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Summary of Appropriations 2001-02 through 2013-14. Medical Assistance funds Federal stimulus funds. Fall 2013 Total Credit Enrollment. Mont Alto 1,023 New Kensington 680 Schuylkill 837 Shenango 568 Wilkes-Barre 613 Worthington Scranton 1,178

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Summary of appropriations 2001 02 through 2013 14
Summary of Appropriations2001-02 through 2013-14

Medical Assistance funds Federal stimulus funds


Fall 2013 total credit enrollment
Fall 2013 Total Credit Enrollment

Mont Alto 1,023

New Kensington 680

Schuylkill 837

Shenango568

Wilkes-Barre 613

Worthington Scranton 1,178

York 1,177

College of Medicine 797

Dickinson School of Law*573

PA College of Technology 5,678

World Campus 13,287

Total 98,097

University Park45,518

Abington 3,694

Altoona3,861

Beaver 703

Berks 2,732

Brandywine1,492

DuBois 704

Erie 4,057

Fayette 846

Great Valley 473

Greater Allegheny 623

Harrisburg 4,441

Hazleton 951

Lehigh Valley 925

*Includes University Park and Carlisle locations


Enrollment by pennsylvania county of residence fall 2013 total 64 885
Enrollment By Pennsylvania County of Residence Fall 2013Total – 64,885

Montgomery 4,500

Montour 145

Northampton 1,339

Northumberland 453

Perry 166

Philadelphia 3,791

Pike 253

Potter 55

Schuylkill 1,071

Snyder 255

Somerset 138

Sullivan 53

Susquehanna 170

Tioga 161

Union 277

Venango 115

Warren 159

Washington 663

Wayne 329

Westmoreland 1,505

Wyoming 139

York 2,480

Unknown County 444

Adams 477

Allegheny 4,078

Armstrong 271

Beaver 771

Bedford 161

Berks 2,339

Blair 1,442

Bradford 273

Bucks 3,712

Butler 744

Cambria 417

Cameron 35

Carbon 252

Centre 4,276

Chester 2,918

Clarion 102

Clearfield 691

Clinton 284

Columbia 285

Crawford 293

Cumberland 1,530

Dauphin 2,273

Delaware 2,729

Elk 266

Erie 2,099

Fayette 768

Forest 13

Franklin 776

Fulton 60

Greene 87

Huntington 321

Indiana 201

Jefferson 282

Juniata 130

Lackawanna 1,455

Lancaster 1,970

Lawrence 214

Lebanon 702

Lehigh 1,486

Luzerne 1,581

Lycoming 1,652

McKean 151

Mercer 644

Mifflin 370

Monroe 643


Alumni residing in pennsylvania as of december 31 2013
Alumni Residing in PennsylvaniaAs of December 31, 2013

Montgomery 25,636

Montour 979

Northampton 5,467

Northumberland 3,603

Perry 1,482

Philadelphia 14,282

Pike 560

Potter 546

Schuylkill 6,347

Snyder 1,387

Somerset 1,204

Sullivan 374

Susquehanna 980

Tioga 1,726

Union 2,097

Venango 792

Warren 938

Washington 3,987

Wayne 1,428

Westmoreland 9,748

Wyoming 766

York 13,073

Unknown County 9,509

Adams 2,333

Allegheny 27,856

Armstrong 1,285

Beaver 4,111

Bedford 1,390

Berks 11,529

Blair 9,213

Bradford 1,894

Bucks 17,370

Butler 4,687

Cambria 3,581

Cameron 223

Carbon 1,338

Centre 19,322

Chester 16,876

Clarion 675

Clearfield 4,225

Clinton 2,245

Columbia 2,291

Crawford 1,817

Cumberland 12,219

Dauphin 13,473

Delaware 12,793

Elk 2,130

Erie 9,023

Fayette 4,569

Forest 98

Franklin 3,797

Fulton 389

Greene 471

Huntington 2,031

Indiana 1,605

Jefferson 1,598

Juniata 687

Lackawanna 7,048

Lancaster 12,543

Lawrence 1,639

Lebanon 4,155

Lehigh 8,533

Luzerne 9,123

Lycoming 10,870

McKean 863

Mercer 3,716

Mifflin 1,916

Monroe 1,903


2013 14 income budget december 2013 dollars in thousands
2013-14 Income BudgetDecember 2013(Dollars in Thousands)

Tuition & Fees $1,532,663

State Appropriation 275,931

Agric. Federal Funds 19,778

Auxiliary Enterprises 380,600

Restricted Funds 634,708

Other Income 205,953

Hospital/Clinic* 1,365,716

Total $4,415,349

Tuition & Fees $1,415,808

State Appropriation 244,896

Agric. Federal Funds -

Auxiliary Enterprises -

Restricted Funds -

Other Income 134,310

Total $1,795,014

*Includes $9,036,000 in State and Federal Medical Assistance Funds, provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare.


2013 14 expense budget december 2013 dollars in thousands
2013-14 Expense BudgetDecember 2013(Dollars in Thousands)

Instruction $766,397

Research 548,815

Public Service 111,853

Academic Support 409,003

Institutional Support 335,722

Student Services 124,938

Student Aid 51,386

Physical Plant 216,209

Auxiliary Enterprises 380,600

Hospital/Clinic 1,365,716

Penn College 104,710

Total $4,415,349

Instruction $683,818

Research 63,109

Public Service 42,433

Academic Support 377,771

Institutional Support 271,992

Student Services 121.345

Student Aid 49,086

Physical Plant 185,460

Total $1,795,014


Organized research by fund source
Organized Research by Fund Source

*Prior to 1990-91, the appropriation for Research was a separate line item. Beginning in 1990-91, it was combined into the Educational and General (E&G) Appropriation. The Research Appropriation for 1990-91 through the current year has been estimated using the percentage increase or decrease in the E&G Appropriation.


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