Archive for Tuesday, February 17, 2004

A look at perceived gaps in universities’ 2005 budgets

February 17, 2004

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— The Senate Ways and Means Committee concluded that Gov. Kathleen Sebelius' proposed budget for the state's 2005 fiscal year did not provide enough money for state universities' general operations.

Here is a comparison of the need for tuition dollars and general tax revenues for each institution, as determined by the committee, and Sebelius' budget proposal, with the figures in thousands. Fiscal 2005 begins July 1.



INSTITUTION NEED PROPOSED GAP
University of Kansas $268,798 $260,692 $8,106
Univ of Ks Medical Center $128,051 $125,611 $2,440
Kansas State University $184,344 $179,243 $5,101
KSU Extension, Ag Research $57,320 $56,161 $1,159
KSU Vet Medical Center $25,698 $25,023 $675
Wichita State University $106,490 $103,298 $3,192
Pittsburg State University $49,187 $47,931 $1,256
Emporia State University $44,514 $43,314 $1,200
Fort Hays State University $43,545 $42,428 $1,117
ALL UNIVERSITIES $907,947 $883,701 $24,246
Source: Kansas Legislative Research Department.

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