State of Michigan Reporting Requirements

A. Joint Capital Outlay Subcommittee Report (JCOS)

B. Budget and Performance Transparency Report, FY 2018 – 2019 (Section – 245)

State of Michigan Budget Transparency Logo

Public Transparency Website Requirements (Excerpt from the State School Aid Act of 1979 – PDF)

Use And Finance BI Report  (Dec 31, 2018 through Jan 1, 2019)

B. Budget and Performance Transparency Report, 2018-19

2(a). Annual Operating Budget  (PDF)

2(b)(i). Chart of Personnel Expenditures

2(b)(ii). Chart of Current Expenditures

2(c)(i). Under Negotiation

2(c)(ii). Health Care Benefits

2(c)(iii). Audited Financial Statements, June 30, 2019 (PDF)

2(c)(iv). Campus Security Policies and Crime Statistics 

2(d).  General Fund-Employee-Positions_18-19(PDF)

2(e).  General Fund Revenue-Expenses-Estimates-FY 2020-and-FY 2021(PDF)

2(f).  Debt Service Obligations by Project and Total Outstanding Debt for FY 2020 – 2021 (PDF)

2(g). Transfer agreements of Community Colleges

Policy Regarding Transferability of Core College Courses between Community Colleges and the University

Michigan community college students admitted to Lake Superior State University who have the MACRAO stamp on their transcript are recognized as having completed the general education requirements at Lake Superior State University.

2(h). Reverse Transfer Agreements

Listing of Community Colleges that Have Entered Into Reverse Transfer Agreements with the University

Alpena Community College, Bay de Noc Community College, Bay Mills Community College, Gogebic Community College, Kirtland Community College, North Central Michigan College, Northwestern Michigan College and West Shore Community College

3(a – h). PerformanceReport (PDF)

Enrollment, Student Retention Rate, Six – Year Graduation Rates, PELL Grant recipients and graduating PELL recipients, Geographic origin of Students- in state-out state-international, Faculty to Student and Staff to Student Ratios, Teaching load by Classification and Graduation rate outcomes, employment and continuing education.

6(a – b). Opportunities for Earning College Credit through different programs (PDF)

7) Count and percentage of enrolled students who filed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by academic level (PDF)