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New Regent Orientation University of Colorado at Boulder March 11, 2009. FY 2009 Initial Budget. FY2009 Current Fund Revenues. Restricted funds are gifts, grants & contracts, and non-institutional financial aid

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FY 2009 Initial Budget

FY2009 Current Fund Revenues

  • Restricted funds are gifts, grants & contracts, and non-institutional financial aid
  • Auxiliaries include Housing, Bookstore, Continuing Education, UCSU cost centers and other self-funded departments
  • The campus operating budget, the General Fund, is primarily State funding, ICR, and 80% of total tuition and fees
  • Tuition and fees is largest revenue category

$1.0B

fy2009 budget
FY2009 Budget
  • Restricted fund - $280 million (27%)
  • Auxiliary fund - $240 million (23%)
  • General Fund - $500 million (50%)
  • Total estimated current funds $1.02 billion
general fund 500 million
General Fund$500 million
  • Tuition $358 million (71%)
  • State funding $86.3 million (17%)
  • ICR $41 million (9%)
  • Fees and Other $15.8 million (3%)
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Typical Cost of Attendance Example for an academic year full-time, undergraduate Arts and Sciences student

Note: The resident tuition line only represents the students share and does not include the COF stipend. “Other” is based on estimates established by CCHE

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Boulder Campus Fall Headcounts

By residency -- includes non-degree students

  • Fall 81 Fall 08 Change
  • Residents 14,923 20,038 5,115 34%
  • Non-Res 7,326 10,096 2,770 38%
  • Total 22,249 30,134 7,885 35%
  • New frosh 3,300 5,833 2,533 77%
restricted fund
Restricted Fund
  • Research activity steady
    • Expenditures steady FY06 to FY08 around $260M
  • Gifts
    • 2nd largest component in restricted fund
    • Approximately $45M annually
  • Other restricted fund activity
    • Pell and work study federal funding $14M annually
    • DHE financial aid $8M FY09
auxiliary fund
Auxiliary Fund
  • Auxiliary fund activities are conducted to provide services and support for the Boulder campus
  • Resource management can be “restricted” per bond covenances and Federal Cost Accounting Standards
  • Auxiliary fund activity approximately $240 million
  • Auxiliary enterprises are 90% of the auxiliary fund and the largest is Housing $78 million
  • UCSU $36 million, one of largest student governments
local economic impact
Local Economic Impact
  • Over 30,000 students, 6000 jobs and $475M of payroll
  • Over $17.00 generated in economy for each dollar of tax support
  • Over $250M in research grants from external sources
  • Incubator of numerous start-up companies
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