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Table 374. Revenue received from the federal government by the 120 degree- granting institutions receiving the largest amounts, by control and rank order: 2009-10
Institution Con-
trol1
Rank order Revenue from the federal govern-
ment2  (in thousands)
1 2 3 4
United States (all institutions) $77,498,222
120 institutions receiving the largest amounts 44,773,293
       
California Institute of Technology 2 1 2,015,340
Johns Hopkins University (MD) 2 2 2,014,274
University of Chicago (IL) 2 3 1,440,910
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2 4 1,171,160
University of Washington, Seattle Campus 1 5 1,019,769
       
Stanford University (CA) 2 6 861,381
Columbia University in the City of New York 2 7 800,239
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 1 8 793,448
University of Pennsylvania 2 9 770,821
University of Utah 1 10 726,528
       
New York University 2 11 725,694
Weill Cornell Medical College (NY) 2 12 698,142
University of California, Los Angeles 1 13 683,752
University of California, San Diego 1 14 681,913
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Campus (PA) 1 15 648,728
       
Harvard University (MA) 2 16 620,525
United States Air Force Academy (CO) 1 17 603,530
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1 18 599,877
University of California, San Francisco 1 19 595,684
Howard University (DC) 2 20 561,414
       
Duke University (NC) 2 21 541,586
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 1 22 534,919
University of Wisconsin, Madison 1 23 534,904
Washington University in St. Louis (MO) 2 24 522,190
Yale University (CT) 2 25 510,403
       
University of Southern California 2 26 475,405
Vanderbilt University (TN) 2 27 469,690
University of Texas at Austin 1 28 457,339
Kaplan University, Davenport Campus (IA) 3 29 454,279
Pennsylvania State University, Main Campus 1 30 453,793
       
University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign 1 31 443,800
University of Florida 1 32 437,895
United States Naval Academy (MD) 1 33 426,048
Ohio State University, Main Campus 1 34 424,096
Georgia Institute of Technology, Main Campus 1 35 414,289
       
Emory University (GA) 2 36 413,502
University of California, Berkeley 1 37 400,795
University of California, Davis 1 38 400,323
University of Arizona 1 39 399,227
University of Alabama at Birmingham 1 40 397,532
       
Northwestern University (IL) 2 41 381,845
Cornell University (NY) 2 42 355,638
Texas A & M University 1 43 355,154
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 1 44 354,506
University of Connecticut 1 45 349,655
       
University of Iowa 1 46 345,068
University of Tennessee 1 47 339,667
Case Western Reserve University (OH) 2 48 329,501
University of Maryland, College Park 1 49 327,913
University of New Mexico, Main Campus 1 50 325,565
       
Oregon Health & Science University 1 51 322,443
University of Illinois at Chicago 1 52 320,982
University of Colorado, Boulder 1 53 320,351
Michigan State University 1 54 320,057
Baylor College of Medicine (TX) 2 55 317,370
       
University of Rochester (NY) 2 56 308,145
United States Military Academy (NY) 1 57 300,849
University of Colorado, Denver 1 58 298,186
Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 2 59 285,606
Rutgers University, New Brunswick (NJ) 1 60 285,284
       
University of Hawaii at Manoa 1 61 284,169
George Washington University (DC) 2 62 274,754
Arizona State University 1 63 274,483
Mount Sinai School of Medicine (NY) 2 64 273,092
University of Maryland, Baltimore 1 65 272,472
       
Boston University (MA) 2 66 264,875
University of Virginia, Main Campus 1 67 262,281
Purdue University, Main Campus (IN) 1 68 260,977
University of Kentucky 1 69 256,219
University of Miami (FL) 2 70 254,412
       
University of California, Irvine 1 71 245,088
Florida State University 1 72 241,011
Princeton University (NJ) 2 73 240,887
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas 1 74 235,336
Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis 1 75 234,853
       
University of South Florida, Main Campus 1 76 233,730
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester 1 77 216,418
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 1 78 216,037
Iowa State University 1 79 206,144
Colorado State University 1 80 202,913
       
University of Georgia 1 81 198,807
University of Cincinnati, Main Campus (OH) 1 82 193,382
Mississippi State University 1 83 191,709
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston 1 84 188,746
Stony Brook University (NY) 1 85 184,559
       
Oregon State University 1 86 177,488
University of Texas Medical Branch 1 87 177,326
Virginia Commonwealth University 1 88 174,201
University of Kansas 1 89 169,143
Wake Forest University (NC) 2 90 168,542
       
University of California, Santa Barbara 1 91 167,805
Miami-Dade College (FL) 1 92 166,272
Tulane University of Louisiana 2 93 162,525
Louisiana State University and Ag. & Mech. College 1 94 161,678
University of South Carolina, Columbia 1 95 160,700
       
New Mexico State University, Main Campus 1 96 158,532
North Carolina State University at Raleigh 1 97 158,297
University of Missouri, Columbia 1 98 158,216
Yeshiva University (NY) 2 99 154,759
Wayne State University (MI) 1 100 153,753
       
Washington State University 1 101 151,736
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
1 102 150,114
Georgetown University (DC) 2 103 149,415
University of Nevada, Reno 1 104 146,148
University at Buffalo (NY) 1 105 145,281
       
Utah State University 1 106 141,802
University of Central Florida 1 107 141,668
University of Nebraska, Lincoln 1 108 141,469
Indiana University, Bloomington 1 109 137,935
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey 1 110 134,119
       
Florida International University 1 111 133,949
Tufts University (MA) 2 112 129,675
University of Massachusetts, Amherst 1 113 129,175
Medical University of South Carolina 1 114 128,152
Brown University (RI) 2 115 127,719
       
University of Vermont 1 116 125,953
Ashford University (IA) 3 117 124,177
Kansas State University 1 118 123,923
State University of New York at Albany 1 119 123,174
United States Coast Guard Academy (NY) 1 120 122,192
†Not applicable.
1 Publicly controlled institutions are identified by a "1"; private not-for-profit, by a "2"; and private for-profit, by a "3."
2 Includes federal appropriations, unrestricted and restricted federal contracts and grants, and revenue for independent operations. Independent operations generally include only the revenues associated with major federally funded research and development centers. Pell grants are included for public institutions and may also be included for private not-for-profit institutions that do not treat Pell grants as pass-through transactions. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds are not included. Data for public, private not-for-profit, and private for-profit institutions are only roughly comparable because they were collected using different survey instruments.
NOTE: Degree-granting institutions grant associate’s or higher degrees and participate in Title IV federal financial aid programs.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Spring 2011, Finance component. (This table was prepared November 2011.)
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