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Resident Student Fee Revenues Share of Funding

The resulting charts show the relative contribution of the resident students attending colleges and universities in California as compared to monies from the State General Fund and local property taxes over time. There are two different comparisons avaiable - fee revenue compared to general purpose funds revenue and fee revenue compared to the sum of general purpose funds and fee revenue.


Resident Student Fee Revenues
As a Percent Of General Purpose Funds and General Purpose Funds and Resident Student Fee Revenues Combined for:

    All Public Higher Education Systems Combined
    University of California
    California State University
    California Community Colleges

For all Public Higher Education Systems, Resident Student Fee Revenues as a Percent Of:

 General Purpose Funds
 General Purpose Funds and Resident Student Fee Revenues Combined

General Purpose Funds State General Funds and Local Property Tax revenues used for ongoing operations.
Resident Student Fee Revenues Mandatory systemwide and campus-based fees paid by California resident students.

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