RevenuesAs NAU’s revenues increase, the bottom graph shows the sources of those revenues. NAU forecasts that its revenue sources will remain largely consistent over time with only minor changes. By FY 2025, NAU projects the proportion of total revenues from tuition and state funds will increase. Totals shown here include gross tuition and fees.
Gross Tuition by Type of Student
Select as many or as few of the boxes below to see gross tuition by type of student.
NAU does anticipate minor changes in the source of tuition. By FY 2025, NAU forecasts 15 percent of gross tuition will come from online students compared to only 13 percent in FY 2017. Resident students remain the source of the majority of tuition with 58 percent coming from resident students in FY 2017 and 60 percent in FY 2025.
Auxiliary activities operate independent from the university operating budget and are often self-supporting. Transfers occur between the university operating budget and auxiliary budgets. Transfers to the university operating budget are generally for the plant fund for capital improvements.
Top Graph displays the net total transfers from the auxiliaries to the university operating budget by fiscal year.
Select a year to see a breakdown by auxiliary in the bottom graph.
Bottom Graph displays net transfers by auxiliary. Some auxiliaries operate at a loss and require transfers from the university operating budget (shown as negative amounts).
Select an auxiliary to see net transfers by year in the top graph. If no year is selected the amount represents the combined total for all years.
Foundation Net Assets
Source: NAU CAFR