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

    Aerospace Engineering students Mark Palframan and Chris Kevorkian prepare the unmanned aerial vehicle SPARRO for a test flight at Kentland Farm.

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.