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Asset Allocation (FY17)

Where funds in the Long-Term Investment Pool were invested as of June 30, 2017

Asset Allocation Detail (FY17)

Where funds in the Long-Term Investment Pool were invested as of June 30, 2017

Depreciation & Interest Trend

Distributions (FY17)

Annual distributions from the Long-Term Investment Pool are based on 4.5 percent of a 7-year average market value per share

Expenses (FY17)

The consolidated university, which includes the Wexner Medical Center, had $6.1 billion in expenses in fiscal 2017.
Patient care expenses include salaries and benefits related to patient care. The figures listed for those areas are for the academic enterprise.
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Funding for Instruction (FY17)

Tuition and the State Share of Instruction are the primary revenue sources that support instruction. In fiscal 2017, these totaled $1.3 billion for all campuses of The Ohio State University.

In-State Tuition

In-state tuition and fees have been frozen for continuing students since fiscal 2013 (2012-13). The university has provided predictability for incoming in-state students through the Ohio State Tuition Guarantee, which freezes tuition, fees, housing and dining for four years.

In-State Tuition & Fees (new first-year students)

Incoming first-year students in fiscal 2019 are the second cohort of the Ohio State Tuition Guarantee, which freezes rates for Ohio residents for four years.
The Ohio State Tuition Guarantee applies to in-state tuition, fees, room and board.
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LTIP Market Value

Market value at fiscal year end (June 30) for the university's Long-Term Investment Pool

Net Investment Income Trend

Investment income is affected by market factors in any given year. The university uses a 7-year rolling average for distributions to provide stability.
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Out-of-State Tuition

U.S. students from states other than Ohio pay a non-resident surcharge, as is required by state law, as well as base tuition and fees. The surcharge reflects the fact that Ohio families support public education through their state taxes.

Out-of-State Tuition & Fees (new first year students)

U.S. students from states other than Ohio pay a non-resident surcharge, as is required by state law, as well as base tuition and fees. The surcharge reflects the fact that Ohio families support public education through their state taxes.

Q1FY18 LTIP Asset Allocation

Q1FY18 LTIP Asset Allocation Detail

Revenues (FY17)

The consolidated university, which includes the Wexner Medical Center, had $6.8 billion in revenues in fiscal 2017.

Revenues (FY18)

The consolidated university, which includes the Wexner Medical Center, had $7.2 billion in revenues in fiscal 2018.

Sales & Services Revenue Trend

State Capital Funding Trend

State Share of Instruction Trend

State support (FY17)

The State of Ohio provided 7.8 percent of the university's revenues in fiscal 2017. Other university sources include tuition, patient care, grants and contracts, sales and services, gifts, and investment income.

Student Aid Trend

Expenses also reflect fee authorizations for graduate students who teach or conduct research

Tuition & Fees Revenue Trend