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ERIC Number: ED213314
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981
Reference Count: 0
UNCF Statistical Report of the Member Institutions, 1981.
Burnley, Maureen; Kirschner, Alan H.
The enrollment, financial, and academic trends at private black colleges in the early 1970s are compared with those of 1980-81. Data were obtained from the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Questionnaire, which is sent annually to each member institution, as well as from Scholastic Aptitude Test scores. Specific information is provided on: 1980 enrollments, admissions, high school grade point averages, courses taken in preparation for college, the enrollment of white students on UNCF campuses, male-female ratios, geographical distribution of UNCF students in 1970 and 1980, total faculty, faculty by degree, faculty salaries, total undergraduate and graduate degrees, fields of study, family income of prospective UNCF freshmen, financial aid sources, employment programs for students, institutional and state scholarships, loans, average cost to students, revenues and expenditures of UNCF institutions, and total endowments. Data are provided by specific schools. Among the specific findings are the following: 7.2 percent of blacks enrolled in four-year colleges in 1978 were enrolled in UNCF institutions; total fall 1980 enrollment at UNCF colleges increased 1.7 percent in the past year, from 43,901 in fall 1979 to 44,667 in fall 1980; the median enrollment for UNCF colleges in 1980 was 1,009; and 19 of the 41 UNCF colleges experienced enrollment increases between 1979 and 1980. (SW)
Descriptors: Black Colleges, Black Students, College Faculty, College Preparation, Colleges, Degrees (Academic), Educational Finance, Enrollment Trends, Expenditures, Financial Support, Graduate Study, Higher Education, Institutional Characteristics, Private Colleges, Student Characteristics, Student Financial Aid, Undergraduate Study
United Negro College Fund, Inc., 500 East 62nd Street, New York, NY 10021.
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: United Negro College Fund, Inc., New York, NY.