ERIC Number: ED246716
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983-Dec
Reference Count: 0
Out-of-State Institutions of Higher Education Operating in the State of Maryland. Academic Year 1983-1984. Postsecondary Education Research Reports. [Fifth Annual Report].
Sabatini, John, Comp.
Information is presented on out-of-state institutions operating in Maryland during the 1982-1983 academic year, courses and programs, enrollments by institution, and the locations of the courses. Institutional changes since the preceding academic year and the current status of approved institutions are also identified. Fifteen out-of-state institutions were approved to operate at 36 separate off-campus locations. Two new schools were approved to operate in Maryland during the year covered: Neumann College and Western Conservative Baptist Seminary. The 36 sites approved include: 13 county and private schools, 8 private organizations, 6 federal agencies, 4 naval installations, 4 military bases, and 1 church. Of the 15 institutions requesting approval, 14 were granted full approval for 1 year and one was granted approval for the fall semester only. Twelve are private colleges and three are public. Overall, these institutions enrolled an estimated 2,612 during the fall 1983 semester, 69 percent at the graduate level, and 31 percent at the undergraduate level. The universities accounting for the most enrollments were George Washington University, the University of the District of Columbia, Florida Institute of Technology, Central Michigan University, and American University. (SW)
Descriptors: Compliance (Legal), Enrollment Trends, Extension Education, Geographic Location, Graduate Study, Higher Education, Off Campus Facilities, School Location, State Standards, State Surveys, Undergraduate Study
State Board for Higher Education, 16 Francis Street, Annapolis, MD 21401.
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Maryland State Board for Higher Education, Annapolis.
Identifiers: Maryland; Out of State Institutions
Note: For reports of previous years, see ED 184 477, ED 197 646, and ED 225 447.