The program component is a statewide activity classification used for allocation of resources (the appropriation process) and expenditure (cost) information. The program component applies to expenditures only and relates exclusively to Expenditures, Expenditure Credits and Recoveries. Program code 998 is assigned as an identifier of all capital outlay projects for recording purposes.
The program structure is divided into three levels, Program, Subprogram, and Element. The Department of Planning and Budget under the authority of the General Assembly controls the Program Structure.
This function includes all programs and activities provided to assist individuals in developing knowledge, skills, and cultural awareness.
Educational and General includes all Programs and activities to coordinate and provide instruction, research, and public service through a system of higher education institutions.
|101 Higher Education Instruction
Includes all activities that are a part of the University's instructional program.
102 Higher Education Research
Internally supported research that is separately budgeted, institutes or research centers.
103 Higher Education Public Services
Activities that provide non-instructional service beneficial to individuals and groups external to the institution. The activities generally include seminars and projects for the public.
104 Higher Education Academic Support Program
Activities that primarily provide support services to the institution's primary programs of instruction, research, and public service.
The primary purpose of this program is to provide support to students that contributes to their emotional and physical well being, their intellectual, cultural and social development outside the context of the formal instruction program students.
The primary purpose of Institutional Support is to provide operational support for the day-to-day functioning of the higher education institution (excluding physical plant operations).
This program includes operations to provide services and maintenance related to the campus grounds and facilities.
The Student Financial Assistance Program includes Scholarships and Fellowships awarded to students enrolled at the University.
|108 Student Financial Assistance
This activity provides financial assistance to higher education students.
The Financial Assistance Program includes financial assistance in the form of grants and contracts.
|110 Financial Assistance for Educational and General Services
Services to provide resources for educational and general through supplementing other activities within the University.
This function involves activities to operate a commodity sales or production undertaking or provide services for charge.
Includes all activities that provide essentially self-supporting goods or services to students, faculty, and staff.
|809-10 - Food Services
These activities provide self-supporting food service related operations such as cafeterias, restaurants, snack shops, vending machines, and catering services.809-20 - Bookstores and Other Stores
Self-supporting bookstores and other store operations such as clothing stores, convenience stores, and any other stores or shops providing primarily non-food items.809-30 - Residential Services
This activity provides self-supporting housing operations including dormitories, apartments, houses, fraternity and sorority houses, faculty and staff housing, and hotel operations.809-40 - Parking and Transportation Systems
Includes all activities to provide self-supporting parking operations, parking lots (both on campus and satellite lots), parking decks, transportation systems, and motor pool operations.809-50 - Telecommunications Systems and Services
Communication systems and services include self-supporting satellite systems, other electronic communications systems, telephone services, and operation of communication systems.809-60 - Student Health Services
Includes all activities to provide self-supporting health services for students, faculty, or staff and their dependents through an infirmary, clinic, or testing operation.809-70 - Student Unions and Recreational Facilities
Includes efforts to provide self-supporting student union or community center operations.809-80 - Recreational and Intramural Programs
Include all activities that provide self-supporting recreational and intramural programs.809-90 - Other Enterprise Functions
Other self-supporting auxiliary enterprise operations, which do not meet the definition of an independent operation and which, are not included in the above categories.809-95 - Intercollegiate Athletics
Includes all self-supporting intercollegiate athletic events or programs.
Although the program component is independent of the project component, the program code 998 is assigned as an identifier of all capital outlay projects which are a unique type of expenditure.
998 Capital Outlay
This program is used to record revenue and expenditures, by project number, for all capital outlay projects.