Little-known amendment allows contributors' names to be kept secret
By Ralph K.M. Haurwitz
Wednesday, August 02, 2006
When somebody gives the University of Texas money, the university routinely keeps the donor's name to itself.
By contrast, Texas Tech University, when asked, routinely provides donors' names, unless they have asked for anonymity. Texas A&M University takes yet another approach, asking donors when they make contributions whether they want their names disclosed or kept under wraps."