Shared Responsibility Budget Model

OSU’s process for the allocation of the Corvallis-campus Education and General budget has developed over many years through the addition of new kinds of revenues, incentives, and distribution models. There is consensus that the budget process should change.

The goals of the shared responsibility budget process are to:

  • Align the budget allocation process to support and advance the three goals of the university’s strategic plan
  • Recognize the diverse academic missions of OSU’s colleges and centers
  • Promote interdisciplinary and collaborative teaching, research, and outreach, and further OSU’s culture of collaboration and cooperation
  • Make sure the university is financially sound and can make the long-term investments required for success

Budget Model Workbook & Supporting Documents

FY24 FINAL Budget Model

FY24 Preliminary Budget Model - The preliminary budget model is an estimate. This is for planning purposes only and not a guarantee of resources.

FY24 Prospective Budget Model - The prospective budget model is an estimate. This is for planning purposes only and not a guarantee of resources.

Budget Model Overview

Overview of the OSU-Corvallis E & G Shared Responsibility Budget Model - Academic Colleges Focus (pdf)

OSU-Corvallis is implementing a new budget model with the FY2018 Education & General budget. The model was used to inform differential budget reductions for colleges in the FY2018 budget and will provide the basis for the FY2019 E & G budget. The summary answers some of the common questions about the model and reviews the principal components of the model, with a focus on issues of interest to academic colleges. For more information click on the pdf link above to access the entire model overview.

Summary of Changes

OSU-Corvallis Shared Responsibility Budget Model (pdf)

Since the initial budget model design, there have been a number of changes in the model. You are encouraged to review the changes listed in the summary of the downloadable document (pdf). In addition to changes, there are some outstanding issues identified, with the plan to review and address them during the current fiscal year.