Business: Foothill-De Anza's Financial Reports

Foothill-De Anza's Financial Reports


Audited Financial Statement

Foothill-De Anza Community College District's financial statements are audited annually by an independent certified public accounting firm at the end of each fiscal year.

       - Board Communication Letter - June 2023

       - Board Communication Letter - June 2022

       - Board Communication Letter - June 2021

       - Board Communication Letter - June 2020

       - Board Communication Letter - June 2019

       - Board Communication Letter - June 2018

       - Board Communication Letter - June 2017

       - Board Communication Letter - June 2016

        - Board Communication Letter - June 2015

- Board Communication Letter - June 2014

- Board Communication Letter - June 2013

- Board Communication Letter - June 2012

- Board Communication Letter - June 2011

- Board Communication Letter- June 2010

Adopted Budget

The Adopted Budget is developed annually by the district's budget office for information and planning purposes. It projects revenue and expense assumptions for the fiscal year beginning July 1 and ending June 30, and also reports the previous fiscal years' budgets and actuals.

Annual Financial and Budget Report (CCFS-311)

The Annual Financial and Budget Report, form CCFS-311, is submitted to the state chancellor's office annually.

Fiscal Self Assessment

The Sound Fiscal Management Self-Assessment Checklist report is prepared each fiscal year by district Business Office staff as an additional step in the overall process of ensuring fiscal stability and continuous scrutiny of district business practices and operations. Although completion of the report on an annual basis is recommended by the state chancellor's office, it is not a requirement. Foothill-De Anza Community College District chooses to produce the report each year because it is viewed by staff as a valuable tool for our own internal fiscal assessment and provides a comprehensive narrative document that is presented to both the Audit and Finance committee and the Board of Trustees.

Proposition 30 Education Protection Account (EPA)

Annual reporting of funds received from the EPA and how the funds were spent.

Municipal Secondary Market Disclosure Information