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Balance Sheet 
 2010 Y2011 Y2012 Y2013 Y
Source Document12/31/201112/31/201212/31/201312/31/2013
(in thousands)    
Investments in real estate 
Wholly-owned properties, net 2,433,8442,761,7574,871,3765,199,008
Wholly-owned property held for sale 027,300014,408
On-campus participating properties, net 62,48659,85057,34673,456
Investments in real estate, net 2,496,3302,848,9074,928,7225,286,872
Cash and cash equivalents 113,50722,39921,45438,751
Restricted cash 26,76422,95636,79035,451
Student contracts receivable, net 5,7365,32414,1229,238
Other assets 51,147108,996117,874227,728
Total assets 2,693,4843,008,5825,118,9625,598,040
Liabilities and equity 
Secured mortgage, construction and bond debt 1,144,103858,5301,509,1051,507,216
Secured agency facility 101,000116,000104,00087,750
Unsecured notes NANA0398,721
Unsecured term loans 0200,000350,000600,000
Senior secured term loan 100,000NANANA
Unsecured revolving credit facility 0273,000258,000150,700
Accounts payable and accrued expenses 34,77136,88456,04665,088
Other liabilities 61,01177,840107,223110,036
Total liabilities 1,440,8851,562,2542,384,3742,919,511
Redeemable noncontrolling interests 34,70442,52957,53447,964
Common stock 6677251,0431,043
Additional paid in capital 1,468,1791,664,4163,001,5203,017,631
Accumulated earnings and dividends (249,381)(286,565)(347,521)(392,338)
Accumulated other comprehensive loss (5,503)(3,360)(6,661)(1,435)
Total American Campus Communities, Inc. stockholders' equity 1,213,9621,375,2162,648,3812,624,901
Noncontrolling interests - partially owned properties 3,93328,58328,6735,664
Total equity 1,217,8951,403,7992,677,0542,630,565
Total liabilities and equity 2,693,4843,008,5825,118,9625,598,040

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