Top 2014 recipients of Koch foundation cash

California and Virginia, with 15 schools each, account for the greatest number of schools receiving Koch foundation contributions, federal tax documents for 2014 show.

They’re followed by Georgia and North Carolina (14 schools each); Pennsylvania and Texas (12 each); Illinois (10); Florida, Kansas and New York (nine each); and Ohio and South Carolina (eight each).

Below are those schools that received at least $25,000 in Koch foundation funding last year:

School State Money received Foundation making contribution
George Mason University Virginia $16,761,330 Charles Koch Foundation
Florida State University Florida $626,247 Charles Koch Foundation
The Catholic University of America District of Columbia $610,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Creighton University Nebraska $300,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Troy University Alabama $298,500 Charles Koch Foundation
Indiana University Indiana $291,500 Charles Koch Foundation
West Virginia University West Virginia $239,025 Charles Koch Foundation
Arizona State University Arizona $230,700 Charles Koch Foundation
Florida Southern College Florida $200,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Southern Methodist University Texas $192,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Brooklyn Law School New York $150,000 Charles Koch Foundation
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill North Carolina $139,100 Charles Koch Foundation
Ohio State University Ohio $132,000 Charles Koch Foundation
University of Kentucky Kentucky $119,500 Charles Koch Foundation
University of Wisconsin Wisconsin $99,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Wake Forest University North Carolina $87,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Purdue University Indiana $84,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Texas A&M University Texas $84,000 Charles Koch Foundation
The George Washington University District of Columbia $70,062 Charles Koch Foundation
Claremont Graduate University California $70,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Patrick Henry College Virginia $68,500 Charles Koch Foundation
Utah State University Utah $65,000 Charles Koch Foundation
University of Indiana Indiana $60,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Clemson University South Carolina $55,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Ohio State University Ohio $52,228 Charles Koch Foundation
Emporia State University Kansas $50,000 Fred C. & Mary R. Koch Foundation
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts $49,990 Charles Koch Foundation
Regent University Virginia $45,500 Charles Koch Foundation
Florida Gulf Coast University Florida $42,000 Charles Koch Foundation
California State University California $41,100 Charles Koch Foundation
College of Charleston South Carolina $40,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Duke University North Carolina $40,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Stanford University California $40,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Grove City College Pennsylvania $36,500 Charles Koch Foundation
University of Missouri, Columbia Missouri $36,000 Charles Koch Foundation
New York University New York $35,500 Charles Koch Foundation
Hillsdale College Michigan $35,000 Charles Koch Foundation
San Jose State California $30,000 Charles Koch Foundation
University of Arkansas Arkansas $30,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Kansas State University Kansas $30,000 Fred C. & Mary R. Koch Foundation
College of William and Mary Virginia $29,960 Charles Koch Foundation
North Dakota State University North Dakota $27,500 Charles Koch Foundation
Christopher Newport University Virginia $27,000 Charles Koch Foundation
Claremont McKenna College California $27,000 Charles Koch Foundation
James Madison University Virginia $26,000 Charles Koch Foundation

Sources: Internal Revenue Service tax filings.

Note: Contributions to George Mason University include those earmarked for the Institute for Humane Studies, a nonprofit research institute affiliated with the school.