The Virginia Tech Foundation makes a positive impact locally, regionally, and globally by leveraging its assets to advance the university’s land grant values—discovery, learning, and outreach. The foundation manages assets valued at over $2.6 billion of which $1.68 billion is held in the endowment.
Virginia Tech Foundation properties play a significant role in the university’s strength in two ways. First, they offer students and faculty state-of-the-art facilities for experiential learning and entrepreneurship. Second, the investments are a strong insulation against market vagaries and enable the tolerance of calculated risk in other parts of the foundation portfolio. The foundation owns more than 2 million square feet of property across 2,500 acres.
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