Mark Maciulaitis

Mark MaciulaitisAssistant Vice President for Budget
Mark Maciulaitis is the Assistant Vice President for Budget at Stony Brook University. He is responsible for assisting senior campus management in overseeing the development and management of the University’s operating budget. As part of that effort, he serves on the campus Budget Working Group (BWG) made up of senior campus administrators who are regularly briefed and make decisions regarding a wide variety of important campus budget issues. Some of his specific responsibilities include preparing and submitting the campus' state purpose, Dormitory, and IFR budget requests and financial plans, overseeing the close-out of all lapsing appropriations, monitoring the financial conditions of all VP areas, managing the central financial resources, overseeing the preparation of the Form 1 file which populates SUNY's accounting system for all appropriated funds, monitoring and projecting the campus annual utility expenditures, and interacting with SUNY's System Administration to coordinate the budget activities with SUNY and other New York State systems and processes.

Mark Maciulaitis has worked at Stony Brook University since 1985, when he was first hired as a financial analyst. He's an alumnus of Stony Brook University having received a bachelor's degree in psychology in 1978. He then went on to receive a master's degree in psychology from Kean University, a graduate certificate in business from Long Island University, before receiving an MBA in Finance from Indiana University in 1983. He served as secretary then chair of the SUNY-wide Budget Committee from 1995-1999, which he is still a member of. From 1994-95 he also chaired the SUNY Committee on Dormitory Rehabilitaion Financing from 1995-95. He currently serves on the SUNY Technology Committee and is Stony Brook's representative on the SUNY Resource Allocation Committee which is working to develop a new resource-distribution model for state operated campuses. Locally he has chaired and been a member of numerous committees during his career such as the Lapsing Funds Committee, the EEO Committee, the Campus Budget Model (CBM) Implementation Committee, and many others. He currently serves on the University Council, the Project 50 Forward Operational Excellence Committee, as well as a chairing and serving on a number of committees associated with that initiative.