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Fitchburg State University

7110-0100

funding levels adjusted for inflation (CPI)

  • Funding History
  • Proposals
Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY20 GAA $31,357,985 $31,357,985
FY19 $30,357,145 $29,655,343
FY18 $30,052,000 $28,687,443
FY17 $30,349,639 $28,334,519
FY16 $28,920,241 $26,508,240
FY15 $28,636,411 $26,072,946
FY14 $29,181,028 $26,379,789
FY13 $24,792,545 $22,070,264
FY12 $25,355,619 $22,197,394
FY11 $27,552,991 $23,432,884
FY10 $30,489,684 $25,426,052
FY09 $25,973,403 $21,448,710
FY08 $29,410,594 $23,951,686
FY07 $29,109,067 $22,858,150
FY06 $28,127,599 $21,527,954
FY05 $26,711,877 $19,700,206
FY04 $27,220,475 $19,489,724
FY03 $33,280,181 $23,314,177
FY02 $32,527,603 $22,295,790
FY01 $33,702,093 $22,698,893
  • See Changes in Funding
Between and
Funding for Fitchburg State University
3.2%

comparisons adjusted for inflation (CPI)

Notes

  • In FY20, the budget uses $2.9 million that in the past would have been available for State University Incentive Grants (7066-1400) and shifts it to the individual state universites. The budget also take funding that in the past supported centralized funding for community colleges (7100-4000) and distributes it to the individual campuses.
  • In order to make the most accurate year-to-year comparisons, consider both campus appropriations and funding for the campuses included in collective bargaining reserves.
  • From FY01-FY11, with only a few exceptions, higher education campuses did not retain tuition collected from any of their students; instead, these funds were remitted back to the state treasury. Starting in FY12, all public higher education campuses were allowed to retain out-of-state tuition payments, remitting only in-state tuition. In order to allow for more accurate comparisons of net state appropriations across years, MassBudget deducts the amount of tuition remitted back to the state for each campus for each year.
Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY20 GAA $31,357,985 $31,357,985
FY20 Leg $31,051,812 $31,051,812
FY20 Sen $31,051,812 $31,051,812
FY20 SWM $30,951,812 $30,951,812
FY20 Hou $30,951,812 $30,951,812
FY20 HWM $30,951,812 $30,951,812
FY20 Gov $30,951,812 $30,951,812
FY19 $30,357,145 $29,655,343

Notes

  • In FY20, the budget uses $2.9 million that in the past would have been available for State University Incentive Grants (7066-1400) and shifts it to the individual state universites. The budget also take funding that in the past supported centralized funding for community colleges (7100-4000) and distributes it to the individual campuses.
  • In order to make the most accurate year-to-year comparisons, consider both campus appropriations and funding for the campuses included in collective bargaining reserves.
  • From FY01-FY11, with only a few exceptions, higher education campuses did not retain tuition collected from any of their students; instead, these funds were remitted back to the state treasury. Starting in FY12, all public higher education campuses were allowed to retain out-of-state tuition payments, remitting only in-state tuition. In order to allow for more accurate comparisons of net state appropriations across years, MassBudget deducts the amount of tuition remitted back to the state for each campus for each year.