This 2011 study analyzes the economic impact of the University of California system on the State of California and includes a breakdown of the individual impact of each general campus and health sciences campus.
This study examines the overall economic impact of the State University of New York (SUNY) system, and the individual role of each SUNY campus, with the goal of understanding and expanding the SUNY system's economic development impact on New York State. This report also establishes a benchmark for measuring future progress in their plan to strengthen their role in the economic growth New York.
This economic impact analysis examines the economic, employment, and government revenue impacts of the University of Minnesota's five campuses on the State of Minnesota.
A report on the economic impact of the University of Wisconsin-Stout on the Wisconsin state economy.
This study examines the statewide economic impact of the University System of Georgia's 35 institutions, and reports that the Georgia Institute of Technology has the highest economic impact of any of the Georgia System University's institutions.
This report summarizes the statewide economic impact of the University System of Georgia's 35 institutions in fiscal year 2010, as well as looks at each institution's impact on the regional economies in which they reside.
This report analyzes the impact of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the university's affiliated organizations and start-up companies on the Wisconsin economy. The report also looks at how the university's impact has grown since their previous economic impact study in 2003.
This study analyzes the economic impact of the institutions of the Kansas Board of Regents System (KBOR), a nine-member board of the state's six universities and statewide coordinating board for 32 public higher education institutions in Kansas, on the State of Kansas. This report almost examines the beneficial impact of investments in higher education for Kansas.
This study provides an economic impact assessment of the University of Florida and its affiliated Research and Education Centers, Shands Hospitals and clinics, and Extension Offices, on the state of Florida in FY 2009-10.
This report examines the economic impact of the University of New Mexico, through its employment, spending, and ability to generate out-of-state revenues, on the state of New Mexico.