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330

Tuition Waivers

$279,346.64

169

Private Scholarships

$282,424.47

32

Tuition Grants to Children of Certain Veterans

$109,420.00

15

SC Vocational Rehabilitation

$11,599.10

5

DL Scurry Loans and Grants

$1,056.27

350

Foundation Scholarships

$352,518.73

17

Employment & Training Services

$79,677.56

8

SC Academic Endowment

$2,611.00

6

Veterans Administration

$17,453.01

177

Post 911 GI Bill

$443,164.58

23

GoArmyed

$47,442.00

18

TEACH Early Childhood Development

$10,449.90

1

Air National Guard Cap

$4,500.00

30

National Guard Cap

$58,641.00

1

Upward Bound

$446.25

3482

PELL

$11,167,469.00

1284

Life

$5,720,374.00

2621

Lottery

$3,425,673.00

509

SCNBG

$743,068.00

153

SEOG

$128,888.00

95

CWS

$126,278.00

Students Receive $23 Million in Financial Aid

9,326

Total Amount of Aid

$23,012,500.51

Note: Some students received more than one form of financial aid and are counted each time. Source: Business Offic , July 2013

Students

Amount

2012-2013

Program

Disbursed

Figures,Charts & Graphs

Tri-County Technical College 2012-2013 Budget

    • 2.5

      %

    • 5.5

      %

    • 5.8

      %

    • 12.1

      %

13.3%

9.2%

15.4%

56.1%

48.0%

9.8%

7.2%

15.1%

Credit Tuition and Fees

56.1%

County Appropriations

7.2%

State Appropriations

15.4%

Auxiliary Enterprises

13.3%

Corporate and Community Education Division

5.5%

Miscellaneous

2.5%

Instruction

48.0%

Academic and Student Support

15.1%

Operations and Maintenance of Plant

9.8%

Administrative and General

9.2%

Auxiliary Enterprises

12.1%

Corporate and Community Education Division

5.8%

Operations Revenue by Source

Operations Expenditure Budget by Function

Operations Budget $41,230,000

In June 2007, South Carolina enacted legislation (the Energy Independence and Sustainable Construction Act of 2007) that requires State agencies and public school districts to develop energy conservation plans with an ultimate goal of reducing energy use by 20% by the year 2020.

Restricted $32,483,000 (Federal/State/Other)

Total Budget

$73,713,000

The College reached its energy efficiency goal and has been commended for this energy reduction milestone achievement by the SC Budget and Control Board (SC Energy Office). The College’s energy efficiency improvements since 2000 have created a $192,721 annual savings over the 2000 baseline performance indicators.

Source: Business Offic , July 2013

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