The Annual 2012

School of Visual Arts

Tuition Breakdown

The College derives the majority of its revenue from tuition and departmental fees. Tuition dollars are spent on running the institution as a whole and on those operating expenses that pertain to all students. Each fee dollar generated by an academic/studio department is earmarked and spent by that same department for its own specific program needs. This past year, just over half of each fee dollar was spent on program-specific technology, and the remainder was spent on program-related instructional expenses.

Instruction Salaries and Benefits:  30¢
Real Estate, Buildings and Grounds:  19¢
Administrative Support Services:  13¢
Student Support Services:  
Institutional Aid:  10¢
Instructional Expenses (not covered by departmental fees):  11¢
Printing, Catalogues, Community Service and Advertising:  
Technology Support Services:  4¢
Legal, Audit and Other Professional Expenses:  
Museum, Galleries, Exhibitions and Shows (institutional):  
Property and Liability Insurance:  

*Approximately 3 cents of every tuition dollar goes to surplus. The surplus is required by the U.S. Department of Education to satisfy certain financial responsibilities and conditions in order to continue participation in Title IV funding.

Source: Office of Finance