Dartmouth College’s assets grew to $5.7 billion in the fiscal year ended June 30 as the organization returned 7.5%.
The results bring its 10-year returns to 10.7%.
“This strong performance will help keep Dartmouth on a solid footing for future generations,” Rick Kimball, chair of the board’s investment committee said in a statement.
Dartmouth’s assets were up 3.6% from a year earlier, but it did not return as high as 2018, where the institution experienced 12.2% returns.
Benchmark and asset allocation information was not provided, as they will be revealed in the college’s annual endowment report, due in November, according to spokesperson Amy Olson.
Dartmouth’s investment office was unable to be reached for comment.