Budget and Planning


University Centers is committed to providing UC San Diego students and community with the best possible facilities, services and programs. On this page, you will find information about the University Centers' budget and facility planning.


2016-2017 Budget

Budget FY2016-17

At a Glance

Facility Fee Graphic



Budget Graphic



Reserves Graphic



Archive

2015-2016 Budget

Budget FY2015-16
FAQ
Planning Documents [+]

At a Glance

Facility Fee Graphic



Budget Graphic



Reserves Graphic


2014-2015 Budget

Budget FY2014-15
UCAB Statement on the Redaction of the Che Facility from the FY2014-15 Budget
Planning Documents

Student Usage and Priority Survey (2012)


University Centers conducted a survey of students to learn more about their usage of University Centers' facilities, services and programs, and how they would prioritize which services should be retained, reduced significantly, or eliminated to help balance the budget. The survey was sent to a randomized sample of 8,000 undergraduate and graduate/professional students in a ratio proportional to enrollment. The results are available below.


Quick Summary: All Respondents
Survey Results: All Respondents
Survey Results: Graduate/Professional Students Only
Survey Results: Undergraduate Students Only

Facility Condition Assessment


Facility Condition Analyses of Price Center East, Price Center West, Student Center A, Che Facility, and Crafts Center were conducted by the ISES Corporation, an independent third-party expert in facilities management. Facilities condition reports provide University Centers with information for ten year capital planning of needed maintenance, repair, replacement and renovation of its facilities. Information gathered through the facility condition analysis process is incorporated into the more comprehensive Long Term Facility Maintenance Plan (FY2015-16 to FY2024-2025).



Price Center East (Read Report)

Price Center West (Read Report)


Student Center (Read Report)


Che Facility (Read Report)


Crafts Center (Read Report)


Impact on Student Life



2014-2015

2013-2014

2012-2013

2011-2012