Revenues and Support: Family Vs. State                                      Share of Public Higher Education          80  ...
Public FTE Enrollment                                                                             (Thousands)             ...
Family Share of Higher Education Increased+21% from FY 2000 to        FY 2011
Virginia                 State Share of Public34%                 Higher Education                 Operating Revenues (%) ...
The Family Share for Funding Higher Education Has Grown; placing agreater burden on students and their families to finance...
This increased burden comes at a time when costs are increasing         across the board for students and their families  ...
Fees can be abused through                              silence or by institutional                              duplicity...
Beyond the present practice ofposting Tuition and Fees on a Collegewebsite, catalog, andbills/statements; the College will...
"We might hope to see the finances of theUnion as clear and intelligible as amerchants books, so that every member ofCongr...
 Find us on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.co  m/UvaWiseNoMoreHidd  enFees Type “UVA  Wise: No More Hidden  Fees” in th...
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  1. 1. Revenues and Support: Family Vs. State Share of Public Higher Education 80 2000-2011 Family Share of 70 Public Higher 60 Education Operating 50 Revenues (%)% Share 40 State Share of Public 30 Higher Education 20 Operating Revenues (%) 10 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  2. 2. Public FTE Enrollment (Thousands) 100 150 200 250 300 350 50 0 1986 $7,354 $3,060 1987 $8,225 $3,318 1988 $7,526 $3,206 1989 $7,717 $3,420 1990 $7,484 $3,294 1991 $6,916 $3,464 1992 $5,893 $3,780 1993 $5,697 $4,187 1994 $5,723 $4,496 1995 $5,849 $4,589 1996 $5,982 $4,757 1997 $6,395 $4,660 1998 $6,488 $4,498 1999 $6,826 $4,329Public FTE Enrollment 2000 $7,497 $3,834 2001 $7,892 $3,758 2002 $7,575 $3,649 Virginia -- Fiscal 1986-2011 2003 $6,002 $4,461 2004 $5,444 $4,713 2005 $5,730 $5,212Net Tuition Revenue per FTE (constant $) 2006 $5,875 $5,315 2007 $6,386 $5,328Educational Appropriations per FTE (constant $) 2008 $6,117 $5,557 2009 $5,873 $5,836 2010 $5,172 $5,973 2011 $5,225 $6,430 Public FTE Enrollment, Educational Appropriations and Total Educational Revenue per FTE, $0 $2,000 $4,000 $6,000 $8,000 $10,000 $12,000 $14,000 Dollars per FTE
  3. 3. Family Share of Higher Education Increased+21% from FY 2000 to FY 2011
  4. 4. Virginia State Share of Public34% Higher Education Operating Revenues (%) 66% FY 2000 Family Share of Public Higher Education Operating Revenues (%) FY 2000
  5. 5. The Family Share for Funding Higher Education Has Grown; placing agreater burden on students and their families to finance the dream ofa college education Virginia State Share of Public Higher Education 45% 55% Operating Revenues (%) FY 2011 Family Share of Public Higher Education Operating Revenues (%) FY 2011
  6. 6. This increased burden comes at a time when costs are increasing across the board for students and their families Cost of Attendance: Changes in Educational and non- educational charges$9,000$8,000 Athletic Fee$7,000$6,000 Fees (non-educational)$5,000$4,000 Tuition&Fees$3,000 (eductional)$2,000 Tuition and fees (in- district/in-state)$1,000 *Total tuition and fees = $0 educational and non-educational fees + Tuition
  7. 7. Fees can be abused through silence or by institutional duplicity that borders on mendacity. Even when the information is made available, its likely to be in places that most families wouldnt know to look. Secrecy invites and rewards mendacity. Follow the money, prosecutors say. Parents, students and taxpayers have a right to know how funds are allocated at public institutions. They, too, need to follow the money and thus help lead higher education along the path of honesty.Professor at William & MaryDr. Terry Meyers
  8. 8. Beyond the present practice ofposting Tuition and Fees on a Collegewebsite, catalog, andbills/statements; the College willitemize its fees in detail in theCatalog, on bills/statements, and thewebsite.It is recommended that totaltransparency in fees be Collegepolicy.Petition Here:http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/uvawise/_transparency
  9. 9. "We might hope to see the finances of theUnion as clear and intelligible as amerchants books, so that every member ofCongress and every man of any mind in theUnion should be able to comprehendthem, to investigate abuses, andconsequently to control them."--Thomas Jefferson
  10. 10.  Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.co m/UvaWiseNoMoreHidd enFees Type “UVA Wise: No More Hidden Fees” in the search bar
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