The McGill University Budget Book for Fiscal Year 2015 was approved by the Board of Governors on 28 April 2014. This Budget was developed to ensure that McGill’s resources continue to be aligned with strategic academic priorities, to simplify and clarify budget categories, and to provide the means for measuring our progress, while remaining fiscally responsible.
Compacts are a Faculty-by-Faculty expression of an integrated, multi-year, multi-fund planning and resource allocation process linked to the strategic plans and academic priorities of the University. The Academic Management Office oversees the Compact process.
University Budgets for recent years are available here for reference purposes.
Provost’s responsibility for University Budget
In accordance with the Provostial model adopted by McGill in 2007, the Provost is in charge of both academic planning and the University Budget as well as ensuring that University resources are aligned with strategic academic priorities.