Financials

Founded in 1953, the Intercollegiate Studies Institute is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization under the Internal Revenue Code. We rely on the financial support of the general public—individuals, foundations, and corporations—and receive no funding or other aid from any level of government.

ISI receives the highest possible ratings from both Charity Navigator (Four Stars) and GuideStar (Platinum Participant).

Report on the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019

Revenue, Gains, and Other Support

Contributions
$6,888,404
Programs
$175,401
Publication sales
$521,725
Investment Income
$228,363
Corporate Rent
$34,381
Satisfaction of Program Restrictions
 
Total Revenue and Support
$7,848,274

 

Program Expenses

Publications
$705,190
National Student Journalism
$1,472,911
Lectures and Debates
$138,429
Honors Scholars and Scholarships
$922,249
Membership Services
$669,602
Faculty Development
$189,657
Books
$771,410
Cosponsored Seminars
$433,913
Conferences
$846,254
 
Total Program Expenses
$6,149,615

 

Program Support Services
General and Administrative
$680,733
Development
$559,092

 

 
 
Total Expenses
$7,389,440

 

Increase in Net Assets from Operating Activities
$458,834