2005-2006 Annual Report on External Support to the CSU

California State University, Channel Islands

Contribution Highlights:

  • The Martin V. Smith School of Business and Economics became the first named school at CSUCI. To mark the occasion, the Smith family pledged an additional $3 million to be combined with a prior gift of $5 million in support of faculty research, student scholarships and hands-on learning experiences.
  • Amgen contributed $950,000 to enhance the university’s science programs and to foster collaboration with educational partners from other area universities, community colleges and high schools.
  • Donors committed $388,000 in gifts and pledges for naming opportunities within the John Spoor Broome Digital Teaching Library, currently under construction and expected to open in 2008.
Gift Commitments 2005/06
New Gifts $2,346,867
New Pledges 3,341,721
Testamentary Commitments 0
Native American and Local Government Contributions 0
Total $5,688,588
Grants and Contracts Revenue 2005/06
Federal $2,108,482
State and Local 1,391,278
Non-Governmental 0
Total $3,499,760

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Charitable Gift Receipts
New Gifts $2,346,867
Pledge Payments 418,429
2005/06 Total $2,765,296

Charitable Gifts:
A 3-Year History
2003/04 $1,484,633
2004/05 $1,961,572
2005/06 $2,765,296

Charitable Gifts by
Gift Disbursement
Operations 60.57%
Campus Improvement 18.86%
Endowment 3.84%
Unrestricted 16.74%
Other 0%

Charitable Gifts by
Source of Gift
Alumni 0.24%
Other Individuals 28.39%
Foundations 9.60%
Corporations 48.02%
Other Organizations 13.75%


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