National Trends in State Funding

Report
National Trends in State Funding Support
Source: Washington Post 12/14/11
University of Michigan
1.
2.
48% to 17% in decline
No notation with regard to
time
University of California
at Berkeley
1.
2.
University of Virginia
1.
2.
26% of the operating budget
to 7%
Last two decades
1991 state support was 47% of
the operating budget
11% at present

Fall 2000




139,113 In-State Students
56.377 Out-of-State Students
162,761 TOTAL Students
Fall 2010



190,920 In-State Students
30,807 Out-of –State Students
221, 727 TOTAL Students
UNC Total Enrollment Fall 2000 and Fall 2010
UNC Faculty
by Rank
7000
ASU 16.9%
ECU 7.1%
6000
ECSU 20.1%
FSU 9.4%
5000
A&T 19.5%
NCCU 16.3%
NCSU 19.3%
4000
UNCA 9.2%
UNC-CH 18.5%
3000
UNCC 16.1%
UNCG 17.5%
UNCP 10.8%
2000
UNCW 9.1%
UNCSA 18.4%
1000
WSU 18.3%
WSSU 16.1%
UNC AVG 15.3%
0
2005-2006
2006-2007
2007-2008
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
Undergraduate In-State Tuition and Fees 2005-2006 to 2010-2011
(http://www.northcarolina.edu/stat_abstract/index.php?pg=dl&id=11217&inline=1&return_u
rl=%2Fstat_abstract%2Findex.php%3Fpg%3Dvb%26node_id%3D11215)
Undergraduate Financial Aid (10 year
comparison)
Average Accumulated Indebtedness of UNC Graduating Seniors With Student Loans
Academic Year of Graduation
Number of
Graduating
Seniors
Institution
ASU
ECU
ECSU
FSU
NCA&T
NCCU
NCSU
UNCA
UNC-CH
UNCC
UNCG
UNCP
UNCW
UNCSA
WCU
WSSU
UNC Total
1,666
1,750
198
262
658
390
2,739
264
3,072
1,099
935
197
1,159
99
583
241
15,312
2004-05
Number of
Percent of
Students
Students
Receiving Loans Receiving Loans
732
967
160
221
546
338
1,235
113
1,084
587
574
134
601
67
332
192
7,883
43.9
55.3
80.8
84.4
83
86.7
45.1
42.8
35.3
53.4
61.4
68
51.9
67.7
56.9
79.7
51.5
Average Loan
Amount
$13,987
$17,724
$12,513
$9,187
$19,870
$17,252
$14,737
$12,798
$11,856
$15,647
$15,787
$14,558
$14,717
$18,012
$13,837
$14,671
$15,000
Number of
Graduating
Seniors
1,883
2,150
253
290
907
429
3,168
331
3,383
1,507
1,268
343
1,427
120
814
394
18,667
2009-10
Number of
Percent of
Students
Students
Receiving Loans Receiving Loans
961
1,293
210
251
814
385
1,563
149
1,064
888
812
280
783
83
513
346
10,395
Notes:
1. Students who initially enrolled in the fall or spring as first-time freshmen and graduated in six years are included.
2. Degree Intent of four-year diploma (UNCSA) and bachelor's degree are included.
3. All summer terms are excluded. All winter terms for UNCSA are included.
4. Both independent and dependent students are included.
51
60.1
83
86.6
89.7
89.7
49.3
45
31.5
58.9
64
81.6
54.9
69.2
63
87.8
55.7
Average Loan
Amount
$16,483
$20,801
$17,173
$18,516
$27,294
$21,076
$18,104
$15,597
$14,909
$19,877
$20,217
$19,212
$17,652
$22,433
$17,374
$24,129
$19,259
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
FY 2010–11 | Total Revenues by Source (in thousands)
TOTAL: $2,737,783
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
General Fund Appropriations
TOTAL: $2,737,783
ImpactAppropriations
of State Appropriations
State
• State funding primarily supports instruction and key academic
operations. The academic core depends heavily on these state
dollars.
• The College of Arts & Sciences relies on state funding for 79%
of its operating budget. College faculty teach 86% of the
University’s total undergraduate hours.
• About 97% of the university’s total state budget supports
personnel (60% for tenured and tenure-track faculty).
• For FY 2011-12, UNC-Chapel Hill received a $100.7 million or
17.9% cut to its permanent state appropriation.
UNCG: What are our Revenue Sources?
1990-91
2010-11
($107 million)
($404 million)
Investment
Income
1.97%
Other
Grants and
Operating
Contracts
Revenue
6.49%
3.02%
Sales and
Services
16.29%
Federal
Financial Aid
Grants and 7.31%
Contracts
14.39%
Investment
Income
8.02%
Other
Operating
Revenue
1.07%
State
Appropriations
40.36%
State
Appropriations
50.40%
Tuition and
Fees
21.83%
Sales and
Services
9.92%
Tuition and
Fees
18.93%
UNCG: What do we spend our resources on?
By Function
Scholarships
and
Fellowships
10.19%
By Purpose
Research and
Student Public Service
Services
Student
7.82%
Financial Aid 4.04%
9.85%
Utilities
2.43%
Physical
Plant
7.50%
Services
15.19%
Instruction
and
Academic
Support
50.70%
Salaries and
Benefits
65.25%
Supplies and
Materials
6.95%
Auxiliary
Enterprises
10.47%
Institutional
Support
9.61%

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