Duke tops N.C. colleges in fundraising
Duke University raised $349.7 million in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, more than any other North Carolina college or university, and more than all but 11 schools throughout the U.S., a new study says.
College fundraising climbs to $30.3 billion
U.S. colleges raised $30.3 billion in fiscal 2011, up 8.2 percent over 2010, but $1.3 billion shy of the 2008 high, a new study says.
Corporate giving needs business acumen
To be sustainable in today’s business environment, corporate-giving programs should go beyond simply “doing good,” and boost corporations’ bottom lines, a new study says.
Higher-ed fundraising still struggling
Gifts to U.S. colleges and universities were flat in 2010, an improvement over the 11.9 percent drop the year before, but still 8 percent below 2006’s inflation-adjusted levels, a new study says.
Giving to U.S. colleges nosedives
Contributions fell 11.9 percent in fiscal 2009, and alumni participation dropped to its lowest level ever, a new report says.
Duke tops state fundraising list
Duke, Carolina and N.C. State raised more money in fiscal 2008 than any other college or university in the state, a new study says.
Colleges raise record $31.6 billion
While U.S. colleges and universities raised a record $31.6 billion in fiscal 2008, higher education is bracing for declines this year and next, a new study says.