Higher Education: Resources and Finance

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INDEX
Academic Marketplace, The, 680-681
Admissions, 564-565
Alabama, analysis of burden, capacity, effort, achievement, 378-379
enrollment increase, 32
Alden, Vernon, 577-578
AMA, 258-259
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 316-317
American Asociation of College Registrars and Admissions Officers, 171
American Association of Land-grant Colleges and State University Association, 120
American Association of University Professors, 657, 664
American Council on Education, 180, 316, 513, 569
American Institute of Architects, 656
Amherst College, 649
faculty salary increases, 69, 639, 648-649
tuition increases, 69
and scholarships, 245
Antioch College, 537
Arizona, analysis of burden, capacity, effort, achievement, 379-380
Arkansas, analysis of burden, capacity, effort, achievement, 380-381
Arnett, T., 424
Association of American Universities, 124, 337
Association of Claremont Colleges, 77, 598
Association of Colleges of the Mid- west, 588
Athletics, intercollegiate, 109
Attrition, 174, 565-566, 583
Augusta College, 114
Austin, Bruce, 383
Bard, Peter, 551-552
Barron's487
Becker, Gary, 45
Bennington College, 203
Bowdoin College, 102
Bowles, Frank, 183, 212, 267
Branscomb, Harvie, 570
Brigham Young University, 210
Bronfenbrenner, M., 650
Brown, J. Douglas, 217-218
Brown University, 493-494
Bryn Mawr College, 66
Budd, Edward, 132, 133
Budget, capital, operating, 20
projected, 20-32, 149
Bump, B., 431
Bundy, McGeorge, 682
California, 586, 601, 620
analysis of burden, capacity, effort, achievement, 381-383
competition between public and private institutions, 103, 234

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