​​​​​​Financial DataThe State System universities operate with a combined $2.1 billion annual budget. The universities receive the equivalent of about $3,900 per student in state support, about two-thirds the national average among all public colleges and universities.

State educational and 
general funding
(10-year history)

Year
Appropriation  % change
2008-09 $  477,322,000
-1.40%
2009-10 $  444,470,000 -6.90%
2010-11 $  444,470,000 0.00%
2011-12 $  412,751,000 -7.10%
2012-13 $  412,751,000 0.00%
2013-14 $  412,751,000 0.00%
2014-15 $  412,751,000 0.00%
2015-16 $  433,389,000 5.00%
2016-17 $  444,224,000 2.50%
2017-18 $  453,108,000 2.00%


State funding per full-time
equivalent student

Year State System  National Average 
2007-08 $ 4,776 $ 6,948
2008-09 $ 4,612 $ 7,216
2009-10 $ 4,135 $ 6,897
2010-11 $ 4,047 $ 6,499
2011-12 $ 3,761 $ 6,322
2012-13 $ 3,858 $ 5,850
2013-14 $ 3,902 $ 6,035
2014-15 $ 3,989 $ 6,512
2015-16 $ 4,052 $ 6,966
2016-17 est. $ 4,052 N/A

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Tuition (10 year history)

Most Common, Full-time, In-State, Undergraduate Tuition Rate

​Year
Tuition​
Increase
Increase
2008-09
$  5,358
$ 181
3.5%
2009-10
$  5,554
$ 196
3.7%​
2010-11
$  5,804
$ 250
4.5%
2011-12
$  6,240
$ 436
7.5%
2012-13
$  6,428
$ 188
3.0%
2013-14
$  6,622
$ 194
3.0%
2014-15
$  6,820
$ 198
3.0%
2015-16
$  7,060
$ 240
3.5%
2016-17
$  7,238
$ 176
2.5%
2017-18
$  7,492
$ 254
3.5%​​​




Spending by Function 

 


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