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College Enrollment #280494

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 17, 1982
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(Studio) Findings of National Institute of Independent Colleges and Universities on declining enrollment noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Delaware, Ohio) [Brookings Institution spokesperson David BRENEMAN - anticipates large no. of private schools folding.] Survey findings outlined on screen. [American Univ. president Richard BERENDZEN - considers situation that of national parochialism.] Anticipated decline in college age population by 1990's graphed on screen; Ohio Wesleyan Univ. cited as example [Laid off teacher, James ELIOPULOS, Ph.D. - blames economy] Contrasting enrollment at Ohio State Univ. noted. [Student Melissa FOWLER - explains choosing state univ. over private school.] [Sienna College spokesperson Harry WOOD, Hartwick College spokesperson Bill SAMUELSON - cite recruiting competition.] [BRENEMAN - comments on private schools.] General status of private college enrollment considered.
REPORTER: Bill O'Reilly

Reporter(s):
Dean, Morton;
O'Reilly, Bill
Duration:
00:03:40

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