Higher Education: Resources and Finance

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TABLE 48-2 Educational and General Expenditures*
Size of
enrollment
General
administration
Student
services
Public
services and
information
Instruction,
departmant
research, and
specialized
educational
activities
Operation
and
maintenance
of physical
plant
200-60010.58.85.448.415.6
601-1,0009.78.66.151.216.5
1,001-1,4007.99.86.349.614.7
1,401 and more6.010.04.152.118.8
*All figures are median percentage of total educational and general expenditures.
Source: The National Federation of College and University Business Officers Associations, A Study
of Income and Expenditures in 60 Colleges: A Summary Report, 1953-1954
, pp. 38-39

FOOTNOTES
1
California State Department of Education, The Study of the Need for Additional Centers of Public Higher Education in California, 1957, pp. 83-84; ibid., A Report of a Survey of the Needs of California in Higher Education, 1948, p. 19; and ibid., A Master Plan for Higher Education in California, 1960-1975, p. 13.
3
Haverford College Bulletin, vol. 53, no. 2, October, 1954, pp. 6-10.
4
Harvard Crimson, Oct. 10, 1957.
5
Reference lost--unable to check.
6
Johns Hopkins University, Report of the President, 1957, pp. 7-8.
7
See V. R. Alden, "College Administration in a Rapidly Changing Economy," Association of American Colleges Bulletin, December, 1957, pp. 9-11.
7a
The New York Times, Sept. 21, 1958.
8
The Evaluation of Higher Institutions, part VII, Finance, 1935, pp. 13 and 15.
9
Ibid., pp. 26-28 and 63, 64; A. T. Hill, The Small College Meets the Challenge, 1959; McEwen and Synakowski, "Planning for College Enrollment for Academic Efficiency," Journal of Higher Education, June, 1954, p. 304; The New York University Self-study: Final Report, 1956, appendix B, pp. 23-24; Future Size of Small Liberal Arts College: President's Report, Bowdoin College, 1953-54, p. 24; T. C. Bannister (ed.), The Architect at Mid-Century, I, 1954, p. 317; G. F. Zook, "Standards of Accrediting Agencies," in W. S. Gray (ed.), Needed Readjustments in Higher Education, V; A. S. Knowles, "Emerging Features of Higher Education," The Educational Record, October, 1957, pp. 329-335; A. O. Pfinister, "Missouri Undertakes a State Wide Study," ibid., pp. 341-343; D. A. Lockmiller, "Enrollment Trends and the Independent and Church-related Colleges of Tennessee," ibid., pp. 343-351; A. T. Hill, "What Is a Non-accredited College?" ibid., p. 350; A Report of a Survey of the Needs of California in Higher Education, 1948, pp. 19-20; Business Week, June 8, 1957, on Swarthmore College; J. A. Perkins, "Government Support of Public Universities and Colleges," The Annals, Higher Education Under Stress, September, 1955, pp.109-110; The Educational Future of Columbia University, 1957, p. 17.

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