ERIC Number: ED221132
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982
Reference Count: 0
Minority Servicing Institutions: A Status Report.
Berrian, Albert H.; And Others
A series of tables contains data reflecting the extent to which the national higher education system and its several subsystems serve minority groups. Tables include: a roster of historically and predominantly black institutions, with classification (public, private, and proprietary), founding year, degree level, academic calendar, and tuition; faculty rank totals for men and women at those institutions; 1980 library holdings and expenditures; 1980 income from tuition, endowment, state and federal aid, and gifts; expenditures (total, instruction, research, and academic support); a list of institutions with less than 35 percent but more than 500 black students, including percentages; a list of predominantly Hispanic institutions, with classification, founding year, degree level, academic calendar, and total enrollment; institutions in transition (35 percent or more Hispanic), including classification, founding year, degree level, total enrollment, and percentage Hispanic; institutions with less than 35 percent but more than 500 Hispanic students; and predominantly Indian institutions, including classification, founding year, degree level, and total enrollment. Notes on departmental accreditation of traditionally black colleges, critical factors that develop black leaders and leadership development activities, and institutional classification of colleges and universities are appended. (MSE)
Descriptors: Academic Rank (Professional), Accreditation (Institutions), American Indians, Black Colleges, Black Students, College Faculty, College Students, Degrees (Academic), Departments, Enrollment Rate, Expenditures, Federal Aid, Financial Support, Higher Education, Hispanic Americans, Income, Leadership, Library Acquisition, Minority Groups, State Aid, Tuition
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Numerical/Quantitative Data
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: United Negro College Fund, Inc., New York, NY.; Institute for Services to Education, Inc., Washington, DC.