Colleges & Universities

Hedge Funds Support College Students

Supporting Students Seeking Higher Education

Colleges and universities throughout the country invest approximately $157 billion in hedge funds to help hold down tuition costs, support students on scholarships, and fund educational opportunities. These investments particularly help students who might not otherwise be able to attend college.
The University of Utah Endowment invests

$237 MILLION

in hedge funds to support 34,424 students, high-quality instructors, and programming.
The University of Kentucky Endowment invests

$285 MILLION

in hedge funds to help hold down tuition costs and fund educational opportunities for its more than 31,000 students.
The Furman University (SC) Endowment invests

$130 MILLION

in hedge funds to support its 2,567 students and operations.

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Small and Mid-Size Businesses

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Retirement Plans

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Foundations & Nonprofits

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