1998 Special Session I

Budget Bill - HB4001 (Introduced)

The College of William and Mary in Virginia

Item 207

Item 207

First Year - FY1999Second Year - FY2000
Higher Education Auxiliary Enterprises (80900)$40,999,856$40,999,856
Food Services (80910)FY1999 $7,624,700FY2000 $7,624,700
Bookstores and other Stores (80920)FY1999 $37,000FY2000 $37,000
Residential Services (80930)FY1999 $12,530,730FY2000 $12,530,730
Parking and Transportation Systems and Services (80940)FY1999 $842,089FY2000 $842,089
Telecommunications Systems and Services (80950)FY1999 $3,237,300FY2000 $3,237,300
Student Health Services (80960)FY1999 $2,124,988FY2000 $2,124,988
Student Unions and Recreational Facilities (80970)FY1999 $4,438,290FY2000 $4,438,290
Recreational and Intramural Programs (80980)FY1999 $452,665FY2000 $452,665
Other Enterprise Functions (80990)FY1999 $3,284,432FY2000 $3,284,432
Intercollegiate Athletics (80995)FY1999 $6,427,662FY2000 $6,427,662
Fund Sources:  
Higher Education OperatingFY1999 $36,239,239FY2000 $36,239,239
Debt ServiceFY1999 $4,760,617FY2000 $4,760,617

Authority: Title 23, Chapter 5, Code of Virginia.

Nongeneral revenue in excess of operating costs for the National Planned Giving Institute may be transferred to the Endowment Association of the College of William and Mary in accordance with the wishes of the donor. At the close of each fiscal year, the college shall notify the Director of the Department of Planning and Budget of the amount transferred.