The University of San Diego is committed to upholding the highest standards of honest behavior, ethical conduct and fiduciary responsibility with respect to university funds, resources and property. Following is an accounting of resources and activities by combined net asset categories for the fiscal year ending June 30.



Sources of 2012–2013 Revenue, Gains and Other Support

sources of 2012-2013 revenue, gains and other support


Operating Revenues, Gains and
Other Support

2012–2013 2011–2012 2010–2011
Tuition and fees $213,683,743 $214,754,779 $204,828,144
Grants and contracts 12,149,553 13,184,992 13,135,198
Contributions 21,542,128 30,524,106 24,092,508
Investment income, net 61,387,888 (25,280,925) 56,188,351
Sales and services of auxiliary enterprises 47,183,248 46,851,157 45,244,622
Athletics, recreation and other 4,312,247 3,757,361 3,554,966
Total Operating Revenues, Gains and
Other Support
$360,258,806 $283,791,471 $347,043,789

Operating Functional Expenses

Educational and program expenses $173,998,051 $164,419,657 $156,904,648
Auxiliary enterprise expenditures 40,849,444 41,978,481 40,004,828
Management and general expenses 54,950,962 58,279,266 56,836,909
Total Operating Functional Expenses $269,798,457 $264,677,404 $253,746,385

Increase in Combined Net Assets

Unrestricted net assets $75,765,949 $8,520,053 $54,419,295
Temporarily restricted net assets 11,288,689 1,430,515 30,000,818
Permanently restricted net assets 3,405,711 9,163,499 8,877,291
Overall Increase (Decrease) in Net Assets $90,460,349 $19,114,067 $93,297,404



Financial Aid Awarded *

(millions of dollars/number of students)

Financial Aid Awarded

* Includes parent loans



Fall Enrollment

Degrees Awarded

Enrollment Degrees Awarded



Since its founding, the University of San Diego has achieved distinction on many levels. It has outstanding faculty and exceptional students, innovative undergraduate and graduate programs, centers and institutes, acclaimed community outreach efforts and competitive men’s and women’s athletic programs. The generous support of donors has helped make the university a preeminent institution of Catholic higher education.



2012–2013
Sources of Total
Philanthropic Support

56.3%
Foundations
12.5%
Alumni
10.5%
Corporate
9.9%
Parents
7.0%
Community/Friends
2.8%
Other Donors
1.0%
Faculty/Staff

2012–2013
Designations of
Philanthropic Commitments

22.9%
Buildings
16.0%
School of Leadership and Education Sciences
12.7%
School of Nursing
11.4%
General Scholarships/Financial Aid
10.7%
Athletics
6.7%
School of Business Administration
5.4%
Restricted Unassigned
5.4%
Other Restricted
3.5%
School of Law
2.9%
College of Arts and Sciences
1.2%
Unrestricted
1.2%
School of Peace Studies

Philanthropic Commitments to USD *

Grants and Contracts

Philanthropic Commitments to USD Grants and Contracts

Endowment Fund

Endowment Fund

* Figures are unaudited and subject to change. Final year-end results may vary from those reported here.