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FY 2016-17 STATE AID ALLOCATIONS AND BUDGET POLICIES

STATE BOARD OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES DIVISION OF FINANCE AND OPERATIONS AUGUST 19, 2016

Document Revision History Version 1.0

Date Published 8/12/2016

Description Document presented to the State Board

TABLE OF CONTENTS  Purpose Statement ............................................................................................................... 1  Guidelines Related to State Salaries of Community College Employees ................................. 2  A.  Salaries of Faculty, Professional Staff, and Other State‐Supported Positions ...................... 2  B.  Establishment of Minimum Salaries for Curriculum Faculty ................................................ 6  C.  College Presidents’ State Salaries ......................................................................................... 8  D.  Employer Contribution Rates and Longevity – FOR INFORMATION ONLY ......................... 10  E.  Other Personnel‐Related Budget Provisions ...................................................................... 12  III.  Budget Allocations .............................................................................................................. 15  A.  Formula Budget – Current Operating ................................................................................. 17  1.  Curriculum Instruction ................................................................................................ 20  2.  Continuing Education (Occupational Extension) Instruction ...................................... 22  3.  Basic Skills Block Grant ................................................................................................ 24  4.  Institutional & Academic Support ............................................................................... 29  5.  Performance‐Based Funding Allocations .................................................................... 33  6.  Non‐Recurring Compensation Bonus .......................................................................... 36  7.  Non‐Recurring Retirement .......................................................................................... 38  B.  Categorical Allocations ........................................................................................................ 41  1.  Career and Technical Education (Federal) .................................................................. 41  2.  Child Care .................................................................................................................... 44  3.  Small Business Centers ................................................................................................ 46  4.  Customized Training .................................................................................................... 51  5.  Equipment ................................................................................................................... 55  6.  Instructional Resources ............................................................................................... 60  C.  Specific Program Categorical Allocations ............................................................................ 62  D.  Allocation of Management Flexibility Reduction ................................................................ 64  E.  Summary of College Allocations ......................................................................................... 66  IV.  Use of State Funds and Budget Flexibility ........................................................................... 68  A.  Cash Management – FOR INFORMATION ONLY ................................................................. 68  B.  Use of State Funds – FOR INFORMATION ONLY ................................................................. 68  C.  Authority to Use Funds for Campus Security ...................................................................... 69  V.  Tuition and Fees – FOR INFORMATION ONLY ...................................................................... 71  A.  Curriculum Tuition Rates .................................................................................................... 71  B.  Continuing Education Occupational Extension Registration Fees ...................................... 71  C.  Tuition Waivers ................................................................................................................... 71  D.  Estimated Receipts .............................................................................................................. 72  VI.  Other Budget Policy Issues– FOR INFORMATION ONLY ....................................................... 74  Appendix A: Compensation Reserve Allocation Methodology ...................................................... 77  Appendix B: Relevant Excerpts from S.L. 2016‐94 and S.L. 2016‐123 ............................................ 79  Appendix C: Closing the Skills Gap Priority Occupations ............................................................... 96  Appendix D: Tier Designations ..................................................................................................... 97  Appendix E: Performance‐Based Funding Allocation Detail ........................................................ 101  Appendix F: Revised Purpose and Vocational Codes .................................................................. 105  Appendix G: FY 2016‐17 Key Formula Values ............................................................................. 107  Appendix H: FY 2016‐17 Per Capita Rates .................................................................................. 108  I.  II. 

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Purpose Statement G.S. 115D-5(a) provides that “[t]he State Board of Community Colleges may adopt and execute such policies, regulations and standards concerning the establishment, administration, and operation of institutions as the State Board may deem necessary … to provide for the equitable distribution of State and federal funds to the several institutions.” G.S. 115D-31(a) further describes the State Board’s responsibility to provide, “from sources available to the State Board,” financial support to the institutions. On July 14, 2016, the Governor signed the 2016 Appropriations Act into law (S.L. 2016-94). This legislation was subsequently amended by S.L. 2016-123. Through these two pieces of legislation, the General Assembly established the appropriation to the North Carolina Community College System for FY 2016-17. S.L 2016-94, as amended, also communicated various directives and made policy changes that require State Board action. These actions and adjustments are required to ensure appropriate fiscal control with respect to the allocation of resources, and as such require the State Board’s deliberation and approval. It is the purpose of this document to allocate funds to the colleges and adopt necessary policies consistent with S.L. 2016-94, S.L. 2016-123, and in compliance with G.S. 115D-5(a) and G.S. 115D-31. It is the responsibility of the colleges to ensure that State and Federal funds are expended consistent with the policies herein.

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II.

Guidelines Related to State Salaries of Community College Employees  

  A.

Salaries of Faculty, Professional Staff, and Other State‐Supported Positions 

1)

Compensation Increase Reserve Funds (Recurring): The 2016 Appropriations Act  appropriated approximately $17 million in recurring funds into a Compensation  Increase Reserve to support recurring salary increases for community college  employees.1 Per Section 36.17, colleges must use these funds for this purpose,  including associated benefits (FICA and retirement). The amount of recurring funds  appropriated is equivalent to the cost of providing an across‐the‐board salary  increase of 1.5%. While the 2016 Appropriations Act mandates a 1.5% salary  increase for most State employees, Section 36.10.(d) authorizes, but does not  mandate an across‐the‐board salary increase for community college employees.  Colleges have the flexibility to use these funds to provide salary increases through  one or more of the methods listed in #3 below. 

 

  Since these funds are recurring, they have been incorporated into the colleges’  formula and categorical allocations by increasing the base and FTE funding rates  (see Sections III.A.1 –III.A.4 for further descriptions). The cumulative dollar amount  of the formula allocations that is attributable to these compensation increase  reserve funds (excluding associated benefits) is listed for each college on page 5 for  informational and planning purposes. (See Appendix A for more information about  how these figures are calculated.)    2)

Compensation Increase Reserve Funds (Non‐Recurring): The 2016 Appropriations  Act also appropriated approximately $17 million in non‐recurring funds into the  Compensation Increase Reserve to support bonuses for community college  employees.2 Per Section 36.17, colleges must use these funds for this purpose,  including associated benefits (FICA and retirement). This amount is equivalent to the  cost of providing an across‐the‐board bonus of 1.5%. While the 2016 Appropriations  Act mandates a 0.5% bonus for most State employees and provides the equivalent  of 1% for merit bonuses, Section 36.10.(d) authorizes, but does not mandate that  colleges do the same. Colleges have the flexibility to use these funds to provide  bonuses through one or more of methods listed in #3 below. Likewise, colleges have  flexibility to determine when bonuses are awarded.  

  Since these funds are non‐recurring, they have been allocated as a separate  allotment. See Section III.A.6 for further details. Colleges shall budget the funds in  the appropriate purposes based on each college’s determination on how it intends 

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Joint Conference Committee Report on Continuation, Expansion, and Capital Budgets dated June 27, 2016:  Items 32  and 33 on page F‐14. 2 Joint Conference Committee Report on Continuation, Expansion, and Capital Budgets dated June 27, 2016:  Item 33  on page F‐14.

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to award the bonuses.  Colleges may not use more than the amount listed on  page 37 for bonuses.  3)

Allowable Methods of Awarding Compensation Increase Reserve Funds: Section 36.10.(d) provides community college boards of trustees with the flexibility to award salary increases and bonuses through various methods within guidelines adopted by the State Board. Colleges must award Compensation Increase Reserve funds through one or more of the following methods consistent with local policies and/or actions approved by the local board of trustees: a) b) c) d) e)

Merit‐based adjustments, Across‐the‐board adjustments, Recruitment bonuses, Retention/market rate adjustments, and Other adjustments authorized by local policy (i.e. increases for educational attainment, experience, etc.)

The method(s) selected by the college must be implemented consistent with local  policies and/or board of trustee directives.   In addition to colleges increasing pay rates, colleges may also increase base salaries  for retention/market purposes by extending the number of months in the  contractual term (i.e. provide 12‐month vs. 9‐month contracts). This is consistent  with our argument that the salary provided through a nine‐month faculty contract  may not be competitive with the salary provided by a competing employer for 12  months of work. However, Compensation Increase Reserve funds may not be used  to provide stipends or other one‐time adjustments to pay for temporary work  assignments.   4)

Reporting on the Use of Compensation Increase Reserve Funds: Section 36.10.(d) requires the State Board to report to the General Assembly on the use of the Compensation Increase Reserve funds by March 1, 2017. To comply with this reporting requirement, colleges will be required to report to the System Office on how they have expended the amount of funds allocated to it in total from the Compensation Increase Reserve, as presented in the final column on page 5 and in the separate bonus allocation presented in Section III.A.6. A reporting template will be provided to colleges.

5)

Effective Date of Salary Increases: State funds shall be used to support salary adjustments effective on or after July 1, 2016 (including increases retroactive to July 1, 2016). Per Section 36.14.(c), State funds may not be used to provide salary increases to persons separated from college service due to resignation, dismissal, contract non‐renewal, reduction in force, death, or retirement whose last workday was prior to July 1, 2016. Per Section 36.14.(e), payroll checks issued to employees

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on or after July 1, 2016, which represent payment of services provided prior to July  1, 2016, shall not be eligible for salary increases.    Local Flexibility to Make Further Adjustments to Base Salaries: Consistent with  Section 36.10.(c) of S.L. 2016‐94, community college boards of trustees may provide  personnel salary increases consistent with the salary determination methods  adopted as part of each college’s personnel policies under 1C SBCCC 400.94.  Colleges may use the flexibility provided under this rule to make adjustments to the  base salary of employees in State‐funded positions within the constraints of the  college’s State budget allocation, excluding non‐recurring allocations.3  No Across‐the‐Board Recurring Salary Increases in Fourth Quarter:  Notwithstanding the above, colleges may not use State funds to provide across‐the‐ board recurring salary increases during the fourth quarter of the fiscal year.  State Board Minimum and Maximum State Salaries: Per 1C SBCCC 400.94, the State  Board shall adopt a minimum and maximum amount of State funds which may be  paid to any full‐time employee of the college paid with State funds.  With the  exception of the college president, the minimum amount is $24,168 and the  maximum amount is $125,992 for FY 2016‐17. Since the General Assembly  authorized, but did not require colleges to provide across‐the‐board increases, the  minimum value remains the same, while the maximum has been increased by 1.5%  above the FY 2015‐16 level.    Locally‐funded Compensation Adjustments: Colleges may provide recurring or non‐ recurring salary adjustments using local funding sources, if such adjustments are an  authorized use of those funds. 

     

 

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 This flexibility includes the option of using recurring funds ($6,051,722) appropriated for restoring the management  flexibility reduction for compensation increases, as communicated through Section 9.1 of S.L. 2016‐123. 

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM Compensation Increase Reserve FY 2016-17 Curriculum Con Ed (OE) Basic Skills

Inst. & Ac. Support

Categorical

Total Salary

$142,240 $11,885 $11,355 $92,081 $849 $258,410 Alamance CC 227,251 19,152 12,869 141,559 8,240 409,071 Asheville-Buncombe TCC 57,759 8,706 4,012 44,348 1,896 116,721 Beaufort County CC 46,783 7,721 2,271 37,961 849 95,585 Bladen CC 68,963 10,295 3,179 54,995 1,896 139,328 Blue Ridge CC 54,580 10,598 8,176 46,611 849 120,814 Brunswick CC 122,634 19,379 8,478 86,432 849 237,772 Caldwell CC and TI 294,246 22,256 13,399 179,915 6,173 515,989 Cape Fear CC 53,444 10,825 3,558 43,581 849 112,257 Carteret CC 142,165 18,168 6,662 92,848 10,397 270,240 Catawba Valley CC 165,102 21,347 20,439 123,197 849 330,934 Central Carolina CC 550,490 16,881 38,607 338,853 1,896 946,727 Central Piedmont CC 94,776 17,335 3,179 66,239 849 182,378 Cleveland CC 156,548 18,395 5,072 99,808 849 280,672 Coastal Carolina CC 76,457 8,933 4,088 57,890 849 148,217 College of the Albemarle 97,275 15,291 3,709 72,573 849 189,697 Craven CC 124,148 13,172 10,522 88,176 849 236,867 Davidson County CC 147,539 15,670 10,598 100,896 1,896 276,599 Durham TCC 83,346 9,690 5,375 64,014 849 163,274 Edgecombe CC 350,188 63,967 28,463 234,832 5,130 682,580 Fayetteville TCC 275,699 23,240 18,622 163,002 4,544 485,107 Forsyth TCC 175,775 10,295 5,753 115,282 9,634 316,739 Gaston College 373,201 26,268 30,280 235,138 849 665,736 Guilford TCC 46,328 8,100 2,952 38,307 849 96,536 Halifax CC 61,393 7,192 1,817 44,713 849 115,964 Haywood CC 68,357 7,419 3,255 47,056 849 126,936 Isothermal CC 41,257 6,283 1,363 34,420 849 84,172 James Sprunt CC 135,806 18,622 5,148 86,844 849 247,269 Johnston CC 93,944 50,719 11,355 88,979 849 245,846 Lenoir CC 26,949 6,964 3,936 29,073 849 67,771 Martin CC 36,412 13,777 11,582 41,100 849 103,720 Mayland CC 41,105 8,403 3,558 36,190 849 90,105 McDowell TCC 85,011 9,235 5,148 65,401 849 165,644 Mitchell CC 31,794 6,662 2,044 30,168 849 71,517 Montgomery CC 106,283 13,853 4,542 71,040 849 196,567 Nash CC 22,256 4,996 1,968 26,573 849 56,642 Pamlico CC 49,129 17,335 3,936 50,480 849 121,729 Piedmont CC 282,285 21,045 9,917 162,637 9,164 485,048 Pitt CC 94,019 11,506 8,327 66,551 849 181,252 Randolph CC 81,907 14,686 13,929 64,744 849 176,115 Richmond CC 28,615 6,964 2,120 28,891 849 67,439 Roanoke Chowan CC 71,764 19,228 16,654 63,722 849 172,217 Robeson CC 61,393 7,267 2,044 44,695 849 116,248 Rockingham CC 187,963 22,559 12,415 139,297 4,681 366,915 Rowan-Cabarrus CC 47,767 11,809 10,901 45,041 849 116,367 Sampson CC 126,495 12,188 8,630 82,672 849 230,834 Sandhills CC 67,297 20,136 8,176 63,631 1,896 161,136 South Piedmont CC 51,703 20,893 11,052 52,651 849 137,148 Southeastern CC 86,374 16,200 3,407 67,664 849 174,494 Southwestern CC 89,326 14,989 4,012 69,544 849 178,720 Stanly CC 103,179 15,064 5,753 71,186 849 196,031 Surry CC 42,846 7,646 1,363 35,497 849 88,201 Tri-County CC 100,984 14,686 7,646 82,391 849 206,556 Vance-Granville CC 623,465 55,715 46,631 399,496 9,164 1,134,471 Wake TCC 121,801 12,491 7,721 79,581 849 222,443 Wayne CC 70,250 8,630 11,582 52,944 1,896 145,302 Western Piedmont CC 95,458 13,399 8,251 72,810 849 190,767 Wilkes CC 58,592 10,220 4,618 46,739 849 121,018 Wilson CC $7,220,116 $916,350 $526,419 $5,062,959 $114,997 $13,840,841 Total *This is not a separate allotment. This reflects the college detail of salary adjustments made to formula funding. This chart does NOT include benefits.

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B.

Establishment of Minimum Salaries for Curriculum Faculty

No curriculum faculty member shall earn less than the minimum amount for his or her education level, as of the beginning of the contractual period, consistent with the following guidelines: 1.

Definitions of Educational Levels: The minimum salaries for community college curriculum faculty shall be based upon the following educational levels as demonstrated through credentials earned from an accredited institution: 



  

Vocational Diploma, Certificate or Less – This education level includes faculty members who are high school graduates, have vocational diplomas, or have completed one year of college. Associate Degree or Equivalent – This education level includes faculty members who have an associate’s degree or have completed two or more years of college, but have no degree. Bachelor’s Degree. Master’s Degree or Education Specialist. Doctoral Degree.

2.

Full-Time Curriculum Faculty Minimum Salaries: No nine-month, full-time faculty member shall earn less than the minimum salary for his or her education level, regardless of whether their degree is applicable to what they are teaching. Consistent with Section 36.10.(a) of S.L. 2016-94, the minimum salaries for full-time faculty described in #4 below have been increased by 1.5% from FY 2015-16 levels.

3.

Part-Time Curriculum Faculty Minimum Salaries: The pro-rata hourly rate of the minimum salary for each education level shall be used to determine the minimum salary for part-time faculty members. The pro-rata hourly rate of the minimum salary for adjunct faculty is calculated by dividing the full-time faculty minimum by 1560 hours (number of hours for 9/12th of a work year). The FY 2016-17 minimum salaries for part-time faculty are fifteen percent (15%) above these derived minimums based on the minimum salaries for full-time faculty. This is consistent with the 2005 agreement between the System Office and the North Carolina Association of Community College Presidents to recognize work time required outside of direct classroom instruction. The State Board establishes the “contact hour” as the standard unit of measure for the purpose of determining compliance with this requirement.

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4.

Minimum Faculty Salaries by Education Level:  The minimum salaries for  community college curriculum faculty shall be:    Education Level  Full‐Time Faculty  Part‐Time Faculty  (9‐month  (Hourly Rate)  Contract)  Vocational Diploma, Certificate or Less  $35,844  $26.42  Associates Degree or Equivalent     $36,356  $26.80  Bachelor’s Degree  $38,579  $28.44  Master’s Degree or Education Specialist  $40,551  $29.89  Doctoral Degree  $43,394  $31.99 

5.

Effective Date: Colleges must pay curriculum faculty at or above these rates  effective Fall 2016, regardless of whether the college implements an across‐the‐ board salary increase.  

 

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C.

College Presidents’ State Salaries

Per G.S. 115D-20(1), it is the power and duty of the college board of trustees “(t)o elect a president or chief administrative officer of the institution for such term and under such conditions as the trustees may fix, such election to be subject to the approval of the State Board of Community Colleges.” Furthermore, per G.S. 115D-5(a), “(a)ny and all salary caps set by the State Board for community college presidents shall apply only to the State-paid portion of the salary.” Therefore, the amount of local supplement, if any, and the presidents’ total salary is a decision of the local college’s board of trustees. Per 1C SBCCC 400.94.(c), the State Board shall adopt a state salary schedule for presidents in the system. A president’s placement on the schedule is based on the size of the institution.4 The size of the institution is determined by the higher of the previous year’s total FTE reported in the enrollment reports furnished to the System Office, including both budget and non-budget FTE, or the average of the prior two year’s total FTE enrollment. Any changes in college salary grades shall be effective beginning with the August 2016 payroll. The salary for each grade has been increased by 1.5% above FY 2015-16 levels.

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GRADE 2

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0-2499

FTE RANGE 2500-6499

6500+

ANNUAL STATE SALARY $138,254 $147,659 $157,718

In addition to the State salary prescribed by the table above, presidents are authorized, but not mandated to receive a compensation bonus under the parameters outlined in Section II.A. using funds from the allocation found in Section III.A.6.

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Consistent with action taken by State Board in November 2012, if a sitting college president’s State salary on June 30, 2013, exceeds the established salary for his/her salary grade, the college is allocated an amount equal to the State salary as of June 30, 2013 adjusted for any subsequent legislative salary increases and salary grade changes.

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM PRESIDENTS' STATE BUDGETED SALARIES FY 2016-17 BUDGET FTE

COMMUNITY COLLEGES Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC & TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of The Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke-Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC TOTAL

CURR. CON. ED 3,652 356 5,778 576 1,379 231 1,099 210 1,682 307 1,319 296 3,076 512 7,575 651 1,277 303 3,643 540 4,204 625 14,439 515 2,339 482 4,064 533 1,892 257 2,404 440 3,120 385 3,732 468 2,057 272 9,143 1,877 6,996 682 4,498 309 9,702 755 1,069 239 1,494 198 1,659 204 968 174 3,370 527 2,337 1,501 583 192 820 394 931 244 2,154 257 704 185 2,649 401 450 139 1,146 490 7,281 625 2,358 336 2,017 419 636 180 1,740 561 1,476 208 4,865 668 1,127 322 3,199 357 1,644 584 1,216 646 2,103 481 2,217 453 2,590 433 994 207 2,528 431 16,426 1,720 3,045 380 1,722 253 2,332 396 1,438 285 182,358 26,672

NON-BUDGET FTE BASIC SKILLS 324 369 114 65 91 233 242 384 102 191 584 1,104 91 146 117 107 301 303 153 814 532 165 867 85 52 94 38 148 324 112 332 102 147 58 129 56 112 284 239 398 61 477 59 355 313 248 233 317 98 115 164 38 218 1,335 222 332 236 132 15,062

*Salary grade change effective August 1, 2016

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CURR. CON. ED 82 50 170 154 47 17 68 10 42 76 47 47 84 50 447 62 66 30 218 84 74 65 1,050 463 35 31 203 71 56 25 181 21 134 43 195 92 71 18 718 164 216 122 46 63 303 191 25 10 108 32 102 51 13 18 16 55 146 33 14 9 10 11 55 88 155 46 23 14 108 39 4 6 35 11 332 60 56 31 39 17 11 8 40 16 22 27 327 69 17 13 207 49 105 24 56 10 75 21 93 17 53 51 30 23 80 95 744 246 86 33 105 24 43 43 72 17 7,960 3,266

STATE TOTAL INST SALARY FTE SIZE 2016-17 4,464 2 $ 147,659 7,047 3 157,718 1,788 1 138,254 1,452 1 138,254 2,198 1 138,254 1,942 1 138,254 3,964 2 147,659 9,119 3 157,718 1,778 1 138,254 4,676 2 147,659 5,552 2 147,659 17,571 3 174,037 2,978 2 152,552 5,017 2 162,944 2,347 1 139,038 * 3,153 2 147,659 3,983 2 147,659 4,790 2 147,659 2,571 2 147,659 12,716 3 157,718 8,548 3 157,718 5,081 2 156,657 11,818 3 157,718 1,428 1 138,254 1,884 1 138,254 2,110 1 138,254 1,211 1 138,254 4,116 2 147,659 4,341 2 147,659 910 1 138,254 1,567 1 138,254 1,420 1 138,254 2,759 2 147,659 984 1 138,254 3,326 2 147,659 655 1 138,254 1,794 1 138,254 8,582 3 157,718 3,020 2 147,659 2,890 2 147,659 896 1 138,254 2,834 2 147,659 1,792 1 138,254 6,284 2 167,119 * 1,792 1 138,254 4,060 2 162,944 2,590 2 147,659 2,245 1 138,254 2,778 2 147,659 2,895 2 147,659 3,291 2 147,659 1,292 1 138,254 3,352 2 147,659 20,471 3 170,636 3,766 2 147,659 2,436 1 139,038 * 3,050 2 147,659 1,944 1 138,254 235,318 $ 8,523,105

D.

Employer Contribution Rates and Longevity – FOR INFORMATION ONLY

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Employer Contribution Rates for Health Insurance: Per Section 36.20.(a) of S.L. 2016-94, the maximum annual employer contribution rate for FY 2015-16 is $5,471 for non-Medicare-eligible employees and $4,251 for Medicare-eligible employees until further notice. Section 36.24 authorizes the Director of the Budget to reallocate funds appropriated to a statewide Reserve for Future Benefit Needs if he determines that the State Health Plan has adopted sufficient cost-controlling measures. If this determination is made, per Section 36.20.(b), the maximum annual employer contribution rate would increase to $5,659 for non-Medicare-eligible employees and $4,397 for Medicareeligible employees. If and when the Director of the Budget acts on this authority, we will communicate with colleges and anticipate allocating additional funds to cover this increase. In the meantime, colleges should continue to contribute at the same rates that went into effect on January 1, 2016, and be expecting a future communication about contributions rates effective January 1, 2017.

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Employer Contribution Rates for Retirement: Per Section 30.20.(a) of S.L. 2016-94, colleges shall contribute the following rates toward employee retirement effective July 1, 2016. This new rate shall be implemented starting with the July 2016 payroll and remain in effect until further notice. 

Teachers and State Employees Retirement System (TSERS): 16.12%5



NCCCS Presidents participating in Optional Retirement Program: 12.85%

As noted above, if the Director of the Budget determines that the State Health Plan has adopted sufficient cost-control measures, the portion of the employer contribution retirement rate associated with the retiree health benefit will increase. On July 15th, the Department of the State Treasurer published in the Retirement Monitor that the TSERS and ORP employer contribution rates would indeed further increase effective January 1, 2017. However, OSBM has communicated that the Director of the Budget has not yet taken any action that would effectuate this increase. If and when the Director of the Budget acts on this authority, we will communicate with colleges and anticipate allocating additional funds to cover this increase.

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Regarding presidents participating in TSERS: G.S. 115D-5(a) provides that “the employer contribution rate on the local-paid portion of the salary, to be paid from local funds, shall be set by the State Treasurer based on actuarial recommendations.” Unless notified otherwise in the future, colleges should operate under the assumption that the employer contribution rate on the local-paid portion will be the same as the State-paid portion.

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Impact of One‐Time Supplement for Retirees: The FY 2016‐17 budget includes a  one‐time cost‐of‐living supplement for retirees. Consequently, the TSERS employer  contribution retirement rates above are 0.48 percentage points higher for FY 2016‐ 17 than they otherwise would be absent this one‐time supplement. Since the  supplement and the associated increase in the retirement rates are non‐recurring, a  portion of the funds budgeted to support the increased retirement rates were  appropriated on a non‐recurring basis.6     The recurring funds needed to support the recurring increase in the retirement rates  above have been incorporated into the formula values. The additional funds  needed to support the non‐recurring increase in the retirement rates associated  with the one‐time supplement for retirees is being allotted as a separate allocation.  See Section III.A.7 for further details.    3.

Longevity:  Under S.L. 2016‐94, as amended, the General Assembly did not make  any changes to longevity pay for community college employees. Colleges should  continue to pay longevity to employees consistent with 1C SBCCC 400.98. Please  note that consistent with this rule, longevity pay is calculated on an employee's  annual base or contract salary rate. Therefore, any bonuses shall not be included in  longevity calculations. Longevity must be paid from the same funding source as an  employee’s salary. Funds will be allocated separately for longevity expenses  associated with employees supported by formula funds. Note that these funds may  not be used to support longevity expenses related to employees supported by  categorical funds. 

 

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 Joint Conference Committee Report on Continuation, Expansion, and Capital Budgets dated June 27, 2016:  Item 35  on page F‐14. 

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E.

Other Personnel‐Related Budget Provisions    

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Mitigate Bonus Leave: Section 38.19 of S.L. 2016‐94 authorizes State agencies,  departments, institutions, the NC Community College System, and UNC to offer  employees the opportunity to cash in special bonus leave benefits that have accrued  if all of the following requirements are met:   

Employee participation is voluntary.  Special leave that is liquidated for cash payment must be valued at the amount  based on the employee’s current annual salary rate.   Each agency shall collect and report demographic information on the employees  who opt in to use or cash in special leave. An interim report is due by March 1,  2017 and a final report by September 1, 2017.      Colleges are not required to offer employees this option. If the option is made  available, each participating college may determine locally the amount of funding  available to support bonus leave buyouts within its overall funding availability.  Participating colleges must identify procedures that, at minimum, address the  following issues:    

Ensures that all applicable employees are made aware of this opportunity.  Establishes a clear process for how employees can submit a request to cash in  their desired number of bonus leave hours.  Provides a fair and impartial method for fulfilling requests to the extent possible  if requests exceed funding availability (for example, a college may determine  that it only has enough funding availability to cash in X% of each request  submitted). 

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Extend Voluntary Shared Leave to Community College Employees: Section 36.19  authorizes the State Board to adopt rules consistent with the State Human Resource  Commission to allow any employee at a community college to share leave  voluntarily with a nonfamily member who is an employee of a community college. A  community college employee may not donate more than five days of sick leave per  year to any one nonfamily community college employee. The combined total of sick  leave donated to a community college employee from nonfamily community college  employee donors shall not exceed 20 days per year. Donated sick leave shall not be  used for retirement purposes. State Board of Community College Code is currently  being drafted to adopt the rules required under this provision.    

3.

Qualified Excess Benefit Arrangement (QEBA): Under federal tax law, a retiree is  permitted to receive pension benefits up to a set annual allowable limit determined  by the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 415(b). In 2013, the General Assembly  established a fund to pay for the remaining portion of the pension benefit, the  Qualified Excess Benefit Arrangement (QEBA). Section 36.23.(a) amends G.S. 135‐ 151 to require the last employer of a TSERS member who retires on or after      1212

August 1, 2016, and who receives any supplemental benefit payment to reimburse  the QEBA in the amount of any supplemental benefit payment made to that TSERS  member. The reimbursement amount shall be calculated on an annual basis every  calendar year. For purposes of calculating the reimbursement amount, the Board of  Trustees may include a pro‐rata share of direct costs attributable to the  administration of QEBA. The employer shall have 60 calendar days from the date of  notification of the reimbursement amount owed to pay the amount in full or the  employer shall be assessed a penalty, in lieu of interest, of 1% per month, or fraction  thereof, that the payment is made beyond the due date.     Per Section 36.23.(c), no member of TSERS who became a member of the  Retirement System on or after January 1, 2015, is eligible to participate in QEBA.  However, if a college anticipates that a college employee who became a member of  TSERS prior to January 1, 2015, is likely to retire and receive an annual TSERS benefit  (note this is different the an employee’s Average Final Compensation) above the  amounts in the following table, please contact the System Office for more  information about this potential liability.     Age at Retirement  Abbreviated Table of IRS Section 415(b) Limits for 20157  50  $95,096  51  $101,145  52  $107,659  53  $114,681  54  $122,256  55  $130,437  56  $139,270  57  $148,807  58  $159,129  59  $170,316  60  $182,463  61  $195,662  62+  $210,000           

 

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 This table is provided for illustrative purposes only to help colleges identify a potential liability. A final determination  depends on multiple factors and can only be made at retirement. 

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III. BUDGET ALLOCATIONS NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM SUMMARY OF BUDGET ALLOCATIONS FY 2016-17 System Total Curriculum Occupational Extension Basic Skills Total Budget FTE: Instruction: Curriculum: Base Tier 1A Tier 1B Tier 2 Total Occupational Extension: Base Tier 1A Tier 1B Tier 2 Tier 3 Total Basic Skills Block Grant

182,358 26,672 15,062 224,092

30,046.4 45,291.0 107,020.6

FTE @ FTE @ FTE @

$ $ $

4,269.73 3,777.07 3,284.41

$ $ $ $

23,414,716 128,290,021 171,067,218 351,499,579 $ 674,271,534

604.5 1,829.0 10,489.4 13,749.0

FTE @ FTE @ FTE @ FTE @

$ $ $ $

4,269.73 3,777.07 3,284.41 2,791.75

15,062.0 FTE @ $ 3,284.41 Federal Performance-Based Allotment State Performance-Based Allotment

$ $ $ $ $

$ $ $

3,902,472 2,581,129 6,908,279 34,451,594 38,383,896 $

86,227,370

$

60,241,607

49,469,783 4,771,824 6,000,000

Total Total Instruction

$

820,740,511

Total Institutional and Academic Support

$

476,538,549

Performance-Based Funding (excluding Basic Skills PBF)

$

18,000,000

NR Compensation Bonus Allotment

$

17,130,812

NR Retirement Rate Increase Allotment

$

4,432,245

Total Formula Allotment

$ 1,336,842,117

Institutional and Academic Support: President's Allotment: President's Salary Base Allotment - First 750 FTE MCC Allotment

Enrollment Allotment @

30 6

MCC(s) @ MCC(s) @

180,697 $

$ $

526,119 880,926

1,736 per FTE above 750

$

10,723,157

$ $ $

131,056,274 15,783,570 5,285,556

$

313,689,992

Categorical Allocations Career and Technical Education Allotment - Basic Grant (Federal) Child Care Small Business Centers Customized Training - Business & Industry Support Equipment Instructional Resources

$ $ $ $ $ $

10,157,016 1,838,215 6,259,150 2,992,500 54,962,762 2,500,000

Specific Program Categorical Allocations Marine Technology (Cape Fear CC) Manufacturing Solutions Center (Catawba Valley CC) Botanical Lab (Fayetteville Tech CC) NC Military Business Center (Fayetteville TCC) Innovation Quarters (Forsyth TCC) Center for Applied Textile Technology (Gaston College) NC Research Campus (Rowan Cabarrus CC) Truck Driver Training Program (Caldwell CC & TI)

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

713,573 881,481 200,000 1,148,137 300,000 667,425 3,406,161 150,000

Total Categorical Allocations

$

86,176,420

Management Flexibility Reduction

$

(46,785,765)

Net Allocations:

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$ 1,376,232,772

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM STATEWIDE COLLEGE ALLOTMENT COMPARISON 2015-16 vs. 2016-17

FY2015-16 Budget FTE Curriculum Occupational Extension Basic Skills Total Budget FTE

FY2016-17

Change +/(-) 1

% Change

184,773 27,615 17,226 229,614

182,358 26,672 15,062 224,092

(2,415) (943) (2,164) (5,522)

-1.3% -3.4% -12.6% -2.4%

671,747,679 87,716,304 66,481,553 476,831,464 18,000,000 14,617,201 $1,335,394,201

674,271,534 86,227,370 60,241,607 476,538,549 18,000,000 17,130,812 4,432,245 $1,336,842,117

2,523,855 (1,488,934) (6,239,946) (292,915) 0 2,513,611 4,432,245 $1,447,916

0.4% -1.7% -9.4% -0.1% 0.0% 17.2% 100.0% 0.1%

10,549,111 1,838,215 6,181,700 2,990,000 56,462,762 2,500,000

10,157,016 1,838,215 6,259,150 2,992,500 54,962,762 2,500,000

(392,095) 0 77,450 2,500 (1,500,000) 0

-3.7% 0.0% 1.3% 0.1% -2.7% 0.0%

Specific Program Categorical Allocations Marine Technology (Cape Fear CC) Manufacturing Solutions Center (Catawba Valley CC) Botanical Lab (Fayetteville Tech CC) NC Military Business Center (Fayetteville TCC) Innovation Quarters (Forsyth TCC) Center for Applied Textile Technology (Gaston) NC Research Campus (Rowan Cabarrus CC) Truck Driver Training Program (Caldwell CC & TI) Total Categorical Allocations

705,258 866,584 200,000 1,141,357 300,000 662,319 3,402,245 150,000 $87,949,551

713,573 881,481 200,000 1,148,137 300,000 667,425 3,406,161 150,000 $86,176,420

8,315 14,897 0 6,780 0 5,106 3,916 0 ($1,773,131)

1.2% 1.7% 0.0% 0.6% 0.0% 0.8% 0.1% 0.0% -2.0%

Management Flexibility Reduction (Negative Reserve)

(59,233,302)

(46,785,765)

12,447,537

-21.0%

$12,122,322 $200

0.9% 3.4%

Formula Allocations Curriculum Continuing Education Basic Skills (including Basic Skills PBF) Institutional Support Performance-Based Funding (excluding Basic Skills PBF) NR Compensation Bonus NR Retirement Rate Increase Total Current Operating Categorical Allocations Career and Technical Educ. Allotment - Basic Grant (federal) Child Care Small Business Centers Customized Training - Business and Industry Support Equipment Instructional Resources

TOTAL ALLOCATION: Total Allocation per FTE

$1,364,110,450 $5,940.89

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$1,376,232,772 $6,141.37

Allocations reflecting an increase/(decrease) in the difference column indicate a legislative action, a change in FTE, and/or a change due to the increase in employer contribution rates for retirment benefits.

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A. Formula Budget – Current Operating    The formula budget is the primary mechanism through which State funds are allocated to the  colleges for current operations.  For FY 2016‐17, a total of $1,336,842,117 is allocated through  the current operating formula budget. Funds are allocated using three methodologies: 1) base  allocations, which provide a standard amount of support regardless of college size, 2)  enrollment allocations, which vary based on a college’s budgeted full‐time equivalent (FTE)  student enrollment, and 3) performance‐based allocations, which are determined based on  student outcomes. While each component of the formula budget uses a combination of these  methodologies, enrollment is the key driver for colleges’ formula budgets.        Budget FTE    Budget FTE is the number of full‐time equivalent students for which a college is budgeted to  serve. For FY 2016‐17, system‐wide budget FTE totals 224,092. Budget FTE is calculated based  on the higher of the prior year’s enrollment or the average of the prior two years.     Instructional FTE allocations are calculated on a tiered‐funding basis. With the implementation  of the Closing the Skills Gap proposal in FY 2014‐15, there are four funding tiers.      Tier 1A: Includes curriculum budget FTE in health care and technical education courses  that train North Carolinians for immediate employment in priority occupations that  have documented skills gaps and pay higher wages (see Appendix C). This tier also  includes FTE in a limited number of continuing education (OE) courses that train  students for the exact same third‐party certification as curriculum courses in Tier 1A.   

Tier 1B: Includes curriculum budget FTE in other high cost areas of health care, technical  education, lab‐based science, and college‐level math courses. With the implementation  of Closing the Skills Gap, Tier 1B also includes FTE in short‐term, workforce continuing  education courses that help prepare students for jobs in priority occupations and lead to  competency‐based industry credentials.   



Tier 2: Includes a) all other curriculum budget FTE, b) all Basic Skills budget FTE, and c)  budget FTE associated with other continuing education (OE) courses that are scheduled  for 96 hours or more and are mapped to a third‐party credential, certification, or  industry‐designed curriculum.  



Tier 3: Includes all other continuing education (OE) budget FTE.  

This weighted allocation model is designed to provide a funding differential between each tier.  Tier 1A is funded at a level equal to 30% higher than Tier 2, while Tier 1B is funded at a level  that is 15% higher than Tier 2. Tier 3 is funded at a rate that is 15% less than Tier 2 (See  Appendix D for more detailed information on tier designations).         1717

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 2016-17 BUDGET FTE Curriculum Non-Curric Basic Skills Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC TOTAL

3,652 5,778 1,379 1,099 1,682 1,319 3,076 7,575 1,277 3,643 4,204 14,439 2,339 4,064 1,892 2,404 3,120 3,732 2,057 9,143 6,996 4,498 9,702 1,069 1,494 1,659 968 3,370 2,337 583 820 931 2,154 704 2,649 450 1,146 7,281 2,358 2,017 636 1,740 1,476 4,865 1,127 3,199 1,644 1,216 2,103 2,217 2,590 994 2,528 16,426 3,045 1,722 2,332 1,438 182,358

356 576 231 210 307 296 512 651 303 540 625 515 482 533 257 440 385 468 272 1,877 682 309 755 239 198 204 174 527 1,501 192 394 244 257 185 401 139 490 625 336 419 180 561 208 668 322 357 584 646 481 453 433 207 431 1,720 380 253 396 285 26,672

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324 369 114 65 91 233 242 384 102 191 584 1,104 91 146 117 107 301 303 153 814 532 165 867 85 52 94 38 148 324 112 332 102 147 58 129 56 112 284 239 398 61 477 59 355 313 248 233 317 98 115 164 38 218 1,335 222 332 236 132 15,062

Total 4,332 6,723 1,724 1,374 2,080 1,848 3,830 8,610 1,682 4,374 5,413 16,058 2,912 4,743 2,266 2,951 3,806 4,503 2,482 11,834 8,210 4,972 11,324 1,393 1,744 1,957 1,180 4,045 4,162 887 1,546 1,277 2,558 947 3,179 645 1,748 8,190 2,933 2,834 877 2,778 1,743 5,888 1,762 3,804 2,461 2,179 2,682 2,785 3,187 1,239 3,177 19,481 3,647 2,307 2,964 1,855 224,092

>750 3,582 5,973 974 624 1,330 1,098 3,080 7,860 932 3,624 4,663 15,308 2,162 3,993 1,516 2,201 3,056 3,753 1,732 11,084 7,460 4,222 10,574 643 994 1,207 430 3,295 3,412 137 796 527 1,808 197 2,429 0 998 7,440 2,183 2,084 127 2,028 993 5,138 1,012 3,054 1,711 1,429 1,932 2,035 2,437 489 2,427 18,731 2,897 1,557 2,214 1,105 180,697

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 2016-17 BUDGET FTE BY TIER

College Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC Total FTE

Curriculum BFTE Tier 1A Tier 1B Tier 2 442.9 939.3 2,269.8 1,049.8 1,660.0 3,068.2 317.8 267.3 794.0 220.9 260.1 617.9 337.8 357.7 986.5 152.1 402.4 764.5 575.1 750.7 1,750.2 1,408.8 1,690.5 4,475.7 189.7 404.0 683.4 546.0 762.5 2,334.5 748.9 972.3 2,482.7 1,595.9 4,254.0 8,589.1 404.3 726.3 1,208.5 405.5 982.9 2,675.5 304.9 442.7 1,144.4 453.6 659.2 1,291.2 459.1 989.3 1,671.6 571.6 1,127.7 2,032.6 379.0 489.6 1,188.4 1,315.6 2,083.7 5,743.8 1,637.9 1,540.7 3,817.3 636.6 1,258.3 2,603.1 1,682.6 1,984.2 6,035.2 313.6 176.6 578.9 256.8 321.0 916.2 366.5 315.7 976.8 174.7 167.7 625.6 757.3 920.1 1,692.6 371.3 642.4 1,323.3 139.5 88.6 354.9 206.6 169.0 444.4 244.3 221.8 465.0 173.3 602.5 1,378.2 121.3 226.1 356.6 537.0 578.1 1,533.8 119.0 131.1 199.9 234.1 355.3 556.6 1,356.7 1,492.1 4,432.2 441.7 386.7 1,529.6 364.3 502.5 1,150.2 120.4 93.7 421.9 355.2 456.7 928.1 325.9 297.6 852.5 655.1 1,112.0 3,097.9 221.8 252.4 652.8 462.0 908.9 1,828.1 264.8 421.6 957.5 277.0 296.1 642.9 450.6 597.5 1,055.0 406.9 500.1 1,310.0 444.3 573.3 1,572.4 199.6 256.5 537.9 465.4 538.9 1,523.7 1,710.5 4,685.3 10,030.3 623.9 705.7 1,715.3 252.9 495.7 973.5 563.4 566.2 1,202.4 232.3 229.8 975.9 30,046.4 45,291.0 107,020.6 16% 25% 59%

Subtotal 3,652.0 5,778.0 1,379.0 1,099.0 1,682.0 1,319.0 3,076.0 7,575.0 1,277.0 3,643.0 4,204.0 14,439.0 2,339.0 4,064.0 1,892.0 2,404.0 3,120.0 3,732.0 2,057.0 9,143.0 6,996.0 4,498.0 9,702.0 1,069.0 1,494.0 1,659.0 968.0 3,370.0 2,337.0 583.0 820.0 931.0 2,154.0 704.0 2,649.0 450.0 1,146.0 7,281.0 2,358.0 2,017.0 636.0 1,740.0 1,476.0 4,865.0 1,127.0 3,199.0 1,644.0 1,216.0 2,103.0 2,217.0 2,590.0 994.0 2,528.0 16,426.0 3,045.0 1,722.0 2,332.0 1,438.0 182,358.0

Tier 1A 0.0 6.2 37.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 136.5 0.0 0.0 2.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.4 30.4 2.8 11.7 0.0 4.3 45.7 5.9 92.8 0.0 0.0 10.4 0.0 40.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.8 0.0 13.4 0.0 1.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 81.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.9 13.4 11.9 4.0 39.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.3 604.5 2%

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Con Ed (OE) BFTE Tier 1B Tier 2 6.4 117.9 28.4 187.6 26.1 42.8 1.0 139.0 0.9 104.2 41.4 127.7 24.0 179.3 102.4 226.1 47.9 99.3 7.7 266.5 9.0 377.6 42.0 98.8 150.4 138.9 31.3 283.8 6.7 90.5 40.0 120.5 38.1 115.8 7.7 163.5 6.3 164.0 61.1 1,295.0 28.9 249.9 0.0 55.3 13.3 297.1 1.1 52.2 1.3 108.6 0.0 98.2 1.5 81.2 25.8 264.3 53.2 946.4 14.7 78.5 61.6 129.0 7.1 62.1 22.5 112.7 16.1 43.2 34.5 137.3 6.4 19.0 136.0 113.6 0.0 348.7 15.9 123.2 103.4 87.8 33.8 102.0 88.6 185.6 0.2 71.9 77.4 233.7 0.0 57.2 26.8 117.0 97.6 205.3 29.5 138.0 50.6 144.0 32.9 86.0 35.3 180.8 7.8 94.7 22.6 178.1 80.4 516.2 0.0 94.8 8.4 61.1 14.0 162.1 1.3 114.1 1,829.0 10,489.4 7% 39%

Tier 3 231.7 353.8 124.3 70.1 201.9 126.9 172.2 322.5 155.9 263.6 238.4 374.3 192.7 217.8 159.3 249.1 228.4 285.1 101.7 516.6 357.4 247.8 351.8 185.7 88.1 95.4 91.2 196.8 501.4 98.8 203.4 174.8 118.0 125.7 215.7 113.6 238.8 276.3 196.9 227.8 44.2 286.8 135.9 356.9 183.6 213.2 281.1 478.5 286.5 330.2 203.5 92.6 226.3 1,083.7 285.2 183.5 220.0 165.4 13,749.0 52%

Subtotal 356.0 576.0 231.0 210.0 307.0 296.0 512.0 651.0 303.0 540.0 625.0 515.0 482.0 533.0 257.0 440.0 385.0 468.0 272.0 1,877.0 682.0 309.0 755.0 239.0 198.0 204.0 174.0 527.0 1,501.0 192.0 394.0 244.0 257.0 185.0 401.0 139.0 490.0 625.0 336.0 419.0 180.0 561.0 208.0 668.0 322.0 357.0 584.0 646.0 481.0 453.0 433.0 207.0 431.0 1,720.0 380.0 253.0 396.0 285.0 26,672.0

Basic Skills BFTE Tier 2 324.0 369.0 114.0 65.0 91.0 233.0 242.0 384.0 102.0 191.0 584.0 1,104.0 91.0 146.0 117.0 107.0 301.0 303.0 153.0 814.0 532.0 165.0 867.0 85.0 52.0 94.0 38.0 148.0 324.0 112.0 332.0 102.0 147.0 58.0 129.0 56.0 112.0 284.0 239.0 398.0 61.0 477.0 59.0 355.0 313.0 248.0 233.0 317.0 98.0 115.0 164.0 38.0 218.0 1,335.0 222.0 332.0 236.0 132.0 15,062.0

Total 4,332.0 6,723.0 1,724.0 1,374.0 2,080.0 1,848.0 3,830.0 8,610.0 1,682.0 4,374.0 5,413.0 16,058.0 2,912.0 4,743.0 2,266.0 2,951.0 3,806.0 4,503.0 2,482.0 11,834.0 8,210.0 4,972.0 11,324.0 1,393.0 1,744.0 1,957.0 1,180.0 4,045.0 4,162.0 887.0 1,546.0 1,277.0 2,558.0 947.0 3,179.0 645.0 1,748.0 8,190.0 2,933.0 2,834.0 877.0 2,778.0 1,743.0 5,888.0 1,762.0 3,804.0 2,461.0 2,179.0 2,682.0 2,785.0 3,187.0 1,239.0 3,177.0 19,481.0 3,647.0 2,307.0 2,964.0 1,855.0 224,092.0

1. Curriculum Instruction   

 

Purpose:  A total of $674,271,534 is allocated for curriculum instruction, including  instructional salaries, fringe benefits, and other costs, such as supplies, materials, and  faculty travel.    Allocation Method:  Curriculum budget FTE equals the average curriculum FTE enrollment  of the past two years or the latest year, whichever is greater, excluding any self‐supporting  FTE.  Effective Summer 2015, G.S. 115D‐5(v) authorizes colleges to earn curriculum budget  FTE for all courses during the summer term, except those offered on a self‐supporting basis.  Therefore, FY 2016‐17 curriculum budget FTE is the higher of 2015‐16 FTE (authorized FTE  in Summer 2015, Fall 2015, and Spring 2016) or the average of 2015‐16 FTE and 2014‐15  FTE (Summer 2014 Tier 1A/1B and Developmental8, Fall 2014 and Spring 2015).     A college’s curriculum budget FTE is categorized into three funding tiers based on the  proportion of the college’s actual FTE in each tier.  Tier 1A includes curriculum budget FTE in  health care and technical education courses that train North Carolinians for immediate  employment in priority occupations that have documented skills gaps and pay higher  wages. Tier 1B includes FTE in other high‐cost health care, technical education, lab‐based  science, and college‐level math courses.  Tier 2 includes FTE in all other curriculum courses.  (See Appendix D for more information about tier designations.) System‐wide 16% of  curriculum FTE are in Tier 1A, 25% in Tier 1B, and 59% are in Tier 2.     Each college receives a base curriculum allocation of $403,702 which represents funding for  six instructional units (or the equivalent of six full‐time faculty members).  In addition to this  base, a college is allocated $4,269.73 for each BFTE in Tier 1A, $3,777.07 in Tier 1B, and  $3,284.41 for each BFTE in Tier 2. These tier values have been adjusted from FY 2015‐16  levels to account for the legislative adjustments, the compensation reserve funds, and  changes in employer contribution rates for retirement.9    Fiscal Management:  These funds are budgeted and expended through the following codes:   Purpose codes:  220    Vocational code:  97, 20, consistent with the Accounting Procedures Manual     

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 Developmental education includes courses with the following prefixes: DMA, DMS, DRE, MAT <100, ENG <100, and  RED <100.   9  Joint Conference Committee Report on Continuation, Expansion, and Capital Budgets dated June 27, 2016:  Items 32,  33, and 35, on page F‐14 and Item 37 on page F 15. 

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM CURRICULUM FY 2016-17

College Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC Total

CU Base $403,702 $403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 403,702 $23,414,716

Tier 1A $4,269.73 $1,890,866 4,482,418 1,356,874 943,391 1,442,299 649,532 2,455,537 6,015,083 809,809 2,331,333 3,197,694 6,813,884 1,726,114 1,731,582 1,301,945 1,936,682 1,960,331 2,440,759 1,618,028 5,617,050 6,993,546 2,718,201 7,184,342 1,338,784 1,096,396 1,565,063 745,983 3,233,380 1,585,231 595,590 882,248 1,042,949 740,129 517,996 2,292,945 508,026 999,597 5,792,654 1,885,836 1,555,663 514,249 1,516,739 1,391,489 2,797,099 947,126 1,972,538 1,130,779 1,182,519 1,923,830 1,737,168 1,897,130 852,077 1,987,306 7,303,171 2,664,021 1,079,711 2,405,408 991,891 $128,290,021

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Tier 1B $3,777.07 $3,547,935 6,270,068 1,009,435 982,470 1,350,967 1,519,983 2,835,612 6,385,270 1,525,749 2,880,023 3,672,626 16,067,676 2,743,108 3,712,604 1,672,018 2,490,003 3,736,506 4,259,509 1,849,359 7,870,260 5,819,476 4,752,577 7,494,542 666,995 1,212,515 1,192,405 633,521 3,475,303 2,426,519 334,661 638,332 837,633 2,275,646 853,994 2,183,696 495,138 1,342,026 5,635,736 1,460,772 1,897,953 353,889 1,724,923 1,124,041 4,200,090 953,383 3,433,031 1,592,548 1,118,575 2,256,662 1,889,029 2,165,251 968,917 2,035,325 17,696,545 2,665,581 1,872,167 2,138,618 868,022 $171,067,218

Tier 2 $3,284.41 $7,454,990 10,077,070 2,607,681 2,029,559 3,240,162 2,510,771 5,748,219 14,700,005 2,244,523 7,667,402 8,154,304 28,210,245 3,969,142 8,787,503 3,758,678 4,240,744 5,490,275 6,675,987 3,903,255 18,864,843 12,537,662 8,549,674 19,821,930 1,901,204 3,009,165 3,208,067 2,054,587 5,559,241 4,346,239 1,165,654 1,459,491 1,527,140 4,526,465 1,171,162 5,037,730 656,640 1,828,033 14,557,256 5,023,758 3,777,596 1,385,579 3,048,217 2,799,985 10,174,785 2,143,942 6,004,244 3,144,914 2,111,538 3,464,928 4,302,619 5,164,463 1,766,723 5,004,442 32,943,585 5,633,883 3,197,234 3,949,260 3,205,186 $351,499,579

CU TOTAL $13,297,493 21,233,258 5,377,692 4,359,122 6,437,130 5,083,988 11,443,070 27,504,060 4,983,783 13,282,460 15,428,326 51,495,507 8,842,066 14,635,391 7,136,343 9,071,131 11,590,814 13,779,957 7,774,344 32,755,855 25,754,386 16,424,154 34,904,516 4,310,685 5,721,778 6,369,237 3,837,793 12,671,626 8,761,691 2,499,607 3,383,773 3,811,424 7,945,942 2,946,854 9,918,073 2,063,506 4,573,358 26,389,348 8,774,068 7,634,914 2,657,419 6,693,581 5,719,217 17,575,676 4,448,153 11,813,515 6,271,943 4,816,334 8,049,122 8,332,518 9,630,546 3,991,419 9,430,775 58,347,003 11,367,187 6,552,814 8,896,988 5,468,801 $674,271,534

2. Continuing Education (Occupational Extension) Instruction Purpose: A total of $86,227,370 is allocated for occupational extension instruction, including instructional salaries, fringe benefits, and other costs, such as supplies, materials, and faculty travel. Allocation Method: Continuing Education (Occupational Extension) budget FTE equals the average of the past two years (spring, summer, and fall) or the latest year, whichever is greater. A college’s continuing education (OE) budget FTE is categorized into four funding tiers based on the proportion of the college’s actual FTE in each tier. Tier 1A includes FTE in a limited number of continuing education (OE) courses that train students for the exact same third-party certification as curriculum courses in Tier 1A. Tier 1B includes FTE in short‐ term, workforce continuing education courses that help prepare students for jobs in priority occupations and lead to competency‐based industry credentials. Tier 2 includes FTE in other continuing education (OE) courses that are scheduled for 96 hours or more and are mapped to a third-party credential, certification, or industry-designed curriculum (see Appendix D for a list of continuing education courses in Tier 2). Tier 3 includes FTE in all other continuing education (OE) courses. Each college receives a base continuing education (OE) allocation of $67,284, which represents funding for one instructional unit (or the equivalent of one full-time faculty member). In addition to this base, a college is allocated $4,269.73 for each BFTE in Tier 1A, $3,777.07 in Tier 1B, $3,284.41 in Tier 2, and $2,791.75 in Tier 3. These tier values have been adjusted from FY 2015-16 levels to account for legislative adjustments, the compensation reserve funds, and changes in employer contribution rates for retirement.10 Fiscal Management: These funds are budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: 310, 311  Vocational code: 97

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Joint Conference Committee Report on Continuation, Expansion, and Capital Budgets dated June 27, 2016: Items 32, 33, and 35 on page F-14 and Item 37 on page F 15.

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM CONTINUING EDUCATION FY 2016-17

College Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC Total

CE Base $67,284 $67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 67,284 $3,902,472

Tier 1A $4,269.73 $0 26,483 161,262 0 0 0 582,756 0 0 9,233 0 0 0 0 1,873 129,649 11,939 49,969 0 18,306 195,327 25,191 396,316 0 0 44,501 0 171,480 0 0 0 0 16,379 0 57,230 0 6,717 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 346,754 0 0 0 0 16,676 57,297 50,905 17,211 169,469 0 0 0 18,206 $2,581,129

Tier 1B $3,777.07 $24,177 107,390 98,538 3,656 3,484 156,281 90,590 386,834 180,852 28,944 33,900 158,567 567,971 118,387 25,404 151,223 143,810 29,053 23,843 230,717 109,032 0 50,275 4,101 4,868 0 5,809 97,270 200,950 55,420 232,632 26,818 84,797 60,926 130,396 24,268 513,802 0 60,237 390,720 127,621 334,511 612 292,174 0 101,276 368,622 111,276 190,995 124,158 133,316 29,638 85,209 303,615 0 31,848 52,692 4,774 $6,908,279

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Tier 2 $3,284.41 $387,359 616,110 140,683 456,408 342,172 419,403 589,022 742,533 326,022 875,430 1,240,210 324,351 456,202 932,137 297,195 395,692 380,261 536,877 538,562 4,253,442 820,916 181,540 975,828 171,339 356,796 322,581 266,759 868,171 3,108,473 257,978 423,586 203,838 370,245 141,816 451,081 62,278 372,946 1,145,191 404,497 288,256 334,907 609,676 236,220 767,569 187,720 384,183 674,255 453,254 472,854 282,522 593,809 310,884 584,990 1,695,373 311,504 200,556 532,320 374,812 $34,451,594

Tier 3 $2,791.75 $646,738 987,663 347,040 195,618 563,646 354,353 480,716 900,355 435,108 735,998 665,608 1,044,851 538,046 608,183 444,862 695,487 637,501 796,047 283,955 1,442,188 997,892 691,870 982,027 518,559 245,892 266,226 254,725 549,289 1,399,685 275,772 567,956 488,102 329,386 350,898 602,273 317,180 666,794 771,431 549,683 635,932 123,516 800,699 379,444 996,500 512,657 595,243 784,805 1,335,956 799,735 921,846 568,089 258,450 631,769 3,025,525 796,086 512,301 614,115 461,625 $38,383,896

CE TOTAL $1,125,558 1,804,930 814,807 722,966 976,586 997,321 1,810,368 2,097,006 1,009,266 1,716,889 2,007,002 1,595,053 1,629,503 1,725,991 836,618 1,439,335 1,240,795 1,479,230 913,644 6,011,937 2,190,451 965,885 2,471,730 761,283 674,840 700,592 594,577 1,753,494 4,776,392 656,454 1,291,458 786,042 868,091 620,924 1,308,264 471,010 1,627,543 1,983,906 1,081,701 1,382,192 653,328 1,812,170 683,560 2,123,527 1,114,415 1,147,986 1,894,966 1,967,770 1,530,868 1,412,486 1,419,795 717,161 1,386,463 5,261,266 1,174,874 811,989 1,266,411 926,701 $86,227,370

3. Basic Skills Block Grant    Purpose:  A total of $60,241,607 is allocated through the Basic Skills Block Grant to support  basic skills (literacy) instruction, which is defined as all course offerings related to Adult  Basic Education (ABE), Adult Secondary Education (ASE), and English as a Second Language  (ESL).     Per G.S. 115D‐31(b1), Basic Skills funds must be used only for Basic Skills education  programs and may not be transferred to any other area.  These funds may be used to hire  assessment and retention specialists; these funds may also be used to pay for  transportation of Basic Skills students.  Up to 5% of the federal portion of the Basic Skills  block grant may be used for support of administrative functions (such as Director of Basic  Skills programs, clerical, etc.).11     Up to five percent of the Basic Skills Block Grant may be used to procure instructional  technology including computers for student use in the college’s literacy lab, instructional  software and software licenses, scanners for testing, and classroom projection equipment.   No other equipment or capital items can be purchased with Basic Skills funds.    If funds are transferred to equipment (purpose code 923), the college must send in a copy  of the invoice when the funds are expended.  Allocation Method:  Basic Skills budget FTE equals the average of the past two years  (spring, summer, and fall) or the latest year, whichever is greater. Basic Skills FTE are  reported on a contact hour basis.  A college’s Basic Skills Block Grant allocation is  determined by the sum of the following components:  



FTE allocation – Basic Skills FTE are funded at the Tier 2 rate. A college is allocated  $3,284.41 for each BFTE in Tier 2. The FTE allocation is supported through a  combination of Federal and State funds. These tier 2 values have been adjusted from  FY 2015‐16 levels to account for legislative adjustments, including the compensation  reserve funds and changes in employer contribution rates for retirement.12    Federal Performance‐Based Funding allocation:  After allocating FTE funds, the  remaining federal funds are allocated to colleges based on their pro‐rata share of  HSE/AHS Diplomas awarded.   In FY 2016‐17, colleges receive an additional $648.43  per HSE/AHS diploma awarded. 

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 In cases where the 5% limitation is too restrictive to allow for adequate planning, administration, personnel  development, and interagency coordination, the college may request that the System Office to review its situation in  order to determine an adequate level of funds to be used for non‐instructional purposes.  12  Joint Conference Committee Report on Continuation, Expansion, and Capital Budgets dated June 27, 2016:  Items 32,  33, and 35 on page F‐14 and Item 37 on page F 15. 

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  State Performance‐Based Funding allocation: In FY 2016‐17, $6 million of the Basic  Skills Block Grant is allocated based on college performance on two measures:     o Progress of Basic Skills Students as Defined by Educational Functioning  Level ‐ $3 million dollars are allocated for this measure through the “Quality”  and “Impact” components of the PBF model.   o HSE/AHS Diplomas Attainment – $3 million dollars are allocated for this  measure through the “Impact” component only of the PBF model.  For FY 2016‐17, “Impact” is the only component available due to the deletion  of this performance measure in S.L 2016‐94, amending G.S. 115D‐31.3.  The  deletion of this measure was recommended due to the significant changes  with high school equivalency assessments that prevented the establishment  of reliable baseline and excellence levels, which are necessary to allocate  funds through the “Quality” component of the model. 

  Basic Skills Plus:  Section 10.3 of S.L. 2013‐360 gives approved colleges the flexibility to  bridge the gap between basic skills and curriculum and continuing education by providing  employability skills, job‐specific occupational and/or technical skills, and developmental  education free of charge to Basic Skills students concurrently pursuing a high school  diploma.  Specifically, the legislation enables the State Board of Community Colleges to  authorize a community college to use up to 20% of its State Basic Skills allocation to  implement pathways programs for basic skills students.  Only colleges that receive State  Board approval are allowed this flexibility. Once a college receives State Board approval that  approval remains in force unless the State Board or the General Assembly takes further  action impacting that approval.    Indirect Costs:  Per the U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) and the Office of Career,  Technical and Adult Education, colleges may be authorized to earn an indirect cost  maximum of 8% of your actual expenses incurred from the 5% administrative cost  maximum.  The System Office will be sending individual notices to colleges to provide  additional information.     Fiscal Management:  These funds are budgeted and expended through the following codes:   Purpose codes:  current – 321, 322, 323, 324, 325 (the 5% of the federal portion that  is used for support of administrative functions), 320 (Basic Skills Plus – approved  colleges only); capitalized equipment – 923 (instructional technology only)   Vocational code:  97     Each college can track their Federal and State expenditures separately, but is not required.  If a college does not track which funding source is being used throughout the fiscal year, the  assumption is that federal funds are spent first.  All federal funds must be fully expended  on or before June 30, 2017.      2425

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FTE Allocation

College

Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC & TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of The Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke-Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC TOTAL

2016-17 BFTE

324 369 114 65 91 233 242 384 102 191 584 1,104 91 146 117 107 301 303 153 814 532 165 867 85 52 94 38 148 324 112 332 102 147 58 129 56 112 284 239 398 61 477 59 355 313 248 233 317 98 115 164 38 218 1,335 222 332 236 132 15,062

Federal FTE State FTE Allocation Allocation Subtotal Fed + State = Tier 2: $3284.41 $473.96 $2,810.45 $153,563 $910,586 $1,064,149 174,891 1,037,056 $1,211,947 54,031 320,391 $374,422 30,807 182,679 $213,486 43,130 255,751 $298,881 110,433 654,835 $765,268 114,698 680,129 $794,827 182,001 1,079,213 $1,261,214 48,344 286,666 $335,010 90,526 536,796 $627,322 276,793 1,641,303 $1,918,096 523,252 3,102,736 $3,625,988 43,130 255,751 $298,881 69,198 410,326 $479,524 55,453 328,823 $384,276 50,714 300,718 $351,432 142,662 845,945 $988,607 143,610 851,566 $995,176 72,516 429,999 $502,515 385,804 2,287,706 $2,673,510 252,147 1,495,159 $1,747,306 78,203 463,724 $541,927 410,924 2,436,660 $2,847,584 40,287 238,888 $279,175 24,646 146,143 $170,789 44,552 264,182 $308,734 18,010 106,797 $124,807 70,146 415,947 $486,093 153,563 910,586 $1,064,149 53,084 314,770 $367,854 157,355 933,069 $1,090,424 48,344 286,666 $335,010 69,672 413,136 $482,808 27,490 163,006 $190,496 61,141 362,548 $423,689 26,542 157,385 $183,927 53,084 314,770 $367,854 134,605 798,168 $932,773 113,277 671,697 $784,974 188,636 1,118,559 $1,307,195 28,912 171,437 $200,349 226,079 1,340,585 $1,566,664 27,964 165,817 $193,781 168,256 997,710 $1,165,966 148,350 879,671 $1,028,021 117,542 696,992 $814,534 110,433 654,835 $765,268 150,245 890,913 $1,041,158 46,448 275,424 $321,872 54,505 323,202 $377,707 77,729 460,914 $538,643 18,010 106,797 $124,807 103,323 612,678 $716,001 632,737 3,751,950 $4,384,687 105,219 623,920 $729,139 157,355 933,069 $1,090,424 111,855 663,266 $775,121 62,564 370,978 $433,542 $7,138,790 $42,330,993 $49,469,783

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HSE/ AHS Diplomas Awarded $648.43 137 173 71 45 154 50 98 216 78 105 159 502 41 116 122 67 186 143 100 275 232 153 156 59 49 92 18 113 110 55 146 59 148 42 47 23 103 93 76 160 31 131 95 160 149 81 159 94 99 80 80 32 250 666 200 147 119 14 7,359

Federal Performance Allocation

88,835 112,179 46,039 29,180 99,859 32,422 63,547 140,062 50,578 68,086 103,101 325,514 26,586 75,218 79,109 43,445 120,609 92,726 64,843 178,319 150,437 99,210 101,156 38,258 31,773 59,656 11,672 73,273 71,328 35,664 94,671 38,258 95,968 27,234 30,476 14,914 66,789 60,304 49,281 103,749 20,101 84,945 61,601 103,749 96,617 52,523 103,101 60,953 64,195 51,875 51,875 20,750 162,108 431,857 129,687 95,320 77,164 9,075 4,771,824

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5%

State Basic Skills Performance-Based Allocation

College

PBF - BS Student Progress

PBFHSE/AHS Attainment

Prior Year PBF GED Attainment

Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC & TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of The Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke-Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC TOTAL

$48,737 68,069 14,172 16,775 22,477 36,284 19,397 63,759 10,095 37,911 144,806 290,751 18,133 151,160 23,516 22,262 82,514 103,840 50,608 161,361 98,611 45,521 56,076 10,987 13,969 9,583 15,228 75,255 78,811 16,562 25,994 26,846 14,014 14,437 12,238 9,016 15,552 58,923 29,889 64,563 3,838 74,758 25,641 45,597 43,797 13,457 59,111 43,984 33,408 17,092 17,013 6,825 44,989 315,750 91,514 26,903 35,022 22,599 $3,000,000

$55,850 70,526 28,944 18,345 62,780 20,383 39,951 88,055 31,798 42,805 64,819 204,647 16,714 47,289 49,735 27,313 75,826 58,296 40,766 112,108 94,578 62,373 63,596 24,052 19,976 37,505 7,338 46,066 44,843 22,422 59,519 24,052 60,334 17,122 19,160 9,376 41,989 37,913 30,982 65,226 12,638 53,404 38,728 65,226 60,742 33,021 64,819 38,320 40,359 32,613 32,613 13,045 101,916 271,504 81,533 59,927 48,512 5,708 $3,000,000

$30,660 140,815 9,890 25,296 61,276 46,249 64,192 63,928 37,163 64,182 81,916 187,766 10,155 36,898 48,604 47,582 72,522 39,805 61,330 66,078 59,299 63,642 105,790 6,154 57,748 37,174 17,680 3,641 107,892 24,939 41,252 34,900 32,453 24,654 9,453 9,971 45,790 32,210 17,415 60,114 2,366 27,101 38,070 59,391 20,758 27,672 61,951 64,166 55,486 20,943 69,157 21,850 93,669 239,238 86,226 43,975 44,503 35,000 $3,000,000

Difference

$25,190 ($70,289) $19,054 ($6,951) $1,504 ($25,866) ($24,241) $24,127 ($5,365) ($21,377) ($17,097) $16,881 $6,559 $10,391 $1,131 ($20,269) $3,304 $18,491 ($20,564) $46,030 $35,279 ($1,269) ($42,194) $17,898 ($37,772) $331 ($10,342) $42,425 ($63,049) ($2,517) $18,267 ($10,848) $27,881 ($7,532) $9,707 ($595) ($3,801) $5,703 $13,567 $5,112 $10,272 $26,303 $658 $5,835 $39,984 $5,349 $2,868 ($25,846) ($15,127) $11,670 ($36,544) ($8,805) $8,247 $32,266 ($4,693) $15,952 $4,009 ($29,292) $0

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Phase-In Adjustment

Revised PBFHSE/AHS Attainment

($12,595) 35,145 (9,527) 3,476 (752) 12,933 12,121 (12,064) 2,683 10,689 8,549 (8,441) (3,280) (5,196) (566) 10,135 (1,652) (9,246) 10,282 (23,015) (17,640) 635 21,097 (8,949) 18,886 (166) 5,171 (21,213) 31,525 1,259 (9,134) 5,424 (13,941) 3,766 (4,854) 298 1,901 (2,852) (6,784) (2,556) (5,136) (13,152) (329) (2,918) (19,992) (2,675) (1,434) 12,923 7,564 (5,835) 18,272 4,403 (4,124) (16,133) 2,347 (7,976) (2,005) 14,648 $0

$43,255 $105,671 $19,417 $21,821 $62,028 $33,316 $52,072 $75,991 $34,481 $53,494 $73,368 $196,206 $13,434 $42,093 $49,169 $37,448 $74,174 $49,050 $51,048 $89,093 $76,938 $63,008 $84,693 $15,103 $38,862 $37,339 $12,509 $24,853 $76,368 $23,681 $50,385 $29,476 $46,393 $20,888 $14,306 $9,674 $43,890 $35,061 $24,198 $62,670 $7,502 $40,252 $38,399 $62,308 $40,750 $30,346 $63,385 $51,243 $47,923 $26,778 $50,885 $17,448 $97,792 $255,371 $83,880 $51,951 $46,507 $20,356 $3,000,000

Total Basic Skills Block Grant

$1,244,976 $1,497,866 $454,050 $281,262 $483,245 $867,290 $929,843 $1,541,026 $430,164 $786,813 $2,239,371 $4,438,459 $357,034 $747,995 $536,070 $454,587 $1,265,904 $1,240,792 $669,014 $3,102,283 $2,073,292 $749,666 $3,089,509 $343,523 $255,393 $415,312 $164,216 $659,474 $1,290,656 $443,761 $1,261,474 $429,590 $639,183 $253,055 $480,709 $217,531 $494,085 $1,087,061 $888,342 $1,538,177 $231,790 $1,766,619 $319,422 $1,377,620 $1,209,185 $910,860 $990,865 $1,197,338 $467,398 $473,452 $658,416 $169,830 $1,020,890 $5,387,665 $1,034,220 $1,264,598 $933,814 $485,572 $60,241,607

Admin Cost Maximum

$12,120 $14,354 $5,004 $2,999 $7,149 $7,143 $8,912 $16,103 $4,946 $7,931 $18,995 $42,438 $3,486 $7,221 $6,728 $4,708 $13,164 $11,817 $6,868 $28,206 $20,129 $8,871 $25,604 $3,927 $2,821 $5,210 $1,484 $7,171 $11,245 $4,437 $12,601 $4,330 $8,282 $2,736 $4,581 $2,073 $5,994 $9,745 $8,128 $14,619 $2,451 $15,551 $4,478 $13,600 $12,248 $8,503 $10,677 $10,560 $5,532 $5,319 $6,480 $1,938 $13,272 $53,230 $11,745 $12,634 $9,451 $3,582 $595,531

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM FY 2016‐17 BASIC SKILLS PERFORMANCE‐BASED FUNDING Basic Skills Student Progress College Alamance CC Asheville‐Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan‐Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri‐County CC Vance‐Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC

Quality 25,737 41,725 8,358 11,115 13,884 24,964 8,643 40,090 6,956 22,115 99,270 179,920 12,988 108,711 14,254 13,463 54,986 63,295 33,937 98,691 60,535 28,953 17,589 6,253 9,493 3,563 10,649 51,844 52,878 9,410 13,182 17,893 4,444 9,137 6,218 6,135 8,760 37,261 16,357 41,049 1,626 48,723 17,460 25,273 26,869 3,990 35,854 28,394 22,346 10,969 7,957 3,583 28,678 208,675 62,957 17,333 20,049 15,240 1,880,681

HSE/AHS Diplomas Attainment

Impact Total PBF$ 23,000 48,737 26,344 68,069 5,814 14,172 5,660 16,775 8,593 22,477 11,320 36,284 10,754 19,397 23,669 63,759 3,139 10,095 15,796 37,911 45,536 144,806 110,831 290,751 5,145 18,133 42,449 151,160 9,262 23,516 8,799 22,262 27,528 82,514 40,545 103,840 16,671 50,608 62,670 161,361 38,076 98,611 16,568 45,521 38,487 56,076 4,734 10,987 4,476 13,969 6,020 9,583 4,579 15,228 23,411 75,255 25,933 78,811 7,152 16,562 12,812 25,994 8,953 26,846 9,570 14,014 5,300 14,437 6,020 12,238 2,881 9,016 6,792 15,552 21,662 58,923 13,532 29,889 23,514 64,563 2,212 3,838 26,035 74,758 8,181 25,641 20,324 45,597 16,928 43,797 9,467 13,457 23,257 59,111 15,590 43,984 11,062 33,408 6,123 17,092 9,056 17,013 3,242 6,825 16,311 44,989 107,075 315,750 28,557 91,514 9,570 26,903 14,973 35,022 7,359 22,599 1,119,319 3,000,000

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Impact Total PBF$ 55,850 55,850 70,526 70,526 28,944 28,944 18,345 18,345 62,780 62,780 20,383 20,383 39,951 39,951 88,055 88,055 31,798 31,798 42,805 42,805 64,819 64,819 204,647 204,647 16,714 16,714 47,289 47,289 49,735 49,735 27,313 27,313 75,826 75,826 58,296 58,296 40,766 40,766 112,108 112,108 94,578 94,578 62,373 62,373 63,596 63,596 24,052 24,052 19,976 19,976 37,505 37,505 7,338 7,338 46,066 46,066 44,843 44,843 22,422 22,422 59,519 59,519 24,052 24,052 60,334 60,334 17,122 17,122 19,160 19,160 9,376 9,376 41,989 41,989 37,913 37,913 30,982 30,982 65,226 65,226 12,638 12,638 53,404 53,404 38,728 38,728 65,226 65,226 60,742 60,742 33,021 33,021 64,819 64,819 38,320 38,320 40,359 40,359 32,613 32,613 32,613 32,613 13,045 13,045 101,916 101,916 271,504 271,504 81,533 81,533 59,927 59,927 48,512 48,512 5,708 5,708 3,000,000 3,000,000

Basic Skills Total PBF $ 104,587 138,595 43,116 35,120 85,257 56,667 59,348 151,814 41,893 80,716 209,625 495,398 34,847 198,449 73,251 49,575 158,340 162,136 91,374 273,469 193,189 107,894 119,672 35,039 33,945 47,088 22,566 121,321 123,654 38,984 85,513 50,898 74,348 31,559 31,398 18,392 57,541 96,836 60,871 129,789 16,476 128,162 64,369 110,823 104,539 46,478 123,930 82,304 73,767 49,705 49,626 19,870 146,905 587,254 173,047 86,830 83,534 28,307 6,000,000

4. Institutional & Academic Support Purpose: A total of $476,538,549 is allocated to support salaries, fringe benefits, and other costs related to the management and administration of the entire institution, student support, and academic program support. Allocation Method: A college’s institutional and academic support allocation is determined by the sum of the following components: 

President’s Allotment: Each college receives an allocation to support the salary and related fringe benefits for the college president (see Section IIC).



Base Allotment: In addition, each college receives $2,259,591. This amount is based on an amount for other costs and support for 30 positions: o Nine administrative positions (4.0 senior administrators, 1.0 general institution, 1.0 technical/paraprofessional, and 3.0 clerical); and o Twenty-one instructional support positions (2.0 supervisors of programs, 7.0 student support services, 4.0 general institution, 4.0 technical/ paraprofessional, and 4.0 clerical).



Multi-Campus Base Allotment: MCCs are categorized into two levels based on the number of FTE (higher of prior year’s FTE or the average of the prior two years’ FTE) served at that location: o Level 1 MCC: An approved MCC location that serves equal to or less than 1200 FTE. A college receives $526,119 for each Level 1 MCC. This amount is based on an amount for other costs and support for 7.5 positions. o Level 2 MCC: An approved MCC location that serves more than 1200 FTE. A college receives $880,926 for each Level 2 MCC. This amount is based on an amount for other costs and support for 12 positions.



Enrollment Allotment: Colleges receive an additional $1,736 for each allotted budget FTE in excess of 750 FTE.

These formula values have been adjusted from FY 2015-16 levels to account for legislative adjustments, the compensation reserve funds, and changes in employer contribution rates for retirement.13 Fiscal Management: These funds are budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: 1XX, 311, 410, 421, 422, 430, 510  Vocational code: 97 13

Joint Conference Committee Report on Continuation, Expansion, and Capital Budgets dated June 27, 2016: Items 32, 33, and 35 on page F-14 and Items 37 and 38 on page F 15.

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM INSTITUTIONAL AND ACADEMIC SUPPORT FY 2016-17 College Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC Total

Presidents' $185,712 197,490 174,700 174,700 174,700 174,700 185,712 197,490 174,700 185,712 185,712 216,598 191,441 203,609 175,618 185,712 185,712 185,712 185,712 197,490 197,490 196,248 197,490 174,700 174,700 174,700 174,700 185,712 185,712 174,700 174,700 174,700 185,712 174,700 185,712 174,700 174,700 197,490 185,712 185,712 174,700 185,712 174,700 208,497 174,700 203,609 185,712 174,700 185,712 185,712 185,712 174,700 185,712 212,615 185,712 175,618 185,712 174,700 $10,723,157

Base $2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 2,259,591 $131,056,274

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Enrollment $6,218,352 10,369,128 1,690,864 1,083,264 2,308,880 1,906,128 5,346,880 13,644,960 1,617,952 6,291,264 8,094,968 26,574,688 3,753,232 6,931,848 2,631,776 3,820,936 5,305,216 6,515,208 3,006,752 19,241,824 12,950,560 7,329,392 18,356,464 1,116,248 1,725,584 2,095,352 746,480 5,720,120 5,923,232 237,832 1,381,856 914,872 3,138,688 341,992 4,216,744 0 1,732,528 12,915,840 3,789,688 3,617,824 220,472 3,520,608 1,723,848 8,919,568 1,756,832 5,301,744 2,970,296 2,480,744 3,353,952 3,532,760 4,230,632 848,904 4,213,272 32,517,016 5,029,192 2,702,952 3,843,504 1,918,280 $313,689,992

Multi-Campus 526,119 526,119 526,119 880,926 1,052,238 2,985,402 526,119 526,119 526,119 526,119 526,119 526,119 1,052,238 1,407,045 526,119 526,119 1,933,164 526,119 526,119 526,119 1,052,238 2,814,090 526,119 $21,069,126

Total $8,663,655 13,352,328 4,125,155 3,517,555 5,269,290 4,340,419 8,318,302 16,982,967 4,052,243 8,736,567 11,592,509 32,036,279 6,204,264 9,395,048 5,593,104 6,792,358 8,276,638 9,486,630 5,978,174 22,225,024 15,407,641 10,837,469 22,220,590 3,550,539 4,159,875 4,529,643 3,180,771 8,165,423 8,368,535 2,672,123 3,816,147 3,349,163 6,110,110 2,776,283 6,662,047 2,434,291 4,692,938 15,372,921 6,234,991 6,063,127 2,654,763 5,965,911 4,158,139 13,320,820 4,191,123 7,764,944 5,941,718 4,915,035 6,325,374 6,504,182 6,675,935 3,283,195 7,710,813 37,803,312 7,474,495 5,138,161 6,814,926 4,352,571 $476,538,549

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM Multi-Campus FTE and Allotment FY 2016-17 Community College

2-Year Average FTE

Campus

Campus Allotment

Total Allotment

Asheville-Buncombe TCC Woodfin Campus

348

$526,119

$526,119

Blue Ridge CC

Transylvania Campus

290

526,119

$526,119

Caldwell CC

Watauga Cty. Campus

869

526,119

526,119

Cape Fear CC

North Campus

2,182

880,926

880,926

Central Carolina CC

Chatham Cty. Campus Harnett Cty. Campus

314 507

526,119 526,119

1,052,238

888 2,058 718 315 924

526,119 880,926 526,119 526,119 526,119

2,985,402

College of The Albemarle Dare Cty. Campus

170

526,119

526,119

Craven CC

Havelock Campus

447

526,119

526,119

Davidson Co. CC

Davie Campus

330

526,119

526,119

Durham TCC

Orange County Center

374

526,119

526,119

Edgecombe CC

Rocky Mount Campus

593

526,119

526,119

Fayetteville Tech. CC

Spring Lake Campus

527

526,119

526,119

Gaston College

Lincoln Cty. Campus Kimbrell Campus

452 123

526,119 526,119

1,052,238

Greensboro Campus High Point Campus

1,476 736

880,926 526,119

1,407,045

Mitchell CC

Mooresville Campus

491

526,119

526,119

Piedmont CC

Caswell Campus

189

526,119

526,119

Rowan-Cabarrus CC

Cabarrus Cty. Campus Cloverleaf Plaza Campus Hwy 29 Campus

1,368 173 331

880,926 526,119 526,119

1,933,164

South Piedmont CC

West Campus

1,125

526,119

526,119

Southwestern CC

Macon Cty. Campus

362

526,119

526,119

Stanly CC

Western Stanly Campus

470

526,119

526,119

Vance-Granville CC

Franklin Cty. Campus Granville Cty. Campus

358 367

526,119 526,119

1,052,238

1,418 4,220 614 495

880,926 880,926 526,119 526,119

2,814,090

247

526,119

526,119

26,521 $ 21,069,126

$ 21,069,126

Central Piedmont CC

Guilford TCC

Wake TCC

Wilkes CC

North Campus Levine Campus Harper Campus Harris Campus Cato Campus

Health Sciences Campus Northeast Campus West Campus Public Safety Training Campus Ashe Cty. Campus

TOTAL

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5. Performance-Based Funding Allocations Purpose: G.S. 115D-31.3 directs the State Board to implement a system of accountability measures and performance standards for community colleges and to allocate funds based on an evaluation of each institution’s performance. Furthermore, the General Assembly directed the State Board to allocate $24 million beginning in FY 2014-15 based on college performance: $18 million is allocated in this section and $6 million is allocated as part of the Basic Skills Block Grant. Allocation Method: In FY 2016-17, this component is based on college performance on six performance measures: 1) success rate in college-level English courses, 2) success rate in college-level Math courses, 3) progress of first-year curriculum students, 4) curriculum student retention and graduation, 5) attainment of licensure and certifications by students, and 6) performance of students who transfer to a four-year institution. In addition, a portion of the Basic Skills Block Grant is allocated based on college performance on the remaining two performance measures: 7) progress of basic skills students and 8) high school equivalency/adult high school diploma attainment (impact component only). For each measure, colleges are allocated $3 million through two components:  Quality: Program quality is evaluated by determining a college's rate of student success on each measure as compared to a system-wide performance baseline level and excellence level. o If a college does not meet the baseline level, it receives no performancebased funding through the quality component for that measure; o If a college exceeds the baseline level, but does not meet the excellence level, it receives a portion of the performance-based funding for which it would be eligible; o If a college meets the excellence level, it receives 100% of the performancebased funding for which it would be eligible; and, o If a college exceeds the excellence level, it would receive more than 100% of the performance-based funding for which it would be eligible. 

Impact: Program impact on student outcomes is evaluated by the number of students succeeding on each measure.

Additional detail on the quality and impact calculations for each measure can be found in Appendix E. Fiscal Management: These funds may be budgeted and expended flexibly for the same purposes as other instructional and non-instructional formula funds.  Purpose codes: 1XX, 220, 310, 311, 321, 322, 323, 324, 410, 421, 422, 430, 510  Vocational code: 97, 20

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM FY 2016‐17 PERFORMANCE‐BASED FUNDING (excluding Basic Skills PBF)

College Alamance CC Asheville‐Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan‐Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri‐County CC Vance‐Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC

 Student Success Rate in            College‐Level English Courses  Quality Impact Total PBF$ 56,615 14,776 71,391 31,965 13,288 45,253 9,498 4,974 14,472 8,223 3,122 11,345 13,134 4,720 17,854 22,836 5,627 28,463 37,242 11,146 48,388 121,041 31,404 152,445 15,119 4,066 19,185 78,746 19,096 97,842 23,557 9,766 33,323 248,087 67,781 315,868 7,590 4,647 12,237 77,380 18,878 96,258 27,171 8,749 35,920 41,752 11,327 53,079 68,864 16,591 85,455 47,078 14,377 61,455 14,387 4,937 19,324 48,300 23,888 72,188 105,643 28,390 134,033 79,940 21,565 101,505 103,605 34,272 137,877 11,554 3,667 15,221 11,621 3,703 15,324 24,897 6,426 31,323 2,797 1,852 4,649 47,021 13,505 60,526 7,694 5,664 13,358 2,076 1,888 3,964 5,018 1,924 6,942 14,372 3,848 18,220 39,396 12,924 52,320 6,132 1,888 8,020 21,453 8,314 29,767 2,283 1,307 3,590 9,125 2,432 11,557 50,531 18,080 68,611 50,314 12,888 63,202 22,013 7,261 29,274 1,801 1,561 3,362 10,729 5,990 16,719 32,626 8,895 41,521 90,169 23,925 114,094 9,880 4,066 13,946 37,572 12,162 49,734 23,122 8,423 31,545 6,833 3,703 10,536 17,486 5,809 23,295 26,659 8,386 35,045 44,942 12,307 57,249 19,014 4,611 23,625 30,030 10,964 40,994 198,598 59,177 257,775 53,665 14,885 68,550 40,632 10,129 50,761 36,962 9,584 46,546 9,899 3,776 13,675 2,306,689 693,311 3,000,000

Student Success Rate in             College‐Level Math Courses  Quality Impact Total PBF$ 56,336 14,259 70,595 63,237 17,087 80,324 26,827 7,220 34,047 8,921 2,888 11,809 17,125 4,934 22,059 27,244 6,317 33,561 79,723 17,929 97,652 148,162 35,257 183,419 12,087 3,369 15,456 56,035 14,861 70,896 46,266 12,515 58,781 287,350 71,778 359,128 22,202 6,378 28,580 69,334 17,208 86,542 24,617 7,581 32,198 28,687 8,544 37,231 47,733 12,695 60,428 49,399 13,778 63,177 6,478 3,068 9,546 49,070 20,276 69,346 83,422 23,344 106,766 56,473 16,546 73,019 67,989 24,969 92,958 1,641 1,624 3,265 11,061 3,309 14,370 8,999 3,429 12,428 6,247 2,106 8,353 57,248 14,560 71,808 11,423 5,174 16,597 10,767 3,008 13,775 7,991 2,226 10,217 19,641 4,633 24,274 47,434 13,237 60,671 6,092 1,745 7,837 46,336 11,732 58,068 7,419 1,985 9,404 6,770 1,925 8,695 52,767 16,606 69,373 36,196 10,048 46,244 31,135 8,243 39,378 0 782 782 12,311 5,234 17,545 27,019 7,521 34,540 44,475 14,981 59,456 18,082 4,994 23,076 31,327 10,048 41,375 11,206 5,415 16,621 8,147 3,309 11,456 21,567 6,017 27,584 39,353 9,988 49,341 52,242 13,056 65,298 4,810 2,046 6,856 0 4,272 4,272 213,542 58,000 271,542 47,986 13,176 61,162 40,590 9,927 50,517 53,786 12,274 66,060 15,848 4,394 20,242 2,346,175 653,825 3,000,000

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 First Year Progresssion  Quality Impact Total PBF$ 50,689 22,569 73,258 57,488 23,646 81,134 8,661 6,071 14,732 14,501 7,442 21,943 27,289 9,694 36,983 26,106 10,281 36,387 38,313 17,184 55,497 108,076 48,615 156,691 12,721 7,197 19,918 69,125 27,416 96,541 69,104 28,738 97,842 192,965 97,670 290,635 33,902 15,226 49,128 55,386 21,884 77,270 24,574 11,652 36,226 24,506 10,771 35,277 55,349 21,933 77,282 25,032 19,142 44,174 9,369 6,756 16,125 10,479 37,991 48,470 77,512 39,998 117,510 63,430 28,444 91,874 34,000 47,146 81,146 2,107 4,994 7,101 19,626 9,106 28,732 27,737 10,722 38,459 8,248 3,378 11,626 75,016 28,395 103,411 15,489 10,673 26,162 7,719 3,427 11,146 5,165 3,231 8,396 11,696 4,015 15,711 36,719 16,694 53,413 6,893 3,868 10,761 17,213 13,904 31,117 7,956 2,791 10,747 17,107 7,246 24,353 2,379 28,591 30,970 41,136 17,674 58,810 11,769 8,127 19,896 1,939 2,301 4,240 0 8,127 8,127 11,912 8,910 20,822 34,885 31,088 65,973 10,127 5,434 15,561 28,792 19,044 47,836 19,554 10,820 30,374 10,286 7,490 17,776 20,832 8,812 29,644 22,243 11,162 33,405 38,147 16,107 54,254 13,778 7,099 20,877 30,728 13,904 44,632 184,517 99,090 283,607 39,250 16,597 55,847 32,737 12,876 45,613 27,897 12,778 40,675 22,773 11,110 33,883 1,952,949 1,047,051 3,000,000

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM FY 2016‐17 PERFORMANCE‐BASED FUNDING (excluding Basic Skills PBF)

College Alamance CC Asheville‐Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan‐Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri‐County CC Vance‐Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC

Licensure and Certification       Curriculum Completion Passing Rates  Quality Impact Total PBF$ Quality Impact Total PBF$ 20,875 34,071 54,946 34,316 16,547 50,863 52,368 44,347 96,715 90,529 30,060 120,589 4,288 11,380 15,668 11,780 9,376 21,156 0 6,276 6,276 10,921 8,733 19,654 0 15,380 15,380 22,742 12,778 35,520 7,734 10,138 17,872 9,135 10,847 19,982 25,746 29,105 54,851 16,347 14,800 31,147 64,302 54,623 118,925 100,908 35,024 135,932 1,037 11,518 12,555 16,289 10,939 27,228 52,544 41,381 93,925 40,769 18,385 59,154 47,999 43,657 91,656 57,809 22,890 80,699 54,609 93,384 147,993 87,893 32,174 120,067 59,480 35,933 95,413 36,852 15,903 52,755 53,252 32,691 85,943 90,835 26,291 117,126 20,304 20,484 40,788 28,436 12,502 40,938 20,946 19,587 40,533 38,351 18,845 57,196 47,575 31,312 78,887 42,802 16,547 59,349 3,542 22,070 25,612 54,366 19,672 74,038 990 11,311 12,301 610 8,273 8,883 55,447 56,072 111,519 125,032 43,021 168,053 82,674 64,141 146,815 101,145 34,656 135,801 25,193 41,243 66,436 87,115 28,773 115,888 42,166 72,555 114,721 97,364 41,183 138,547 7,006 11,242 18,248 5,692 7,630 13,322 2,675 12,690 15,365 11,395 7,998 19,393 12,201 16,001 28,202 27,321 10,939 38,260 28,189 15,311 43,500 8,317 4,872 13,189 18,697 26,553 45,250 42,238 19,396 61,634 17,211 21,518 38,729 50,484 35,575 86,059 5,943 7,104 13,047 0 3,309 3,309 14,275 13,587 27,862 19,379 6,803 26,182 4,583 11,311 15,894 28,624 8,917 37,541 41,439 32,622 74,061 20,759 9,928 30,687 6,353 6,759 13,112 5,022 3,401 8,423 23,067 23,104 46,171 8,572 13,697 22,269 10,084 5,793 15,877 1,105 919 2,024 16,150 18,966 35,116 0 3,769 3,769 35,293 35,864 71,157 57,739 26,291 84,030 28,298 24,277 52,575 30,024 13,329 43,353 20,506 14,277 34,783 3,719 5,424 9,143 17,215 9,104 26,319 0 4,229 4,229 14,048 17,311 31,359 9,016 11,031 20,047 21,336 21,518 42,854 18,687 9,193 27,880 12,529 40,347 52,876 43,944 27,945 71,889 21,325 12,001 33,326 16,843 7,446 24,289 36,951 29,036 65,987 57,495 18,109 75,604 18,070 35,792 23,680 10,663 34,343 17,722 2,021 12,345 14,366 8,958 7,170 16,128 17,356 17,035 34,391 31,199 10,847 42,046 30,070 21,311 51,381 36,586 14,340 50,926 18,584 18,553 37,137 55,659 17,006 72,665 16,048 10,621 26,669 3,857 6,527 10,384 6,725 28,139 34,864 25,455 15,811 41,266 78,834 91,452 170,286 126,770 37,690 164,460 55,556 29,725 85,281 39,388 15,260 54,648 18,511 20,001 38,512 18,776 7,078 25,854 23,593 22,484 46,077 34,760 13,881 48,641 22,879 14,965 37,844 12,264 9,285 21,549 1,466,344 1,533,656 3,000,000 2,086,073 913,927 3,000,000 *Excludes Basic Skills PBF, which is embedded in Basic Skills Block Grant

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College Transfer Performance Quality Impact Total PBF$ 41,841 12,062 53,903 122,270 28,745 151,015 13,263 3,995 17,258 465 2,271 2,736 26,060 5,718 31,778 9,441 5,639 15,080 54,174 15,743 69,917 106,640 33,366 140,006 8,362 2,820 11,182 76,608 18,328 94,936 32,115 8,851 40,966 195,312 73,703 269,015 35,457 10,182 45,639 67,736 16,291 84,027 45,228 10,339 55,567 32,309 8,302 40,611 42,021 12,532 54,553 44,313 13,237 57,550 20,351 4,543 24,894 101,185 23,341 124,526 79,590 27,178 106,768 38,649 13,237 51,886 69,325 31,016 100,341 2,023 2,115 4,138 16,754 3,603 20,357 26,660 7,284 33,944 7,433 2,506 9,939 40,822 13,628 54,450 22,419 7,832 30,251 3,282 1,175 4,457 7,627 1,958 9,585 9,426 2,428 11,854 39,279 12,767 52,046 3,537 783 4,320 23,708 9,086 32,794 6,085 1,097 7,182 5,875 2,663 8,538 79,846 26,787 106,633 31,740 8,929 40,669 1,019 2,663 3,682 0 1,566 1,566 8,782 3,916 12,698 20,890 5,953 26,843 60,228 18,876 79,104 12,019 3,916 15,935 36,416 12,689 49,105 18,238 4,308 22,546 15,631 3,838 19,469 33,373 7,911 41,284 26,120 5,874 31,994 41,421 10,965 52,386 16,440 3,838 20,278 21,385 6,188 27,573 303,524 80,517 384,041 31,590 10,652 42,242 26,900 7,911 34,811 25,671 6,814 32,485 21,713 4,934 26,647 2,310,591 689,409 3,000,000

Total* PBF $ 374,956 575,030 117,333 73,763 159,574 151,345 357,452 887,418 105,524 513,294 403,267 1,502,706 283,752 547,166 241,637 263,927 415,954 326,006 91,073 594,102 747,693 500,608 665,590 61,295 113,541 182,616 91,256 397,079 211,156 49,698 89,184 123,494 323,198 52,473 220,186 48,824 92,028 430,774 304,853 136,156 40,498 106,495 194,460 443,392 126,133 329,641 171,221 89,731 198,244 252,092 338,989 108,689 193,601 1,531,711 367,730 246,068 280,484 153,840 18,000,000

6. Non‐Recurring Compensation Bonus    Purpose:  As discussed in II.A.2, the General Assembly appropriated funds for a one‐ time compensation bonus. Funds must be awarded to employees consistent with the  guidelines outlined in Section II.A.   Allocation Method:  Compensation bonus funds for employees supported by formula  funds are allocated based on the number of formula units.  

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM Non-Recurring Compensation Bonus FY 2016-17 Total Bonus

Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC Total

$258,410 409,071 116,721 95,585 139,328 120,814 237,772 515,989 112,257 270,240 330,934 946,727 182,378 280,672 148,217 189,697 236,867 276,599 163,274 682,580 485,107 316,739 665,736 96,536 115,964 126,936 84,172 247,269 245,846 67,771 103,720 90,105 165,644 71,517 196,567 56,642 121,729 485,048 181,252 176,115 67,439 172,217 116,248 366,915 116,367 230,834 161,136 137,148 174,494 178,720 196,031 88,201 206,556 1,134,471 222,443 145,302 190,767 121,018 $13,840,841

FICA Retirement 7.65% 16.12% $19,768 31,294 8,929 7,312 10,659 9,242 18,190 39,473 8,588 20,673 25,316 72,425 13,952 21,471 11,339 14,512 18,120 21,160 12,490 52,217 37,111 24,231 50,929 7,385 8,871 9,711 6,439 18,916 18,807 5,184 7,935 6,893 12,672 5,471 15,037 4,333 9,312 37,106 13,866 13,473 5,159 13,175 8,893 28,069 8,902 17,659 12,327 10,492 13,349 13,672 14,996 6,747 15,802 86,787 17,017 11,116 14,594 9,257 $1,058,825

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$41,656 65,942 18,815 15,408 22,460 19,475 38,329 83,177 18,096 43,563 53,347 152,612 29,399 45,244 23,893 30,579 38,183 44,588 26,320 110,032 78,199 51,058 107,317 15,562 18,693 20,462 13,568 39,860 39,630 10,925 16,720 14,525 26,702 11,528 31,687 9,131 19,623 78,190 29,218 28,390 10,871 27,761 18,739 59,147 18,758 37,210 25,975 22,108 28,128 28,810 31,600 14,218 33,297 182,877 35,858 23,423 30,752 19,508 $2,231,146

Total Benefits

$61,424 97,236 27,744 22,720 33,119 28,717 56,519 122,650 26,684 64,236 78,663 225,037 43,351 66,715 35,232 45,091 56,303 65,748 38,810 162,249 115,310 75,289 158,246 22,947 27,564 30,173 20,007 58,776 58,437 16,109 24,655 21,418 39,374 16,999 46,724 13,464 28,935 115,296 43,084 41,863 16,030 40,936 27,632 87,216 27,660 54,869 38,302 32,600 41,477 42,482 46,596 20,965 49,099 269,664 52,875 34,539 45,346 28,765 $3,289,971

Total Bonus Allotment

$319,834 506,307 144,465 118,305 172,447 149,531 294,291 638,639 138,941 334,476 409,597 1,171,764 225,729 347,387 183,449 234,788 293,170 342,347 202,084 844,829 600,417 392,028 823,982 119,483 143,528 157,109 104,179 306,045 304,283 83,880 128,375 111,523 205,018 88,516 243,291 70,106 150,664 600,344 224,336 217,978 83,469 213,153 143,880 454,131 144,027 285,703 199,438 169,748 215,971 221,202 242,627 109,166 255,655 1,404,135 275,318 179,841 236,113 149,783 $17,130,812

7. Non‐Recurring Retirement    Purpose:  As discussed in II.D.2, the General Assembly appropriated funds to support  the non‐recurring increase in the retirement rates associated with the one‐time  supplement for retirees.  Funds must be used to cover the .48% retirement rate that is  not included in the formula funding.  Allocation Method:  Non‐recurring retirement funds are allocated based on the number  of formula and categorical units.    

 

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM Non-Recurring Retirement FY 2016-17

Curriculum

Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC Total

$45,066 71,916 18,273 14,826 21,856 17,278 38,793 93,130 16,939 45,015 52,276 174,297 29,993 49,591 24,221 30,768 39,291 46,699 26,380 110,895 87,213 55,643 118,166 14,663 19,437 21,626 13,063 42,951 29,721 8,536 11,527 12,973 26,961 10,048 33,633 7,060 15,552 89,359 29,762 25,909 9,068 22,724 19,428 59,539 15,128 40,045 21,298 16,373 27,312 28,268 32,659 13,582 31,984 197,474 38,535 22,248 30,181 18,580 $2,285,732

Con Ed (OE)

Basic Skills

$3,818 6,118 2,770 2,459 3,314 3,386 6,137 7,105 3,426 5,820 6,800 5,406 5,526 5,850 2,841 4,882 4,209 5,016 3,103 20,347 7,421 3,279 8,373 2,587 2,295 2,383 2,024 5,945 16,168 2,233 4,380 2,671 2,949 2,112 4,438 1,604 5,518 6,722 3,671 4,688 2,221 6,142 2,324 7,195 3,783 3,895 6,422 6,668 5,191 4,790 4,814 2,439 4,702 17,805 3,986 2,757 4,295 3,147 $292,370

$3,600 4,100 1,267 723 1,011 2,588 2,689 4,266 1,133 2,122 6,488 12,266 1,011 1,622 1,300 1,189 3,344 3,366 1,700 9,043 5,910 1,834 9,632 944 578 1,045 423 1,644 3,600 1,244 3,688 1,133 1,633 644 1,433 622 1,244 3,155 2,655 4,422 677 5,299 655 3,944 3,477 2,755 2,588 3,522 1,089 1,278 1,823 423 2,422 14,832 2,467 3,688 2,622 1,465 $167,337

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Inst. & Academic Support

$30,002 46,208 14,309 12,209 18,256 15,053 28,801 58,773 14,057 30,254 40,110 110,783 21,506 32,542 19,376 23,527 28,657 32,839 20,713 76,874 53,319 37,508 76,868 12,323 14,429 15,707 11,045 28,280 28,982 9,287 13,241 11,627 21,169 9,647 23,084 8,465 16,264 53,199 21,608 21,014 9,227 20,678 14,423 46,108 14,537 26,908 20,587 17,039 21,913 22,531 23,132 11,399 26,694 130,737 25,892 17,811 23,605 15,095 $1,650,231

Categorical

$270 2,621 603 270 603 270 270 1,963 270 3,307 270 603 270 270 270 270 270 603 270 1,632 1,445 3,064 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 2,915 270 270 270 270 270 1,489 270 270 603 270 270 270 270 270 270 2,915 270 603 270 270 $36,575

Total NR Retirement Allotment

$82,756 130,963 37,222 30,487 45,040 38,575 76,690 165,237 35,825 86,518 105,944 303,355 58,306 89,875 48,008 60,636 75,771 88,523 52,166 218,791 155,308 101,328 213,309 30,787 37,009 41,031 26,825 79,090 78,741 21,570 33,106 28,674 52,982 22,721 62,858 18,021 38,848 155,350 57,966 56,303 21,463 55,113 37,100 118,275 37,195 73,873 51,498 43,872 55,775 57,137 62,698 28,113 66,072 363,763 71,150 47,107 60,973 38,557 $4,432,245

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM FORMULA BUDGET BY COLLEGE FY 2016-17

Continuing Institutional Community College Curriculum Education Basic Skills Support Alamance CC $13,297,493 $1,125,558 $1,244,976 $8,663,655 Asheville-Buncombe TCC 21,233,258 1,804,930 1,497,866 13,352,328 Beaufort County CC 5,377,692 814,807 454,050 4,125,155 Bladen CC 4,359,122 722,966 281,262 3,517,555 Blue Ridge CC 6,437,130 976,586 483,245 5,269,290 Brunswick CC 5,083,988 997,321 867,290 4,340,419 Caldwell CC & TI 11,443,070 1,810,368 929,843 8,318,302 Cape Fear CC 27,504,060 2,097,006 1,541,026 16,982,967 Carteret CC 4,983,783 1,009,266 430,164 4,052,243 Catawba Valley CC 13,282,460 1,716,889 786,813 8,736,567 Central Carolina CC 15,428,326 2,007,002 2,239,371 11,592,509 Central Piedmont CC 51,495,507 1,595,053 4,438,459 32,036,279 Cleveland CC 8,842,066 1,629,503 357,034 6,204,264 Coastal Carolina CC 14,635,391 1,725,991 747,995 9,395,048 College of The Albemarle 7,136,343 836,618 536,070 5,593,104 Craven CC 9,071,131 1,439,335 454,587 6,792,358 Davidson County CC 11,590,814 1,240,795 1,265,904 8,276,638 Durham TCC 13,779,957 1,479,230 1,240,792 9,486,630 Edgecombe CC 7,774,344 913,644 669,014 5,978,174 Fayetteville TCC 32,755,855 6,011,937 3,102,283 22,225,024 Forsyth TCC 25,754,386 2,190,451 2,073,292 15,407,641 Gaston College 16,424,154 965,885 749,666 10,837,469 Guilford TCC 34,904,516 2,471,730 3,089,509 22,220,590 Halifax CC 4,310,685 761,283 343,523 3,550,539 Haywood CC 5,721,778 674,840 255,393 4,159,875 Isothermal CC 6,369,237 700,592 415,312 4,529,643 James Sprunt CC 3,837,793 594,577 164,216 3,180,771 Johnston CC 12,671,626 1,753,494 659,474 8,165,423 Lenoir CC 8,761,691 4,776,392 1,290,656 8,368,535 Martin CC 2,499,607 656,454 443,761 2,672,123 Mayland CC 3,383,773 1,291,458 1,261,474 3,816,147 McDowell TCC 3,811,424 786,042 429,590 3,349,163 Mitchell CC 7,945,942 868,091 639,183 6,110,110 Montgomery CC 2,946,854 620,924 253,055 2,776,283 Nash CC 9,918,073 1,308,264 480,709 6,662,047 Pamlico CC 2,063,506 471,010 217,531 2,434,291 Piedmont CC 4,573,358 1,627,543 494,085 4,692,938 Pitt CC 26,389,348 1,983,906 1,087,061 15,372,921 Randolph CC 8,774,068 1,081,701 888,342 6,234,991 Richmond CC 7,634,914 1,382,192 1,538,177 6,063,127 Roanoke-Chowan CC 2,657,419 653,328 231,790 2,654,763 Robeson CC 6,693,581 1,766,619 5,965,911 1,812,170 Rockingham CC 5,719,217 683,560 319,422 4,158,139 Rowan-Cabarrus CC 17,575,676 2,123,527 1,377,620 13,320,820 Sampson CC 4,448,153 1,114,415 1,209,185 4,191,123 Sandhills CC 11,813,515 1,147,986 910,860 7,764,944 South Piedmont CC 6,271,943 1,894,966 990,865 5,941,718 Southeastern CC 4,816,334 1,967,770 1,197,338 4,915,035 Southwestern CC 8,049,122 1,530,868 467,398 6,325,374 Stanly CC 8,332,518 1,412,486 473,452 6,504,182 Surry CC 9,630,546 1,419,795 658,416 6,675,935 Tri-County CC 3,991,419 717,161 169,830 3,283,195 Vance-Granville CC 9,430,775 1,386,463 1,020,890 7,710,813 Wake TCC 58,347,003 5,261,266 5,387,665 37,803,312 Wayne CC 11,367,187 1,174,874 1,034,220 7,474,495 Western Piedmont CC 6,552,814 811,989 1,264,598 5,138,161 Wilkes CC 8,896,988 1,266,411 933,814 6,814,926 Wilson CC 5,468,801 926,701 485,572 4,352,571 TOTAL $674,271,534 $86,227,370 $60,241,607 $476,538,549 *Excludes Basic Skills PBF, which is embedded in Basic Skills Block Grant

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Performance Based Allocation* $374,956 575,030 117,333 73,763 159,574 151,345 357,452 887,418 105,524 513,294 403,267 1,502,706 283,752 547,166 241,637 263,927 415,954 326,006 91,073 594,102 747,693 500,608 665,590 61,295 113,541 182,616 91,256 397,079 211,156 49,698 89,184 123,494 323,198 52,473 220,186 48,824 92,028 430,774 304,853 136,156 40,498 106,495 194,460 443,392 126,133 329,641 171,221 89,731 198,244 252,092 338,989 108,689 193,601 1,531,711 367,730 246,068 280,484 153,840 $18,000,000

NonRecurring Bonus Allotment $319,834 506,307 144,465 118,305 172,447 149,531 294,291 638,639 138,941 334,476 409,597 1,171,764 225,729 347,387 183,449 234,788 293,170 342,347 202,084 844,829 600,417 392,028 823,982 119,483 143,528 157,109 104,179 306,045 304,283 83,880 128,375 111,523 205,018 88,516 243,291 70,106 150,664 600,344 224,336 217,978 83,469 213,153 143,880 454,131 144,027 285,703 199,438 169,748 215,971 221,202 242,627 109,166 255,655 1,404,135 275,318 179,841 236,113 149,783 $17,130,812

NonRecurring Retirement Allotment $82,756 130,963 37,222 30,487 45,040 38,575 76,690 165,237 35,825 86,518 105,944 303,355 58,306 89,875 48,008 60,636 75,771 88,523 52,166 218,791 155,308 101,328 213,309 30,787 37,009 41,031 26,825 79,090 78,741 21,570 33,106 28,674 52,982 22,721 62,858 18,021 38,848 155,350 57,966 56,303 21,463 55,113 37,100 118,275 37,195 73,873 51,498 43,872 55,775 57,137 62,698 28,113 66,072 363,763 71,150 47,107 60,973 38,557 $4,432,245

Total $25,109,228 39,100,682 11,070,724 9,103,460 13,543,312 11,628,469 23,230,016 49,816,353 10,755,746 25,457,017 32,186,016 92,543,123 17,600,654 27,488,853 14,575,229 18,316,762 23,159,046 26,743,485 15,680,499 65,752,821 46,929,189 29,971,138 64,389,226 9,177,595 11,105,964 12,395,540 7,999,617 24,032,231 23,791,454 6,427,093 10,003,517 8,639,910 16,144,524 6,760,826 18,895,428 5,323,289 11,669,464 46,019,704 17,566,257 17,028,847 6,342,730 16,613,042 11,255,778 35,413,441 11,270,231 22,326,522 15,521,649 13,199,828 16,842,752 17,253,069 19,029,006 8,407,573 20,064,269 110,098,855 21,764,974 14,240,578 18,489,709 11,575,825 $1,336,842,117

B.

Categorical Allocations

1. Career and Technical Education (Federal) Purpose: Career and Technical Education (CTE) funds are provided through the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 with the purpose of making the United States more competitive in the world economy by developing more fully the academic, career, and technical skills of students who enroll in career and technical education programs. This act places emphasis on: 

Promoting programs of studies that integrate rigorous and challenging academic and career technical instruction, and that link secondary to postsecondary education for participating career and technical education students. (Career Pathways)



Providing professional development for our community college faculty that teach in CTE programs of study with emphasis on expanding the use of technology in the classroom



Creating greater accountability by requiring the measurement of student achievement against established core indicators of performance at both state and local levels.

Each college must develop a local plan that includes:     

Acceptance of the allocation; Acknowledgement of the nine CTE required activities; Description of the proposed implementation of the nine CTE required activities; Acceptance of updated accountability/performance measures; Implementation of three (3) grade 9-14 CTE programs of study (Career Pathways)

Funds must be used in accordance with the college local plan. The local plan and budget is approved by System Office CTE program staff. No more than five percent of a college’s allocation may be used for college administration. Allocation Method: The Carl D. Perkins Act requires that at least 85% of available funding be allocated to local community colleges. A total of $10,157,016 is expected to be available from the federal government for allocation through the Career and Technical Education allotment. These funds are allocated based on each college's pro-rata share of Pell Grant recipients pursuing a credential in a vocational/technical curriculum program in relation to the total number of Pell Grant recipients pursuing such credentials system-wide.14 14

In accordance with Section 132.(c)(1) of the Carl D. Perkins Vocational & Technical Education Act of 2006, as amended, no institution or consortium shall receive an allocation of federal vocational education funds in an amount that is less than $50,000. To that end Six community colleges with allocations below $50,000 will join a consortium. Craven CC will lead a consortium with Pamlico CC, Randolph CC will lead the consortia with Montgomery CC, and Halifax CC will lead a consortium with Martin. All 58 colleges will benefit from Perkins funds.

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Indirect Cost: Per the U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) and the Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education, colleges may be authorized to earn an indirect cost maximum of 8% of your actual expenses incurred from the 5% administrative cost maximum. The System Office will be sending individual notices to colleges to provide additional information. Fiscal Management: These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: current - as needed, consistent with the activities in the approved budget and the Accounting Procedures Manual; capitalized equipment– 940, noncapitalized equipment should be coded to a current purpose code. 

Vocational code: current - 10-15 and 17-19, as prescribed by the Accounting Procedures Manual; 16 – equipment (capitalized equipment can only be used with purpose code 940, non-capitalized equipment can be used with current purposes, such as 220 or 510).

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION ALLOTMENTS FY 2016-17

Community College Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC & TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of The Albemarle Craven CC* Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC ** Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC ** Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC*** Nash CC Pamlico CC* Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC *** Richmond CC Roanoke-Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC Total

Pell Grant Awards 1,055 1,407 596 408 555 286 802 1,480 434 995 1,311 2,756 842 683 331 847 1,207 797 1,067 3,437 2,373 1,436 3,561 679 732 597 361 885 907 0 341 322 570 0 1,210 0 539 2,913 1,156 840 362 768 410 1,908 409 785 465 326 777 909 768 456 1,017 3,762 983 629 795 625 56,872

Percent of Pell Grants 1.86% 2.47% 1.05% 0.72% 0.98% 0.50% 1.41% 2.60% 0.76% 1.75% 2.31% 4.85% 1.48% 1.20% 0.58% 1.49% 2.12% 1.40% 1.88% 6.04% 4.17% 2.52% 6.26% 1.19% 1.29% 1.05% 0.63% 1.56% 1.59% 0.00% 0.60% 0.57% 1.00% 0.00% 2.13% 0.00% 0.95% 5.12% 2.03% 1.48% 0.64% 1.35% 0.72% 3.35% 0.72% 1.38% 0.82% 0.57% 1.37% 1.60% 1.35% 0.80% 1.79% 6.61% 1.73% 1.11% 1.40% 1.10% 1.0000

CTE Allotment July, Aug., Sept. Oct. 2016- June 2016 2017 Approx. 30% Approx. 70% $55,725 $132,692 74,317 176,965 31,481 74,962 21,550 51,316 29,315 69,805 15,106 35,972 42,361 100,871 78,173 186,146 22,924 54,586 52,556 125,146 69,247 164,890 145,571 346,635 44,474 105,902 36,076 85,904 17,483 41,631 44,738 106,531 63,753 151,810 42,097 100,242 56,359 134,201 181,542 432,287 125,341 298,463 75,849 180,612 188,091 447,883 35,865 85,401 38,664 92,067 31,533 75,087 19,068 45,405 46,746 111,310 47,908 114,077 0 0 18,012 42,889 17,008 40,499 30,107 71,691 0 0 63,912 152,187 0 0 28,470 67,792 153,864 366,381 61,060 145,395 44,369 105,651 19,121 45,530 40,566 96,595 21,656 51,568 100,780 239,978 21,603 51,442 41,464 98,733 24,561 58,485 17,219 41,002 41,041 97,727 48,013 114,329 40,566 96,595 24,086 57,353 53,718 127,913 198,708 473,164 51,922 123,636 33,224 79,112 41,992 99,991 33,015 78,609 $3,003,970 $7,153,046

Total Allotment 2016-17

Admin Cost 5% Maximum

$188,417 251,282 106,443 72,866 99,120 51,078 143,232 264,319 77,510 177,702 234,137 492,206 150,376 121,980 59,114 151,269 215,563 142,339 190,560 613,829 423,804 256,461 635,974 121,266 130,731 106,620 64,473 158,056 161,985 0 60,901 57,507 101,798 0 216,099 0 96,262 520,245 206,455 150,020 64,651 137,161 73,224 340,758 73,045 140,197 83,046 58,221 138,768 162,342 137,161 81,439 181,631 671,872 175,558 112,336 141,983 111,624 $10,157,016

$9,421 12,564 5,322 3,643 4,956 2,554 7,162 13,216 3,876 8,885 11,707 24,610 7,519 6,099 2,956 7,563 10,778 7,117 9,528 30,691 21,190 12,823 31,799 6,063 6,537 5,331 3,224 7,903 8,099 0 3,045 2,875 5,090 0 10,805 0 4,813 26,012 10,323 7,501 3,233 6,858 3,661 17,038 3,652 7,010 4,152 2,911 6,938 8,117 6,858 4,072 9,082 33,594 8,778 5,617 7,099 5,581 $507,851

* Craven and Pamlico are combined as a consortium. ** Halifax and Martin are combined as a consortium. ***Randolph and Montgomery are combined as a consortium.

In accordance with Section 132.(c)(1) of the Carl D. Perkins Vocational & Technical Education Act of 1998, no institution or consortium shall receive an allocation of federal vocational education funds in an amount that is less than $50,000.

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2. Child Care Purpose: The intent of the Child Care Grant is to assist student-parents with the financial responsibilities for child care expenses so they may stay enrolled and complete their educational goals. No faculty, staff, or administrator employed by the college may receive or utilize funds from this grant with the exception of qualified “work study” students. Child care coordinators and financial aid officers at each college shall jointly determine the need of student-parents for child care in coordination with local social services agencies that provide child care funding for qualified students. These funds must be disbursed directly to the provider or the student-parent only upon receipt of an invoice from a child care provider accompanied by a student’s class attendance report. Under no circumstances may colleges pay in advance for services which have not been received. These funds may not be used to support the operating costs of a college childcare facility, except indirectly in the form of payments disbursed to the center as a provider of childcare services for a student-parent receiving assistance through this program. Likewise, other State funds may not be used to support college childcare facilities or support childcare staff positions. Colleges may not expend any of these allocations for administrative overhead, including salaries. Allocation Method: A total of $1,838,215 is allocated in FY 2016-17 through the Child Care Grant allotment. Each college will be authorized funds on the following formula: $20,000 (base) + $3.72 per curriculum budget FTE. Fiscal Management: These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose code: 530  Vocational code: 80

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM CHILD CARE ALLOTMENT FY 2016-17

Community College Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC Total

Base Allotment $20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 $1,160,000

Curriculum FTE 3,652 5,778 1,379 1,099 1,682 1,319 3,076 7,575 1,277 3,643 4,204 14,439 2,339 4,064 1,892 2,404 3,120 3,732 2,057 9,143 6,996 4,498 9,702 1,069 1,494 1,659 968 3,370 2,337 583 820 931 2,154 704 2,649 450 1,146 7,281 2,358 2,017 636 1,740 1,476 4,865 1,127 3,199 1,644 1,216 2,103 2,217 2,590 994 2,528 16,426 3,045 1,722 2,332 1,438 182,358

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Per Curriculum FTE Amount $3.72 $13,582 21,489 5,129 4,087 6,256 4,906 11,440 28,172 4,749 13,549 15,635 53,701 8,699 15,115 7,037 8,941 11,604 13,880 7,650 34,004 26,019 16,729 36,083 3,976 5,556 6,170 3,600 12,534 8,692 2,168 3,050 3,463 8,011 2,618 9,852 1,674 4,262 27,079 8,770 7,502 2,365 6,471 5,489 18,094 4,191 11,898 6,114 4,522 7,821 8,245 9,633 3,697 9,402 61,091 11,325 6,404 8,673 5,347 $678,215

Total Allotment $33,582 41,489 25,129 24,087 26,256 24,906 31,440 48,172 24,749 33,549 35,635 73,701 28,699 35,115 27,037 28,941 31,604 33,880 27,650 54,004 46,019 36,729 56,083 23,976 25,556 26,170 23,600 32,534 28,692 22,168 23,050 23,463 28,011 22,618 29,852 21,674 24,262 47,079 28,770 27,502 22,365 26,471 25,489 38,094 24,191 31,898 26,114 24,522 27,821 28,245 29,633 23,697 29,402 81,091 31,325 26,404 28,673 25,347 $1,838,215

3.  Small Business Centers    Purpose:  The mission of each Small Business Center (SBC) is to help the many small businesses  within its service area survive, prosper, and contribute to the economic well‐being of the  community and the state. Small Business Centers provide a wide variety of seminars and  workshops, one‐on‐one counseling, a library of resources, and referrals to other sources of help  to owners and operators of small businesses.   

The expenditure of SBC funds must be consistent with the State Board’s Small Business Center  Network (SBCN) Guidelines (adopted on February 18, 2011, Program Attachment 5).  At a  minimum, the annual SBC program funding will provide for the following at each of the 58  colleges: a) salary and fringe benefits for a full‐time SBC Director or in a manner that is at least  equivalent to a full‐time director; and b) $9,000 for instruction, either through instructional or  contractual services budget items, that does not earn budget FTE. Colleges should also be  aware of the following fiscally‐related provisions in the SBCN Guidelines:  

All instruction supported by SBC funds must be used for SBC‐sponsored courses,  seminars, and workshops.   



SBC funds cannot be used to produce FTE, except for SBCN‐approved entrepreneurship  programs.   



SBCN program funds may not be used for building or renovation of facilities. 



If a Small Business Center Director coordinates FTE‐generating classes designed to meet  the management needs of entrepreneurs, that Director’s salary will need to be pro‐ rated according to the formula spelled out in the Guidelines. 



If a Small Business Center Director is asked to coordinate FTE‐generating activities that  are Occupational Extension offerings that are not focused on entrepreneurship or the  "management needs" of entrepreneurs, then an alternative plan must be submitted to  the System Office/State Director for approval. Such arrangements should be rare. 



Although colleges retain budget flexibility, using SBC funds to produce FTE (other than  approved entrepreneurship programs) or transferring SBC funds without a NCCCS‐ or  State‐mandated reversion/reduction will result in the loss of performance funding for  the following year.   

  Allocation Method:  A total of $6,259,150 is allocated in FY 2016‐17 through the Small Business  Center allotment.  Each college receives a base allocation of $96,937.  The base amount has  been adjusted from the FY 2015‐16 level to account for legislative changes in salaries and  employer contribution rates for retirement.15   

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 Joint Conference Committee Report on Continuation, Expansion, and Capital Budgets dated June 27, 2016:  Items 32,  33 and 35 on page F‐14. 

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Colleges also receive an additional performance allocation.  This allocation is based on the  following factors (as measured using the sum of the prior two years’ data):        

Number of Non‐FTE Attendees  Number of Non‐FTE Seminars  Number of Counseling Clients  Number of Counseling Hours  Number of Small Businesses in Service Area  Number of Businesses Started  Number of Jobs Created/Retained 

For each factor, a college earns 1‐58 points.  The sum of each factor’s score determines a  college’s total point score.  The total number of points determines a college’s performance  allocation; each point earns approximately $42.  For FY 2016‐17, performance funding  allocations are calculated based on the colleges’ pro‐rata share of total point score, limited to  $636,804 in total due to fund availability.  One college had their performance allocation for FY  2016‐17 reduced due to using a portion of their FY 2015‐16 allocation for non‐SBC activities.   Those funds were allocated to all the other colleges as an adjustment to their performance  allocation.    Fiscal Management:  These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:   Purpose codes:  current or non‐capitalized equipment – 363; capitalized equipment–  940    Vocational code:  83   Capitalized equipment purchases must be coded to object code 553500.  Non‐ capitalized equipment purchase should be coded to purpose 363 and object codes  555100 (non‐capitalized equipment) or 555200 (non‐capitalized equipment – high risk)   In order to capture all costs associated with the Small Business Center, colleges should  charge all Small Business Center expenditures to this code and if additional funds are  needed, should transfer funds from other purposes to purpose code 363.  Total costs  will be utilized for future funding requests and potential funding reallocations.    These funds can be reverted as part of the Management Flexibility Reversion or transferred into  another purpose.  However, doing so will impact future allocations. Specifically, colleges that  use funds for non‐SBC activities or transfer funds out of the SBC budget will not be eligible for  their entire performance allocation in the next fiscal year.   The performance allocation for  next fiscal year will be reduced by the amount of funds used for non‐SBC activities.  Colleges are  allowed to return funds as part of the Management Flexibility reversion or any other reversion  up to the pro‐rata share of the total amount of the cut without impacting next year’s  performance allocation. The $9000 requirement that funds be expended for instruction can be  waived by the System Office upon recommendation of the State Small Business Center Director  in the case of a budgetary shortfall.  If that is the case, that reversion will not affect future  performance allocations.     

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM SMALL BUSINESS CENTER ALLOTMENT FY 2016-17

Community College Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC TOTAL

Base Allocation $96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 96,937 $5,622,346

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Performance Allocation $9,490 17,899 7,742 2,622 18,440 6,452 7,492 16,858 10,864 14,402 19,189 19,231 8,575 19,147 13,944 13,570 5,203 14,485 7,409 15,776 15,901 13,986 18,523 8,949 13,903 9,990 8,908 13,528 8,908 3,775 10,448 5,411 13,486 6,493 7,035 5,161 3,163 18,565 6,868 9,157 6,577 15,110 8,658 15,068 7,867 9,532 4,495 13,611 7,284 5,827 6,993 6,577 7,284 21,104 11,031 15,276 7,201 16,361 $636,804

Total Allocation $106,427 114,836 104,679 99,559 115,377 103,389 104,429 113,795 107,801 111,339 116,126 116,168 105,512 116,084 110,881 110,507 102,140 111,422 104,346 112,713 112,838 110,923 115,460 105,886 110,840 106,927 105,845 110,465 105,845 100,712 107,385 102,348 110,423 103,430 103,972 102,098 100,100 115,502 103,805 106,094 103,514 112,047 105,595 112,005 104,804 106,469 101,432 110,548 104,221 102,764 103,930 103,514 104,221 118,041 107,968 112,213 104,138 113,298 $6,259,150

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM SMALL BUSINESS CENTER PERFORMANCE FUNDING CALCULATION FY 2016-17

COLLEGE Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC TOTAL:

Seminars Offerings Attendees Ranking Ranking (points) (points) Number Number 111 24 1,231 32 190 47 2,601 49 84 11 791 20 99 18 561 10 347 57 4,544 58 114 27 694 15 69 6 825 22 147 40 3,652 52 126 35 1,663 39 150 41 2,161 46 233 52 1,897 42 181 46 4,050 54 107 21 641 13 319 56 4,481 57 170 44 2,184 48 99 18 1,755 40 118 30 1,778 41 240 53 2,150 45 123 33 1,326 34 230 51 3,434 51 460 58 4,163 56 135 37 695 16 278 55 4,155 55 96 16 751 18 84 11 905 25 70 7 499 6 55 4 511 7 98 17 1,194 31 50 2 489 5 91 15 717 17 155 43 618 11 5 449 3 64 110 23 1,439 36 129 36 549 9 115 28 902 24 100 20 780 19 49 1 444 2 228 50 3,090 50 255 54 798 21 123 33 837 23 72 8 518 8 143 39 2,169 47 52 3 272 1 120 31 1,150 30 115 28 1,283 33 173 45 2,041 43 122 32 954 27 113 26 1,430 35 150 41 2,064 44 84 11 667 14 109 22 949 26 83 10 450 4 137 38 1,450 37 199 48 3,836 53 111 24 1,131 29 217 49 1,522 38 81 9 623 12 88 14 959 28 8,171 1,703 89,872 1,711

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Counseling Clients Hours Ranking Ranking (points) (points) Number Hours 123 21 522.33 34 664 57 1533.72 57 124 22 354.85 23 66 5 177.10 4 393 52 1281.59 55 163 34 627.58 42 78 7 155.12 2 419 54 718.86 47 186 37 511.45 31 285 49 786.07 49 511 55 893.93 51 535 56 1230.61 54 87 9 192.09 7 380 51 718.24 46 132 24 290.94 18 195 38 448.13 28 176 36 223.75 12 203 39 601.88 40 135 27 253.02 15 275 48 570.37 37 404 53 964.75 52 267 47 519.70 33 153 33 1125.90 53 108 15 424.48 25 215 41 597.62 39 150 30 278.08 17 97 12 311.95 19 265 46 707.35 45 121 20 342.10 21 107 14 581.21 38 103 13 562.55 36 132 24 146.24 1 139 28 420.93 24 56 2 234.03 13 148 29 334.82 20 96 11 538.95 35 53 1 195.08 8 323 50 1420.47 56 119 17 244.09 14 130 23 498.12 30 119 17 211.58 11 150 30 457.96 29 84 8 206.88 10 222 42 666.12 44 152 32 442.58 27 118 16 179.19 5 64 4 167.92 3 251 45 512.22 32 119 17 761.30 48 60 3 182.08 6 71 6 198.90 9 133 26 433.69 26 173 35 348.66 22 818 58 1828.92 58 243 44 659.15 43 205 40 602.51 41 95 10 254.20 16 241 43 788.16 50 11,634 1,706 31,442.07 1,711

Small Businesses

Number 3294 8784 1597 567 3655 2535 2961 8580 2058 4685 4382 34917 1918 2888 4306 2201 3547 11793 854 6040 9861 5707 14047 1548 1400 1753 1016 3185 1765 728 1244 727 5091 464 2184 262 932 3648 2512 1402 1039 1919 1637 6895 1095 2915 5373 1020 2500 1287 2340 1090 3005 31606 2205 1390 2036 1814 242,204

Ranking (points) 40 53 19 3 43 34 37 52 27 46 45 58 24 35 44 29 41 55 6 50 54 49 56 18 16 21 8 39 22 5 13 4 47 2 28 1 7 42 33 17 10 25 20 51 12 36 48 9 32 14 31 11 38 57 30 15 26 23 1,711

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM SMALL BUSINESS CENTER PERFORMANCE FUNDING CALCULATION FY 2016-17 Economic Impact Startups Jobs Created/Retained COLLEGE Ranking Ranking (points) (points) Number Number 9 12 35 13 Alamance CC 51 53 159 42 Asheville-Buncombe TCC 10 13 78 26 Beaufort County CC 5 4 81 27 Bladen CC 58 55 183.5 47 Blue Ridge CC 12 18 38 17 Brunswick CC 7 8 17 2 Caldwell CC and TI 39 49 89.5 29 Cape Fear CC 40 50 138.5 39 Carteret CC 20 29 107 35 Catawba Valley CC 32 41 196 51 Central Carolina CC 28 39 153 41 Central Piedmont CC 11 16 36 15 Cleveland CC 58 55 264.5 55 Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle 26 37 147 40 Craven CC 36 47 171.5 45 Davidson County CC 18 27 89 28 Durham TCC 35 43 199 52 Edgecombe CC 8 11 28 10 Fayetteville TCC 21 31 242.5 53 Forsyth TCC 24 35 72 24 Gaston College 16 24 98 32 Guilford TCC 47 51 272 56 Halifax CC 25 36 167 44 Haywood CC 37 48 191 50 Isothermal CC 16 24 48 19 James Sprunt CC 10 13 20 5 Johnston CC 35 43 120 37 Lenoir CC 4 2 28 10 Martin CC 12 18 125.5 38 Mayland CC 22 33 102 34 McDowell TCC 4 2 10 1 Mitchell CC 30 40 59 23 Montgomery CC 12 18 26 8 Nash CC 15 22 55.5 22 Pamlico CC 20 29 89.5 29 Piedmont CC 6 6 20 5 Pitt CC 69 58 166 43 Randolph CC 23 34 49 20 Richmond CC 5 4 38.5 18 Roanoke Chowan CC 7 8 27 9 Robeson CC 35 43 89.5 29 Rockingham CC 15 22 76.5 25 Rowan-Cabarrus CC 19 28 99 33 Sampson CC 6 6 18 4 Sandhills CC 17 26 35 13 South Piedmont CC 7 8 37 16 Southeastern CC 21 31 180 46 Southwestern CC 47 51 404 57 Stanly CC 3 1 22 7 Surry CC 10 13 30.5 12 Tri-County CC 26 37 118 36 Vance-Granville CC 11 16 17 2 Wake TCC 64 57 475.5 58 Wayne CC 32 41 188 49 Western Piedmont CC 35 43 251 54 Wilkes CC 13 21 50 21 Wilson CC 55 54 184 48 TOTAL: 1379 1,684 6,512 1,704 Approximate Value Per Point:

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Total Point Score 228 430 186 63 443 155 180 405 261 346 461 462 206 460 335 326 125 348 178 379 382 336 445 215 334 240 214 325 214 107 251 130 324 156 169 124 76 446 165 220 158 363 208 362 189 229 108 327 175 140 168 158 175 507 265 367 173 393 15,315 $42

Overall Points Ranking 29 51 21 1 52 9 20 50 33 42 56 57 23 55 40 37 6 43 19 47 48 41 53 27 39 31 25 36 25 3 32 7 35 10 15 5 2 54 13 28 11 45 24 44 22 30 4 38 17 8 14 11 17 58 34 46 16 49 1708

Unadjusted FY16-17 Performance Allocation $9,480 $17,880 $7,734 $2,620 $18,420 $6,445 $7,484 $16,840 $10,852 $14,387 $19,169 $19,210 $8,566 $19,127 $13,929 $13,555 $5,198 $14,470 $7,401 $15,759 $15,884 $13,971 $18,503 $8,940 $13,888 $9,979 $8,898 $13,514 $8,898 $4,449 $10,437 $5,405 $13,472 $6,487 $7,027 $5,156 $3,160 $18,545 $6,861 $9,148 $6,570 $15,094 $8,649 $15,052 $7,859 $9,522 $4,491 $13,597 $7,277 $5,821 $6,986 $6,570 $7,277 $21,081 $11,019 $15,260 $7,193 $16,338 $636,804

Adjustment

FY16-17 Performance Allocation

$10 $19 $8 $2 $20 $7 $8 $18 $12 $15 $20 $21 $9 $20 $15 $15 $5 $15 $8 $17 $17 $15 $20 $9 $15 $11 $10 $14 $10 ($674) $11 $6 $14 $6 $8 $5 $3 $20 $7 $9 $7 $16 $9 $16 $8 $10 $4 $14 $7 $6 $7 $7 $7 $23 $12 $16 $8 $23 $0

$9,490 $17,899 $7,742 $2,622 $18,440 $6,452 $7,492 $16,858 $10,864 $14,402 $19,189 $19,231 $8,575 $19,147 $13,944 $13,570 $5,203 $14,485 $7,409 $15,776 $15,901 $13,986 $18,523 $8,949 $13,903 $9,990 $8,908 $13,528 $8,908 $3,775 $10,448 $5,411 $13,486 $6,493 $7,035 $5,161 $3,163 $18,565 $6,868 $9,157 $6,577 $15,110 $8,658 $15,068 $7,867 $9,532 $4,495 $13,611 $7,284 $5,827 $6,993 $6,577 $7,284 $21,104 $11,031 $15,276 $7,201 $16,361 $636,804

4. Customized Training Per G.S. 115D-5.1(e), the Customized Training Program offers programs and training services to assist new and existing business and industry to remain productive, profitable, and within the State. Funds are allocated to colleges through four means: a) Customized Training – Program Projects Purpose: Funds are allotted to colleges to provide customized training assistance in support of full-time production and customer service positions created in the State of North Carolina, thereby enhancing the growth potential of companies located in the state while simultaneously preparing the State’s workforce with skills essential to successful employment in emerging industries. Business and industries must meet certain criteria to be eligible to receive assistance. Funds must be used in accordance with the Customized Training Guidelines adopted by the State Board (see Numbered Memo CC09-14). Colleges receive a ten percent administrative allowance based upon the current fiscal year expenditures that support approved Customized Training Program projects. These administrative funds may be used for the following purposes:      

Project clerical staff; Project administrative personnel; Project coordination staff; Travel expenses for personnel involved with the developing, coordinating, implementing, and monitoring of a Customized Training project; Administrative business operations costs (printing, mailing, filing, etc.) associated with Customized Training projects; and Printing costs of marketing materials for the Customized Training Program.

Allocation Method: Funds are allocated to colleges upon System Office approval of Funds Action Requests for qualifying projects. Fiscal Management: These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: 361 (Use this purpose code regardless of whether the project is approved as job growth, technology investment, or productivity enhancement.)  Vocational code: 80 Customized Training funds cannot be reverted as part of the Management Flexibility reduction or transferred out to another purpose. Other State funds are not allowed to be transferred into this purpose.

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b) Customized Training – Business and Industry Support Purpose: Colleges receive an initial support allocation that includes both an administrative ($40,000) and an instructional component. Colleges may only use up to $40,000 for administrative purposes. These funds may be used to support – in total or in part – a position whose responsibility is to serve business and industry. The instructional component may only be used for instructional activities supporting the Manufacturing, Warehousing and Distribution, Business Support Services, Information Technology, and Computer Software Design industries. Allocation Method: A total of $2,992,500 is allocated in FY 2016-17 to community colleges for Business and Industry Support. Each college receives an administrative allotment of $40,000.16 Colleges receive an additional instructional allotment based on the eligible employment in the college’s service area per the following formula: Eligible Employment Less than 5,000 jobs 5000 – 10,000 jobs Greater than 10,000 jobs

Instructional Allotment $7,500 $10,000 $20,000

Eligible employment is defined as employment in the Manufacturing, Warehousing and Distribution, Business Support Services, Information Technology, and Computer Software Design industries, as reported by the NC Division of Employment Security for the 4th quarter of 2015. Fiscal Management: These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: 364 (Administrative), 365 (Instructional)  Vocational code: 80 Customized Training funds cannot be reverted as part of the Management Flexibility reduction or transferred out to another purpose. Other State funds are not allowed to be transferred into this purpose.

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The only exception is Pamlico CC, which is combined into a consortium with Craven CC.

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM CUSTOMIZED TRAINING: BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY SUPPORT FY 2016-17 Administrative Instructional Allotment Allotment Community College Alamance CC $40,000 $20,000 Asheville-Buncombe TCC 40,000 20,000 Beaufort County CC 40,000 7,500 Bladen CC 40,000 10,000 Blue Ridge CC 40,000 10,000 Brunswick CC 40,000 7,500 Caldwell CC & TI 40,000 10,000 Cape Fear CC 40,000 20,000 Carteret CC 40,000 7,500 Catawba Valley CC 40,000 20,000 Central Carolina CC 40,000 20,000 Central Piedmont CC 40,000 20,000 Cleveland CC 40,000 10,000 Coastal Carolina CC 40,000 7,500 College of The Albemarle 40,000 7,500 Craven CC 40,000 10,000 Davidson County CC 40,000 20,000 Durham TCC 40,000 20,000 Edgecombe CC 40,000 7,500 Fayetteville TCC 40,000 20,000 Forsyth TCC 40,000 20,000 Gaston College 40,000 20,000 Guilford TCC 40,000 20,000 Halifax CC 40,000 7,500 Haywood CC 40,000 7,500 Isothermal CC 40,000 7,500 James Sprunt CC 40,000 10,000 Johnston CC 40,000 10,000 Lenoir CC 40,000 10,000 Martin CC 40,000 7,500 Mayland CC 40,000 7,500 McDowell TCC 40,000 10,000 Mitchell CC 40,000 20,000 Montgomery CC 40,000 7,500 Nash CC 40,000 20,000 Pamlico CC* * * Piedmont CC 40,000 7,500 Pitt CC 40,000 10,000 Randolph CC 40,000 20,000 Richmond CC 40,000 10,000 Roanoke-Chowan CC 40,000 7,500 Robeson CC 40,000 10,000 Rockingham CC 40,000 10,000 Rowan-Cabarrus CC 40,000 20,000 Sampson CC 40,000 7,500 Sandhills CC 40,000 10,000 South Piedmont CC 40,000 20,000 Southeastern CC 40,000 7,500 Southwestern CC 40,000 7,500 Stanly CC 40,000 7,500 Surry CC 40,000 10,000 Tri-County CC 40,000 7,500 Vance-Granville CC 40,000 20,000 Wake TCC 40,000 20,000 Wayne CC 40,000 10,000 Western Piedmont CC 40,000 10,000 Wilkes CC 40,000 10,000 Wilson CC 40,000 10,000 Total $2,280,000 $712,500 *Craven CC and Pamlico CC are combined into a consortium.

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Total Allotment $60,000 60,000 47,500 50,000 50,000 47,500 50,000 60,000 47,500 60,000 60,000 60,000 50,000 47,500 47,500 50,000 60,000 60,000 47,500 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 47,500 47,500 47,500 50,000 50,000 50,000 47,500 47,500 50,000 60,000 47,500 60,000 * 47,500 50,000 60,000 50,000 47,500 50,000 50,000 60,000 47,500 50,000 60,000 47,500 47,500 47,500 50,000 47,500 60,000 60,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 $2,992,500

c) Customized Training – Regional Capacity Building – FOR INFORMATION ONLY Per G.S. 115D-5.1(f3), up to eight percent of the funds appropriated each year for Customized Training may be used to train and support regional community college personnel to deliver training services. These funds support much-needed depth in the training services delivery capacity of the NC Community College System. The State Board will be requested to take action on allocations to host colleges in a separate agenda item. Fiscal Management: These funds are budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: 360  Vocational code: 80 Customized Training funds cannot be reverted as part of the Management Flexibility reduction or transferred out to another purpose. Other State funds are not allowed to be transferred into this purpose.

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5. Equipment Purpose: Regular Equipment allocations provide funds for administrative and educational equipment and furniture. Per Section 10.3 of S.L. 2015-241, colleges may also use equipment funds during the 2015-17 biennium for capital improvements necessary to accommodate equipment. Therefore, when requesting State Board approval, colleges must explain how the capital improvement project directly relates to and is necessary for the installation of equipment. Examples of allowable uses include: 

A college wants to establish a machining program and needs to renovate or construct a space to house the machining program and associated equipment.



A college wants to begin delivering developmental education in a lab setting and needs to transform traditional classroom space into a computer lab classroom.



A college wants to utilize mannequins in its health sciences programs and needs to erect a new wall with a one-way mirror so that the instructor can observe students, while running various simulations.



A college needs to install new HVAC equipment, but needs to improve the building’s electrical infrastructure to safely handle the additional load.



A college is buying an additional vehicle for its BLET program and needs to construct an additional bay to house it.

Community colleges must match any equipment funds used for new construction on an equal matching fund basis in accordance with G.S. 115D-31. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, community colleges are not required to match funds expended on repairs and renovations of existing facilities. Colleges must have capital improvement projects approved by the State Board and any required match identified by June 30, 2017. Equipment funds used for capital improvement purposes may NOT supplant existing capital improvement resources. Allocation Method: A total of $54,962,762 is allocated in FY 2016-17 through the regular Equipment allotment.17 A college’s regular equipment allocation is determined by the sum of the following components: 

Base Allocation: Each college receives a base of $100,000.



Weighted FTE Allocation: The remaining balance of the Equipment allotment is allocated among colleges based on each college’s equipment full-time equivalent (E/FTE). Colleges receive $296.50 per E/FTE. A college’s E/FTE shall be calculated by applying the following ratios to the actual FTE for the preceding year, and adding the products to obtain a sum for each college:

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Joint Conference Committee Report on Continuation, Expansion, and Capital Budgets dated June 27, 2016: Item 42 on page F-16.

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CATEGORY WEIGHT a) Low equipment intensity programs...............0.50 (College Transfer, General Education, Basic Skills) b) Moderate equipment intensity programs......0.75 (Occupational Extension) c) High equipment intensity programs..............1.00 (Technical and Vocational) Fiscal Management: These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:  

Purpose codes: 920 (Regular Equipment) Vocational code: 97 or 20, consistent the Accounting Procedures Manual

Note: Any categorical funds that are used for equipment should be coded to Purpose 940. All equipment-related items over $5,000 must be charged to a Capitalized Equipment object code and tracked in the college’s inventory system. Equipment costing less than $5,000 are expensed; they are not capitalized nor depreciated and must be coded as either NonCapitalized Equipment or Non-Capitalized Equipment- High Risk. Non-Capitalized Equipment is a non-consumable asset and should never be purchased using a supply object code. Non-Capitalized Equipment object codes can be used with either a capital purpose code (920) or with a current operating purpose code (1XX, 220, 3XX, 4XX, 510).

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM EQUIPMENT ALLOTMENT FY 2016-17 Equipment FTE 3,218 5,455 1,136 1,001 1,616 1,275 2,702 5,765 1,341 3,166 4,307 11,570 2,163 3,055 1,553 2,054 2,963 3,051 1,874 8,942 6,566 3,648 8,520 1,082 1,382 1,539 981 3,115 3,083 682 1,149 978 1,621 762 2,469 547 1,392 6,251 2,260 2,072 662 2,034 1,313 3,979 1,260 2,892 1,756 1,532 2,141 2,255 2,393 980 2,300 13,933 2,821 1,604 2,250 1,400 165,811

Community College Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC & TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of The Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke-Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC TOTAL

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Total Allotment $1,054,133 1,717,401 436,823 396,795 579,142 478,036 901,140 1,809,316 497,605 1,038,715 1,377,020 3,530,491 741,327 1,005,804 560,463 709,009 978,526 1,004,618 655,639 2,751,292 2,046,811 1,181,628 2,626,170 420,812 509,761 556,312 390,865 1,023,594 1,014,106 302,212 440,677 389,976 580,625 325,932 832,056 262,185 512,726 1,953,414 770,087 714,346 296,282 703,079 489,303 1,279,769 473,588 957,475 620,652 554,236 734,804 768,605 809,522 390,569 781,947 4,231,118 936,423 575,584 767,122 515,094 $54,962,762

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM EQUIPMENT ALLOTMENT DETAIL FY 2016-17

COLLEGES Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC & TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of The Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke-Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC TOTAL

CT & GE 1,727 1,853 531 525 630 697 1,735 4,697 392 1,761 1,225 7,429 914 2,952 976 1,430 1,087 2,146 734 4,027 2,159 2,162 4,215 344 392 529 253 1,427 896 198 195 359 1,443 96 938 25 209 3,220 878 917 219 720 604 2,306 485 1,166 814 632 701 678 1,167 299 1,013 8,902 1,190 767 854 628 81,468

2015-16 ACTUAL FTE HIGH LOW BS SUB-TOT TE & V0C 324 2,051 1,925 369 2,222 3,925 114 645 640 65 590 548 90 720 1,041 228 925 595 232 1,967 1,341 360 5,057 2,764 101 493 872 182 1,943 1,801 574 1,799 2,979 1,053 8,482 6,944 82 996 1,303 144 3,096 1,112 110 1,086 825 100 1,530 959 296 1,383 1,982 288 2,434 1,498 120 854 1,262 813 4,840 5,116 527 2,686 4,731 161 2,323 2,277 867 5,082 5,446 84 428 689 52 444 1,024 87 616 1,103 38 291 704 143 1,570 1,943 324 1,220 1,347 108 306 385 332 527 594 102 461 564 127 1,570 666 52 148 576 123 1,061 1,638 51 76 425 111 320 884 276 3,496 4,034 239 1,117 1,449 398 1,315 1,100 60 279 396 477 1,197 1,020 59 663 846 348 2,654 2,151 304 789 641 202 1,368 1,943 207 1,021 807 304 936 579 89 790 1,402 105 783 1,523 149 1,316 1,410 37 336 657 203 1,216 1,393 1,335 10,237 7,524 206 1,396 1,855 321 1,088 893 229 1,083 1,436 125 753 809 14,607 96,075 98,296

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MOD CT;GE;BS OCC 0.50 356 1,026 559 1,111 231 323 210 295 286 360 289 463 502 984 629 2,529 296 247 524 972 570 900 513 4,241 482 498 526 1,548 246 543 440 765 385 692 448 1,217 246 427 1,875 2,420 656 1,343 279 1,162 710 2,541 239 214 181 222 170 308 174 146 516 785 1,501 610 192 153 388 264 244 231 226 785 149 74 400 531 112 38 464 160 625 1,748 336 559 419 658 168 140 553 599 180 332 668 1,327 298 395 353 684 584 511 646 468 459 395 453 392 433 658 207 168 398 608 1,720 5,119 357 698 222 544 363 542 285 377 25,941 48,050

WEIGHTED E/FTE TE;VOC OCC 1.00 0.75 1,925 267 3,925 419 640 173 548 158 1,041 215 595 217 1,341 377 2,764 472 872 222 1,801 393 2,979 428 6,944 385 1,303 362 1,112 395 825 185 959 330 1,982 289 1,498 336 1,262 185 5,116 1,406 4,731 492 2,277 209 5,446 533 689 179 1,024 136 1,103 128 704 131 1,943 387 1,347 1,126 385 144 594 291 564 183 666 170 576 112 1,638 300 425 84 884 348 4,034 469 1,449 252 1,100 314 396 126 1,020 415 846 135 2,151 501 641 224 1,943 265 807 438 579 485 1,402 344 1,523 340 1,410 325 657 155 1,393 299 7,524 1,290 1,855 268 893 167 1,436 272 809 214 98,296 19,465

TOTAL E/FTE 3,218 5,455 1,136 1,001 1,616 1,275 2,702 5,765 1,341 3,166 4,307 11,570 2,163 3,055 1,553 2,054 2,963 3,051 1,874 8,942 6,566 3,648 8,520 1,082 1,382 1,539 981 3,115 3,083 682 1,149 978 1,621 762 2,469 547 1,392 6,251 2,260 2,072 662 2,034 1,313 3,979 1,260 2,892 1,756 1,532 2,141 2,255 2,393 980 2,300 13,933 2,821 1,604 2,250 1,400 165,811

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM EQUIPMENT ALLOTMENT DETAIL FY 2016-17

COLLEGES Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC & TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of The Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke-Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC TOTAL

BASE ALLOTMENT $100,000 $100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 $5,800,000

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E/FTE ALLOTMENT @ $296.50 PER E/FTE $954,133 1,617,401 336,823 296,795 479,142 378,036 801,140 1,709,316 397,605 938,715 1,277,020 3,430,491 641,327 905,804 460,463 609,009 878,526 904,618 555,639 2,651,292 1,946,811 1,081,628 2,526,170 320,812 409,761 456,312 290,865 923,594 914,106 202,212 340,677 289,976 480,625 225,932 732,056 162,185 412,726 1,853,414 670,087 614,346 196,282 603,079 389,303 1,179,769 373,588 857,475 520,652 454,236 634,804 668,605 709,522 290,569 681,947 4,131,118 836,423 475,584 667,122 415,094 $49,162,762

TOTAL ALLOTMENT $1,054,133 1,717,401 436,823 396,795 579,142 478,036 901,140 1,809,316 497,605 1,038,715 1,377,020 3,530,491 741,327 1,005,804 560,463 709,009 978,526 1,004,618 655,639 2,751,292 2,046,811 1,181,628 2,626,170 420,812 509,761 556,312 390,865 1,023,594 1,014,106 302,212 440,677 389,976 580,625 325,932 832,056 262,185 512,726 1,953,414 770,087 714,346 296,282 703,079 489,303 1,279,769 473,588 957,475 620,652 554,236 734,804 768,605 809,522 390,569 781,947 4,231,118 936,423 575,584 767,122 515,094 $54,962,762

6. Instructional Resources Purpose: The Instructional Resources allotment provides funds for library books, book-like materials, magazines and periodicals, audio visual materials, and other non-equipment learning resources of a durable nature. Book like materials include electronic resources such as e-book leases and subscriptions to e-book collections. Allocation Method: A total of $2,500,000 is allocated in FY 2016-17 through the Instructional Resources allotment. A college’s instructional resources allocation is determined by the sum of the following components: 

Base Allocation: Each college receives a base of $25,000.



Weighted FTE Allocation: The remaining balance of the Instructional Resources allotment is allocated among colleges based on each college’s weighted library fulltime equivalent (L/FTE). Colleges also receive $4.90 per weighted L/FTE above 1,000 L/FTE. A college’s L/FTE is calculated by applying the following ratios to the actual FTE for the preceding year, and adding the products to obtain a sum for each college: CATEGORY WEIGHT a) College Transfer and General Education FTE........2.0 b) Technical and Vocational Education FTE…..........1.0 c) Basic Skills and Occupational Extension FTE......0.25

Fiscal Management: These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: 930  Vocational code: 97 The purchase of Magazines and Newspaper Subscriptions (use object code 539400), and Audio Visual Supplies (use object code 528000) can be charged to a current expense purpose code or to purpose 930.

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES ALLOTMENT FY 2016-17 ACTUAL FTE WEIGHTED L/FTE HIGH MOD LOW CT&GE TE&VOC BS&OCC Total FTE > Community College CT & GE TE & VOC BS & OCC 2.0 1.0 0.25 L/FTE 1,000 Alamance CC 1,727 1,925 680 3,454 1,925 170 5,549 4,549 Asheville-Buncombe TCC 1,853 3,925 928 3,706 3,925 232 7,863 6,863 Beaufort County CC 531 640 345 1,062 640 86 1,788 788 Bladen CC 525 548 275 1,050 548 69 1,667 667 Blue Ridge CC 630 1,041 376 1,260 1,041 94 2,395 1,395 Brunswick CC 697 595 517 1,394 595 129 2,118 1,118 Caldwell CC & TI 1,735 1,341 734 3,470 1,341 184 4,995 3,995 Cape Fear CC 4,697 2,764 989 9,394 2,764 247 12,405 11,405 Carteret CC 392 872 397 784 872 99 1,755 755 Catawba Valley CC 1,761 1,801 706 3,522 1,801 177 5,500 4,500 Central Carolina CC 1,225 2,979 1,144 2,450 2,979 286 5,715 4,715 Central Piedmont CC 7,429 6,944 1,566 14,858 6,944 392 22,194 21,194 Cleveland CC 914 1,303 564 1,828 1,303 141 3,272 2,272 Coastal Carolina CC 2,952 1,112 670 5,904 1,112 168 7,184 6,184 College of The Albemarle 976 825 356 1,952 825 89 2,866 1,866 Craven CC 1,430 959 540 2,860 959 135 3,954 2,954 Davidson County CC 1,087 1,982 681 2,174 1,982 170 4,326 3,326 Durham TCC 2,146 1,498 736 4,292 1,498 184 5,974 4,974 Edgecombe CC 734 1,262 366 1,468 1,262 92 2,822 1,822 Fayetteville TCC 4,027 5,116 2,688 8,054 5,116 672 13,842 12,842 Forsyth TCC 2,159 4,731 1,183 4,318 4,731 296 9,345 8,345 Gaston College 2,162 2,277 440 4,324 2,277 110 6,711 5,711 Guilford TCC 4,215 5,446 1,577 8,430 5,446 394 14,270 13,270 Halifax CC 344 689 323 688 689 81 1,458 458 Haywood CC 392 1,024 233 784 1,024 58 1,866 866 Isothermal CC 529 1,103 257 1,058 1,103 64 2,225 1,225 James Sprunt CC 253 704 212 506 704 53 1,263 263 Johnston CC 1,427 1,943 659 2,854 1,943 165 4,962 3,962 Lenoir CC 896 1,347 1,825 1,792 1,347 456 3,595 2,595 Martin CC 198 385 300 396 385 75 856 Mayland CC 195 594 720 390 594 180 1,164 164 McDowell TCC 359 564 346 718 564 87 1,369 369 Mitchell CC 1,443 666 353 2,886 666 88 3,640 2,640 Montgomery CC 96 576 201 192 576 50 818 Nash CC 938 1,638 523 1,876 1,638 131 3,645 2,645 Pamlico CC 25 425 163 50 425 41 516 Piedmont CC 209 884 575 418 884 144 1,446 446 Pitt CC 3,220 4,034 901 6,440 4,034 225 10,699 9,699 Randolph CC 878 1,449 575 1,756 1,449 144 3,349 2,349 Richmond CC 917 1,100 817 1,834 1,100 204 3,138 2,138 Roanoke-Chowan CC 219 396 228 438 396 57 891 Robeson CC 720 1,020 1,030 1,440 1,020 258 2,718 1,718 Rockingham CC 604 846 239 1,208 846 60 2,114 1,114 Rowan-Cabarrus CC 2,306 2,151 1,016 4,612 2,151 254 7,017 6,017 Sampson CC 485 641 602 970 641 151 1,762 762 Sandhills CC 1,166 1,943 555 2,332 1,943 139 4,414 3,414 South Piedmont CC 814 807 791 1,628 807 198 2,633 1,633 Southeastern CC 632 579 950 1,264 579 238 2,081 1,081 Southwestern CC 701 1,402 548 1,402 1,402 137 2,941 1,941 Stanly CC 678 1,523 558 1,356 1,523 140 3,019 2,019 Surry CC 1,167 1,410 582 2,334 1,410 146 3,890 2,890 Tri-County CC 299 657 244 598 657 61 1,316 316 Vance-Granville CC 1,013 1,393 601 2,026 1,393 150 3,569 2,569 Wake TCC 8,902 7,524 3,055 17,804 7,524 764 26,092 25,092 Wayne CC 1,190 1,855 563 2,380 1,855 141 4,376 3,376 Western Piedmont CC 767 893 543 1,534 893 136 2,563 1,563 Wilkes CC 854 1,436 592 1,708 1,436 148 3,292 2,292 Wilson CC 628 809 410 1,256 809 103 2,168 1,168 TOTAL 81,468 98,296 40,548 162,936 98,296 10,137 271,369 214,288

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$25,000 Base $25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 $1,450,000

$4.90 L/FTE Total Allotment Allotment $22,290 $47,290 33,628 58,628 3,862 28,862 3,267 28,267 6,835 31,835 5,479 30,479 19,573 44,573 55,885 80,885 3,701 28,701 22,047 47,047 23,103 48,103 103,847 128,847 11,133 36,133 30,299 55,299 9,143 34,143 14,474 39,474 16,298 41,298 24,372 49,372 8,925 33,925 62,925 87,925 40,889 65,889 27,984 52,984 65,024 90,024 2,243 27,243 4,245 29,245 6,004 31,004 1,289 26,289 19,412 44,412 12,717 37,717 25,000 804 25,804 1,806 26,806 12,937 37,937 25,000 12,959 37,959 25,000 2,184 27,184 47,526 72,526 11,509 36,509 10,477 35,477 25,000 8,416 33,416 5,457 30,457 29,483 54,483 3,731 28,731 16,727 41,727 8,000 33,000 5,294 30,294 9,511 34,511 9,891 34,891 14,158 39,158 1,548 26,548 12,589 37,589 122,948 147,948 16,541 41,541 7,657 32,657 11,231 36,231 5,723 30,723 $1,050,000 $2,500,000

C.

Specific Program Categorical Allocations S.L. 2016-94 appropriates funds to specific programs at certain colleges. Specific program categorical allocations that support positions have been adjusted to account for changes in employer contribution rates for retirement. Colleges must submit a detailed budget plan for FY 2016-17 to the Director of State Aid Funds no later than September 30, 2016. C1.

High Cost Allocation for Marine Science Program - $713,573: Provides supplemental funds to support the operation of the Marine Science program at Cape Fear Community College. These funds are budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: current – 220, 421; capitalized equipment – 940  Vocational code: 71

C2.

Manufacturing Solutions Center – $881,481: Provides funds to Catawba Valley Community College to support the operations of the Center, which assists manufacturing companies adapt to the 21st century economy. These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: current – 310, 422; capitalized equipment – 940  Vocational code: 87

C3.

Botanical Lab – $200,000: Provides funds to Fayetteville Technical Community College to support the operation of the Botanical Lab. These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: current - consistent with the approved detail budget plan; capitalized equipment – 940  Vocational code: 47

C4.

NC Military Business Center – $1,148,137: Provides funds to Fayetteville Technical Community College to support the NC Military Business Center. The purpose of the Center is to serve as a coordinator and facilitator for small- and medium-sized businesses throughout the state seeking to win and complete federal contracts, with a focus on military-related contracts. These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: current – 370, capitalized equipment – 940  Vocational code: current – 80, capitalized equipment – 40  Non-capitalized equipment – purpose code 370 and Vocational Code 80

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C5.

Innovation Quarters – $300,000: Provides funds to Forsyth Technical Community College for the operating costs and lease expenses for the community college's biotechnology, nanotechnology, design, and advanced information technology programs; Small Business Center; and Corporate and Industrial Training programs. These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: current – 680  Vocational code: current – 80

C6.

Center for Applied Textile Technology – $667,425: Provides funds to Gaston College to support the operations of the Center. Per G.S. 115D-67.1, the purpose of this Center is to develop a world-class workforce for the textile industry in North Carolina; support the textile industry by identifying problems confronting the industry and assisting the industry in solving them; garner support from the textile industry for the work of the Center; and serve as a statewide center of excellence that serves all components of the textile industry. These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: current - consistent with the approved detail budget plan; capitalized equipment – 940  Vocational code: 67

C7.

NC Research Campus– $3,406,161: Provides funds to Rowan-Cabarrus Community College to support lease expenses, faculty and staff, building operations, and equipment at the Biotechnology Training Center at the NC Research Campus in Kannapolis. These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: current – 371; capitalized equipment – 940  Vocational code: current – 80, capitalized equipment – 59  Non-capitalized equipment – purpose code 371 and Vocational Code 80

C8.

Truck Driver Training Program - $150,000: Provides funds to Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute to support the operation of the Truck Driver Training program. These funds will be budgeted and expended through the following codes:  Purpose codes: current - consistent with the approved detail budget plan; capitalized equipment – 940  Vocational code: 46

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D.

Allocation of Management Flexibility Reduction 

  For FY 2016‐17, S.L. 2016‐94 enacts a $46.7 million management flexibility reduction to the  State Aid budget.  This amount includes a recurring restoration of roughly $6 million and a  non‐recurring restoration of $6.3 million.18  A management flexibility reduction is a budget  cut that the General Assembly has not specifically prescribed how will be implemented;  college management has the flexibility to determine what budget line items to cut within  certain parameters.  This type of cut is also referred to as a negative reserve.     Allocation of Management Flexibility Reduction:  The management flexibility reduction is  allocated pro‐rata based on each college’s estimated General Fund appropriation.  A  college’s estimated General Fund appropriation is defined as: 

 

Total college formula and categorical budget allocations19   Federal Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education funds   Federal literacy funds   Estimated curriculum tuition and con ed registration fee receipts20  =    College’s estimated General Fund appropriation.    Local Implementation of the Management Flexibility Reduction:  Colleges may determine  locally how to implement the management flexibility reduction.  Colleges may identify these  reductions from any non‐federal allocation included in the total formula and categorical  budget allocations provided in Section III, Parts A‐C of this document, except for Customized  Training funds and as summarized in Section III, Part E of this document.  Colleges may not  identify management flexibility cuts from any allocation approved by the State Board  outside the scope of this document (i.e. Bionetwork, Minority Male Mentoring, etc.).    Fiscal Management:  Colleges will identify their management flexibility reductions and  submit a report accordingly as part of the DCC 2‐1 process.    Note that while the management flexibility reduction is being implemented like a  reversion, it is separate and distinct from any potential reversions that may be required.   If any reversions are required in FY 2016‐17, colleges will have to identify and revert  additional funds above and beyond this management flexibility reduction.   

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Joint Conference Committee Report on Continuation, Expansion, and Capital Budgets dated June 27, 2016:  Items 39  on page F‐15. 19  Total formula and categorical budget allocations provided in Section III, Parts A‐C of this document and as  summarized in Section III, Part E of this document.  20  See Section V, Part E of this document for additional details on how estimated receipts are calculated.

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM MANAGEMENT FLEXIBILITY REDUCTIONS FY 2016-17

Total Community College Allocations Alamance CC $25,109,228 Asheville-Buncombe TCC 39,100,682 Beaufort County CC 11,070,724 Bladen CC 9,103,460 Blue Ridge CC 13,543,312 Brunswick CC 11,628,469 Caldwell CC and TI 23,230,016 Cape Fear CC 49,816,353 Carteret CC 10,755,746 Catawba Valley CC 25,457,017 Central Carolina CC 32,186,016 Central Piedmont CC 92,543,123 Cleveland CC 17,600,654 Coastal Carolina CC 27,488,853 College of the Albemarle 14,575,229 Craven CC 18,316,762 Davidson County CC 23,159,046 Durham TCC 26,743,485 Edgecombe CC 15,680,499 Fayetteville TCC 65,752,821 Forsyth TCC 46,929,189 Gaston College 29,971,138 Guilford TCC 64,389,226 Halifax CC 9,177,595 Haywood CC 11,105,964 Isothermal CC 12,395,540 James Sprunt CC 7,999,617 Johnston CC 24,032,231 Lenoir CC 23,791,454 Martin CC 6,427,093 Mayland CC 10,003,517 McDowell TCC 8,639,910 Mitchell CC 16,144,524 Montgomery CC 6,760,826 Nash CC 18,895,428 Pamlico CC 5,323,289 Piedmont CC 11,669,464 Pitt CC 46,019,704 Randolph CC 17,566,257 Richmond CC 17,028,847 Roanoke Chowan CC 6,342,730 Robeson CC 16,613,042 Rockingham CC 11,255,778 Rowan-Cabarrus CC 35,413,441 Sampson CC 11,270,231 Sandhills CC 22,326,522 South Piedmont CC 15,521,649 Southeastern CC 13,199,828 Southwestern CC 16,842,752 Stanly CC 17,253,069 Surry CC 19,029,006 Tri-County CC 8,407,573 Vance-Granville CC 20,064,269 Wake TCC 110,098,855 Wayne CC 21,764,974 Western Piedmont CC 14,240,578 Wilkes CC 18,489,709 Wilson CC 11,575,825 TOTAL $1,336,842,117

Estimated Receipts $6,745,290 10,679,439 2,603,055 2,089,542 3,189,654 2,533,334 5,804,483 13,940,409 2,462,196 6,835,918 7,889,677 26,151,248 4,467,508 7,585,642 3,536,645 4,559,523 5,809,588 6,953,500 3,840,773 17,459,078 12,921,715 8,232,756 17,809,055 2,052,652 2,789,814 3,088,721 1,834,108 6,339,580 5,055,066 1,155,222 1,696,745 1,808,469 4,005,746 1,367,808 4,975,562 886,344 2,336,127 13,398,930 4,416,830 3,854,432 1,243,155 3,440,850 2,763,387 9,098,118 2,204,648 5,934,791 3,282,308 2,551,957 4,044,379 4,232,248 4,888,488 1,899,804 4,776,319 30,407,937 5,672,402 3,229,945 4,405,085 2,740,019 $341,978,024

Federal Basic Skills $242,398 287,070 100,070 59,987 142,989 142,855 178,245 322,063 98,922 158,612 379,894 848,766 69,716 144,416 134,562 94,159 263,271 236,336 137,359 564,123 402,584 177,413 512,079 78,545 56,419 104,208 29,682 143,419 224,891 88,748 252,026 86,602 165,640 54,724 91,617 41,456 119,873 194,909 162,557 292,385 49,013 311,024 89,565 272,005 244,967 170,065 213,534 211,198 110,643 106,380 129,604 38,760 265,431 1,064,594 234,906 252,675 189,019 71,641 $11,910,614

Vocational Education $188,417 251,282 106,443 72,866 99,120 51,078 143,232 264,319 77,510 177,702 234,137 492,206 150,376 121,980 59,114 151,269 215,563 142,339 190,560 613,829 423,804 256,461 635,974 121,266 130,731 106,620 64,473 158,056 161,985 60,901 57,507 101,798 216,099 96,262 520,245 206,455 150,020 64,651 137,161 73,224 340,758 73,045 140,197 83,046 58,221 138,768 162,342 137,161 81,439 181,631 671,872 175,558 112,336 141,983 111,624 $10,157,016

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Estimated General Fund Appropriation $17,933,123 27,882,891 8,261,156 6,881,065 10,111,549 8,901,202 17,104,056 35,289,562 8,117,118 18,284,785 23,682,308 65,050,903 12,913,054 19,636,815 10,844,908 13,511,811 16,870,624 19,411,310 11,511,807 47,115,791 33,181,086 21,304,508 45,432,118 6,925,132 8,129,000 9,095,991 6,071,354 17,391,176 18,349,512 5,183,123 7,993,845 6,687,332 11,871,340 5,338,294 13,612,150 4,395,489 9,117,202 31,905,620 12,780,415 12,732,010 4,985,911 12,724,007 8,329,602 25,702,560 8,747,571 16,081,469 11,942,761 10,378,452 12,548,962 12,752,099 13,873,753 6,387,570 14,840,888 77,954,452 15,682,108 10,645,622 13,753,622 8,652,541 $972,796,463

Pro-Rata Reduction ($862,477) (1,341,002) (397,313) (330,939) (486,306) (428,095) (822,604) (1,697,220) (390,385) (879,390) (1,138,979) (3,128,564) (621,042) (944,415) (521,576) (649,838) (811,377) (933,569) (553,650) (2,265,991) (1,595,814) (1,024,621) (2,185,017) (333,058) (390,957) (437,463) (291,996) (836,413) (882,503) (249,278) (384,457) (321,621) (570,941) (256,740) (654,664) (211,397) (438,484) (1,534,472) (614,662) (612,334) (239,793) (611,950) (400,605) (1,236,141) (420,706) (773,424) (574,376) (499,142) (603,531) (613,301) (667,246) (307,204) (713,759) (3,749,149) (754,217) (511,992) (661,468) (416,137) ($46,785,765)

Restoration Recurring Non-Recurring 78,054 82,493 145,186 153,441 65,518 69,243 41,268 43,614 75,465 79,755 54,117 57,193 89,119 94,187 229,185 242,216 57,870 61,160 137,564 145,386 137,570 145,392 365,588 386,375 89,439 94,524 96,066 101,528 75,189 79,465 75,293 79,575 103,826 109,730 101,662 107,443 87,584 92,564 296,577 313,439 219,427 231,903 151,242 159,841 283,821 299,959 50,994 53,894 68,674 72,579 71,274 75,326 46,441 49,082 101,234 106,990 101,664 107,444 31,167 32,939 50,893 53,787 41,137 43,475 71,513 75,580 40,548 42,853 91,812 97,033 26,874 28,401 71,506 75,572 188,852 199,590 75,425 79,713 60,258 63,684 37,155 39,268 78,968 83,457 57,228 60,481 276,919 292,664 55,113 58,246 108,969 115,165 71,740 75,819 56,489 59,700 68,908 72,827 78,117 82,558 87,735 92,724 38,750 40,953 116,653 123,286 336,572 355,709 101,789 107,577 86,939 91,882 87,102 92,055 59,681 63,075 $6,051,722 $6,395,815

E. Summary of College Allocations NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM BUDGET ALLOCATION SUMMARY FY 2016-17

Community Colleges Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC & TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of The Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke-Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC TOTAL

Total FTE 4,332 6,723 1,724 1,374 2,080 1,848 3,830 8,610 1,682 4,374 5,413 16,058 2,912 4,743 2,266 2,951 3,806 4,503 2,482 11,834 8,210 4,972 11,324 1,393 1,744 1,957 1,180 4,045 4,162 887 1,546 1,277 2,558 947 3,179 645 1,748 8,190 2,933 2,834 877 2,778 1,743 5,888 1,762 3,804 2,461 2,179 2,682 2,785 3,187 1,239 3,177 19,481 3,647 2,307 2,964 1,855 224,092

Current Operating $25,109,228 39,100,682 11,070,724 9,103,460 13,543,312 11,628,469 23,230,016 49,816,353 10,755,746 25,457,017 32,186,016 92,543,123 17,600,654 27,488,853 14,575,229 18,316,762 23,159,046 26,743,485 15,680,499 65,752,821 46,929,189 29,971,138 64,389,226 9,177,595 11,105,964 12,395,540 7,999,617 24,032,231 23,791,454 6,427,093 10,003,517 8,639,910 16,144,524 6,760,826 18,895,428 5,323,289 11,669,464 46,019,704 17,566,257 17,028,847 6,342,730 16,613,042 11,255,778 35,413,441 11,270,231 22,326,522 15,521,649 13,199,828 16,842,752 17,253,069 19,029,006 8,407,573 20,064,269 110,098,855 21,764,974 14,240,578 18,489,709 11,575,825 $1,336,842,117

Career & Technical Education $188,417 251,282 106,443 72,866 99,120 51,078 143,232 264,319 77,510 177,702 234,137 492,206 150,376 121,980 59,114 151,269 215,563 142,339 190,560 613,829 423,804 256,461 635,974 121,266 130,731 106,620 64,473 158,056 161,985 60,901 57,507 101,798 216,099 96,262 520,245 206,455 150,020 64,651 137,161 73,224 340,758 73,045 140,197 83,046 58,221 138,768 162,342 137,161 81,439 181,631 671,872 175,558 112,336 141,983 111,624 $10,157,016

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State Child Care $33,582 41,489 25,129 24,087 26,256 24,906 31,440 48,172 24,749 33,549 35,635 73,701 28,699 35,115 27,037 28,941 31,604 33,880 27,650 54,004 46,019 36,729 56,083 23,976 25,556 26,170 23,600 32,534 28,692 22,168 23,050 23,463 28,011 22,618 29,852 21,674 24,262 47,079 28,770 27,502 22,365 26,471 25,489 38,094 24,191 31,898 26,114 24,522 27,821 28,245 29,633 23,697 29,402 81,091 31,325 26,404 28,673 25,347 $1,838,215

Small Business Center $106,427 114,836 104,679 99,559 115,377 103,389 104,429 113,795 107,801 111,339 116,126 116,168 105,512 116,084 110,881 110,507 102,140 111,422 104,346 112,713 112,838 110,923 115,460 105,886 110,840 106,927 105,845 110,465 105,845 100,712 107,385 102,348 110,423 103,430 103,972 102,098 100,100 115,502 103,805 106,094 103,514 112,047 105,595 112,005 104,804 106,469 101,432 110,548 104,221 102,764 103,930 103,514 104,221 118,041 107,968 112,213 104,138 113,298 $6,259,150

Customized Training Business and Industry Support $60,000 60,000 47,500 50,000 50,000 47,500 50,000 60,000 47,500 60,000 60,000 60,000 50,000 47,500 47,500 50,000 60,000 60,000 47,500 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 47,500 47,500 47,500 50,000 50,000 50,000 47,500 47,500 50,000 60,000 47,500 60,000 * 47,500 50,000 60,000 50,000 47,500 50,000 50,000 60,000 47,500 50,000 60,000 47,500 47,500 47,500 50,000 47,500 60,000 60,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 $2,992,500

E. Summary of College Allocations NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM BUDGET ALLOCATION SUMMARY FY 2016-17

Community Colleges Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC & TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of The Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke-Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC TOTAL

Equipment $1,054,133 1,717,401 436,823 396,795 579,142 478,036 901,140 1,809,316 497,605 1,038,715 1,377,020 3,530,491 741,327 1,005,804 560,463 709,009 978,526 1,004,618 655,639 2,751,292 2,046,811 1,181,628 2,626,170 420,812 509,761 556,312 390,865 1,023,594 1,014,106 302,212 440,677 389,976 580,625 325,932 832,056 262,185 512,726 1,953,414 770,087 714,346 296,282 703,079 489,303 1,279,769 473,588 957,475 620,652 554,236 734,804 768,605 809,522 390,569 781,947 4,231,118 936,423 575,584 767,122 515,094 $54,962,762

Instructional Resources $47,290 58,628 28,862 28,267 31,835 30,479 44,573 80,885 28,701 47,047 48,103 128,847 36,133 55,299 34,143 39,474 41,298 49,372 33,925 87,925 65,889 52,984 90,024 27,243 29,245 31,004 26,289 44,412 37,717 25,000 25,804 26,806 37,937 25,000 37,959 25,000 27,184 72,526 36,509 35,477 25,000 33,416 30,457 54,483 28,731 41,727 33,000 30,294 34,511 34,891 39,158 26,548 37,589 147,948 41,541 32,657 36,231 30,723 $2,500,000

Program Specific Categoricals

150,000 713,573 881,481

1,348,137 300,000 667,425

3,406,161

$7,466,777

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Total Allotments $26,599,077 41,344,318 11,820,160 9,775,034 14,445,042 12,363,857 24,654,830 52,906,412 11,539,612 27,806,850 34,057,037 96,944,536 18,712,701 28,870,635 15,414,367 19,405,962 24,588,177 28,145,116 16,740,119 70,780,721 49,984,550 32,337,288 67,972,937 9,924,278 11,959,597 13,270,073 8,660,689 25,451,292 25,189,799 6,924,685 10,708,834 9,290,010 17,063,318 7,285,306 20,175,366 5,734,246 12,477,498 48,778,470 18,771,883 18,112,286 6,902,042 17,675,216 12,029,846 40,704,711 12,022,090 23,654,288 16,445,893 14,025,149 17,930,377 18,397,416 20,198,410 9,080,840 21,259,059 115,408,925 23,107,789 15,149,772 19,617,856 12,421,911 $1,423,018,537

Management Flexibility Reduction ($862,477) (1,341,002) (397,313) (330,939) (486,306) (428,095) (822,604) (1,697,219) (390,385) (879,390) (1,138,979) (3,128,564) (621,042) (944,415) (521,576) (649,838) (811,377) (933,569) (553,650) (2,265,991) (1,595,814) (1,024,621) (2,185,017) (333,058) (390,957) (437,463) (291,996) (836,413) (882,503) (249,278) (384,457) (321,621) (570,941) (256,740) (654,664) (211,397) (438,484) (1,534,472) (614,662) (612,334) (239,793) (611,950) (400,605) (1,236,141) (420,706) (773,424) (574,376) (499,142) (603,531) (613,301) (667,246) (307,204) (713,759) (3,749,149) (754,217) (511,992) (661,468) (416,138) ($46,785,765)

Net Allotment $25,736,600 40,003,316 11,422,847 9,444,095 13,958,736 11,935,762 23,832,226 51,209,193 11,149,227 26,927,460 32,918,058 93,815,972 18,091,659 27,926,220 14,892,791 18,756,124 23,776,800 27,211,547 16,186,469 68,514,730 48,388,736 31,312,667 65,787,920 9,591,220 11,568,640 12,832,610 8,368,693 24,614,879 24,307,296 6,675,407 10,324,377 8,968,389 16,492,377 7,028,566 19,520,702 5,522,849 12,039,014 47,243,998 18,157,221 17,499,952 6,662,249 17,063,266 11,629,241 39,468,570 11,601,384 22,880,864 15,871,517 13,526,007 17,326,846 17,784,115 19,531,164 8,773,636 20,545,300 111,659,776 22,353,572 14,637,780 18,956,388 12,005,773 $1,376,232,772

IV.

Use of State Funds and Budget Flexibility  

  A. Cash Management – FOR INFORMATION ONLY    G.S. 147‐86.10.  Statement of policy.    It is the policy of the State of North Carolina that all agencies, institutions, departments, bureaus,  boards, commissions, and officers of the State, whether or not subject to the State… Budget Act,  Chapter 143C of the General Statutes, shall devise techniques and procedures for the receipt,  deposit, and disbursement of moneys coming into their control and custody which are designed  to maximize interest‐bearing investment of cash, and to minimize idle and nonproductive cash  balances.  This policy shall apply to the General Court of Justice as defined in Article IV of the  North Carolina Constitution, the public school administrative units, and the community colleges  with respect to the receipt, deposit, and disbursement of moneys required by law to be  deposited with the State Treasurer and with respect to moneys made available to them for  expenditure by warrants drawn on the State Treasurer.  This policy shall include the acceptance  of electronic payments in accordance with G.S. 147‐86.22 to the maximum extent possible  consistent with sound business practices. (1985, c. 709, s. 1; 1999‐434, s. 2; 2006‐203, s. 120.)  G.S.147‐86.13.  Cash management for community colleges.  All community colleges and their officers and employees are subject to the provisions of G.S.  147‐86.11 with respect to moneys required by law to be deposited with the State Treasurer and  with respect to moneys made available to them for expenditure by warrants drawn on the State  Treasurer. (1985, c. 709, s. 1; 1987, c. 564, s. 9.)    B. Use of State Funds – FOR INFORMATION ONLY    Per G.S. 143C‐6‐1, all appropriations of State funds “authorize expenditures only for the (i)  purposes or programs and (ii) objects or line items enumerated in the Recommended State  Budget and the Budget Support Document recommended to the General Assembly by the  Governor, as amended and enacted by the General Assembly in the Current Operations  Appropriations Act, the Capital Improvements Appropriations Act, or any other act affecting the  State budget.”     While G.S. 143C‐6‐1 only allows colleges to use State funds for legislatively‐authorized purposes,  G.S. 115D‐31(b1) provides colleges some local flexibility to determine how much of money within  each college’s budget will be expended on those purposes.  Per G.S. 115D‐31(b1), community  colleges may use “State funds allocated to it, except for Literacy (Basic Skills) and Customized  Training funds, for any authorized purpose that is consistent with the college’s Institutional  Effectiveness Plan….  Each local community college shall include in its Institutional Effectiveness  Plan a section on how funding flexibility allows the college to meet the demands of the local  community and to maintain a presence in all previously funded categorical programs.”  

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Colleges must exercise this flexibility consistent with other provisions of law and State Board  policy, including but not limited to S.L. 2015‐241, as amended, the State Board of Community  Colleges Code, and the Accounting Procedures Manual.   Except for Basic Skills Block Grant and Customized Training funds, colleges have the authority to  use funds flexibly. There is not any limitation on the amount of money that may be transferred  among purposes or between salaries/benefits and other costs.  Likewise, colleges may transfer  current operating funds to equipment and vice versa.   C. Authority to Use Funds for Campus Security    G.S. 115D‐32(a).(2).a.1 places the financial responsibility for “watchmen” within the current  expense portion of the tax‐levying authority of each institution.  In effect, this statute places the  fiscal responsibility for campus security personnel upon the county commissioners.  Section  8.17.(a) of S.L. 2009‐451, however, authorizes the State Board to revise the college funding  formulas to ensure that adequate funds are available for campus security.  These funds shall be  used to supplement and shall not be used to supplant existing local funding for campus security.    Under this authority, the State Board authorizes each college to use up to three percent (3%)21 of  the State funds allocated to it through the enrollment allotment of the Institutional Support  formula for FY 2016‐17 campus security.  The Institutional Support allotment is the portion of the  State Aid allocation formula that provides funding for management, financial services, general  administration, information systems, and student support services.  These are all non‐ instructional funds. Using this authority, colleges may:  1. Hire security personnel;  2. Contract for professional security services;  3. Purchase surveillance cameras, call boxes, alert systems, and other equipment‐related  expenditures, excluding vehicles.    A college may both purchase the equipment and have it installed with these funds.  These  activities are not to be considered “capital improvement projects”, but rather the purchase and  installation of equipment.  The maximum amount of expenditure for these purposes is on the  following page.     Fiscal Management:  Funds within non‐instructional purpose codes (1XX, 410, 421, 422, 430, and  510) may be used for allowable uses described above. For capitalized equipment expenditures,  funds must be transferred from one of these non‐instructional purpose codes to Purpose Code  920.    Funds expended on campus security under this authority shall be tracked in the following:     21

Vocational code:  92 

 Per State Board of Community Colleges action on 3/18/2016 as described in FC 4. 

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM CAMPUS SECURITY MAXIMUM FY 2016-17

Community College Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC & TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of The Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke-Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC TOTAL

Enrollment Allotment 2016-17 $6,218,352 10,369,128 1,690,864 1,083,264 2,308,880 1,906,128 5,346,880 13,644,960 1,617,952 6,291,264 8,094,968 26,574,688 3,753,232 6,931,848 2,631,776 3,820,936 5,305,216 6,515,208 3,006,752 19,241,824 12,950,560 7,329,392 18,356,464 1,116,248 1,725,584 2,095,352 746,480 5,720,120 5,923,232 237,832 1,381,856 914,872 3,138,688 341,992 4,216,744 1,732,528 12,915,840 3,789,688 3,617,824 220,472 3,520,608 1,723,848 8,919,568 1,756,832 5,301,744 2,970,296 2,480,744 3,353,952 3,532,760 4,230,632 848,904 4,213,272 32,517,016 5,029,192 2,702,952 3,843,504 1,918,280 $313,689,992

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Campus Security 3.0% $186,551 311,074 50,726 32,498 69,266 57,184 160,406 409,349 48,539 188,738 242,849 797,241 112,597 207,955 78,953 114,628 159,156 195,456 90,203 577,255 388,517 219,882 550,694 33,487 51,768 62,861 22,394 171,604 177,697 7,135 41,456 27,446 94,161 10,260 126,502 51,976 387,475 113,691 108,535 6,614 105,618 51,715 267,587 52,705 159,052 89,109 74,422 100,619 105,983 126,919 25,467 126,398 975,510 150,876 81,089 115,305 57,548 $9,410,701

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Tuition and Fees – FOR INFORMATION ONLY 

  G.S. 115D‐39 authorizes the State Board of Community Colleges to fix and regulate all  tuition and fees charged to students for applying to or attending any community college.    A.

Curriculum Tuition Rates 

  S.L. 2016‐94 did not include a curriculum tuition increase; therefore, tuition rates for 2016‐ 17 shall remain at current rates:   

Residents:  Students qualifying for in‐state tuition shall be charged $76.00 per credit  hour up to a maximum per semester of $1,216, based upon 16 credit hours of  instruction. 



Non‐Residents:  Out‐of‐state students shall be charged $268.00 per credit hour up  to a maximum per semester of $4,288, based upon 16 credit hours of instruction. 

  B.

Continuing Education Occupational Extension Registration Fees 

  Registration fees for continuing education occupational extension courses shall be based on  the course length.  Continuing education occupational extension registration fees for 2015‐ 16 courses shall remain at current rates:  Course Length 0‐24 Hours  25‐50 Hours  50+ Hours 

Registration Fee $70 $125 $180

    C.

Tuition Waivers 

  S.L. 2016‐124 amended G.S. 115D‐5 to establish two new waivers:   

Youth Apprenticeship: Section 10.3 establishes a new tuition waiver for courses  provided to students participating in youth apprenticeship programs. 



Firefighters and EMS Personnel on Military Installations: Section 10.4 establish a  new tuition waiver for firefighters, EMS personnel, and rescue and lifesaving  personnel whose duty station is on a military installation within North Carolina for  courses that support their organizations’ training needs.    Further guidance on the implementation of these two newly established waivers is available  in the FY 2015‐17 Waiver Reference Guide (Version 3.1), as communicated through CC16‐ 32. 

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Estimated Receipts

For FY 2016-17, the budget for curriculum tuition and continuing education registration fees receipts is $341,978,024.22

FY 2015-16 Receipts Budget Enrollment Adjustment Tuition Increase23 In-State Tuition for Veterans Adj. FY 2016-17 Budgeted Receipts

Curriculum $333,302,002 (14,756,240) 8,069,396 (110,000) $326,505,158

Con. Ed. $17,193,363 (1,720,497) $15,472,866

Total $350,495,365 (16,476,737) 8,069,396 (110,000) $341,978,024

The following page lists each college’s estimated receipts for FY 2016-17. These estimated receipts are based on each college’s pro-rata share of the receipts budget based on curriculum and continuing education (occupational extension) budget FTE. Budgets for estimated receipts for curriculum have been calculated in total; therefore, each college will have to determine the portion of estimated receipts they anticipate collecting from out-of-state students to record on their 112 report and adjust accordingly. The total budget for estimated receipts must not exceed the amount shown. Estimated receipts must be shown in Column 2, State Budget Estimated Receipts, on college’s September DCC2-112 report.

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Joint Conference Committee Report on Continuation, Expansion, and Capital Budgets dated June 27, 2016: Items 37 and 41 on page F-15. 23 This increase represents the annualization of the tuition increase effective January 1, 2016. See Joint Conference Committee Report on Continuation, Expansion, and Capital Budgets dated September 14, 2015: Items 41 on page F-7.

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM ESTIMATED CURRICULUM TUITION AND CON ED REGISTRATION FEE RECEIPTS FY 2016-17

Community College Alamance CC Asheville-Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC & TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of The Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke-Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan-Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri-County CC Vance-Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC TOTAL

CU 3,652 5,778 1,379 1,099 1,682 1,319 3,076 7,575 1,277 3,643 4,204 14,439 2,339 4,064 1,892 2,404 3,120 3,732 2,057 9,143 6,996 4,498 9,702 1,069 1,494 1,659 968 3,370 2,337 583 820 931 2,154 704 2,649 450 1,146 7,281 2,358 2,017 636 1,740 1,476 4,865 1,127 3,199 1,644 1,216 2,103 2,217 2,590 994 2,528 16,426 3,045 1,722 2,332 1,438 182,358

2016-17 BFTE % of Total % of Total BFTE CE (OE) BFTE 2.0% 356 1.3% 3.2% 576 2.2% 0.8% 231 0.9% 0.6% 210 0.8% 0.9% 307 1.2% 0.7% 296 1.1% 1.7% 512 1.9% 4.2% 651 2.4% 0.7% 303 1.1% 2.0% 540 2.0% 2.3% 625 2.3% 7.9% 515 1.9% 1.3% 482 1.8% 2.2% 533 2.0% 1.0% 257 1.0% 1.3% 440 1.6% 1.7% 385 1.4% 2.0% 468 1.8% 1.1% 272 1.0% 5.0% 1,877 7.0% 3.8% 682 2.6% 2.5% 309 1.2% 5.3% 755 2.8% 0.6% 239 0.9% 0.8% 198 0.7% 0.9% 204 0.8% 0.5% 174 0.7% 1.8% 527 2.0% 1.3% 1,501 5.6% 0.3% 192 0.7% 0.4% 394 1.5% 0.5% 244 0.9% 1.2% 257 1.0% 0.4% 185 0.7% 1.5% 401 1.5% 0.2% 139 0.5% 0.6% 490 1.8% 4.0% 625 2.3% 1.3% 336 1.3% 1.1% 419 1.6% 0.3% 180 0.7% 1.0% 561 2.1% 0.8% 208 0.8% 2.7% 668 2.5% 0.6% 322 1.2% 1.8% 357 1.3% 0.9% 584 2.2% 0.7% 646 2.4% 1.2% 481 1.8% 1.2% 453 1.7% 1.4% 433 1.6% 0.5% 207 0.8% 1.4% 431 1.6% 9.0% 1,720 6.4% 1.7% 380 1.4% 0.9% 253 0.9% 1.3% 396 1.5% 0.8% 285 1.1% 26,672

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2016-17 Estimated Receipts Curriculum Occupational 6,538,769 206,521 10,345,292 334,147 2,469,048 134,007 1,967,718 121,824 3,011,558 178,096 2,361,620 171,714 5,507,463 297,020 13,562,753 377,656 2,286,421 175,775 6,522,655 313,263 7,527,104 362,573 25,852,488 298,760 4,187,892 279,616 7,276,440 309,202 3,387,555 149,090 4,304,272 255,251 5,586,243 223,345 6,682,006 271,494 3,682,981 157,792 16,370,199 1,088,879 12,526,076 395,639 8,053,500 179,256 17,371,067 437,988 1,914,004 138,648 2,674,951 114,863 2,970,377 118,344 1,733,168 100,940 6,033,859 305,721 4,184,311 870,755 1,043,840 111,382 1,468,179 228,566 1,666,921 141,548 3,856,656 149,090 1,260,486 107,322 4,742,935 232,627 805,708 80,636 2,051,870 284,257 13,036,357 362,573 4,221,911 194,919 3,611,363 243,069 1,138,734 104,421 3,115,405 325,445 2,642,723 120,664 8,710,600 387,518 2,017,851 186,797 5,727,689 207,102 2,943,520 338,788 2,177,202 374,755 279,036 3,765,343 3,969,455 262,793 4,637,298 251,190 1,779,720 120,084 4,526,289 250,030 29,410,137 997,800 5,451,958 220,444 3,083,176 146,769 4,175,359 229,726 2,574,683 165,336 15,472,866 326,505,158

Total 6,745,290 10,679,439 2,603,055 2,089,542 3,189,654 2,533,334 5,804,483 13,940,409 2,462,196 6,835,918 7,889,677 26,151,248 4,467,508 7,585,642 3,536,645 4,559,523 5,809,588 6,953,500 3,840,773 17,459,078 12,921,715 8,232,756 17,809,055 2,052,652 2,789,814 3,088,721 1,834,108 6,339,580 5,055,066 1,155,222 1,696,745 1,808,469 4,005,746 1,367,808 4,975,562 886,344 2,336,127 13,398,930 4,416,830 3,854,432 1,243,155 3,440,850 2,763,387 9,098,118 2,204,648 5,934,791 3,282,308 2,551,957 4,044,379 4,232,248 4,888,488 1,899,804 4,776,319 30,407,937 5,672,402 3,229,945 4,405,085 2,740,019 341,978,024

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Other Budget Policy Issues– FOR INFORMATION ONLY 

  S.L. 2016‐124, as amended, includes the following special provisions that are relevant to  community colleges. See Appendix B for the full text of each provision.  





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Section 7.10A Enterprise Resource Planning Design and Implementation   o Directs the System Office to begin planning and design of a modernized ERP for the  State’s 58 community colleges, addressing student information, core financial  management, grants, HR, and payroll.   o The planning and design of the ERP system may include either a modernization of  the current system or a replacement system.  o A RFP for a system implementation shall be prepared for release no later than  October 1, 2017.   o Requires a report to the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on IT by January 15,  2017.    Section 8.11 Certain CIHS Operating Without Additional Funds  Authorizes colleges to earn BFTE for instruction provided at the following CIHSs, but no  additional funding (055 funds) will be provided to the LEAs:  o Alamance‐Burlington Early College  o Alexander Early College  o Cabarrus Early College of Technology  o Camden Early College  o Chatham County School of Science and Engineering  o City of Medicine Cooperative Innovative High School  o Gaston Early College High School  o Hillside New Tech Cooperative Innovative High School  o Johnston County Career and Technical Academy  o Northampton County New Tech Early College  o Person Early College for Innovation and Leadership  o Stanly County School of Engineering and Design  o Wayne School of Engineering at Goldsboro High School    Section 8.21 Pilot Program to Raise HS Dropout Age  o Establishes pilot program in Hickory Public Schools, Newton‐Conover City Schools,  and Rutherford County Schools to increase the HS dropout age from 16 to 18.   o Directs these LEAs to partner with CVCC and Isothermal CC in administering the pilot  program.  Section 11.2 Modify NC Guaranteed Admission Program (NCGAP)  o Directs the President of the UNC System to adopt a plan to improve student  completion of baccalaureate degrees at each constituent institution and report on  the plan by January 1, 2017. 

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o Requires NCGAP implementation in FY 2017-18 for the 2018-19 academic year if the required plan is not implemented. 

Section 11.4 Access to Affordable College Education o Requires UNC to guarantee no in-state tuition increase for students during the standard college term (i.e. typically four years), effective 2016 fall academic semester for freshmen and transfer students. o Prohibits UNC from increasing student fees by more than 3% per academic year, beginning with the 2017-18 academic year. o Establishes “NC Promise Tuition Plan”. Beginning with the 2018 fall academic semester, resident tuition shall be $500 and non-resident tuition shall be $2,500 per semester for ECSU, UNCP, and WCU. For FY 2018-19, the Director of the Budget may authorize an increase in the base budget for UNC of up to $40 million to cover the cost of lost tuition revenue. o Directs UNC to evaluate the current cap of 18% on the admission of non-resident students entering the freshman class of ECSU, UNCP, and WCU. Authorizes the BOG to eliminate or increase the cap at those institutions. o Establishes merit scholarships at NC A&T and NCCU.



Section 10.1: Update Performance Measures Makes the requested statutory changes to G.S. 115D-31.1 to delete the “Attainment of adult high school equivalency diplomas” measure and to incorporate the measures related to the success rate of students in credit-bearing English and math courses.



Section 10.2: Clarify Use of Career Coach Funds (As Amended by Section 4.4 of S.L. 2016-123) Clarifies that Career Coach funds shall only be used for salaries and benefits for career coaches and up to 2% of funds appropriated for the program may be used for direct operating costs (i.e. travel, etc.) related to support supporting NC Works Career Coaches.



Section 10.5 Clarify Career- and College-Ready Graduate Program Amends Section 10.13 of S.L. 2015-241 to clarify that model CCRG programs shall be implemented in 2016-17 and that the CRCG program shall be fully implemented in all high schools statewide beginning with the 2018-19 school year. Requires the State Boards of Community Colleges and Education to jointly report by March 15, 2017; March 15, 2018; and October 15, 2019 on various implementation steps.



Section 10.6 Connect NC Bond Administration Establishes Connect NC Bond administration positions at the System Office for the purpose of supporting review of Connect NC bond project requests and ensuring compliance. It also requires that these positions be eliminated as soon as the administration of the Connect NC bond is complete.

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Section 10.7 Delay Property Transfer to Cleveland CC Amends Section 1 of S.L. 2012-177 to delay the transfer of the former Cleveland County Correctional Facility to Cleveland Community College until on or after July 1, 2021. Also, the net proceeds of any subsequent disposition of the property shall be remitted to the CCC Board of Trustees and may be used for any lawful purpose.



Section 10.8 Certain Community College Project Funds (As Amended by Section 4.1 of S.L. 2016-123) Provides that the funds appropriated for the Center for Advanced Manufacturing at Gaston College and for Mitchell Community College site development shall not revert at the end of the fiscal year, but shall remain available until expended.

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Appendix A: Compensation Reserve Allocation Methodology    As discussed in II.A.1, the 2016 Appropriations Act appropriated recurring funds to a Compensation  Increase Reserve to support adjustments to college employee salaries.  The amounts listed on  page 5 are not a separate allocation.  These amounts reflect the additional salary funds that have  been incorporated into colleges’ formula allocations through an adjustment to the formula values.  Since colleges have broad budget flexibility, we no longer distinguish between funds allocated for  personnel and other costs in the budget package. However, our funding formulas continue to be  based on models that fund a prescribed number of instructional and support units (i.e. the  equivalent of full‐time positions) at defined unit values (i.e. salary amounts).   Based on the recurring funds available in the Compensation Increase Reserve, the unit values used  in the formula have been increased by just over 1.5%.    

Instruction:   o Step 1: Determine the amount of increase associated with each instructional unit.  The FY 2015‐16 instructional unit value was $49,379. A salary increase of  approximately 1.5% on this amount equals $757, bringing the FY 2016‐17  instructional unit value to $50,136. Therefore, colleges receive an additional $757  per instructional unit.     o Step 2: Determine number of instructional units funded. Each college is funded for  seven instructional units (six curriculum, one continuing education). Colleges are  funded for additional instructional units, which are determined by dividing the  number of budget FTE by the relevant tier ratio.     o Step 3: Multiply the increase per instructional unit by number of units. See  example calculation below.      CU     Ratio  BFTE  Units  Tier1A  16.44  443  26.9 Tier1B  18.69  939  50.2 Tier 2  21.66  2270  104.8 Tier 3  25.75  0  0.0 Base        6.0 Total            187.9  Amount per unit    $757 Increase  Amount    $142,240     

  

BFTE   0 6 118 232          

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CE  Units  0.0 0.3 5.4 9.0 1.0        15.7  $757

BFTE   0 0 324  0        

$11,885  

BS  Units  0.0  0.00  15  0.0   0.00        5.5   $757 

Total                   218.6 $757

$11,355  $165,480



Institutional and Academic Support: o Step 1: Determine amount of increase associated with the base and MCC allotments. The FY 2015-16 base allotment was $2,224,225. Of this amount, the model provides $2,132,663 for salaries. An increase of approximately 1.5% increases the base by $24,530 (excluding benefits). Therefore, colleges receive an additional $24,530 in the base allotment. Using the same methodology, colleges receive $5,694 for each Level 1 MCC and $9,613 for each Level 2 MCC. o Step 2: Determine amount of increase associated with the enrollment allotment. The FY 2015-16 enrollment allotment value was $1,710 per FTE greater than 750 FTE. Of this amount, the model provided $1,191 per FTE for salaries. An increase of about 1.5% adjusts the enrollment allotment by approximately $18. Therefore, colleges receive an additional $18 per FTE greater than 750 in the enrollment allotment for salaries. o Step 3: Sum base, MCC, and enrollment allotment increases. See example below. $ /FTE BFTE>750 Base Allotment Increase Enrollment Allotment Increase Total

$18

3,582

Total $24,530 $64,476 $89,006



Categorical: The adjustment to categorical allotments has been made to enable a 1.5% average salary increase.



Fringes: In addition to the funding adjustments described above, funding is provided through the formula for the corresponding fringes (FICA and retirement).

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Appendix B: Relevant Excerpts from S.L. 2016-94 and S.L. 2016-123 Excerpts from S.L. 2016-94                    

Section 7.10A: Enterprise Resource Planning Design and Implementation Section 8.11: Certain CIHS Operating Without Additional Funds Section 8.21: Pilot Program to Raise HS Dropout Age Section 10.1: Update Performance Measures Section 10.2: Clarify Use of Career Coach Funds (Amended by S.L. 2016-123) Section 10.3: Youth Apprenticeship Tuition Waiver Section 10.4: Tuition Waiver/Firefighters and EMS Personnel on Military Installations Section 10.5: Clarify Career- and College-Ready Graduate Program Section 10.6: Connect NC Bond Administration Section 10.7: Delay Property Transfer to Cleveland CC Section 10.8: Certain Community College Project Funds (Amended by S.L. 2016-123) Section 11.2: Modify NC Guaranteed Admission Program (NCGAP) Section 11.4: Access to Affordable College Education Section 36.1A: State-Funded Personnel/ /Merit-Based Bonuses Authorized Section 36.10: Community College Personnel Section 36.18: Mitigate Bonus Leave Section 36.19: Extend Voluntary Shared Leave to Community College Employees Section 36.20: Salary-Related Contributions Section 36.21: Provide One-Time Cost-of-Living Supplement for Retirees Section 36.23: Qualified Excess Benefit Arrangement

Excerpt from S.L. 2015-268  Section 4.1: Amend Certain Community College Project Funds  Section 9.1: Amend Community College Personnel Provision

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Appendix B: Relevant Excerpts from S.L. 2016-94 and S.L. 2016-123 Excerpts from S.L. 2016-94 COMMUNITY COLLEGES SYSTEM ERP DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION SECTION 7.10A.(a) The North Carolina Community Colleges System Office, in consultation with the Department of Information Technology, shall begin planning and design of a modernized ERP for the State's 58 community colleges. The ERP system shall address, at a minimum, student information system, core financial management, grants, human resource management, and payroll. The planning and design of the ERP system may include either a modernization of the current system or a replacement system. A request for proposal for a replacement system implementation shall be prepared for release no later than October 1, 2017. The North Carolina Community Colleges System Office may use funds from the North Carolina Community College IT Systems Budget Code 26802 to support planning and request for proposal development efforts; provided, that the total amount expended for the project does not exceed one million dollars ($1,000,000). To the extent that these funds have not been appropriated for the 2016-2017 fiscal year elsewhere, they are hereby appropriated. SECTION 7.10A.(b) The North Carolina Community Colleges System Office shall submit a report to the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Information Technology on or before January 15, 2017. The report shall identify the results of the planning and design effort, including at least all of the following information: (1) Proposed sequence of functional and site implementation. (2) A phased-in contracting plan with checkpoints to facilitate budgeting and program management. (3) The feasibility of a cloud-based component. (4) Cost estimate for full implementation. CERTAIN CIHS OPERATING WITHOUT ADDITIONAL FUNDS SECTION 8.11. Beginning with the 2016-2017 school year and for subsequent school years thereafter, notwithstanding G.S. 115C-238.51A(c) and G.S. 115C-238.54, Alamance-Burlington Early College, Alexander Early College, Cabarrus Early College of Technology, Camden Early College, Chatham County School of Science and Engineering, City of Medicine Cooperative Innovative High School, Gaston Early College High School, Hillside New Tech Cooperative Innovative High School, Johnston County Career and Technical Academy, Northampton County New Tech Early College, Person Early College for Innovation and Leadership, Stanly County School of Engineering and Design, and Wayne School of Engineering at Goldsboro High School shall be permitted to operate in accordance with G.S. 115C-238.53 and G.S. 115C-238.54 as cooperative innovative high schools approved under G.S. 115C-238.51A(c) and shall be subject to the evaluation requirements of G.S. 115C-238.55. PILOT PROGRAM TO RAISE THE HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT AGE FROM SIXTEEN TO EIGHTEEN SECTION 8.21.(a) Notwithstanding any provisions in Part 1 of Article 26 of Chapter 115C of the General Statutes, G.S. 7B-1501(27), 115C-238.66(3), 116-235(b)(2), and 143B-805(20) to the contrary, the State Board of Education shall authorize the Hickory Public Schools, the Newton-Conover City Schools, and the Rutherford County Schools to establish and implement a pilot program pursuant to this section to increase the high school dropout age from 16 years of age to the completion of the school year coinciding with the calendar year in which a student reaches 18 years of age, unless the student has previously graduated from high school. The pilot program may be implemented beginning with the

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2016-2017 school year and may continue for subsequent school years following the end of the 2015-2017 fiscal biennium. SECTION 8.21.(b) For the purposes of implementing the pilot program authorized by this section, a local school administrative unit that is participating in the pilot program shall have the authority to provide that, if the principal or the principal's designee determines that a student's parent, guardian, or custodian, or a student who is 18 years of age, has not made a good-faith effort to comply with the compulsory attendance requirements of the pilot program, the principal shall notify the district attorney and, if the student is less than 18 years of age, the director of social services of the county where the student resides. If the principal or the principal's designee determines that a parent, guardian, or custodian of a student less than 18 years of age has made a good-faith effort to comply with the law, the principal may file a complaint with the juvenile court counselor pursuant to Chapter 7B of the General Statutes that the student is habitually absent from school without a valid excuse. Upon receiving notification by the principal or the principal's designee, the director of social services shall determine whether to undertake an investigation under G.S. 7B-302. SECTION 8.21.(c) The local boards of education of the participating local school administrative units shall prescribe specific rules to address under what circumstances a student who is 18 years of age who is required to attend school as part of the pilot program shall be excused from attendance, including if the student has attained a high school equivalency certificate or a student has enlisted as a member of the Armed Forces. SECTION 8.21.(d) For the purposes of implementing the pilot program authorized by this section, any (i) parent, guardian, or other person having charge or control of a student enrolled in a school located within a participating local school administrative unit and (ii) student who is 18 years of age enrolled in a school located within a participating local school administrative unit who violates the compulsory attendance provisions of the pilot program without a lawful exception recognized under Part 1 of Article 26 of Chapter 115C of the General Statutes or the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. SECTION 8.21.(e) If an affidavit is made by the student, parent of the student, or by any other person that any student who is required to attend school under the requirements of the pilot program is not able to attend school by reason of necessity to work or labor for the support of himself or herself or the support of the family, then the school social worker of the applicable school located within the participating school administrative unit shall diligently inquire into the matter and bring it to the attention of an appropriate court, depending on the age of the student. The court shall proceed to find whether as a matter of fact the student is unable to attend the school or such parents, or persons standing in loco parentis, are unable to send the student to school for the term of compulsory attendance for the reasons given. If the court finds, after careful investigation, that the student or the parents have made or are making a bona fide effort to comply with the compulsory attendance law, and by reason of illness, lack of earning capacity, or any other cause which the court may deem valid and sufficient, the student is unable to attend school, then the court shall find and state what help is needed for the student or family to enable compliance with the attendance requirements under the pilot program. SECTION 8.21.(f) Each local school administrative unit may use any funds available to it to implement the pilot program in accordance with this section to (i) employ up to three additional teachers and (ii) fund additional student-related costs, such as transportation and technology costs, including additional computers, to serve a greater number of students as a result of the pilot program. Each local school administrative unit may also use any funds available to it to operate a night school program for students at risk of dropping out of high school. For Hickory Public Schools and Newton-Conover City Schools, to the extent possible, the local school administrative units shall partner with Catawba Valley Community College in administering the pilot program. For Rutherford County Schools, to the extent possible, the local school administrative unit shall partner with Isothermal Community College in administering the pilot program. SECTION 8.21.(g) The local school administrative units, in collaboration with the State Board of Education, shall report to the Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee, the House

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Appropriations Subcommittee on Education, and the Senate Appropriations Committee on Education/Higher Education by January 15, 2018, and by January 15 of each even-numbered year thereafter until the end of the operation of the pilot programs. The report shall include at least all of the following information: (1) An analysis of the graduation rate in each local school administrative unit and the impact of the pilot program on the graduation rate. (2) The teen crime statistics for Catawba County and for Rutherford County. (3) The number of reported cases of violations of compulsory attendance laws in Catawba County and Rutherford County and the disposition of those cases. (4) Implementation of enforcement mechanisms for violations of the compulsory attendance requirements of the pilot program, including the imposition of criminal penalties. (5) The number of at-risk students served in any night programs established as part of the pilot program and student graduation and performance outcomes for those students. (6) All relevant data to assist in determining the effectiveness of the program and specific legislative recommendations, including the continuation, modification, or expansion of the program statewide. SECTION 8.21.(h) The State Board of Education shall not authorize a pilot program under subsection (a) of this section in Catawba County except upon receipt of a copy of a joint resolution adopted by the boards of education for the Hickory Public Schools and the Newton-Conover City Schools setting forth a date to begin establishment and implementation of the pilot program. The State Board of Education shall not authorize a pilot program under subsection (a) of this section in Rutherford County except upon receipt of a copy of a resolution adopted by the board of education for the Rutherford County Schools setting forth a date to begin establishment and implementation of the pilot program.

UPDATE PERFORMANCE MEASURES SECTION 10.1. G.S. 115D-31.3 reads as rewritten: "§ 115D-31.3. Institutional performance accountability. … (e) Mandatory Performance Measures. – The State Board of Community Colleges shall evaluate each college on the following eight performance measures: (1) Progress of basic skills students. (2) Attainment of adult high school equivalency diplomas by students. (3) Performance of students who transfer to a four-year institution. (3a) Success rate of students in credit-bearing English courses. (3b) Success rate of students in credit-bearing Math courses. (4) Success of developmental students in subsequent college-level English courses. (5) Success of developmental students in subsequent college-level math courses. (5a) Progress of first-year curriculum students. (6) Repealed by Session Laws 2012-142, s. 8.5, effective July 1, 2012. (7) Curriculum student retention and graduation. (8) Repealed by Session Laws 2012-142, s. 8.5, effective July 1, 2012. (9) Attainment of licensure and certifications by students. The State Board may also evaluate each college on additional performance measures. (f) Publication of Performance Ratings. – Each college shall publish its performance on the eight measures set out in subsection (e) of this section (i) annually in its electronic catalog or on the Internet and (ii) in its printed catalog each time the catalog is reprinted. The Community Colleges System Office shall publish the performance of all colleges on all eight measures.

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(g) Recognition of Successful Institutional Performance. – For the purpose of recognition of successful institutional performance, the State Board of Community Colleges shall evaluate each college on the eight performance measures set out in subsection (e) of this section. Subject to the availability of funds, the State Board may allocate funds among colleges based on the evaluation of each institution's performance, including at least the following components: (1) Program quality evaluated by determining a college's rate of student success on each measure as compared to a systemwide performance baseline and goal. (2) Program impact on student outcomes evaluated by the number of students succeeding on each measure. …." CLARIFY USE OF CAREER COACH FUNDS SECTION 10.2. Section 10.14(c) of S.L. 2015-241 reads as rewritten: "SECTION 10.14.(c) The funds appropriated under this act to the Community Colleges System Office for the 2015-2017 fiscal biennium to match non-State funds to implement the NC Works Career Coach Program shall only be used for (i) salary and benefits for career coaches and (ii) up to two percent (2%) of the direct operating costs related to supporting NC Works Career Coaches."

YOUTH APPRENTICESHIP TUITION WAIVER SECTION 10.3.(a) G.S. 115D-5(b) reads as rewritten: "(b) In order to make instruction as accessible as possible to all citizens, the teaching of curricular courses and of noncurricular extension courses at convenient locations away from institution campuses as well as on campuses is authorized and shall be encouraged. A pro rata portion of the established regular tuition rate charged a full-time student shall be charged a part-time student taking any curriculum course. In lieu of any tuition charge, the State Board of Community Colleges shall establish a uniform registration fee, or a schedule of uniform registration fees, to be charged students enrolling in extension courses for which instruction is financed primarily from State funds. The State Board of Community Colleges may provide by general and uniform regulations for waiver of tuition and registration fees for the following: ... (16) Courses provided to students who are participating in an apprenticeship program that meets all of the following criteria: a. Is a registered apprenticeship program recognized by the United States Department of Labor. b. Has a documented plan of study with courses relating to a job-specific occupational or technical skill. c. Requires the participants in the program to be high school students when entering the program. The State Board of Community Colleges shall not waive tuition and registration fees for other individuals." SECTION 10.3.(b) This section applies beginning with the 2016 fall academic term. TUITION WAIVER/FIREFIGHTERS AND EMS PERSONNEL ON MILITARY INSTALLATIONS SECTION 10.4.(a) G.S. 115D-5(b) is amended by adding a new subdivision to read: "(b) In order to make instruction as accessible as possible to all citizens, the teaching of curricular courses and of noncurricular extension courses at convenient locations away from institution campuses as well as on campuses is authorized and shall be encouraged. A pro rata portion of the established regular tuition rate charged a full-time student shall be charged a part-time student taking any curriculum course. In lieu of any tuition charge, the State Board of Community Colleges shall establish a uniform registration

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fee, or a schedule of uniform registration fees, to be charged students enrolling in extension courses for which instruction is financed primarily from State funds. The State Board of Community Colleges may provide by general and uniform regulations for waiver of tuition and registration fees for the following: … (2a) Firefighters, EMS personnel, and rescue and lifesaving personnel whose duty station is located on a military installation within North Carolina for courses that support their organizations' training needs and are approved for this purpose by the State Board of Community Colleges. … The State Board of Community Colleges shall not waive tuition and registration fees for other individuals." SECTION 10.4.(b) G.S. 115D-39(a1) reads as rewritten: "(a1) In addition, federal law enforcement officers, firefighters, EMS personnel, and rescue and lifesaving personnel whose permanent duty station is within North Carolina and who do not otherwise qualify for tuition waivers under G.S. 115D-5(b)(2a) shall also be eligible for the State resident community college tuition rate for courses that support their organizations' training needs and are approved for this purpose by the State Board of Community Colleges." SECTION 10.4.(c) This section applies beginning with the 2016 fall academic term.

CLARIFY CAREER- AND COLLEGE-READY GRADUATE PROGRAM SECTION 10.5. Section 10.13 of S.L. 2015-241 reads as rewritten: "CAREER- AND COLLEGE-READY GRADUATES "SECTION 10.13.(a) The State Board of Community Colleges, in consultation with the State Board of Education, shall develop a program for implementation beginning with model programs in the 2016-2017 school year that introduces the college developmental mathematics and developmental reading and English curriculums in the high school senior year and provides opportunities for college remediation for students prior to high school graduation through cooperation with community college partners. The program shall be fully implemented in all high schools statewide beginning with the 2018-2019 school year. Students who are enrolled in the Occupational Course of Study to receive their high school diplomas shall not be required to participate in the program or be required to take mandatory remedial courses as provided for in this section, unless a parent specifically requests through the individualized education program (IEP) process that the student participates. The program shall require the following: (1) Establishment by the State Board of Community Colleges of measures for determining student readiness and preparation for college coursework by using ACT scores, student grade point averages, or other measures currently used by the State Board of Community Colleges to determine college readiness for entering students. (2) Changes in curriculum, policy, and rules as needed by the State Board of Community Colleges and State Board of Education to make remedial courses mandatory for students who do not meet readiness indicators by their junior year to ensure college readiness prior to high school graduation. These changes shall include the flexibility for students to fulfill senior mathematics and English graduation requirements through enrollment in mandatory remedial courses or to enroll in those courses as electives. (3) High schools to use curriculum approved by the State Board of Community Colleges, in consultation with the State Board of Education. (4) Determinations by the State Board of Community Colleges on the following: a. Appropriate measures of successful completion of the remedial courses to ensure students are prepared for coursework at a North Carolina community college without need for further remediation in mathematics or reading and English.

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The length of time following high school graduation in which a student who successfully completed high school remedial courses will not be required to enroll in developmental courses at a North Carolina community college. (5) Delivery of remedial courses by high school faculty consistent with policies adopted by the State Board of Community Colleges and the State Board of Education. The policies shall include, at a minimum, the following requirements: a. High school faculty teaching the approved remedial courses must successfully complete training requirements as determined by the State Board of Community Colleges, in consultation with the State Board of Education. b. The North Carolina Community College System shall provide oversight of the remedial courses to ensure appropriate instructional delivery. "SECTION 10.13.(b) The State Board of Community Colleges and the State Board of Education shall report on progress of implementation of the program statewide, including the requirements in subsection (a) of this section, to the Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee no later than March 15, 2016. The State Board of Community Colleges and the State Board of Education shall jointly report to the Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee as follows: (1) No later than March 15, 2017, on the outcomes of model programs implemented in the 2016-2017 school year and suggested statutory changes to ensure successful implementation of the program statewide. (2) No later than March 15, 2018, on implementation and professional development efforts in the 2017-2018 school year and information on final changes in curriculum, policy, and rules to ensure successful implementation of the program statewide in the 2018-2019 school year. (3) No later than October 15, 2019, and annually thereafter, on program outcomes, including impact on remediation rates in both mathematics and reading and English for recent high school graduates entering a North Carolina community college or constituent institution of The University of North Carolina."

CONNECT NC BOND ADMINISTRATION SECTION 10.6. Of the funds appropriated in this act to the Community Colleges System Office, the sum of one hundred ninety-one thousand seven hundred thirty-five dollars ($191,735) in recurring funds for the 2016-2017 fiscal year shall be used only to support review of Connect NC bond project requests and to ensure compliance with capital improvement regulations and processes. Positions created during the 2016-2017 fiscal year for the purpose of supporting review of Connect NC bond project requests and ensuring compliance shall be used only for that purpose, and those positions shall be eliminated as soon as administration of the Connect NC bond is complete.

DELAY PROPERTY TRANSFER TO CLEVELAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE SECTION 10.7.(a) Section 1 of S.L. 2012-177 reads as rewritten: "SECTION 1. The State of North Carolina shall convey to the Board of Trustees of Cleveland Community College, for consideration of one dollar ($1.00), all its right, title, and interest in the property used for the former Cleveland County Correctional Facility, more particularly described as that portion of Parcel 22252 Cleveland County, deed reference Book 4F, Page 064, consisting of approximately 13.25 acres currently allocated to the Department of Public Safety, Division of Adult Corrections, SPO File No. 23-008. The conveyance is subject to a reversionary interest reserved by the State. The property shall be conveyed to the Board of Trustees of Cleveland Community College for so long as it is utilized for educational purposes consistent with the mission of the North Carolina Community College System.The net proceeds of any subsequent disposition of the property shall be remitted to the Board of Trustees of Cleveland Community College and may be used by the Board for any lawful public purpose."

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SECTION 10.7.(b) Section 4 of S.L. 2012-177, as amended by Section 1 of S.L. 2014-19, reads as rewritten: "SECTION 4. Sections 1 through 3 of this act become effective July 1, 2016. 2021. The remainder of this act becomes effective January 1, 2013."

CERTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROJECT FUNDS SECTION 10.8. The funds appropriated to the North Carolina Community Colleges System Office by this act for the 2016-2017 fiscal year for (i) the Center for Advanced Manufacturing at Gaston Community College and (ii) Mitchell Community College site development shall not revert at the end of the fiscal year but shall remain available until expended.

MODIFY NC GUARANTEED ADMISSION PROGRAM (NCGAP) SECTION 11.2.(a) Section 11.7(b) of S.L. 2015-241 reads as rewritten: "SECTION 11.7.(b) The Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina and the State Board of Community Colleges shall jointly study and evaluate how a deferred admission program, to be known as the North Carolina Guaranteed Admission Program (NCGAP), for students identified as academically at risk and designed pursuant to subsection (c) of this section, would address the issues and help achieve the goals set out in subsection (a) of this section. In its study the Board of Governors and State Board of Community Colleges shall also consider the best procedure for implementing NCGAP and the fiscal impact it may have with respect to enrollment. By January 1, 2017, the President of The University of North Carolina, in consultation with the Board of Governors, shall adopt a plan to improve student completion of baccalaureate degrees that includes specific targets for each constituent institution's completion rates and that is effective for the 2017-2018 academic year. For the purposes of this section, "completion rates" may include the four and six year graduation rate of first-time, full-time freshman or other methods of measuring completion that may more accurately capture the success of each institution's undergraduate population. The plan shall allow for a variety of strategies designed to best meet the individual constituent institutions' needs, such as, but not limited to: redesigned courses, early alerts systems, tutoring, degree mapping, and innovative merit-based completion incentives." SECTION 11.2.(b) Section 11.7(d) of S.L. 2015-241 reads as rewritten: "SECTION 11.7.(d) The Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina and the State Board of Community Colleges shall report their finding and recommendations to the Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee, the Fiscal Research Division, and the Office of State Budget and Management by March 1, 2016. The report shall include an analysis of the fiscal impact NCGAP may have with regard to enrollment at constituent institutions of The University of North Carolina and at community colleges, the number of students who may participate in NCGAP, and its effect on FTEs. The President of the University of North Carolina shall report on the plan to improve student completions to the Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee, the Fiscal Research Division, and the Office of State Budget and Management by January 1, 2017." SECTION 11.2.(c) Section 11.7(e) of S.L. 2015-241 reads as rewritten: "SECTION 11.7.(e) Based on the analysis conducted by the Board of Governors and the State Board of Community Colleges pursuant to subsection (b) of this section and the recommendations made pursuant to subsection (d) of this section, each constituent institution shall design a deferred admission program as part of NCGAP for implementation at the institution. The institution shall design the program so that it may be implemented at the institution beginning with the 2016-20172017-2018 fiscal year and applied to the institution's admission process for the 2017-20182018-2019 academic year and each subsequent academic year.year if the plan required by subsection (b) of this section is not implemented." SECTION 11.2.(d) Section 11.7(g) of S.L. 2015-241 reads as rewritten:

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"SECTION 11.7.(g) NCGAP shall be implemented at all constituent institutions and all community colleges beginning with the 2016-20172017-2018 fiscal year and shall apply to admissions policies at each constituent institution and community college beginning with the 2017-20182018-2019 academic year and each subsequent academic year.year if the plan required by subsection (b) of this section is not implemented."

ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE COLLEGE EDUCATION SECTION 11.4.(a) Guarantee of No In-State Tuition Increase for Standard College Term. – Article 14 of Chapter 116 of the General Statutes is amended by adding a new section to read: "§ 116-143.9. Fixed tuition payment. (a) There is established the fixed tuition payment program. The rate of tuition of any freshman or transfer undergraduate student who is admitted to any constituent institution of The University of North Carolina and deemed to be a North Carolina resident for purposes of tuition shall be guaranteed as provided by this section. The program shall have the following components: (1) A guarantee that the rate of tuition approved by either the Board of Governors or the Board of Trustees of the constituent institution will remain constant or decrease during the tuition period. (2) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the tuition period shall be (i) eight consecutive academic semesters for a student seeking a baccalaureate degree in a four-year program or 10 consecutive academic semesters for a student seeking a baccalaureate degree in a program officially designated by the Board of Governors as a five-year program, not including any summer sessions, or (ii) the appropriate balance of a designated program length after making the proper adjustments for a student who transfers to the constituent institution. (3) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the student must remain enrolled continuously at the constituent institution during the entire tuition period. (4) At the end of the tuition period, the cost of tuition for any additional academic semesters reverts to the amount of the current tuition for that constituent institution and a tuition surcharge imposed under G.S. 116-143.7, if applicable. (b) The tuition period may be tolled if the student is able to demonstrate a substantial disruption or interruption in the student's pursuit of a degree as provided in G.S. 116-143.7(c). (c) The Board of Governors shall adopt the policies needed to implement this section and shall also determine what the fixed tuition rates and the tuition periods shall be for undergraduate transfer students who are North Carolina residents for purposes of tuition." SECTION 11.4.(a1) Subsection (a) of this section is effective when it becomes law and beginning with the 2016 fall academic semester, applies to the rate of tuition for freshmen and transfer students who enroll at a constituent institution and to the rate of tuition for freshmen and transfer students who enroll at a constituent institution in subsequent academic semesters. SECTION 11.4.(b) Cap on Student Fees. – Article 14 of Chapter 116 of the General Statutes is amended by adding a new section to read: "§ 116-143.10. Cap on student fees. Notwithstanding G.S. 116-143 and G.S. 116-11(7), the Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina and the Board of Trustees at each constituent institution may increase the cumulative total of all undergraduate student fees approved by either the Board of Governors or the Board of Trustees by no more than three percent (3%) per academic year." SECTION 11.4.(b1) Subsection (b) of this section is effective when it becomes law and applies beginning with the 2017-2018 academic year. The student fees charged for the 2016-2017 academic year shall be the baseline used to determine the amount of the three percent (3%) increase in student fees that is permissible for the 2017-2018 academic year.

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SECTION 11.4.(c) NC Promise Tuition Plan and "Buy Down." – Article 14 of Chapter 116 of the General Statutes is amended by adding a new section to read: "§ 116-143.11. NC Promise Tuition Plan; State "buy down" of certain financial obligations. (a) The NC Promise Tuition Plan shall be established and implemented as provided by this section. Notwithstanding G.S. 116-143 and G.S. 116-11(7), the Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina shall set the rate of undergraduate tuition for Elizabeth City State University, the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, and Western Carolina University as follows: beginning with the 2018 fall academic semester, the rate of tuition for students deemed to be North Carolina residents for purposes of tuition shall be five hundred dollars ($500.00) per academic semester and the rate of tuition for nonresident students shall be two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500) per academic semester. (b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the State shall "buy down" the amount of any financial obligation resulting from the established tuition rate that may be incurred by Elizabeth City State University, the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, and Western Carolina University as provided by this subsection. Beginning with the 2018-2019 fiscal year, the Director of the Budget shall determine each fiscal year, based on information provided by the Board of Governors and the Chancellor of each constituent institution, the amount required to offset the forgone tuition receipts at each of the three institutions as a result of the tuition rate established by this section. The Director of the Budget shall authorize an increase in the base budget of The University of North Carolina of up to forty million dollars ($40,000,000) each fiscal year to cover the cost of the "buy down" that fiscal year and shall allocate the appropriate sum to each constituent institution. Any increase in the base budget authorized pursuant to this subsection shall not be included in the calculation of projected enrollment growth under G.S. 116-30.7. (c) When implementing the provisions of this section, the Board of Governors shall give due consideration to maintaining the unique historical character of each institution, including service to students who are first generation, college-going, economically disadvantaged, or minority." SECTION 11.4.(c1) By January 16, 2017, the Board of Governors shall develop and implement a marketing strategy utilizing advertising means with historically successful results that is designed to increase enrollment at Elizabeth City State University and to effectively market the NC Promise Tuition Plan at that campus. Of the funds appropriated by this act to the Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina for the 2016-2017 fiscal year, the Board of Governors may use a sum of up to two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000) to accomplish the purpose provided in this subsection. SECTION 11.4.(c2) G.S. 116-144 reads as rewritten: "§ 116-144. Higher tuition to be charged nonresidents. The Unless provided otherwise by law, the Board of Governors shall fix the tuition and required fees charged nonresidents of North Carolina who attend the institutions enumerated in G.S. 116-4 at rates higher than the rates charged residents of North Carolina and comparable to the rates charged nonresident students by comparable public institutions nationwide, except that a person who serves as a graduate teaching assistant or graduate research assistant or in a similar instructional or research assignment and is at the same time enrolled as a graduate student in the same institution may, in the discretion of the Board of Governors, be charged a lower rate fixed by the Board, provided the rate is not lower than the North Carolina resident rate." SECTION 11.4.(d) Evaluation of Admission Cap on Nonresident Students Entering the Freshman Class of a Constituent Institution. – The Board of Governors shall consider what effect, if any, the elimination of or an increase in the current cap of eighteen percent (18%) on the enrollment of nonresident students entering the freshman class at the constituent institutions listed in subsection (d1) of this section may have regarding the student applications to those institutions. If the Board of Governors determines that eliminating or increasing such cap may increase the number, academic strength, and diversity of student applications at those institutions, then the Board of Governors may, in its discretion, adopt a policy that eliminates or establishes a different cap and the period of time for which the modification of the cap shall be implemented at those institutions. SECTION 11.4.(d1) Subsection (d) of this section applies only to Elizabeth City State University, the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, and Western Carolina University.

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SECTION 11.4.(e) Establish Merit Scholarships at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and North Carolina Central University. – Chapter 116 of the General Statutes is amended by adding a new Article to read: "Article 35. "Cheatham-White Scholarships. "§ 116-290. Cheatham-White Scholarships; establishment and purpose; benefits. (a) Scholarships Established; Purpose. – The Cheatham-White Scholarships are established as a merit scholarship program at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and at North Carolina Central University. The purpose of the scholarships is to provide an outstanding educational experience for students who are exceptional scholars, versatile and well-rounded individuals with a broad range of interests, and who are accomplished and proficient in areas of both the arts and the sciences. They must also demonstrate leadership potential and a strong commitment to service. (b) Scholarship Benefits. – Each scholarship is a fully funded four-year scholarship that covers the cost of all of the following: full tuition, student fees, housing, meals, textbooks, a laptop, supplies, travel, and personal expenses. Each scholarship also provides four summers of fully funded enrichment and networking opportunities that may include international travel and study. (c) Number of Scholarships Awarded. – Up to 50 scholarships, 40 for resident students and 10 for nonresident students, may be awarded each academic year to students admitted to North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Up to 50 scholarships, 40 for resident students and 10 for nonresident students, may be awarded each academic year to students admitted to North Carolina Central University. "§ 116-291. Cheatham-White Scholarships; fund established; administration of fund. (a) Fund Established. – There is established the Cheatham-White Scholarships Fund to be used to fund scholarships awarded pursuant to this Article. Both private and public funds may be solicited in the creation of the fund. (b) Matching Funds. – The funds appropriated each fiscal year to the Cheatham-White Scholarships Fund shall be matched by non-State funds and disbursed pursuant to G.S. 143C-4-5. (c) Administration of Fund. – The University of North Carolina General Administration shall administer the Cheatham-White Scholarships Fund and the Cheatham-White Scholarships program. "§ 116-292. Cheatham-White Scholarships; eligibility and selection criteria. (a) Eligibility. – To be eligible to be nominated as a potential candidate for a Cheatham-White Scholarship, a person must satisfy all of the following criteria: (1) Be a competitive applicant for admission as a freshman in the fall semester into a baccalaureate program at either North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University or North Carolina Central University. (2) Be a United States citizen or permanent resident. (3) Be on course to graduate from high school in the spring semester prior to college admission. (b) Selection Criteria. – Candidates for Cheatham-White Scholarships shall be selected on the basis of academic merit, honorable character, outstanding leadership potential, and a demonstrable commitment to service. Financial need shall not be a consideration. "§ 116-293. Cheatham-White Scholarships; school nomination of candidates. All North Carolina high schools are eligible to nominate a student to be considered as a candidate for a Cheatham-White Scholarship. For purposes of this section, a high school includes a public school under the direction of a local board of education, a charter school, a regional school, a high school operated as part of The University of North Carolina, a school operated by the Department of Health and Human Services, a school operated by the State Board of Education, or a nonpublic school regulated under Article 39 of Chapter 115C of the General Statutes. The number of nominees from each school is determined by the size of the senior class as follows: (1)....... Up to 199 seniors.................................................................. 2 nominees. (2)....... 200-399 seniors..................................................................... 3 nominees.

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(3)....... 400-499 seniors..................................................................... 4 nominees. (4)....... 500 or more seniors............................................................... 5 nominees. "§ 116-294. Cheatham-White Scholarships; administration of scholarships. The University of North Carolina General Administration shall administer the Cheatham-White Scholarships, in consultation and collaboration with North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and North Carolina Central University, pursuant to policies adopted by the Board of Trustees of both constituent institutions. As part of its administrative responsibilities, The University of North Carolina General Administration, in consultation and collaboration with North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and North Carolina Central University, shall do all of the following: (1) Design and implement an application and school nomination process to be used to identify potential scholarship candidates and a process for awarding the scholarships. (2) Develop a direct nomination process, in addition to the school nomination process, that allows a student to nominate himself or herself to be considered as a candidate for the scholarship in certain circumstances. (3) Define and describe more fully the selection criteria to be considered when choosing a scholarship candidate and recipient. (4) Identify the parties that will (i) evaluate scholarship applications and nominations and (ii) determine which candidates shall be awarded scholarships. (5) Design the framework and add the necessary substantive detail for the scholarship program, including courses of study that will be available, summer enrichment programs, and other extraordinary educational opportunities, and oversee its implementation. (6) Establish a mentoring and networking system for scholarship recipients. (7) Administer the Cheatham-White Scholarships Fund. (8) Establish a Cheatham-White Scholarships alumni association and network. (9) Any other function necessary for the successful implementation of the Cheatham-White Scholarships program and administration of the Cheatham-White Scholarships Fund." SECTION 11.4.(e1) G.S. 116-291, as enacted by subsection (e) of this section, becomes effective July 1, 2016. The remainder of subsection (e) of this section becomes effective beginning with the 2017 fall academic semester so that students may be nominated for the scholarship during the 2017-2018 academic year, and recipients of the scholarship may enroll to begin a course of study at the constituent institution beginning with the 2018 fall academic semester. SECTION 11.4.(f) Scope. – Subsections (a) through (d) of this section do not apply to high schools governed by The University of North Carolina General Administration. SECTION 11.4.(f1) Effective Date. – Except as provided otherwise, this section is effective when it becomes law and applies to the 2016 fall academic semester and each subsequent academic semester.

STATE-FUNDED PERSONNEL/MERIT-BASED BONUSES AUTHORIZED SECTION 36.1A.(a) Funds for Merit-Based Bonuses. – Of the funds appropriated in this act from the General Fund and Highway Fund to the Compensation Bonus Reserves, nonrecurring funds for the 2016-2017 fiscal year are authorized generally to provide employing agencies with funds to award one-time merit-based bonuses to State-funded personnel in accordance with eligibility policies adopted by the employing agencies. The eligibility policy shall not provide an across-the-board bonus for this purpose. Notwithstanding G.S. 135-1(7a) and G.S. 135-53(5), merit-based bonuses awarded under this Part are not compensation under Chapter 135 of the General Statutes. SECTION 36.1A.(b) Employing Agency. – For the purposes of this Part, "employing agency" includes the following entities employing State-funded personnel:

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The State Human Resources Commission, for executive branch departments with respect to both EHRA and SHRA employees, except University of North Carolina EHRA employees. (2) The Administrative Office of the Courts and the Commission on Indigent Defense Services, for the judicial branch. (3) The Legislative Services Commission, for the legislative branch. (4) The Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina, except as to its SHRA employees. (5) The State Board of Community Colleges, for the North Carolina Community College System. (6) Each local board of education, for school-based administrators, central office, and noncertified personnel. Educators are not eligible. SECTION 36.1A.(c) Reporting. – Each local board of education shall provide to the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) the details of how these funds are distributed by district and school. All other employing agencies, and DPI, shall report to the chairs of the Senate Appropriations/Base Budget Committee and the House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations and the Fiscal Research Division on the use of these funds by no later than February 1, 2017.

COMMUNITY COLLEGES PERSONNEL SECTION 36.10.(a) Section 30.5 of S.L. 2015-241 reads as rewritten: "SECTION 30.5. The minimum salaries for nine-month, full-time curriculum community college faculty for the 2015-2017 fiscal biennium 2015-2016 fiscal year shall remain unchanged as follows: …." SECTION 36.10.(b) The minimum salaries for nine-month, full-time curriculum community college faculty for the 2016-2017 fiscal year are as follows: Education Level Minimum Salary Vocational Diploma/Certificate or Less $35,844 Associate Degree or Equivalent 36,356 Bachelor's Degree 38,579 Master's Degree or Education Specialist 40,551 Doctoral Degree 43,394 No full-time faculty member shall earn less than the minimum salary for his or her education level. The pro rata hourly rate of the minimum salary for each education level shall be used to determine the minimum salary for part-time faculty members. SECTION 36.10.(c) For the 2015-2017 fiscal biennium, the community college boards of trustees may provide personnel a salary increase pursuant to the policies adopted by the State Board of Community Colleges. SECTION 36.10.(d) Funds for compensation increases, including bonuses, may be used for any one or more of the following purposes: (i) merit pay, (ii) across-the-board increases, (iii) recruitment bonuses, (iv) retention increases, and (v) any other compensation increase pursuant to policies adopted by the State Board of Community Colleges. By March 1, 2017, the State Board of Community Colleges shall make a report on the use of these funds to the 2017 General Assembly.

MITIGATE BONUS LEAVE SECTION 36.18. During the 2016-2017 fiscal year, State agencies, departments, institutions, the North Carolina Community College System, and The University of North Carolina may offer State employees the opportunity to use or to cash in special bonus leave benefits that have accrued pursuant to Section 28.3A of Chapter 126 of the 2002 Session Laws, Section 30.12B(a) of Chapter 284 of the 2003

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Session Laws, Section 29.14A of S.L. 2005-276, and Section 35.10A of S.L. 2014-100, but only if all of the following requirements are met: (1) Employee participation in the program must be voluntary. (2) Special leave that is liquidated for cash payment to an employee must be valued at the amount based on the employee's current annual salary rate. (3) Each agency shall collect and report demographic information on the employees who opt to use or cash-in special leave under the incentive program. By March 1, 2017, an interim report on the demographic information shall be submitted to the respective agency head or employing agency and to the Fiscal Research Division. The final report shall be submitted by September 1, 2017.

EXTEND VOLUNTARY SHARED LEAVE TO COMMUNITY COLLEGES EMPLOYEES SECTION 36.19. G.S. 115D-25.3 reads as rewritten: "§ 115D-25.3. Voluntary shared leave. (a) The State Board of Community Colleges, in cooperation with the State Board of Education and the State Human Resources Commission, shall adopt rules and policies to allow any employee at a community college to share leave voluntarily with an immediate family member who is an employee of a community college, public school, or State agency; and with a coworker's immediate family member who is an employee of a community college, public school, or State agency. For the purposes of this section, the term "immediate family member" means a spouse, parent, child, brother, sister, grandparent, or grandchild. The term includes the step, half, and in-law relationships. The term "coworker" means that the employee donating the leave is employed by the same agency, department, institution, university, local school administrative unit, or community college as the employee whose immediate family member is receiving the leave. (b) The State Board of Community Colleges, in cooperation with the State Human Resources Commission, shall adopt rules and policies consistent with policies of the Commission to allow any employee at a community college to share leave voluntarily with a nonfamily member who is an employee of a community college. A community college employee who donates sick leave to a community college employee who is a nonfamily member shall not donate more than five days of sick leave per year to any one nonfamily community college employee. The combined total of sick leave donated to a community college employee from nonfamily community college employee donors shall not exceed 20 days per year. Donated sick leave shall not be used for retirement purposes and community college employees who donate sick leave shall be notified in writing of the consequences of donating sick leave in regard to State retirement system service credit."

SALARY-RELATED CONTRIBUTIONS SECTION 36.20.(a) Section 30.20 of S.L. 2015-241 reads as rewritten: "SALARY-RELATED CONTRIBUTIONS ... "SECTION 30.20.(b) Effective July 1, 2015, the State's employer contribution rates budgeted for retirement and related benefits as a percentage of covered salaries for the 2015-2017 fiscal biennium 2015-2016 fiscal year are (i) fifteen and thirty-two hundredths percent (15.32%) – Teachers and State Employees; (ii) twenty and thirty-two hundredths percent (20.32%) – State Law Enforcement Officers; (iii) twelve and eighty-five hundredths percent (12.85%) – University Employees' Optional Retirement Program; (iv) twelve and eighty-five hundredths percent (12.85%) – Community College Optional Retirement Program; (v) thirty-two and eighty-one hundredths percent (32.81%) – Consolidated Judicial Retirement System; and (vi) seven and forty hundredths percent (7.40%) – Legislative Retirement System. Each of the foregoing contribution rates includes five and sixty hundredths percent (5.60%) for hospital and medical benefits. The rate for the Teachers and State Employees, State Law Enforcement Officers,

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University Employees' Optional Retirement Program, and the Community College Optional Retirement Program includes forty-one hundredths percent (0.41%) for the Disability Income Plan. The rates for Teachers and State Employees and State Law Enforcement Officers include sixteen hundredths percent (0.16%) for the Death Benefits Plan. The rate for State Law Enforcement Officers includes five percent (5%) for Supplemental Retirement Income. The rate for Teachers and State Employees and State Law Enforcement Officers includes one hundredth percent (0.01%) for the Qualified Excess Benefit Arrangement. "SECTION 30.20.(b1) Effective July 1, 2016, the State's employer contribution rates budgeted for retirement and related benefits as a percentage of covered salaries for the 2016-2017 fiscal year are (i) sixteen and twelve hundredths percent (16.12%) – Teachers and State Employees; (ii) twenty-one and twelve hundredths percent (21.12%) – State Law Enforcement Officers; (iii) twelve and eighty-two hundredths percent (12.82%) – University Employees' Optional Retirement Program; (iv) twelve and eighty-two hundredths percent (12.82%) – Community College Optional Retirement Program; (v) thirty-five and six hundredths percent (35.06%) – Consolidated Judicial Retirement System; and (vi) twenty-three and eighty-two hundredths percent (23.82%) – Legislative Retirement System. Each of the foregoing contribution rates includes five and sixty hundredths percent (5.60%) for hospital and medical benefits. The rate for the Teachers and State Employees, State Law Enforcement Officers, University Employees' Optional Retirement Program, and the Community College Optional Retirement Program includes thirty-eight hundredths percent (0.38%) for the Disability Income Plan. The rates for Teachers and State Employees and State Law Enforcement Officers include sixteen hundredths percent (0.16%) for the Death Benefits Plan. The rate for State Law Enforcement Officers includes five percent (5%) for Supplemental Retirement Income. The rate for Teachers and State Employees and State Law Enforcement Officers includes one hundredths percent (0.01%) for the Qualified Excess Benefit Arrangement. "SECTION 30.20.(c) Effective July 1, 2015, the maximum annual employer contributions, payable monthly, by the State for each covered employee or retiree for the 2015-2016 2015-2017 fiscal year biennium to the State Health Plan for Teachers and State Employees are (i) Medicare-eligible employees and retirees – four thousand two hundred fifty-one dollars ($4,251) and (ii) non-Medicare-eligible employees and retirees – five thousand four hundred seventy-one dollars ($5,471)." SECTION 36.20.(b) If the Director of the Budget reallocates the Reserve for Future Benefits Needs, as authorized in Section 36.24 of this act, then effective July 1, 2016, the maximum annual employer contributions, payable monthly, by the State for each covered employee or retiree for the 2016-2017 fiscal to the State Health Plan for Teachers and State Employees shall be (i) Medicare-eligible employees and retirees – four thousand three hundred ninety-seven dollars ($4,397) and (ii) non-Medicare-eligible employees and retirees – five thousand six hundred fifty-nine dollars ($5,659). Additionally, if the Director of the Budget reallocates the Reserve for Future Benefits Needs, as authorized in Section 36.24 of this act, the Director of the Budget may increase the contribution rate for hospital and medical benefits in Section 30.20(b1) of S.L. 2015-241, as amended by subsection (a) of this section, to either five and eighty-one hundredths percent (5.81%) effective July 1, 2016, or six and two hundredths percent (6.02%), effective January 1, 2017, and adjust the other contribution rates in the section accordingly.

PROVIDE ONE-TIME COST-OF-LIVING SUPPLEMENT FOR RETIREES OF THE TEACHERS' AND STATE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM, THE CONSOLIDATED JUDICIAL RETIREMENT SYSTEM, AND THE LEGISLATIVE RETIREMENT SYSTEM SECTION 36.21.(a) G.S. 135-5 is amended by adding a new subsection to read: "(uuu) On or before October 31, 2016, a one-time cost-of-living supplement payment shall be made to or on account of beneficiaries who are living as of September 1, 2016, and whose retirement commenced on or before September 1, 2016. The payment shall be one and six-tenths percent (1.6%) of the beneficiary's annual retirement allowance payable as of September 1, 2016, and shall not be prorated for date of retirement commencement. If the beneficiary dies before the payment is made, then the payment shall be

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payable to the member's legal representative. No beneficiary shall be deemed to have acquired a vested right to any future supplemental payments." SECTION 36.21.(b) G.S. 135-65 is amended by adding a new subsection to read: "(ff) On or before October 31, 2016, a one-time cost-of-living supplement payment shall be made to or on account of beneficiaries who are living as of September 1, 2016, and whose retirement commenced on or before September 1, 2016. The payment shall be one and six-tenths percent (1.6%) of the beneficiary's annual retirement allowance payable as of September 1, 2016, and shall not be prorated for date of retirement commencement. If the beneficiary dies before the payment is made, then the payment shall be payable to the member's legal representative. No beneficiary shall be deemed to have acquired a vested right to any future supplemental payments." SECTION 36.21.(c) G.S. 120-4.22A is amended by adding a new subsection to read: "(z) In accordance with subsection (a) of this section, on or before October 31, 2016, a one-time cost-of-living supplement payment shall be made to or on account of beneficiaries who are living as of September 1, 2016, and whose retirement commenced on or before September 1, 2016. The payment shall be one and six-tenths percent (1.6%) of the beneficiary's annual retirement allowance payable as of September 1, 2016, and shall not be prorated for date of retirement commencement. If the beneficiary dies before the payment is made, then the payment shall be payable to the member's legal representative. No beneficiary shall be deemed to have acquired a vested right to any future supplemental payments." SECTION 36.21.(d) Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, in order to administer the one-time cost-of-living supplement for retirees provided for in subsections (a), (b), and (c) of this section, the Retirement Systems Division of the Department of State Treasurer may increase receipts from the retirement assets of the corresponding retirement system or pay costs associated with the administration of the payment directly from the retirement assets.

QUALIFIED EXCESS BENEFIT ARRANGEMENT SECTION 36.23.(a) G.S. 135-151 is amended by adding a new subsection to read: "(d1) The last employer of a payee who retires on or after August 1, 2016, and who receives any supplemental benefit payment under this section shall be required to reimburse the QEBA in the amount of any supplemental benefit payment made to that payee. The reimbursement amount shall be calculated on an annual basis every calendar year. For purposes of calculating the reimbursement amount, the Board of Trustees may include a pro rata share of direct costs attributable to administration of the QEBA. The total amount of reimbursement owed by The University of North Carolina and UNC Health Care shall not exceed five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) annually. The Fiscal Research Division of the General Assembly shall be required to review all reimbursement amounts prior to notifying an employer of the reimbursement amount owed. The employer shall have 60 calendar days from the date of notification of the reimbursement amount owed to pay the amount in full or the employer shall be assessed a penalty, in lieu of interest, of one percent (1%) per month, or fraction thereof, that the payment is made beyond the due date." SECTION 36.23.(b) G.S. 128-38.10 is amended by adding a new subsection to read: "(d1) The last employer of a payee who retires on or after August 1, 2016, and who receives any supplemental benefit payment under this section shall be required to reimburse the QEBA in the amount of any supplemental benefit payment made to that payee. The reimbursement amount shall be calculated on an annual basis every calendar year. For purposes of calculating the reimbursement amount, the Board of Trustees may include a pro rata share of direct costs attributable to administration of the QEBA. The Fiscal Research Division of the General Assembly shall be required to review all reimbursement amounts prior to notifying an employer of the reimbursement amount owed. The employer shall have 60 calendar days from the date of notification of the reimbursement amount owed to pay the amount in full or the employer shall be assessed a penalty, in lieu of interest, of one percent (1%) per month, or fraction thereof, that the payment is made beyond the due date." SECTION 36.23.(c) G.S. 135-151(j) reads as rewritten:

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"(j) Sunset of Eligibility to Participate in the QEBA. – No member of the Teachers' and State Employees' Retirement System retiring on or after August 1, 2016, who became a member of the Retirement System on or after January 1, 2015, shall be eligible to participate in the QEBA, and the Retirement System shall not pay any new retiree member more retirement benefits than allowed under the limitations of section 415(b) of the Internal Revenue Code." SECTION 36.23.(d) G.S. 128-38.10(k) reads as rewritten: "(k) Sunset of Eligibility to Participate in the QEBA. – No member of the North Carolina Local Governmental Employees' Retirement System retiring on or after August 1, 2016, who became a member of the Retirement System on or after January 1, 2015, shall be eligible to participate in the QEBA, and the Retirement System shall not pay any new retiree member more retirement benefits than allowed under the limitations of section 415(b) of the Internal Revenue Code." SECTION 36.23.(e) Notwithstanding Chapter 150B of the General Statutes, the Board of Trustees of the Teachers' and State Employees' Retirement System may develop procedures to implement subsection (a) of this section. Notwithstanding Chapter 150B of the General Statutes, the Board of Trustees of the North Carolina Local Government Employees' Retirement System may develop procedures to implement subsection (b) of this section.

Excerpts from S.L. 2016-123 PART IV. EDUCATION SECTION 4.1.(a) If House Bill 1030, 2015 Regular Session, becomes law, then Section 10.8 of that act reads as rewritten: "CERTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROJECT FUNDS "SECTION 10.8. The funds appropriated to the North Carolina Community Colleges System Office by this act for the 2016-2017 fiscal year for (i) the Center for Advanced Manufacturing at Gaston Community College and (ii) Mitchell Community College site development shall not revert at the end of the fiscal year but shall remain available until expended." SECTION 4.1.(b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, if House Bill 1030, 2015 Regular Session, becomes law, the sum of three million four hundred thousand dollars ($3,400,000) appropriated by that act to the North Carolina Community Colleges System Office for the 2016-2017 fiscal year to be allocated to the Gaston Community College Center for Advanced Manufacturing shall be allocated to the Gaston College Center for Advanced Manufacturing. PART IX. SALARIES AND BENEFITS SECTION 9.1. If House Bill 1030, 2015 Regular Session, becomes law, then Section 36.10 of that act is amended by adding the following new subsections to read: "SECTION 36.10.(e) Of the funds appropriated to the Community Colleges System Office in this act for restoring the management flexibility reduction up to six million fifty-one thousand seven hundred twenty-two dollars ($6,051,722) may be used for the restoration of management flexibility cuts, compensation increases, or both. "SECTION 36.10.(f) It is the intent of the General Assembly to provide additional recurring funds during the 2017-2018 fiscal year to the Community Colleges System Office for compensation increases."

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Appendix C: Closing the Skills Gap Priority Occupations

Health Sciences  Nurses  Dental Hygienists  Dental Assistants  Dental Laboratory Technicians  Occupational Therapy Assistant  Physical Therapy Technician/Assistant  Radiation Therapists  Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist  Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians  Diagnostic Medical Sonographers  Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technology/Technician  Nuclear Medicine Technologists  Radiologic Technologists  Surgical Technologists Biological, Chemical, and Biotechnology  Biological Technicians  Chemical Technicians  Chemical Plant and System Operators  Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders Manufacturing, Production, and Installation  Machinists and Precision Metal Workers  Heavy/Industrial Equipment Maintenance Technician  Medical Equipment Repairers  Industrial Machine Mechanics  Machine Maintenance Workers  Electrical Power-Line Transmission Installers.  Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers

Architecture, Engineering, and Construction  Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians  Civil Engineering Technicians  Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians  Electro-Mechanical Technicians  Industrial Engineering Technicians  Mechanical Engineering Technicians  Nuclear and Industrial Radiologic Technicians  Architectural and Civil Drafters  Electrical and Electronics Drafters  Mechanical Drafters  Building/Construction Finishing, Management, and Inspection.  Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters  Electricians  Heating, Air Conditioning, Ventilation and Refrigeration Maintenance Technicians (HAC, HACR, HVAC, HVACR).  Operating Engineers and Construction Equipment Operators Transportation  Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers  Air Transportation  Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians  Automotive Body and Related Repairers  Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics  Avionics Technicians  Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists  Boat Mechanics and Service Technicians  Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics

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APPENDIX D

Prefix AER AET AHR ALT ARC ARS ASM ATR ATT AUB AUC AUT AVI BAT BMS BMT BPM BPR BST BTB BTC  CAR CAT CEG CET CIT CIV CMT CST CTR CVS DDF DEN DFT DLT DOS EGR ELC ELN ELT EPP EUS FMW HEO HET HYD ICT ICV IMG ISC

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM CURRICULUM COURSE PREFIXES BY FUNDING TIERS: FY 2016‐17 Tier 1A Subject Area Aerospace & Flight Training Aviation Electronics Technology Air Cond/Heating/Refrig Alternative Energy Architecture Automotive Restoration Aerostructure Automation and Robotics Alternative Transportation Technology Automotive Body Repair Automotive Customizing Tech Automotive Aviation Maintenance Building Automation Tehcnology Boat Manufacture & Service Biomedical Equipment Bioprocess Manufactur Blueprint Reading Breast Sonography Boat Building Biotechnology Carpentry Computed Tomography Civil Engineering and Geomatic Comp Engineer Tech Cardiovascular/Vascular Interv Civil Engineer Tech Construction Mgt. Construction    Clinical Trials Research Cardiovascular Sonography Design Drafting Dental Drafting Dental Laboratory Technology Medical Dosimetry Engineering Electricity Electronics Electric Lineman Electrical Power Prod Electric Utility Substation Facility Maintenance Heavy Equip Oper Heavy Equipment Maintenance Hydraulics & Pneumatics Invasive Cardiovascular Tech Interventional Cardiac & Vascu Imaging Industrial Science

Prefix LDD LEO MAC MAM MCM MCO MEC MNT MPS MRI MRN MSC MSK MSP NAN  NCT NDE NMT NUC NUR OTA PCI PET PFT PLA PLU PME PTA PTC RAD RCP RCT REF RTT RVM SON SRV SST STP SUR TCT TDP TEL TNE TRN TRP UAS WAT WLD

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Tier 1A Subject Area Light Duty Diesel Lasers and Optics Machining Mammography Motorcycle Mechanics Mission Critical Operations Mechanical Maintenance Marine Propulsion Systems Magnetic Resonance Imaging Marine Marine Science Musculoskeletal Sonography Medical Product Safety and Pharmacovigilance Nanotechnology Non‐Invasive Cardiovascular Te Nondestru Exam Tech Nuclear Medicine Nuclear Maintenance Nursing Occupational Therapy Assistant Process Control Instrum Positron Emission Tomography Pipe Fitting Plastics Plumbing Power Mechanics Physical Therapist Assistant Pharmaceutical Tech Radiography Respiratory Care Race Car Technology Refrigeration Radiation Therapy Technology Recreational Vehicle Maint Medical Sonography Surveying Sustainability Central Sterile Processing Surgical Technology Telecommunication Tech Three Dimensional Printing Telecom Install & Maint Telecom & Ntwk Engin Te Transportation Technology Truck Driver Training Unmanned Aircraft Systems Water & Wastewater Trt Welding

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NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM CURRICULUM COURSE PREFIXES BY FUNDING TIERS: FY 2016‐17 Tier 1B

Prefix ANS BDF BIO BPA CAB CHM  CIM CPT CSC CTC  CTI CTS  CUL  CYT DEA DET DIA DME  EDT EMS ENV  FUR GIS GSM HBI HIT HPC HPT HTO LBT LID MAS MAT MED MLT MSM MTH NAS NET NOS  OPH PBT PHM PHY  PPM PPT PSG REH

Tier 1B

Subject Area Animal Science Brewing, Distillation and Fermentation Biology Baking and Pastry Arts Cabinetmaking Chemistry Cancer Information Management Chemical Process Technology Computer Science Chemical Technology Computer Technology Integration Computer Information Technology Culinary Cytotechnology Digital Effects & Animation Dietetic Technician Dialysis Technology Digital Media Electroneurodiagnostic Tech Emergency Medical Science Environmental Science Furniture Geographic Info Syst Gunsmithing Healthcare Business Infomatics Health Information Technology High performance Computing Historical Preservation Histotechnology Laboratory Technology Low Impact Development Masonry Mathematics (100+) Medical Assisting Medical Laboratory Technology Motorsports Mgt Massage Therapy Nursing Assistant Networking Technology Network Operating Systems Opticianry Phlebotomy Pharmacy Physics Poultry Proc Mach Tech Pulp & Paper Tech Polysomnography Rehabilitation Assistant

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Prefix SEC SGD SGR SLP UPH VEN VET WPP 

Subject Area Information Systems Security Simulation & Game Development Scientific Graphics Speech‐Language Pathology Asst Upholstery Viticulture/Enology Veterinary Medical Technology Wood Products

Prefix AAI ACA ACC ACM AGR AIB ANT APS AQU ARA ART ASL AST AUM BAF BAR BAS BPT BUS CCT CHI CIS CJC COE COM COS CRT CSV DAN DBA DDT DES DMA DMS DRA DRE ECM

Tier 2 Subject Area Animal Assisted Interactions Academic Related Accounting Animal Care and Management Agriculture American Institute of Banking Anthropology Automotive Parts Sales Aquaculture Arabic Art American Sign Language Astronomy Automotive Management Banking and Finance Barbering Business Analytics Broadcast Production Business Cyber Crime Technology Chinese Information Systems Criminal Justice Cooperative Education Communication Cosmetology Court Reporting Customer Service Dance Database Management Technology Developmental Disabilities Design: Creative Developmental Math  Developmental Math Shells Drama/Theatre Developmental Reading/English Electronic Commerce

APPENDIX D

Prefix ECO EDU EFL EHS ENG ENT EPT EQU ETR FBG FIP FLO FOR FPR FRE FSD FSE FST FVP FWL GAM GCM GEL GEO GER GRA GRD GRO HCI HCT HEA HIS HMT HOR HRM HSC HSE HUC HUM IEC ILT IMS INS INT IPP ITA ITL ITN IVS JOU JPN LAR LAT LEX LIB LOG LSG MAT MEG MHA

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM CURRICULUM COURSE PREFIXES BY FUNDING TIERS: FY 2016‐17 Tier 2 Subject Area Economics Education English As A Foreign Language Environmental Health And Safety English Entertainment Technologies Emergency Preparedness Technology Equine Entrepreneurship Fiberglass and Moldmaking Fire Protection Floral Design Forest Management Food Processing French Fire Sprinkler Design Funeral Service Food Service Technology Film and Video Production Fish and Wildlife Gaming Management Golf Course Management Geology Geography German Graphic Arts Graphic Design Gerontology Healthcare Interpreting Health Care Technology Health History Healthcare Management Horticulture Hotel and Restaurant Management Health Sciences Human Services Health Unit Coordinator Humanities Import Export Compliance Industrial Laboratory Technology Integrated Math/Science Insurance International Business Interpreter Preparation Program Italian Intelligence Studies Internet Technologies Invasive Species Management Journalism Japanese Landscape Architecture Latin Legal Education Library Resources Logistics Management Landscape Gardening Mathematics (below 100) Metal Engraving Mental Health

Prefix MIT MKT MLG MSI MUS NPO NUT ODL OMT OSS OST PAD PCC PCD PCF PCJ PCR PCS PCW PED PFN PHI PHO PHS PKG PMT POL POR POS PRN PSF PSY REA REC RED REL RLS RSM RUS SAB SCI SOC SPA SPI SSM SWK TAT TEX TOM TRE TRF TXY VWR WBL WEB WOL WWK ZAS SSS ZZZ

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Tier 2 Subject Area Media Integration Marketing and Retailing Metallurgical Science Military Science Music Nonprofit Leadership and Mgt Nutrition Outdoor Leadership Operations Management Operating Systems Office Systems Technology Public Administration Professional Crafts: Clay Professional Crafts: Design Professional Crafts: Fiber Professional Crafts: Jewelry Professional Crafts Professional Crafts: Sculpture Professional Crafts: Wood Physical Education Photofinishing Philosophy Photography Physical Science Packaging Project Management Technology Political Science Portuguese Postal Service Printing Physical Fitness Technology Psychology Real Estate Appraisal Recreation Reading Religion Real Estate Resort and Spa Management Russian Substance Abuse Science Sociology Spanish Spanish Interpreter Shooting and Hunting Sports Management Social Work Travel and Tourism Textiles Trucking Operations Management Therapeutic Recreation Turfgrass Management Taxidermy Voice Writing Realtime Reporting Work‐Based Learning Web Technologies Wheels of Learning Woodworking Zoo and Aquarium Science Technology Shared Record (only used to report FTE adjustments) Error Correction (only used to report FTE adjustments)

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE PREFIXES BY FUNDING TIERS: FY 2016‐17

APPENDIX D

TIER 1A Course ID AER‐3211 AET‐3122 AET‐3124 AET‐3130 AET‐3224 AVI‐3009 AVI‐3010 AVI‐3011 AVI‐3012 BTC‐3200 ELS‐3018 ISC‐3200* RAD‐2100 TRA‐3607

Course Title Aircraft Dispatcher Aircraft Electrical System‐Adv Airframe Systems Engine Electrical Systems Adv. Avionics Wiring and Troubleshooting Aircraft Structural Training Aviation Maintenance ‐ Power Plant Aviation Maintenance ‐ General Aviation Maintenance ‐ Airframe BioWork: Process Technician Electrical Lineman BioWork: Process Technician Mammography Truck Driver Training

TIER 1B Course ID AHR‐3030 AHR‐3131 APP‐3200 APP‐3500 APP‐3601 APP‐3607 APP‐3608 APP‐3612 APP‐3618 APP‐3701 AUT‐3109 AUT‐3137 BAR‐3100 CAR‐3108 CAR‐3112 CAR‐3124 CAR‐3200 CAT‐3100 EDT‐3100 EGY‐2002 EGY‐3001 EGY‐3002 EGY‐3003 EGY‐3004 EGY‐4005 ELC‐3014 ELC‐3119 ELN‐3025 ELN‐3030 FSD‐3100 FUR‐3300 HEO‐3100 ICV‐3111 ISC‐3138 MEC‐3010 MNT‐3065 MNT‐3111 MNT‐3200 NUR‐3354 PLU‐3020 PLU‐3024 REF‐3100 TCT‐3102 TCT‐3105 WLD‐3106

Course Title HVAC: Industrial Systems                HVAC: Heating and Air Conditioning HVAC: Apprentice Carpentry Apprentice Metal Apprentice Welding Inside Wiremen Apprentice: Electrical Apprentice Maintenance Mechanic Apprenticeship Plumber Apprentice Auto Body Repair Automotive Mechanics Registered Barber Carpentry: Core Skills Building Construction Trades Carpentry: Framing Construction Management Computed Tomography Intraoperative Neuro Monitoring Green Construction Alternative Fuels Technology Photovoltaic (PV) Technology Solar Thermal Technology Wind Power Technology Building Energy Retrofitting Electricity and Electronics Wiring: Commercial/Residential Electronic Systems Electricity: Industrial Fire Sprinkler Installation (construction) Furniture Technology Heavy Equipment Operations Cardiovascular Technician/Moni Electro‐Mechanical Skills Machine Shop Practices Maintenance Mechanics Mfg. Production Technician Alarm System Installation Magnetic Resonance Image/MRI Pipe Fabrication Plumbing Ammonia Refrigeration Network Cable Installation Broadband Communications Welding

*Course ID N/A after December 2015.

TIER 2 Course ID AUT‐3200 BAS‐3120 BSP‐2000 CCT‐3110 CAB‐3100 CAS‐3000* CJC‐3938 CJC‐3941 CJC‐4004 CJC‐5001 CJC‐5055 CJC‐5060 COM‐3800 COM‐3801 COS‐3101 COS‐3102 COS‐3201 COS‐3206 DIA‐3100 ELN‐3006 EMS‐3027 EMS‐3029 EMS‐3031 EMS‐3044 EMS‐3045 FIP‐xxxx HEA‐3009 HEA‐3021 HIT‐3700 HOS‐4040 HSE‐3300 ICT‐3100 LOG‐3400 MAS‐3002 MED‐3002 MED‐3004 MED‐3200 MED‐3300 MLA‐3022 MNT‐3066 MNT‐3067 NET‐3100 NUR‐3240 NUR‐3241 NUR‐3218 NUR‐3252 OPT‐3020 OSC‐3608 PHM‐3250 PSF‐3100 UPH‐3000 UPH‐3100 UPH‐3101 UPH‐3102 UPH‐3106 UPH‐3107 UPH‐3108 UPH‐3110 UPH‐3161

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Course Title Small Engine Mechanic Business Analytics Basic Skills Programs Cybersecurity Cabinetmaking Networking Technology Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) Detention Officer                      Search & Rescue Special Ops                       Crime Scene Technician                             Security and Enforcement Training                  Animal Handling and Control (K‐9) Braille Reading & Writing Braille Tactile Graphics Manicurist Esthetician Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Trng Dialysis Technology Computer Repair Bridge: Medical Responder to EMT Basic       Bridge: EMT Intermediate to Paramedic EMT ‐ Paramedic EMT ‐ Basic EMT ‐ Intermediate Firefighter 1 and 2 Certification Courses Nutritional Dietary Manager  Massage Therapy Electronic Health Records Hotel & Lodging Operations Direct Support Professional Heart and Vascular Invasive Distribution and Logistic Mgmt Masonry Central Sterile Processing                         Sleep Disorders Technician Critical Care Transport Medical Assisting Phlebotomy  Apartment Maint. Tech  Healthcare Facilities Mgmt Networking Technology Nurse Aide Level I Nurse Aide Level II Home Care Nurse Aide Geriatric Nurse Aide Ophthalmic Assistant Health Unit Coordinator Pharmacy Technician Physical Fitness Methodology  Furniture Fundamentals Manual Cutting Sewing Inside Upholstery Pattern Making Spring Up Outside Upholstery Intro to Upholstery Automated Cutting                                        

APPENDIX E

College Alamance CC Asheville‐Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan‐Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri‐County CC Vance‐Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM FY 2016‐17 "Quality" Performance‐Based Funding

 Student Success Rate  in English College‐ Level Courses  Pot. PBF $ Act. PBF $

 Student Success Rate  in College‐Level Math  Courses  Pot. PBF $ Act. PBF $

  First Year  Progresssion   Pot. PBF $ Act. PBF $

 Curriculum  Completion  Pot. PBF $ Act. PBF $

 Licensure and  Certification Passing  Rates  Pot. PBF $ Act. PBF $

53,869 56,615 74,032 31,965 31,043 9,498 16,435 8,223 23,891 13,134 18,793 22,836 48,010 37,242 113,521 121,041 15,445 15,119 62,086 78,746 54,325 23,557 262,801 248,087 30,739 7,590 62,010 77,380 40,478 27,171 43,521 41,752 53,336 68,864 63,228 47,078 24,119 14,387 145,477 48,300 107,738 105,643 82,249 79,940 162,368 103,605 16,739 11,554 16,967 11,621 23,054 24,897 12,554 2,797 55,619 47,021 39,565 7,694 13,848 2,076 10,196 5,018 14,532 14,372 60,793 39,396 8,369 6,132 44,358 21,453 8,446 2,283 9,130 9,125 91,227 50,531 45,728 50,314 34,315 22,013 11,337 1,801 38,347 10,729 34,391 32,626 89,249 90,169 22,521 9,880 56,532 37,572 43,065 23,122 23,435 6,833 27,619 17,486 37,967 26,659 47,858 44,942 14,989 19,014 56,152 30,030 253,747 198,598 58,815 53,665 34,467 40,632 34,619 36,962 19,936 9,899 3,000,000 2,306,689

53,869 56,336 74,032 63,237 31,043 26,827 16,435 8,921 23,891 17,125 18,793 27,244 48,010 79,723 113,521 148,162 15,445 12,087 62,086 56,035 54,325 46,266 262,801 287,350 30,739 22,202 62,010 69,334 40,478 24,617 43,521 28,687 53,336 47,733 63,228 49,399 24,119 6,478 145,477 49,070 107,738 83,422 82,249 56,473 162,368 67,989 16,739 1,641 16,967 11,061 23,054 8,999 12,554 6,247 55,619 57,248 39,565 11,423 13,848 10,767 10,196 7,991 14,532 19,641 60,793 47,434 8,369 6,092 44,358 46,336 8,446 7,419 9,130 6,770 91,227 52,767 45,728 36,196 34,315 31,135 11,337 0 38,347 12,311 34,391 27,019 89,249 44,475 22,521 18,082 56,532 31,327 43,065 11,206 23,435 8,147 27,619 21,567 37,967 39,353 47,858 52,242 14,989 4,810 56,152 0 253,747 213,542 58,815 47,986 34,467 40,590 34,619 53,786 19,936 15,848 3,000,000 2,346,175

61,335 50,689 62,569 57,488 18,419 8,661 21,078 14,501 24,211 27,289 26,775 26,106 46,808 38,313 132,544 108,076 20,888 12,721 71,589 69,125 76,336 69,104 275,627 192,965 41,491 33,902 57,062 55,386 32,282 24,574 29,148 24,506 57,252 55,349 58,961 25,032 20,603 9,369 132,164 10,479 113,460 77,512 77,476 63,430 155,901 34,000 17,090 2,107 25,066 19,626 27,724 27,737 8,925 8,248 72,823 75,016 32,282 15,489 9,305 7,719 9,590 5,165 9,874 11,696 45,669 36,719 11,204 6,893 43,200 17,213 6,931 7,956 19,369 17,107 101,592 2,379 47,473 41,136 24,591 11,769 7,501 1,939 29,623 0 27,344 11,912 97,984 34,885 15,571 10,127 57,157 28,792 31,237 19,554 22,882 10,286 23,547 20,832 31,427 22,243 43,010 38,147 20,128 13,778 37,978 30,728 283,983 184,517 44,340 39,250 33,516 32,737 35,035 27,897 31,050 22,773 3,000,000 1,952,949

71,805 20,875 82,298 52,368 25,173 4,288 15,917 0 36,728 0 20,693 7,734 57,833 25,746 101,458 64,302 26,942 1,037 75,165 52,544 82,593 47,999 197,964 54,609 59,130 59,480 54,178 53,252 39,734 20,304 37,317 20,946 53,411 47,575 50,935 3,542 26,470 990 108,827 55,447 115,961 82,674 86,956 25,193 153,926 42,166 23,640 7,006 29,005 2,675 32,660 12,201 23,935 28,189 54,885 18,697 43,566 17,211 14,267 5,943 25,998 14,275 24,878 4,583 59,248 41,439 13,264 6,353 44,745 23,067 9,315 10,084 37,966 16,150 69,682 35,293 45,217 28,298 24,878 20,506 14,031 17,215 34,959 14,048 41,739 21,336 90,434 12,529 19,101 21,325 52,704 36,951 35,136 17,722 28,474 2,021 32,837 17,356 37,376 30,070 35,902 18,584 18,158 16,048 63,964 6,725 182,636 78,834 46,101 55,556 39,381 18,511 43,036 23,593 25,468 22,879 3,000,000 1,466,344

55,282 34,316 91,967 90,529 33,628 11,780 31,335 10,921 43,818 22,742 40,251 9,135 53,753 16,347 108,526 100,908 38,468 16,289 60,632 40,769 73,370 57,809 101,138 87,893 51,970 36,852 76,936 90,835 41,016 28,436 63,179 38,351 52,734 42,802 61,651 54,366 32,609 610 132,982 125,032 106,997 101,145 87,891 87,115 134,001 97,364 28,533 5,692 28,278 11,395 35,156 27,321 16,814 8,317 64,198 42,238 125,849 50,484 13,757 0 21,145 19,379 26,749 28,624 33,118 20,759 11,974 5,022 51,715 8,572 3,312 1,105 17,323 0 86,872 57,739 43,818 30,024 20,380 3,719 17,578 0 41,016 9,016 30,825 18,687 97,571 43,944 24,457 16,843 54,518 57,495 35,156 23,680 25,730 8,958 33,628 31,199 45,856 36,586 50,696 55,659 24,711 3,857 55,027 25,455 111,328 126,770 48,658 39,388 22,418 18,776 44,582 34,760 33,120 12,264 3,000,000 2,086,073

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APPENDIX E

College Alamance CC Asheville‐Buncombe TCC Beaufort County CC Bladen CC Blue Ridge CC Brunswick CC Caldwell CC and TI Cape Fear CC Carteret CC Catawba Valley CC Central Carolina CC Central Piedmont CC Cleveland CC Coastal Carolina CC College of the Albemarle Craven CC Davidson County CC Durham TCC Edgecombe CC Fayetteville TCC Forsyth TCC Gaston College Guilford TCC Halifax CC Haywood CC Isothermal CC James Sprunt CC Johnston CC Lenoir CC Martin CC Mayland CC McDowell TCC Mitchell CC Montgomery CC Nash CC Pamlico CC Piedmont CC Pitt CC Randolph CC Richmond CC Roanoke Chowan CC Robeson CC Rockingham CC Rowan‐Cabarrus CC Sampson CC Sandhills CC South Piedmont CC Southeastern CC Southwestern CC Stanly CC Surry CC Tri‐County CC Vance‐Granville CC Wake TCC Wayne CC Western Piedmont CC Wilkes CC Wilson CC

 College Transfer  Performance  Pot. PBF $ Act. PBF $

(excluding Basic Skills)  Total Quality PBF$ Pot. PBF $ Actual PBF$

 Basic Skills Student  Progress  Pot. PBF $ Act. PBF $

 HSE/AHS Diplomas  Attainment  Pot. PBF $ Act. PBF $

51,981 41,841 116,044 122,270 17,421 13,263 12,363 465 22,478 26,060 27,817 9,441 67,997 54,174 146,951 106,640 12,644 8,362 74,459 76,608 37,651 32,115 338,578 195,312 43,833 35,457 66,311 67,736 41,304 45,228 34,560 32,309 54,510 42,021 57,600 44,313 17,983 20,351 93,566 101,185 122,225 79,590 59,567 38,649 146,951 69,325 10,958 2,023 14,049 16,754 30,908 26,660 11,239 7,433 60,972 40,822 35,403 22,419 5,339 3,282 8,148 7,627 10,115 9,426 56,758 39,279 3,091 3,537 41,866 23,708 3,934 6,085 12,644 5,875 119,978 79,846 38,213 31,740 14,330 1,019 9,553 0 18,545 8,782 25,569 20,890 83,169 60,228 17,421 12,019 57,319 36,416 17,421 18,238 15,735 15,631 32,031 33,373 23,321 26,120 46,080 41,421 15,454 16,440 26,693 21,385 338,578 303,524 47,766 31,590 34,279 26,900 28,660 25,671 19,667 21,713 3,000,000 2,310,591

348,141 500,942 156,727 113,563 175,017 153,122 322,411 716,521 129,832 406,017 378,600 1,438,909 257,902 378,507 235,292 251,246 324,579 355,603 145,903 758,493 674,119 476,388 915,515 113,699 130,332 172,556 86,021 364,116 316,230 70,364 85,273 100,680 316,379 56,271 270,242 40,384 105,562 560,578 266,177 152,809 71,337 200,837 194,259 547,656 121,592 334,762 205,080 139,691 177,281 213,914 271,404 108,429 295,966 1,424,019 304,495 198,528 220,551 149,177 18,000,000

74,332 25,737 73,103 41,725 16,970 8,358 13,592 11,115 23,574 13,884 24,496 24,964 38,087 8,643 63,121 40,090 6,757 6,956 46,688 22,115 99,672 99,270 303,241 179,920 9,522 12,988 77,020 108,711 26,108 14,254 24,880 13,463 65,194 54,986 113,418 63,295 38,855 33,937 174,465 98,691 105,432 60,535 43,309 28,953 149,432 17,589 14,360 6,253 10,059 9,493 22,576 3,563 9,368 10,649 50,450 51,844 60,356 52,878 21,731 9,410 42,541 13,182 21,194 17,893 37,089 4,444 13,976 9,137 19,965 6,218 6,450 6,135 20,810 8,760 57,208 37,261 42,541 16,357 61,508 41,049 7,986 1,626 64,887 48,723 18,276 17,460 63,198 25,273 46,918 26,869 37,089 3,990 65,501 35,854 39,623 28,394 25,955 22,346 15,742 10,969 31,407 7,957 10,520 3,583 42,464 28,678 258,703 208,675 61,815 62,957 24,419 17,333 45,152 20,049 16,895 15,240 3,000,000 1,880,681

Not Applicable  

260,672 417,857 74,317 43,031 106,350 102,496 251,545 649,129 65,615 373,827 276,850 1,066,216 195,483 413,923 170,330 186,551 304,344 223,730 52,185 389,513 529,986 350,800 414,449 30,023 73,132 127,815 61,231 281,042 124,720 29,787 59,455 88,342 225,026 34,029 140,349 34,932 55,027 278,555 217,708 90,161 20,955 54,886 132,470 286,230 88,276 228,553 113,522 51,876 141,813 181,031 250,995 73,947 114,323 1,105,785 267,435 178,146 202,669 105,376 12,468,821

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Basic Skills                Total Quality PBF$  Pot. PBF $ Actual PBF$ 74,332 73,103 16,970 13,592 23,574 24,496 38,087 63,121 6,757 46,688 99,672 303,241 9,522 77,020 26,108 24,880 65,194 113,418 38,855 174,465 105,432 43,309 149,432 14,360 10,059 22,576 9,368 50,450 60,356 21,731 42,541 21,194 37,089 13,976 19,965 6,450 20,810 57,208 42,541 61,508 7,986 64,887 18,276 63,198 46,918 37,089 65,501 39,623 25,955 15,742 31,407 10,520 42,464 258,703 61,815 24,419 45,152 16,895 3,000,000

25,737 41,725 8,358 11,115 13,884 24,964 8,643 40,090 6,956 22,115 99,270 179,920 12,988 108,711 14,254 13,463 54,986 63,295 33,937 98,691 60,535 28,953 17,589 6,253 9,493 3,563 10,649 51,844 52,878 9,410 13,182 17,893 4,444 9,137 6,218 6,135 8,760 37,261 16,357 41,049 1,626 48,723 17,460 25,273 26,869 3,990 35,854 28,394 22,346 10,969 7,957 3,583 28,678 208,675 62,957 17,333 20,049 15,240 1,880,681

APPENDIX E

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM FY 2016-17 "Impact" Performance-Based Funding

Student Success Rate Student Success Rate in English College-Level in College-Level Math Courses Courses $36.30 $60.17 # of # of per Successful per student Successful student College Students PBF $ Students Prod. PBF $ 407 14,776 237 14,259 Alamance CC 366 13,288 284 17,087 Asheville-Buncombe TCC 137 4,974 120 7,220 Beaufort County CC 86 3,122 48 2,888 Bladen CC 130 4,720 82 4,934 Blue Ridge CC 155 5,627 105 6,317 Brunswick CC 307 11,146 298 17,929 Caldwell CC and TI 865 31,404 586 35,257 Cape Fear CC 112 4,066 56 3,369 Carteret CC 526 19,096 247 14,861 Catawba Valley CC 269 9,766 208 12,515 Central Carolina CC 1,867 67,781 1,193 71,778 Central Piedmont CC 128 4,647 106 6,378 Cleveland CC 520 18,878 286 17,208 Coastal Carolina CC 241 8,749 126 7,581 College of the Albemarle 312 11,327 142 8,544 Craven CC 457 16,591 211 12,695 Davidson County CC 396 14,377 229 13,778 Durham TCC 136 4,937 51 3,068 Edgecombe CC 658 23,888 337 20,276 Fayetteville TCC 782 28,390 388 23,344 Forsyth TCC 594 21,565 275 16,546 Gaston College 944 34,272 415 24,969 Guilford TCC 101 3,667 27 1,624 Halifax CC 102 3,703 55 3,309 Haywood CC 177 6,426 57 3,429 Isothermal CC 51 1,852 35 2,106 James Sprunt CC 372 13,505 242 14,560 Johnston CC 156 5,664 86 5,174 Lenoir CC 52 1,888 50 3,008 Martin CC 53 1,924 37 2,226 Mayland CC 106 3,848 77 4,633 McDowell TCC 356 12,924 220 13,237 Mitchell CC 52 1,888 29 1,745 Montgomery CC 229 8,314 195 11,732 Nash CC 36 1,307 33 1,985 Pamlico CC 67 2,432 32 1,925 Piedmont CC 498 18,080 276 16,606 Pitt CC 355 12,888 167 10,048 Randolph CC 200 7,261 137 8,243 Richmond CC 43 1,561 13 782 Roanoke Chowan CC 165 5,990 87 5,234 Robeson CC 245 8,895 125 7,521 Rockingham CC 659 23,925 249 14,981 Rowan-Cabarrus CC 112 4,066 83 4,994 Sampson CC 335 12,162 167 10,048 Sandhills CC 232 8,423 90 5,415 South Piedmont CC 102 3,703 55 3,309 Southeastern CC 160 5,809 100 6,017 Southwestern CC 231 8,386 166 9,988 Stanly CC 339 12,307 217 13,056 Surry CC 127 4,611 34 2,046 Tri-County CC 302 10,964 71 4,272 Vance-Granville CC 1,630 59,177 964 58,000 Wake TCC 410 14,885 219 13,176 Wayne CC 279 10,129 165 9,927 Western Piedmont CC 264 9,584 204 12,274 Wilkes CC 104 3,776 73 4,394 Wilson CC 19,097 693,311 10,867 653,825

First Year Progresssion $48.96 # of per Successful student Students Prod. PBF $ 461 22,569 483 23,646 124 6,071 152 7,442 198 9,694 210 10,281 351 17,184 993 48,615 147 7,197 560 27,416 587 28,738 1,995 97,670 311 15,226 447 21,884 238 11,652 220 10,771 448 21,933 391 19,142 138 6,756 776 37,991 817 39,998 581 28,444 963 47,146 102 4,994 186 9,106 219 10,722 69 3,378 580 28,395 218 10,673 70 3,427 66 3,231 82 4,015 341 16,694 79 3,868 284 13,904 57 2,791 148 7,246 584 28,591 361 17,674 166 8,127 47 2,301 166 8,127 182 8,910 635 31,088 111 5,434 389 19,044 221 10,820 153 7,490 180 8,812 228 11,162 329 16,107 145 7,099 284 13,904 2,024 99,090 339 16,597 263 12,876 261 12,778 227 11,110 21,387 1,047,051

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Curriculum Completion $68.97 # of Successful per student Students Prod. PBF $ 494 34,071 643 44,347 165 11,380 91 6,276 223 15,380 147 10,138 422 29,105 792 54,623 167 11,518 600 41,381 633 43,657 1,354 93,384 521 35,933 474 32,691 297 20,484 284 19,587 454 31,312 320 22,070 164 11,311 813 56,072 930 64,141 598 41,243 1,052 72,555 163 11,242 184 12,690 232 16,001 222 15,311 385 26,553 312 21,518 103 7,104 197 13,587 164 11,311 473 32,622 98 6,759 335 23,104 84 5,793 275 18,966 520 35,864 352 24,277 207 14,277 132 9,104 251 17,311 312 21,518 585 40,347 174 12,001 421 29,036 262 18,070 179 12,345 247 17,035 309 21,311 269 18,553 154 10,621 408 28,139 1,326 91,452 431 29,725 290 20,001 326 22,484 217 14,965 22,237 1,533,656

Licensure and Certification Passing Rates $91.93 # of Successful per student Students Prod. PBF $ 180 16,547 327 30,060 102 9,376 95 8,733 139 12,778 118 10,847 161 14,800 381 35,024 119 10,939 200 18,385 249 22,890 350 32,174 173 15,903 286 26,291 136 12,502 205 18,845 180 16,547 214 19,672 90 8,273 468 43,021 377 34,656 313 28,773 448 41,183 83 7,630 87 7,998 119 10,939 53 4,872 211 19,396 387 35,575 36 3,309 74 6,803 97 8,917 108 9,928 37 3,401 149 13,697 10 919 41 3,769 286 26,291 145 13,329 59 5,424 46 4,229 120 11,031 100 9,193 304 27,945 81 7,446 197 18,109 116 10,663 78 7,170 118 10,847 156 14,340 185 17,006 71 6,527 172 15,811 410 37,690 166 15,260 77 7,078 151 13,881 101 9,285 9,942 913,927

APPENDIX E

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM FY 2016-17 "Impact" Performance-Based Funding

College Transfer Performance $78.32 # of Successful per student College Students Prod. PBF $ 154 12,062 Alamance CC 367 28,745 Asheville-Buncombe TCC 51 3,995 Beaufort County CC 29 2,271 Bladen CC 73 5,718 Blue Ridge CC 72 5,639 Brunswick CC 201 15,743 Caldwell CC and TI 426 33,366 Cape Fear CC 36 2,820 Carteret CC 234 18,328 Catawba Valley CC 113 8,851 Central Carolina CC 941 73,703 Central Piedmont CC 130 10,182 Cleveland CC 208 16,291 Coastal Carolina CC 132 10,339 College of the Albemarle 106 8,302 Craven CC 160 12,532 Davidson County CC 169 13,237 Durham TCC 58 4,543 Edgecombe CC 298 23,341 Fayetteville TCC 347 27,178 Forsyth TCC 169 13,237 Gaston College 396 31,016 Guilford TCC 27 2,115 Halifax CC 46 3,603 Haywood CC 93 7,284 Isothermal CC 32 2,506 James Sprunt CC 174 13,628 Johnston CC 100 7,832 Lenoir CC 15 1,175 Martin CC 25 1,958 Mayland CC 31 2,428 McDowell TCC 163 12,767 Mitchell CC 10 783 Montgomery CC 116 9,086 Nash CC 14 1,097 Pamlico CC 34 2,663 Piedmont CC 342 26,787 Pitt CC 114 8,929 Randolph CC 34 2,663 Richmond CC 20 1,566 Roanoke Chowan CC 50 3,916 Robeson CC 76 5,953 Rockingham CC 241 18,876 Rowan-Cabarrus CC 50 3,916 Sampson CC 162 12,689 Sandhills CC 55 4,308 South Piedmont CC 49 3,838 Southeastern CC 101 7,911 Southwestern CC 75 5,874 Stanly CC 140 10,965 Surry CC 49 3,838 Tri-County CC 79 6,188 Vance-Granville CC 1,028 80,517 Wake TCC 136 10,652 Wayne CC 101 7,911 Western Piedmont CC 87 6,814 Wilkes CC 63 4,934 Wilson CC 8,802 689,409

(excluding Basic Skills)

Total Impact PBF$

Prod. PBF $ 114,284 157,173 43,016 30,732 53,224 48,849 105,907 238,289 39,909 139,467 126,417 436,490 88,269 133,243 71,307 77,376 111,610 102,276 38,888 204,589 217,707 149,808 251,141 31,272 40,409 54,801 30,025 116,037 86,436 19,911 29,729 35,152 98,172 18,444 79,837 13,892 37,001 152,219 87,145 45,995 19,543 51,609 61,990 157,162 37,857 101,088 57,699 37,855 56,431 71,061 87,994 34,742 79,278 425,926 100,295 67,922 77,815 48,464 5,531,179

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Basic Skills Student Progress $51.45 # of Successful per student Students Prod. PBF $ 447 23,000 512 26,344 113 5,814 110 5,660 167 8,593 220 11,320 209 10,754 460 23,669 61 3,139 307 15,796 885 45,536 2,154 110,831 100 5,145 825 42,449 180 9,262 171 8,799 535 27,528 788 40,545 324 16,671 1,218 62,670 740 38,076 322 16,568 748 38,487 92 4,734 87 4,476 117 6,020 89 4,579 455 23,411 504 25,933 139 7,152 249 12,812 174 8,953 186 9,570 103 5,300 117 6,020 56 2,881 132 6,792 421 21,662 263 13,532 457 23,514 43 2,212 506 26,035 159 8,181 395 20,324 329 16,928 184 9,467 452 23,257 303 15,590 215 11,062 119 6,123 176 9,056 63 3,242 317 16,311 2,081 107,075 555 28,557 186 9,570 291 14,973 143 7,359 21,754 1,119,319

HSE/AHS Diplomas Attainment $407.66 # of Successful per student Students Prod. PBF $ 137 55,850 173 70,526 71 28,944 45 18,345 154 62,780 50 20,383 98 39,951 216 88,055 78 31,798 105 42,805 159 64,819 502 204,647 41 16,714 116 47,289 122 49,735 67 27,313 186 75,826 143 58,296 100 40,766 275 112,108 232 94,578 153 62,373 156 63,596 59 24,052 49 19,976 92 37,505 18 7,338 113 46,066 110 44,843 55 22,422 146 59,519 59 24,052 148 60,334 42 17,122 47 19,160 23 9,376 103 41,989 93 37,913 76 30,982 160 65,226 31 12,638 131 53,404 95 38,728 160 65,226 149 60,742 81 33,021 159 64,819 94 38,320 99 40,359 80 32,613 80 32,613 32 13,045 250 101,916 666 271,504 200 81,533 147 59,927 119 48,512 14 5,708 7,359 3,000,000

Basic Skills Total Impact PBF$

Prod. PBF $ 78,850 96,870 34,758 24,005 71,373 31,703 50,705 111,724 34,937 58,601 110,355 315,478 21,859 89,738 58,997 36,112 103,354 98,841 57,437 174,778 132,654 78,941 102,083 28,786 24,452 43,525 11,917 69,477 70,776 29,574 72,331 33,005 69,904 22,422 25,180 12,257 48,781 59,575 44,514 88,740 14,850 79,439 46,909 85,550 77,670 42,488 88,076 53,910 51,421 38,736 41,669 16,287 118,227 378,579 110,090 69,497 63,485 13,067 4,119,319

Appendix F: Revised Purpose and Vocational Codes NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM FY 2016-17 PURPOSE CODES

110 120 130 140 220 310 311 320 321 322 323 324 325 358 360 361 363 364 365 369 370 371 373 410 421 422 430 450 510 530 680 920 921 922 923 930 940

Note:

Executive Management Financial Services General Admin Information Systems (Admin) Curriculum Instruction Occupational Occupational Extention - Support Basic Skills Plus ABE/ESL Adult High School Compensatory Ed General Ed Dev - GED Basic Skills Administration Project Skill Up - Calendar Year 2015 Regional Capacity Building 8% Customized Training Projects Small Business Business and Industry Support - Administrative Business and Industry Support - Instructional BioNetwork Centers FTCC - Military Business Center Kannapolis - Rowan Literacy Special Projects Library Curriculum Admin Continuing Education Admin Information Systems (Academic) HB275 Technology Student Services Child Care - State Appropriation Innovation Quarters (Forsyth Tech CC) Equipment Equipment Reserve HB275 Equipment Equipment - Literacy Instructional Resources - Books Categorical Equipment

Colleges are prohibited from creating purpose codes for use with state funds and may only use the purpose codes listed above as prescribed by the Accounting Procedures Manual.

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Appendix F: Revised Purpose and Vocational Codes NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM FY 2016-17 VOCATIONAL CODES 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

Aca. Integ/Post 2Nd. All Aspects of an Industry Use Tech. & Prof Dev Administration Mod.& Exp-Upgrading Curriculum Services & Activities Equipment Guidance & Counseling Non-Trad.Trng.& Empl. Supp Per/Instr Sup, Aids, and Devices Non-Federal Matching Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant VLC - St Appropriation Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant FTCC-Military Business Eq Vacant Vacant Bio Eq Ctrs Approp. Vacant LCC - Motorcycle Safety CCC&TI - Truck Driver Training FTCC - Botanical Lab Taste of Industry Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Enroll. Reserve Op.*** Enroll. Reserve Eq.***

55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

Accounts Receivable Clearing Vacant Vacant Vacant Kannapolis-Rowan-Eq. Vacant Office Admin Alignment Project (OAAP) CBE Incubator Project Accounting & Finance Alignment Project (AFAP) Vacant Job-Driven National Emergency Vacant Gaston-Textile Vacant Vacant Vacant Hicost (Marine Technology) Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant ABE English Literacy/Civics Vacant CTE Leadership/NC Works NC Career Coach Misc Non-Formula Allotment Prison - Designated Prison - Discretionary SBC Equipment Vacant Vacant Vacant CVCC - CEMS Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Campus Security Vacant Minority Male Success Initiative Vacant Vacant Formula Expenditure Vacant Vacant

***Vocational Codes 53-54 N/A For Fiscal Year 2016-17*** Note:

Colleges are prohibited from creating vocational codes for use with state funds and may only use the vocational codes listed above as prescribed by the Accounting Procedures Manual.

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Appendix G: Key Formula Values

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM KEY FORMULA VALUES FY 2016-17 Curriculum Values: Base Tier 1A Tier 1B Tier 2

Ratio Equivalent Value Ratio Equivalent Value Ratio Equivalent Value

Unit Value Other Cost

$403,702 16.4456 $4,269.73 18.697 $3,777.07 21.6627 $3,284.41 $50,136 $178.44

Non-Curriculum Values: Base Tier 1A Tier 1B Tier 2 Tier 3

Ratio Equivalent Value Ratio Equivalent Value Ratio Equivalent Value Ratio Equivalent Value

Unit Value Other Cost

$67,284 16.4456 $4,269.73 18.697 $3,777.07 21.6627 $3,284.41 25.7465 $2,791.75 $50,136 $178.44

Institutional Support: Base Allotment $2,259,591 MCC Level 1 $526,119 MCC Level 2 $880,926 Enrollment Allotment $1,736 per FTE above 750 FICA 7.65% Retirement 16.12% (15.64% R + 0.48% NR) Health Ins $5,471 Position Values: Senior Administrator Supervisor of Programs General Institution Student Services Technical/Paraprofessional Clerical

$88,674 $76,542 $57,704 $57,704 $39,283 $32,673

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Appendix H: Per Capita Rates

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM PER CAPITA COSTS FOR BUDGET FTE FY 2016-17

Tier 1A Instruction Institutional and Academic Support Total

Tier 1B Instruction Institutional and Academic Support Total

Tier 2 Instruction Institutional and Academic Support Total

Tier 3 Instruction Institutional and Academic Support Total

$ $

$

4,269.73 1,736.00 6,005.73

$

3,777.07 1,736.00 5,513.07

$

3,284.41 1,736.00 5,020.41

$

2,791.75 1,736.00 4,527.75

*Note that these values do not include any base or performance-based funding.

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