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Tuition Policy Advisory Committee. September 16, 2004. Sources of Funds. Educational and General – State appropriated and Available University Funds (AUF) Designated Funds Sponsored Research Grants and Contracts Auxiliary Enterprise Funds Gift Funds. Educational and General Funds (E & G).

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sources of funds
Sources of Funds
  • Educational and General – State appropriated and Available University Funds (AUF)
  • Designated Funds
  • Sponsored Research Grants and Contracts
  • Auxiliary Enterprise Funds
  • Gift Funds
educational and general funds e g
Educational and General Funds (E & G)
  • 14-accounts – State Appropriated Funds
  • 20-accounts – Available University Funds (AUF)

Sources of 14-accounts

  • General revenue appropriations provide by the Legislature
  • Tuition: statutory and graduate differential
  • Indirect cost income from sponsored projects
  • Laboratory and supplemental fees and library fines

Sources of 20-accounts

  • AUF derived from income from Permanent University Fund

Uses of E & G Funds

  • Instruction
  • Research
  • Administration
  • Scholarships
designated funds
Designated Funds

Sources of Designated Funds

Academic:

19-accounts

  • Base Designated Tuition – ($46/SCH) established by the Legislature
  • Academic Sustainability Tuition – designated tuition established by the Board of Regents
  • Mandatory Student Incidental Fees
  • College and Course Incidental Fees

Other:

  • Continuing Education, Conferences, Camps

Use of Designated Funds

Academic:

  • Programs and activities relevant to the educational mission of the University

Other:

  • Public service activities relevant to the mission of the University
sponsored research grants and contracts
Sponsored Research Grants and Contracts

Source of Sponsored Funds

26-accounts

Funds provided by external agencies and sponsors for specific research and educational programs

Use of Sponsored Funds

Funds can only be used for the purpose specified in the award

auxiliary enterprise funds
Auxiliary Enterprise Funds

29-accounts

Sources of Auxiliary Funds

  • Auxiliary Enterprise Units generate income by providing goods and services to the campus community and the general public

Uses of Auxiliary Funds

  • Managed as self-supporting units and all expenditures support the auxiliary function

Examples of Auxiliary Enterprise Units

  • Parking & Transportation
  • Housing and Food
  • Athletics (includes Frank Erwin Center)
  • Recreational Sports
  • Texas Union
gift and endowment funds
Gift and Endowment Funds

Source of Gift Funds

30-accounts

Cash received from external donors usually for a specific purpose

Source of Endowments

Annual interest earnings on the investment of the principle

Use of Gift/Endowment Funds

Funds are controlled by the terms and conditions of the gift/endowment

Note:

In addition, substantial, non-monetary gifts are often received (real estate, art work, stocks & bonds, core samples, etc.)

university finances fiscal year 2004 05

University FinancesFiscal Year 2004 - 05

Total University Budget = 1.567 B

academic funding 2004 05 personnel detail
Academic Funding2004 – 05 Personnel Detail

Personnel Expenditures = 66.5% of Total Academic Budget

tuition and fee sources
Tuition and Fee Sources
  • Statutory Tuition – rate established by the Legislature, scheduled to increase annually by $2/SCH until 2005-06; rate is $48/SCH for 2004-05 academic year
  • Base Designated Tuition – authorized by the Legislature, with rate set by the Board of Regents; UT Austin rate is fixed at $46/SCH
  • Differential Tuition - authorized by the Legislature, with rate set by the Board of Regents for graduate programs, and Law and Pharmacy first-professional programs
  • Academic Sustainability Tuition – flat rate, designated tuition set by the Board of Regents for full time students; for 2004-05: resident $720, non-resident returning $800, first-time enrolled non-resident $1200
  • Mandatory Incidental Fees – authorized by the Board of Regents; University wide, required fees assessed on SCH or headcount basis
  • College & Course Specific Incidental Fees – authorized by the Board of Regents, assessed on SCH or headcount basis