The Office of Policy and Fiscal Analysis (OPFA) uses data analysis, program evaluation, and financial modeling to support an efficient allocation of campus resources. The office conducts fiscal analysis of proposed campus academic programs, centers, or institutes. The office also serves as the campus liaison for legislative proposals and identifies the fiscal impact of proposals upon CU and the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus.
The goals of the Office of Policy and Fiscal Analysis are to support:
- The development of new academic programs and centers with a financial review
- A balanced budget by modeling and estimating campus tuition revenue
- Financial strategies in response to a changing public policy environment
- Conducting cost studies for campus service centers or balanced budget programs
Below is a link to the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical campus Institutional Student Fee Plan, approved by the Regents November 2012
FY 13-14 Student Fee Plan Approved by Regents November 2012.pdf
Track state and federal policy issues impacting the Denver Campus, the Anschutz Medical Campus, the University of Colorado, and higher education.
Are you proposing a new degree, academic program, research center or institute? This section provides budgetary guidance for developing new academic degree proposals or centers.
Find information regarding service center policies, training sessions, compliance and a base template model.
View reports of the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus economic impact on the state of Colorado and the Denver metropolitan area.