2005-2006 Annual Report on External Support to the CSU

California State University, East Bay

Contribution Highlights:

  • Former CSU Trustee Stanley Wang endowed the first professorship in the university’s history. The Wang Family Professorship will support faculty recruitment in the College of Business and Economics.
  • The campus was awarded a $1.7 million grant to create a bachelor's degree nursing program in Contra Costa County. The grant, the largest donation ever made to the university's nursing department, will sponsor 20 students a year over the next three years adding 60 new RNs to the health care workforce.
  • Up to 25 reentry students who are enrolled in the Program for Accelerated College Education will be eligible for a scholarship of $2,000 to cover their education fees through a $50,000 gift awarded by the Bernard Osher Foundation.
Gift Commitments 2005/06
New Gifts $1,913,428
New Pledges 448,050
Testamentary Commitments 869,000
Native American and Local Government Contributions 0
Total $3,230,478
Grants and Contracts Revenue 2005/06
Federal $18,486,762
State and Local 4,322,961
Non-Governmental 2,631,030
Total $25,440,753

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Charitable Gift Receipts
New Gifts $1,913,428
Pledge Payments 3,247,271
2005/06 Total $5,160,699

Charitable Gifts:
A 3-Year History
2003/04 $1,838,853
2004/05 $4,760,454
2005/06 $5,160,699

Charitable Gifts by
Gift Disbursement
Operations 32.06%
Campus Improvement 62.43%
Endowment 3.69%
Unrestricted 1.82%
Other 0%

Charitable Gifts by
Source of Gift
Alumni 11.19%
Other Individuals 6.03%
Foundations 62.92%
Corporations 15.25%
Other Organizations 4.61%

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Last Updated: January 19, 2007