Stewardship, Fiscal Year 2009

Statement of Activities

 

Total Long-Term Investments

 

Total Assets at End of Fiscal Year

 

Net Assets at End of Fiscal Year

 

Giving by Constituency

 

Alumni Giving

 

Giving Year-to-Year

 

Did you know?September 1, 2008 – August 31, 2009

 

Statement of Activities, FY2005 – 2009

Did you know?

In 1975, Columbia agreed to purchase the 600 S. Michigan Ave. building for $1,325,000, with a $150,000 down payment. Remodeling cost $1 million.

Statement of Activities
Total Long-Term Investments

(Fair Value; August 31)
Did you know?

In 1967 the college adopted new by-laws for board members and a $100,000 fundraising goal. The budget was fixed at $375,000 with $400,000 in expenditures.

Total Long-Term Investments
Total Assets at End of Fiscal Year

(August 31)
Did you know?

In 1967, the library had 10,000 books. By 1968, that had doubled. Hubert Davis was the first head of the library.

Total Long-Term Investments
Net Assets at End of Fiscal Year

(August 31)
Did you know?

In 1967, the budget was fixed at $375,000 with $400,000 in expenditures.

Net Assets at End of Fiscal Year
Giving by Constituency, FY09

Did you know?

In 1975, a shortfall in state and federal funding caused a drop in enrollment of 100 students and $125,000 in lost revenue. The board of trustees increased their giving $200,000 to make up the deficit.

Giving by Constituency
Alumni Giving

FY09
Did you know?

In June 1969, 68 students graduated.

Alumni Giving
Giving Year-to-Year

(Total Contributions Annually)
Did you know?

In 2007, the college launched the Campaign for Columbia, and giving nearly doubled.

Giving Year-to-Year