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Educating for Citizenship

The 2016 Annual Report

September 1, 2015 - August 31, 2016

Educating for Citizenship

President's Message

We must rededicate ourselves to make sure that – now more than ever – our work makes a difference for everyone in our society. That, after all, is what real citizens do.

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—Susan Fuhrman
President, Teachers College

Year In Review

The Campaign

Make This Your TC Moment

We must become citizen-philanthropists who use every means to engage others in our social and professional circles in doing the work we consider most important. 

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—Suzanne M. Murphy
Vice President for Development & External Affairs

Honor Roll of Donors

Alumni Engagement

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Teachers College’s Campaign, Where the Future Comes First, connects our passionate TC alumni citizens around the world with TC and one another. There’s a great conversation going on and we want to include your voice!

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—Rosella Garcia
Senior Director, Alumni Relations

Worldwide Events


First Time Alumni Donors


Regional Groups


International Area Network Representatives


Teachers College Trustees, Officers, Senior Staff & Councils.

Trustees Honorary & Emeriti Trustees TC Officers & Senior Staff President's Advisory Council Alumni Council Campaign Committee 21st Century Leaders

Financial Statement Highlights

The accompanying financial statements have been prepared on the accrual basis of accounting in accordance with standards established by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) for external reporting. 

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