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Fiscal Year 2014 Budget Overview


The fiscal year 2014 working budget for Frostburg State University is $106,850,000. Below are graphs to explain the revenue sources and distribution by program. Move the cursor over the graph for category descriptions.

Tuition & Fees

Includes all tuition and fees assessed (net of refunds and discounts) for educational purposes.

State Appropriations

Unrestricted revenue received for current operations from, or made available to the institution by, legislative acts or the local taxing authority (the State of Maryland). This category does not include government grants and contracts. Also referred to as general funds.

Educational Services

Revenues that are related incidentally to the conduct of instruction, research, and public service and revenues of activities that exist to provide instructional and laboratory experience for students and that incidentally create goods and services that may be sold to students, faculty, staff and the general public.

Auxiliary Enterprises

Includes entities that exist to furnish goods or services to students, faculty, or staff, and that charges a fee directly related to the cost of the goods or services. The distinguishing characteristic of auxiliary enterprises is that they are managed as self-supporting activities such as residence halls, food services, intercollegiate athletics, and college stores.

Other

All sources of current funds revenue not included in other classifications.

Restricted

Funds limited to a specific use by outside agencies or persons, as distinguished from funds over which the institution has complete control and freedom as to use. Restricted funds have an externally established limitation or stipulation placed on their use.

Auxiliary Enterprises

Includes entities that exist to furnish goods or services to students, faculty, or staff, and that charges a fee directly related to the cost of the goods or services. The distinguishing characteristic of auxiliary enterprises is that they are managed as self-supporting activities such as residence halls, food services, intercollegiate athletics, and college stores.

Instruction

Includes expenditures for all activities that are part of an institution's instructional program. Expenditures for credit and non-credit courses, for academic, vocational, and technical instruction, for remedial and tutorial instruction, and for regular, special, and extension sessions should be included. Expenditures, for department chairs, in which instruction is still an important role of the administrator, are included in this category.

Research

Includes activities specifically organized to produce research, whether commissioned by an agency external to the institution or separately budgeted by an organizational unit within the institution. Included in this category are expenses for individual and/or project research as well as that of institutes and research center.

Public Service

Includes funds expended for activities that are established primarily to provide non-instructional services beneficial to individuals and groups external to the institution.

Academic Support

Includes funds expended primarily to provide support services for the institution's primary missions: instruction and public service. It includes the retention of educational materials, media such as audiovisual services and technology such as computing support, academic administration, and support for course and curriculum development.

Student Services

Includes funds expended for the office of admissions, student aid administration, counseling and career guidance, and registrar and those activities whose primary purpose is to contribute to the student's emotional and physical well-being and to his or her intellectual, cultural, and social development.

Institutional Support

Includes expenditures for: (1) central executive-level activities concerned with management and long-range planning of the entire institution; (2) fiscal operations; (3) administrative data processing; (4) employee and personnel resources; (5) activities that provide procurement, storerooms, safety, and printing; and (6) activities concerned with community and alumni relations, including development and fund raising.

Physical Plant

Includes expenditures for operations that provide services and maintenance related to grounds and facilities.

Scholarships

Includes expenditures for scholarships and fellowships in the form of out-right grants to students selected by the institution and financed with current funds, restricted or unrestricted. Also included is aid to students in the form of tuition remissions.

 

Revenue by Category - FY 2014

Revenue

restricted other auxiliary educational state tuition

 


Expenses by Program - FY 2014

expenses

physical institutional ss academic public instruction scholar aux

 

 

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