What the universities have lost

January 7, 2009 1:14:26 PM PST
Here's a look at endowment losses for some Texas universities, with the 2007 value, the 2008 value and the percentage of lost value: -- University of North Texas -- $70.5 million to $51.2 million, 27 percent

-- University of Texas at Austin -- $6.5 billion to $4.8 billion, 26 percent

-- Texas A&M-College Station -- $5.1 billion to $3.9 billion, 22 percent

-- University of Texas System -- $19.6 billion to $15.8 billion, 19 percent

-- Southern Methodist University -- $1.4 billion to $1.2 billion, 16 percent

-- Texas Christian University -- $1.2 billion to $1.1 billion, 8 percent

-- Texas Tech University -- $699.2 million to $685.5 million, 2 percent

NOTES: Figures have been rounded. Drops in value calculated from numbers provided by schools and the University of Texas Investment Management Co. Endowments for Texas and Texas A&M include money from the Permanent University Fund. The reporting year ends Oct. 31 for all schools except Texas Tech (Aug. 31) and TCU (Sept. 30).

SOURCES: University of Texas Investment Management Co. and the universities, compiled by The Dallas Morning News

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