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CSU Funding

The CSU’s operating budget has two main funding sources: the state general fund and student tuition fees. State funding now covers slightly more than half of the CSU’s operating costs, with tuition fees making up for the remainder. Auxiliaries and philanthropic support generates additional revenue needed for essential services that supplement state-supported activities.

​CSU 2018-19 STATE SUPPORT ​​​​
General Fund Appropriations
$3,627,143,000
Gross Tuition Fees and Other Fee Revenue
3,118,104,000
Total General Fund and Student Fees 6,745,247,000
Enrollment Growth1
120,000,000
Deferred Maintenance1
35,000,000
Shark Lab at CSULB1
3,750,000
Student Hunger and Basic Needs1
1,500,000
Mervyn Dymally Institute1
1,000,000
​Science and Technology Policy Fellows Program1
​350,000

1 Fiscal Year 2018/19 One-Time Budget Allocations appropriated by the 2018 Budget Act (Senate Bill 840, Chapter 29).



​​CAMP​​US BUDGETS 2018​​-19 (GENERAL FUND AND NET TUITION FEE & OTHER FEE REVENUE)
Bakersfield137,143,000
Channel Islands
122,471,000
Chico
237,615,000
Dominguez Hills
180,835,000
East Bay
207,872,000
Fresno
308,320,000
Fullerton
450,879,000
Humboldt
142,969,000
Long Beach
463,969,000
Los Angeles
321,062,000
Maritime Academy
45,571,000
Monterey Bay121,205,000
Northridge
447,844,000
Pomona
311,946,000
Sacramento
355,381,000
San Bernardino
247,364,000
San Diego
485,055,000
San Francisco
389,101,000
San José
403,778,000
San Luis Obispo
352,784,000
San Marcos
177,500,000
Sonoma
128,899,000
Stanislaus
130,563,000
Campus Total 6,170,126,000
Chancellor’S Office And Systemwide Programs
155,851,000
Systemwide Provisions2
419,270,000
Grand Total
$6,745,247,000


2​ This includes General Obligation and Lease Revenue Bonds, and Maintenance and Infrastructure annual debt service costs.

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