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2008-2009 SFC/SALP Budget

Questionnaire Section

Program Questionnaire Portland State Aerospace Society 2008-2009 Budget

Portland State University Student Fee Committee Request for Student Fee Funding for 2008-2009 Program Statement and Questionnaire

Last Modified: Monday, November 19, 2007

A portion of the money to operate Portland State University is paid directly by students as part of the registration process. This money includes Incidental Fees that are used to fund university programs and services that, in addition to the traditional academic elements of the university, further the cultural or physical development of the students at large.

The Student Fee Committee has the authority and responsibility to analyze and appraise budget requests and determine how the incidental fees collected will be used.

The Budget Process Guidelines of the Student Fee Committee require submission of your program's goals and objectives and a statement of activities or services. In order to make the budget process stream-lined, the SFC requests that you prepare short written responses (1 - 3 sentences) to commonly-asked questions that relate to the criteria upon which funding decisions are made.

There are different types of SFC-funded groups -- some are cultural, some are service-oriented - and groups have individual focuses which become apparent through the questions. If your group does not appear "strong" in its responses to all the areas, this does not mean you are ineligible for SFC funds. Please answer as many of the questions as possible.

Goals 1. Please state your program's (broad) goals. Our vision statement – or long term goal – is to “put nanosatellites into orbit”. The first step towards orbiting nanosatellites is to develop an inexpensive, highly modular and actively guided sounding rocket. While we aim to use commercially-available hardware and existing software when possible, we often are forced to design and build custom circuit boards, mechanical components, and software to meet our goals.

  1. Please state your current year's (specific) program objective. This year, we are continuing the development of our next-generation rocket. The rebuild of our launch vehicle continues as we attempt to improve our recent design. We have increased our membership, but continue to strive to provide even more students with the opportunity to build the rocket and facilitate its launch.

  2. What was last year's program objective? Our objectives last year included: (1) getting Linux to run on our flight computer; (2) redesigning our rocket; (3) redesigning the airframe; and (4) designing new rocket sensor nodes. We were successful on all counts - though sometimes that success led to new challenges.

  3. Please identify next year's program objective? Several very public launches! This year will include improvements to airframe design and our avionics system with the new Linux-run flight computer.

Accomplishments

  1. Please describe your accomplishments for 2006-2007 and the first half of 2007-2008. Please indicate achievements (outcomes) as well as products or outputs completed. One of the most impressive accomplishments of our group is that some of our design requirements have led to software innovation in the industry at large. For example, some of the design work done by members of the Software and Avionics teams have led to USB software modifications that is implemented worldwide.

Past accomplishments include:

On August 22nd, 2005, we launched our rocket in eastern Oregon. The launch was "a successful failure". Our hardware, software, and airframe worked perfectly. However, the black powder charge that was supposed to deploy the parachutes didn't fully burn. The parachute failed to deploy, and our rocket smashed into the ground at over 500 mph. Despite the destruction of our (only) rocket, we consider it a success because we proved our 802.11 wireless telemetry system, Linux flight computer, and advanced avionics system. We recorded volumes of data over the 68 seconds of the flight, which continues to be valuable as we prototype and simulate new designs.

In 2006, PSAS sponsored a senior capstone team to redesign our sensor nodes. The schematic was completed, but the board layout still needs to be finished. During the summer of 2006, the Avionics Team identified the software to be used on the sensor nodes, and demonstrated an example on a demo board with a similar microprocessor. The team members are currently working on customizing this software for the rocket.

In Spring 2005, IBM gave Prof. Bart Massey a grant to enable PSAS to use a PowerPC-based system for our new flight computer. PowerPC processors are best known for their use in Apple Macintosh computers, but variants exist for low-power specialized applications like ours. At the end of the 2005-2006 school year the Avionics Team selected appropriate PowerPC-based hardware, and over the summer the Software Team successfully booted Linux on this new flight computer. We are now prepared to convert our previous flight software for the new architecture, writing new code where necessary.

We regularly present at various conferences throughout the Northwest. In the last two years, we've presented our work at FreedomHEC in Seattle, and three times at IBM's Linux Technology Center in Beaverton. We've had exhibits at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention and the Digital Avionics Systems Conference, both in Portland, and most years we participate in OMSI's Space Days event. We expect to present to the Seattle chapter of the IEEE in December. (Our biggest conference event was in 2003, when we took the rocket and 40-foot launch tower to the exhibit hall of the Usenix Annual Technical Conference in San Antonio, where we also presented a technical paper.)

  1. How many students did you serve, and how did you serve them, during 2006-2007 and the first half of 2007-2008? Please provide relevant examples. PSAS members sponsored an Electrical and Computer Engineering Capstone Project lsat year. Members of our group continue to provide opportunities for students with a deeper interest in Avionics, Communications, Sensor Design, and Aerospace at large.

We have approximately 12 students who regularly attend team meetings. There are often students who drift into our group for a brief period of time to work on a project.

We also introduce rocketry and engineering to the student population during our introductory meetings. They're held once a term, and usually have an audience of 10-20 non-members.

  1. How would you measure your accomplishments during 2006-2007? Please identify strong points and weak points? Our progress - while forward - moves slower than we'd like. The depth of the redesign has provided a great deal of opportunity for members, but it is sometimes challenging to build momentum when dealing with this type of technology. For example, we made great strides on our Software team, but other teams have not had such outstanding success. Onward!

  2. What impact did SFC funding have on your goal and objective? SFC funds paid for necessary electronics, food for the introduction/recruitment events, and t-shirts to help promote our group. SFC and SALP staff members also helped us find ways to get the PSU community more involved in our group.

Membership

  1. How many Active members do you have this year? 20

    1.2. Please Explain (If Necessary): We don't collect dues or maintain a membership roster, so that number is approximate.

  2. How many members actively participate in meetings? We only count active members as ones that regularly come to PSAS meetings. Some PSAS members only show up to launches or watch our group through the mailing list. There are approximately 250 people who follow our mailing lists.

  3. How is membership recruitment done? We openly invite all students - not just engineering or computer science students - who might have an interest in rockets, avionics, open source hardware and software or any of the other aspects of our group to join PSAS. We have a quarterly introduction meeting, which is advertised by flyer, email, and some classroom announcements. We also invite students we meet at other on campus events who might be interested to stop by one of our weekly meetings to learn more about PSAS.

  4. How many students do you serve throughout the year? 25

  5. How many non-students do you serve throughout the year (please estimate)? 10

Meetings

  1. Please list meeting times and places and/or office hours for service. Our group is divided into several teams. The Avionics and Software teams meet weekly at 7pm in the Fourth Avenue Building in room 155. Other teams, such as Airframe and Uncertainty, meet as needed. Our schedule can be found online at http://schedule.psas.pdx.edu.

At this time, officers do not hold office hours. Officers are, however, available via email at psas-psu-liaison@psas.pdx.edu, and by phone as listed on our web site.

  1. What do you do at your meetings? The overall purpose of each team meeting is to further our technical development work. This includes but is not limited to:

    • discussing possible component/build paths
    • testing, analyzing, and more testing of miscellaneous components, hardware and software
    • brainstorming how to increase the size of the group, where and when the group should present to various conferences and symposia, evaluating the overall group's path to reaching our goals
  2. How are group decisions made? We evaluate pros and cons of different options until we reach a consensus. On those rare occasions when no consensus appears to be emerging, we hold a vote. We often debate about choices on the mailing lists to let members who can't make to our meetings participate in the discussion.

Activities

  1. What are the activities or services planned in 2008-2009 ? List the specific annual events, activities, or conferences that are fundamental to your program with a brief explanation of why they're important to your mission. Once a term, we will present an introduction PSAS to recruit new members into the group. We also hope to host a "movie night" once a term during dead week.

In the fall of 2008, we plan on launching our newly constructed rocket in Black Rock, NV at the annual rocket event. This events draws international attention. Rocketry groups from around the country (and even some international groups) gather for a weekend to launch rockets and discuss new rocket technology. Rockets range from modified hobby rockets to amateur rockets that can go up to 100,000 feet. It will be a fun and educational experience, and we hope to use our SFC funding to send students to this event.

  1. What type of advertising is done? We use flyers, campus mailing lists, and word of mouth to spread the word about PSAS events, meetings, and activities.

  2. How many students are involved in planning and executing events? The three PSAS officers help out with the recruitment events, along with about three non-students. All of PSAS helps out with the planning and preparation that surrounds a launch.

  3. How many students attend events? Nearly all of our active members regularly attend PSAS events, and generally attract 10+ new people to our introductory meetings.

  4. What does the general population (residents of Portland metro area) gain from these events? Community members are always welcome to attend our general meetings, events, and launches. We have approximately nine non-students who actively participate with PSAS.

The Portland community has no other group quite like PSAS. We provide hands-on experience in airframe, electronics, and software design for rockets. A few other groups experiment with hobby rockets, but we are the only group in the Portland area to build our rocket from scratch. Aside from our group, no serious aerospace engineering occurs in Portland.

As far as we know, we are also the only group of our kind in the world that provides all our software and designs on our website. Reproducibility is important to science, and we encourage other teams to duplicate and improve on our work.

Community/Inter-group involvement

  1. How many years has your group been on campus? PSAS was established here at PSU in 1997, but has only been an official SALP group since the 2005-2006 school year.

  2. Who in the community, or alumni, has supported your program either financially or through their participation? We have approximately nine non-students who actively participate with PSAS. Five PSAS members are PSU alumni and one is a PSU faculty member. We also attract members of the local engineering industries like IBM and Intel.

In the spring of 2005, our Computer Science faculty advisor received a grant from IBM to fund PSAS research for a new PowerPC flight computer. We have also received grants from NASA through the Oregon Space Grant, and smaller grants from sources such as the Electrical Engineering department and the IEEE.

Early on, our research was funded out of our members' pockets, and we could not have reached this point without their contributions. We have also received a good deal of equipment and services as in-kind donations from local and nationwide companies: see http://psas.pdx.edu/Sponsors

  1. How has your program promoted PSU to the general population? PSAS, which exists in spite of the lack of an Aerospace Engineering department at PSU, promotes the technical expertise and initiative of students at Portland State, as well as our enthusiasm. We have participated in many conferences and events outside PSU, as described in an earlier question. At every event, PSAS promotes Portland State University, its departments and programs, and its support of PSAS.

This group has been active in encouraging local people of high school age to pursue higher education in science and engineering. During the first five years of the club's existence, some of our members arranged more than twenty all-day sessions at Saturday Academy and local high-school physics and calculus classes to present our practical applications of science to students. We continue to arrange such sessions but at a slower pace, with the most recent occasion being a Saturday Academy class last year. We also encourage high-schoolers to participate in our activities, and one such student contributed to our launch in 2005. In addition, our Software Team lead is a middle-school drop-out who enrolled at PSU after a year of working with PSAS; he graduated with his Bachelor's in Computer Science this summer.

We also gather international press coverage, such as this Wired News article: http://www.wired.com/news/culture/0,1284,59144,00.html

  1. What other university activities has your program participated in (besides the ones it sponsors for itself)? In the last year we have participated in every public event we could, including Party in the Park, Midnight Breakfast, and open houses sponsored by the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

  2. What other campus or community groups have you worked with, and how do you work together? Our campus and community involvement tends to be on a more individual basis, though we have given presentations on several occasions at meetings of the PSU chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery. In the future we hope to collaborate more with other student groups; obvious candidates include the engineering groups in the academic cluster. Some of our members are actively involved in the Open Source Lab at MCECS.

Budget

  1. Historically, have you fulfilled your budget objectives? We have spent our budget on the items listed in our allocation requests and not over-spent our budget.

  2. If some portion of your budget is self-generated, how are you doing this year in meeting your goals? How did you do last year, did you actually raise the funds you budgeted? If fund raising goals were not met, why not? We have just begun the process of selling T-shirts, and are actively working towards meeting our revenue goals for this year.

  3. What alternative sources of funding have been sought for this year's and next year's budget? If revenues are being generated, what's the source and how much is being generated? Two years ago, our faculty advisor received a grant from IBM for $21,000. The grant was to fund development of our PowerPC flight computer, along with other rocket electronics and parts. However, the grant cannot be used to fund student travel, food, or promotion materials for PSAS. There is currently $10,000 left in the IBM grant. Some of that will be spent this year on airframe and avionics parts. We cannot count this as revenue in our budget, since the grant is assigned to Professor Bart Massey and the Computer Science department, not PSAS.

We plan on selling PSAS t-shirts, with which we hope to generate several hundred dollars. We have done similar fundraising in the past.

Finally, we have had good luck in the past with obtaining some equipment and services on an in-kind donation basis. We often order microchips in small enough quantities to fall under manufacturer's "sampling" programs, for instance.

  1. What type of internal budget controls/safeguards does your program have over money or physical assets (e.g., equipment)? What steps do you take to ensure that your group does not overspend its actual revenue and SFC support? Only our group officers can authorize purchases, and we always discuss purchases with the group beforehand. We keep track of our budget on our website. Our budgets, meeting notes, and other documentation can be found at http://psas.pdx.edu/PsuStudentClub.

  2. Specify how your hours and wages were set. We are an entirely volunteer group and have no stipend positions.

  3. Does the level of activity (degree of difficulty) justify the personnel costs requested? N/A

  4. Explain any wage increases between 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 . N/A

  5. What was the method you used for developing your budget for 2008-2009 ? All budget discussions were conducted with active student members during our regular meeting, and basically involved analyzing our current budget to ensure that it's meeting our needs.

Constitution Section

Constitution Articles Portland State Aerospace Society 2008-2009 Budget Article 1: Name of Organization The name of this organization shall be the Portland State Aerospace Society.

Article 2:  Affiliations

Portland State Aerospace Society is PSU's student branch chapter of the Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society (AESS) of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

Article 3:  Purpose

The purpose of this organization is to unite students, faculty, and the community at large in the common interests of research and education in the field of aerospace engineering.

Article 4:  Licenses

All works produced by the Portland State Aerospace Society, including but not limited to programs, documentation, and hardware schematics, must be released under a license compatible with the GNU General Public License, version 2, and must be made available to the general public.

Article 5:  Members

Section 1. Any currently registered student at PSU may become a voting member of this organization. Any student wishing to become a member of this organization may do so by providing the organization President (or his or her delegate) with the student's name and current contact information, such as mailing address, email, or phone number. Once this information is received, the student shall become a member with the same privileges which are held by all members. A student maintains voting member status as long as the student meets the eligibility requirements set forth in this document.

Section 2. All voting members of the Portland State Aerospace Society must be currently enrolled students at Portland State University and must pay student fees.

Section 3. Any person who does not meet the eligibility requirements but wishes to be active with the group may participate as a non-voting member.

Section 4. Membership shall not be denied to any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, and disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran status.

Article 6:  Elections/Officers

Section 1. Election process may be determined by a majority vote of members present at any meeting.

Section 2. The position of President is required to be filled to execute those duties assigned to that position by this document. Any other positions may be named, and all positions may be filled, using the election process as established in Section 1.

Section 3. Only voting members are eligible to be officers of the Portland State Aerospace Society.

Section 4. Officers shall not be on disciplinary probation or have a cumulative GPA below 2.5.

Article 7:  Meetings

Section 1. Administrative meetings may be called by the President (or his or her delegate) and will be held as needed.

Section 2. Quorum consists of four or more members.

Article 8:  Referendum, recall and impeachment procedures

Referendum, recall and impeachment procedures may be formed when a majority of the members deem it necessary. At such time, these procedures will be enacted by amending the constitution to include them.

Article 9:  Amendments

This constitution may be amended by a two-thirds majority vote of all membership.

Article 10:     Ratification

This constitution is ratified on the 3rd day of October, 2005

Revenues Section (All)

Sales:

Type Price Num Sold Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Merchandise $20.00 30 We intend to offer T-Shirts for sale at meetings and events through the sch [more] $600 $600 $600 $600 Total: $600 $600 $600 $600

Sales (Sponsorship): Sponsor Amount Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Dues/Membership:
Amount Members Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Guarantees:
Guarantor Amount Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Rentals:
Item Amount Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Gifts/Grants and Development:
Purpose Amount Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Tuitions/Fees:
Event Price Num Participants Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc BlackRock Launch $50.00 10 We will be attending the Black Rock Rocket Launch event during the 2008-200 [more] $500 $500 $500 $500 Total: $500 $500 $500 $500

Commissions:
Purpose Amount Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Other:
Item Amount Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Expenditures Section (All)

Unclassified Salaries (on-going positions):
Salary FTE Comments OPE Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Other Unclassified Wages (irregular or short term assignments):
Salary Comments OPE Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Classified Salaries (regular, on-going positions):
Title Salary FTE Comments OPE Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Other Classified Wages (irregular or short term assignments):
Title Salary Comments OPE Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Graduate Assistants:
Salary FTE Comments OPE Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Student Wages (hourly employment):
Job Title Rate Hours Weeks WS Comments OPE Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Stipends:
Job Title Amount Months Est Hours Comments OPE Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Other Payroll Expenses (OPE) Calculation: This number represents a calculation of the OPE contribution necessary for the above salary totals based on the following formulas:
Type Formula Total Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Unclassified Salaries $11,846+ (Salary X 28.28%) * $0 $0 $0 $0 Other Unclassified Wages Salary X 18.48% $0 $0 $0 $0 Classified Salaries ($11,870 * FTE) + (Salary X 28.28%) * $0 $0 $0 $0 Other Classified Wages Salary X 17.02% $0 $0 $0 $0 Graduate Assistants Salary X 1.67% $0 $0 $0 $0 Stipends Salary X 4.91% $0 $0 $0 $0 Student Wages Salary X 4.91% $0 $0 $0 $0 OPE Adjustments $0 $0 $0 $0 Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Advertising (Vanguard):
Source Event Cost Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Advertising (Other):
Source Event Cost Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Art/Graphic Arts (Graphic Design Center):
Purpose Cost/Hr Num Hours Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Art/Graphic Arts (Other Vendors):
Vendor Purpose Cost/Hr Num Hours Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Awards/Promotional Items:
Item Cost Num Units Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Books, Publications & Reference Materials:
Title Cost Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Conference Registration:
Conference Title Location Reg Cost Num Particip. Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Black Rock NV Rocket Launch Out of State $500.00 1 $500 $0 $0 $400 Total: $500 $0 $0 $400

Competition Entry Fees:
Event Cost Num Participants Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Duplicating/Copy Services:
Event Item Rate Num Copies Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Rentals:
Type Item/Location Cost Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Fees, Honoraria & Related Expenses:
Event Name Fee/Hon Lodging Meals Transp Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Food Service:
Event Cost Num Participants Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Catered Meetings $500.00 1 We hold one introductory meeting and a movie night each term. These are pub [more] $500 $500 $500 $500 Total: $500 $500 $500 $500

Insurance (Liability/Medical):
Purpose Cost Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Membership Dues:
Organization Cost Num Participants Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Minor Equipment:
Item Cost Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Rocket Parts $1,800.00 Miscellaneous parts for the rockets we are building. Examples: microcontrol [more] $1,800 $1 $1,800 $1,800 Total: $1,800 $1 $1,800 $1,800

Office & Administrative Supplies:
Item Cost Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Business Cards, Flyers, etc. $150.00 Business cards, banners, other office supply products as needed. This is an [more] $150 $150 $150 $150 Total: $150 $150 $150 $150

Postage:
Event Rate Num Pieces Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Misc. Shipping & Handling for Parts $10.00 25 This is an estimate based on the size of previous orders. Actual postage pe [more] $250 $250 $250 $250 Total: $250 $250 $250 $250

Repair/Maintenance:
Item Cost Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Rocket Repair and Maintenance $1,800.00 Misc. services and repairs for the maintenance of our rockets. For example, [more] $1,800 $0 $1,800 $300 Total: $1,800 $0 $1,800 $300

Royalties:
Event Cost Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Security:
Event Num Hours Rate Num Guards Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Telephone:
Type Amount Num Months Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Travel:
Type Destination Purpose Method Transp Meals Lodging Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Student Out of State Black Rock, NV Rocket Launch Car/Van $125.00 $200.00 $175.00 This is an estimate. We will be attending this event in Fall 2008, and do [more] $500 $0 $500 $0 Total: $500 $0 $500 $0

Uniforms:
Item Cost/Unit Num Units Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Capital Outlays:
Item Cost Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Merchandise for Resale:
Item Cost/Unit Num Units Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc T-Shirts $10.00 50 This is an estimate based on the shirts purchased during the 2007-2008 year [more] $500 $500 $500 $500 Total: $500 $500 $500 $500

Shared Expenses:
Organization Purpose Amount Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Other Expenditures:
Item Cost Comments Total Req Init Alloc Appeal Final Alloc Total: $0 $0 $0 $0

Budget Summary (All)

Budget Summary Portland State Aerospace Society 2008-2009 Budget

REVENUE Sales Advertising Sponsorship Merchandise Concessions/Food Tickets/Gate Sales Dues/Membership Fees Rentals Guarantees Gifts/Grants/Development Tuitions/Fees Commissions Other Total Revenue EXPENDITURES Personnel Unclassified Salaries Other Unclassified Wages Classified Salaries Other Classified Wages Graduate Assistants Stipends Student Wages Other Payroll Expenses* Subtotal, Personnel Costs Shared Expenses Services and Supplies Capital Outlay (Equipment) Merchandise for Resale Other Expenditures Internal Sales Reimbursements Total Expenditures STUDENT FEE SUPPORT Total Expenditures Indirect Costs Total Revenue TOTAL SFC SUPPORT

2008-2009 Init Req

$0 $0 $600 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $500 $0 $0 $1,100

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $5,500 $0 $500 $0 $0 $6,000

$6,000 $110 $1,100 $5,010

2008-2009 Init Alloc

$0 $0 $600 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $500 $0 $0 $1,100

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $901 $0 $500 $0 $0 $1,401

$1,401 $18 $1,100 $319

2008-2009 Appeal

$0 $0 $600 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $500 $0 $0 $1,100

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $5,000 $0 $500 $0 $0 $5,500

$5,500 $100 $1,100 $4,500

2008-2009 Final Alloc

$0 $0 $600 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $500 $0 $0 $1,100

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $3,400 $0 $500 $0 $0 $3,900

$3,900 $68 $1,100 $2,868