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The University of Hawaii's (UH) three university and seven community college campuses are compared with benchmark and peer group institutions with regard to selected financial measures. The primary data sources for this report were the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Finance Survey, Fiscal Year 1994-95. Tables show data on enrollment, revenues, and expenditures. Highlights include: (1) UH had a full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollment in Fall 1994 of 35,751; (2) total revenues per FTE student for the UH system in fiscal year 1994-95 were $11,804, and expenditures were $15,680; (3) total revenues per FTE student exceeded the benchmark or peer group averages for UH Manoa and UH Hilo, and expenditures at UH Manoa and Hilo were also higher; and (4) revenues per FTE student from state appropriations were much higher for the UH campuses than for their peer and benchmark averages. It is anticipated that recent tuition increases for the UH system, as well as policy changes on the distribution and control of tuition and fees revenues, may align the UH figures more closely with those of its benchmark and peer group averages in the near future. Appendices include enrollment numbers in comparison to peer and benchmark groups as well as a list of terms and definitions. (JJL)

Descriptors: Benchmarking, Comparative Analysis, Costs, Educational Finance, Enrollment, Expenditure per Student, Expenditures, Higher Education, Income, Money Management, Operating Expenses, Peer Institutions, Tables (Data)

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Author: Hawaii Univ., Honolulu.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=11633&id=ED433072







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