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State appropriations per FTE
State appropriations and tuition per in-state student FTE
for the 2011-2012 fiscal year
Selected AAU public institutions
Summary and interpretation
Table of Figures
Technical notes and data sources
PDF of all four state appropriations web pages
- All figures are for a single fiscal year.
- Data compiled by the University of Virginia, from a November 2011 query to all public members of the
American Association of Universities. All members providing data by February 2012 are listed.
- Except as noted in comments, state appropriation figures exclude hospitals and extension services (e.g., agricultural). If an appropriation
was changed after the original allocation, that change is reflected in the amount reported. State appropriation figures do NOT include tuition
- Enrollment figures are based on Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) enrollment definitions but limited to in-state residents. Institutions were asked to use residency
status before any adjustments were made for out-of-state (OOS) students paying in-state tuition. For example, OOS graduate teaching/
research assistants changed to in-state status for tuition purposes should not have been counted here.
- FTE enrollment is estimated based on full-time headcount plus one-third of the part-time headcount.
State appropriations exclude state funding for the Georgia Tech Research Institute, the Advanced Technology
Development Center, and the Economic Development Institute. Appropriations figure also excludes Research
Consortium Funds and Special Initiative Funding.
Iowa State University
The appropriations figure includes $17,936,722 for Cooperative Extension and $28,111,877 for the Experiment
Station (Agriculture and Home Economics).
State appropriation and enrollment figures are for Bloomington campus only. Appropriations figure excludes
ARRA (federal stimulus) funds redirected by the state administration to K-12.
Michigan State University
Appropriation figure excludes $28,260,055 for the ag experiment station and $24,365,745 for cooperative extension.
When doctoral students have passed their comprehensive examinations, they can enroll with 1 credit and be
Ohio State University
Included in the state appropriations are instructional funding, mission-based core funding, and one OSU-specific
line item, the OSU Glenn Institute.
Penn State University
The appropriations amount shown represents the equivalent of previous years' E&G line items. Headcount
enrollments include the following campuses: University Park, Commonwealth Campuses, Great Valley, and
The Dickinson School of Law.
Appropriations exclude $25.1 million in debt service appropriations and $26.8 million in line items including the
Agricultural Experiment Station and the Cooperative Extension Service. State Technology is included.
Regional campuses have been excluded.
Appropriations figure excludes appropriations of $28,835,000 for the Agricultural Experiment Station. The
appropriations figure includes an estimate of fringe benefits attributable to the General University. In-state
enrollment is determined by the original state when first enrolled at Rutgers, and excludes 823 students
(411 full-time and 412 part-time) for whom original state is unknown. It is not possible to separate out the
main campus only.
University of Arizona
State appropriations figure excludes the Agriculture Cooperative Extension amount of $10,760,400. It also excludes
the University Medical Center but includes College of Medicine.
University of Colorado
Enrollments shown are actual as of fall 2011 and should be considered final. Enrollments shown are limited to
in-state with enrollment reportable to the state for funding. This excludes self-funding continuing education.
University of Florida
State appropriations include general revenue and lottery trust fund. Enrollment is for 2010; official fall 2011 enrollment
will be available in February 2012.
University of Illinois
State appropriation includes a share of University Administration funding and centrally held resources. State
appropriation figure does not include tuition revenues. It also does not include the value of state-supported
fringe benefit costs estimated at $329,610,400. State appropriation excludes restricted appropriations for the
following: Cooperative Extension Service = $12,646,931; Ag Experiment Station = $14,094,690. In-state
enrollments are based on permanent address and exclude non-resident alien students.
University of Kansas
State Appropriations equals State General Fund Appropriations - Operations, and excludes state appropriations
for the Kansas Geological Survey.
University of Maryland - College Park
Appropriations figure excludes $19,400,145 for Agricultural Extension and $17,666,584 for the Experiment Station.
University of Missouri
Appropriations figure excludes University Extension and University Hospital but includes $11,505,652 for
Agricultural Experimentation Station.
State University of New York - Buffalo
State appropriations reported include fringe benefits and debt service paid by New York State.
State University of New York - Stony Brook
"State Appropriations" figure shown does not include any campus generated revenue (i.e. tuition, interest,
miscellaneous fees) which supports its financial plan. It also does not include the value of state-supported
fringe benefit costs which are not paid for with local appropriation. The FTE number does not include
Summer and Winter enrollments because these are run from generated tuition and fees.
University of North Carolina
State appropriations amount is projected and excludes Area Health Consortium funds. Headcounts for graduate
students were adjusted so that students taking thesis hours are counted as full-time even if enrolled for fewer than
University of Pittsburgh
State appropriations include the following line items: Educational and General, Dental Clinic, Disadvantaged
Students, Center for Public Health Practice, Rural Education Outreach, Laboratory Improvements and Equipment,
Information Technology, Student Life Initiatives, Program Initiatives, School of Medicine, Western Psychiatric
Institute and Clinic, and Services for Teens at Risk.