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Board Report #02-4

2001-03 Biennial Budget Update

 

As of June 28, 2001 (when this document was finalized):
The Joint Committee on Finance and the Senate have completed their work on the budget. The Assembly is expected to complete its work within the next several days. Next the budget will pass to the Conference Committee to resolve the differences.

Attached are documents which outline the various budget proposals including the Governor's, Joint Finance Committee's and the Senate's versions. The Assembly's proposal has not been included since it has not been finalized to date. Two spreadsheets are also attached which show a side by side comparison of Program Funding that had been requested to what has been proposed. This chart does include some known proposals that have been made by the Assembly. A final version of what was approved by the Assembly will be provided on the 20th, if available.

 

GOVERNOR / JOINT FINANCE

Budget Summary
Joint Finance Change to:
2000-01 Base
Year Doubled
2001-03
Governor
2001-03
Jt. Finance
Governor Base
Fund Amount Percent Amount Percent
GPR
FED
PR
SEG
$127,716,800
$1,065,400
$2,361,600
$227,200
$127,875,400
$1,751,600
$2,541,700
$152,400
$128,425,600
$1,751,600
$2,541,700
$152,400
$550,200
$0
$0
$0
0.4%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
$708,800
$686,200
$180,100
-$74,800
0.6%
64.4%
7.6%
-32.9%
TOTAL $131,371,000 $132,321,100 $132,871,300 $550,200 0.4% $1,500,300 1.1%

FTE Position Summary
2000-01
Base
2001-03
Governor
2001-03
Jt. Finance
Joint Finance Change to:
Fund Governor 2000-01 Base
GPR
PR
SEG
12.36
0.00
0.64
12.36
1.00
0.64
12.36
1.00
0.64
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
0.00
TOTAL 13.00 14.00 14.00 0.00 1.00

Budget Change Items

  1. STANDARD BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS

    Governor/Joint Finance: Adjust the base budget by $16,800 GPR and -$39,500 SEG annually for: (a) full funding of salaries and fringe benefits ($9,400 GPR and -$39,800 SEG annually); (b) reclassification of positions ($5,600 GPR annually); and (c) full funding of lease costs and directed moves costs ($1,800 GPR and $300 SEG annually).
    GPR
    SEG
    $33,600
    -$79,000
    Total -$45,400

  2. BASE FUNDING REDUCTION [LFB Paper 245]

    Governor: Reduce the agency's GPR state operations appropriation by $39,200 in each year. The total reduction amount was derived by making a reduction of 5% to this appropriation.
    GPR   -$78,400

    Joint Finance: Modify the Governor's recommendation to provide that the agency may submit a request to the Joint Committee on Finance under s. 13.10 to reallocate any of the reductions to other sum certain GPR appropriations for state operations made to the agency.

  3. MARQUETTE DENTAL SCHOOL -- STUDENT TUITION ASSISTANCE

    Joint Finance: Provide $175,100 in 2001-02 and $350,100 in 2002-03 under the Higher Educational Aids Board to increase the maximum number of Wisconsin residents that qualify for tuition assistance at the Dental School from 100 to 160. The funding provided assumes an additional 15 Wisconsin residents would be enrolled each year for the next four years. An additional $175,100 in 2003-04 and $350,100 in 2004-05 over total 2002-03 funding would be needed to fully fund the provision in the 2003-05 biennium.
    GPR   $525,200

  4. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP FUNDING [LFB Paper 530]

    Governor/Joint Finance: Increase funding for the Academic Excellence Scholarship Program by $62,000 annually to reflect a reestimate of the amount required to fully fund the scholarships in the 2001-03 biennium. This program provides scholarships to 12th grade students who have the highest grade point average in public and private high schools in the state.
    GPR   $124,000

  5. RENAME THE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM [LFB Paper 530]

    Governor/Joint Finance: Change the name of the Academic Excellence Scholarship program to the "Governor Thompson Scholarship Program" and require HEAB, in any printed material or other information disseminated or otherwise distributed by the Board, to refer to the program as the "Governor Thompson Scholarship Program" and to refer to students who receive the award as "Governor Thompson Scholars."

  6. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL BACCA-LAUREATE SCHOLARS

    Joint Finance: Permit the local school board of a school district operating one or more high schools or the governing body of each private high school to offer one of their Academic Excellence Scholarships to the senior with the highest grade point average in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program.

  7. SASI INITIATIVE

    Governor/Joint Finance: Provide $39,700 GPR and $2,100 SEG annually for basic desktop information technology support as part of a Small Agency Support Infrastructure (SASI) Program. This support is currently provided to small agencies by DOA. The proposed funding would support user fee charges of $2,200 per year for each user account at the Board. The services supported include desktop applications and hardware; continuous help desk support; network infrastructure and security; centralized data storage, backup and disaster recovery; dialup service; and E-mail/messaging services.
    GPR
    SEG
    $79,400
     $4,200
    Total $83,600

  8. INCREASE FUNDING FOR TEACHER EDUCATION LOAN PROGRAM

    Joint Finance: Provide $25,000 in 2002-03 for the Teacher Education Loan Program. This program provides forgivable loans to persons enrolled in a teacher education program offered by the Milwaukee Teacher Education Center.
    GPR   $25,000

  9. REESTIMATE FEDERAL REVENUES

    Governor/Joint Finance: Reestimate federal revenues by $343,100 annually to reflect an anticipated increase in the amount of federal funding under the Leveraging Education Assistance Partnership (LEAP) Grant Program and the Special Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (SLEAP) Grant Program. In the 2001-03 biennium, the total amount received under the LEAP Program is estimated at $642,000 annually, and the amount received under the SLEAP Program is estimated at $233,800 annually. Federal monies from this program are combined with state funds under the Talent Incentive Program (TIP).
    FED   $686,200

  10. MAINFRAME UPGRADE PROJECT [LFB Paper 146]

    Governor/Joint Finance: Provide $88,300 and 1.0 position beginning in 2001-02 and $80,000 in 2002-03 to fund mainframe computer upgrades in a new appropriation created to receive monies transferred from other state agencies. Mainframe computer upgrades would enhance the current systemís performance, bring the system up-to-date with programming technology and make it easier to adapt to future computer programming changes. Funding would come from the dissolution of the Wisconsin Advanced Telecommunications Foundation's endowment fund.
    Funding Positions
    PR $168,300 1.00

  11. INDIAN STUDENT ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM FUNDING

    Governor/Joint Finance: Increase funding for the Indian Student Assistance Grant Program by $7,800 in 2002-03. This program provides grants based on financial need to resident undergraduate and graduate students who are at least 25% Native American and who are attending an institution of higher education in the state. Funding for this program comes from Indian Gaming Compact receipts.
    PR   $7,800

  12. WHEG PROGRAM FOR TRIBAL COLLEGE STUDENTS

    Governor/Joint Finance: Increase funding for Wisconsin Higher Education Grants for tribal college students by $4,000 in 2002-03. The program provides grants based on financial need to resident undergraduate students enrolled at least half-time attending a tribal college in this state. Funding for this program comes from Indian Gaming Compact receipts.
    PR   $4,000

  13. MINORITY UNDERGRADUATE RETENTION GRANT REPORT

    Governor/Joint Finance: Require HEAB to report by November 1, 2001, and annually thereafter to DOA on the effectiveness of the Minority Undergraduate Retention Grant Program. Under current law, awards under this program are made to resident minority undergraduates, excluding freshmen, enrolled at least half-time at Wisconsin Technical Colleges or private, nonprofit postsecondary institutions in the state.

  14. CLARIFY APPROPRIATION LANGUAGE

    Governor/Joint Finance: Clarify an erroneous reference in the introduction to the agency's appropriations to correctly refer to HEAB.

  15. WISCONSIN TUITION GRANT -- MAXIMUM AWARD

    Joint Finance: Authorize the Higher Educational Aids Board to establish the maximum grant award for the Tuition Grant Program. Permit the Board to increase the maximum grant award if the Board determines, to the best of its ability, that increasing the grant maximum would not decrease the total number of grant recipients receiving an award in the current year from the number who received an award in the previous academic year. Currently, the maximum tuition grant is statutorily set at $2,300 annually.

 

SENATE / ASSEMBLY
  1. WHEG PROGRAM FOR UW STUDENTS

    Senate: Provide $1,323,000 in 2001-02 and $2,738,600 in 2002-03 to increase funding for the WHEG program for UW students by 7% annually. Total funding would increase from $18,900,300 in 2000-01 to $20,223,300 in 2001-02 and $21,638,900 in 2002-03.
    Chg. to JFC
    GPR   $4,061,600

    Under current law, the Wisconsin Higher Education Grant (WHEG) program provides need-based grants to resident undergraduates enrolled at UW campuses, Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) institutions and tribal colleges. Funding for WHEG awards is provided in three separate appropriations within HEAB, one each for UW students, WTCS students and a PR appropriation for tribal college students.

    Assembly: Provide $378,000 in 2001-02 and $763,600 in 2002-03 to increase funding for the WHEG program for UW students by 2% annually. Total funding would increase from $18,900,300 in 2000-01 to $19,278,300 in 2001-02 and $19,663,300 in 2002-03.
    Chg. to JFC
    GPR   $1,141,600

  2. WHEG FUNDING FOR TECHNICAL COLLEGE STUDENTS

    Senate: Provide $594,100 in 2001-02 and $1,215,000 in 2002-03 to increase funding for the WHEG program for technical college students by 4.5% annually. Total funding would increase from $13,201,900 in 2000-01 to $13,796,000 in 2001-02 and $14,416,900 in 2002-03.
    Chg. to JFC
    GPR   $1,809,100

    Assembly: Provide $264,000 in 2001-02 and $533,300 in 2002-03 to increase funding for the WHEG program for technical college students by 2% annually. Total funding would increase from $13,201,900 in 2000-01 to $13,465,900 in 2001-02 and $13,735,200 in 2002-03.
    Chg. to JFC
    GPR   $797,300

  3. TUITION GRANT PROGRAM

    Senate: Provide $631,200 in 2001-02 and $1,281,300 in 2002-03 to increase funding for the TG program by 3.0% annually. Total funding would increase from $21,038,600 in 2000-01 to $21,669,800 in 2001-02 and $22,319,900 in 2002-03.
    Chg. to JFC
    GPR   $1,912,500

    The tuition grant program provides need-based grants to resident undergraduates who attend private, nonprofit postsecondary institutions in Wisconsin.

    Assembly: Provide $420,800 in 2001-02 and $850,000 in 2002-03 to increase funding for the TG program for private college students by 2% annually. Total funding would increase from $21,038,600 in 2000-01 to $21,459,400 in 2001-02 and $21,888,600 in 2002-03.
    Chg. to JFC
    GPR   $1,270,800

  4. NURSING STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM

    Senate: Provide $25,000 in 2002-03 for the Nursing Student Stipend Loan Program and reinstate the program by deleting the current law provision prohibiting any new students from participating in the program. This program would provide need-based, forgivable loans of up to $2,500 per year to upperclassmen resident undergraduate students who are enrolled full-time in an eligible Wisconsin institution's nursing program. The stipend loan would be forgiven at a rate of $1,000 for each year of employment as a registered nurse in a Wisconsin hospital, nursing home or public health agency.

    Require HEAB to establish a loan program to defray the cost of tuition, fees and expenses for persons enrolled in a program in the state that would lead to: (1) an associate's degree in nursing; (2) a bachelor's degree in nursing; (3) a second degree that would make the person eligible to take the nursing licensure examination; or (4) a diploma in nursing. A total of $450,000 GPR would be provided for the program in 2002-03. The maximum loan a person could receive for a fiscal year would be $3,000 and the maximum total amount of loans a person could receive would be $15,000. A recipient would not be required to repay a loan while enrolled in an eligible nursing program. After the recipient of a loan completed a nursing program, HEAB would be required to forgive 25% of the loanís principal and interest for the first fiscal year, 25% of the loanís principal and interest for the second fiscal year, and 50% of the loanís principal and interest for the third fiscal year that the recipient was licensed and employed full-time in the state as a nurse. In making loans, HEAB would be required to give priority to members of minority groups and persons who reside in urban areas with unemployment rates higher than the state average. To the extent possible, loans would have to be awarded to persons with a financial need and who were likely work in the state upon completion of a degree. HEAB would promulgate rules to administer the program.
    Chg. to JFC
    GPR   $475,000

    Assembly: Provide $450,000 in a new annual appropriation starting in 2002-03 for a nursing degree loan program. Require HEAB to establish a nursing student loan program, beginning in 2002-03, for students enrolled in programs in Wisconsin that confer an associate degree of nursing, a bachelor's degree in nursing, a second degree in nursing or diploma of nursing. Require the Board, to the extent possible, to make loans to persons who work in the nursing profession or who would be employed as nurses in Wisconsin upon completion of their program. Provide eligible students with a maximum loan of $3,000 per year, with a maximum loan total of $15,000 per recipient, with no repayments during their enrollment in a program. Require HEAB to forgive 25% of the loanís principal and interest after the first full year and 25% after the second full year that the recipient is licensed and employed in Wisconsin as a nurse. The Board could forgive loans on a prorated basis for persons who are employed less than full time.
    Chg. to JFC
    GPR   $450,000

  5. INCREASE FUNDING FOR MINORITY UNDERGRADUATE RETENTION GRANTS PROGRAM

    Senate: Provide $55,400 in 2001-02 and $115,300 in 2002-03 to increase funding for Minority Undergraduate Retention Grants by 8.0% annually. Total funding would increase from $693,100 in 2000-01 to $748,500 in 2001-02 and $808,400 in 2002-03.
    Chg. to JFC
    GPR   $170,700

    Awards under the program are made to resident minority undergraduates, excluding first-year students. The student must be enrolled at least half-time at an independent college or a WTCS institution. Awards are based on financial need.

    Assembly: No change to Joint Finance.

  6. MINORITY UNDERGRADUATE RETENTION GRANTS FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS

    Senate: Expand the eligibility requirement for the Minority Undergraduate Grant Program to include first-year students. Currently, students who are freshmen cannot participate in the program.

    Assembly: No change to Joint Finance.

  7. LINK FUNDING INCREASES TO TUITION INCREASE AT UW SYSTEM

    Senate: Link annual increases in the appropriations for the Wisconsin Higher Education Grant for WTCS students, UW System students and for Minority Undergraduate Retention Grants to the average prior year increase for resident undergraduate tuition at UW System comprehensive institutions starting in 2003-04. Effective July 1, 2003, modify these appropriations from biennial sum certain to be sum sufficient appropriations.

    Assembly: No change to Joint Finance.

  8. INCREASE FUNDING FOR TEACHER EDUCATION LOAN PROGRAM

    Senate: Provide an additional $225,000 in 2002-03 to increase funding for the Teacher Education Loan Program. SSA 1 to SB 55 would increase funding for the program by $25,000 in 2002-03, from base level funding of $250,000 in 2000-01.
    Chg. to JFC
    GPR   $225,000

    Assembly: No change to Joint Finance.

  9. INCREASE FUNDING FOR THE MINORITY TEACHER LOAN PROGRAM

    Senate: Provide $19,200 in 2001-02 and $39,900 in 2002-03 to increase funding for the Minority Teacher Loan Program by 8% annually. Total funding would increase from $240,000 in 2000-01 to $259,200 in 2001-02 and $279,900 in 2002-03.
    Chg. to JFC
    GPR   $59,100

    Under current law, the Minority Teacher Loan Program provides loans at five percent interest in amounts of up to $2,500 per year to Wisconsin resident, minority, undergraduate juniors or seniors. Recipients must be enrolled at least half-time in programs leading to teacher licensure at an independent or UW institution. A student who participates in this program must agree to teach in a Wisconsin school district in which minority students constitute at least twenty-nine percent of total enrollment or in a school district participating in the interdistrict pupil transfer program. For each year the student teaches in an eligible school district, 25% of the loan is forgiven. If the student does not teach in an eligible district, the loan must be repaid at an interest rate of 5%.

    Assembly: No change to Joint Finance.

  10. WATF FUNDED MAINFRAME UPGRADE PROJECT

    Senate: Delete $88,300 and 1.0 position in 2001-02 and $80,000 in 2002-03 to fund mainframe computer upgrades. Mainframe computer upgrades would enhance the current system's performance, bring the system up-to-date with programming technology and make it easier to adapt to future computer programming changes.
    Chg. to JFC
    Funding Positions
    GPR-Lapse
    PR
    $168,300
    -$168,300
     
    -1.00

    Under SSA 1 to SB 55, this project would have been funded from monies from the dissolution of the Wisconsin Advanced Telecommunications Foundation (WATF). SSA 1 to SB 55 provides that any WATF funding remaining unexpended would be used to fund TEACH Board technology block grants and would offset GPR expenditures for that purpose that otherwise would occur.

    Assembly: No change to Joint Finance.

  11. STUDY ON STATE PAYMENT OF TWO YEARS OF POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION

    Senate: Require the Department of Administration to undertake a study of the development and implementation of a tuition grant program that provides state payment of two years of postsecondary education. Require DOA to include representatives from the Higher Educational Aids Board, Department of Public Instruction, UW System, the Wisconsin Technical College System and the Department of Workforce Development as part of the study team. Require DOA to submit a report on the results of the study to the Governor and the Legislature by July 1, 2002.

    Assembly: No change to Joint Finance.

  12. REPORT ON FORGIVABLE LOAN PROGRAM FOR FARMERS

    Senate: Require HEAB to develop a plan for implementing a forgivable loan program for students who graduate from the UW System or from the Wisconsin Technical College System and farm for a period of five consecutive years. Require HEAB to submit the plan as a report to the Governor and the Legislature by March 1, 2002.

    Assembly: No change to Joint Finance.

  13. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM NAME

    Senate: Delete provisions in SSA 1 to SB 55 that would change the name of the Academic Excellence Scholarship Program to the "Governor Thompson Scholarship Program."

    Assembly: No change to Joint Finance.

  14. FAILURE TO REGISTER WITH THE SELECTIVE SERVICE

    Senate: No change to Joint Finance.

    Assembly: Prohibit an individual who has failed to register with the Selective Service System from access to certain state employment and state-supported student financial assistance. Under current federal law, virtually all male US citizens and male aliens living in the US who are ages 18 through 25 must register with the system. Prohibitions include the following:

    UW System. Restrict the Board from providing state-supported financial assistance to any person who has not registered, and is required to register, with the Selective Service System.

    Higher Educational Aids Board. Restrict HEAB from providing any state-supported financial assistance to any person who has not registered, and is required to register, with the Selective Service System.

ADDENDUM

Senate and Assembly: Require the Higher Educational Aids Board (HEAB), by January 1, 2002, to study and report on the cost, desirability, and effectiveness of creating a student loan forgiveness program to attract workers to the state.

 

STATE OF WISCONSIN
HIGHER EDUCATIONAL AIDS BOARD
2001-2003 BIENNIAL BUDGET

Per the "budget target policy" an increase of zero and one percent over FY01 GPR Program Funding was requested in Version A. However, if funds do become available financial assistance programs administered by the Higher Educational Aids Board (HEAB) for postsecondary education should become a priority as Version B Budget Request indicates.

PROGRAMS 2000-01
BUDGET
VERSION A
2001-02
BUDGET
% OF
INCREASE
FROM 00-01
VERSION A
2002-03
BUDGET
% OF
INCREASE
FROM 01-02
VERSION B
2001-02
BUDGET
% OF
INCREASE
FROM 00-01
VERSION B
2002-03
BUDGET
% OF
INCREASE
FROM 01-02
GOVERNOR'S
2001-02
BUDGET
% OF
INCREASE
FROM 00-01
GOVERNOR'S
2002-03
BUDGET
% OF
INCREASE
FROM 01-02
Tuition Grant (B)
Wisconsin Higher Education Grant-WTC (B)
Wisconsin Higher Education Grant-UW (B)
Talent Incentive Grant (B)
Wisconsin Higher Education Grant-Tribal (B)*
21,038,600
13,201,900
18,900,300
4,503,800
400,000
21,038,600
13,201,900
18,900,300
4,503,800
400,000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21,248,900
13,333,900
19,089,300
4,548,800
404,000
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
24,926,800
15,668,004
22,481,700
5,336,200
432,000
18.5
18.7
18.9
18.5
8.0
26,920,900
16,921,400
24,280,200
5,763,000
466,600
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
21,038,600
13,201,900
18,900,300
4,503,800
400,000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21,038,600
13,201,900
18,900,300
4,503,800
404,000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
Indian Student Assistance (B)*
Minority Undergraduate Grant (B)
Minority Teacher Loan (A)
Dental Education Contract (A)
Academic Excellence Scholarship (S)**
Handicapped Grant (B)
779,800
693,100
240,000
1,167,000
2,917,000
123,800
779,800
693,100
240,000
1,167,000
2,917,000
123,800
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
787,600
700,000
242,400
1,178,700
2,917,000
125,000
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1,559,600
2,231,100
861,000
1,725,000
9,543,500
133,700
100.0
221.9
258.8
47.8
299.2
8.0
1,684,400
2,409,600
929,800
1,950,000
9,543,500
144,400
8.0
8.0
8.0
13.0
0.0
8.0
779,800
693,100
240,000
1,167,000
2,979,000
123,800
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.0
0.0
787,600
693,100
240,000
1,167,000
3,041,000
123,800
1.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.0
0.0
Teacher Education Loan (A)***
Loan for Teachers of the Visually Impaired (B)****
MN-WI Reciprocity (S)
250,000
100,000
0.0
250,000
100,000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
252,500
101,000
0.0
1.0
1.0
0.0
250,000
100,000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
250,000
100,000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
250,000
100,000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
250,000
100,000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
TOTAL 64,315,300 64,315,300 0.0 64,929,100 1.0 85,248,604 32.5 91,363,800 7.2 64,377,300 0.0 64,451,100 0.0

THIS APPLIES TO VERSION A AND VERSION B REQUESTS

Note: In order to fund needy students to the statutory program maximum, the programs listed below would need to increase by the following amounts in each 2001-02 and 2002-03 fiscal years. This is in addition to the amounts indicated in Version B.
PROGRAM 2001-02 2002-03
Wisconsin Higher Education Grant-WTC 14,786,128 14,786,128
Wisconsin Higher Education Grant-UW 11,151,177 11,151,177
Talent Incentive Grant 2,657,242 2,657,242

* Funded through gaming funds rather than GPR.
** Also includes $62,000 each fiscal year due to statutory change ss 39.41 (dm) (em). (Governor's Version includes a fund increase to reflect a reestimate of the amount required to fully fund the program in the 2001-03 biennium.)
*** MTEC annual tuition has not increased over the three years this program has been in existence.
**** Program was recently established in 2000-01.

A = Annual appropriation
B = Biennial appropriation
S = Sum Sufficient appropriation

PROGRAMS 2000-01
BUDGET
JOINT FINANCE
COMMITTEE
2001-02
BUDGET
% OF
INCREASE
FROM 00-01
JOINT FINANCE
COMMITTEE
2002-03
BUDGET
% OF
INCREASE
FROM 01-02
SENATE
2001-02
BUDGET
% OF
INCREASE
FROM 00-01
SENATE
2002-03
BUDGET
% OF
INCREASE
FROM 01-02
ASSEMBLY*
2001-02
BUDGET
% OF
INCREASE
FROM 00-01
ASSEMBLY*
2002-03
BUDGET
% OF
INCREASE
FROM 01-02
Tuition Grant
Wisconsin Higher Education Grant-WTC
Wisconsin Higher Education Grant-UW
Talent Incentive Grant
Wisconsin Higher Education Grant-Tribal
21,038,600
13,201,900
18,900,300
4,503,800
400,000
21,038,600
13,201,900
18,900,300
4,503,800
400,000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21,038,600
13,201,900
18,900,300
4,503,800
404,000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
21,669,800
13,796,000
20,223,300
4,503,800
400,000
3.0
4.5
7.0
0.0
0.0
22,319,900
14,416,900
21,638,900
4,503,800
404,000
3.0
4.5
7.0
0.0
1.0
21,459,400
13,465,900
19,278,300
4,503,800
400,000
2.0
2.0
2.0
0.0
0.0
21,888,600
13,735,200
19,663,900
4,503,800
404,000
2.0
2.0
2.0
0.0
1.0
Indian Student Assistance
Minority Undergraduate Grant
Minority Teacher Loan
Dental Education Contract
Academic Excellence Scholarship**
Handicapped Grant
779,800
693,100
240,000
1,167,000
2,917,000
123,800
779,800
693,100
240,000
1,342,100
2,979,000
123,800
0.0
0.0
0.0
15.0
2.0
0.0
787,600
693,100
240,000
1,692,200
3,041,000
123,800
1.0
0.0
0.0
26.0
2.0
0.0
779,800 748,500 259,200 1,342,100 2,979,000 123,800 0.0
8.0
8.0
15.0
2.0
0.0
787,600
808,400
279,900
1,692,200
3,041,000
123,800
1.0
8.0
8.0
26.0
2.0
0.0
779,800
693,100
240,000
1,342,100
2,979,000
123,800
0.0
0.0
0.0
15.0
2.0
0.0
787,600
693,100
240,000
1,692,200
3,041,000
123,800
1.0
0.0
0.0
26.0
2.0
0.0
Teacher Education Loan
Loan for Teachers of the Visually Impaired
MN-WI Reciprocity
250,000
100,000
0.0
250,000
100,000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
275,000
100,000
0.0
10.0
0.0
0.0
250,000
100,000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
275,000
100,000
0.0
10.0
0.0
0.0
250,000
100,000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
275,000
100,000
0.0
10.0
0.0
0.0
Nursing Student Stipend Loan Program
New Nursing Student Loan Program
0.0
0.0
0
0
0.0
0.0
0
0
0.0
0.0
0
0
0.0
0.0
25,000
450,000
100.0
100.0
0
0
0.0
0.0
0
450,000
0.0
100.0
TOTAL 64,315,300 64,552,400   65,001,300   67,175,300   70,866,400   65,615,200   67,598,200  

* Assembly Version has not be finalized to date.
** Fund increased to reflect a reestimate of the amount required to fully fund the program in the 2001-03 biennium.

 

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