The University’s endowment increased in value by 1.35 percent in fiscal year 2020, ticking up from $1.779 billion to $1.803 billion.
The number of freshman international applications fell by 19.1 percent this year as domestic applications saw a slight increase.
Higher education experts said Biden’s actions will have a significant impact on international student recruitment and finances.
The endowment increased in value by 1.35 percent in FY 2020, which ran from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020, from $1.779 billion to $1.803 billion.
The alumni join hundreds of experts selected to advise the incoming administration as they prepare to lead the federal government beginning Jan. 20.
President Donald Trump announced he has fired alumnus Mark Esper as defense secretary, who will be replaced by alumnus Christopher Miller.
Officials also declined to say how how the pandemic has affected the number of parent donations last fiscal year.
Former U.S. Ambassador John L. Loeb Jr. donated $2.5 million in 2016 to create the Loeb Institute for Religious Freedom.