2017-18 Support Budget

​The 2017-18 Support Budget request builds on the recent successes of the California State University, while also allowing the system to aggressively pursue ways to reach our goals for student success.​

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  • ​Chancellor's Message

    The CSU has made so much progress, and a fully-funded budget from the state will allow us to reach our ambitious goals.

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2017-18 Budget Plan Summary

​If you’re wondering how the money given to the CSU has been allocated, where it comes from, and how it would be spent in 2017-18, these tables will help answer those questions.

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Three-Year Bud​get Summary and Highlig​​​hts
Sources of Funds and Expenditure Augmentations
Distribution of Expenditure Increases

Sources of ​Revenue

The State General Fund and tuition revenue are the biggest sources of funding for the California State University.

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​CSU Financial Aid

Every year, the system foregoes significant revenue to ensure thousands of students with the greatest financial need can attend the CSU.

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Uses of Revenue​

Graduation Initiative 2025, compensation, benefits for faculty and staff, and improvements to campus facilities are among the CSU’s biggest expenses.

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Continuing Cha​llenges

Inflation, an increasing number of students, and maintaining our campuses—all place demands on the budget for the CSU.

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One-Time Requests

The 2017-18 Support Budget includes requests for additional one-time, non-recurring investments from the state as well.​

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Supp​l​emen​tal Documentation

You can find more information and the data used to create the 2017-18 Support Budget in these tables.

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