Ivy League Colleges: Tax-Exempt Government Contractors or Educational Institutions?

From: Real Clear Policy

Subsidizing the Ivy League

By Adam Andrzejewski


3. In monetary terms, the “government contracting” business of the Ivy League ($25.27 billion in federal contracts and grants) exceeded their educational mission ($22 billion in student tuition) FY2010–FY2015.

4. The eight colleges of the Ivy League received, on average, more money ($4.31 billion) annually from the federal government than sixteen states.


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