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Barbara Berreski, JD, MS

Chief Executive Officer

Director, Government & Legal Affairs

bberreski@njascu.org


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Patricia S. Berry

Chief Operating Officer

pastearman@njascu.org


Pamela J. Hersh

Communications & Public Affairs

pjhersh@njascu.org 


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Charlene R. Pipher

Executive Assistant/Web Design

crpipher@njascu.org


Terry Toth

Part-Time Secretarial Assistant

tmtoth@njascu.org 



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State Funding

The New Jersey Senior Public Colleges and Universities - w/o Rutgers and NJIT 

DECREASE in appropriations$75.195 million (28.8 percent) over 12-year period

 

State Operating Appropriations to NJ State Colleges and Universities*
FY2006-FY2018

(actual dollars, no adjustment for inflation)

 

Institution

FY2006*

FY2019*

$ Cut

% Cut

The College of New Jersey

$37,977,000

$27,177,000

$10,800,000

28.4%

Kean University

$43,180,000

$30,469,000

$12,711,000

29.4%

Montclair State University

$50,355,000

$35,859,000

$14,496,000

28.8%

New Jersey City University

$33,517,000

$24,154,000

$9,363,000

27.9%

Ramapo College

$21,417,000

$14,953,000

$6,464,000

30.2%

Rowan University

$39,505,000

$85,383,000

N/A

N/A

Stockton University

$25,665,000

$18,391,000

$7,274,000

28.3%

Thomas Edison State Univ.

$6,651,000

$4,292,000

$2,359,000

35.4%

William Paterson Univ.

$42,086,000

$30,357,000

$11,728,000

27.9%

TOTAL

$260,848,000*

$185,652,000*

$75,195,000

28.8%

  • FY 2019: *Rowan’s increase in funding reflects the fact that Rowan University founded Cooper Medical School of Rowan University which welcomed its first class in the summer of 2012 and graduated its charter class in May 2016.  Rowan, therefore, is not included in these totals. 
  • FY 2020: *Rowan IS NOT included in these totals for the proposed budget; the governor is proposing a new Outcomes-Based Funding Formula that includes the “redistribution” of $15 million in current operating aid and an additional $20 million in new funding.  Without Rowan, the total appropriation is $199,552,000 – still below the FY 2006 total without Rowan: $260,848,000

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State Operating Appropriations to NJ State Colleges and Universities*

FY1991-FY2019

(actual dollars, no adjustment for inflation)

 

DECREASE in appropriations$8.414 million (4.35 percent) over 28-year period.

 

 

  • FY1991:  $193.066 million
  • FY2019: $185.652 million (without Rowan University)

 


State Appropriations to NJ Public Colleges and Universities**

Per Full-Time Equivalent Student

FY1991-FY2016

 

DECREASE in appropriations per full-time equivalent student by $4,681 (40.1 percent), while enrollment INCREASED by 103,930 students (63.2 percent)

 

  • Over 25 years (FY1991- FY2016), appropriations per FTE decreased from $11,663 to $6,982 at New Jersey’s public colleges and universities.
  •  Over 25 years (FY 1991-FY 2016), public FTE enrollment at New Jersey’s public colleges and universities increased from 164,366 to 268,296 students.

 

*      State college and university refers to those four-year institutions designated as “state” higher education institutions by NJ State Statute (The College of New Jersey, Kean University, New Jersey City University, Ramapo College of New Jersey, Stockton University, Thomas Edison State University, and William Paterson University).

**    Public college and university refers to the state colleges and universities, the public research universities (Rutgers University, Rowan University, Montclair State University, and New Jersey Institute of Technology), and the 19 community colleges. Note: Montclair was designated a research institution on July 21, 2017, but the FY ’18 budget appropriations were finalized when Montclair was still designated as a state institution.

 

January 9, 2019




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