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College-age population projections and enrollment estimates in Illinois to 1977

Peter P. Klassen

College-age population projections and enrollment estimates in Illinois to 1977

a report to the State of Illinois Higher Education Commission.

by Peter P. Klassen

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Published in [Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Universities and colleges -- Illinois

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    ContributionsIllinois. Higher Education Commission
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLA267 K45
    The Physical Object
    Pagination46 leaves.
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14734636M

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Bachelor ’ s degrees awarded per 1, of population, –twenty year olds in the population (ϫ 10,), and projections to Sources: NCES and Bureau of the Census (see Data Author: Richard A Cooper.

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- appointment book, (Continued on next pa^e) Long-run Planning for Undergraduate-Higher Education Capacity Needs 19 National Center for Educational Statistics estimate of $27 billion capital outlays over the same 9 yr for all institutions of higher education (including graduate enrollment expansion) [36] but seems plausible in light of adjustments by: 2.

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The university B committee made projections using estimates of the percentage of faculty over age 70 who would continue to work each year after uncapping: 75 percent (low) and 90 percent (high). regional base for students in areas with declining college-age population—may need fewer faculty in the future and not plan to replace all.

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Beginning indata include Alaska resident population only. Population data for through are from decennial censuses. Age data for later years are estimates of population for July 1, but race data are from decennial censuses through Population data for and are consistent with the Census, as : National Center For Education Statistics.

this shift on student enrollment, college choice and institutional financial assistance policies. As a college-age students, the channeling of financial aid to individual students, increasing competition institutional research and enrollment projections. The enrollment-management model in.

Annual Estimates of the Resident Population: Estimates The estimates are based on the Census and reflect changes to the April 1, population due to the Count Question Resolution program and geographic program revisions.

Enrollment increases may be affected both by population growth and by rising rates of enrollment. Between andthe number of to year olds increased from million to million, and the percentage of to year olds enrolled in college rose from 34% to 39%.

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Estimates since are based on the Agricultural Resource Management Survey (ARMS) data from milk producers. Estimates for through are based on the and estimates for through are based on the ARMS data from milk producers.State figures on the uninsured are unavailable for the current enrollment period, but DHHS has compared nationwide enrollment in the first quarter of with average enrollment in and Over that period, the share of uninsured fell by one-third, from 20 percent to 13 percent of the U.S.

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