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Influences with Public Programs

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Founded in 1861, the University of Washington is one of the eldest public colleges on the West Coast. The students there learn to become respectful and very educated. The level of budget cuts planned a better education in Washington are higher than those being considered by any other state in the country. Once the fourteenth percent tuition increased, the University of Washington remains the most affordable institute among the Global Challenge State peers. Although the state funds include a small percentage of the University of Washington’s multi-billion dollar annual budget, together with tuition revenue, state funds are a crucial support for the University of Washington’s main instructional duty while being leveraged to secure outside research, medical and charitable funding that creates discovery, jobs and total financial impact for the state. The state demanded a 2.4-percent budget cut in 1995. It was projected removing several whole departments, including communications, Slavic languages, mathematics, and environmental studies. As a more flexible part of the budget than corrections or K-12 schools, higher education could see an uneven share of future cuts. The University of Washington remains richly gifted by federal grants and contracts. At the University of Washington, state funds, tuition revenue, and designated operating funds are used to fund central university operations. In the fiscal year of 2007-2009 the University of Washington requested 5,000,000 to complete their design for a Molecular Engineering Building. Since Fiscal Year 2009, state funding for the university has been cut in half. Last year alone, state funding declined over 30% with tuition revenue growing to fill the state funding shortfall. While state funding has declined quickly, it is still a critical element part of the main education budget. The Legislature approved a 14% tuition increases in both 2009-10 and 2010-11 (Seidelmann,...