Revenue by Source, 2000-01 to 2008-09
The University's operating revenue, estimated at about $20 billion in 2008-09, funds the University's core mission activities-teaching, research and public service-as well as a wide range of other activities that extend from its hospitals to its continuing education programs, housing and dining services for students and research funded by contracts and grants.
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Source: UCOP Budget and Capital Resources. Additional information can be found at: http://budget.ucop.edu/pubs.html.
Figures are in billions of inflation-adjusted 2008-09 dollars; Department of Energy laboratories, including the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, are excluded.
Because of accounting changes, systemwide data going back before 2000-01 are not available; campus-level data are not readily available in this format before 2003-04.
Figures in billions of inflation-adjusted 2008-09 dollars; Department of Energy laboratories, including the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, are excluded. The Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco campuses operate medical schools and teaching hospitals. In addition to the funds associated with medical school and teaching hospital operations, these programs help campuses attract additional contract and grant revenue.
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