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State Higher Education Budget Bill for Fiscal Year 2015

Governor Rick Snyder presented the FY 2015 Executive Budget to the Legislature on February 5, 2014. The proposal calls for a 6.1 percent increase in higher education funding, with increases to individual universities ranging from 4.0 percent to 9.5 percent. The 6.1 percent is distributed based on modified performance metrics first adopted in FY 2014 and calls for universities to keep tuition and fee increases to 3.2 percent or less. Using these metrics, the Governor’s proposal calculates a 5.9 percent increase for UM-Ann Arbor, a 7.2 percent increase for UM-Flint, and a 5.4 percent increase for UM-Dearborn.

To review the specifics, you may reference the following documents.

In the coming months, the Higher Education Appropriations Subcommittees in both the Senate and House will conduct a series of hearings on higher education appropriations and put forth their proposals. These will be posted here as they become available.

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