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1 Funding Higher Education: 2010 and Beyond 2010 INDIANA STUDENT LEADERS SUMMIT February 5, 2010

2 $5,090,667,914 (total expenditures all public postsecondary institutions academic year)

3 Indianas Public Higher Education System 3 5 four-year Public Postsecondary Institutions 2 two-year Public Institutions 31 Public Campuses and 12 Instructional Sites 407,000 Students in ,500 buildings worth $12B $2.3B in salary and compensation IHEs have their own: Police, power plants, roads, utility infrastructure, hospitals, restaurants, entertainment industry, lodging, etc…

4 Examples of Expenditure Mix Purdue UniversityITCCI

5 Sources of Revenue State Appropriations Tuition & fees Tuition vs fees Resident & Non-resident Grants & contracts Federal government (research) Private industry Philanthropy Investment Income Other services auxiliaries

6 Examples of Revenue Mix Purdue University ITCCI

7 Sources of Ind. General Fund Revenue

8 Ind. General Fund Expenditures

9 State Appropriations to Public IHEs Compound Annual Growth Rate: 4.7%

10 Percentage of state General Fund appropriated to IHEs

11 State General Fund and PTRC Revenue Growth FY98 – FY09 Source: State Budget Agency. Indianas Fiscal Position 11

12 Compare State Revenue Growth with Higher Education Appropriations FY00 – FY10 State revenue forecast for FY 10 and FY 11 will be available December 2008 Indianas Fiscal Position 12

13 Higher Education Appropriations per FTE by State, 2007 Source: SHEEO SHEF, State Higher Education Finance FY2007. National Context 13

14 Higher Education Tuition, State and Local Revenue per FTE 14 National Context

15 Resident UG Tuition & Mandatory Fee Charges: CAGR CampusCAGRCampusCAGR IUB7.0%PUC6.5% IUE6.2%PUNC6.6% IUK6.3%IPFW6.9% IUN6.3%ISU6.6% IUSB6.3%USI6.1% IUS6.2%BSU6.9% IUPUI6.8%VU5.3% PUWL7.3%ITCCI4.0%

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17 Distributing Scarce Resources

18 Evolution of CHE Funding Recommendations Enrollment Change (credit hours enrolled) Enrollment Change (successfully completed credit hours) Inflation Adjustments Equity Adjustment Plant Expansion/leases Program Adjustment Research Support Incentive Change in number of degrees Change in On-Time graduation Rate Two Year Transfer Incentive Low Income Degree Completion Incentive Workforce Development Incentive (funding non- credit coursework)


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