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Imported Revenue-City of Providence

Imported Revenue $26,904,533

1. Off-campus students (student survey)
Apartment rental income
Utilities
Food & other living expenses
Discretionary spending
$8,515,115
$5,211,445
$532,494
$1,282,439
$1,488,737
2. On-campus students (student survey)
Food & other expenses (no campus meal plan)
Discretionary spending
$10,140,839
$4,481,075
$5,659,764
3. PC employees living in Providence (estimate)
Apartment rental income
$1,790,100
4. Parent/alumni visitation (hotels/restaurants – estimates)
Commencement Weekend
Formal Parent Weekends (Freshmen)
Informal parent weekend visits
Upper class student “Move In” Day
Freshmen Orientation
Formal Alumni/Trustee Weekends (Alumni, SDS)
$3,619,893
$1,292,750
$895,700
$433,240
$323,087
$133,400
$541,716
5. Other PC visitors (hotels/restaurants – estimates)
Visiting athletic teams
Summer athletic camps
Student prospects – campus visits
Admitted students – campus program
$1,473,022
$942,513
$31,854
$451,011
$47,644
6. Men’s basketball attendees/Dunkin’ Donuts Center
(hotels/restaurants – estimate)
$879,767
7. College faculty/staff recruitment (hotels/restaurants) $30,657
8. Wedding receptions held in Providence (estimate)
(ceremonies held in PC Chapel)
$205,150
9. PC grant to Smith Hill Community Development Corporation
(for affordable housing – $750,000 over three years)
$250,000