Fredonia’sEconomic Impact Statement

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Our Vital Resources

  • Generated over $370 million in economic activity, and nearly 2,500 jobs,
    in Chautauqua County during 2009-10
  • Fredonia is a $129 million annual enterprise
  • Our 5,700 students spend over $43 million annually in local communities
  • Nearly 1,300 employees earn over $74 million in annual salary,
    wages and fringe benefits
  • Roughly $22.5 million is generated via repair and construction projects
    for local payrolls and contracts
  • Nearly $25 million of supplies, food and equipment are purchased locally
  • 78 percent of the campus’ employees live in Chautauqua County
  • Over 6,000 alumni reside in Chautauqua County
  • More than 900 Chautauqua County residents are students at Fredonia
  • 30 percent of Fredonia’s transfer students are from Jamestown Community College
  • Over $765,000 in campus-funded scholarships were awarded to students in 2009-10
  • Private fundraising exceeds $3.3 million annually, directly benefiting students
    and academic programs
  • More than 100,000 people visit the campus annually, significantly impacting the local community

Our Statistics

  • Degree Programs: Undergraduate: 104,  Graduate: 18
  • Degrees Awarded: Undergraduate: 1,179,  Graduate: 145
  • Number of Faculty: Full-Time: 253, Part-Time: 218
  • Total Employees: 1,282 Full- and Part-Time  
  • Full-Time Undergraduate Tuition (Annual): New York State Resident: $4,970, Out-of-State/International: $13,380
  • Full-Time Graduate Tuition (Annual): New York State Resident: $8,370, Out-of-State/International: $13,780
  • Intercollegiate Athletic Programs: Women: 10, Men: 7
  • Fredonia College Foundation endowment: $22.3 million (12/31/10)
  • Foundation Annual Support to Campus: $1,401,279
  • Total Consolidated Operating Budget ('10-'11): $95.6 million
  • New York State Consolidated Operating Budget Contribution: $16.2 million (15.8% of total)
  • Tuition and Fees: $26.5 million
  • Distribution of Undergraduate Students: Western New York: 2,854, Rest of State: 2,291
  • Annual visitors to Rockefeller Arts Center: 45,501
  • Students Receiving Financial Aid: 86 Percent

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