Supplies and Equipment $15,537,023 $12,675,578 ($2,861,445) (18.4%)
Provision - Diversity Training - $1,500,000 $1,500,000 n/a
Provision - Professional Development - $1,500,000 $1,500,000 n/a
Provision - Compensation $1,000,000 -
($1,000,000) (100%)
Provision - Dallas Promise $500,000 - ($500,000) (100%)
Provision - Level-Up Scholarship $835,000 - ($835,000) (100%)
Provision - Programs & Pathways $6,425,000 - ($6,425,000) (100%)
Total $451,876,161 $436,211,545 ($15,664,616) (3.50%)

Transfers to Other Funds

Expenditures & Uses by Classification Approved FY2019-20 Proposed FY2020-21 Proposed Change % FY21 vs. FY20
Auxiliary $9,902,123 $9,890,197 ($11,926) (0.1%)
Grant $875,000 $3,000,000 $2,125,000 100%
Capital $24,500,000 $20,000,000 ($4,500,000) (22.5%)
Total Operating Expenditures $487,153,284 $469,101,742 ($18,051,542) (3.7%)

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Auxiliary Fund

Revenues & Additions Approved FY2019-20 Proposed FY2020-21 Proposed ​Change % FY21 vs FY20
Sales & Services $1,934,613 $131,927 ($542,686) (28.1%)
Investment Income $418,909 $235,000 ($183,909) (43.9%)
Transfers-in $9,902,123 $9,890,197 ($11,926) (0.1%)
Total Auxiliary Fund Revenues & Additions $12,255,645 $11,517,124 ($738,521) (6.0%)
Revenues & Additions Approved FY2019-20 Proposed FY2020-21 Proposed Change % FY21 vs FY20
Sales & Services $1,934,613 $131,927 ($542,686) (28.1%)
Investment Income $418,909 $235,000 ($183,909) (43.9%)
Transfers-in $9,902,123 $9,890,197 ($11,926) (0.1%)
Total Auxiliary Fund Revenues & Additions $12,255,645 $11,517,124 ($738,521) (6.0%)

Special Items & Carry-Forwards

Pre-Approved & Planned Expenditures & Uses: Approved FY2019-20 Proposed FY2020-21 Proposed Change % FY21 vs FY20
Facilities, Supplies & Equipment $23,189,631 $6,457,000 ($16,732,631) (72.2%)
Institutional Support, Operating Expenses $11,400,334 $527,334 ($10,873,000) (95.4%)
Instruction $4,270,008 $2,747,565 ($1,522,443) (35.7%)
Student Services $2,307,465 $455,000 ($1,852,465) (80.3%)
Technology $13,106,811 $10,039,800 ($3,067,011) (23.4%)
Total Planned Expenditures & Uses * $54,274,249 $20,226,699 ($34,047,550) (62.7%)
Prior Year Encumbrances & Carry-Forwards ** $26,870,508 $17,611,998 ($9,258,510) (34.5%)
Total Planned Expenditures & Carry-Forwards $81,144,757 $37,838,697 ($43,306,060) (53.4%)

* Planned expenditures reflect items relative to the current fiscal year budget & use of fund balance.

** Encumbrance and carry-forwards reflect items that were approved in a prior budget year but not yet received and/or reconciled.

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Auxiliary Fund

Revenues & Additions Approved FY2019-20 Proposed FY2020-21 Proposed Change % FY21 vs FY20
State Appropriations $25,508,807 $25,508,807 0.0%
SBDC State Match $1,938,299 $1,938,299 0.0%
Subtotal State Appropriations $27,447,106 $27,447,106 0.0%
Grants & Contracts Approved FY2019-20 Proposed FY2020-21 Proposed Change % FY21 vs FY20
Federal $109,682,871 $112,787,871 $3,105,000 2.8%
State $6,613,621 $6,613,621 0.0%
Local $11,372,726 $1,372,726 0.0%
​Transfers-in $200,000 $200,000 0.0%
Total Restricted Fund Revenues & Additions $155,316,324 $158,421,324 $3,105,000 2.0%

Debt Service Fund

Expenditures & Uses Approved FY2019-20 Proposed FY2020-21 Proposed Change % FY21 vs FY20
State Appropriations $25,508,807 $25,508,807 0.0%
Grants & Contracts $32,330,227 $35,455,227 $3,105,000 9.6%
Scholarships $97,477,290 $97,477,290 0.0%
Total Restricted Fund Expenditures & Uses $155,316,324 $158,421,324 $3,105,000 2.0%

NOTE: The scenario in FY2020-21 assumes the defeance of the Series 2018 and Series 2019 GO Refunding Bonds and the Issuance of Maintenance Tax Notes. The I&S Tax Rate will remain at $0.0200.

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Richland Collegiate High School

Revenues & Additions
2019-20 Summer Revision Proposed FY2020-21 Proposed Change % FY21 vs FY20
State Appropriations
$4,936,874 $4,739,417 ($197,457) (4.0%)
Investment Income $60,000 $30,000 ($30,000) (50.0%)
Total Richland Collegiate High School Revenues $4,996,874 $4,769,417 ($227,457) (4.6%)
Expenditures & Uses 2019-20 Summer Revision Proposed FY2020-21 Proposed Change % FY21 vs FY20
Instruction $2,261,629 $1,878,017 ($383,612) (17.0%)
Public Service $591,000 $560,000 ($31,000) (5.2%)
Academic Support $486,850 $487,200 $350 0.1%
Student Services $677,075 $812,000 $134,925 19.9%
Institutional Support $971,295 $1,020,200 $48,905 5.0%
Plant Operations & Maintenance $9,025 $12,000 $2,975 33.0%
Total Richland Collegiate High School Expeditures $4,996,874 $4,769,417 ($227,457) (4.6%)

RCHS submits budget for Board approval on August 4, 2020.

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All Funds

Approved FY2019-20 Proposed FY2020-21 ​Proposed Change % FY21 vs FY20
Unrestricted Operating Budget- Fund 1 1 $487,153,284 $469,101,742 ($18,051,542) (3.7%)
Auxiliary - Fund 12 $12,255,545 $11,517,124 ($738,521) (6.0%)
Restricted - Fund 13 $155,316,324 $158,421,324 $3,105,000 2.0%
Debt Service - Fund 46 $54,293,790 $55,850,303 $1,556,513 2.9%
Special Items $54,274,249 $20,226,699 ($34,047,550) (62.7%)
Richland Collegiate High School $5,080,328 $4,769,417 ($310,911) (6.1%)
Totals $768,373,620 $719,886,609 ($48,487,011) (6.3%)
CAPITAL BUDGET - Funds Ix, 4x, 9x Approved FY2019-20 Proposed FY2020-21 Proposed Change % FY21 vs FY20
Facility Improvement Plan* $25,000,000 $25,000,000   n/a
Other Facility Maintenance $8,341,412 $5,281,242 ($3,060,170) ​(36.7%)
Phase 1 GO Bonds $297,200,000 $297,200,000   n/a
IT Infrastructure Enhancements $35,000,000 $35,000,000   n/a
IT Equipment Rooms Remodel $46,000,000 $46,000,000   n/a
Public Safety & Security $32,435,900 $32,435,900   n/a
Urban Planning* $150,000   ($150,000) (100.00%)
Totals $444,127,312 $440,917,142 ($3,210,170) (0.7%)

* Included In Total Unrestricted Operating Budget

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Dallas College 2020-2021 Proposed Budget

Expense Summary

Proposed FY2020-21
Schools $196,093,042
Student Success $58,479,443
Workforce & Advancement $21,390,138
Operations $153,398,581
Board Services $3,850,342
Total $433,211,545

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Expenditures By Function

Proposed FY2020-21
Institutional Support $113,709,509
Student Services $56,882,576
Instruction $196,997,434
Academic Support $23,915,102
Public Service $3,703,972
Operation & Maintenance of Plant $38,002,952
Provisions - Designated $3,000,000
Tran​sfers To Other Funds: Proposed FY2020-21
Auxiliary Fund $9,890,197
Grant Match $3,000,000
Capital Budget $20,000,000
Total Operating Budget $469,101,742

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Expenditures By Natural Classification

Proposed FY2020-21
Salaries and Wages $301,268,876
Staff Benefits $37,679,217
Purchased Services $31,635,070
Operating Expenses $49​,952,804
Supplies and Equipment $12,675,578
Provisions - Designated $3,000,000
Transfers To Other Funds: Proposed FY2020-21
Auxiliary Fund $9,890,197
Grant Match $3,000,000
Capital Budget $20,000,000
Total Operating Budget $469,101,742

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Collegewide

Employee Classification Planned Personnel Estimated Budget
Administrators 306
$34,450,351
Staff 2476 $132,073,960
Faculty 964 $66,604,53​4
Grand Total 3746 $233,128,845

Brookhaven

Employee Classification Planned Personnel Estimated Budget
Administrators 30 $3,637,608
​Staff 254 $12,950,474
Faculty 137
$9,574,065
Total 421 $26,162,147

Cedar Valley

Employee Classification Planned Personnel Estimated Budget
Administrators 24 $2,538,108
Staff 176 $8,487,310
Faculty 87 $5,575,553
Total​
287 $16,600,971

Eastfield

Employee Classification Planned Personnel Estimated Budget
Administrators 36
$3,565,265
Staff 255 $12,315,433
Faculty 155 $10,619,537
Total 446 $26,500,235

El Centro

Employee Classification Planned Personnel Estimated Budget
Administrators 34 $3,328,218
​Staff 223 $10,887,804
Faculty 157 $10,449,661
Total 414 $24,665,683

LeCroy Center

Employee Classification Planned Personnel Estimated Budget
Administrators 7 $818,443
Staff 81 $4,852,463
Total 88 $5,670,906

Mountain View

Employee Classification Planned Personnel Estimated Budget
Administrators 27 $2,851,910
Staff 202 $10,172,006
Faculty 112 $7,869,030
​Total 341 $20,892,946

North Lake

Employee Classification Planned Personnel Estimated Budget
Administrators 27 $2,851,910
Staff 202 $10,172,006
Faculty 112 $7,869,030
Total 341 $20,892,946

Richland

Employee Classification Planned Personnel Estimated Budget
Administrators 50 $5,063,565
Staff 410 $21,194,579
Faculty 197 $14,242,991
Total 657 $40,501,135

District Office

Employee Classification Planned Personnel Estimated Budget
Administrators 46 $6,486,013
​Staff 237 $13,547,907
Total 283 $20,033,920

District Service Center

Employee Classification Planned Personnel Estimated Budget
Administrators 24 $3,166,906
Staff 197
$13,595,602
​Total 221 $16,762,508

Bill J. Priest Center

Employee Classification Planned Personnel Estimated Budget
Administrators 24 $3,166,906
​Staff 197 $13,595,602
Total 221 $16,762,508

Central Police

Employee Classification Planned Personnel Estimated Budget
Administrators 1 $175,384
Staff
182 $10,423,123
Total ​183 $10,598,507

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Employee Group Compensation Proposal
Faculty, Full-Time $1,250,000
Administrators & Staff, Full-Time $3,300,000
Administrators & Staff, Part-Time $275,000
Adjunct Faculty
$50 increase to contract based on 3SCH class
$650,000
Total $5,475,000
Increase on Average Salary 2.00%

ERS Premium Changes for Health & Other Benefits

Benefit Change
Medical No Change
Dental DHMO No Change
Dental Choice No Change
Dental Discount No Change
Vision No Change

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Current Compensation Schedule FY 2020-2021

Administrator Schedule Effective September 1, 2017

Range Current Minimum
1 63,000
2 69,000
3 75,000
4 83,000
5 90,000
6 95,000
7 100,000
8 110,000
9 120,000
10 130,000
11 150,000

Staff Schedule Effective September 1, 2017

Range Current Minimum
1 24,000
2 32,000
3 36,000
4 43,000
5 53,000
6 65,000
7 75,000
8 85,000
9 95,000
10 99,000

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FY 2020-2021 Auxiliary Fund Allocation

Allocation Based on FY2018-19 Semester Credit Hours

Distribution Provides a $250,000 Base Allocation Per Campus

Updated as of: 7/20/2020

Brookhaven Cedar Valley Eastfield El Centro Mountain View North Lake Richland Total
District-Funded Allocation Base Allocation Base Allocation Base Allocation Base Allocation Base Allocation Base ​Allocation Base Allocation Base Allocation
Credit Hours 206,508 136,311 271,164 169,055 184,971 182,051 336,333 1,486,393
Credit Hrs Pct to Total 13.89% 9.17% 18.24% 11.37% 12.44% 12.25% 22.63% 100%
Base Allocation 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 1,750,000
Credit Hours Allocation 1,100,454 726,383 1,444,997 900,872 985,686 970,126 1,792,274 7,920,792
Adjustments 36,603 84,146 77,506 55,770 114,067 101,383 120,259 589,734
Total DF Allocation 1,387,057 1,060,529 1,772,503 1,206,642 1,349,753 1,321,509 2,162,533 10,260,526
Brookhaven Cedar Valley Eastfield El Centro Mountain View North Lake Richland Total
College Revenues Base Allocation Base Allocation​
Base Allocation Base Allocation Base Allocation Base ​Allocation Base Allocation Base Allocation
Replacement Ids 2,500 800 810 5,760 2,500 500 3,000 15,870
Federal Work Study & Allow. 11,000 0 0 0 22,532 0 31,500 65,032
Other Sources 55,000 8,700 21,200 24,995 71,347 12,000 62,500 255,742
Auxiliary 81,500 37,600 104,000 101,964 111,829 83,494 227,500 747,887
College Revenues 150,000 47,100 126,010 132,719 208,208 95,994 324,500 1,084,531
Total Allocation 1,537,057 1,107,629 1,898,513 1,339,361 1,557,961 1,417,503 2,487,033 11,345,057
District Service Center LCET Grand Total
District-Funded Allocation Base Allocation Base Allocation Base Allocation
Credit Hours 1,486,393
Credit Hrs Pct to Total 1
Base Allocation 0 0 1,750,000
Credit Hours Allocation 0 0 7,920,792
Adjustments (370,329) 0 219,405
Total DF Allocation (370,329)
0 9,890,197
District Service Center LCET Grand Total
College Revenues Base Allocation Base Allocation Base Allocation
Replacement Ids 15,870
Federal Work Study & Allow. 65,032
Other Sources 235,000 0​ 490,742
Auxiliary 3,500 303,896 1,055,283
College Revenues 238,500 303,896 1,626,972
Total Allocation (131,829) 303,896 11,517,124

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Allocation Based on FY2018-19 Semester Credit Hours

Distribution Provides A $250,000 Base Allocation Per Campus - Updated as of: 7/20/2020

Campus XSS1 Credit Hours Credit Hours Pct To Total Base Allocation Credit Hours Allocation Gross Allocation Adjustments Total Allocation
Brookhaven 206,508 13.89 % $250,000 $1,100,454 $1,350,454 $36,603 $1,387,057
Cedar Valley 136,311 9.17 % $250,000 $726,383 $976,383 $84,146 $1,060,529
Eastfield 271,164 18.24 % $250,000 $1,444,997 $1,694,997 $77,506 $1,772,503
El Centro 169,055 11.37 % $250,000 $900,872 $1,150,872 $55,770 $1,206,642
Mountain View 184,971 12.44 % $250,000 $985,686 $1,235,686 $114,067 $1,349,753
North Lake 182,051 12.25 % $250,000 $970,126 $1,220,126 $101,383 $1,321,509
Richland 336,333 22.63 % $250,000 $1,792,274 $2,042,274 $120,259 $2,162,533
Total Allocation 1,486,393 100.00 % $1,750,000 $7,920,792 $9,670,792 $589,734 $10,260,526

Source of Credit Hours: Official Student Statistics Summary (XSS1)

Note: Base Allocation For FY2018-2019 increased to $250,000

Gross Transfer: $7,920,790 (not incl. Base allocation)

Total Credit Hours: Summer 2018, Fall 2018, & Spring 2019
Campus Summer 2018 Fall 2018 Spring 2019 CH Total Campus Percent Campus Total
Brookhaven 38,967 87,944 79,597 206,508 13.89 % $1,100,453
Cedar Valley 25,893 55,393 55,025 136,311 9.17 % $726,384
Eastfield 44,088 118,917 108,159 271,164 18.24 % $1,444,996
El Centro 22,673 76,843 69,539 169,055 11.37% $900,871
Mountain View 30,125 80,242 74,604 184,971 12.44% $985,686
North Lake 28,874 81,648 71,529 182,051 12.25 % $970,125
Richland 54,897 146,305 135,131 336,333 22.63% $1,792,272
Campus Total 245,517 647,292 593,584 1,486,393 100.00% $7,920,790

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Updated as of: 7/20/2020

Location FY2021 FY2020 Difference
BHC $1,537,057 $1,586,778 ($49,721)
CVC $1,107,629 $1,131,040 ($23,411)
EFC $1,898,513 $1,949,125 ($50,612)
ECC $1,339,361 $1,360,431 ($21,070)
MVC $1,557,961 $1,600,933 ($42,972)
NLC $1,417,503 $1,431,180 ($13,677)
RLC $2,487,033 $2,481,902 $5,131
Total $11,345,057 $11,541,389 ($196,332)

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Executive Summary

Line Description FY2020-2021 Original Budget
1 Facilities Improvement Plan 25,000,000
2 Other Facility Maintenance
5,281,242
3 Phase 1 GO Bond Projects 297,200,000
4 IT Infrastructure Enhancements 35,000,000
5 IT Equipment Rooms Remodel 46,000,000
6 Public Safety & Security 32,435,900
7 Urban Planning 150,000
Total Capital Budget 441,067,142


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Other Facility Maintenance

Line Location Project Description FY2020-2021 Original Budget
1 Brookhaven REN/BHC/Upgrade Library Lighting 256,600
BHC - Total
256,600
2 Eastfield REN/PG/Repair Exterior Building Cracks 62,683
3 Eastfield REN/PG/Re-stripe Parking Lots 1,506
EFC - Total ​64,188
4 El Centro REN/ECC/Replace Fabric Wall Building A 67,735
ECC - Total 67,735
5 Mountain View REN/MVC/Upgrade Ceiling/Lighting 194,700
MVC - Total 194,700
6 North Lake REN/NLC/Replace Floor P233, P235 46,250
REN/NLC/Recarpet Performance Hall/Cafeteria 155,740
NLC - Total 201,990
7 District REN/DO/Office Reorganization 983,311
Repairs & Rehab-Designated Reserve 3,512,718
DISTRICT - Total 4,496,029
TOTAL OTHER FACILITY MAINTENANCE 5,281,242

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Phase 1 GO Bond Projects

Student Needs

Line Location Project Description FY2020-2021 Original Budget
1 Brookhaven ECHS & ECE Expansion 31,100,000
2 El Centro West ECHS Student Space 4,000,000
3 Cedar Valley ECHS Building E Renovation 25,700,000
4 Cedar Valley One Stop Shop Renovation (Prototype) 6,000,000
​5 Eastfield New Inter-Disciplinary Building 25,300,000
6 Eastfield New Student Success Building 37,100,000
7 Mountain View New ECHS Building 24,300,000
8 Mountain View Welcome Center (Prototype) 6,000,000
9 Richland New ECHS / Workforce Building 52,900,000
Student Needs Total 212,400,000 ​

Industry Aligned Workforce

Line Location Project Description FY2020-2021 Original Budget
10 North Lake Construction Science Building
50,000,000
11 Cedar Valley Commercial HVAC Renovation 4,200,000
12 Mountain View New Nursing & Allied Health Building
20,600,000
​13 District Contingency 10,000,000
Industry Aligned Workforce Total 84,800,000 ​

Total Phase 1 Go Bond Projects: 297,200,000

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IT, Public Safety & Security, and Other

Line Location Project Description FY2020-2021 Original Budget
1 Brookhaven IT Infrastructure Enhancements 3,018,040
2 Cedar Valley IT Infrastructure Enhancements​ 2,248,362
3 Eastfield IT Infrastructure Enhancements 3,416,162
4 Mountain View IT Infrastructure Enhancements 2,427,006
5 Nort​h Lake IT Infrastructure Enhan​cements 2,802,964
6 Richland IT Infrastructure Enhancements ​ 4,468,825
7 District Service Center IT Infrastructure Enhancements 600,000
8 District Office IT Infrastructure Enhancements 784,000
9 District Contingency 2,891,501
10 Brookhaven IT Equipment Rooms Remodel 7,368,213
11 Cedar Valley IT Equipment Rooms Remodel 4,421,323
12 Eastfield IT Equipment Rooms Remodel 6,945,166
13 Mountain View IT Equipment Rooms Remodel 5,859,407
14 North Lake IT Equipment Rooms Remodel 6,933,054
15 Richland IT Equipment Rooms Remodel 8,556,618
16 District Service Center IT Equipment Rooms Remodel
1,526,744
17 District Contingency 16,732,615
18 District Public Safety & Security
32,435,900
(List of projects to Board in Executive Session)
19 District Urban Planning 150,000
Total IT, Public Safety & Security, Other
113,585,900 ​

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Facilities Improvement Plan

Line Location Project Description FY2020-2021 Original Budget
1 Brookhaven Replace Roof, Building F 380,000
2 Brookhaven Replace Roof, Building H​​ 380,000
3 Brookhaven Replace Roof, Building J 345,000
4 Brookhaven Replace Remainder of Roof, Building M 190,000
5 Brookhaven Replace Remainder of Roof, Building Q 530,000
6 Brookhaven Replace FPE Panel and Switchgear, Building K 300,000
7 Brookhaven Replace FPE Switchgear, Building Q 350,000
8 Brookhaven Replace FP​E Switchgear, Building M 175,000
9 Brookhaven Replace FPE Switchgear, Building R 140,000
​10 Brookhaven Replace FPE Switchgear, Building C 140,000
11 Brookhaven Replace FPE Switchgear, Building A 25,000
BHC - Total 2,955,000
12 Cedar Valley Fire Sprinklers, Buildings C and D 3,500,000
CVC - Total 3,500,000
13 Eastfield Replace Fire Alarm, Panels, Devices and Wiring, Campus-Wide 280,000
14 Eastfield Replace Steam Boiler with HW, Pump(s), Piping 2,300,000
EFC - Total 2,580,000
15 El Centro Replace FPE Panels, Buildings B and C 35,000
ECC - Total 35,000
16 Mountain View Replace Remaining Pnuematic VAV Boxes 200,000
17 Mountain View Replace CHW/HHW Pumps 280,000
18 Mountain View Replace Ceiling/Light, Hallways, Classrooms 200,000
19 Mountain View Replace/Upgrade Controls Phase 3, Buildings B, H & S 290,000
20 Mountain View Replace 750 Ton Chiller with 1000 Ton 1,500,000
21 Mountain View Replace Roof Building S 665,000
22 Mountain View Replace Roof Building B 580,000
23 Mountain View Replace Roof South W 1,500,000
24 Mountain View Replace Roof - North Side of East Building 700,000
25 Mountain View Coffee Shop 120,000
26 Mountain View Upgrade Sound Systems in Gym, Cafeteria, East Foyer 180,000
MVC - Total 6,215,000
27 North Lake Tridium Software Installation at Central Campus 280,000
28 North Lake Replace F Elevator Hydraulic Pumps 30,000
29 North Lake A/E Fees for Put Back of West Campus Leased Building 350,000
30 North Lake R BuildingSwitchgear Replacement 60,000
31 North Lake A-200Waterproofing - Phase 1 Engeneering 140,000
32 North Lake Install Central Plant Switchgear and Replace Feeders 140,000
33 North Lake Reseal Expansion Joints, Roadways, Sidewalks 125,000
34 North Lake Replace N.Loop Road-Library to DART Station 350,000
35 North Lake Central Plant Incoming Water Manifold Replacement 65,000
36 North Lake Athletics Repairs &Improvements 670,000
37 North Lake Upgrade HHW Piping Insulation 75,000
38 North Lake Replace DX Units - Workforce and Cafeteria 67,000
NLC - Total 2,352,000
39 Richland Replacement of (5) Fume Hoods in Sabine Hall 212,000
40 Richland Engineering Technology/Manufacturing Lab Renovations 112,000
41 Richland Roof Replacement Fannin, Fannin Breezeway 570,000
42 Richland Roof Repl​acement Alamito 570,000
43 Richland Modular Building Phase 2 950,000
44 District DO - 2nd Floor -- Additional Workspace 63,000
45 District DO - 3rd Floor -- Additional Workspace 56,000
46 District BJP - Replace FACP and All Devices in the Building 280,000
47 District BJP - Upgrade/Replace Exterior Lighting 70,000
48 District BJP - SBCG Lab (Renovate Library on 2nd Floor) 700,000
49 District LeCroy - Replace R-22 Chiller #2, 185 Ton 280,000
50 District LeCroy - Replace R-22 Chiller #1, 140 Ton 200,000
51 District Subsurface Utility Engineering (CVC, NLC, MVC, BHC) 1,300,000
52 District College Wide Arcflash Study 1,500,000
53 District Contigency 500,000
54 District District - Total​
4,949,000
Total Facilities Improvement Plan 25,000,000

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Special Items: Acquisition or construction of new facilities; major renovations of existing facilities; acquisition of major equipment; enhancement of infrastructure and prior year encumbrances and commitments. Funds that have accumulated through savings or have been set aside as a part of the operating budget represent the revenue available for the expenditure of special items.

Proposed Special Items, Detail

Line Campus Fund Categor​y Purpose Amount
1 Brookhaven Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carr​​y-Forward 1,250,000
2 Brookhaven Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forw​ards ​ Estimat​ed Carry-Forward Requisitions 175,000
3 Brookhaven Unrestricted Facilities Purchase & Install Emergency Generator Building X 500,000
4 Brookhaven Unrestricted Facilities Prioritized and/or Scheduled Classroom and Furniture Upgrades to Maintain Operating Standards 225,000
5 Brookhaven Unrestricted Facilities Construction of the Brookhaven Donor Garden (Carried Forward from FY2020) 200,000
6 Brookhaven Unrestricted Technology Replace Smart Classroom Equipment- Building X 1,300,000
7 Brookhaven Unrestricted Technology Purchase 81 Elmo PX-10 Document Cameras 145,800
8 Brookhaven Unrestricted Technology Computer Upgrades to New Minimum (Year 2 of 4) 401,000
9 Brookhaven Unrestricted Technology Media Upgrades in Lecture Halls X1091; H125, H126 340,000
10 Brookhaven Unrestricted Technology Media Upgrades in D202, D203, D207, D208 128,000
11 Brookhaven Unrestricted Technology Media Upgrades in Q102, Q104, Q105, Q107 100,000
12 Brookhaven Unrestricted Technology Annual Computer Lab and Instructional PC Upgrades Per College Rotation Schedule 125,000
13 Brookhaven Unrestricted Technology Annual Prioritized Instructional Technology and Capital Acquisitions 350,000
14 Brookhaven Auxiliary FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward 150,000
15 Brookhaven Auxiliary FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Carry-Forward Requisitions 50,000
16 Brookhaven Auxiliary Facilities Replace Jogging Trail Equipment 75,000
17 Brookhaven Auxiliary Student Services Contingency for Athletic Championship Travel 50,000
18 Cedar Valley Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward 2,000,000
19 Cedar Valley Unrestricted Technology IT Equipment Replacement 400,000
20 Cedar Valley Auxiliary FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward 50,000
21 Cedar Valley Auxiliary Student Services Student Activity / Athletic Team Travel 50,000
22 Eastfield Auxiliary FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward & Estimated Carry-Forward Requisitions 75,000
23 Eastfield Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward & Estimated Carry-Forward Requisitions 625,000
24 Eastfield Auxiliary Facilities Coffee Shop 225,000
25 Eastfield Auxiliary Student Services Athletic Team Travel 75,000
26 Eastfield - Pleasant Grove Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward & Estimated Carry-Forward Requisitions 75,000
27 El Centro Unrestricted Technology Hardware to Support Virtual Desktops (VDI) 220,000
28 El Centro Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward & Estimated Carry-Forward Requisitions​ 1,500,000
29 El Centro Unrestricted Instruction Allied Health Capital Equipment Updates 250,000
30 El Centro Unrestricted Technology Install of IT Support and Hardware/Software to Support the Facility 100,000
31 El Centro Unrestricted Student Services Marketing Campaign and Software for FHI North 150,000
32 Mountain View Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward 341,169
33 Mountain View Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Carry-Forward Requisitions 10,000
34 Mountain View Auxiliary Student Services Enterprise Scholarship Fund Transfer 50,000
35 Mountain View Unrestricted Instruction Replace Micro Biology Lab Incubators 26,602
36 Mountain View Unrestricted Institutional Support Coffee Shop Build Out 100,000
37 Mountain View Unrestricted Instruction Replace Biology Sterilizer 41,500
38 Mountain View Unrestricted Institutional Support Common Area Furniture 50,000
39 Mountain View Unrestricted Institutional Support Technology Upgrades 377,334
40 North Lake Auxiliary FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward 65,000
41 North Lake Auxiliary FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Carry-Forward Requisitions 0
42 North Lake Auxiliary Student Services Enterprise Scholarship Fund Transfer 50,000
43 North Lake Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward 2,500,000
44 North Lake Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Carry-Forward Requisitions 500,000
45 North Lake - North Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward 25,000
46 North Lake - South Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward 25,000
47 North Lake - South Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Carry-Forward Requisitions 25,000
48 Richland Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward & Estimated Carry-Forward Requisitions 5,543,875
49 Richland Unrestricted Facilities Fall Facilities Equipment Purchases 232,000
50 Richland Unrestricted Instruction Fall Instructional Equipment Purchases 129,463
51 Richland Restricted Technology Fall Grant-Funded Technology & Equipment Purchases 140,000
52 Richland Auxiliary FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward & Estimated Carry-Forward Requisitions 13,742
53 Richland Auxiliary Student Services Enterprise Scholarship Fund Transfer 30,000
54 Richland - Garland Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward & Estimated Carry-Forward Requisitions 113,212
55 College Operations Unrestricted Technology Data Center 5,500,000
56 College Operations Unrestricted Technology Document Management System 700,000
57 College Operations Unrestricted Technology Replace A/V Systems in Conference Rooms - LeCroy Center 90,000
58 College Operations Unrestricted FY20 Carry-Forwards Estimated Encumbrance Carry-Forward & Estimated Carry-Forward Requisitions 2,500,000
59 College Operations Unrestricted Facilities Set Aside for Additional Facilities Improvement Projects 5,000,000
60 College Operations Unrestricted Instruction Development and Implementation of Baccalaurate Program for Early Childhood Education 2,300,000

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Line ​​​ Campus Contracting Entity Purpose​ Term Amount Income = I Expense = E
​1 Brookhaven City of Dallas Provide Credit and Non-Credit Classes in Emergency Medical Technician and Paramedics Training Annual 1,657,800 I
2 Brookhaven Divergence Academy Provide Curriculum Development, Instruction, Facilitation and/or Materials for Workforce & Continuing Education Annual 316,000 I / E
3 Brookhaven Electronics for Imaging (EFI) Provide Curriculum Development, Instruction, Facilitation and/or Materials for Workforce and Continuing Education Annual 100,000 I / E
4 Brookhaven FCD Youth, LLC Soccer Field #4 Lease Agreement 4 Years 188,000 I
5 Brookhaven Ford Motor Co. Technical Training Program Annual 123,708 I
6 Brookhaven National Science Foundation Provide Curriculum Development, Instruction, and Facilitation to Create Interdisciplinary Learning Modules Annual 224,813 I / E
7 Brookhaven USDE - Title IV Grant Project RISE: Designed to Increase the Academic Success of Hispanic and High-Need Students Annual 2,625,000 I / E
8 Cedar Valley Blue Palmetto Training, LLC Training Provider for Projected Grant Funded Workforce Training for Businesses Annual 49,999 E
9 Cedar Valley Cedar Hill ISD Cedar Hill High School Dual Credit Agreement Annual 8,000 E
10 Cedar Valley Cedar Hill ISD Cedar Hill Collegiate High School Educational Services Agreement Annual 6,000 E
11 Cedar Valley City of Dallas Workforce Training and Service Annual 50,000 I
12 Cedar Valley City Wide Community Development Workforce Training and Service Annual 27,327 I
13 Cedar Valley Dallas ISD Carter P-Tech at Cedar Valley College Public Law and Technology ECHS Educational Services Agreement Annual 4,000 E
14 Cedar Valley Dallas ISD Carter High School Dual Credit Agreement Annual 4,000 E
15 Cedar Valley Dallas ISD Kathlyn J Gilliam Collegiate Academy ECHS Educational Services Agreement Annual 15,000 E
16 Cedar Valley Dallas ISD Skyline ECHS Educational Services Agreement Annual - E
17 Cedar Valley Dallas ISD Skyline High School Dual Credit Agreement Annual 2,000 E
18 Cedar Valley Dallas ISD Wilmer Hutchins ECHS Educational Services Agreement Annual - E
19 Cedar Valley Dallas ISD Adamson High School Dual Credit Agreement Annual 2,000 E
20 Cedar Valley DeSoto Fire Academy Workforce Training and Service Annual 5,000 I
21 Cedar Valley DeSoto Fire Academy Training Provider for Projected Grant Funded Workforce Training Annual 75,000 E
22 Cedar Valley DeSoto ISD DeSoto High School Dual Credit Agreement Annual 4,000 E
23 Cedar Valley DeSoto ISD DeSoto ECHS Educational Services Agreement Annual 18,000 E
24 Cedar Valley Duncanville ISD Duncanville High School Dual Credit Agreement Annual 4,000 E
25 Cedar Valley Educated Business Resource Group Training Provider for Projected Grant Funded Workforce Training for Businesses Annual 49,999 E
26 Cedar Valley FFE Transportation Services Workforce Training and Service Annual 54,000 I
27 Cedar Valley Lancaster ISD Lancaster High School Dual Credit Agreement Annual 10,000 E
28 Cedar Valley Lancaster ISD Lancaster STEM ECHS Educational Services Agreement Annual 4,000 E
29 Cedar Valley McDowell Safety & Health Services, LLC Training Provider for Projected Grant Funded Workforce Training for Businesses Annual 49,999 E
30 Cedar Valley Mesquite ISD Mesquite ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 10,000 E
31 Cedar Valley MNK Info Tech Training Provider for Projected Grant Funded Workforce Training for Businesses Annual 49,999 E
32 Cedar Valley New Foundation Educational Consultant Training Provider for Projected Grant Funded Workforce Training for Businesses Annual 49,999 E
33 Cedar Valley Scalable Solutions Training Provider for Projected Grant Funded Workforce Training for Businesses Annual 350,000 E
34 Cedar Valley TFP Group Training Provider for Projected Workforce Training for Businesses Annual 350,000 E
35 Cedar Valley Tyler Junior College Workforce Training and Service Annual 1,500 I
36 Cedar Valley Veteran's Resource Center Workforce Training and Service Annual 1,950 I
37 Eastfield A+ Academy Dual Credit Agreement Annual 10,000 E
38 Eastfield Aries Building Systems Lease Modular Building Annual 216,000 E
39 Eastfield Balch Springs Dual Credit Agreement Annual - I
40 Eastfield Bishop Lynch Dual Credit Agreement Annual 100,000 E
41 Eastfield Boettcher Brewery Brewery Classes Annual 75,000 E
42 Eastfield Brentwood Healthcare Center Clinical Site Agreement Annual - I
43 Eastfield Calvery Temple Christian Dual Credit Agreement Annual - I
44 Eastfield Car-O-Liner Provide Space/Oversight for IAC Training Annual - I
45 Eastfield Consolidated Revenuw Solutions Clinical Site Agreement Annual - I
46 Eastfield Cooper ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 15,000 E
47 Eastfield Curtis Culwell Center Graduation Facility Annual 106,232 E
48 Eastfield Dallas Christian Dual Credit Agreement Annual 25,000 E
49 Eastfield Dallas ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 50,000 E
50 Eastfield Dallas ISD (Bryan Adams P-TECH) Dual Credit Agreement Annual 10,000 E
51 Eastfield Dallas ISD (Bryan Adams P-TECH) Dual Credit Agreement Annual - I
52 Eastfield Dallas ISD (Samuell ECHS) Dual Credit Agreement Annual 20,000 E
53 Eastfield Dallas ISD (Samuell ECHS) Dual Credit Agreement Annual - I
54 Eastfield Dallas ISD (Seagoville P-TECH) Dual Credit Agreement Annual 10,000 E
55 Eastfield Dallas ISD (Seagoville P-TECH) Dual Credit Agreement Annual - I
56 Eastfield Dallas ISD (Spruce CTE ECHS) Dual Credit Agreement Annual 15,000 E
57 Eastfield Dallas ISD (Spruce CTE ECHS) Dual Credit Agreement Annual - I
58 Eastfield Dallas Regional Center Clinical Site Agreement Annual - I
59 Eastfield Duncanville ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 5,000 E
60 Eastfield Forney ISD CNA Courses for ISD Students Annual 33,010 I
61 Eastfield Forney ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 10,000 E
62 Eastfield Forney ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 10,000 I
63 Eastfield Gardner Communications Workplace Skills/MSOffice Annual 9,600 I
64 Eastfield Garland ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 275,000 E
65 Eastfield Garland ISD (South Garland ECHS) Dual Credit Agreement Annual 10,000 E
66 Eastfield Garland ISD (South Garland ECHS) Dual Credit Agreement Annual - I
67 Eastfield Grand Prairie ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 5,000 E
68 Eastfield Hitachi High Tech Microscope Maintenance/Service Annual 10,000 E
69 Eastfield Inspired Vision Dual Credit Agreement Annual 10,000 E
70 Eastfield International Electrical Contractors Electrical Pre-Apprentice Classes Annual 4,875 E
71 Eastfield Legacy Preparatory Dual Credit Agreement Annual 6,000 E
72 Eastfield Mesquite ISD CNA Courses for ISD Students Annual 12,650 I
73 Eastfield Mesquite ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 200,000 E
74 Eastfield Mesquite Tree Nursing Center Clinical Site Agreement Annual - I
75 Eastfield PPG Industries CE Courses for Electricians Annual 3,600 E
76 Eastfield Prism Electric CE Courses for Electricians Annual 2,200 E
77 Eastfield Richardson ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 5,000 E
78 Eastfield Ridgecrest Healthcare & Rehab. Clinical Site Agreement Annual - I
79 Eastfield Rockwall ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual - I
80 Eastfield Rowlett Chamber of Commerce Leadership, Supervision, Offices Classes Annual 75,000 I
81 Eastfield Sentry Custom Security Maintenance Agreement Annual 2,750 E
82 Eastfield Sunnyvale ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 50,000 E
83 Eastfield Texans Can! Dual Credit Agreement Annual 5,000 E
84 Eastfield Trainer Angie Leadership & Management Courses Annual 25,000 E
85 Eastfield Uplift Education Dual Credit Agreement Annual - I
86 Eastfield Welsey Davis Dual Credit Agreement Annual - I
87 Eastfield - Pleasant Grove Columbia College Lease of Space Annual 5,760 I
88 Eastfield - Pleasant Grove Southeast Dallas Chamber of Commerce Lease of Space Annual - I
89 Eastfield - Pleasant Grove Southeast Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Lease of Space Annual - I
90 Eastfield - Pleasant Grove Wilkinson Center Lease of Space Annual 20,448 I
91 El Centro Catholic Charities of Dallas, Inc. ESL & Conversational Spanish Annual - E
92 El Centro Cedar Hill ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 5,000 E
93 El Centro Chime AEL ESL, Transitions and Pathways Annual 10,800 I
94 El Centro City of Dallas AEL GED, ESL Annual - E
95 El Centro City of Dallas -- Arcadia Park Patient Care Technician Training Annual 36,144 I
96 El Centro City of Dallas Fire Rescue Basic Training for Recruits Annual 10,000 I
97 El Centro City of Dallas Police Department Basic Police Recruit Annual 30,000 I
98 El Centro City of Dallas Police Department BTA Academy Training: Emergency Medical Assistance Annual 11,400 I
99 El Centro Corner Bakery Lease of Property Annual 75,000 I
100 El Centro Dallas Area Rapid Transit AEL Transitions and Pathways Annual - E
101 El Centro Dallas Area Rapid Transit -- CareerLink Employee Training: Project Management Annual 7,680 I
102 El Centro Dallas ISD AEL GED AND ESL Annual - E
103 El Centro Dallas ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 100,000 E
104 El Centro Dallas Main, LP Lease of Property - Main St. Wellness Center Annual 500,000 E
105 El Centro Duncanville ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual - E
106 El Centro El Rio Grande Latin Market/Maya Management ESL, FSM, Career Pathways Annual 6,840 E
107 El Centro FBI Lease of Property Annual 557,196 I
108 El Centro For Oak Cliff AEL GED Annual - E
109 El Centro Garland ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 30,000 E
110 El Centro Global Webb, L.P. Lease of Property - Webb Chapel Culinary Annual 1,141,725 E
111 El Centro Grand Prairie ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 3,000 E
112 El Centro Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce AEL ESL, Transitions and Pathways Annual 10,800 I
113 El Centro Head Start of Greater Dallas AEL ESL, GED, Transitions and Pathways Annual - E
114 El Centro Interfaith Ministries of Dallas -- St. Philip the Apostle Catholic Church AEL ESL, GED, Transitions, Pathways Annual - N/A
115 El Centro Irving ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 30,000 E
116 El Centro Jubilee Park and Community Center ESL, Private Security, FPM Annual 15,690 I
117 El Centro Lancaster ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 5,000 E
118 El Centro Legacy Mesquite ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 3,000 E
119 El Centro Life School Dual Credit Agreement Annual 4,000 E
120 El Centro Mesquite ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 20,000 E
121 El Centro MLK/Empowering the Masses AEL Transitions and Pathways, Phlebotomy Annual 36,000 I
122 El Centro Northwest ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 5,000 E
123 El Centro One Main Place Office, LLC Lease of Property - Main St. Annual 1,064,937 E
124 El Centro Richardson ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 100,000 E
125 El Centro Sanford-Brown, Limited Lease of Property - Mockingbird Dental Annual 191,695 E
126 El Centro Sharing Life Patient Care Technician Training Annual 40,160 I
127 El Centro St. Joseph's Helpers of Dallas GED, ESL, Career Transitions, Pathways Annual 3,840 E
128 El Centro Texas A&M University - Commerce Use of Facilities for Dallas Based Courses Annual 120,000 I
129 El Centro Ulta Beauty, Inc. ESL, Career Pathways and Transitions Annual 3,840 E
130 El Centro University Emergency Medical Response Emergency Medical Technician Training Annual 58,032 I
131 El Centro Uplift Education Dual Credit Agreement Annual 45,000 E
132 Mountain View ABM Custodial Services Contract Annual 855,775 E
133 Mountain View ACIS Chiller Maintenance Annual 18,084 E
134 Mountain View Advantage Academy Dual Credit Agreement Annual 75,000 E
135 Mountain View Bishop Dunn Dual CreditAgreement Annual 75,000 E
136 Mountain View Buckner Family Services Educational Services 3 Years 15,000 I
137 Mountain View Cintas Fire Alarm Annual Inspection Fire Alarm Annual Inspection Annual 6,500 E
138 Mountain View D & A Building Services Window Cleaning Annual 17,900 E
139 Mountain View Dallas ISD (Kimball) Dual Credit Agreement Annual - E
140 Mountain View Dallas ISD (Molina) Dual Credit Agreement Annual - E
141 Mountain View Dallas ISD (South Oak Cliff) Dual Credit Agreement Annual - E
142 Mountain View Dallas ISD (Sunset) Dual Credit Agreement Annual - E
143 Mountain View Dallas ISD (Trini Garza) Dual Credit Agreement Annual 50,000 I
144 Mountain View Data Shredding Services Secure Paper Shredding Annual 1,680 E
145 Mountain View Desoto ISD Educational Services Annual 24,400 I
146 Mountain View DFW Airport Educational Services 3 Years 20,250 I
147 Mountain View Duncanville ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 100,000 E
148 Mountain View Duncanville ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual - E
149 Mountain View Duncanville ISD Educational Services 3 Years 30,380 I
150 Mountain View Entech Sales Generator Annual 4,080 E
151 Mountain View Environmatic EMS System Annual 3,520 E
152 Mountain View Faith Family Academy Dual Credit Agreement Annual 75,000 E
153 Mountain View Grand Prairie ISD (Dubuski) Dual Credit Agreement Annual - E
154 Mountain View Grand Prairie ISD (Grand Prairie HS) Dual Credit Agreement Annual 75,000 E
155 Mountain View Grand Prairie ISD (South Grand Prairie HS) Dual Credit Agreement Annual 75,000 E
156 Mountain View Harmony School of Nature and Athletics Dual Credit Agreement Annual 75,000 E
157 Mountain View International Leadership Dual Credit Agreement Annual - E
158 Mountain View Liquid Environmental Grease Trap Cleanout Annual 5,075 E
159 Mountain View Magnolia Fisheries Pond Maintenance Annual 9,800 E
160 Mountain View Moore Cans Porta Potties Annual 4,328 E
161 Mountain View Mr. Sweeper Monthly Parking Lot Sweeper Annual 3,500 E
162 Mountain View Neo Post Mail Machine Lease Annual 4,248 E
163 Mountain View Neo Post Package Tracking System Annual 3,050 E
164 Mountain View Newman International Academy Dual Credit Agreement Annual - E
165 Mountain View Oracle Elevator Maintenance Annual 9,828 E
166 Mountain View Owens Corning Educational Services 3 Years 50,000 I
167 Mountain View Schendel Pest Services Pest Control Annual 1,500 E
168 Mountain View Schneider Electric (INET) EMS System Annual 6,492 E
169 Mountain View Schneider Electric (Vista) EMS System Annual 6,240 E
170 Mountain View School Dude Work Order System Annual 5,084 E
171 Mountain View SER National Educational Services Annual 21,555 I
172 Mountain View Texans Can Academies Educational Services 3 Years 149,999 I
173 Mountain View Texans Can Academy (Oak Cliff) Educational Services 3 Years 35,000 I
174 Mountain View Trinity Watershed Management Contract Training Courses - Interlocal Annual 10,000 I
175 Mountain View United Method of Education (UME) Prep Academy Dual Credit Agreement Annual 75,000 E
176 Mountain View Waste Management Trash Pickup Annual 24,989 E
177 North Lake Cistercian Preparatory School Dual Credit Agreement Annual 45,000 E
178 North Lake Construction Education Foundation Educational Services Annual 300,000 E
179 North Lake Coppell ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 25,000 E
180 North Lake Dallas ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 45,000 E
181 North Lake Dallas ISD Early College High School Annual - E
182 North Lake Four Seasons Property Lease 10 Years 400,000 I
183 North Lake Garland ISD Early College High School Annual - E
184 North Lake Grand Prairie ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 60,000 E
185 North Lake Irving ISD Dual Credit Agreement Annual 400,000 E
186 North Lake Irving ISD Early College High School Annual - E
187 North Lake Irving ISD & City of Irving Cost Reimbursement for Natatorium 20 Years - E
188 North Lake North Texas Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Training Center Educational Services Annual 225,000 E
189 North Lake Responsive Education Solutions Property Lease 2 Years 70,000 I
190 North Lake TEXO Educational Services Annual 130,500 E
191 North Lake The Dallas Joint Apprenticeship Committee for the Plumbing & Pipefitting Industry Construction Training Annual 100,000 E
192 North Lake United Masonry Contractor's Association Educational Services Annual 21,000 E
193 North Lake Uplift Infinity Dual Credit Agreement Annual 20,000 E
194 Richland Area Independent School Districts Dual Credit Agreement Annual 182,751 E
195 Richland Curtis Culwell Center Graduation Facility Annual 70,000 E
196 Richland Interpretive Services Providers Sign Language Interpreter Services Annual 425,713 E
197 Richland Keynote Speaker Address Faculty at Fall Convocation Annual 10,000 E
198 Richland Keynote Speaker Address Faculty at Spring Convocation Annual 10,000 E
199 Richland May Toy Lukens Evaluative Services to Meet AANAPISI Grant Program Requirements Annual 12,000 E
200 Richland The Quest Conference Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award National Marketing Annual 10,000 E
201 Richland Wildflower Arts and Music Festival Increase Branding and Awareness of College Within the Community Annual 10,000 E
202 Richland - Garland City of Garland Workforce Training Annual 20,000 I
203 Richland - Garland City of Plano Workforce Training Annual 20,000 I
204 Richland - Garland City of Richardson Workforce Training Annual 20,000 I
205 Richland - Garland Dallas County Workforce Training Annual 50,000 I
206 Richland - Garland Divergence Academy Instructional Services Annual 500,000 E
207 Richland - Garland Educated Business Resource Corporation Corporate Training Classes Annual 75,000 E
208 Richland - Garland Garland Chamber of Commerce Lease Agreement Annual 52,180 I
209 Richland - Garland General Dynamics Corporate Training Classes Annual 43,200 E
210 Richland - Garland Healthcare Management Systems, Inc. (HMS) Workforce Training Annual 80,000 I
211 Richland - Garland MechSigma Corporate Training Classes Annual 30,000 E
212 Richland - Garland Senseability Corporate Training Classes Annual 300,000 E
213 Richland - Garland South Dallas Fair Park Innercity Community Development Corporation Rental Agreement for South Dallas Training Facility Annual 59,000 E
214 Richland - Garland The Quality Group Corporate Training Classes Annual 40,000 E
215 Richland - Garland The Training Associates Instructional Services Annual 50,000 E
216 Richland - Garland Trainer Angie Instructional Services Annual 300,000 E
217 Collegewide AASHE Stars Review Transparent, Self-Reporting Framework to Measure Their Sustainability Performance Annual 10,000 E
218 Collegewide ABM Janitorial Services Annual 2,000 E
219 Collegewide Accommodate Accommodation Case Management System (Year 3 of 3) Annual 15,000 E
220 Collegewide ACUE Faculty Training Annual 160,000 E
221 Collegewide ADA/504/Training Collegewide ADA/504 Training (ADA/504 Coordinators) Annual 10,000 E
222 Collegewide Advanced Robotics Manufacturing Collaborative Program in Robotics and Workforce Innovation Annual 250,000 E
223 Collegewide AdvanceNet Technology Student Access Accounts, Subscription Services and Virtual Case Management Annual 104,800 E
224 Collegewide Alliance Investigations Sworn Criminal Background Investigations Annual 6,000 E
225 Collegewide Allied Universal Collegewide Security Guard Services Annual 864,000 E
226 Collegewide Alps Printer Services Annual 1,000 E
227 Collegewide Amigos Membership Delivery of Interlibrary Loans Annual 5,513 E
228 Collegewide Apply Texas Student Application Student Common Texas Application Annual 26,000 E
229 Collegewide ARC 15000 Based on 3rd Year Cost for ARC Contract Annual 15,000 E
230 Collegewide Athletic Officials Cost for Officials for Athletic Events Annual 11,500 E
231 Collegewide AT&T PCI External Scan Service Annual 4,000 E
232 Collegewide AT&T ASE-WAN - Current and Upgrade Annual 600,000 E
233 Collegewide AT&T Wireless Air Cards for In-Car Video and MDC Access Annual 15,100 E
234 Collegewide Aunt Bertha Online Resource Annual 90,000 E
235 Collegewide Axon Unit Warranties, Cloud Storage for Body, Dash and Interview Cameras Annual 229,576 E
236 Collegewide Axon TASER Leases - 170 Units Annual 73,960 E
237 Collegewide Axon TASER Replacement (Year 4 of 5) Annual 18,222 E
238 Collegewide Basecamp Talent Development Software Annual 3,000 E
239 Collegewide BCP Consulting Services Consulting Annual 100,000 E
240 Collegewide BID Collegewide Adaptive Translation Services Annual 30,000 E
241 Collegewide Blackboard Ally for Learn Accessibility Tool for Learning Management System Annual 50,000 E
242 Collegewide Blackboard Ally for Web Accessibility Tool for Web Annual 40,500 E
243 Collegewide Blackboard Learn SaaS Bundle Learning Management System (LMS) Annual 974,889 E
244 Collegewide Blackboard Student Services Outsourced Student Help Desk Annual 375,339 E
245 Collegewide Boston Consulting Group Consulting - Accelaration of Organizational Design Annual 2,300,000 E
246 Collegewide Boston Consulting Group Consulting - One College Learner Centric Annual 6,000,000 E
247 Collegewide Brightview Grounds Maintenance Annual 41,000 E
248 Collegewide Cameron & Associates / Dreamcatcher Education Consulting Professional Development Annual 170,000 E
249 Collegewide Campus Professional Add-On, XModule Native App Mobile App Support Annual 87,612 E
250 Collegewide Chmura Economics & Analytics Economic Impact Studies/Resume Forensics Annual 30,580 E
251 Collegewide Cisco Hardware Renewal Data Center Hardware Support Annual 150,000 E
252 Collegewide Clio Managing Interlibrary Loans Annual 4,839 E
253 Collegewide Cloud Based Services Reference USA Annual 3,500 E
254 Collegewide Cloud Connectivity Charges Connectivity Charges for Cloud DR Operations Annual 150000 E
255 Collegewide Cogent Collegewide Internet Annual 500,000 E
256 Collegewide College Services Apprenticeship Training Grant/Apprentices for the Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) - Dallas Annual 190,506 E
257 Collegewide Colliers International Urban Planning Annual 100,000 E
258 Collegewide Concur Employee Travel System Annual 98,000 E
259 Collegewide Consultant Global Scholars Program Development Annual 5,000 E
260 Collegewide Consulting Board Training Annual 10,000 E
261 Collegewide Convergint Camera/Access Maintenance Annual 40,000 E
262 Collegewide Cornerstone on Demand Professional Development Software Annual 92,000 E
263 Collegewide Corporate Records Management Offsite Records Storage Annual 30,000 E
264 Collegewide Customer Relations Management Customer Relations Management Annual 600,000 E
265 Collegewide Databank Imaging of Source Documents Annual 40,000 E
266 Collegewide Data Center Hard Ware Support Annual Support for Server Hardware Annual 30,000 E
267 Collegewide Data Center Professional Services One College Domain Redesign and Active Directory Migration Annual 150,000 E
268 Collegewide Data Shredding Secure Document Shredding Annual 3,240 E
269 Collegewide DigiCert SSL Certificates Annual 20,000 E
270 Collegewide Diploma Printing and Mailing Vendor Diploma Printing and Mailing Annual 120,000 E
271 Collegewide DIR LD and Circuits Annual 178,000 E
272 Collegewide DSS Shred Secure Shredding Annual 2,000 E
273 Collegewide Dunbar Armor Car Service Annual 6,800 E
274 Collegewide Ellucian ERP System Special Requests (i.e EOY Close) Annual 10,000 E
275 Collegewide eRecycler Shred Hard Drives Annual 5,000 E
276 Collegewide ExLibris Alma/Primo Interlibrary Loans Annual 180,000 E
277 Collegewide F5 Load Balancer Services Load Balancing Annual 50,000 E
278 Collegewide Flex Factor Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation Project Based Learning Annual 250,000 E
279 Collegewide Flywheel Word Press Hosting For Blog Usage Annual 3,000 E
280 Collegewide Gartner IT Services Annual 90,000 E
281 Collegewide GBC Service Laminators Annual 2,700 E
282 Collegewide General Datatech (GDT) Contracted Service for ServiceNow Administrator Annual 200,000 E
283 Collegewide General Datatech (GDT) Professional Services Annual 20,000 E
284 Collegewide Global Financial Aid Services Contract Third Party Verification Services Annual 265,000 E
285 Collegewide Graduation Alliance Call Center Outreach Annual 50,000 E
286 Collegewide Grant Business Procedures Writer Update Business Procedures for Contracts & Grants Business Section Annual 20,000 E
287 Collegewide Green Planet Hazmat Disposal Annual 7,000 E
288 Collegewide Hypersign Content Management Renewal Annual 2,700 E
289 Collegewide Hypersign Renewal Digital Signage Management Annual 5,800 E
290 Collegewide Inceptia Collegewide Default Prevention Annual 195,800 E
291 Collegewide Infoblox Network Management (Year 2 of 3) Annual - E
292 Collegewide Insurance for College Athletics Insurance Coverage Annual 106,000 E
293 Collegewide Interlingua USA Translation in Other Languages Annual 1,000 E
294 Collegewide Internships & Fellowships Environmental Defense Fund Internship Program Annual 17,500 E
295 Collegewide Jaggaer Cloud Base Jaggaer Cloud Base Annual 341,414 E
296 Collegewide Jaggaer Customer Client Support Jaggaer Specialized Client Support Annual 7,500 E
297 Collegewide Kore Technologies ERP Warehouse Solution Annual 17,000 E
298 Collegewide KORE Technology Data Warehouse Support Annual 10,000 E
299 Collegewide LibInsight Addon for LibGuides Annual 3,600 E
300 Collegewide Liebert UPS Maintenance Liebert UPS Maintenance Annual 32,000 E
301 Collegewide Link America Radio Maintenance Annual 75,000 E
302 Collegewide LinkedIn Learning Online Employee Professional Development Annual 33,500 E
303 Collegewide MacSavers Service Macs Annual 1,700 E
304 Collegewide Mail Handler Service Mailing Handler for Registration Mail Campaign Annual 4,000 E
305 Collegewide Manual Check Signer Check Writer System Annual 3,000 E
306 Collegewide Maxient Student Behavioral Records Tracking 5 year 40,000 E
307 Collegewide McWilliams Consulting Legislative Consulting Services Annual 48,000 E
308 Collegewide Moss Consulting Accreditation Assessment Annual 7,500 E
309 Collegewide NCSE Environmentors Student & Youth Engagement Program Annual 7,500 E
310 Collegewide Nintex Forms and Workflows Collegewide Electronic Forms Solution Annual 37,500 E
311 Collegewide OCLC Membership & Services OCLC Services, Including EZProxy Worldwide Shared Record Utility Used for Cataloging Annual 74,000 E
312 Collegewide Oracle Maintenance Managed DNS Advanced Services/Oracle/Dyn DNS Service Annual 16,500 E
313 Collegewide Outsourced Forensic Services Cybersecurity Annual 200,000 E
314 Collegewide Pentation Test Analytics Annual 50,000 E
315 Collegewide Pieces Technology Cloud Services Annual 60,000 E
316 Collegewide Plural Sight Professional Development Platform Annual 16,250 E
317 Collegewide Politico Pro Legislative Update Information Online Annual 7,500 E
318 Collegewide Presidio Professional Services Annual 20,000 E
319 Collegewide Price Proctor Psychological Testing Annual 3,000 E
320 Collegewide ProQuest Syndetics Online Catalog Enrichment Service Annual 7,875 E
321 Collegewide Radiant RFID Inventory System Annual 40,000 E
322 Collegewide Republic Service Trash Pick-Up Annual 3,800 E
323 Collegewide Rev.com Video Transcription Services Annual 1,500 E
324 Collegewide RFID Inventory Tracking System Annual 42,000 E
325 Collegewide RFP New Marketing Advertising Campaign With Split Focus Annual 350,000 E
326 Collegewide RFP Cloud Based Secure File Transfer Annual 400,000 E
327 Collegewide RFP Professional Services - Police Access E911 Annual 20,000 E
328 Collegewide RFP Single Sign-On for Library Monitoring and Usage Annual 50,000 E
329 Collegewide RFP Cloud-Based Audit Automation/Riskmodel/Workpapers/Management Annual 50,000 E
330 Collegewide Salesforce Development CRM System Annual 30,000 E
331 Collegewide Salesforce for Goldman Sachs Apprenticeship Annual 50,000 E
332 Collegewide SB Growth Center - Build out Continued Expansion of SBCGL Annual 100,000 E
333 Collegewide Securetech Panic Alarm Maintenance Annual 16,225 E
334 Collegewide SecureWorks Incident Response Retainer/Services Annual 26,040 E
335 Collegewide Security Studio 3rd Party Risk Assesment Cloud Software Annual 47,000 E
336 Collegewide Sinclair Mystery Phone Shopping/Surveys Annual 5,000 E
337 Collegewide Small Business Programming Leadership, Business Plans, Growth Strategies Programs Annual 60,000 E
338 Collegewide Smith Limousine Service Ground Transportation Annual 11,500 E
339 Collegewide Softskill Assessments Assist Employers With Soft Skills Annual 100,000 E
340 Collegewide SouthWest Media Group Media Buying Services; Negotiating and Purchasing With Media Outlets Annual 170,000 E
341 Collegewide Spectrum Data Connections Annual 50,000 E
342 Collegewide Spectrum Cable/Charter Communications Monthly Cable Services Annual 6,000 E
343 Collegewide SpringShare LibGuides + LibGuides CMS Content Management Platform for Library Subject, Course, & Topic Guides & A-Z Database List Management Annual 15,500 E
344 Collegewide Strategic Development Services Consulting Annual 55,000 E
345 Collegewide Swagit Closed Caption Streaming & Transcription for Board Meetings Annual 35,500 E
346 Collegewide Symantec Security for SharePoint Realtime Security Scan for Document Upload Annual 13,000 E
347 Collegewide TASB Boardbook Premier Annual Subscription for Online Agendas Annual 1,500 E
348 Collegewide TBD Sustainability Speakers for All Locations Annual 65,000 E
349 Collegewide TBD Sustainability Summit Annual 5,000 E
350 Collegewide TBD Reframing the Curriculum Workshop for Conference Day Annual 7,500 E
351 Collegewide TBD Air Quality Monitors; Provide Opportunities for Porject-Based Leaerning as Students Use Realy World Data that is Relevant to Their School and Their Community Annual 10,000 E
352 Collegewide TBD Climate Action/Resilience Plan; Collaboration Plan Between Students, Employees, and Community Annual 75,000 E
353 Collegewide TBD Domain Registrations Annual 5,000 E
354 Collegewide TBD Research and Manage Services Initiatives Annual 30,000 E
355 Collegewide TBD Armoured Car for Daily Deposit Pickup Annual 3,145 E
356 Collegewide TBD Repair & Maintenance for Equipment Annual 15,000 E
357 Collegewide TBD Bring in Outside Speakers for Events and Programs for Small Businesses and External Stakeholders Annual 20,000 E
358 Collegewide TBD Provide Specialized Experts in Business, Technology, and Regulatory Fields to Advise, Mentor, and Support Small Businesses Annual 25,000 E
359 Collegewide TBD Collaborative Space Virtual Management Development Annual 30,000 E
360 Collegewide TBD High School Equivalency Testing Fees Annual 30,000 E
361 Collegewide TBD Check Writer System Annual 20,000 E
362 Collegewide TBD Unclaimed Property Reporting Software Annual 5,000 E
363 Collegewide TBD Lease Space for Work Ready U Annual 1,500,000 E
364 Collegewide Telicon Legislative Services Legislative Services Annual 3,000 E
365 Collegewide Texas Press Clipping Bureau Newspaper Clipping Services Annual 8,000 E
366 Collegewide Texas Regional Alliance for Campus Sustainability Conference Annual 5,000 E
367 Collegewide Texpress Courier Delivery of Interlibrary Loans Annual 5,031 E
368 Collegewide TIN Matching Services Database Services for Fraud Prevention Annual 30,000 E
369 Collegewide TouchNet Merchant Services: Credit Card Processing, Student Payments Annual 1,500,000 E
370 Collegewide TouchNet Phase 2: 1098T & Student Reimbursement Annual 100,000 E
371 Collegewide Troxell AV Equipment Maintenance Annual 10,000 E
372 Collegewide Troxell Service Updates Digital Signage Management Annual 22,000 E
373 Collegewide Vector Solutions - (TBD) Collegewide Title IX Online Training Annual 50,000 E
374 Collegewide Video Conferencing System (RFP) Video Conferencing (Year 2 of 5) Annual 170,000 E
375 Collegewide Vistacom Voice Recorder Maintenance Annual 3,000 E
376 Collegewide Windstream Circuits Annual 173,000 E
377 Collegewide Windstream VoIP SIP Migration Annual 170,688 E
378 Collegewide YBP MARC Records Online Catalog and Metadata for Library Resources Annual 18,000 E
379 Collegewide YBP Platform YBP Charges Base Fee for Access to Their Purchasing Platform Annual 1,680 E

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This section is comprised of the following:

Cooperative Purchasing Agreements

In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 791 of the Texas Government Code which is known as the Inter-Local Cooperation Contracts Act, the Board of Trustees has previously authorized the District to participate in cooperative purchasing programs with Allied States Cooperative, Texas Local Government State-wide Purchasing Cooperative (Buy Board), Choice Partners, Educational & Institutional Cooperative Services, Inc. (E & I), The Cooperative Purchasing Network (TCPN), The Texas Community College Cooperative Purchasing Network (TCCCPN), TIPS/TAPS, and The U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance (US Communities).

State Contracts

In accordance with Local Government Code Chapter 271, Subchapter D, the District has a cooperative agreement with the State of Texas which permits it to take advantage of contracts established by the State Comptroller’s Office and the Department of Informational Resources. Purchases via this cooperative agreement meet competitive bid requirements but do not preclude use of the advertised bid process when more favorable terms or pricing can be identified. District Vendor Pools and Contracted Services Established through District bid or proposal, per State law. These expenditures are included in the operating budget.

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Repetitive Purchases, Licensing and Other Agreements

Line Campus Vendor​ Category Purpose Term Amount
1 Brookhaven Dallas Morning Ne​ws Purc​hasing Agreement Advertising Annual 56,000
2 Brookhaven JourneyEd Software License Creative Suite Annual 29,106
3 Brookhaven Millipore Purchasing Agreement Maintenance on Deionized Water System 5 Years 35,078
4 El Centro Adobe CC Software License Adobe Software Annual 35,256
5 El Centro Estudias Software Software License Student Services Tracking Software Annual 28,720
6 El Centro Inspire Software License Case Management Advising Annual 80,000
7 El Centro Kognito Software License Counseling Software Annual 42,750
8 El Centro TBD Software License Virtual Desktop Licensing Annual 220,000
9 Mountain View Elsevier Purchasing Agreement Testing Package for Final Exams Annual 35,000
10 Mountain View Estudias Software Software License Student Intervention Software Annual 25,000
11 Mountain View ZogoTech Software License Student Registration and Predictive Analysis Annual 40,000
12 Nortd Lake Adobe Creative Cloud Software License Adobe Software Annual 31,876
13 Nortd Lake JourneyEd Software License Creative Suite Annual 31,876
14 Nortd Lake Zogotech Software License Advising Software Annual 27,782
15 Richland Adobe Software License Adobe Creative Cloud Annual 54,860
16 Richland ConvergeOne Software License ConvergeOne Annual 33,290
17 Richland ZogoTech Software License Estudias Annual 30,000
18 College Services Academic Video Online AVON Software License Electronic Database for Students Annual 28,000
19 College Services ADESTRA Software License Collegewide Email Messaging Platform Annual 30,000
20 College Services Adobe Enterprise Software License Adobe Licensing and Adobe Sign Transactions Annual 175,000
21 College Services ARMS Computer-Aided Dispatch Service Software License Public Safety and Law Enforcement Dispatch and Records Management Annual 11,000
22 College Services BlackBoard Purchasing Agreement Outsourced Student Help Desk Annual 375,339
23 College Services BlackBoard Software License Learning Management System (LMS) Annual 974,889
24 College Services BlackBoard Purchasing Agreement Blackboard Ally for Learn Annual 50,000
25 College Services Blackboard Ally for Web Software License Accessibility Tool for Web Annual 40,500
26 College Services Blackboard Learning Essentials SaaS Advantage Software License Blackboard Learn, Blackboard Outcomes, Blackboard Collaborate, tdP Annual 993,626
27 College Services Bloomberg Software License Financial Information Systems Annual 250,000
28 College Services ChatBot/Process Automation Software License Business Process Automation/Chatbot Service Annual 200,000
29 College Services Cisco Adaptive Security Virtual Appliance Software License VPN Annual 40,000
30 College Services Cloud Monetary Commitment Software License Cloud Provider Monetary Commitment Annual 350,000
32 College Services Dell SecureWorks Appliance Subscription Software License Logging Appliances & Firewall Management Annual 303,000
33 College Services DIGARC Software License Guided Patdways Acalog & Curriculog License Annual 146,010
34 College Services EAB Software License Student Success Collaborative, Community College Executive Forum & Prospective Student Portal Annual 647,305
35 College Services EAB Navigate Software License Student Success Management Technology Platform Annual 647,400
36 College Services Ellucian Maintenance Software License Colleague ERP Annual 1,048,900
37 College Services EMSI Software License Analyst Subscription Agreement Annual 25,000
38 College Services End of Course Survey Software Software License Student Feedback Survey Annual 140,000
39 College Services Energy Manager Software Software License Energy Management Software Annual 65,000
40 College Services Examsoft Software License Allied Healtd Proctoring Tool Annual 55,125
41 College Services Faculty Subject Matter Specialists Software License Support Development of Instructional Content Annual 44,500
42 College Services Fanuc Software Software License Software for Fanuc Robots Annual 30,000
43 College Services Fax Cloud Service Software License Faxing Service Annual 40,000
44 College Services Innotas (Planview) Software License Project Management Portfolio Service Annual 48,000
45 College Services Kanopy Software License Streaming Video Platform for Films & Documentaries Annual 85,837
46 College Services MalwareBytes Software License AntiVirus Annual 150,000
47 College Services Market Analysis Software for Small Businesses Software License Market Anaylsis Software Annual 25,000
48 College Services Maxient Software License Student Behavioral Records Tracking (Year 1 of 5) Annual 40,000
49 College Services Microsoft EES Software License Microsoft Licensing for O365, Server Licensing, Phish Hunter and Otder Microsoft Products Annual 850,000
50 College Services Microsoft Premier Support Software License Microsoft Premier Support Annual 117,000
51 College Services Microsoft SQL Licenses Software License Databae Engine Licenses Annual 40,000
52 College Services MSDN Software License Software Development and Testing Annual 40,000
53 College Services NetWrix Support Renewal Software License Active Directory Monitoring Tool Annual 57,000
54 College Services Nuix eDiscovery Workstation Software License Forensics Annual 189,000
55 College Services OmniFile Mega Full Text Software License Database of Multi-Disciplinary Publications Annual 26,250
56 College Services Oracle (RNT) Service Software License Cloud Customer Relations Management Annual 50,000
57 College Services Palo Alto Software License Softre (Year 2 of 3) Annual 486,209
58 College Services Paperwise Support Renewal Software License Electronic District Document Repository Annual 96,000
59 College Services PowerBI Software License Data Analytics Premium License Annual 54,000
60 College Services Quality Matters Subscriptions Software License 17-Courses Annual 25,000
61 College Services Qualtrics Software License Marketing Annual 25,200
62 College Services R25 (25Live) Room Scheduling Service Software License Collegewide Room Scheduling Solution Annual 109,500
63 College Services RAVE Wireless Inc. Software License Mass Notification Annual License (Year 2 of 2) Annual 57,745
64 College Services Respondus Software License Proctoring Tool: ALEKS Annual 49,350
65 College Services RFP Software License Design Template System Annual 70,000
66 College Services RFP Software License Collegewide Managing Social Media Outlets Annual 55,000
67 College Services RFP Software License Collegewide Project Management Ticketing Annual 72,000
68 College Services RFP Software License Collegewide Proctoring & Assessment Tools Annual 75,000
69 College Services RFP Software License Medical Records System; Suicide Prevention Training Annual 150,000
70 College Services RFP Software License eStudias/Student Tracking System Annual 200,000
71 College Services RFP Software License Collegewide Proctoring & Assessments Tool Annual 75,000
72 College Services Rise Vision Software License LED Ticker and LED Screen Display (Bloomberg) Annual 75,813
73 College Services Salesforce Software License Software Support of Dallas County Promise Annual 104,100
74 College Services ServiceNow Software License IT Ticketing System Annual 522,140
75 College Services SiteImprove Software License Collegewide Web Analytics, Quality Assurance & Accessibility Services (Year 2 of 3) Annual 60,000
76 College Services SolidWorks Software License Educational CAD Software Annual 35,000
77 College Services Splunk Software License Log Analysis and Storage Annual 55,000
78 College Services Starfish Software License Student Retention Software Annual 80,000
79 College Services Stratusphere Support Renewals Software License VDI Monitoring System Support Renewal Annual 25,000
80 College Services TBD Software License Broadcast Engineer Services and Other Miscellaneous Services Annual 35,000
81 College Services TBD Purchasing Agreement Collegewide Advisors and Career Services Training - Coaching Services Annual 51,000
82 College Services TBD Software License Chancellor Special Initiatives Annual 200,000
83 College Services TexShare Participation Fee Software License Membership in TexShare Consortium, Database Access and Reciprocal Borrowing Privileges Annual 28,233
84 College Services Turnitin Software License Plagiarism Tool Annual 144,000
85 College Services Veeam Software License Veeam Backup Software Support Annual 100,000
86 College Services VMWare Support Renewals Software License Annual VMWare Support Renewal Annual 230,000
87 College Services X25 Data Warehousing, Graphical Analytics and Reporting Software License 25Live Space Utilization Reporting Annual 49,105
88 College Services Yuja Streaming Service Video Streaming Server (Year 3 of 5) Annual 98,000
89 College Services Zendesk Software License Ticketing System Annual 50,000

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Line Name of Organizati​on Purpose Term Amount
1 Achieving the Dream Improve College Benchmarking and Performance on Institutional KPIs Annual 38,000
2 Advanced Robotics in Manufacturing Ins​titute Nation'​​s Leading Collaborative in Robotics and Workforce Innovation Annual 5,000
3 American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers Admissions, Enrollment Management, and Student Services Annual 1,280
4 American Association of Community College Trustees Board Governance & Board Professional Conferences, Publications & Webinars Annual 10,000
5 American Association of Community Colleges Collegewide Membership Annual 98,000
6 American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) Information and Professional Development Annual 1,500
7 American Council on Education Educate and Engage the Local Community in National Affairs Annual 3,424
8 American Library Association Institutional Membership Promotes Libraries and Library Education Annual 2,000
9 American Veterinary Medical Association Vet Tech Accreditation Annual 1,530
10 Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Community of Higher Education Sustainability Professionals Annual 3,320
11 Association of Governing Boards Trustee and Board Professional Conferences, Publications & Webinars Annual 3,500
12 Association of Physical Plant Administrators (APPA/CAPPA) Facilities Management in Educational Institutions Annual 1,400
13 Association of Title IX Administrators Title IX Resources Annual 24,998
14 Best Southwest Partnership 12 Southwest Cities Collaboration Annual 6,000
15 Canada-Texas Chamber of Commerce Dallas Network and Connect with the Region's Business Community Annual 1,500
16 Chair Academy Design and Promote Training Programs and Services to Advance Academic and Administrative Leadership Annual 3,500
17 Coalition of Urban & Metropolitan University Connecting the World's Urban and Metropolitan Universities Annual 1,450
18 College Survey of Student Engagement/Survey of Entering Student Engagement To Better Understand Students' Perception of the College Every Third Year 35,675
19 Community College Association of Texas Trustees Trustee and Board Professional Development Annual 10,000
20 Consortium for North American Higher Education Network of Higher Education in Canada, the United States and Mexico Annual 1,800
21 Council for Adult & Experiential Learning Integrate Learning and Support of Adult Education Annual 4,985
22 Council for Advancement & Support of Education (CASE) Network of Higher Edcation Professionals Annual 6,000
23 Council for Advancement & Support of Education (CASE) Information and Professional Development Annual 1,190
24 Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals Connecting, Educating and Developing the World’s Supply Chain Annual 2,750
25 Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce Community Outreach Annual 2,500
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Dallas CBD Enterprises, Inc. (Downtown Dallas, Inc.) Increases Partnerships with the Downtown Dallas Business and Industry Annual 125,000
27 Dallas Committee in Foreign Relations Focused on Exploring Leading-edge Developments in Global Affairs Annual 1,800
28 Dallas Innovates Innovates with a Mix of News, Business Intelligence, Data and Thought-Leading Commentary in Digital Annual 15,000
29 DFW Minority Supplier Development Council MBE Certified Suppliers Annual 2,500
30 DIGARC Peer-To-Peer Sharing and Networking to Increase Institutional Efficiency and Student Success Annual 1,600
31 Digital Analytics Association Understand and Improve the Digital World Through Professional Development and Community Annual 1,000
32 Educause Helps Elevate the Impact of IT Annual 1,700
33 Fashion Group Professional Organization in the Fashion Industry Annual 5,000
34 GLBT National Council Dedicated to Expanding Economic Opportunities and Advancements for GLBT People Annual 1,500
35 Global Chamber Dallas Network and Connect with the Region's Business Community Annual 1,250
36 Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce Community Outreach Annual 2,000
37 Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Network and Connect with the Region's Business Community Annual 3,750
38 Greater Dallas Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce Network and Connect with the Region's Business Community Annual 1,000
39 Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce Network and Connect with the Region's Business Community Annual 3,050
40 Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities National and International Collaboration That Promotes Both Our Hispanic Students and Hispanic Employees Annual 10,000
41 Institute of Internal Auditors Leadership for the Global Profession of Internal Auditing Annual 2,000
42 International Economic Development Council Organization Serving Economic Developers Annual 1,575
43 International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Professionals in the Field of Business Communication, Bringing Together the Profession’s Collective Disciplines Annual 1,500
44 International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators Campus Law Enforcement Professional Affiliation Annual 1,100
45 International CIO Leadership Association Network for CIO Leadership Effectiveness Annual 4,000
46 International Interior Design Association Network for Commercial Interior Design Professionals Annual 1,100
47 International Risk Management and Insurance Subscription Service for Risk Management and Insurance Topics Annual 1,850
48 Lone Star College System(TX Completes) Cadre Brings Together Eight College Systems that Share a Common Vision for Transformative Student Success Reform Annual 49,999
49 National Association of College Auxiliary Services Leading Organization Supporting All Campus Auxiliary Services Annual 1,250
50 National Association of Colleges and Employers Professional Association for College Career Services Professionals Annual 2,765
51 National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators Professional Development for Financial Aid Administrators Annual 7,000
52 National Behavioral Intervention Team Association (NaBITA) Information and Professional Development Annual 1,199
53 National Center for Science Education Coordinating Center for Local Grassroots Pro-Science Organizations Annual 5,250
54 National Coalition of Advanced Technology Centers Network that Advocates, Advises and Promotes the Use of Advanced Technology Applications Annual 3,780
55 National Coalition of Certification Centers Established to Address the Need for Strong Industry Partnerships with Educational Institutions Annual 5,000
56 National Community College Benchmarking Project Benchmarking for Board Reporting and Other Benchmark Analysis Annual 8,000
57 National Council for Marketing & Public Relations (NCMPR) Community College Marketing Professionals Annual 7,000
58 National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements National Standards for Interstate Offering of Postsecondary Distance Education Annual 8,000
59 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Professional Development Annual 1,095
60 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Information and Professional Development Annual 1,125
61 North American Strategy for Competitiveness Organization Focused on Supply Chain and Closing the Skilled Workforce Gap Annual 2,500
62 North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency Certified MWBE Suppliers Annual 39,888
63 North Texas Community College Consortium Community College Leadership Skills and Professional Development Annual 60,295
64 Online Learning Consortium Advancing Quality Online Learning by Providing Professional Development Annual 10,650
65 Open Education Consortium Network of Open Education Institutions and Organizations Annual 1,425
66 PMP Exam and Credit Certificates Fees Professional Development Annual 1,000
67 Presidents Climate Commitment Higher Education’s Key Role in Shaping a Sustainable Society Annual 10,000
68 Regional Hispanic Contractors Association Community Outreach Annual 1,000
69 Research and Education Networking Information Sharing and Analysis Center Cyber Security Incidents & Services Annual 1,250
70 School of Motion: Advanced Motion Methods Learn How to Structure Animations According to Geometric Proportions Annual 1,000
71 School of Motion: Animation Bootcamp Teaches the Art of Beautiful Movement Annual 1,000
72 Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization (SEMPO, Inc.) Working Worldwide to Increase Awareness and Promote the Value of Search Engine Marketing Annual 1,000
73 Second Nature INC Sustainability Annual 1,380
74 Southern Association of Colleges and Schools College Accreditation Annual 28,557
75 Southern Poverty Law Center Seeking Justice for the Most Vulnerable Members of Our Society Annual 2,150
76 Student African American Brotherhood (SAAB) Increasing the Number of African American and Latino Men that Graduate from College Annual 3,500
77 Texas Administrators of Continuing Education Best Practices for Continuing Education and Workforce Development Annual 1,720
78 Texas Association of Community College Marketers Statewide Consortium of Community College Marketers Annual 2,150
79 Texas Police Chiefs Association Professional Development of Police Chiefs and Personnel Annual 1,350
80 Texas-Israel Chamber of Commerce Network and Connect with the Region's Business Community Annual 2,795
81 Title IX Certification Certification of Title IX Investigators and Coordinators Annual 100,000
82 Tower Center Bridging the Gap Between the World of Ideas, Scholarship and Teaching Annual 1,000
83 Trans-Atlantic Technology and Training Alliance Promotes Learning and Innovation Across Borders Annual 1,800
84 Transportation EXcellence for the 21st Century Grassroots Effort to Improve the Multi-Modal Transportation Systems Annual 25,000
85 U.S. Green Building Council Leading Program for Green Buildings and Communities Worldwide Annual 1,500
86 University & College Designers Association (UCDA) Professionals in Visual Communications for Educational Instiutions Annual 3,500
87 US-India Chamber of Commerce DFW Network and Connect with the Region's Business Community Annual 1,500
88 WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies Advancement of Higher Education Annual 3,300
89 Wings Technologies Offerings in Website Design & D​evelopment, Search Engine Optimization Annual 6,208
90 Women's Business Council-Southwest Certified MWBE Suppliers Annual 1,000
91 Woodall Rogers Park Foundation (Klyde Warren Park) Community Outreach Annual 2,500
92 World Affairs Council Educate and Engage the Local Community in National and International Affairs Annual 5,000
93 World Federation of Colleges and Polytechnics Leadership in Developing Workforce Education Annual 3,000

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Pricing Agreements: Access to pricing agreements occurs through the following pathways: (1) cooperative agreements, (2) state contracts, or (3) district vendor pools and contracts services. These items are included in the operating budget.

Line Category Description Est. Amount Expenditure
1 Facilities ASBESTOS ABATEMENT SERVICE​
$328,000
2 Facilities
AUTOMATIC DOOR REPAIR SERVICE 61,000
3 Facilities AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE & REPAIR SERVICE 75,000
4 Facilities AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR PARTS 120,000
5 Facilities BOILER REPAIR SERVICE 45,000
6 Facilities BOOM TRUCK SERVICES 10,000
7 Facilities BUILDING MATERIALS 180,000
8 Facilities CHILLER ANNUAL STOP INSPECTIONS 39,000
9 Facilities CHILLER MAINTENANCE 61,000
10 Facilities CLEANING SERVICE, DISTRICT-OWNED LINENS - ECC 3,550
11 Facilities CONSTRUCTION-RELATED TRADES 1,800,000
12 Facilities CUSTODIAL SERVICE 6,822,000
13 Facilities ELECTRICAL PARTS & LAMPS 278,000
14 Facilities ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE 350,000
15 Facilities EMS MAINTENANCE, SCHNEIDER 90,000
16 Facilities EMS MAINTENANCE, SCHNEIDER VISTA 47,000
17 Facilities EMS MAINTENANCE, SIEMENS 27,000
18 Facilities EMS MAINTENANCE, TRANE 37,000
19 Facilities EVENT RENTAL SERVICES 7,500
20 Facilities FIRE SYSTEMS INSPECTION/REPAIR 168,000
21 Facilities FIRST AID & SAFETY KIT ITEMS 12,000
22 Facilities FITNESS EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 17,000
23 Facilities FLAGS 12,000
24 Facilities FUEL PRODUCTS 110,000
25 Facilities FLEET MANAGEMENT 500,000
26 Facilities FURNITURE 2,800,000
27 Facilities GENERATOR MAINTENANCE 25,000
28 Facilities GLASS REPLACEMENT SERVICE 38,000
29 Facilities GREASE TRAP SERVICE 32,000
30 Facilities GROUNDS EQUIPMENT REPAIR SERVICE/PARTS 100,000
31 Facilities HAND SANITIZER & DISPENSERS 6,500
32 Facilities HAZARDOUS WASTE/LAMPS RECYCLING 54,000
33 Facilities HORTICULTURE & LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES 150,000
34 Facilities HVAC AIR FILTERS 36,000
35 Facilities HVAC REPAIR PARTS & SUPPLIES 275,000
36 Facilities I.D. CAMERA SUPPLIES 97,000
37 Facilities INTERIOR PLANT MAINTENANCE 51,000
38 Facilities IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES/REPAIR 55,000 ​
39 Facilities KITCHEN EQUIPMENT REPAIR SERVICE 96,000
40 Facilities LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE SERVICE 100,000
41 Facilities LOCKS & LOCKSMITH SERVICES 168,000
42 Facilities MARQUEE MAINTENANCE 21,000
43 Facilities MOVING SERVICES 38,000
44 Facilities PAINT & PAINTING SUPPLIES 33,000
45 Facilities PAPER, SANITARY PRODUCTS 201,000
46 Facilities PEST CONTROL SERVICE 54,000
47 Facilities PLUMBING REPAIR PARTS & SUPPLIES 96,000
48 Facilities PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATION SYSTEM MAINTENANCE 2,500
49 Facilities SECURITY GUARD SERVICES 801,000
50 Facilities SECURITY SYSTEM MAINTENANCE, BHC 36,000
51 Facilities STORAGE CONTAINER RENTAL 23,000
52 Facilities SURPLUS DISPOSAL 10,000
53 Facilities SWEEPING OF PARKING LOTS 25,000
54 Facilities SWIMMING POOL CHEMICALS 37,000
55 Facilities TRASH CAN LINERS 81,000
56 Facilities TRASH DISPOSAL & RECYCLING SERVICES 200,000
57 Facilities UNIFORMS, INDUSTRIAL, PURCHASE 25,000
58 Facilities UNIFORMS, INDUSTRIAL/MAT, RENTAL 44,000
59 Facilities UNIFORMS, POLICE 200,000
60 Facilities WATER TREATMENT SERVICE 50,000
61 Facilities WELDING EQUIPMENT PARTS/SUPPLIES/GASES 120,000
62 Facilities WINDOW BLINDS & SHADES 20,000
63 Facilities WINDOW CLEANING 90,000
64 Institutional Support ADVERTISING - TV/RADIO/INTERNET 5,000,000
65 Institutional Support ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES AND AWARDS 1,200,000
66 Institutional Support ADOBE CLOUD SOFTWARE LICENSE 395,000
67 Institutional Support AMMUNITION 50,000
68 Institutional Support ARMORED CAR SERVICE 135,000
69 Institutional Support CUSTOMER RESPONSE SERVICE 50,000
70 Institutional Support DISABILITY SERVICES MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 30,000
71 Institutional Support DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS 3,000,000
72 Institutional Support EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 100,000
73 Institutional Support EXECUTIVE SEARCH SERVICES 500,000
74 Institutional Support FORMS MANAGEMENT 75,000
75 Institutional Support HEADSETS/EQUIPMENT FOR CISCO PHONES 13,000
76 Institutional Support INSTITUTIONAL EQUITY AND COMPLIANCE TRAINING SYSTEM SERVICES 75,000
79 Institutional Support INSURANCE 2,700,000
77 Institutional Support LIMITED BACKGROUND CHECKING 150,000
78 Institutional Support LONG DISTANCE PHONE SERVICE 169,000
79 Institutional Support MEDIA BUYING 500,000
80 Institutional Support NAME BADGES 82,000
82 Institutional Support PAPER, CUT/FINE 54,000
83 Institutional Support PAYSCALE 110,000
84 Institutional Support RECORDS STORAGE, OFF SITE 30,000
85 Institutional Support SHREDDING SERVICE 50,000
86 Institutional Support SOFTWARE RENEWALS 95,000
87 Institutional Support STUDENT LOAN DEFAULT AVERSION (D.O. ONLY) 200,000
88 Institutional Support TASERS & SUPPLIES 22,000
89 Institutional Support TEMPORARY LABOR & PAYROLL 200,000
90 Institutional Support THIRD PARTY VERIFICATION SERVICES 300,000
91 Institutional Support TONER & INK CARTRIDGES 131,000
92 Institutional Support TRAVEL, BUSINESS EXPENSE MANAGEMENT SERVICES 3,500,000
93 Institutional Support UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS MANAGEMENT SERVICES 35,000
94 Institutional Support WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT 3,500,000
95 Institutional Support VENDING, BEVERAGES, SNACKS 50,000
96 Student Services ACCUPLACER ASSESSMENT TESTS 282,000
97 Student Services ARTS, CRAFTS & DRAFTING SUPPLIES 30,000
98 Student Services ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES/UNIFORMS 300,000
99 Student Services ATHLETIC TRAINER SERVICES, ON SITE 100,000
100 Student Services AUDIO/VIDEO/PROJECTION EQUIPMENT 972,000
101 Student Services AUTOCLAVE & STERILIZER MAINTENANCE 8,000
102 Student Services AUTOMOTIVE PAINT & SUPPLIES 28,000
103 Student Services BOOKSTORE SERVICES 3,000,000
104 Student Services CATERING - CAMPUS SUBWAY ONLY 100,000
105 Student Services CATERING/FOOD SERVICE 1,000,000
106 Student Services CULINARY ARTS FOOD SUPPLIES 200,000
107 Student Services CUT STEEL 107,000
108 Student Services EMS DIRECTOR CONSULTING SERVICES 50,000
109 Student Services FOOD & SUNDRIES, CHILD CARE 50,000
110 Student Services FOOD SERVICES – ECC 50,000
111 Student Services GRAPHING CALCULATORS 5,000
112 Student Services HEALTH CARE BED MAINTENANCE 3,000
113 Student Services LAB EQUIPMENT & ACCESSORIES 705,000
114 Student Services LIBRARY ONLINE DATABASES 250,000
115 Student Services LIBRARY PRINT/NON-PRINT MATERIALS 35,600
116 Student Services MEDICAL SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT, GASES 68,000
117 Student Services MICROSCOPE REPAIR SERVICE 8,000
118 Student Services NURSING INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 85,000
119 Student Services PERIODICAL SUBSCRIPTIONS 150,000
120 Student Services PIANO TUNING & REPAIR SERVICE 11,000
121 Student Services POTTERY & CERAMIC SUPPLIES 41,000
122 Student Services PRINTING SERVICES 500,000
123 Student Services PRODUCTION SERVICES 120,000
124 Student Services PROPRIETARY TESTING MATERIALS 8,000
125 Student Services PAYMENT INTAKE SERVICE – TOUCHNET 1,500,000
126 Student Services SCANTRON HARDWARE SYSTEM MAINTENANCE 5,000
127 Student Services SHEET MUSIC 20,000
128 Student Services SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETING SERVICES 800,000
129 Student Services TRAVEL, CHARTER BUSES 103,000
130 Student Services TRAVEL, STUDENT PARTICIPANT MANAGEMENT SERVICES 600,000
131 Technology COMPUTER-RELATED, APPLE 300,000
132 Technology COMPUTER-RELATED, DELL 284,000
133 Technology COMPUTER-RELATED, HP PRINTERS 120,000
134 Technology FUJITSU SCANNER EQUIPMENT 48,000
135 Technology INTERNET SERVICE 600,000
136 Technology MICROSOFT SOFTWARE 1,200
137 Technology PBX SYSTEM MAINTENANCE 89,000
138 Technology SOFTWARE ACQUISITION & LICENSES 3,200,000
139 Technology TELECOMMUNICATION SUPPLIES/MATERIALS 126,000
140 Technology VOICE/DATA CABLING SERVICE 220,000
141 Miscellaneous CO-OP PURCHASE VIA ASC NOT ON CPI 245,000
142 Miscellaneous CO-OP PURCHASE VIA BUYBOARD NOT ON CPI 4,300,000
143 Miscellaneous CO-OP PURCHASE VIA CHOICE PARTNERS NOT ON CPI 290,000
144 Miscellaneous CO-OP PURCHASE VIA DIR NOT ON CPI 5,250,000
145 Miscellaneous CO-OP PURCHASE VIA E&I NOT ON CPI 325,000
146 Miscellaneous CO-OP PURCHASE VIA HGAC NOT ON CPI 110,000
147 Miscellaneous CO-OP PURCHASE VIA NCPA NOT ON CPI 250,000
148 Miscellaneous CO-OP PURCHASE VIA SETX NOT ON CPI 285,000
149 Miscellaneous CO-OP PURCHASE VIA SOURCEWELL 35,000
150 Miscellaneous CO-OP PURCHASE VIA TIPS/TAPS NOT ON CPI 2,650,000
151 Miscellaneous CO-OP PURCHASE VIA TCCCPN NOT CPI 15,000
152 Miscellaneous CO-OP PURCHASE VIA TCPN NOT ON CPI 1,250,000
153 Miscellaneous CO-OP PURCHASE VIA TXMAS NOT ON CPI 685,000
154 Miscellaneous CO-OP U.S. COMMUNITIES NOT ON CPI 1,250,000

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Expenses by Functional Classification

For external reporting purposes, public colleges and universities may report expenses by function or by natural classification. The functional classifications listed below have been brought forward from the previous editions of the Financial Accounting and Reporting Manual (FARM) and (originally) from the old College and University Business Administration, and have been updated by the NACUBO Accounting Principles Council.

Public institutions should report all tuition and fee revenue net of scholarship discounts and allowances, and amounts provided to students as financial aid should be recorded as scholarship allowances (netted against revenues) in amounts up to those owed by the students. Amounts paid to the students in excess of amounts owed (e.g., for living expenses) should be recorded as student financial aid expense. Tuition remission benefits for employees and their dependents should be accounted for as compensation expense since the tuition remission benefit was given in exchange for services rendered by the employee.

Classification of Expenses

When presenting expenses by functional expense categories in their general purpose financial statements, public institutions should use the following functional expense classifications:

  • Instruction
  • Research
  • Public service
  • Academic support
  • Student services
  • Institutional support
  • Operation and maintenance of plant

Instruction

The instruction category includes expenses for all activities that are part of an institution's instruction program. Expenses for credit and noncredit courses; academic, vocational, and technical instruction; remedial and tutorial instruction; and regular, special, and extension sessions should be included.

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Expenses for departmental research and public service that are not separately budgeted should be included in this classification. This category excludes expenses for those academic personnel whose primary activity is administration-for example, academic deans.

Public Service

The public service category includes expenses for activities established primarily to provide non-instructional services beneficial to individuals and groups external to the institution. Such activities include community service programs (excluding instructional activities) and cooperative extension services. Included in this category are conferences, institutes, general advisory services, reference bureaus, radio and television, consulting, and similar non-instructional services to particular sectors of the community.

Academic Support

The academic support category includes expenses incurred to provide support services for the institution's primary missions: instruction, research, and public service. It includes the following activities:

  • The retention, preservation, and display of educational materials, such as libraries, museums, and galleries
  • The provision of services that directly assist the academic functions of the institution, such as demonstration schools associated with a department, school, or college of education
  • Media such as audiovisual services and information technology
  • Academic administration (including academic deans but not department chairpersons) and personnel providing administrative support and management direction to the primary missions
  • Separately budgeted support for course and curriculum development

Student Services

The student services category includes expenses incurred for offices of admissions and the registrar and activities with the primary purpose of contributing to students' emotional and physical well-being and intellectual, cultural, and social development outside the context of the formal instruction program. It includes expenses for student activities, cultural events, student newspapers, intramural athletics, student organizations, intercollegiate athletics (if the program is not operated as an auxiliary enterprise), counseling and career guidance (excluding informal academic counseling by the faculty), student aid administration, and student health service (if not operated as an auxiliary enterprise).

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Institutional Support

The institutional support category includes expenses for central, executive-level activities concerned with management and long-range planning for the entire institution, such as the governing board, planning and programming operations, and legal services; fiscal operations, including the investment office; administrative information technology (when not accounted for in other categories); space management; employee personnel and records; logistical activities that provide procurement, storerooms, and printing; transportation services to the institution; support services to faculty and staff that are not operated as auxiliary enterprises; and activities concerned with community and alumni relations, including development and fund raising.

Operations and Maintenance of Plant

The operation and maintenance of plant category includes all expenses for the administration, supervision, operation, maintenance, preservation, and protection of the institution's physical plant. They include expenses normally incurred for such items as janitorial and utility services; repairs and ordinary or normal alterations of buildings, furniture, and equipment; care of grounds; maintenance and operation of buildings and other plant facilities; security; earthquake and disaster preparedness; safety; hazardous waste disposal; property, liability, and all other insurance relating to property; space and capital leasing; facility planning and management; and central receiving. This category does not include interest expense on capital-related debt.

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Fund Groups

Unrestricted current funds: Funds that have no limitation or stipulations placed on them by external agencies or donors. The funds are used for carrying out the primary purpose of the District – educational, student services, extension, administration and maintenance of facilities.

Auxiliary enterprises: Funds for activities that serve students, faculty, or staff for charges that are directly related to, although not necessarily equal to, the cost of service.

Examples are food services and bookstores. The state of Texas expects auxiliary enterprises to be self-supporting on a perpetual basis. Fund 12 is the auxiliary enterprises fund for the District.

Restricted current funds: Funds available for current purposes but with restrictions from outside agencies or persons. Revenues are reported only to the extent of expenditures for the current year. The District uses multiple fund numbers for restricted funds.

Unexpended plant funds: Funds for the construction, rehabilitation, and acquisition of physical properties for institutional purposes. The District uses multiple fund numbers for plant funds.

Retirement of indebtedness: Funds accumulated to meet debt service charges and the retirement of indebtedness.

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Dallas College Capital Budget Phase 1 Go Bond Projects - Appendix

Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Student Needs

Line Location Project Description Estimated Construction Estimated Architect/ Engineer Estimated Project Manager Total Estimated Cost
1 Brookhaven CHS & ECE Swanson $27,700,000 $2,096,910 $1,303,090 $31,100,000
2 El Centro West ECHS Student Space​​
$3,550,000 $282,400 $167,600 $4,000,000
3 Cedar Valley ECHS Buidling E Renovation $23,200,000 $1,423,170 $1,076,830 $25,700,000
4 Cedar Valley One Stop Shop Renovation (Prototype) $5,380,000 $368,600 $251,400 $6,000,000
5 Eastfield New Inter-Disciplinary Building $22,600,000 $1,639,930 $1,060,070 $25,300,000
6 Eastfield New Student Success Building $33,170,000 $2,375,510 $1,554,490 $37​,100,000
7 Mountain View New ECHS Building $21,750,000 $1,531,830 $1,018,170 $24,300,000
8 Mountain View Welcome Center (Prototype) $5,380,000 $368,600 $251,400 $6,000,000
9 Richland New ECHS / Workforce Building $47,280,000 $3,403,490 $2,216,510 $52,900,000
Total $212,400,000

Industry Aligned Workforce

Line Location Project Description Estimated Construction Estimated Architect/ Engineer Estimated Project Manager Total Estimated Cost
10 North Lake Construction Science Building $44,900,000 $3,910,000 $1,190,000 $50,000,000
11 Cedar Valley Commercial HVAC Renovation
$3,765,000 $259,020 $175,980 $4,200,000
12 Mountain View New Nursing & Allied Health Building $18,300,000
$1,436,860 $863,140 $20,600,000
13 District Contingency       $10,000,000
    Total $84,800,000 ​
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Total Phase 1 Go Bond Projects: $297,200,000

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Dallas College Capital Budget - IT, Public Safety Security, And Other - Appendix

Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Location Project Description Estimated Construction Estimated Architect/ Engineer Estimated Construction Mgmt Total Estimated Cost​
Brookhaven IT Inf​rastucture Enhancements $3,018,040
- - $3,018,040
Cedar Valley IT Infrastucture Enhancements $2,248,362 - - $2,248,362
Eastfield IT Infrastucture Enhancements $3,416,162 -
- $3,416,162
Mountain View IT Infrastucture Enhancements $2,427,006 - - $2,427,006
North Lake IT Infrastucture Enhancements $2,802,964 - - $2,802,964
Richland IT Infrastucture Enhancements $4,468,825 - - $4,468,825
District Service Center  IT Infrastucture Enhancements $600,000 - - $600,000
District Office IT Infrastucture Enhancements $784,000 - - $784,000
District Contingency $2,891,501 - - $2,891,501
Brookhaven IT Equiprnent Rooms Remodel $6,146,258 $1,020,078 $201,877 $7,368,213
Cedar Valley IT Equiprnent Rooms Remodel $3,503,589 $756,164 $161,570 $4,421,323
Eastfield IT Equiprnent Rooms Remodel $5,858,055 $885,233 $201,877 $6,945,165
Mountain View IT Equiprnent Rooms Remodel $4,834,820 $867,754 $156,834 $5,859,408
North Lake IT Equiprnent Rooms Remodel $5,879,481 $857,530 $196,043 $6,933,054
Richland IT Equiprnent Rooms Remodel $7,177,832 $1,183,909 $194,876 $8,556,617
District Service Center IT Equiprnent Rooms Remodel $966,442 $247,746 $312,557 $1,526,745
District Contingency $16,732,615     $16,732,615
District Public Safety & Security $32,435,900     $32,435,900
District Urban Planning   $150,000   $150,000
Total IT, Public Safety & Security, Other
$113,585,900​

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Dallas College Capital Budget - Facilities Improvement Plan - Appendix

Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Location Project Description Estimated Construction Estimated Architect/Engineer Estimated Construction Mgmt Total Estimated Cost
Brookhaven Replace Roof, Building F $364,550 - $15,450 $380,000
Brookhaven Replace Roof, Building H ​$363,005 - $16,995 $380,000
Brookhaven​
Replace Roof, Building J $328,005 - $16,995 $345,000
Brookhaven Replace Remainder of Roof, Building M $190,000 -
  $190,000
Brookhaven Replace Remainder of Roof, Building Q $530,000 -   $530,000
Brookhaven Replace FRE Panel and Switchgear, Building K $266,050 $16,555 $17,395 $300,000
Brookhaven Replace FRE Switchgear, Building Q $310,525 $19,250 $20,225 $350,000
Brookhaven Replace FRE Switchgear, Building M $155,260 $9,625 $10,115 $175,000
Brookhaven Replace FRE Switchgear, Building R $124,210 $7,700 $8,090 $140,000
Brookhaven Replace FPE Switchgeor, Building C $124,210 $7,700 $8,090 $140,000
Brookhaven Replace FRE Switchgear, Building A $21,840 $1,540 $1,620 $25,000
Brookhaven BHC - Total $2,955,000
Cedar Valley Fire Sprinklers, Buildings C and D $3,105,250 $19,500 $202,250 $3,500
Cedar Valley CVC - Total $3,500,000
Eastfield Replace Fire Alarm, Panels, Devices and Wiring, Campus-Wide $248,420 $15,400 $16,180 $280,000
Eastfield Replace Steam Boiler with HW, Pump(s), Piping $2,034,690 $129,360 $135,950 $2,300,000
Eastfield EFC - Total $2,580,000
El Centro Replace FRE Panels, Building B and C $31,050 $1,925 $2,025 $35,000
El Centro ECC - Total $35,000
Mountain View Replace Remaining Pnuematic VAV Boxes $176,315 $11,550 $12,135 $200,000
Mountain View Replace CHW/HHW Pumps $2,484,201 $15,400 $16,180 $280,000
Mountain View Replace CeiIing/Light, Hallways, Classrooms  $176,315 $11,550 $12,135 $200,000
Mountain View Replace/Upgrade Controls Phase 3, Buildings B , H & S $257,615 $15,785 $16,600 $290,000
Mountain View Repiace 750 Ton Chiller with 1000 Ton $1,326,310 $84,700 $88,990 $1,500,000
Mountain View Replace Roof Building S $645,900 - $19,100 $665,000
Mountain View Replace Roof Building B $563,400 - $16,600 $580,000
Mountain View Replace Roof South W $1,456,700 - $43,300 $1,500,000
Mountain View Replace Roof - North Side of East Building $679,500 - $20,500 $700,000
Mountain View Coffee Shop $104,210 $7,700 $8,090 $120,000
Mountain View Upgrade Sound Systems in Gym, Cafeteria, East Foyer $156,315 $11,500 $12,135 $180,000
Mountain View MVC - Total $6,215,009
North Lake Tridium Software Installation at Central Campus $248,420 $15,400 $16,180 $280,000
North Lake Replace F Elevator Hydraulic Pumps $26,525 $1,695 $1,780 $30,000
North Lake A/E Fees for Put Back of West Campus Leased Building $310,525 $19,250 $20,225 $350,000
North Lake R Building Switchgear Replacement  $53,620 $3,089 $3,300 $60,000
North Lake A-200 Waterproofing - Phase 1 Engineering $124,210 $7,700 $8,090 $140,000
North Lake Install Central Plant Switchgear and Replace Feeders $124,210 $7,700 $8,090 $140,000
North Lake Reseol Expansion Joints, Roadways, Sidewalks $17,300 - $7,700 $125,000
North Lake Replace N.Loop Road-Library to DART Station $310,525 $19,250 $20,225 $350,000
North Lake Central Platnt Incoming Water Manifold Replacement $57,580 $3,620 $3,800 $65,000
North Lake Athletics Repairs & Improvements $594,925 $36,575 $38,500 $670,000
North Lake Upgrade HHW Piping Insulation $70,300 - $4,700 $75,000
North Lake Replace DX Units - Workforce and Cafeteria $62,955 - $4,045 $67,000
North Lake NLC - Total $2,352,000
Richland Replacement of (5) Fume Hoods in Sabine Hall $188,315 $11,550 $12,135 21 2,000
Richland Engineerimg Technology/Manufacturing Lab Renovatiors $99,340 $6,160 $6,500 1 2,000
Richland Roof Replacement Fanin, Fannin Br​eezeway $556,095 - $13,905 $570,000
Richland Roof Replacement Aamito $556,095 - $13,905 $570,000
Richland Modular Building Phase 2 $926,900 - $23,100 $950,000
Richland RLC - Total $2,414,000
District DO - 2nd Floor — Additional Workspace $55,800 $3,500 $3,700 $63,000
District DO - 3rd Floor — Additional Workspace $49,670 $3,000 $3,250 $56,000
District BJP - Replace FACP and All Devices in the Building $248,420 $15,400 $16,180 $280,000
District BJP - Upgrade/RepIace Exterior Lighting ​$62,105 $3,850 $4,045 $70,000
District BJP- SBCG Lab (Renovote Library on 2nd Floor) $621,050 $38,500 $40,450 $700
District LeCroy - Reploce R-22 Chiler #2, 185 Ton $248,420 $15,400 $16,180 $280,000
District LeCroy - Reploce R-22 Chiller #1 , 140 Ton $176,315 $11,550 $12,135 $200,000
District Subsurface Ultility Engineering (CVC, NLC, MVC, BHC) $1,300,000 - - $1,300,000
District College Wide Arcflash Study $1,326,319 $84,700 $88,990 $1,500,000
District Contingency $500,000 - - $500,000
District District - Total $4,949,000
  Total Facilities Improvement Plan $25,000,000

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