University endowments earn 19.2 percent
Endowments at U.S. colleges and universities earned an average of 19.2 percent on their investments in fiscal 2011, the second steep annual climb following two years of recession-induced declines, a new report says.
Higher-ed endowments earn 19.8 percent
Colleges and universities in the U.S. earned an average of 19.8 percent on their endowments in the fiscal year ended June 30, 2011, continuing a post-recession rebound that began in fiscal 2010, preliminary data from 284 schools show.
Higher-education investments rebound
While investment returns for U.S. colleges and universities returned to positive levels in fiscal 2010, their endowments remain well below pre-recession levels, a study says.
Colleges see investment returns rise
In an early look at fiscal 2010, U.S. colleges and universities appear to have earned about 12.6 percent on their endowments, a new study says.
University endowments fall 19 percent
Endowments of U.S. colleges and universities lost an average of 19 percent on their investments in fiscal 2009, a preliminary report says.
College endowments sag 23 percent
While investment returns for U.S. colleges and universities have dropped nearly 23 percent on average in five months, higher education has outperformed the markets.
Education endowment studies merge
Two top studies analyzing the performance and management of the endowments of U.S. colleges and universities will be combined.