The Department of Education also accused Harvard University, Yale University, and Stanford University of failing to disclose the funding and resources provided by these foreign donors.
Georgetown dismissed the allegations and maintain that the report misconstrues the nature of Georgetown’s foreign relationships and financial reports.
The report scrutinizes the Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding (AMCU), an academic center housed in Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, among other gifts.
“Georgetown carefully reviews all gifts to ensure they are in alignment with our values and our educational objectives and retains full authority over expenditure decisions,” said ACMCU director Dr. John Esposito in an email to The Hoya. “