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Funding

Cal Poly Pomona prides itself on providing a quality education that is distinguished by its learn-by-doing approach. However, excellence comes at a price. The university relies on outside support to ensure it can deliver on its academic mission for generations to come.

The charts on these pages outline where Cal Poly Pomona received its funding and how that money was applied.


Infographic showing sources of funding

Bar graph showing funding trends



DISTRIBUTION OF VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS

This breakdown includes cash and non-cash donations but does not include pledges, bequest intentions and certain gifts. The following information, based on the university’s Voluntary Support of Education report, shows how these gifts were put to use.



GIFTS BY PURPOSE

Capital & Endowment Purposes

$ 12,027,376

Academic Support

$ 1,781,175

Student Financial Aid

$ 1,117,930

Operation and Maintenance

$ 396,135

Other*

$ 4,140,079

TOTAL

$ 19,462,695

*Other is the combination of less common areas, such as unrestricted funds, athletics, etc.



UNIVERSITY BUDGET FOR 2014-15

State General Fund

$ 121,537,342

Student Tuition and Fees

$ 146,482,500

Investment Income (State)

$ 2,419,334

Lottery

$ 1,720,000

Research Contracts and Grants

$ 16,010,850

Auxiliary Support

$ 7,138,741

Investment and Endowment Income

($1,479,839 loss)

TOTAL

$ 293,828,928




GIFTS BY COLLEGE/AREA

 

Academic Affairs

$ 6,150

Agriculture

$ 1,201,627

Alumni Affairs

$ 11,189

Athletics

$ 271,972

Business

$ 2,278,660

Education & Integrative Studies

$ 248,342

Collins

$ 1,636,594

Engineering

$ 2,216,727

Environmental Design

$ 841,465

Extended University $ 1,418
General Development $ 8,854,012
Instructional Technology $ 1,200
Letters, Arts & Social Sciences $ 242,886
Library $ 44,590
President's Office $ 431,354
Science $ 822,473

Student Affairs

$ 309,667

No College Designated

$ 42,371

TOTAL

$ 19,462,695