Queen's budget planning process is designed to support the university’s strategic priorities, including providing a dynamic student learning experience, advancing innovative research, and supporting a diverse community of students, staff, and faculty.
As operating grants and tuition fees make up a substantial portion of the university’s revenue, comprehensive enrolment and budget planning are vital to protecting the university's financial sustainability.
The Role of the Provost
A central function of the Provost’s role is to ensure that the university’s academic units, administrative divisions, and strategic priorities are supported by an appropriate allocation of resources. The Provost's Advisory Committee on Budget is responsible for providing advice on resource allocation and budget development decisions. The Provost is responsible for overseeing the development the university's budget, which is subject to approval by the Board of Trustees.
To learn more about each annual budget, please view the yearly Budget Communications and Reports on Queen's Financial Services website and Queen's Planning and Budget website.