Harvard’s endowment is a dedicated and permanent source of funding that maintains the teaching and research mission of the University. Established in 1974, Harvard Management Company invests these funds as a single entity, the revenue from which contributes more than one-third of the University’s annual operating budget. Made up of more than 13,000 individual funds invested as a single entity, the endowment’s returns have enabled leading financial aid programs, ground-breaking discoveries in scientific research, and hundreds of professorships across a wide range of academic fields.
Asset allocation as of June 30, 2022. All information is as per the most recent annual report or other publicly available data via the fund's website