Endowment Values by Unit
Shown below is the value of each unit’s endowment held by the Texas A&M Foundation for the benefit of Texas A&M University as of June 30, 2015. The combined value of these endowments totals nearly $1.2 billion.
*Includes Texas A&M University Press, KAMU-TV, Reed Arena, non-designated endowments and endowments with split beneficiaries.
Endowment Performance Over Time
The Foundation invests endowments using asset allocation to maximize growth while safeguarding capital. This chart illustrates the market value of a $100,000 endowed scholarship created in 1980 and its cumulative value of student stipends. This single endowment would have paid out more than $336,800 by 2015.
Long-Term Investment Pool Growth
The long-term investment pool (LTIP)—which has a total value of $1.39 billion—has consistently met or exceeded our portfolio management guidelines, resulting in both the growth of funds available to Texas A&M University and the asset size of the portfolio. The LTIP is composed mostly of endowments, but also includes other non-endowed funds invested for the long term.