Economics of a college


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Economics of a college

  1. 1. Economics of a CollegeB :Dillon, Christian, Selena, T y iffany,Jasmine, M aribel
  2. 2. ScholarshipsBoard of Trustees, Blue and Gold Scholarship and Regis Achievement Award-Offered to college freshmen with high scholastic achievements. The awards are renewedeach year for a total of four years as long as the recipient mains a 3.0 or higher.Athletic AwardsFor Baseball, volleyball, basketball, softball, lacrosse, cross country, soccer, and golf areawarded by the Athletic Department of Regis based on skills, assets, and academic careerNatural Science Scholarshipfull tuition scholarship awarded to Regis freshmen who plan to major in chemistry, biology,or mathematics. This scholarship is renewable up to 4 years while maintaining a 3.0average, however is available during the summer semester.
  3. 3. GrantsCollege Opportunity Fund-Paid by the state on behalf of eligible undergraduate residents. The dollar amount is stipend and setannually by Colorado general assembly.Federal Pell Grant-Federally funded for extreme financial need from FASFA. Family’s contribution estimated calculates thepercentage amount you will receive for full time or part time. Was created by Consolidated AppropriationAct.Colorado Student Grant-State funds awarded To Colorado for residents with high financial needs with a completed FASFA.Colorado Graduate Grant is similar also having to be a resident with high financial needs enrolled in degreeprograms identified as critical careers by Colorado commission of higher education. While having acompleted FASFA and residency form.
  4. 4. Expenses of Regis 2011-2012 Spent 2011 Pr edict ion f or t he end of 2012Const r uct ion Cost $ 2,687,537 $ 18,151,337St udent Loans $ 3,983,882 $ 4,108,954Money Mar ket s Cost $ 2,594,832 $ 4,166,550Tot al Balances (f air $ 3,308,329 $ 2,501,128value)Tot al Net Pr oper t y $ 65,363,137 $ 54,198,394Plant & equipment
  5. 5. Where does Regis get $ from?● Telef und● Provides private gif t and pledges f or operating purposes● Students f rom Regis work as callers● Alumni, P arents and f riends of Regis help with their donations● Last year s money raised was $1, 646, 213● This year s approximation : $1, 829, 695
  6. 6. -Regis University boasts a diverse student body - more than 20% are peopleof color; 65% are female; 43% are Catholic; 3% have a disability-RegisTotal Annual Cost for a student is $42,467 ( includes tuition, room andboard and books, excludes however grants and scholarships)-Tuition alone is $30,588-After receipt of grants and scholarships this cost goes down to $30,900 ayear-44% of students at Regis receive scholarships or grants.-44% also graduate from 4 year programs.
  7. 7. Random Fact: Why we most likely not have a football team -we simply could not afford it● A DII football team has an average budget of $900,000 and competitive programs spend more in the $1.5 million range.● DII football programs never make money● Only 26 DI programs actually paid for themselves and a made a profit.● Most DII programs can alleviate some of the cost burden through donations and receipts but they never pay for the entire program.
  8. 8. How Regis compares to local Universities● University of Denver Total Student Enrollment: 11, 476 students Undergraduate: 5,087 Graduate: 6,389 Demographics: White: 67% Black: 2% Hispanic: 6.8% Asian/Pacific Islander: 5.2% American Indian: 1-2% International: 9% (Representing 20 countries) Race/ Ethnicity Unknown: 9.1% Total Tuition Cost: $56,399 (2012-2013) Average Salaries (2012-2013) Lecturer: $40,991 Assistant Professor: $73,611 Adjunct Professor (hourly): $45.25/ hour
  9. 9. ● University of Colorado Boulder. Faculty= 8,200 3,800 are tenured, and 4,400 are non-tenured Academic Staff= 1,075 Student Population= 29,894 Undergrad= 24,757 and Postgrad= 5,127 In-State Tuition (12 Credit Hours) = 7,067 Out-of-State (12 Credit Hours) = 16,731