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28
Sep

Executive Compensation at Harvard

Harvard is a private teaching and research university with an acceptance rate at about 5% of applicants.  Located in Boston, Massachusetts, Harvard has about 35,000 students including 6,000 undergraduates. The annual tuition, room, board, and fees is about $77,000.

There are 12 voting members (Fellows) of the governing body, 9 of whom are independent, 8 of the 12 (67%) are male while 4 of the 12 (33%) are female.

In 2020, Harvard’s total revenue was $7.4 billion (compared to $7.9 billion in 2019) with most of the income coming from 3 sources  :investment income, gains, and royalties ($4 billion), contributions, gifts, and grants ($1.4 billion) and tuition, fees, and services  ($1.9 billion).  Expenses were $5.3 billion (not including $350 million in depreciation).  At year-end, Harvard had $49 billion in net fund assets. Read more »