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  • MIAA Funding Numbers

    Total Football Revenues/Expenses (Lindenwood Excluded)

    1. $2,468,889 - Northwest Missouri
    2. $2, 217,675 - Pittsburg State
    3. $2,007,064 - Central Missouri
    4. $1,907,018 - Fort Hays
    5. $1,709,769 - Washburn

    Football Operating Expenses

    1. $719,076 - Fort Hays
    2. $417,972 - Pittsburg State
    3. $369,670 - Northeastern State
    4. $359,647 - Central Missouri
    5. $270,998 - Emporia State

    # Participants

    1. 145 - Missouri Southern
    2. 139 - Washburn
    3. 136 - Pittsburg State
    4. 131 - Central Missouri
    5. 126 - Northwest Missouri

    # Undergraduates

    1. 10,374 - Central Oklahoma
    2. 7,622 - Central Missouri
    3. 5,774 - Fort Hays
    4. 5,035 - Pittsburg State
    5. 4,768 - Northwest Missouri

    Total Athletic Budget

    1. $18,891,966 - Central Oklahoma
    2. $12,143,054 - Central Missouri
    3. $10,233,095 - Fort Hays
    4. $9,362,017 - Northwest Missouri
    5. 8,372,549 - Nebraska-Kearney

  • #2
    I had no idea the number of undergrads at NW was that low

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    • #3
      Everyone always thinks their enrollment numbers are larger than they actually are. Schools always quote total enrollment.

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      • #4
        what is central ok spending their $ on and how is it possible for them and cm to have the same overall budget to the $?
        Go Bearcats!
        M-I-Z-Z-O-U!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by northwest missouri state View Post
          what is central ok spending their $ on and how is it possible for them and cm to have the same overall budget to the $?
          That's a good question. What is total scholarship funding. All sports coaches salaries, how many sports offered. Venues ie home field payments and upkeep. Support staffing wages. I suppose benefits such as insurance cost are also included. It would be interesting to see an actual budget.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by catbacker07 View Post
            I had no idea the number of undergrads at NW was that low
            Hays is the shocker. Their total enrollment is way higher.

            I think distance/online degrees increase their numbers a lot. Then again, tuition is tuition, so it's all money in pocket and impacts the bottom line. Total enrollment should be counted.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Predatory Primates View Post

              Hays is the shocker. Their total enrollment is way higher.

              I think distance/online degrees increase their numbers a lot. Then again, tuition is tuition, so it's all money in pocket and impacts the bottom line. Total enrollment should be counted.
              For sure. I was just shocked because I didn’t realize there were that many grad students at NW. Of the 7k+ students, I thought there were only about 1500 grads.

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              • #8
                Does NW have online degree programs?

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                • #9
                  https://www.niche.com/graduate-schoo...te-university/

                  NW has 864 grad students, 58% of those are part time. some are online.

                  I wonder if schools count sponsored continuing ed students, (ie the teacher workshps where if you pay extra, you get cont ed credits) people taking one class, etc. in enrollment?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by northwest missouri state View Post
                    what is central ok spending their $ on and how is it possible for them and cm to have the same overall budget to the $?
                    Copy/Paste error now fixed.

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                    • #11
                      Is that revenue after expenses?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Brandon View Post
                        Total Football Revenues/Expenses (Lindenwood Excluded)

                        1. $2,468,889 - Northwest Missouri
                        2. $2, 217,675 - Pittsburg State
                        3. $2,007,064 - Central Missouri
                        4. $1,907,018 - Fort Hays
                        5. $1,709,769 - Washburn

                        Football Operating Expenses

                        1. $719,076 - Fort Hays
                        2. $417,972 - Pittsburg State
                        3. $369,670 - Northeastern State
                        4. $359,647 - Central Missouri
                        5. $270,998 - Emporia State
                        So NW spends less than $270,000 on football? Not buying those numbers.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by PSR View Post

                          So NW spends less than $270,000 on football? Not buying those numbers.
                          That's the operating budget.

                          Does not include coaches' salaries, scholarships, etc.

                          I think Northwest was next on the list after Emporia.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Brandon View Post

                            That's the operating budget.

                            Does not include coaches' salaries, scholarships, etc.

                            I think Northwest was next on the list after Emporia.
                            Doesn't include those things at NW, or at all listed?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Predatory Primates View Post

                              Doesn't include those things at NW, or at all listed?
                              For all...exactly the same depending on how they reported money.

                              The revenues/expenses list is the number that includes everything.

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