No. 2793 Session of 1994

        INTRODUCED BY EVANS, MAY 18, 1994


                                  A SUPPLEMENT

     1  To the act of November 30, 1965 (P.L.843, No.355), entitled "An
     2     act providing for the establishment and operation of Temple
     3     University as an instrumentality of the Commonwealth to serve
     4     as a State-related university in the higher education system
     5     of the Commonwealth; providing for change of name; providing
     6     for the composition of the board of trustees; terms of
     7     trustees, and the power and duties of such trustees;
     8     providing for preference to Pennsylvania residents in
     9     tuition; providing for public support and capital
    10     improvements; authorizing appropriations in amounts to be
    11     fixed annually by the General Assembly; providing for the
    12     auditing of accounts of expenditures from said
    13     appropriations; authorizing the issuance of bonds exempt from
    14     taxation within the Commonwealth; requiring the President to
    15     make an annual report of the operations of Temple
    16     University," making appropriations for carrying the same into
    17     effect; providing for a basis for payments of such
    18     appropriations; and providing a method of accounting for the
    19     funds appropriated.

    20     The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
    21  hereby enacts as follows:
    22     Section 1.  The following sums, or as much thereof as may be
    23  necessary, are hereby appropriated to the Trustees of Temple
    24  University for the fiscal year July 1, 1994, to June 30, 1995,
    25  for the purposes and in the amounts as shown:
    26     (1)  For educational and general expenses......  $131,339,000

     1     (2)  For instruction - Doctor of Medicine only.     8,305,000
     2     (3)  For operation of dental clinics in the
     3  school of dentistry...............................     1,030,000
     4     (4)  To enhance the recruitment and retention
     5  of disadvantaged students.........................       321,000
     6     (5)  For maxillofacial prosthodontics..........        96,000
     7     Section 2.  Payments to Temple University on account of the
     8  appropriations for all items as provided in section 1 shall be
     9  made on the basis of costs during the fiscal year.
    10     Section 3.  If necessary, Temple University may transfer
    11  funds among the appropriations listed in section 1(1) and (2),
    12  provided, that the aggregate amount transferred into or out of
    13  each appropriation during the fiscal year shall not exceed 5% of
    14  the amount specifically appropriated for that purpose.
    15     Section 4.  (a)  Payment to Temple University of the
    16  appropriations provided in section 1 shall be made monthly
    17  during the fiscal year.
    18     (b)  Such monthly payments shall be made in accordance with
    19  the provisions of section 2 on the basis of estimated costs. The
    20  estimate of costs shall be submitted by Temple University to the
    21  Secretary of Education, the General Assembly and the State
    22  Treasurer not later than 30 days prior to the date on which such
    23  payment is to be made.
    24     Section 5.  (a)  Temple University shall apply the moneys
    25  appropriated by this act only for such purposes as are permitted
    26  in this act and shall at all times maintain proper records
    27  showing the application of such moneys. Not later than 120 days
    28  after the close of the fiscal year to which this act relates,
    29  Temple University shall file, with the Secretary of Education,
    30  the General Assembly and the Auditor General of the
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     1  Commonwealth, a statement setting forth the amounts and purposes
     2  of all expenditures made from moneys appropriated by this act
     3  and other university accounts during said fiscal year, as
     4  provided in section 2, used as a basis for receipt of any
     5  appropriation during said fiscal year.
     6     (b)  Such statement of expenditures and costs shall be
     7  reviewed by the Auditor General of the Commonwealth, and he
     8  shall have the right, in respect to the moneys appropriated by
     9  this act, to audit and disallow expenditures made for purposes
    10  not permitted by this act and to cause such sums to be recovered
    11  and paid by Temple University to the State Treasurer. In respect
    12  to expenditures made by the university from moneys other than
    13  those appropriated by this act, the Auditor General shall have
    14  the right to review only, and he shall file annually with the
    15  General Assembly such information concerning said expenditures
    16  as the General Assembly or any of its committees may require.
    17     Section 6.  A report shall be submitted to the Governor and
    18  the Appropriations and Education Committees of the Senate and
    19  House of Representatives and shall include data for all programs
    20  except the Doctor of Medicine program. The report, to be
    21  submitted prior to September 1, 1995, shall cover the 12-month
    22  period beginning with the summer term 1994 and shall include:
    23     (1)  The following counts and distributions for each term
    24  during the period:
    25     (i)  The definitions and numbers of faculty members employed
    26  full time, of faculty members employed part time, of full-time
    27  students enrolled in graduate courses, of full-time students
    28  enrolled in undergraduate courses, of part-time students
    29  enrolled in graduate courses and of part-time students enrolled
    30  in undergraduate courses.
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     1     (ii)  The total numbers of undergraduate student credit
     2  hours, divided into lower division and upper division course
     3  levels, and of graduate student credit hours divided into three
     4  course levels--master's, first professional and doctoral.
     5     (iii)  The number of different courses scheduled by level of
     6  instruction and the number of sections of individual instruction
     7  scheduled by level of instruction, each further subdivided by
     8  two-digit Classification of Instructional Program (CIP)
     9  categories of instructional programs of higher education as
    10  defined by the National Center for Education Statistics, United
    11  States Department of Education.
    12     (iv)  The number of terms scheduled and the dates thereof.
    13     (2)  For the summer term and the following academic year in
    14  total and for each two-digit CIP program category, a
    15  classification of faculty members or other professional
    16  employees by title, including: professor, associate professor,
    17  assistant professor, instructor, lecturer, research associate,
    18  librarian and academic administrator; faculty members or other
    19  professional employees under each title to be subdivided by type
    20  of assignment: teaching and nonteaching; and each such set of
    21  faculty members or other professional employees to be further
    22  subdivided by type of employment: full-time or part-time; and
    23  the following aggregates for each such subdivided
    24  classification:
    25     (i)  The number of faculty and other professional employees
    26  and their full-time equivalence in instructional and
    27  noninstructional functions.
    28     (ii)  The sum of credits assigned to undergraduate classroom
    29  courses and the sum of credits assigned to graduate classroom
    30  courses taught, divided into lower division, upper division,
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     1  master's, first professional and doctoral course levels.
     2     (iii)  The sum of credits assigned to undergraduate
     3  individual instruction courses and the sum of credits assigned
     4  to graduate individual instruction courses taught, divided into
     5  lower division, upper division, master's, first professional and
     6  doctoral course levels.
     7     (iv)  The sum of undergraduate classroom student credit hours
     8  and the sum of graduate classroom student credit hours
     9  generated, divided into lower division, upper division,
    10  master's, first professional and doctoral course levels.
    11     (v)  The sum of undergraduate individual instruction student
    12  credit hours and the sum of graduate individual instruction
    13  student credit hours generated, divided into lower division,
    14  upper division, master's, first professional and doctoral course
    15  levels.
    16     (vi)  The total salary paid for instructional functions and
    17  for noninstructional functions and the amount of this salary
    18  paid for each of these functions from university funds, Federal
    19  funds and other funds.
    20     (3)  For each term of the period covered for each faculty
    21  member employed full time identified by two-digit CIP program
    22  category and title, the report shall contain an analysis of the
    23  average hours per week spent in university-related activities,
    24  stating specifically hours spent in undergraduate classroom
    25  contact and graduate classroom contact, hours spent in
    26  preparation, hours spent in research and hours spent in public
    27  service.
    28     Section 7.  In addition to the requirements in section 6
    29  relative to this appropriation, each report covering the 12-
    30  month period beginning with the summer term 1994 shall include
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     1  for all programs of the university:
     2     (1)  Minimum number of credits required for a baccalaureate
     3  degree and for a master's degree.
     4     (2)  Number of bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, first
     5  professional degrees and doctoral degrees awarded in 1991, 1992,
     6  1993, 1994 and estimated 1995.
     7     Section 8.  Temple University shall provide full, complete
     8  and accurate information as may be required by the Department of
     9  Education or the majority chairman or the minority chairman of
    10  the Appropriations Committee of the Senate or the majority
    11  chairman or the minority chairman of the Appropriations
    12  Committee of the House of Representatives.
    13     Section 9.  Temple University shall report its revenues and
    14  expenditures and present its financial statements required under
    15  the provisions of this act in accordance with generally accepted
    16  accounting principles and procedures for educational
    17  institutions as set forth in the "Higher Education Finance
    18  Manual, United States Department of Health, Education and
    19  Welfare (1975)" and the "Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Budget
    20  Instructions for the State System of Higher Education, State-
    21  Related Universities and Non-State-Related Colleges and
    22  Universities."
    23     Section 10.  This act shall take effect July 1, 1994, or
    24  immediately, whichever is later.

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