Table 7.9

Higher Education Expenditures – Capital Inclusive (In millions of dollars)


  Actual fiscal 2020 Estimated fiscal 2021
FIPS State or other
jurisdiction
General
Fund
Federal
Funds
Other
State
Funds
Bonds Total General
Fund
Federal
Funds
Other
State
Funds
Bonds Total
Total$83,087$26,950$101,907$6,197

$218,141

$86,353$30,310$102,690$5,959$225,312
01Alabama (a)1,7701,2863,2156

6,277

1,8241,1973,075216,117
02Alaska3141402960

750

2902393540883
04Arizona8491,0264,92483

6,882

7841,1254,658836,650
05Arkansas77673,0190

3,802

76073,02503,792
06California16,4315,81187501

22,830

17,3725,56618068523,803
08Colorado1,2094762,875686

5,246

613262,7456734,057
09Connecticut667252,655277

3,624

748552,573183,394
10Delaware2625011515

442

2617512423483
12Florida4,5941003,41029

8,133

4,5991183,53058,252
13Georgia2,5182275,778295

8,818

2,8371997,27235010,658
15Hawaii52110539138

1,208

52096611221,312
16Idaho43962970

742

434112220568
17Illinois1,9433461610

2,450

1,97335117102,495
18Indiana2,0671120

2,080

2,006131102,030
19Iowa8665065,1120

6,484

8584945,14806,500
20Kansas8434771,67480

3,074

8284901,778833,179
21Kentucky1,1396684,4400

6,247

1,1278704,70806,705
22Louisiana1,064491,80134

2,948

994741,8911353,094
23Maine324078

339

3259614354
24Maryland2,1061,0793,540326

7,051

2,1151,2703,7004017,486
25Massachusetts1,322717150

1,496

1,344771621,520
26Michigan1,374326564253

2,517

1,3681447971452,454
27Minnesota1,693448170

1,915

1,708650811,845
28Mississippi8182432,887145

4,093

8002353,121604,216
29Missouri807502173

1,077

82014628611,253
30Montana239114230

673

245114300686
31Nebraska6675721,6840

2,923

8035881,69603,087
32Nevada68533600

1,048

694337101,068
33New Hampshire1550012

167

146002148
34New Jersey2,395753,7190

6,189

2,7092623,68906,660
35New Mexico5503652,04750

3,012

8986141,503603,075
36New York2,3653557,226694

10,640

3,3174767,03754411,374
37North Carolina4,3062,8462,471375

9,998

4,3373,1592,75733710,590
38North Dakota3921087685

1,273

4172151,047811,760
39Ohio (b)2,6062023257

2,906

2,684326231973,230
40Oklahoma6619363,89711

5,505

6159443,9051235,587
41Oregon1,16842217181

1,608

989449771472,157
42Pennsylvania1,8003077163

2,070

1,8000351892,024
44Rhode Island2312495219

1,226

238361,003741,351
45South Carolina7671434,39694

5,400

7921764,155435,166
46South Dakota2718346124

839

3691094038889
47Tennessee2,268732,7750

5,116

2,1251092,589554,878
48Texas7,0985,3916,1550

18,644

7,5646,8576,280020,701
49Utah1,183101,0110

2,204

1,46181,01702,486
50Vermont932641

124

1224733175
51Virginia2,0809464,405801

8,232

2,2581,3094,0997338,399
53Washington1,73845,311248

7,301

1,865974,6792996,940
54West Virginia4722542,0182

2,746

4382431,72722,410
55Wisconsin1,7521,6923,6740

7,118

1,8391,8393,28206,960
56Wyoming3401950

436

3201900411
11Dist. of Columbia89204861

218

N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

Source:

National Association of State Budget Officers, 2021 State Expenditure Report.

Notes:

1. Small dollar amounts, when rounded, cause an aberration in the percentage increase. In these instances, the actual dollar amounts should be consulted to determine the exact percentage increase.

2. “State funds” refers to general funds plus other state fund spending. State spending from bonds is excluded.

3. “Total funds” refers to funding from all sources — general fund, federal funds, other state funds and bonds. For all states, Medicaid reflects provider taxes, fees, assessments, donations, and local funds in Other State Funds.

Key:

N/A — Not available.

Footnotes:

(a)

Capital expenditures are not captured/available at state budget level. Reported Bond Funds for Higher Ed represent bond proceeds paid directly to vendors by the State’s Debt Management division.

(b)

Employer contributions to current employees’ pensions and employer contributions to employee health benefits are not direct expenditures of the state; however, some of the unrestricted support provided to higher education institutions can be assumed to have been used to help cover these costs. The majority of career-technical education/vocational education is funded through appropriations made to the Ohio Department of Education for career-technical/vocational education for students starting as early as the 7th grade. Ohio provides assistance to private colleges and universities through financial aid to students with the greatest need through the Ohio College Opportunity Grant (OCOG).  Students attending private colleges and universities are eligible to receive OCOG.