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Compare Athletic Departments

Use this tool to compare two Texas college athletic departments and how they are making and spending money. Of the eight athletic departments in our app, some classify similar expenses in different ways on NCAA financial reports. These figures come from reports filed with the NCAA in 2017. They reflect statistics from the 2015-16 school year. To learn more about this data, click here.

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University of Texas at San Antonio

Conference: Conference USA

Total undergraduates: 24,462

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Total athletic department revenue and expenses

Here’s a look at the amount of money the athletic department earns and spends by itself. Revenue doesn’t include student fees or money transferred into the department by the university. The UTSA athletics department receives $12,159,733 from student fees and $3,093,707 from the university.

Revenue:

$12,069,736

Expenses:

$26,443,958

UTSA earned money from...

Ticket sales: $2,121,837

NCAA/conference distributions: $2,098,073

UTSA spent money on...

Athletic scholarships: $5,243,088

Coaching salaries: $4,733,295

Recruiting: $554,351

Football

Football

Revenue:

$8,193,830

Expenses:

$8,416,148

Revenue from ticket sales: $1,959,388

Expenses for athletic student aid: $2,078,735

Expenses for coaching salaries: $1,912,953

Expenses for recruiting: $235,211

Basketball

Basketball

Men's

Revenue:

$1,021,986

Expenses:

$1,776,514

Revenue from ticket sales: $59,242

Expenses for athletic student aid: $328,973

Expenses for coaching salaries: $563,687

Expenses for recruiting: $76,584

Women's

Revenue:

$187,410

Expenses:

$1,240,784

Revenue from ticket sales: $25,604

Expenses for athletic student aid: $355,102

Expenses for coaching salaries: $378,790

Expenses for recruiting: $80,429

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Conference:

Total undergraduates:

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Total athletic department revenue and expenses

Here’s a look at the amount of money the athletic department earns and spends by itself. Revenue doesn’t include student fees or money transferred into the department by the university. The athletics department receives $ from student fees and $ from the university.

Revenue:

$

Expenses:

$

earned money from...

Ticket sales: $

NCAA/conference distributions: $

spent money on...

Athletic scholarships: $

Coaching salaries: $

Recruiting: $

Football

Football

Revenue:

$

Expenses:

$

Revenue from ticket sales: $

Expenses for athletic student aid: $

Expenses for coaching salaries: $

Expenses for recruiting: $

Basketball

Basketball

Men's

Revenue:

$

Expenses:

$

Revenue from ticket sales: $

Expenses for athletic student aid: $

Expenses for coaching salaries: $

Expenses for recruiting: $

Women's

Revenue:

$

Expenses:

$

Revenue from ticket sales: $

Expenses for athletic student aid: $

Expenses for coaching salaries: $

Expenses for recruiting: $

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