Nine CWPA Institutions Rank on TheStreet.com's List of 10 Richest Colleges
NEW YORK, N.Y. -- TheStreet.com, a financial services website, recently released a list of the ten richest colleges in the United States with nine of the 10 institutions fielding a team in the Collegiate Water Polo Association.
Overall, the top eight teams in the rankings field a squad in the CWPA as Harvard University, Yale University, University of Texas, Princeton University, Stanford University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Michigan and Columbia University all have endowments of $7.8 billion or more.
The lone team in the rankings that
does not currently field a program in the CWPA is
Northwestern University, which has fielded a
collegiate club team in the league in the past.
Texas A&M Univiersity completes the Top 10 as the Aggies boast an endowment of $7 billion.
List of 10 Richest College (Endowment Size)
1. Harvard University ($31.7 billion) (Men's/Women's Varsity)
2. Yale University ($19.4 billion) (Men's/Women's Collegiate Club)
3. University of Texas ($17.2 billion) (Men's/Women's Collegiate Club)
4. Princeton University ($17.1 billion) (Men's/Women's Varsity)
5. Stanford University ($17 billion) (Men's Collegiate Club)
6. Massachusetts Instiute of Technology ($9.7 billion) (Men's Varsity/Women's Collegiate Club)
7. University of Michigan ($7.81 billion) (Men's/Women's Collegiate Club/Women's Varsity)
8. Columbia University ($7.8 billion) (Men's/Women's Collegiate Club)
9. Northwestern University ($7.2 billion)
10. Texas A&M University ($7 billion) (Men's/Women's Collegiate Club)