The Harvard School of Dental Medicine has surpassed its $8 million capital campaign goal, reaching $10.1 million in donations during the four-year campaign.
University President Drew G. Faust said financial aid fundraising is still a significant priority for campaign organizers.
Fiscal Year 2017 marks the fourth consecutive year that the University has raised over $1 billion, according to data from the Council for Aid to Education.
The campaign garnered contributions from donors representing every Harvard school and every Harvard and Radcliffe class from 1933 to the present.
Rogers, who assumed the role in 2007, helped oversee the first University-wide capital campaign, which launched in Sept. 2013 and is set to conclude at the end of June.
Boston developer Ronald M. Druker has donated $15 million to the Harvard Graduate School of Design to renovate and expand Gund Hall, its 45 year-old Quincy St. home.
Since its launch in 2015, Harvard Law School has raised $365 million for its capital campaign.
With a year still remaining in its record-shattering capital campaign, Harvard has raised $8 billion in donations.