Compiled by Micah Leinbach & Maya McOmie
“Follow the Money,” the addage goes, and here we are! This is a sample of information that is publically available, and provides a good background on the budget information of both the the College of Arts and Sciences specifically and whole institution of Lewis & Clark. For your benefit, we draw out some of the major information and interesting points, but we encourage you to dig in further!
Total revenues: $ 68,931,769
Students pay for 84% of the school’s revenue through tuition, fees, residence halls and food service.
Detailed information can be found at The Office of Business and Finance website.
Total expenses: $ 56,654,302
Information taken from the revised data for the 2010-2011 Academic Year.
Total revenues: $ 141,005,138
Institutional refers to all of Lewis & Clark as an institution: this includes not only the College of Arts and Sciences but the Law School, the Graduate School of Education & Counseling, and any resources in common to the three schools (also called auxiliaries).
Sources: Audited Financial Statement for 2010-11 (found on Office of Business and Finance website).