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BY THE NUMBERS

FINANCIALS

2

**Does not include the value of the Booth gift.

*Center for Research in Security Prices (CRSP),

including data subscriptions and investable indexes.

FUND-RAISING

Chicago Booth remains financially strong. Total revenues increased to $320 million,

and the school ended the 2017 fiscal year with a net operating surplus of $24 million.

CHICAGO BOOTH I DEAN’S REPORT 2016 –17

Revenues

(in millions)

2013–14

2014–15

2015–16

2016–17

Tuition and Fees (net of

scholarships and fellowships)

$145

$149

$151

$159

Executive Education Fees

21

22

21

20

CRSP*

29

31

33

40

Endowment Distribution

29

30

37

34

Current Use of Gifts

26

42

46

54

Other Income

15

14

15

13

Total Revenues

$265

$288

$303

$320

Expenses

(in millions)

Faculty, Teaching, Research

$69

$73

$75

$81

Centers and Initiatives

28

30

33

36

MBA, PhD, and Nondegree

Executive Education Programs

65

72

76

78

Alumni/Development, IT,

and Other Administrative

33

36

41

40

Ancillary Business

7

7

7

7

University Assessments

26

28

28

30

Space and Facilities

14

16

15

15

Debt Service

0

0

0

0

Total Expenses

$242

$262

$275

$286

Net Operating Surplus

before Depreciation

$23

$26

$28

$34

Depreciation

(8)

(9)

(9)

(10)

Net Operating Surplus

$15

$17

$19

$24

Fund-Raising

(in millions)

2013–14

2014–15

2015–16

2016–17

Endowment**

$710

$734

$702

$795

Return on Endowment

13%

5%

-2%

11%

Fund-Raising Progress**

$62

$51

$107

$69

Annual Fund

$6

$6.3

$7.7

$9