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Implications of an “All-Cuts” State Budget for the CSU Senate Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review April 14, 2011 Robert Turnage Assistant Vice Chancellor.

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1 Implications of an “All-Cuts” State Budget for the CSU Senate Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review April 14, 2011 Robert Turnage Assistant Vice Chancellor for Budget

2 Amounts include federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds ($717.5 Million in 08/09 and $106 Million in 10/11) CSU State Allocation In Billions

3 State Allocation and Enrollment FTES in and are projected enrollment rather than actual FTES in billions

4 Future Supply and Demand for Skilled Workers: One Million Short of CA Workers with Bachelor Degrees Work Force No H.S. diplomaH.S. diplomaSome collegeB.A./B.S. or more 2025 Demand 2025 Supply, no migration Millions of Workers Source: Public Policy Institute of California

5 Declining State Support Forces More Reliance on Student Fees (in 2011 Constant Dollars) $0 $2,000 $4,000 $6,000 $8,000 $10,000 $12,000 $14, Tuition Fees and Other Fees less Financial Aid State Funds

6 CSU Student Faculty Ratio FTE Students per FTE Faculty

7 Lowest 20 Universities in Educational & General Expenditures Per FTE ( Universities with at least 15,000 students, #103) 7 Source: Education Trust

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