USF breaks previous record, collects over $151M in gifts

The University of South Florida has reported a record-breaking year of fundraising, receiving over $151.8 million worth of gifts in fiscal year 2021-22. That’s the most generous level of support in the institution’s nearly 70-year history.

This year’s collection also marks the fourth consecutive year that philanthropic gifts have surpassed $100 million.

“Our university has a history of setting ambitious goals and surpassing expectations,” USF President Rhea Law said in a statement.

“I want to convey my deep gratitude to the thousands of USF donors who made this remarkable, record-setting achievement possible. It demonstrates how our community is investing in USF

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