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1946-47 - $119,767

1950-51 - $240,600

1952-53 - At this point, the institution was operated by New York State, as the NYS Institute of Applied Arts & Sciences at Utica. The fiscal year ran from April 1-March 31. The 1952-53 budget was $391,778.

1953-54 – $392,393 – first year as Mohawk Valley Technical Institute, under County sponsorship.

1959-60 - $773,587

1961-1962

The College’s budget totaled $1,055.253. The State of New York and students each contributed $351,751. (Tuition was $300/year.) The County of Oneida paid about $140,700. Other counties sending students to the College paid approximately $211,050. -

1963-64 – approximately $1,400,000

1964-65 - $1,549,422

1965-66 - $1,556,708 This year the College, by State law, went on a Sept 1-Aug 31 fiscal year, the same as that followed by SUNY. Previously, the College has a Jan 1-Dec 31 fiscal year.

1966-67 - $2,221,771

1967-68 $3,011,206 (Oneida County contribution = 22%)

1969-70 $3,485.105 (proposed)

1970-71 - $4,304,727

1971-72 – $4,766, 242 (Oneida County contribution = 19.8%)

1972-73 - $5,296,092 (Oneida County contribution: $1,010,203)
(County Executive William Bryant called for a cut in the budget and threatened to veto the budget if the cut was not made. The legislators overrode his veto)

1973-74 - $6,201,956 (Oneida County contribution: $1,262,102)
(original budget approved by County was $5,988,080)

1974-75 - $7,151,677 (Oneida County contribution: $1,330,738)

1975-1976 - $8,992,277 (Oneida County contribution: $1,330,738)
(original requested amount was $8,354,588) (County Executive William Bryant recommended $8,349,153 to Legislators) (was later increased due to an increase in enrollment of 600 students

1976-1977 - $10,016,597 (Oneida County contribution: $1,330,738)
The initial budget request of $10,120,975 was vetoed by County Executive William Bryant because he disapproved of raises for administrative personnel ranging from $200 to $1,500, and because of the inclusion of $20,000 for arbitration and negotiation expenses. He felt that the 46 administrators should be given $550 raises equal to those awarded to the county administrative and management personnel.

1977-78 - $10,120,975 (Oneida County contribution: $1,330,738)
(Vetoed by County Executive William Bryant)

1978-79 - $10,382,636 (Oneida County contribution: $1,330,738)

1979-1980 – (original request: $11,057.507) $10,844,251 (Oneida County contribution: $1,330,738)

1980-1981 - $11,711,136 (Oneida County contribution: $1,330,738

1981-1982 - $13,457,747 (Oneida County contribution: $1,631,995

1982-1983 - $15,180,535 (Oneida County contribution: $1,731,995)

1983-1984 – $16,572,238 (Oneida County contribution: $2,031,995)

1984-1985 - $17,529,767 (Oneida County contribution: $2,281,995)

1985-1986 - $18,267,835 (Oneida County contribution: $2,388,542)

1986-1987 - $19,201,240 (Oneida County contribution: $2,738,542)

1987-1988 - $20,068,624 (Oneida County contribution: $2,883,656)
(Amount originally approved was $19,201,240)
1988-1989 - $21,043,948 (Oneida County contribution: $3,172,918)

1989-1990 - $22,329,517 (Oneida County contribution: $3,282,215)

1990-1991 - $24,323,098 (Oneida County contribution: $3,282,215)

1991-1992 - $25,812,865 (Oneida County contribution: $3,382,215)

1992-1993 - $26,843,858 (Oneida County contribution: $3,664,590)

1993-1994 - $27,621,710 (Oneida County contribution: $3,845,470)

1994-1995 - $28,966,887 (Oneida County contribution: $3,991,062*)
(After this year, the budget book shows “local appropriations” – including chargebacks, rather than sponsor appropriation)

1995-1996 - $28,406,804 (Sponsor contribution: $4,146,985)
(Amended to $27,775,333, further adjusted to $27,054.531)

1996-1997- $26,612,523 (Sponsor contribution: $4,351,930)
(Original request was $26,869,799_

1997-1998 - $27,004,458 (Sponsor contribution: $4,417,535)

1998-1999 - $27,563,668 (Sponsor contribution: $4,676,791)

1999-2000 – $28,443,761 (sponsor contribution $4,580,061 – taking $1,059,474 from fund balance)

2000-2001- $30,096,694

2001-2002 - $31,105,667 (State Aid Base Rate $2,250)

2002-2003 - $32,640,102 (State Aid Base Rate $2,300)

2003-2004 – $35,123,246 (State Aid Base Rate $2,185) (Sponsor direct contribution 18.3%, $5,862,059)

2004-2005 - $36,842,896 (State Aid Base Rate $2,300) (Sponsor direct contribution 19.7%, $6,519,059))

2005-2006 - $37.9 million