University of Minnesota Institutional Support (Costs of Administration)
|Compensation and |
|$96.5 M||$118.3 M||$172.9 M|
|Supplies and |
|$12.4 M||$31.0 M||$61.4 M|
Source:see p. 26 and p. 61 of the 2005 annual financial statement at http://www.finsys.umn.edu/controller/um_annualrpt2005.pdf; see p. 19 and p. 62 of the 2007 annual financial statement at http://www.finsys.umn.edu/controller/um_annualrpt2007.pdf ; see p. 12 and p. 73 of the 2010 annual financial statement at http://www.finsys.umn.edu/controller/um_annualrpt2010.pdf.
Mr. Michael McNabb's series on the Corporate University has received wide attention within and without the University of Minnesota. Visitors from universities outside Minnesota - especially Penn State and even from overseas - have been frequent.
Some revisions of the series have occured over time, such as the table above. For links as well as other material these posts should be consulted.
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