T E X A S. Special Report. January 2005 COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS REPORT ON THE PHYSICIANS EDUCATION LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAM HOUSE BILL 1420

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1 OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER T E X A S Special Report January 2005 COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS REPORT ON THE PHYSICIANS EDUCATION LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAM HOUSE BILL 1420 C A R O L E K E E T O N S T R AY H O R N Te x a s C o m p t r o l l e r

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3 T E X A S TOFFICE OF THE COMP ROLLER Comptroller of Public Accounts Report on House Bill 1420 The 78th Texas Legislature passed House Bill 1420 in 2003, which amended Section of the Texas Education Code relating to the use of a portion of medical school tuition for school loan repayment assistance for physicians. Subsection (c) requires the Comptroller of Public Accounts to report to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, the Governor, Lt. Governor and Speaker of the House of Representatives in January following the end of the fiscal year covered by the report on: the number of students registered in a medical branch, school, or college; the total amount of tuition charges collected by each institution; the total amount transferred to the Comptroller to be maintained in the State Treasury under this section; and the total amount available under Subsection (b) for the repayment of student loans of physicians under this subchapter. 1 This change in law applies starting with tuition fees charged to students registered in a medical branch, school or college for the academic year. The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board indicated a total of 4,599 resident and non-resident medical students were registered in these institutions for the academic year. 2 The seven institutions that pay into the tuition set-aside for the Physician Education Loan Repayment Program (PELRP) are: Texas A&M University System Health Science Center (School of Medicine) University of North Texas Health Science Center Fort Worth (Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine) Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (School of Medicine) University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (School of Medicine) University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (School of Medicine) University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (School of Medicine) University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas (School of Medicine) The table below shows, for each institution participating in the PELRP in FY 2004, the number of registered in-state and out-of-state students; the total tuition charges collected by each institution; and the total amount of tuition held in the State Treasury by the Comptroller of Public Accounts in Fund 0542 General Revenue Account for Medical School Tuition Set Asides. 3 Carole Keeton Strayhorn, Texas Comptroller 1

4 Special Report: Comptroller of Public Accounts Report on House Bill 1420 Physician Education Loan Repayment Program (PELRP) Participating Medical Branches, Schools & Colleges ( Academic Year) Agency No. Medical Branch, School or College 4 In-State Resident Registered Students 5 Out-of- State Registered Students 6 Total Tuition Charges Collected by the Medical Branch, School or College 7 Total Amount of Tuition Deposited in Treasury for PELRP Texas A&M University System Health Science Center (School of Medicine) $4,193, $35, University of North Texas Health Science Center Fort Worth (Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine) $2,952, $125, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (School of Medicine) $7,145, $66, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (School of Medicine) $6,279, $107, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (School of Medicine) $6,919, $91, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (School of Medicine) $13,199, $111, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas (School of Medicine) $6,223, $99, Totals 4, $46,913, $639, For academic year FY 2004, the Comptroller of Public Accounts received $639, collected by the seven participating institutions. Of that amount, $639, was transferred from the Comptroller of Public Accounts to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board as of August 31, According to the General Appropriations Act, $767,902 was authorized for repayment through the PELRP for FY The Comptroller of Public Accounts State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report identified $188, in actual payments were made from Fund General Revenue Account for Medical School Tuition Set Asides Special Report: Comptroller of Public Accounts Report on House Bill 1420 January 2005

5 Special Report: Comptroller of Public Accounts Report on House Bill 1420 Endnotes < HTM>. House Bill 1420, Seventy-eighth Legislature, Regular Session, relating to the use of a portion of medical school tuition for student loan repayment assistance for physicians. SECTION 1. Section , Education Code, is amended to read as follows: Sec MEDICAL SCHOOL TUITION SET ASIDE FOR CERTAIN LOAN REPAYMENTS. (a) The governing boards of each medical unit of an institution of higher education shall cause to be set aside two percent of tuition charges for each student registered in a medical branch, school, or college. (b) The amount set aside shall be transferred to the comptroller of public accounts to be maintained in the state treasury for the sole purpose of repayment of student loans of a physician serving in a designated state agency or in an area of this state that is economically depressed or that is a medically underserved area or health professional shortage area, as designated by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, that has a current shortage of physicians. Section , Government Code, does not apply to the amount set aside by this section. (c) As soon as practicable after each state fiscal year, the comptroller of public accounts shall prepare a report for that fiscal year of the number of students registered in a medical branch, school, or college, the total amount of tuition charges collected by each institution, the total amount transferred to the treasury under this section, and the total amount available under Subsection (b) for the repayment of student loans of physicians under this subchapter. The comptroller shall deliver a copy of the report to the board and to the governor, lieutenant governor, and speaker of the house of representatives not later than January 1 following the end of the fiscal year covered by the report. Section 2. The change in law made by this Act applies beginning with tuition fees charges to students registered in a medical branch, school, or college for the academic year. communication from Stacey Silverman and Kenneth Dalley, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, August 30, The total of this column equals the amount transferred by the Comptroller to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board as of August 31, communication and computer printout of Physician Education Loan Repayment Program (PELRP) participating medical branches, schools and colleges, registered students and the 2 percent set-aside for FY 2004 from Stacey Silverman and Kenneth Dalley, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, August 30, communication and computer printout of Physician Education Loan Repayment Program (PELRP) participating medical branches, schools and colleges, registered students and the 2 percent set-aside for FY 2004 from Stacey Silverman and Kenneth Dalley, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, August 30, communication and computer printout of Physician Education Loan Repayment Program (PELRP) participating medical branches, schools and colleges, registered students and the 2 percent set-aside for FY 2004 from Stacey Silverman and Kenneth Dalley, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, August 30, Comptroller estimate data from the Uniform Statewide Accounting System (USAS) printout, FY04-Medical Tuition, provided by Christy Bearden, Fund Accounting Division, November 16, Comptroller estimate using a computer printout for Agency 781, Appropriation Year 2004, Fund 0542 from the Uniform Statewide Accounting System provided by Christy Bearden, Fund Accounting Division, November 16, Comptroller estimate using a computer printout for Agency 781, Appropriation Year 2004, Fund 0542 from the Uniform Statewide Accounting System provided by Christy Bearden, Fund Accounting Division, November 16, House Bill No. 1, Seventy-Eighth Legislature, Regular Session, Higher Education Coordinating Board, III-50, May 28, State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report, GR Account - Medical School Tuition Set-Aside 0542, p Carole Keeton Strayhorn, Texas Comptroller 3

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8 Special Report CAROLE KEETON STRAYHORN Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts This publication is not copyrighted and may be reproduced. The Comptroller of Public Accounts would appreciate credit for material used and a copy of the reprint. Special Reports Carole Keeton Strayhorn Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts P.O. Box Austin, TX For more information, call This publication is also available on the World Wide Web by accessing the Comptroller s Window on State Government Web site at < specialrpt/hb1420/>. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts publication # , January 2005.

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