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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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New regent orientation university of colorado at boulder march 11 2009

New Regent OrientationUniversity of Colorado at BoulderMarch 11, 2009


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

  • 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%)


Tuition fee and state funding revenues per all student fte fy07 us public aau s

Tuition/fee and State-funding Revenues per All-Student FTE, FY07, US Public AAU's


State funding and tuition rate per in state student fte fy09 reporting aau publics

State Funding and Tuition Rate per in-State Student FTE, FY09, Reporting AAU Publics


Expense components fy07

Expense Components FY07


Tuition rates ucb as pct aau public avg

Tuition Rates – UCB as Pct AAU Public Avg


New regent orientation university of colorado at boulder march 11 2009

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


Grant aid excluding state and federal as of fy tuition revenue

Grant aid excluding State and federal as % of FY tuition revenue


New regent orientation university of colorado at boulder march 11 2009

Boulder Campus Fall Headcounts

By residency -- includes non-degree students

  • Fall 81 Fall 08 Change

  • Residents 14,92320,0385,11534%

  • Non-Res 7,32610,0962,77038%

  • Total22,24930,1347,88535%

  • New frosh 3,300 5,8332,53377%


Research awards by funding agency

Research Awards by Funding Agency


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


Sponsored research 1968 2007

Sponsored Research 1968-2007


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


New regent orientation university of colorado at boulder march 11 2009

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