Awards
2010 Winners

Category 1: Private Research/Doctoral Institutions

Overall Performance
Brown University (R.I.)

Overall Improvement
Southern Methodist University (Texas)


Category 2: Public Research/Doctoral Institutions

Overall Performance
The College of William and Mary
Louisiana State University
University of Colorado Foundation
University of Missouri-Columbia

Overall Improvement
East Carolina University (Va.)
Stony Brook University-SUNY
University of Missouri-St. Louis


Category 3: Private Comprehensive Institutions

Overall Performance
Mills College (Calif.)
North Central College (Ill.)
Queens University of Charlotte (N.C.)
University of Evansville (Ind.)

Overall Improvement
Maryville University of St. Louis (Mo.)

Category 4: Public Comprehensive Institutions

Overall Performance
California State University, Fresno
Pittsburg State University (Pa.)
Texas State University, San Marcos

Overall Improvement
Texas A&M International University
University of Maryland, University College
University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Category 5: Private Liberal Arts Institutions

Overall Performance
Centre College (Ky.)
Smith College (Mass.)
Vassar College (N.Y.)
Washington and Lee University (Va.)

Overall Improvement
Oberlin College (Ohio)
Washington and Lee University (Va.)


Category 6: Public Liberal Arts Institutions

Overall Performance
United States Military Academy (N.Y.)

Overall Improvement
Missouri Western State University


Category 7: Private Professional or Specialized Institutions

Overall Performance
Baylor College of Medicine (Texas)
Concordia Seminary, St. Louis (Mo.)

Overall Improvement
No Awards


Category 8: Public Professional or Specialized Institutions

Overall Performance
University of Maryland, Baltimore

Overall Improvement
Medical College of Georgia


Category 9: Private Two-Year Institutions

No Awards


Category 10: Public Two-Year Institutions

Overall Performance
SUNY Westchester Community College

Overall Improvement
Clark College (Wash.)

Category 11: Secondary Boarding or Boarding/Day Schools with Less than 2,500 Alumni

Overall Performance
No awards

Overall Improvement
The Purnell School (N.J.)


Category 12: Secondary Boarding or Boarding/Day Schools with More than 2, 500 and Less than 5,000 Alumni

Overall Performance
Cate School (Calif.)

Overall Improvement
No Awards


Category 13: Secondary Boarding or Boarding/Day Schools with More than 5,000 Alumni

Overall Performance
The Taft School (Conn.)

Overall Improvement
St. Paul's School (N.H.)


Category 14: Secondary Day or Day/Boarding Schools with Less than 2,500 Alumni

Overall Performance
No Awards

Overall Improvement
Oakwood Friends School (N.Y.)


Category 15: Secondary Day or Day/Boarding Schools with More than 2,500 but Less than 5,000 Alumni

Overall Performance
No Awards

Overall Improvement
St. George's School (R.I.)


Category 16: Secondary Day or Day/Boarding Schools with More than 5,000 Alumni

Overall Performance
No Awards

Overall Improvement
Marist School (Ga.)


Category 17: Elementary/Secondary Day Schools with Less than 2,000 Alumni

Overall Performance
The Browning School (N.Y.)

Overall Improvement
No Awards


Category 18: Elementary/Secondary Day Schools with More than 2,000 but Less Than 3,000 Alumni

Overall Performance
No Awards

Overall Improvement
No Awards


Category 19: Elementary/Secondary Day Schools with More than 3,000 but Less Than 4,000 Alumni

Overall Performance
Collegiate School (N.Y.)

Overall Improvement
St. Mark's School of Texas


Category 20: Elementary/Secondary Day Schools with More than 4,000 Alumni

Overall Performance
Lovett School (Ga.)

Overall Improvement
No Awards


Category 21: Elementary Day Schools with Less than 1,500 Alumni

Overall Performance
No Awards

Overall Improvement
No Awards


Category 22: Elementary Day Schools with More than 1,500 Alumni

Overall Performance
Greenwich Country Day School (Conn.)

Overall Improvement
No Awards


Category 23: Non-Independent Schools

Overall Performance
No Awards

Overall Improvement
No Awards

 

2010 Sustained Excellence in Educational Fundraising

This award recognizes those few exemplary fundraising programs that have garnered a CASE-WealthEngine Award for Educational Fundraising in either Overall Performance or Overall Improvement in three of the last five years.

East Carolina University (N.C.)
Greenwich Country Day School (Conn.)
Purnell School (N.J.)
Washington and Lee University (Va.)