The Faculties and Colleges that comprise the University of Toronto have created undergraduate, graduate and second-entry programs of outstanding quality, attracting some of the strongest students in the nation, taught by excellent faculty and using space and teaching resources that are some of the best in the world. Programs offered to students registered in a given division are often interdisciplinary in nature, and are best staffed by teaching staff drawn from several divisions.
The 2005-06 Task Force to Review Approach to Budgeting recommended that the University’s revenue-based budget model recognize and adjust for inter-divisional teaching arrangements. Due to the number and complexity of such arrangements, the Budget Model Steering Committee recommended that no adjustment be made to revenue and expense allocations at the time of the initial implementation of the University’s budget model in 2006-07.
An Interdivisional Teaching Committee was struck in 2007-08 to review the issue and to make recommendations on how to deal with the various types of interdivisional teaching arrangements that exist at the University of Toronto.
- IDT Templates - restricted accessThe three IDT templates A, B and C are available via log-in access to the University of Toronto portal. After log-in follow > 'Planning and Budget Documents' > 'IDT Templates'.