Multiyear Planning (MYP) Estimates, MYP Off-Campus Centers, MYP Academic-Year and State-Supported Summer, and MYP Parameters
Once CY FTES campus support budget targets are finalized, the Chancellor's Office prepares a draft revision to multiyear planning estimates. Considerable attention was given to MYP estimates through 2010-11 to ensure adherence to the agreement in the Compact with the Governor. It is anticipated at this time that revisions through 2010-11 will be made only to the extent that support budget CY FTES targets are adjusted.
Annually, however, campuses may wish to reconsider and adjust the portion of MYP estimates to allocate to off-campus centers and to the main campus.
Annually campuses may wish to reconsider and adjust the portion of MYP CY estimates to allocate to state-supported summers versus the academic year.
MYP parameters are percentages of:
- AY instruction that the campus actually provided onsite at the main campus or off-campus center that were neither lecture nor laboratory courses (e.g., independent study, outdoor instruction);
- AY instruction that the campus actually provide off-site (not on the main campus nor at an identified off-campus center - usually an off-campus site offering 200 annual FTES of instruction) face-to-face; and
- AY instruction that the campus actually provide off-site (not on the main campus nor at an identified off-campus center - usually an off-campus site offering 200 annual FTES of instruction) synchronously or asynchronously.
From the campuses' AY FTES, the estimated AY FTES associated with these categories are subtracted, since the CSU agrees with the State that lecture and laboratory space (capacity space) should be planned only with regard to lecture and laboratory needs. Indeed, it is anticipated particularly that technology-mediated sections that do not require the use of lecture and laboratory space should increase as academic instructional technology matures.
These percentages are calculated from the campus' term submissions of the Academic Planning Data Base (APDB). The statistics used for capital planning purposes are taken from the most recently available APDB reports. For the MYP parameters used in detailed CY 2006-2007 capital planning materials that were prepared largely in CY 2004-2005 were from CY 2003-2004 APDB. For the November 2004 annual report to the State on technology, "Measures of Success" used the same data. In addition, CSU accountability indicators for the campus on when and where instruction is held drew from the same data. To ensure consistency among these three purposes, one report is output and appropriate figures are drawn from the aggregate data. At the Enrollment Planning URL (http://www.calstate.edu/acadres/enrollment_planning.shtml ), under Enrollment Planning Documents, "Academic, Capital, and Technology Planning Parameters, 2003-2004," were posted on April 28, 2005.
The following spreadsheets in that workbook were used for the identified purposes:
- Measures of Success - Lrng Mode
- CSU Accountability - Indicators 8.1 and 8.2
- Capital Planning - CPDC.MAIN and CPDC.OFFC
In the workbook are worksheets and copies of the actual output.