Higher Education Appropriations »

Funding for Higher Education

General Revenue and ARRA Funds

Senate Bill 1 Appropriations for 2010-11

Compared to 2008-09 Expended/Budgeted Level

2008-09 2010-11 Difference % Change
General Academics Institutions $4,378,122,040 $4,630,115,469 $  251,993,429 11.7 %
System Offices 48,295,571 75,278,575 26,983,004 55.9%
Health Related Institutions 2,288,232,712 2,612,479,315 324,246,603 14.2%
Two Year Institutions 1,895,949,346 2,047,856,724 151,907,378 8.0%
A&M System Agencies 310,662,034 332,885,399 22,263,365 7.2%
Coordinating Board 1,036,780,015 1,421,648,717 384,868,702 37.1%
Higher Ed Group Insurance 951,150,250 1,123,066,327 171,916,077 18.1%
Higher Education Fund 525,000,000 525,000,000   0.0%
Grand Total Higher Education         : 11,447,234,584 12,768,330,526 1,321,095,942 11.7%

Notes: Does not include higher education portion of retirement or social security benefits which are included in the statewide functional table at the beginning of the appropriations section of this report. Includes appropriations made in Art. III, Art. IX, and Art. XII of Senate Bill 1. Amounts for Texas Transportation Institute include both base funding State Highway Fund 6 and special item funding from General Revenue. Amounts for the 2008-09 expended/budgeted funding level are reduced above by the $13.1 million of one-time reimbursements related to wildfire response made in 2008-09.