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#HBCU: Top 10 HBCUs by Endowments

#HBCU: Top 10 HBCUs by Endowments

The Top 10 HBCUs by Endowments.  Even though Howard University is planning to lay off 200 people in the coming months, the school still is the #1 HBCUs when it comes to cash and assets.

1. Howard University (#156 overall of 849 schools)$516 million (11.5% change from 2012 to ’13)

2. Spelman College (#216 of 849 schools)$327 million (5.8% change from 2012 to ’13)

3. Hampton University — (#242 of 849 schools) $254 million (9.3% change from 2012 to ’13)

4. Meharry Medical College — (#375 of 849 schools) $124 million (11.1% change from 2012 to ’13)

5. Florida A&M University — (#398 of 849 schools) $115 million (7.0% change from 2012 to ’13)

6. Tennessee State University — (#630 of 849 schools) $42.9 million (13.4% change from 2012 to ’13)

7. Texas Southern University — (#638 of 849 schools) $42.1 million (11.1% change from 2012 to ’13)

8. Virginia State University — (#659 of 849 schools) $38.1 million (15.3% change from 2012 to ’13)

9. North Carolina A&T State University — (#679 of 849 schools) $32.9 million (17.5% change from 2012 to ’13)

10. Winston­-Salem State University — (#697 of 849 schools) $29.5 million (13.8% change from 2012 to ’13)

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Just to compare and contrast…

1. Harvard (#1 overall of 849 schools) — $32.3 billion
6. MIT (#6 overall of 849 schools) –$11 billion
11. University of Pennsylvania (#11 of 849 schools) — $7.7 billion
161. The American University (#161 of 849 schools) — $481 million
461. Long Island University (#461 of 849 schools) — $85 million
710. Virginia State (#710 of 849 schools) — $27 million
742. SUNY Potsdam (#742 of 849 schools) — $22 million
812. Virginia State University (#812 of 849 schools) — $10 million
849. Southern Virginia University (#849 of schools) — $714,000

 


The source is a report by the National Association for College and University Business Officers.