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ERIC Number: ED109961
Record Type: Non-Journal
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Planning for Changing Demographic Trends in Public and Private Institutions.
Hollander, T. Edward
Institutions of higher education face a critical turning point in enrollment. How they respond will determine their future role in our society. This document gives a detailed analysis of the impact of demographic trends on individual institutions, especially as the trends affect the relationship of public to private higher education. This document attempts to assess these trends and their implications for institutions in New York State. Topics covered are: (1) present enrollment trends; (2) population trends in New York State: prospects for full-time undergraduate enrollment; (3) prospects for individual institutions, 1974-1990; (4) "holding power" of individual institutions; (5) extended mission needed; (6) the creative management of decline; and (7) implications for public policy. Tables give statistical information relating to (1) New York State Collegiate enrollments by sector and level--1963 and 1973; (2) live births for New York State 1956-1974; (3) New York State full-time freshmen enrollments (actual 1960-1972 and projected 1974-1990); (4) full-time undergraduate enrollments (actual 1960-1973 and projected 1974-1990); (5) full-time undergraduate enrollments 1973 actual and 1980 projected by sector, low series; (6) summary of expected enrollment changes of full-time undergraduates at 187 institutions in New York State. (Author/KE)
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Identifiers - Location: New York