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Stanford has the most private gifts ($694.5M) among all 1,889 private colleges. Those $694.5M represent 4.3% of the total among all 1,889 private colleges, whose average is $8.632M.

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beat Harvard ($681.3M), USC ($550.2M), Columbia ($461.2M), and UPenn ($448.8M), and 1,884 others, ending with Valparaiso Univ (-$2.704M).

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  1. Private gifts (Revenues) are revenues from private (non-governmental) entities including revenues received from gift or contribution nonexchange transactions (including contributed services) except those from affiliated entities. Includes bequests, promises to give (pledges), gifts from an affiliated organization or a component unit not blended or consolidated, and income from funds held in irrevocable trusts or distributable at the direction of the trustees of the trusts. Includes any contributed services recognized (recorded) by the institution. The source is the IPEDS FY 2013 finance data file F1213_F2 of private not-for-profit institutions and public institutions that use accounting standards established by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB).

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Stanford has the most private gifts ($694.5M) among all 1,889 private colleges. Those $694.5M represent 4.3% of the total among all 1,889 private colleges, whose average is $8.632M.
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