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Digest of Education Statistics: 2015
Digest of Education Statistics: 2015

NCES 2016-014
December 2016


Table 333.90. Endowment funds of the 120 degree-granting postsecondary institutions with the largest endowments, by rank order: Fiscal year 2014
Institution Fiscal year (FY) 2014 Institution Fiscal year (FY) 2014
Rank order, end of FY1 Market value of endowment Rank order, end of FY1 Market value of endowment
Beginning
of FY (in
thousands)
End of
FY (in
thousands)
Percent
change2
Beginning
of FY (in
thousands)
End of
FY (in
thousands)
Percent
change2
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5
United States (all institutions) $465,793,112 $535,186,040 14.9          
120 institutions with the largest amounts 344,599,413 398,543,954 15.7          
Harvard University (MA) 1 32,689,489 36,429,256 11.4 Texas Christian University 61 1,256,030 1,393,241 10.9
University of Texas System Office 2 19,740,283 25,445,315 28.9 University of Delaware 62 1,171,166 1,310,133 11.9
Yale University (CT) 3 20,708,793 23,858,561 15.2 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 63 1,050,492 1,289,584 22.8
Stanford University (CA) 4 18,688,868 21,466,006 14.9 University of Iowa 64 1,094,803 1,251,356 14.3
Princeton University (NJ) 5 18,786,132 20,576,361 9.5 Soka University of America (CA) 65 1,117,424 1,249,761 11.8
                   
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 6 10,857,976 12,425,131 14.4 Weill Cornell Medical College (NY) 66 1,138,386 1,243,815 9.3
Texas A & M University, College Station 7 8,238,774 10,521,034 27.7 Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 67 1,066,149 1,235,968 15.9
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 8 8,272,366 9,603,919 16.1 Bowdoin College (ME) 68 1,038,640 1,216,030 17.1
University of Pennsylvania 9 8,174,165 9,582,335 17.2 Lehigh University (PA) 69 1,103,449 1,215,926 10.2
Columbia University in the City of New York (NY) 10 8,197,880 9,223,047 12.5 University of Kentucky 70 1,054,448 1,215,226 15.2
                   
University of Notre Dame (IN) 11 6,959,051 8,189,096 17.7 Trinity University (TX) 71 1,013,929 1,187,929 17.2
Northwestern University (IL) 12 6,283,130 7,501,116 19.4 Syracuse University (NY) 72 1,053,214 1,183,244 12.3
University of California System Admin. Central Office 13 6,402,600 7,413,709 15.8 University of Cincinnati, Main Campus (OH) 73 1,044,198 1,182,040 13.2
Duke University (NC) 14 6,040,973 7,036,776 16.5 Tulane University of Louisiana 74 1,031,661 1,169,060 13.3
Emory University (GA) 15 6,115,582 6,981,308 14.2 Baylor University (TX) 75 1,061,157 1,151,200 8.5
                   
Washington University in St. Louis (MO) 16 5,749,297 6,719,449 16.9 Wake Forest University (NC) 76 1,061,638 1,148,026 8.1
University of Chicago (IL) 17 5,886,968 6,539,290 11.1 Berea College (KY) 77 1,012,401 1,137,222 12.3
University of Virginia, Main Campus 18 5,106,876 5,876,310 15.1 Middlebury College (VT) 78 972,992 1,081,894 11.2
Rice University (TX) 19 4,895,299 5,553,717 13.5 Saint Louis University (MO) 79 956,014 1,076,959 12.7
Cornell University (NY) 20 4,133,842 4,646,134 12.4 Princeton Theological Seminary (NJ) 80 941,110 1,042,191 10.7
                   
University of Southern California 21 3,868,355 4,593,014 18.7 University of Tulsa (OK) 81 893,055 1,023,412 14.6
Dartmouth College (NH) 22 3,733,596 4,468,220 19.7 Juilliard School (NY) 82 882,012 999,769 13.4
Vanderbilt University (TN) 23 3,635,343 4,046,250 11.3 University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center 83 878,855 988,251 12.4
Ohio State University, Main Campus 24 3,130,942 3,595,323 14.8 Baylor College of Medicine (TX) 84 844,261 988,247 17.1
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Campus (PA) 25 2,956,739 3,470,665 17.4 Vassar College (NY) 85 868,741 974,180 12.1
                   
New York University 26 2,980,027 3,435,034 15.3 University of Oklahoma, Norman Campus 86 845,635 965,937 14.2
Johns Hopkins University (MD) 27 2,918,546 3,392,529 16.2 Indiana University, Bloomington 87 835,123 961,054 15.1
University of Texas at Austin 28 3,012,895 3,376,824 12.1 University of Arkansas 88 819,814 929,693 13.4
University of Wisconsin, Madison 29 2,295,273 3,133,197 36.5 Hamilton College (NY) 89 773,828 927,520 19.9
Brown University (RI) 30 2,669,948 2,999,749 12.4 Berry College (GA) 90 861,107 925,698 7.5
                   
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 31 2,610,544 2,992,707 14.6 University of California, San Francisco 91 766,144 912,957 19.2
University of Washington, Seattle Campus 32 2,432,421 2,915,058 19.8 North Carolina State University at Raleigh 92 769,404 885,055 15.0
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 33 2,344,280 2,659,759 13.5 University of Louisville (KY) 93 757,336 876,825 15.8
Michigan State University 34 2,007,498 2,549,137 27.0 Washington State University 94 777,644 868,091 11.6
Purdue University, Main Campus (IN) 35 2,189,202 2,445,542 11.7 Oberlin College (OH) 95 765,804 866,830 13.2
                   
University of Richmond (VA) 36 2,025,996 2,313,305 14.2 Colgate University (NY) 96 760,825 865,882 13.8
Pennsylvania State University, Main Campus 37 1,924,143 2,264,414 17.7 University of Miami (FL) 97 777,947 865,435 11.2
Amherst College (MA) 38 1,823,748 2,149,203 17.8 Brandeis University (MA) 98 766,205 861,152 12.4
Williams College (MA) 39 1,902,112 2,143,153 12.7 Bryn Mawr College (PA) 99 710,168 839,226 18.2
California Institute of Technology 40 1,960,435 2,118,100 8.0 Clemson University (SC) 100 518,606 836,152 61.2
                   
Boston College (MA) 41 1,868,699 2,105,654 12.7 Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis 101 709,877 834,834 17.6
Pomona College (CA) 42 1,823,441 2,101,461 15.2 Lafayette College (PA) 102 749,031 832,811 11.2
University of Rochester (NY) 43 1,730,829 2,015,283 16.4 University of Missouri, Columbia 103 692,853 806,717 16.4
Georgia Institute of Technology, Main Campus 44 1,714,876 1,889,014 10.2 Denison University (OH) 104 691,740 799,108 15.5
Swarthmore College (PA) 45 1,634,685 1,876,669 14.8 College of William and Mary (VA) 105 697,724 797,592 14.3
                   
Wellesley College (MA) 46 1,576,337 1,834,137 16.4 Wesleyan University (CT) 106 688,643 793,334 15.2
Grinnell College (IA) 47 1,553,629 1,829,521 17.8 Carleton College (MN) 107 700,540 792,737 13.2
Case Western Reserve University (OH) 48 1,595,300 1,758,570 10.2 Pepperdine University (CA) 108 715,660 790,483 10.5
Smith College (MA) 49 1,557,427 1,755,755 12.7 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State U. 109 653,700 788,800 20.7
University of California, Berkeley 50 1,411,707 1,671,939 18.4 University of Tennessee, Knoxville 110 662,942 782,734 18.1
                   
University of California, Los Angeles 51 1,411,797 1,616,045 14.5 Rutgers University, New Brunswick (NJ) 111 655,125 763,561 16.6
Boston University (MA) 52 1,403,061 1,616,004 15.2 University of Arizona 112 611,746 760,679 24.3
Tufts University (MA) 53 1,440,527 1,590,045 10.4 Rochester Institute of Technology (NY) 113 669,132 753,951 12.7
George Washington University (DC) 54 1,375,202 1,576,508 14.6 Bucknell University (PA) 114 666,563 750,913 12.7
University of Florida 55 1,360,073 1,519,964 11.8 Macalester College (MN) 115 694,311 749,550 8.0
                   
University of Kansas 56 1,310,655 1,494,881 14.1 Medical College of Wisconsin 116 597,865 748,637 25.2
Washington and Lee University (VA) 57 1,345,356 1,477,923 9.9 Colby College (ME) 117 649,992 740,631 13.9
Brigham Young University, Provo (UT) 58 1,053,241 1,470,770 39.6 Northeastern University (MA) 118 631,395 729,034 15.5
Georgetown University (DC) 59 1,286,322 1,461,276 13.6 College of the Holy Cross (MA) 119 634,912 726,232 14.4
Southern Methodist University (TX) 60 1,268,079 1,425,146 12.4 University of Utah 120 642,219 723,827 12.7
†Not applicable.
1 Institutions ranked by size of endowment at end of 2014 fiscal year.
2 Change in market value of endowment. Includes growth from gifts and returns on investments, as well as reductions from expenditures and withdrawals.
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 2015, Finance component. (This table was prepared January 2016.)