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  • Presidential Goals 2008 – 2009
    assign to a senior VP overall responsibility for matters related to risk mgt regulatory compliance and ethics This person will chair the governance committee c assess the mission and objectives of the Risk Mgt Office of the General Counsel and Ethics function with respect to their individual governance responsibilities d Adopt a leading governance practice such as guidelines on effective compliance systems published by the Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation This role has been assumed de facto by Stucky The Governance Committee meets monthly Its membership has been evolving Currently it includes Stucky Blakemore Deb Nelson Tina Galik Chris Glidewell Les McCarter as Interim Audit Dir Kevin Bame and Peter Cadwell SOM compliance officer Pending appropriate consultation the following additional persons will be added Kenn Neher Susan Ferry and Kim Durr 1 8 Establish a training initiative for the audit committee members This will probably be covered when item 1 5 is complete 2 4 Overall Observation Internal Audit should prepare a statement of qualifications of its capabilities for presentation to the audit committee This statement should be updated annually and presented as part of the annual Internal Audit plan discussion Done 2 6 Alignment of Priorities Audit committee should communicate to the President and Internal Audit suggested functions and activities that have greater strategic value Pending the appointment of a permanent Executive Director of Internal Audit 2 7 Establish a clear line of communication between the new head of the Internal Audit function and the audit committee Same as 2 6 2 8 Internal Audit should conduct an analysis of current staffing and available budget to be discussed jointly with the President and audit committee This should include an analysis of current capacity in terms of annual available hours along with and analysis of hours committed to each topic in the annual Internal Audit plan Consider including similar information for peer institutions Use a risk based approach and other top down based techniques to streamline planned internal audits to allow for release of hours Same as 2 6 Assess the breadth and responsibility for oversight on audit compliance and risk issues Develop a list of briefings for the Audit Committee which will keep the BOT fully informed of progress on the issue of audit compliance and risk management These topics will include p card compliance internal controls risk management financial reporting and disclosure compliance with laws and regulations independent external auditors internal audit as well as Enterprise board Auditing which involves much more interaction with the BOT and senior administrators to develop priorities for the Internal Auditing Process compliance and ethics reporting responsibilities developing additional committees to address gaps in oversight Members of the BOT I have based this approach on those steps recommended by the Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation in the manual Effective Compliance Systems A Practical Guide for Educational Institutions Other systems which have developed and implemented this approach have taken more than three years to achieve full compliance and then have taken additional years to make effective changes and improvements This is not a one year effort and will require much time energy and resources to fully accomplish this objective I cannot put specific time lines on these objectives because Dr Stucky and I will lead this committee as time and resources permit Goal 4 Continue implementation of campus land use plans and the overall capital development of our campuses SIUC See Presidential Report Year End Evaluation 2007 2008 pg 7 By June 30 2009 implement first year deferred maintenance plan for SIUC Throughout academic year continue improvement at Touch of Nature By June 30 2009 finish remaining 18 million campaign for completion of Arena and Football Stadium By June 30 2009 finish and prepare construction plans for Student Services Building Throughout the academic year continue lobbying efforts for funding Morris Library Throughout the academic year continue lobbying efforts for funding the Transportation Education Center Throughout the academic year continue lobbying efforts for a new Energy and Academic Affairs Building By June 30 2009 ten additional old buildings will be demolished on the northwest campus By June 30 2009 the Southern Hills Retirement Complex plans will be completed and construction ready to begin By June 30 2009 new plans will be developed for reconstruction of Greek Row By June 30 2009 all new campus entrance signs will be completed SIUE See Presidential Report Year End Evaluation 2007 2008 pg 8 By March 31 2009 finish the GIS Biology Labs By December 31 2008 finish the Vadalabene Center gymnasium renovation By March 2009 finish the Early Childhood Center renovation By March 31 2009 finish plans and begin the Spring Green Lodge construction Throughout the academic year continue to lobby for new Science Building By June 30 2009 finish Student Services Success Center By May 2009 finish Student Fitness Center By June 30 2009 develop a strategic plan for future use of NCERC operations Goal 5 Advocate for improving diversity in all segments of our University community by first improving diversity in our University administrative ranks By November 1 2008 form committees on each campus for overseeing proactive actions to improve female participation in University administrative ranks By December 31 2008 finish the sexual harassment policy for the system as well as each campus By June 30 2009 each college should improve their administrative ranks by gender by 10 By June 30 2009 Chancellors and President s offices should improve administrative female ranks by 10 By June 30 2009 increase diversity by 5 in total full time faculty on both campuses Throughout the academic year each search committee should have one designated member whose role is to emphasize the goal of diversity During the 2008 2009 school year the University will appropriate such additional funds as necessary to complete the DFI program for students currently enrolled By December 31 2008 the position of Associate Chancellor for Diversity will be searched and filled on the SIUC campus Throughout the academic year diversity workshops will be developed

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  • Presidential Goals 2009 – 2010
    been made to date and identified goals that were not realistic in the current budget climate With the changes in the Chancellor position no further action was taken on the information gathered during this process Material from this review has been given to the President The Chancellor is awaiting further instruction on how to proceed with this objective Goal 4 Work with Chancellors to oversee campus land use plans and overall capital development I have allowed each campus to set their own objectives to meet this goal As President I will hold each campus responsible for meeting these objectives SIUE Objectives Support and encourage participation of all academic units in the University Capital Campaign and promote optimum communication between Deans Development Directors and the Office of University Relations Complete design and begin construction of the Science Building project Begin construction of the Morris Bike Trail Improvement Phase I Complete Planning Phase for a Health Science Building Art Design Expansion Engineering Expansion and an Athletic Office Building Complete design and begin construction for a Multi Discipline Lab MDL building on the Alton Campus Complete preliminary designs for renovating and expanding the Science Greenhouse Establish a University wide task force to develop a plan for Greek Housing on campus SIUC Objectives Open the new Simmons Cancer Institute building on the Springfield medical campus Secure State of Illinois funding for Phase II programs and building operations and maintenance O M of the Simmons Cancer Institute at SIU Contingent upon appropriation of building operations and maintenance funding open the patient care facilities of the new Simmons Cancer Institute at SIU Enhance the SIU School of Medicine Springfield campus Seek federal state and or grant funding for the School s patient safety simulation center Continue to acquire properties contiguous to the School of Medicine s Springfield campus in accordance with the School s land acquisition plan and to provide the medical campus with future expansion opportunities goal is dependent upon funding Saluki Way Projects Recreational Sports and Services continues to be involved in relocation projects of Intramural Sports Field Complex RSS is resurfacing six tennis courts at the Law School in partnership with Athletics By June 2010 complete the design for the new Student Services Building By November 2009 complete the construction of the new Recreational Sports and Services playfields Continue to maintain the construction schedule for the new stadium and the renovation and addition to the SIU Arena including completing work that will allow re occupancy of the Arena for the 2009 2010 basketball seasons Deferred Maintenance Projects Student Affairs and Administrative Affairs will begin investigation of the public private partnership opportunities for the current Greek Row area and continue to progress on the deferred maintenance schedule for Housing the Student Center and Recreational Sports and Services Recreational Sports and Services will collaborate on the Heart Start Program with signage and continues to make improvements in facilities and services for students Continue deferred maintenance and general classroom improvements during FY10 Continue the clean up from the May 8 2009 storm including the replacement and or repair of approximately 30 campus roofs through June 30 2010 Other Capital Projects Following the release of the capital funds complete the 6th and 7th floors of Morris Library and return the collections to the Library from the McLafferty Storage Facility Conduct a market and financial feasibility study of the proposed Southern Hills Project Based on the results of the study begin the design phase of the project Following the release of the capital funds oversee the construction of the new Transportation Education Center Goal 5 Implement compliance and risk management program Objective 1 By January 1 2010 implement the University Code of Ethics and University Code of Conduct Both are being reviewed by faculty this fall Objective 2 By January 1 2010 complete all steps necessary for implementation of the new risk based audit plan Goal 6 Increase diversity I have allowed each campus to set their own objectives to meet this goal As President I will hold each campus responsible for meeting these objectives SIUE Objectives Develop a set of recommendations to enhance the internationalization of campus Work with the University Diversity Council to identify major needs to enhance campus climate for faculty recruitment and retention as well as to promote student diversity throughout the academic units Examine options to support the Student Opportunities for Academic Results SOAR program in becoming a contemporary cutting edge multi cultural unit that supports the needs of all underrepresented groups Develop a standardized format for implementing dual diploma programs such as with Instanbul Technical Institute and the School of Engineering Continue opportunities for minority female and disabled owned firms to do business with the University SIUC Objectives Increase diversity in the faculty and administration Seek a diverse applicant pool in all future administrative position searches In 2009 2010 with all qualifications of finalists for positions being equal efforts will be made to increase the diversity of the SIUC administration and faculty Increase diversity in the SIUSOM faculty and administration in numbers more commensurate with diversity in the central and southern Illinois region Hire a minority female administrative staff member in Intercollegiate Athletics during FY10 Housing will enhance the visible diversity of management staff and the high percentage of women in leadership roles During 2009 2010 there will be a review of the structure and workflow of the Provost and Vice Chancellor PVC offices with the intention of reorganization that improves coverage of PVC responsibilities and use of human resources Based upon this review a permanent Associate Provost for Academic Affairs will be hired through a search internal to the SIUC campus Hire Hispanic Resource Center coordinator by Spring 2010 Hire Diversity Equity coordinator by Spring 2010 Provide diversity training communication and support throughout the Campus The Division of Student Affairs with the assistance of the Associate Chancellor for Diversity will develop a division wide diversity plan Recreational Sports and Services developed a staff training curriculum to include diversity training and will host a variety of programs and services for international students Students Legal Assistance will deliver critical legal information to students of diverse ethnic and social economic backgrounds enabling avoidance of legal difficulties and successful integration into the community Student Center will offer diverse programs that meet the needs of students faculty and staff from various cultural and international perspectives Disability Support Services will facilitate the inclusion of individuals with disabilities in all aspects of campus and initiate new programs to support reintegration of veterans from military to civilian life Career Services has and will continue to conduct workshops on a variety of career related topics for minority based groups across campus including promotion of females working in predominantly male work environments RSO s like Women in Aviation Black Togetherness Organization all University 100 and 101 classes Saluki Single Parents Inc Student Development will continue to coordinate commemorative months for ethnic minorities Supplemental Instruction will continue to hire a diverse group of SI leaders and provide diversity training as part of the curriculum in developing the SI leaders Provide cultural competency training for all Student Health Center SHC staff Associate VCR will co chair an advisory committee on women in science and engineering contingent on NSF Advance funding Assist with diversity component of newly funded NSF IGERT grant Seek diversity on advisory committee for new Professional Science Masters degree program Continue Training with academic units on conducting a good faith search Implement Diversity Training campus wide Implement Sexual Harassment training campus wide Seek external funding for Outreach support programs for Center for Academic Success Provide professional development opportunities for women faculty and staff Goal 7 Provide leadership on SIU economic development outreach to region I have allowed each campus to set their own objectives to meet this goal As President I will hold each campus responsible for meeting these objectives SIUE Objectives Continue the enhancement of educational outreach activities including developing a new Healthcare Informatics program to meet the needs of BJC developing new and strengthen existing relationships with community college school district corporate and chamber partners to meet regional education needs completing the transition of Conferences and Institutes to a professional conference support service organization Adopt a new off campus online business model to facilitate the University s efforts to meet the educational needs of off campus students Enhance the organizational structure capital investment plans and research goals of the National Corn to Ethanol Research Center NCERC to be more contemporary and relevant in accord with recommendations by the NCERC Technical Advisory Board including building new research partnerships with regional entities Move to realize the construction of the American Red Cross Blood Processing Center and National Testing Laboratory project representing an investment of approximately 50 million and creating over 500 net new jobs for Southwestern Illinois Through increased student involvement youth oriented camps entrepreneurial seminars seminars for the recently unemployed and a host of other events the Entrepreneurship Center will achieve a more visible presence in its designated communities The Illinois Small Business Development Center and International Trade Center will continue outreach efforts to both pre venture and existing businesses by providing specialized workshops trade missions one on one confidential counseling sessions opportunity to work with SIUE Business Students and access to the IEN Illinois Entrepreneurship Network Chancellor Vandegrift will continue to serve as president of the Leadership Council of Southwestern Illinois and as a member of the Vision 2020 steering committee Special Assistant to the Chancellor for Regional Economic Development will continue to chair the Southwestern Illinois Flood Prevention District Council that is working to recertify the five Illinois levees protecting 150 000 residents and 4 000 businesses in the Metro East SIUC Objectives Enhance economic development in the central Illinois region SIUSOM will continue efforts to support development of the Mid Illinois Medical District Increase intellectual property development at SIU School of Medicine Increase the development of intellectual property patents and trademarks issued copyrights registered and licenses executed through the SIUSOM s technology transfer program by 10 Make the intellectual property function financially self supporting by the end of Fiscal Year 2013 Improve the infrastructure for clinical and translational research at the medical school SIUSOM will establish the first phase clinical trials organization of the clinical research center Complete and implement the center s business plan organizational structure and service cash functions identify and allocate space for the center SIUSOM will develop and implement expanded faculty development opportunities for faculty engaged in or planning to engage in clinical and translational research These opportunities will be designed to increase the medical school s research capacity in clinical and translational research Enhance improve outreach throughout the community region state and nation Office of Economic Regional Development Sustain and expand entrepreneurship and small business services in the region Operational Bootstrap a federally funded entrepreneurship training initiative through the U S Delta Regional Authority Studio E building a network and meeting space for high growth CEOs Continue to facilitate youth entrepreneurship through Camp CEO and other programs Provide extensive technical assistance through the Entrepreneurship Centers and the Small Business Development Center Provide opportunities to expand and compete in the global marketplace Increase the capacity to support new and evolving manufacturing enterprises Support Connect SI and other initiatives focused on development of broadband Continue constructive partnership with Man Tra Con in the management and execution of the project Increase funding for and enrollment in the Lead SI Youth Leadership Project Gain university and regional support for the Health Information Exchange planning project Collaborate with university resources and private network providers on a university bandwidth expansion initiative Support and provide leadership in small business incubation through the southern Illinois incubation network Manage the SI Inc Net List Serve Share resources provide education to communities demonstrating interest in building or expanding incubation programs Develop a plan for launching virtual incubation services in the region Link research and innovation to business development resources Provide leadership and planning in execution of the Technology and Innovation Expo October 9 2009 Provide platforms for entrepreneurs and innovators to pitch their ideas to potential investors Serve as a liaison with Research Centers on campus and entrepreneurs Further develop Southern Illinois Research Park new roadway and building Coach and support entrants for early and late stage companies in the Innovate Illinois statewide competition The Center for Rural Health and Social Service Development at Southern Illinois University Carbondale strengthens rural health infrastructure and promotes opportunities for enhancing health primarily in regional rural communities Intercollegiate Athletics Provide an opportunity for local and regional contractors to work on the Saluki Way construction project Continue to host athletic and other events in McAndrew Stadium the SIU Arena and other venues that bring visitors from outside the Carbondale community whose business will benefit the local economy Continue providing an opportunity for local entrepreneurs to use the exciting game day atmosphere of Saluki Row to promote their businesses Continue to use special promotions for athletic events such as Military Appreciation Day Faith Day Girl Scout Day Field Trip Day and the Pink Out to attract a diverse audience to Saluki athletic events Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Responsibility Area Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs will continue to serve on the Boards of the Carbondale Chamber of Commerce Leadership Carbondale Varsity Fundraising Committee DeSoto Grade School Fundraising Committee and sponsor the Inspiring Women Gala and the Harvey Welch Jr Golf Tournament Student Center will work cooperatively with the City of Carbondale in the implementation of the Community Mobility portion of the Carbondale Comprehensive Plan Student Center will host hundreds of groups from across the region in their meeting facilities and banquet halls Student Development will coordinate nearly 7 000 students in the Saluki Volunteer program who offer assistance to organizations and individuals throughout the region International Programs and Services has partnered with the high schools in Carbondale Herrin and West Frankfort for a project titled Women and Leadership in the Muslim World a program funded by the American Association of University Women SIUC students will travel to the high schools for presentations and facilitate the high school students interaction in international podcasts and internet chats Students Legal Assistance will improve housing conditions in the areas surrounding campus via cooperative efforts with various community groups and the City of Carbondale Disability Support Services will continue to acquire funding to enhance services to veterans Disability Support Services will work with the state wide Disability Advisory Committee to IBHE to enhance relationships with colleges and universities University Housing will purchase 20 of produce from local farmers purchase pork from the SIUC farms and as in the wake of the May 8th storm will continue to serve the University and the community as needed Housing RSS Student Center and Continuing Education will provide summer camps for a large and diverse group of organizations and individuals including athletic camps Christ in Youth Architecture Camp to name a few RSS will host 21 multi day athletic and sport club events over 60 regional school groups for day field trips after proms and post graduation events explore partnership to serve as meeting site for local Weight Watchers program and host the NCCS Regional Flag Football Tournament drawing from six state areas over a non home football game weekend Career Services will host four job fairs to foster new and strengthen existing employer relationships expand student employer networking opportunities and promote hiring of current students and alumni Career Services will host the spring Internship Summer Job Expo on March 18 2010 which will attract 200 students and regional employers to fill seasonal work and major specific internship opportunities in southern Illinois IBHE Illinois Cooperative Work Study Grant supplements the wages of undergraduate college students employed in cooperative education internship experiences with selected Illinois employers Career Services will administer the Illinois Board of Higher Education Illinois Cooperative Work Study Grant program to expand opportunities for SIUC students in internships clinical placement cooperative programs with business and industry and other work opportunities linked to a student s academic program Career Services will invite five area business executives to conduct presentations through its Ask the Expert Lecture Series and 25 new regional employers to post jobs conduct campus interviews and access student resumes through NaceLink Symplicity Saluki Job Bank our electronic career services management system Career Services will organize a second advisory panel of regional federal employers to promote federal work in the region Career Services will work with area employers to conduct mock job interviews with students to prepare them for the actual interview experience Career Services will partner with Man Tra Con Services to develop and execute an educational and job placement plan that would serve the individual short and long term needs of displaced Maytag and MUMS employees The Student Health Center at SIUC will house the new joint SIUE SIUC Nursing Program With assistance from faculty at the SIUE School of Nursing the Student Health Center is applying for certification of its Continuing Education Program to provide credits to medical providers within the facility and medical professionals from nearby community colleges and the surrounding area The Wellness Center will provide workshops at the Student Health Center on stress management substance abuse sexual health nutrition and relationship violence that are FREE and OPEN to the public Initiate the Saluki Select Program that will provide a comprehensive on line program to assist campus and community members in weight control During the first week of November Diabetes Awareness Month provide outreach efforts on healthy eating across the campus and community Continue the DD Designated Driver Dawg Program in collaboration with the student group Saluki Project Ignition Vice Chancellor for Research Graduate Dean Responsibility Area Ongoing Activities Continue University engagement with Jackson Growth Alliance and Commercialization of University Technology Committee Coal Research Center CRC supports the development of advanced technology development and commercialization through assistance to the Clean Coal Review Board CRC assists faculty in mining technology research that is improving safety and productivity in regional underground mines CRC

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  • Presidential Goals 2010 – 2011
    quality and implement new pedagogies in key gateway courses with the intent of reducing the DFW rates Implementing the use of technology such as Hobson s Retain to target retention opportunities and communicate critical information in a timely manner Create student profile Evaluate and enhance campus marketing and recruitment processes Review the pool of students regionally border states nationally and internationally to develop a strategic recruitment plan that would increase the level of academic preparedness of our target population while preserving the legacy of diversity and accessibility unique to SIUC Coordinate recruitment efforts with Colleges Implement comprehensive tracking and assessment tools to provide the data used in making data driven resource allocation decisions to support proven programs and services that will increase student success Alumni follow up Engage alumni in service on industry and professional advisory boards and councils Use social networking media electronic newsletters and web based content to communicate and establish alumni relationships Work with strategically targeted alumni to enhance our recruitment of students Goal 2 Work with Chancellors to oversee campus land use plans and overall capital development Objective 1 SIUC Monitor the progress on the Transportation Education Center the Student Services Building and Alumni Foundation Building Monitor the completion of the Football Stadium and Arena Objective 2 SIUE Monitor progress on the Science Building complete design on the Art Design Building and potential renovation of special interest housing SIUE Objectives Assist the Capital Development Board in managing the construction of the Science Building Through the University s capital campaign funds will be raised to provide much of the equipment and furnishings for the new building Complete design on the Art Design Building Complete construction of Morris Bike Trail Phase I Complete renovation of Peck Hall Offices and Classrooms Complete construction of a new Baseball Locker Room Building and Dugout Complete renovation of Locker Room Upgrades in the Vadalabene Center Complete design on the window replacement project for Peck Hall and Dunham Hall Complete design and begin construction of an Athletics Office Building addition to the Vadalabene Center Complete designs for an Engineering Building expansion Subsequently fundraising plans will be developed to provide equipment to enhance the laboratories and other classrooms Complete preliminary designs for renovating and expanding the Science Greenhouse Complete a Retro Commissioning Study on Rendleman Hall Continue campus sustainability efforts Implement Phase I of an invasive species control plan A University wide task force will explore a plan to renovate Cougar Village housing units for conversion to Greek housing Housing will complete an energy review of Evergreen Hall A plan for maintenance and upkeep of funded debt facilities specifically the Student Success Center Student Fitness Center Housing and the University Center has been developed for the life of the bonds from the Repair and Replacement Reserve account In addition these units will continue to budget for annual maintenance expenditures into operations at a sufficient level We will continue to develop and improve The Gardens at SIUE including completion of the Prairie Portal SIUC Objectives

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  • Budgeting message from SIU President
    state legislature last July that represented a remarkable commitment to public higher education considering the dire financial position of the state This was made possible in large part by the federal stabilization funds that were allocated to Illinois to avoid reductions in force at public educational institutions The funding level also allowed us to enact the lowest tuition increase of the decade and when combined with the many budget efficiencies we have undertaken in the last two years enabled us to produce a balanced budget without layoffs or furloughs Tough budget times are nothing new for Southern Illinois University For the last seven years SIU has undergone transformational change in dealing with the constant reductions in state appropriations for public higher education The predicament we now find ourselves in at SIU is not a budget crisis but rather a cash flow emergency created as an outgrowth of the state s drastic drop in sales and income tax revenues as a result of the Great Recession And while this situation may very well develop into a full blown budget crisis next year for the university the last thing we need in this economy is to furlough or layoff the very people who make this university great It would send a devastating message to the Academy and staff while eroding confidence in this institution s ability to deliver the educational benefits that our students and their families demand from us For our university we have thoroughly examined the use of furloughs and layoffs for the cash flow situation that we currently find ourselves in and we have determined that involuntary separation is not the answer The savings yielded from any furlough or layoff plan simply cannot make up for the 100 0 million owed the University by the state of Illinois Are

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  • REPORT DIGEST
    of students to the National Student Clearinghouse NSC for federal student loan programs Out of 33 enrollment status changes tested 13 were not reported to the NSC The NSC is Carbondale s enrollment reporting service The National Student Loan Data System NSLDS Enrollment Reporting Guide requires schools to confirm and report the enrollment status of students who receive federal student loans As with any school servicer arrangement for the administration of Title IV programs the school remains responsible for submitting timely accurate and complete enrollment reporting roster files and for maintaining proper documentation in accordance with Federal Regulation 34 CFR 682 610 c A student s enrollment status determines eligibility for deferment grace periods and repayments as well as the Federal Government s payment of interest subsidies Enrollment reporting is critical for effective administration of the Title IV student loan programs Finding 1 page 13 We recommended the University implement policies and procedures to prevent backdated withdrawals of students and ensure the timely and accurate reporting of information to the National Student Clearinghouse University officials accepted our recommendation UNTIMELY RETURN OF TITLE IV FUNDS The University did not return Title IV funds to the Department of Education within the required 45 day timeframe The Edwardsville campus did not return Title IV funds within 45 days of the student s withdrawal date for 10 of 33 students selected for testing The total dollar amount of funds not returned within 45 days was 19 223 During the fiscal year the Edwardsville campus implemented Banner a computerized accounting system which includes a student financial aid module Within the new system issues were identified by the University pertaining to the return of Title IV funds The Edwardsville campus then took corrective action in an attempt to correct the issues noted The Carbondale campus did not return Title IV funds within 45 days of the student s withdrawal for 3 of 20 students selected for testing The total dollar amount of funds not returned within 45 days was 5 330 The Carbondale campus was returning funds within 45 days of the date the Records and Registration Office verified the student s last day of attendance as opposed to 45 days after the last day of attendance Finding 2 pages 14 15 We recommended the Edwardsville campus continue to follow new processes put into place during the Spring and Summer terms of fiscal year 2008 to ensure Title IV funds are returned to the U S Department of Education in a timely fashion Further we recommended the Carbondale campus return funds to the U S Department of Education within 45 days of the student s last day of attendance as opposed to 45 days after the date reported by the Records and Registration Office University officials accepted our recommendations TIME SHEETS ARE NOT REQUIRED The University does not have a policy that requires all employees to periodically submit time sheets documenting the time spent each day on official University business to the nearest quarter hour as

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  • REPORT DIGEST
    auditors stated the financial statements of the University as of June 30 2008 and for the year then ended are fairly presented in all material respects WILLIAM G HOLLAND Auditor General WGH KMA pp SPECIAL ASSISTANT AUDITORS Crowe Horwath LLP were our special assistant auditors for this audit Expenditures and Activity Measures are summarized on the reverse page SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AUDIT FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2008 STATEMENT OF REVENUES EXPENSES AND CHANGES IN NET ASSETS FY2008 FY2007 OPERATING REVENUES Student tuition and fees Auxiliary enterprises Grants and contracts Sales and services of educational activities Other Total Operating Revenues OPERATING EXPENSES Instruction Research Public services Academic support Student services Institutional support Operation and maintenance of plant Scholarships and fellowships Auxiliary enterprises Depreciation Other Total Operating Expenses Operating Loss NON OPERATING REVENUES EXPENSES State appropriations Payments on behalf of the University Other non operating revenues expenses net Net Non operating Revenues Income Loss Before Capital Contributions Capital appropriations additions to endowments and capital grants and gifts INCREASE IN NET ASSETS Net assets beginning of the year Net assets end of the year 207 141 669 95 190 509 93 855 788 60 638 746 42 290 179 499 116 891 273 275 474 58 343 488 60 083 154 125 357 888 61 419 481 58 097 621 75 374 645 24 241 476 87 621 293 36 393 289 570 824 860 778 633 361 661 742 227 184 099 122 396 302 37 421 596 387 001 997 25 340 255 14 771 583 40 111 838 426 137 436 466 249 274 182 140 804 83 367 711 89 604 596 52 529 185 39 603 670 447 245 966 259 860 902 57 700 962 56 378 043 112 268 877 55 192

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  • SIU Presidential Inauguration

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  • Inauguration Home
    Home About SIU About Dr Poshard Inauguration Speech List of Presidents Calendar of Events Visitor Info Greetings Contact Info

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