Summary of All Funds

Fund(s)

% of Total

Description

2014-15 Budget

General Fund

21.7%

The college's primary operating fund where most of the credit classes are offered. It also includes a majority of the supporting services for students and administrative functions.

$73,920,000

Special Projects

5.4%

The college's grant programs which are primarily federal or state funded.

$18,500,000

Self-Support

9.0%

Supplemental programs based on their ability to pay for themselves. This includes many instructional agreements with various state agencies.

$30,750,500

Intra-College Services

5.0%

Enables the college to achieve the best attainable price on products and services through a central, streamlined purchasing process. The reserves guarantee funding to keep up with technology upgrades, facility maintenance and maintain a limited level of self-insurance

$16,880,000

Debt Service

9.7%

All of the resources to repay long-term debt obligations are channeled through this fund. The debt obligations include General Obligation bonds, Certificates of Participation, and PERS bonds.

$32,800,000

Regional Library & Reserve

1.2%

The CCRLS is a member of a 16-library cooperative offering state-of-the-art library services to all residents of the college's district. Also includes small reserve funds to periodically replace their van and upgrade their computer systems.

$3,973,152

Auxiliary Enterprise

4.1%

The bookstore offers an expanded level of supplies and services to students and staff as well as online ordering for distance education learners

$13,934,634

Capital Projects

15.1%

The resources typically include proceeds from General Obligation bonds, Certificates of Participation, facility rental income and interest earnings. Also includes the Plant Emergency Fund which funds emergency repairs to campus facilities

$51,200,000

Fiduciary Funds

28.4%

The largest is Financial Aid with funds from federal, state and local sources. The other fiduciary funds are the Student Government, Clubs and Newspaper fund, the Athletics fund and the External Organization Billing fund.

$97,888,000