The Arizona Desert Lamp

Sunday Data Dump: UA State Appropriations

Posted in Campus by Evan Lisull on 19 April 2009

YEAR           STATE APPROPRIATIONS   ENROLLMENT    PER CAPITA APPROPRIATIONS
1994-95          $267,411,000                       35,306                  $7,574
1995-96          $282,488,000                       34,777                 $8,123
1996-97           $288,249,000                      33,504                 $8,603
1997-98          $305,947,000                      33,737                 $9,069
1998-99           $314,481,000                      34,327                  $9,161
1999-2000    $320,912,000                      34,326                  $9,349
2000-01         $333,568,000                      34,488                  $9,672
2001-02         $329,320,000                      35,737                 $9,215
2002-03         $323,885,000                      36,847                 $8,790
2003-04         $317,250,000                     37,083                  $8,555
2004-05         $333,692,000                      36,932                  $9,035
2005-06         $358,046,000                     37,036                  $9,668
2006-07         $389,897,000                     36,805                  $10,593
2007-08         $416,658,000                      37,217                  $11,195
Financial data obtained from the FSO’s Annual Financial Reports; enrollment data obtained at the Office of Institutional Planning and Research Support (OIPRS).

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