- Associated Press - Monday, December 8, 2014

A look at the total athletic budget, per-credit student athletic fee; fee revenue, and its percentage of each school’s total athletic revenue that was collected during the fiscal year that ended in 2013 for each of Florida’s 10 public universities that compete in NCAA-sanctioned sports:

School: Total Athletic Budget; Per-credit Student Athletic Fee; Fee Revenue; percentage of total athletic revenue

University of Florida: $110,299,969; $1.90; $2,473,374; 2.2%

Florida State: $54,055,655; $7.90; $7,859,734; 14.5%

University of South Florida: $45,066,258; $14.46; $16,248,285; 36.1%

Florida A&M;: $12,509,716; $13.97; $4,918,746; 39.3%

Florida Gulf Coast: $12,118,558; $17.54; $5,471,290; 45.1%

Florida Atlantic: $24,538,411; $17.27; $11,282,039; 45.9%

University of Central Florida: $41,222,301; $14.32; $20,127,941; 48.8%

Florida International: $28,332,261; $16.10; $19,519,332; 68.8%

North Florida: $9,541,774; $18.83; $6,630,978; 69.4%

University of West Florida: $7,057,940; $20.93; $5,356,974; 75.9%

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Sources: NCAA revenues and expenses reports; public records requests.


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