"The Globe's analysis found that Kerry's advantage increased slightly among employees of independent four-year schools. On the campuses of 136 independent colleges or universities, Kerry outdid Bush in fund-raising by a 3-to-1 margin. At 117 public schools, his advantage was a little better than 2 to 1.
Kerry enjoyed big fund-raising advantages over Bush in the Ivy League ($269,385 to $28,851) and the Big 10 Conference ($134,861 to $31,500), which is dominated by large state universities in the Midwest. About half of Kerry's Ivy League money came from Harvard. From Yale University, which both candidates attended, Kerry collected $33,800 in contributions, Bush's $1,000. Bush did have an edge in the Southeastern Conference ($59,350 to $28,400), which consists primarily of large state schools, and the Big 12 Conference ($77,135 to $37,613) in the West, one-third of whose members are in Bush's home state of Texas. In the entire University of Texas system, Bush also outdid Kerry, $42,700 to $17,650."
Democrats lead 9-1 in the Ivies, 4-1 in the Big Ten, and 30-1 at Yale. Bush leads 2-1 in the SEC.
This shows that despite the claims of those whiny conservatives at Duke, there really IS ideological diversity on campus, as long as you are willing to switch regions of the country to find it.