Factbook: Financial Overview

Educational and General  
University Division: $602,843,245
CE/AES Division $82,826,004
Total Educational and General $685,669,249
Auxiliary Enterprises $294,554,992
Financial Assistance for E&G Programs $336,767,737
Student Financial Aid $19,705,847
Unique Military Activities $2,084,350
All Other Programs $4,624,417
Total $1,343,406,592

Virginia Tech Foundation Endowment Trend Analysis

Year (as of June 30) Market Value Per Student
2004 $370,811,010 $13,962
2005 $408,560,308 $15,310
2006 $447,404,748 $16,447
2007 $524,731,181 $18,972
2008 $527,629,109 $18,216
2009 $451,744,223 $15,130
2010 $502,379,593 $16,646
2011 $600,647,830 $19,619
2012 $594,776,124 $19,536
2013 $660,340,421 $21,435
2014 $796,436,874 $25,816

Other University Rankings

    Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine students use the Anatomage table.

Virginia Tech is consistently recognized for its value and the quality of its programs. These rankings represent a few of the broader measures of excellence that the university garners.