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The College Budget

Financial stewardship is an important cornerstone of being a community-supported institution. It's something we pride ourselves on, and a value we hope to instill in our students as we help them achieve their personal and professional educational goals.


  • Because of the importance and complexity of the budget, various aspects of the budget are discussed in detail with the board at the


    October 2021

    Approve Revenue Plan & Budget Assumptions

    The Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services, and the Vice President of Instruction and Student Development present Tuition & Fee recommendations for Board approval. An overview is provided of Assumptions for the coming budget year.

    FY2022-23 Tuition & Scholarship Proposals


    November 2021

    Environmental Analysis

    The Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services, and the Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness present an overview of the Demographic, Social & Political, Economy & Workforce, Educational, and Technological issues impacting the college environment.

    Environmental Scan Report

    Environmental Scan Presentation


    December 2021

    No Scheduled Budget Activity


    February 2022

    Work Study

    The Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services highlights important financial issues facing the college for the upcoming fiscal year, including revenues and expenditures based on the best information available at this time.

    FY2022-23 Budget Workstudy Pre-work Report

    FY2022-23 Budget Workstudy


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    March 2021

    Capital Budget Draft Plan

    The Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services presents the preliminary Capital Budget Information including a Capital Improvement Plans, Planned Maintenance, and Equipment needs.

    FY2021-22 Capital Budget Discussion


    April 2021

    Preliminary Budget Approval

    The Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services presents a comprehensive Preliminary Budget for the coming fiscal year.

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    May 2021

    Truth in Taxation Hearing / Final Budget Approval

    A Truth-In-Taxation Hearing is held If the District Governing Board plans to consider an increase in total levy. A separate meeting immediately follows to approve/disapprove the college budget.

    TNT Overview (none proposed in FY2020-21)


    June 2021

    No Scheduled Budget Activity


    July 2021

    Start of new fiscal year.

    The adopted budget is implemented for the new fiscal year.

    These discussions of projected revenues and expenses serve as the foundation for the approval of the final budget in May, as well as any property tax increase that may be considered in May. If the publicly elected district governing board is considering an increase in the property tax levy, a truth in taxation hearing will be advertised in accordance with ARS 15-1461.01 in the April timeframe.

    I would encourage you to attend these meetings to learn more about the Yavapai College however all board meetings are recorded.

Fiscal Year 2021-22 Adopted Budget

Budget cover

We have created a new format which we hope will be more understandable and engaging!

Preparing the annual budget is one of the most important tasks of the year for the College Administration and for the District Governing Board.

Download Budget-in-Brief 5mb pdf

A well-crafted budget aligns college resources in a way that reflects our values and helps to make Yavapai County a premier place to learn, work, and live. Moreover, a well-planned budget ensures that Yavapai College remains a good value for students and taxpayers alike.