November/December: The Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs will send out Learning Space Leadership Committee (LSLC) proposal guidelines from the previous summer. Interested faculty should discuss ideas with program faculty and their division. If a proposal is prepared, Facilities and Operations can provide cost estimates for physical reconstruction costs, and Information Technology can provide estimates for technology costs.
March 1: Draft proposals with budgets are due in the Vice Chancellor's Office. The Vice Chancellor sends it to the Information Technology Committee of the Faculty Senate and to the Strategic Planning Committee for Information Technology for review, if appropriate (March). Associate Dean discusses proposals with Division Heads (April)
May 1: Vice Chancellor submits proposals to the Chancellor with a ranking of priorities for projects, supporting correspondence from ITC and SPCIT.
The Chancellor will review and assess the budget, etc., and ask the Director of Business Operations to submit it by the University's due date (usually mid-July).