Texas Tech University System

Debt
Outstanding
- Fiscal Year 2020 -
Tax Supported:
$0
Revenue Supported:
$876,291,876
Total Outstanding:
$876,291,876
Debt
Issued
- Fiscal Year 2020 -
Tax Supported:
$0
Revenue Supported:
$314,745,000
Total Issued:
$314,745,000

Unless otherwise stated, the data for each chart is as of the fiscal year stated above.

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The chart above shows the principal amount of revenue debt outstanding for the college or university system compared to the revenue debt outstanding of other colleges and university systems. Each column is partitioned by the amount of Tuition Revenue Bonds (TRB), Revenue Financing System (RFS) bonds, and Permanent University Fund (PUF) bonds outstanding.

Click here to see a brief description of each issuer name.

The chart above shows total debt service outstanding for the college or university system and includes a breakout of the principal and interest owed for three different types of debt issued by colleges and university systems - Revenue Financing System (RFS), Tuition Revenue Bonds (TRB), and Permanent University Fund (PUF). Also, included in the chart is an illustration of the projected annual scheduled debt service owed in the future until the final maturity date of all debt outstanding.

The chart above shows the annual debt outstanding of the state debt issuer broken out by debt type, including both general obligation and revenue self-supporting debt as well as general obligation and revenue not self-supporting debt.

The chart above represents unique bond counsel firms used by the state debt issuer over the past five fiscal years. The size of each bar is determined by summing the total fees paid to each firm. Bond counsel firms that are designated as historically underutilized businesses (HUBs) are coded as such in the chart legend.

For more information about state bond issue costs, see Chapter 3 of the Bond Review Board Annual Report.

The chart above represents unique financial advisor firms used by the state debt issuer over the past five fiscal years. The size of each bar is determined by summing the total fees paid to each firm. Financial advisor firms that are designated as historically underutilized businesses (HUBs) are coded as such in the chart legend.

The chart above represents the top 20 unique underwriter firms used by the state debt issuer during the past five fiscal years. The total fees paid are determined by summing the management fee and total takedown fee paid to each underwriter firm. Underwriter firms that are designated as historically underutilized businesses (HUBs) are coded as such in the chart legend.

The chart above represents the rating agency fees paid by the state debt issuer over the past five fiscal years. The size of each slice is determined by the sum of the fees paid to each rating agency by the issuer.