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Gifts to the university in 2013-14 included support for the facility housing the Anderson Collection at Stanford University, which opened in September

Donors give $928.5 million

Stanford received $928.5 million during the fiscal year that ended Aug. 31, reflecting support from more than 82,300 donors. This is the fifth year in a row the number of donors has increased.

  • Stanford Management Company releases 2014 results

    The Stanford University Merged Pool (MP) achieved a 17 percent investment return for the 12 months that ended June 30, 2014, according to the Stanford Management Company.

  • Senate gets preliminary profile of Class of 2018

    At Thursday's Faculty Senate meeting, Richard H. Shaw, dean of undergraduate admission, presented a report on the incoming freshman class and announced new tools to make paying for college easier. David B. Abernethy, chair of the Emeriti Council, reported on that group's 2013-14 activities.

  • New financial tools to help parents pay for college

    Stanford, one of the few remaining institutions that admit undergraduates without regard for their ability to pay, is introducing a new installment program for parents and working with a firm that offers innovative peer-to-peer loan programs.

  • Budget plan reflects strong position, targeted spending

    The university's budget for the fiscal year beginning Sept. 1 continues to protect against uncertainty in federal research funding but makes investments in high-priority areas, Vice Provost Tim Warner said in a report to the Faculty Senate.