2007/08 Support Budget

Enrollment Growth

2007/08 State University Fee Revenue

Students sitting at a table and studying in a libraryThe 2007/08 budget plan includes adjusted State University Fee (SUF) revenue associated with 2.5 percent resident student enrollment growth of an additional 8,351 full-time equivalent students, and no increase in undergraduate, teacher credential program, or graduate/post-baccalaureate SUF rates.

Based on Compact fee policy, between 20 percent and 33 percent of all new State University Fee revenue associated with enrollment growth and SUF rate changes shall be used to increase CSU financial aid, which funds State University Grants for students with need as well as state-mandated fee waivers for eligible students. The 2007/08 budget plan applies 33 percent of marginal cost fee revenue associated with enrollment growth toward CSU financial aid, $6.2 million in total. The remaining $18.9 million increase in State University Fee revenue will be combined with State General Fund support to fund budget plan cost increases.

2007/08 State University Fee (SUF) Revenue

Student Level SUF Rate Student Headcount Gross SUF Revenue Number of Funded SUF Waivers Revenue Reduction From Waivers Net SUF Revenue
Undergraduate
Regular $2,520 309,801 $780,699,000 4,677 ($11,785,000) $768,914,000
Limited $1,464 53,933 $78,958,000 3,439 ($5,034,000) $73,924,000
Credential Program Participants
Regular $2,922 11,292 $32,995,000 87 ($255,000) $32,740,000
Limited $1,698 4,738 $8,045,000 285 ($484,000) $7,561,000
Graduate/Post-baccalaureate
Regular $3,102 30,529 $94,701,000 276 ($856,000) $93,845,000
Limited $1,800 32,377 $58,279,000 1,871 ($3,368,000) $54,911,000
TOTALS   442,670 $1,053,677,000 10,636 ($21,782,000) $1,031,895,000
2006/07 Net Adjusted Revenue Projection $1,006,695,000
Total Projected 2007/08 Aggregated Revenue Increase $25,200,000
Financial Aid Set Aside ($6,221,000)
Net SUF Fee Revenue Increase from 2.5% Enrollment Growth $18,979,000


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