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ERIC Number: ED096895
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974-Apr
Pages: 31
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Enrollments in Oregon's Public and Independent Colleges and Universities. Actual and Projected Enrollments 1966 Through 1984. Report No. 10-74.
Westine, John G.
This report presents enrollment projections for Oregon's 39 public and private institutions of higher education. An analysis of the summary data indicate: (1) Enrollments in Oregon's colleges and universities are expected to increase by 24,380 full-time equivalent (FTE) students or 24 percent during the next 11 years (1973-74 to 1984-85). (2) In the next 11 years, community colleges will experience a greater numerical and percentage increase in student enrollment than will the public 4-year and the private and independent colleges. The community colleges are expected to increase by 22,526 FTE students or 62 percent; the public 4-year colleges and universities by 952 FTE students or 2 percent; and the private and independent colleges and universities by 902 FTE students or 7 percent. (3) The proportion of Oregon's college enrollments provided for by the public 4-year colleges and universities and the private and independent colleges and universities will continue to decline, although the rate of decline is decreasing as community college enrollment begins to level off. Statistical data is included. (MJM)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data
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Authoring Institution: Educational Coordinating Council, Salem, OR.
Identifiers - Location: Oregon