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THE CAMPAIGN FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Launched by USC President C. L. Max Nikias in 2010, the Campaign for the University of Southern California has already surpassed $3 billion just three years into its quest for $6 billion.
The single largest gift in the history of USC came from Dana and David Dornsife to name the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. Their $200 million gift supports the academic heart of USC.
W. M. KECK FOUNDATION
$150 million to name Keck Medicine of USC
$141 million for various university programs
JOHN AND JULIE MORK
$110 million for undergraduate student scholarships
ANDRE YOUNG AND JIMMY IOVINE
$70 million to start the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy
PRICE FAMILY CHARITABLE FUND
$50 million to name the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
$50 million for the USC Ming Hsieh Institute for Research on Engineering Medicine for Cancer
$50 million for Wallis Annenberg Hall
Historic gift to create the USC Kaufman School of Dance
Giving by Source
44% From corporations, foundations and other organizations
40% From alumni and parents
16% From other individuals
USC alumni have contributed more than $1 billion to the campaign.
Giving by Donors
23 donors giving $25 million or more
45 donors giving $5 million to $24,999,999
195 donors giving $1 million to $4,999,999
3,365 donors giving $25,000 to $999,999
19,364 donors giving $1,000 to $24,999
199,219 donors giving less than $1,000
Nearly 82,000 of the more than 219,000 campaign donors to date are alumni.
One of the top priorities is a university-wide initiative to recruit transformative faculty, research groups and institutes.