The budget for the University of North Carolina system includes $137.8 million in federal stimulus funds.
Notable cuts include:
* A $72.9 million cut that should target senior and middle management, centers and institutes, low-enrollment degree programs, faculty workload, speaker series and institutional trust fund balances.
* A tuition increase of the lesser of $200 or 8 percent at all UNC institutions to raise $34.8 million.
* Reduces the Legislative Tuition Grant for students attending private colleges by $100. The grant would go from $1,950 to $1,850 to save $3.2 million.
* Reduces funding to centers and institutes across the state by $12 million. The budget specifies reductions for specific campuses, but allows campus officials to decide how to make the cuts. The proposal also requires the UNC System to reduce funding for centers and institutes by another $1.7 million.