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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2011 - News. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 16, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/24628/show/24419.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2011 - News. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/24628/show/24419

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Transcript fy2009 HEAF $33.9m Endowments/Gifts $37.7M Auxiliaries $128.1M Tuition & Fees $384.8M State Appropriatii $277.3M Contracts & Grants $165.4M "We are already facing fiscal issues due to the current state of the economy and it is not acceptable for the state to reduce our source of funding," Wilson said in a letter to the UH student body dated Feb. 16. "Our tuition will rise dramatically, important courses will be eliminated, student services will be reduced and many more significant factors of our education will be either completely removed or will face a reduction." The administration hopes to ease some of this budget strain by generating revenue from other sources. "One the things that public universities are looking at now are their program mix," Antel said. "It turns out because of the demographics and the age characteristics of the population, that we actually think we can generate some more revenue with getting more involved in what's called continuing professional education, and the classic and most important example of something we already do at Bauer very well is the MBA." Another solution the administration is looking to is congestion pricing and discounts. Offering discounts to students for signing up for Friday or evening classes would help the University better utilize the facilities, Antel said. "One of the priorities in the context of the cuts is to protect our educational mission. The students are why we are here," he said. "We have to protect that." The only area that might not be affected if this occurs is the Athletics department. Bonnin said this is because the department is not directly funded by the state. For fiscal year 2011, according to financial information provided by Cassie Arner, associate athletics director of communications, the athletics department's revenue has grown more than $5 million in the last three years. "We've gone from $9.7 million in 2009 to $15.7 million in 2011," Arner said. "When we can increase the amount of revenue we bring in, we can reduce what we're dependent on the University for." According to the University's FY 2011 Plan and Budget, UH receives $15.3 million in student fees. From those student fees, the University provides the athletics department with $4.4 million. Contributing writers: Darlene Campos, Louis Casiano, Lance Jaramillo, Gilbert Requena, Naheeda Sayeeduddin. FY2010 HEAF $28.6M Endowments/Gifts $29.5M Auxiliaries $127.2M Tuition & Fees $414.0M State Appropriations $296.9M Contracts & Grants $198.9M FY2011 HEAF $25.8M Endowments/Gifts $25.9M Auxiliaries $153.OM Contracts & Grants $237.7M State Appropriations $294.3M News [39]