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Budgeted State Appropriations and Income Fund History
Fiscal Years 2008-2017

Fiscal Year
Budgetary Unit
Total Approp. and Income Fund
General Revenue
% of Unit Total*
Educational Assistance
% of Unit Total*
Income Fund
% of Unit Total*
2008 Carbondale
$212,435,100
$116,883,500
55.0%
$0
0.0%
$95,551,600
45.0%
School of Medicine
$47,320,200
$40,415,600
85.4%
$0
0.0%
$6,904,600
14.6%
University-wide Services
$2,559,000
$2,559,000
100.0%
$0
0.0%
$0
0.0%
Total
$262,314,300
$159,858,100
60.9%
$0
0.0%
$102,456,200
39.1%
2009 Carbondale
$224,951,100
$119,990,000
53.3%
$0
0.0%
$104,961,100
46.7%
School of Medicine
$48,858,600
$41,513,600
85.0%
$0
0.0%
$7,345,000
15.0%
University-wide Services
$2,588,400
$2,588,400
100.0%
$0
0.0%
$0
0.0%
Total
$276,398,100
$164,092,000
59.4%
$0
0.0%
$112,306,100
40.6%
2010 Carbondale
$232,202,500
$120,825,200
52.0%
$0
0.0%
$111,377,300
48.0%
School of Medicine
$49,719,000
$41,776,500
84.0%
$0
0.0%
$7,942,500
16.0%
University-wide Services
$1,414,800
$1,414,800
100.0%
$0
0.0%
$0
0.0%
Total
$283,336,300
$164,016,500
57.9%
$0
0.0%
$119,319,800
42.1%
2011 Carbondale
$224,378,400
$113,580,600
50.6%
$0
0.0%
$110,797,800
49.4%
School of Medicine
$47,876,700
$39,271,600
82.0%
$0
0.0%
$8,605,100
18.0%
University-wide Services
$1,311,900
$1,311,900
100.0%
$0
0.0%
$0
0.0%
Total
$273,567,000
$154,164,100
56.4%
$0
0.0%
$119,402,900
43.6%
2012 Carbondale
$229,414,100
$0
0.0%
$112,288,800
48.9%
$117,125,300
51.1%
School of Medicine
$48,945,200
$0
0.0%
$40,018,700
81.8%
$8,926,500
18.2%
University-wide Services
$1,316,800
$0
0.0%
$1,316,800
100.0%
$0
0.0%
Total
$279,676,100
$0
0.0%
$153,624,300
54.9%
$126,051,800
45.1%
2013 Carbondale
$217,878,900
$0
0.0%
$104,541,000
48.0%
$113,337,900
52.0%
School of Medicine
$48,633,200
$0
0.0%
$38,254,100
78.7%
$10,379,100
21.3%
University-wide Services
$1,238,500
$0
0.0%
$1,238,500
100.0%
$0
0.0%
Total
$267,750,600
$0
0.0%
$144,033,600
53.8%
$123,717,000
46.2%
2014 Carbondale
$218,781,400
$0
0.0%
$104,231,300
47.6%
$114,550,100
52.4%
School of Medicine
$50,073,400
$0
0.0%
$38,347,500
76.6%
$11,725,900
23.4%
University-wide Services
$1,238,500
$0
0.0%
$1,238,500
100.0%
$0
0.0%
Total
$270,093,300
$0
0.0%
$143,817,300
53.2%
$126,276,000
46.8%
2015 Carbondale
$208,175,900
$0
0.0%
$103,948,900
49.9%
$104,227,000
50.1%
School of Medicine
$49,958,600
$0
0.0%
$38,248,100
76.6%
$11,710,500
23.4%
University-wide Services
$1,320,700
$0
0.0%
$1,320,700
100.0%
$0
0.0%
Total
$259,455,200
$0
0.0%
$143,517,700
55.3%
$115,937,500
44.7%
2016 Carbondale
$186,764,730
$0
0.0%
$83,300,230
44.6%
$103,464,500
55.4%
School of Medicine
$42,185,580
$0
0.0%
$30,657,880
72.7%
$11,527,700
27.3%
University-wide Services
$1,330,860
$0
0.0%
$1,330,860
100.0%
$0
0.0%
Total
$230,281,170
$0
0.0%
$115,288,970
50.1%
$114,992,200
49.9%
2017 Carbondale
$101,086,000
$0
0.0%
$0
0.0%
$101,086,000
100.0%
School of Medicine
$12,653,000
$0
0.0%
$0
0.0%
$12,653,000
100.0%
University-wide Services
$0
$0
0.0%
$0
0.0%
$0
0.0%
Total
$113,739,000
$0
0.0%
$0
0.0%
$113,739,000
100.0%

*Percent of Total Appropriations and Income Fund for each budgetary unit for the fiscal year.

NOTES:  
Stop gap SB2047 was used in FY16 and therefore is reflected in the 2016 figures.  As of 4/19/2017, the General Assembly has not enacted any additional appropriations for FY17.  

During FY16, the General Assembly enacted two stop gap appropriations (SB2059 and SB2047).  The first provided about 31% of the prior year's appropriation.  The second bill, passed on June 30, 2016, provided funding totaling almost $75 million that may be used in either FY16 or FY17.  SIU is using the second stop gap appropriation to fund FY16 expenses.  

General Revenue Funds (GR) are those funds established to receive the major portion of tax revenues and to pay the regular operating and administrative expenses of State agencies.

Educational Assistance Fund (EAF) is a "Special State Fund" established July 1, 1989 by the Illinois Income Tax Act. This act establishes that a portion of the state income tax be provided as financial assistance to Elementary, Secondary, and Higher Education in the State of Illinois.

University Income Funds (IF) are those funds which receive revenues such as course-specific fees and tuition at State-supported institutions of higher education. These funds are appropriated for the support, operation and improvement of State-supported colleges and universities.

University-Wide Services are those operations provided centrally that function for the entire University system as opposed to one specific unit.

Fund source definitions are from Comptroller's Uniform Statewide Accounting System (Procedure 09.10.20).
SOURCE: Budget Office. 

Composition of State Appropriations - Carbondale Campus *  

Carbondale Campus Composition of State Appropriations
* Excluding University-wide Services.

Composition of State Appropriations - School of Medicine * 

School of Medicine Composition of State Appropriations
* Excluding University-wide Services.