The University of Virginia depends on diverse sources of funding, including patient revenues, tuition and fees, research grants, philanthropy, sales and services, and state appropriations. This website provides concise explanations of the University's budget and its sources of revenue.
- What is the size of the University's budget?
- What are the University's main sources of income?
- What are the University's main expenses?
- What level of support do state taxpayers provide the University of Virginia?
- What are the trends of state support for the University?
- How does U.Va. compare with its public peers in state funding per student?
- What is the endowment? How is spending of the endowment determined?
- What is the difference between restricted/unrestricted funding provided by the endowment? How much of the endowment income is available to spend in a given year?
- Why can't the endowment be spent to address salaries for faculty and staff, including our lowest-paid workers or to address other pressing needs?
- How does the University balance its budget?
- What role does philanthropy play in the finances of U.Va.?