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Top 20 Universities In Private Contributions Received in Fiscal 2009

This week’s top ten examines private contributions to the nation’s higher learning institutions.

Top 20 Universities In Private Contributions Received in Fiscal 2009

Compiled by the Council for Aid to Education

  1. Stanford University: $640.11 million
  2. Harvard University: $601.64 million
  3. Cornell University: $446.75 million
  4. University of Pennsylvania: $439.77 million
  5. Johns Hopkins University: $433.39 million
  6. Columbia University: $413.36 million
  7. University of Southern California: $368.98 million
  8. Yale University: $358.15 million
  9. UCLA: $351.69 million
  10. University of Wisconsin-Madison : $341.81 million
  11. New York University: $334.79 million
  12. University of Washington: $323.55 million
  13. Massachusetts Institute of Technology: $319.07 million
  14. Duke University: $301.65 million
  15. University of California, San Francisco: $300.42 million
  16. University of Minnesota: $272.35 million
  17. University of North Carolina: $270.11 million
  18. University of Michigan: $263.33 million
  19. University of California, Berkeley: $255.10 million
  20. University of Chicago: $248.80 million
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