Budgets And Financial Information

Carl Sandburg College Tentative Budget


Due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) all board meetings are held online until further notice.  Inspection of the fiscal year 2023 Tentative Budget book can be opened in a PDF format with this link:  2023 Annual Tentative Budget, Educational & Financial Plan.


Carl Sandburg College Budget


The Annual Budget serves as the financial plan for all funds of the College.  It has been developed utilizing a comprehensive, quality-enhancing approach designed to make the budget easily understood.  We believe the budget information presents the College's future plans and financial impact and includes information that has been suggested by the Board of Trustees, community members, and staff.  All interested parties are encouraged to interact with the College administration.  Interaction among interested groups consistently leads to operational and educational improvements.  The current budget may be opened in PDF format with this link: 2022 Annual Budget, Educational & Financial Plan


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2019 Budget    2020 Budget  2021 Budget


Carl Sandburg College Financial Report


The College's financial reports are prepared in accordance with the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) principles, which establish standards for external financial reporting for public colleges and universities.  These standards also require that financial statements be presented on a consolidated basis to focus on the College as a whole.  The current Financial Report may be opened in PDF format with this link:   2021 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.


2003 Report  2004 Report  2005 Report   2006 Report    2007 Report  2008 Report  2009 Report  2010 Report  

2011 Report  2012 Report  2013 Report   2014 Report   2015 Report   2016 Report  2017 Report  2018 Report 

2019 Report  2020 Report