Fees and FundingUse the graphs below to look at how postsecondary education funding and fees have changed over time. The two comparisons to economic indicators look at the change in fees for three different timeframes compared to the Gross Domestic Product, Consumer Price Index, and other indicators. Any comments, questions, or suggestions are welcome; send to Research_Staff@cpec.ca.gov or fill out the Comments form.
- Resident Fees in Actual and Constant Dollars
- *** New *** Comparison of Changes in Resident Fees to Changes in Median Household Income
- *** New *** Comparison of Resident Fees at University of California to Similar Out-of-State Institutions
- *** New *** Comparison of Resident Fees at California State University to Similar Out-of-State Institutions
- Comparison of Changes in Fees at Public Universities to Changes in Economic Indicators
- Comparison of Changes in Fees at Community Colleges to Changes in Economic Indicators
- Higher Education Funding
- Resident Student Fee Revenues Share of Funding
- Comparison of the Higher Education Budget to the K-12 Education and Corrections Budgets - Dollar Amounts
- Comparison of the Higher Education Budget to the K-12 Education and Corrections Budgets - Percent of Total Budget
- 50-State Comparison of Annual Undergraduate Student Costs
- 50-State Comparison of Appropriations from Governments for Postsecondary Education
Commission PublicationsThe Commission has published a number of publications about Fees, Tuition, Costs and Financial Aid and Budgeting and Financing of Higher Education.
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