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Revenue sources Amount Percent Tuition and fees $20,882,118 45.62% State appropriation $12,444,595 27.19% Federal grants $6,669,760 14.57% Auxiliary enterprises $3,087,239 6.75% Other $1,368,445 2.99% State grants $1,317,471 2.88% Total revenue $45,769,628 100% Expenditures Amount Percent Personnel $25,392,181 58.79% Non-personnel $17,798,247 41.21% Expenditure details Amount Percent Instruction $14,147,793 32.76% Scholarship/financial aid $7,184,608 16.63% Academic support $5,368,158 12.43% Institutional support $5,151,401 11.93% Student services $4,966,254 11.50% Physical plant operations $3,334,217 7.72% Auxiliary enterprises $3,037,975 7.03% Dee Bernard joins Inver Hills as CFO Dee Bernard joins Inver Hills as chief financial officer in January 2011, succeeding retiring Larry Margolis, who served the college for more than three decades. As CFO, Bernard is charged with developing the college’s long-range financial master plan, directing all fiscal operations and preparing a multi-year budget plan, among other responsibilities. She comes to Inver Hills from Minneapolis Community and Technical College, where she served since 2001 as director of finance. Bernard holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy, psychology and women’s studies; a master’s in public administration and management; and a juris doctorate — all from Hamline University. She has extensive experience with the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system and was part of a task force that built the system’s budget model. Additional positions Bernard has held include: operations team manager with Prudential Financial, adjunct professor with the University of St. Thomas and adjunct faculty with Minneapolis Community and Technical College. Recent renovations to the Fine Arts spaces at Inver Hills have allowed the college to expand and enhance programming in music, theatre and art, and have made student and faculty work more accessible to the community at large. The $14 million project, which revitalized 19,000 square feet of space and added 32,000 square feet — including nine new multipurpose classrooms designed for active learning assisted by technology— to the campus’ Fine Arts building, was completed ahead of schedule in the spring of 2010. “Today, courses in sculpture, glass design, digital photography and music video production; ensembles in African drum, steel drum and African dance; and expanded opportunities for students to direct one-act performances are all possible because of this stateof-the-art space,” said Dr. Joan Costello, provost and vice president for academic affairs. The building’s music wing features a recording studio, multi-use performance space, new practice facilities, and new teaching studios and offices, as well as a Macintosh computer lab equipped with the latest music software for audio and video engineering. Highlights in the art division include a 3D art studio, as well as totally renovated ceramics and drawing areas. The theatre department saw extensive renovations, and the addition of a multidimensional classroom, which allows for an expanded number of smaller and student-led performances each year. “While the orange and brown color palette was the most glaring evidence that the theater was outdated, space design, accessibility and equipment were the most important inadequacies that needed to be addressed,” Costello said. “The renovation added space backstage for efficient storage of costumes, props and equipment; created make-up, shower and brochures Financial Information (FY 2010) An Investment in Fine Arts Total expenditures $43,190,428 100% 8 | Report to the Community 2010 | 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 2010 Report to the Community CLIENT: Inver Hills Community College green room space; and updated electrical and sound systems within the theater itself.” The renovated building is a testament to the college’s commitment to energy efficiency with the inclusion of light shelves that direct daylight into each room, as well as high-efficiency lighting controls that monitor light levels and adjust electrical lighting accordingly. In addition, the Fine Arts building’s new galleries and gathering spaces will provide the college and local communities with additional opportunities to connect, as has been done in the past through the sponsorship of a community band, providing practice spaces and offering children’s theatre events for local school districts. “Donated by Bob and Alexandra (Sandy) Klas, the magnificent glass tower is the anchoring gem and sets the stage for the art and learning that takes place within the building,” Costello said. “To paraphrase the National Endowment for the Arts, a great campus deserves great art.” home brochures packaging websites and html campaigns brand identities tammy rose design | tel: 612 522 5829 cell: 612 599 9845 | Financial Investment 9 | Report to the Community 2010 |

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