ERIC Number: ED125498
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976
Reference Count: N/A
A Comparative Study of the Five Historically Black Constituent Institutions of the University of North Carolina.
North Carolina Univ., Chapel Hill.
The deficiencies of five traditionally black institutions are examined in an attempt to remedy those deficiencies. Examined are: general institutional characteristics, financial and physical resources, capital, physical facilities, students, faculty and administration, academic programs, libraries, and computing resources. The principal conclusion is that there is no discrimination in the patterns or levels of state budgetary support that is adverse to the historically black institutions. Moreover, the basic comparability in state budgetary support for the two groups of historically white institutions is found to be a situation that has prevailed for a considerable span of years. (Author/KE)
Descriptors: Administration, Black Colleges, Curriculum, Educational Assessment, Educational Finance, Educational Improvement, Facilities, Faculty, Higher Education, State Aid, Students
The University of North Carolina, General Administration, P.O. Box 2688, Chapel Hill 27514
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: North Carolina Univ., Chapel Hill.
Identifiers - Location: North Carolina