Financial Report FY13
Year Ended June 30, 2013
The University of New Hampshire is funded by a combination of public and private support. Its largest source of revenue is derived from tuition and fees. As the University looks ahead, maintaining affordability and access for all qualified students, attracting new revenues derived from sponsored grants and contracts, and creating a culture of philanthropy in order to build its endowment will be the dominant areas of focus that contribute to a sustainable, resourceful, and responsible University.
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I. FY13 Sources of Revenue $558.3 million
State support for the University in FY13 was 6.7% of total revenues, continuing to reflect a historic 47% cut in state appropriations to the University System of New Hampshire in 2011.
1. Tuition and Fees, net of Financial Aid
II. FY13 Expenditures $539.2 million
Personnel remains at just over 60% of expenses for UNH, down from nearly 62% in FY11. Fringe benefits continue to decline as a percentage of total expenses, from 17.1% in FY11 to 16.5% in FY12 and 15.6% in FY13.
III. Enrollment (UNH Durham and Manchester)
Undergraduate enrollments remained strong and grew in FY13 while graduate and continuing education enrollments declined slightly. Undergraduate enrollments are approaching full capacity. Overall enrollments are expected to remain level in FY14.
IV. Sponsored Projects Proposals and Awards
Grant proposal rose from $264 million in FY12 to $295 million in FY13. Awards dropped from $117 million $97 million, and expenditures dropped from $142 million to $129 million during the same period, primarily due to the expiration of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds.
V. Endowment Net Assets
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