ERIC Number: ED257327
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1985-May
Reference Count: N/A
Utilization of Residence Hall Facilities, Fall 1984 with Trends from Fall 1975. Report No. 9-85.
State Univ. of New York, Albany. Office of Institutional Research and Analytical Studies.
Detailed fall 1984 data, and summary data for fall 1975-1984, are presented in parts 1 and 2 of this 3-part document on the utilization of residence hall facilities at campuses of the State University of New York (excluding community colleges). In addition to trend data for each college and college type, graphic displays of percent utilization of residence hall facilities are provided. The five tables for fall 1984 are: (1) aggregated data that describe the original capacity of the residence hall facilities, the permanent and temporary adjustments of this original capacity, and net available space and actual utilization; (2) detailed data concerning the types of utilization of net available space, with resident student utilization as well as other types of utilization arrayed in categories; (3) resident student utilization arrayed by type of institution, type of accommodation, and rate paid by students; (4) displays by institution, the distribution of resident assistant bed rental waivers, total student occupancy, and the ratio of resident students to resident assistants; and (5) total student occupancy (the resident student factor with which the number of authorized bed rental waivers is calculated). A brief narrative summary of the data and definitions are also included. Part 3 of the document is an Office of Institutional Research publications list. (SW)
Descriptors: Annual Reports, College Housing, Comparative Analysis, Dormitories, Facility Utilization Research, Higher Education, Multicampus Colleges, On Campus Students, Resident Assistants, State Universities
State University of New York Office of Institutional Research and Analytical Studies, Albany, NY. 12222
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Albany. Office of Institutional Research and Analytical Studies.