Twenty-two tables convey the financial state of American colleges. This section includes data on tuition, endowments, research-and-development spending, and other resources and spending.
Institutions with endowments valued at less than $25 million decreased their effective spending rates, on average, by more than half a percentage point.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, which had the most NSF-supported spending, devoted half of those funds to computer science.
The Johns Hopkins University and the University of Washington led in such spending in the 2015 fiscal year.