The Illinois Public Agenda for College and Career Success - One Illinois

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Goal 2: Ensure College Affordability
State & Local Support per FTE

Performance Measures Public
Agenda Baseline
Year 2 2018
Year 10
Benchmarks

State & Local Support. State and local support per Full-Time Equivalency (FTE) student as a proportion of total revenues (total includes state and local appropriations plus tuition and fees).

70.4%

Mid, 3.9 %, Low, 14.1%

 

83.4%

  • Illinois trends;
  • Five best-performing U.S. states; and
  • Selected competitor/ neighboring U.S. states

 

Points of Interest

  • Illinois ranks better than the national average with 68.8 percent of revenue coming from state and local sources.

Figure 2.3. Net cost for first-time full-time undergraduates as a percent of low-quintile median income and median income, five best performing states, four high population states, five surrounding states, Illinois, and U.S. Lowest percentage is best.

Figure 2.6. Educational revenues for public higher education, five best performing states, four high population states, five surrounding states, Illinois, and U.S. Shadows represent baseline data.