The Council summarizes the fiscal resources of Kentucky’s postsecondary institutions including revenue, expenditure, and tuition information.
This page is updated annually in the Spring.
||Tables & Reports
Revenue and Expenditures
Tuition and Fees
Institutional Financial Reports
- College Affordability in Kentucky (720K PDF)
An in-depth look at college affordability in Kentucky, including its impact on access, persistence, and graduation, with policy recommendations.
The costs incurred for goods and services used in the conduct of the institution's operations.
- Full-Time Equivalency (FTE)
The full-time equivalent (FTE) of students is a single value providing a meaningful combination of full time and part time students.
- Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)
IPEDS consists of institution-level data that can be used to describe trends in postsecondary education at the institution, state and/or national levels. It is a single, comprehensive system that encompasses all identified institutions whose primary purpose is to provide postsecondary education.
State tuition reciprocity agreements are arrangements between two or more states where the citizens of a defined region in one state can enroll at identified institutions or selected programs in another state and vice versa for a reduced tuition charge and also may receive special treatment for admission purposes.
Revenue includes (1) all unrestricted gifts, grants, and other resources earned during the reporting period and (2) restricted resources to the extent that such funds were expended.