UTEP Financial Audit

MinerInWisconsin

MI Miner Maniac
Nov 28, 2001
5,071
2,581
113
So this is actually covering the 2020 fb season and 2020-21 school year. Not surprising numbers considering.
 

NoNCAAWinsSince1992

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Nov 12, 2019
6,696
5,618
113
So -3.6M for Football
-600k for MBBALL
-1.3M for WBBALL
-4.6M for the other sports

-$10.1M deficit to run UTEP athletics in 2020-21. Comes out ahead $3M thanks to $9.5M in student fees. And still, some of you want to raise student fees and have them pay more for a program that loses money and doesn’t even have good results while doing so.
 
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MinerInWisconsin

MI Miner Maniac
Nov 28, 2001
5,071
2,581
113
So -3.6M for Football
-600k for MBBALL
-1.3M for WBBALL
-4.6M for the other sports

-$10.1M deficit to run UTEP athletics in 2020-21. Comes out ahead $3M thanks to $9.5M in student fees. And still, some of you want to raise student fees and have them pay more for a program that loses money and doesn’t even have good results while doing so.
They lost money in large part because they really coudn't sell tickets for 2020 football.
 
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MinerInWisconsin

MI Miner Maniac
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That’s part of it, sure. Still, the students shouldn’t be the main source of income.
Not this way but students are a main source of income for any college. The college doesn't care if the tuition per student is paid out of the students pocket, from a grant or scholarship or whatever as long as the school is getting money for that student.
 
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MinerInWisconsin

MI Miner Maniac
Nov 28, 2001
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Does UTEP receive 9.5M every year from student fees? They can't have suddenly raised the activity fee during the pandemic when students couldn't attend activities. And what does that come to per student? $600 or so per school year?
 

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