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Campus Financial Resources


Overview


SUNY Plattsburgh engages in several revenue generating activities. Revenues from tuition are the college’s primary form of financial support, but many other revenue streams play an important role in enabling Plattsburgh to fulfill its mission in a more meaningful way. The source of the revenue determines where the revenue is required to be deposited and managed.

New York State (NYS) funds The State University of New York (SUNY). Each SUNY Campus is funded by the following funding sources: State Fund, General Income Fund Reimbursable (IFR) Fund, Dormitory Income fund Reimbursable Fund (DIFR), State University Tuition Reimbursable Account (SUTRA), and the Construction Fund. The State Fund is supported by tuition, state support, the college fee, and interest. The General IFR fund is supported by revenue generated from campus programs such as the: athletic fee, technology fee, health center fee, parking fee, add/drop fee, nurse testing fee, design lab, applied music fee, and teacher certification fee. The DIFR fund is supported by the room rental fee and DASNY bonds. The SUTRA fund is supported by summer session tuition and overseas academic program tuition.

College Operating Revenue Sources


Each funding source has its own set of accounting and fiscal controls. Following is a brief description of the primary aspects of each funding source. The fiscal year for each funding source is the same, July 1 through June 30.

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  • State Fund

    Fund into which tuition, state support, interest, and the college fee are deposited for spending as part of Financial Plan submitted to SUNY. Considered the College’s core operating budget. The State Legislature through the State budgetary process appropriates state tax support funds annually. All activity is monitored by the State Comptroller’s Office.

Third-Party Funding Sources

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