State & Self-Support FTEs

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State & Self-Support FTEs are a total of both State FTEs (supported via state general fund appropriations) and Self-Support FTEs (supported via the collection of non-state-supported student fees).

Where Term Appears
CSUMB Data Warehouse Dashboards:
Data Custodian
Enrollment Management
Data Source
Source System:CMS - SA
Source Table Name:N/A
Source Field Name:N/A
Census Process:Yes
Logical Transformation / Calculation
State FTEs + Self-Support FTEs
OBIEE Folder and Column
Folder Heading:"CSU ERS Student Metrics"
Column Heading:"State & Self-Support FTEs"

See Also

Definition Source

"State- Support Mode: State-support mode is the type of funding structure in which the university receives state appropriations for instruction offered. (Executive Order 1099. Self-Support Mode: Instruction offered through self-support mode does not receive state general fund appropriations and instead collects non-state student fees that are adequate to meet the cost of maintaining operation in the long run. Such fees shall be required pursuant to rules and regulations prescribed by the trustees, including but not limited to fee policies such as Executive Order 1054 and Education Code section 89708."[1]


  1. CSU Office of the Chancellor. Extended Education: Self-Supporting Instructional Courses and Programs – Executive Order 1099. Retrieved from: