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July 2019

Universities

Hastings College of the Law Budget

2019-20 (Dollars In Millions)

  2017-18
Actual
2018-19
Revised
2019-20
Enacted
Change From 2018-19
Amount Percent
Start-of-Year Reserve $21.3 $17.3 $11.0 -$6.4 -36.7%
Funding          
General Fund          
Ongoing $12.7 $13.8 $15.2 $1.4 10.3%
One time 2.0 1.1 -0.9 -44.1
Subtotal ($12.7) ($15.8) ($16.3) ($0.6) (3.5%)
Tuition and fee revenue $41.9 $43.0 $42.9 a a
Otherb 4.0 1.7 1.7 a -0.1
Totals $58.6 $60.4 $60.9 $0.5 0.8%
           
Spending          
Operations $44.9 $48.3 $49.7 $1.4 3.0%
Financial aid 17.7 18.5 16.5 -2.1 -11.2
Totals $62.6 $66.8 $66.2 -$0.6 -1.0%
           
Annual Deficit -$3.9 -$6.4 -$5.2 $1.1 -17.8%
           
Year-End Reserve $17.3 $11.0 $5.7 -$5.2 -47.8%
Notes:
Table excludes funding/spending on the Diversity Pipeline Initiative. In 2018-19, Hastings received $4.5 million one-time General Fund for this initiative. In 2019-20, Hastings is spending $750,000 of this funding for the first year of the initiative. It will spend the remaining $3.8 million from 2020-21 through 2024-25. The initiative covers tuition and a portion of living costs for two, three-year student cohorts from historically black colleges and universities and the American University of Armenia.
Ongoing General Fund increase is unrestricted. One-time General Fund increase consists of $594,000 for UCPath implementation and $500,000 for deferred maintenance. Operational spending increase supports (1) a 3 percent increases in faculty and staff salaries ($696,000); (2) a 1.5 percent increase in operating expenses and equipment ($174,000), and (3) employee benefit cost increases ($43,000). The remaining spending increase reflects a net year-over-year change in spending on deferred maintenance and UCPath implementation.
a Less than $500,000 or 0.05 percent.
b Includes investment income, administrative overhead from auxiliary programs, and state lottery funds.