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How expected settlement money would be divided for colleges, universities

Tuesday, February 7, 2012 | 8:25 p.m. CST; updated 8:47 p.m. CST, Tuesday, February 7, 2012

JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Jay Nixon on Tuesday proposed using $40 million from a possible settlement with mortgage lenders to boost funding for the state's colleges and universities. This is the budget recommendation for each school based upon figures from Nixon's budget office.

School

Governor's Original Proposal

Additional Money

Governor's New Recommendation

Crowder College $3,806,046 $205,261 $4,011,307
East Central College $4,417,791 $238,253 $4,656,044
Jefferson College $6,482,087 $349,581 $6,831,668
Metropolitan Community College $26,929,752 $1,452,328 $28,382,080
Mineral Area College $4,246,939 $229,038 $4,475,977
Moberly Area Community College $4,259,563 $229,719 $4,489,282
North Central Community College $2,096,499 $113,065 $2,209,564
Ozarks Technical Community College $8,686,108 $468,444 $9,154,552
St. Charles Community College $6,579,860 $354,853 $6,934,713
St. Louis Community College $38,722,613 $2,088,320 $40,810,933
State Fair Community College $4,502,914 $242,843 $4,745,757
Linn State Technical College $4,039,706 $217,862 $4,257,568
University of Central Missouri $46,034,654 $2,482,660 $48,517,314
Southeast Missouri State University $37,525,333 $2,023,750 $39,549,083
Missouri State University $69,425,030 $3,744,109 $73,169,139
Lincoln University $15,258,838 $822,913 $16,081,751
Truman State University $34,837,403 $1,878,790 $36,716,193
Northwest Missouri State University $25,532,375 $1,376,967 $26,909,342
Missouri Southern State University $19,745,543 $1,064,882 $20,810,425
Missouri Western State University $18,195,956 $981,312 $19,177,268
Harris-Stowe State University $8,390,113 $452,481 $8,842,594
University of Missouri $348,250,548 $18,781,236 $367,031,784

 


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