- Associated Press - Tuesday, May 26, 2015

A House-Senate conference committee on Tuesday approved a $1.5 billion higher education spending plan for the 2015-16 state budget that starts in October. The overall funding increase for university operations is 1.5 percent but varies by school:

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Central Michigan: $80,904,400, an increase of $1,789,400 or 2.3%

Eastern Michigan: $72,835,300, an increase of $1,064,200 or 1.5%

Ferris State: $50,227,800, an increase of $1,140,800 or 2.3%

Grand Valley State: $65,035,200, an increase of $1,899,200 or 3%

Lake Superior State: $13,183,600, an increase of $401,100 or 3.1%

Michigan State: $268,278,900, an increase of $3,849,800 or 1.5%

Michigan Tech: $46,662,000, an increase of $738,900 or 1.6%

Northern Michigan: $45,020,400, an increase of $743,200 or 1.7%

Oakland: $49,600,300, an increase of $1,236,200 or 2.6%

Saginaw Valley: $28,117,700, an increase of $507,500 or 1.8%

UM-Ann Arbor: $299,430,600, an increase of $4,256,500 or 1.4%

UM-Dearborn: $23,995,400, an increase of $306,100 or 1.3%

UM-Flint: $21,763,700, an increase of $426,000 or 2%

Wayne State: $191,346,700, an increase of $826,900 or 0.4%

Western Michigan: $104,155,600, an increase of $1,413,600 or 1.4%

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Source: Senate Fiscal Agency

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