This fall, the president and senior leadership at York University have been holding a series of budget consultation meetings across the University to seek input for the 2019-20 budget. As part of this community consultation process, President and Vice-Chancellor Rhonda L. Lenton, Lisa Philipps, provost and vice-president academic, and Carol McAulay, vice-president finance and administration, are hosting a Budget Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 11, from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Senate Chamber, N940, Ross Building.
The town hall presents an opportunity to learn about and participate in the University’s budget-planning process. It will provide an overview and context regarding the University’s current financial framework, including both the opportunities and the economic challenges that need to be considered when planning for the academic year.
Participants are invited to provide input about what they think are the most urgent budget priorities. At the end of this budget consultation process, Lenton, Philipps and McAulay will report back to the community on what they heard and the major themes that were identified.