The Office of Planning and Budgets is charged with collecting, analyzing, and disseminating information about MSU. This page contains links to information that is relevant to the campus community and public in general.
Introduction to the Budget Development Guidelines (PDF)
A presentation introducing the 2016-17 and 2017-18 MSU general fund budget as delivered to the Board of Trustees on June 15, 2016.
2016-17 Budget Development Guidelines and 2017-18 Preliminary General Fund Guidelines and Implementation (PDF)
Budget Development guidelines approved by the Board of Trustees on June 15, 2016. Includes revenue and expenditure totals and tuition and fee rates for 2016-17, revenue and expenditure totals, and anticipated tuition and fee increases for 2017-18.
University Overview (PDF)
A brief overview providing the current context of MSU operations and the basis for the development of the 2016-17 general fund budget.
Brief presentation reflecting status of current plan with supporting background material.2016-17 and 2017-18 Planning Update (PDF)
To provide the MSU community an opportunity to work with MSU's budget, an interactive model is provided.Go to Budget Planning Tool
Capital planning at Michigan State University occurs within the context of 2020 Vision: A Community Concept for the Michigan State University Campus. This comprehensive, multiyear master plan establishes the framework and direction for capital planning and will, with recurring updates, support the institution’s mission over the next 20 years.
2015 Capital Outlay (PDF)
2016 Capital Outlay (PDF)
2017 Capital Outlay (PDF)
2018 Capital Outlay (PDF)
The MSU Statements: Data Digest is designed to provide comprehensive quantitative information about Michigan State University (MSU).Go to Data Digest
The Fall Enrollment Report, produced annually for the MSU Board of Trustees, compares the entering class with historical cohorts, highlighting notable trends and changes.Open Fall Enrollment Report (PDF)
Entering class headcount and student profile data by semester. User-generated PDF report from Cognos.Go to Entering Class Profile Reports (Cognos)
Aggregated data on faculty, staff, students, student credit hours, class size, research, budget, expenditure, and space metrics. Formatted to base year 1994 and includes the most recent four years of data in HTML version. Users can also select specific years, units, and variables using the University Metric Tools Excel workbook.Go to Planning Profile Summary (PPS)
Course capacity, degrees conferred, and enrollment data by semester. User-generated PDF report from Cognos.Go to Standard Reports (Cognos)
Summary analysis of the 2015-16 and 2016-17 higher education budget.Open Current Senate Fiscal Agency Conference Report
University metrics including enrollment, persistence and graduation, graduation outcomes, financial aid, and budget.Open University Metrics Infographics (PDF)
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Enhancing a culture of high performance, guiding future plans, expanding top programs and research
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Driving the knowledge economy, attracting talent, improving quality of life