Quarterly Investment Report Feb. 29, 2012

            Amarillo College   
        Summary of Investments  
   28-Feb-12 28-Feb-12  
   Book Value Market Value  
 Equity Securities:     
 U.S. Common Stock     
 Equity Mutual Funds           3,251,335        3,632,235  
 Other Equity Securities (list)     
     Total Equities           3,251,335        3,632,235  
 Debt Investments >1 year:     
    Interest Only Strips     
    Principal Only Strips     
    Inverse Floaters0 0  
     Total Debt >1 year0 0  
 Short Term Investments:     
 U.S. Government     
 U.S. Government Agency           1,017,560        1,001,200  
 C.D.’s/B.A.’s          22,667,852      22,667,852  
 High Yield Deposit           6,017,679        6,017,679  
 A1/P1 Commercial Paper      
 Repurchase Agreements     
 US Treasury Note           1,561,406        1,505,400  
 TexPool           20,614,908      20,614,908  
 Other Money Market Funds & Pools     
 Bank Deposits      
 Cash Held at State Treasury     
 Other (list)      
     Total Short Term Investments         51,879,405      51,807,038  
 TOTAL INVESTMENTS:         55,130,739      55,439,274  
   March 14, 2012    
       Amarillo College employs First Southwest Asset Management Company for investment  
           advice with respect to our non-endowed local funds. Their address is 300 West 6th Street, 
           Suite 1940, Austin, Texas 78701. They do not have the authority to make investment  
           decisions or initiate transactions.     
       Amarillo College does not use soft dollar arrangements.    
       Amarillo College is associated with the Amarillo College Foundation. The market value of the investments of the
            Foundation at 2/28/12 was $29,368,511.48. The investments are managed by the Investment Committee of
            the Foundation, P.O. Box 447, Amarillo, Texas 79178.    
       The Amarillo College Board of Regents reviewed, updated and approved the Amarillo College Investment
            Policy at the September 27, 2011 Board of Regents meeting.