Here is how much Lansing gave each university

August 26, 2011
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Public funding for the state’s universities in the 2012 fiscal year will total $1.2 billion. Nearly $83 million is being offered in tuition-incentive grants that will go to universities that held tuition increases for the school year to less than 7 percent.

Here is the funding for operations and for tuition grants for each of the state’s 15 public universities, as approved by the state Legislature and Gov. Rick Snyder.

Public Universities

Funding for Operations

Tuition Incentive Grants

University of Michigan — Ann Arbor

$254,931.8

$13,871.5

Michigan State University

$222,796.2

$18,324.6

Wayne State University

$169,209.4

$12,827.5

Western Michigan University

$86,866.7

$6,301.6

Central Michigan University

$61,431.1

$6,677.8

Eastern Michigan University

$61,319.9

$3,299.2

Grand Valley State University

$48,431.5

$4,245.9

Oakland University

$39,313.5

$3,831.5

Ferris State University

$37,971.6

$3,352.7

Michigan Technological University

$37,409.7

$3,323.9

Northern Michigan University

$36,225.2

$2,142.2

Saginaw State University

$21,969.3

$1,592.2

University of Michigan — Dearborn

$19,627.4

$1,388.9

University of Michigan — Flint

$16,679.4

$1,083.0

Lake Superior University

$10,055.1

$734.4

Total

$1,124,237.8

$82,996.9

Note: Dollar amounts are in thousands.
Source: Governor’s Office, Executive Budget, 2012-2013

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