Why aren't there any data of poor income universities data?
Wealth inequality grows among US universities, study finds http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2015/04/16/wealth-gap-among-colleges-widens-study-says/u53Maafs52zZTa5viWKcOK/story.html?hootPostID=eabcf0e2979e19341bf455ee5591e361
This article shows about the situation of 10 richest public and private universities in the US with spacific data about its income. The data is from Moody's from 2014. The most richest university in the US is Harvard University, the income is $42.8 billion. Second university is University of Texas System, $36.7 billion. Our school, State University of New York is also ranked 13th in the ranking of rich public university. The author of this article described that these universities receive their more than 70% of revenue from students' tuition. The tuition of universities and colleges expect community college in the US is really expensive. Therefore they depend on tuition from students to be rich school.
On the other hand, I just noticed this article's content and its title is irrelevant. This article said the wealth gap among US universities, but I noticed there are no data about the poor universities. There are some descriptions about poor schools; however most of content is about the detailed situation of rich university. For example, some university get generous donations, and trend of public universities situation. Then I see this title, I just thought this is the comparison article among rich and poor schools. But my expectation didn't hit at all. So this article should change the name of this title.
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