$172+ Million for Students & Higher Ed Institutions in WNY

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NUEagle
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$172+ Million for Students & Higher Ed Institutions in WNY

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https://www.wnypapers.com/news/article/ ... ons-in-wny

Article includes breakdown by institution.
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Re: $172+ Million for Students & Higher Ed Institutions in WNY

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Below is a breakdown of estimates for Western New York Colleges:
Canisius College, $6,108,000 total allocation, 2,156 fulltime students, $2,487 per student
Buffalo State: $30,077,000, 8,043 fulltime students, $3,739 per student
Daemen College, $5,221,000 total allocation, 1,480 fulltime students, $3,527 per student
D’Youville College, $5,240,000 total allocation, 3,045 fulltime students, $1,720 per student
Erie County Community College, $25,390 total allocation, 8.403 fulltime students, $3,021 per student
Hilbert College: $2,331,000 total allocation, 717 fulltime students, $3,251 per student
Medaille College: $6,510,000 total allocation, 2,030 fulltime students, $3,207 per student

Niagara University: $7,103,000 total allocation, 3,180 fulltime students, $2,233 per student

Niagara County Community College: $12,359,000, 5,893 fulltime students, $2,097 per student
St. Bonaventure University, $4,316,000, 1,772 fulltime students, $1,748 per student
U Buffalo: $63,486,000, 25,713 fulltime students, $2,469 per student
Siena College: $6,853,000, 3,090 fulltime students, $2,217

Why did Buff St., Daemen, Hilbert and Medalle get so much more per student?

https://www.acenet.edu/Documents/ARP-HE ... utions.pdf
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Where's NU?
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If the stats for various colleges are correct, some numbers do not make sense. Especially confusing is the monies per full time student. There must be host of criteria. They would be interesting . Medaille appears to have hit the lottery with their monies per student.
Another revelation is the full time enrollment number at Canisius. Can that that number be correct? Could they have 1000 less students than Niagara?
Probably a lot of detail is missing is that synopsis.
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Re: $172+ Million for Students & Higher Ed Institutions in WNY

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Here are some numbers:

https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/ca ... llege-2681

https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/ni ... rsity-2788

At one time Canisius enrollment was signicantly higher than Niagara’s but it’s enrollment has fallen dramatically over the past decade. Both schools and St Bonaventure as well, have seen a bounce in enrollment the last year or so.

https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/st ... rsity-2817
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