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Government Resources: University
The University Libraries are part of the nationwide Federal Depository Library Program system. The collection also includes Ohio government documents.
The University operating budget encompasses all current funds. Current funds are identified as either unrestricted or restricted. The unrestricted funds are further delineated between education and general funds, and auxiliary enterprises. The budget shows the source and amount of funds the University expects to receive through normal operations and how those funds will be expended.
The Higher Education Information (HEI) system is a comprehensive relational database that includes student enrollment, course, financial aid, personnel, facilities, and finance data submitted by Ohio's colleges and universities. These data are used for a variety of purposes that include reporting on higher education outcomes, funding formula and financial aid program support, policy analysis, and strategic planning.
Senate Bill 6 of the 122nd General Assembly was enacted into law in 1997. It is designed to increase financial accountability of state colleges and universities by using a standard set of measures with which to monitor the fiscal health of campuses. Using the year-end audited financial statements submitted by each public institution, the Ohio Department of Higher Education annually applies these standards to monitor individual campus finances. In addition, Senate Bill 6 requires state colleges and universities to submit quarterly financial reports to the Ohio Department of Higher Education within 30 days after the end of each fiscal quarter.
Funding for higher education is appropriated in each fiscal year by the Ohio General Assembly. Department of Higher Education staff work closely with the Office of Budget and Management, the Ohio General Assembly and Ohio’s institutions of higher education to develop, refine and implement the biennial budget for higher education.
These reports provide statistical data related to the enrollments, student preparation and academic progress, degrees awarded, post-graduation employment outcomes, tuition, financial aid, and costs and expenditures per student at Ohio's higher education institutions.