Open budget forum to take place Wednesday in Charles V. Park Library


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Colleges, service units, the finance team and the president's cabinet will attend an open budget forum at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 26 in the Charles V. Park Library auditorium.

The forum is open to students, faculty and staff. There will be a comment portion when feedback and questions are encouraged from the university community.

The budget forum is organized by the Budget Priorities Committee, which was created three years ago by the Academic Senate and University President George Ross.

Members of the campus community not able to attend the event can submit questions or ideas to the forum on the Budget Priorities Committee web page.

During the budget forum, an academic dean will be talking about the responsibility centered management budget model CMU uses and how it has worked in the past, said Joe Garrison, director of financial planning and budgets. There will be time for audience questions.

An Our CMU story reported the university's budget is facing a $10 million deficit.


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