In July and December, billionaire MacKenzie Scott announced nearly $6 billion in gifts to colleges and various nonprofit and charitable organizations. She did not specify how much each college or university received, but many schools have disclosed the sums. The total earmarked for higher education exceeds $800 million.

Here’s what we know about these historic gifts, with the sums rendered in millions of dollars. Sectors include historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs), Hispanic-serving institutions (HSI) and Tribal colleges and universities serving Native Americans. Some schools without official minority-serving designations are marked as public.

School
Sector
State
Gift $m
Prairie View A&M U.
HBCU
Texas
$50
Indian River State College Foundation
Public
Fla.
$45
North Carolina A&T State U.
HBCU
N.C.
$45
Howard U.
HBCU
D.C.
$40
Morgan State U.
HBCU
Md.
$40
Norfolk State U.
HBCU
Va.
$40
Santa Fe College
Public
Fla.
$40
Texas A&M International U.
HSI
Texas
$40
Borough of Manhattan Community College
HSI
N.Y.
$30
Hampton U.
HBCU
Va.
$30
Lehman College (City U. of New York)
HSI
N.Y.
$30
Virginia State U.
HBCU
Va.
$30
Winston-Salem State U.
HBCU
N.C.
$30
Alcorn State U.
HBCU
Miss.
$25
Bowie State U.
HBCU
Md.
$25
Claflin U.
HBCU
S.C.
$20
Delaware State U.
HBCU
Del.
$20
Lincoln U.
HBCU
Pa.
$20
Morehouse College
HBCU
Ga.
$20
Palo Alto College
HSI
Texas
$20
Spelman College
HBCU
Ga.
$20
Tuskegee U.
HBCU
Ala.
$20
U. of Maryland Eastern Shore
HBCU
Md.
$20
Xavier U. of Louisiana
HBCU
La.
$20
Clark Atlanta U.
HBCU
Ga.
$15
Elizabeth City State U.
HBCU
N.C.
$15
Mount Saint Mary’s U.
HSI
Calif.
$15
Northeast Community College
Public
Neb.
$15
Walla Walla Community College
Public
Wash.
$15
West Kentucky Community and Technical College
Public
Ky.
$15
Navajo Technical University
Tribal
N.M.
$12
Whittier College
HSI
Calif.
$12
Turtle Mountain Community College
Tribal
N.D.
$8
Tougaloo College
HBCU
Miss.
$6
Dillard U.
HBCU
La.
$5
Institute of American Indian Arts
Tribal
N.M.
$5
Voorhees College
HBCU
S.C.
$4
Blackfeet Community College
Tribal
Mont.
unknown
Chief Dull Knife College
Tribal
Mont.
unknown
Lake Area Technical College
Public
S.D.
unknown
Mitchell Technical College
Public
S.D.
unknown
Salish Kootenai College
Tribal
Mont.
*unknown

Sources: MacKenzie Scott’s donation list and school officials

*Note: Some schools have described the magnitude of the gift but not the precise amount. Salish Kootenai College received a seven-figure gift (in the millions).

It is also worth noting that three scholarship organizations devoted to helping disadvantaged minority students go to college also received major gifts from Scott. They were the United Negro College Fund, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund and TheDream.us, which serves students who arrived in the United States as undocumented immigrants when they were children.

This chart will be updated.