Presentation on theme: "National Trends in State Funding Support Source: Washington Post 12/14/11 University of Michigan 1. 48% to 17% in decline 2. No notation with regard to."— Presentation transcript:
National Trends in State Funding Support Source: Washington Post 12/14/11 University of Michigan 1. 48% to 17% in decline 2. No notation with regard to time University of Virginia 1. 26% of the operating budget to 7% 2. Last two decades University of California at Berkeley 1. 1991 state support was 47% of the operating budget 2. 11% at present
UNC Total Enrollment Fall 2000 and Fall 2010 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
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
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. State Appropriations Impact of State Appropriations
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