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Benchmarking Austin College against all colleges

 

In the Southwest, Austin College has the least total assets ($251.5M) of the 10 private colleges with at least $13.93M in construction in progress (Austin College is at $32.95M). Those $251.5M represent 1.4% of the total across the 10 private colleges, whose average is $1.842B.

Among those 10 private colleges, it also has the least total revenues and investment return ($47.84M), the least investment return ($10.55M), and the lowest return on net assets ratio (0.03).

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Peers

trailed U of Mary Hardin-Baylor ($265.9M), St Mary's Univ ($309.8M), U of the Incarnate Word ($385.3M), and Trinity Univ ($1.31B), and 5 others, ending with Rice ($6.687B).

References

  1. Construction in progress - Capital assets under construction or development that have not yet been placed into service, such as a building or parking lot. Capital assets are not subject to depreciation while in a construction in progress status. 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).
  2. The regions of the country are divided into New England, Mid Atlantic, Southeast, Southwest, Far West, Rocky Mountains, Great Lakes, Plains, and Outlying Areas.
  3. Total assets is the sum of the following amounts: cash, cash equivalents and temporary investments; receivables (net of allowance for uncollectible accounts); inventories, prepaid expenses, and defereed charges; amounts held by trustees for construction and debt service; long-term investments; plant, property, and equipment; and other assets. 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).