The CSU is proud to present the 2001/2002 Annual Report on External Support. This report details the fundraising accomplishments of CSU campuses in a challenging fiscal year. In 2001/2002 voluntary support reached $257.2 million, an increase of 3.8 percent over the previous year. And, when combined with special revenue, the CSU set a new record for total external support reaching $995.9 million, a 7.9 percent increase.

This year’s report includes an analysis of specific categories of income including endowment, special revenue, giving from individuals and alumni and giving from corporations and foundations. Following the analysis is a detailed description of external support for the CSU system and for each of the 23 campuses. External support is comprised of both voluntary support from fundraising and special revenue from governmental and other non-state sources. Voluntary support represents gift income from alumni, parents and other individuals, foundations, corporations and other organizations. Special revenue includes sponsorships, bequest expectancies and revocable trusts, pledges, contracts, government grants, property transfers and endowment distribution.

The report can be viewed by clicking on the links below to read the introductions by Chancellor Charles B. Reed and Vice Chancellor of University Advancement Louis Caldera. Then, navigate through the report by clicking on the section headers at the left.

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Last Updated: January 28, 2003