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Student athletic fees
Very interesting to see where CAA schools are, where UNCW is, and where schools we would compere with in other conferences are.

From March of 2020.


The last figure is total revenues.

UNCW $750 fee, 10,692,000 year, 14,256 students paying 57% of 18,855,000 rev
Charlotte $824 fee, 21,677,000 year, 26,307 students paying 57% of 37,919,000
WCU - $756 fee, 6,467,000 year, 8,554 students paying 44% of 14,720,000
ASU $760 fee, 12,518,000 year, 16,471 students paying, 34% budget 37,000,000
JMU - $2,340 fee, 38,933,000 year, 16,638,000 students paying, 75% of 51,719,000
ODU - $1678 fee, 28,028,000 year, 10,089 students paying, 63% of 44,271,000
CofC - $1,278 fee, 12,894,000 year, 10,089 students paying, 62% of 20,906,000

Kind of amazing what App State has been able to do with student fees not much higher than UNCW and they have top notch football. That's an athletic program to emulate. Also, WCU has a budget that is $4 million less than UNCW and they are fielding FCS football. If they can do it, we can do it.
09-19-2021 07:33 PM
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