Student Organizations | CTBAC

History

The McCombs School of Business CTBAC was created following the passage of S.R. 1002 in the Senate of College Councils. There is a parallel CTBAC in all 16 of the colleges/schools at the University.

The purpose of CTBACs is to advise college/school administrators on budgetary decisions within their particular college/school. Furthermore, CTBACs bridge the divide between students and administrators as each college responds to the state-mandated, university-wide 5-percent budget cut announced in fall 2009 for the 2011-2012 budget cycle, and the 10-percent cut announced for the 2012-2013 cycle. Additionally, CTBACs educate students and the university community about the budgeting process and inform administrators about the students' thoughts and opinions regarding the budget of their specific college/school.

In McCombs, the CTBAC fulfills its purpose by conducting surveys and interviews of students, faculty, and staff to find the common priorities which should be met by the tuition and budget decisions made by the administration. View our documents page to learn more about the work that the McCombs CTBAC has done.

Page last updated: 5/4/2015