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Statistics Of Land Grant Colleges And Universities by United States. Office of Education

Title Statistics of Land grant Colleges and Universities
Author United States. Office of Education
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1906
Category Agricultural colleges
Total Pages 86
ISBN UOM:39015008427489
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Statistics Of Land Grant Colleges And Universities by United States. Office of Education. Statistical Division

Title Statistics of Land grant Colleges and Universities
Author United States. Office of Education. Statistical Division
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1954
Category Agricultural colleges
Total Pages 86
ISBN CORNELL:31924071842359
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Statistics of Land grant Colleges and Universities
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1946
Category State universities and colleges
Total Pages 86
ISBN COLUMBIA:CU07720874
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Statistics of Land grant Colleges and Universities
Author George Lind
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1930
Category Education
Total Pages 150
ISBN OSU:32435020202016
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Statistics of Land grant Colleges and Universities
Author Maude Farr
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1952
Category State universities and colleges
Total Pages 141
ISBN OCLC:61597219
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Statistics of Land Grant Colleges and Universities Year Ended June 30 1949 Bulletin 1950
Author Maude Farr
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1950
Category
Total Pages 49
ISBN OCLC:1065767547
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This bulletin contains a report of 89 land-grant institutions for the year ended June 30, 1949. A preliminary report giving selected data from those institutions that had reported at that time was prepared and distributed at the meeting of the Association of Land-grant Colleges and Universities in Kansas City, Missouri, on October 25-27, 1949. The report included data from the annual reports on enrollments and degrees from 60 institutions, and on finances from 58 institutions. The land-grant colleges--so-called because public lands were granted to the States for their establishment or support--operate in each of the 48 States and in Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. In States maintaining segregated school systems, separate land-grant colleges have been established for Negro students. The second Morrill Act (1890) requires that each land-grant college and university make two reports annually: (1) a detailed statement by the treasurer of Federal appropriations received and disbursed; and (2) a report by the president regarding the condition and progress of the institution. The detailed statement by the treasurer was requested and made in the same form that has been used by the Office of Education for the past 13 years. The report by the president is requested in two parts and a supplement. Part I gives the number of staff members, variously classified, students, and degrees, by level and by field. Part II shows financial transactions and condition of the institution. The supplement details the funds received from the Federal Government, the total of which is carried in part II, the report on educational and general income of the institution. (Contains 19 tables and 1 footnote.) [This bulletin was prepared under the direction of Robert C. Story and in consultation with Frederick J. Kelly. Best copy available has been provided.].

Title Statistics of Land Grant Colleges and Universities Year Ended June 30 1955 Bulletin 1956
Author Neva A. Carlson
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1956
Category
Total Pages 87
ISBN OCLC:1065551001
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The present publication continues the series of annual statistical reports by the Office of Education on land-grant colleges, which first began for the academic year 1869-70. Data on enrollment, earned degrees conferred, income, expenditures, endowment, and physical plant facilities of the 69 land-grant colleges and universities for the year ended June 30, 1955 are presented in this bulletin. This series is distinguished, first, by its long history of 86 years, and second, by the scope of information regarding the individual colleges and universities in the land-grant group. To a greater extent than previously, the Office of Education is coordinating its data collection from the land-grant colleges and universities with the program of data collection from all institutions of higher education. This procedure facilitates comparisons with other groups of institutions and makes the data more useful generally. Certain features of the present report deserve mention. First, there is provided a summary of the numerous laws (dating from 1862) under which Federal funds are allotted to the land-grant institutions. Second, the text has been expanded to call the reader's attention to various important figures of the tables. Third, two new tables have been included on degrees conferred by the land-grant institutions (tables 10 and 11). Finally, data have been systematically introduced to show the relative magnitude of the land-grant component in American higher education. Thus, the 69 land-grant institutions, constituting 5.1 percent of the 1,344 4-year institutions of 1954-55, included 20.3 percent of the total resident college-grade enrollment in 4-year institutions in November 1954, conferred 39.3 percent of all doctoral degrees granted in the year ending June 30, 1955, and were responsible for 54.2 percent of all expenditures for organized (separately budgeted) research in the fiscal year 1955. The summary of legislation presented in the Appendix was prepared in consultation with Lloyd E. Blauch, John Hesphey, Walworth Brown, and Luke M. Schruben. (Contains 30 tables and 10 footnotes.) [This bulletin was prepared under the direction of Mabel C. Rice in consultation with Lloyd E. Blauch. Best copy available has been provided.].

Title Statistics of Land Grant Colleges and Universities Year Ended June 30 1950 Bulletin 1951
Author Maude Farr
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1951
Category
Total Pages 50
ISBN OCLC:1065550059
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is the final annual report of the 69 land-grant institutions for the year ended June 30, 1950. The institutions here reported are called land-grant colleges and universities because public land were grated to the States for their establishment or support. Some highlighted findings include: (1) Staff--There was an increase of 5.1 percent in the total number of full-time staff members in institutions for "white" students, and a 10.3 percent increase in staff in institutions for Negroes; (2) Students--The 1949-50 total enrollment of all students in the regular session in the institutions for white students shows a decrease under 1948-49 of 2.9 percent, while in the 17 institutions for Negroes, the decrease was 1.2%; (3) Degrees--The total number of degrees conferred in all fields increased above 1948-49, with the exception of women's bachelor's and first professional degrees, in which there was a decrease of 4.9 percent; (4) Income--In the 52 white institutions the total educational and general income for 1949-50 increased 6.5 percent over the income for 1948-49; (5) Expenditures--Total expenditures for educational and general expenses in the 52 white institutions increased 6.5 percent over the previous year, while total expenditures in the 17 institutions for Negroes increased 11.7 percent; and (6) Federal Funds--The total amount received from Federal funds decreased more than 13 million dollars from 1948-49, a decrease of 7.7 percent which is largely accounted for by the decrease in funds from the Veterans' Administration for student fees. (Contains 20 tables and 1 footnote.) [Prepared in consultation with Frederick J. Kelly. Best copy available has been provided.].

Title Statistics of Land Grant Colleges and Universities Year Ended June 30 1944 Bulletin 1946
Author Federal Security Agency, US Office of Education (ED).
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1946
Category
Total Pages 47
ISBN OCLC:1065778348
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For a number of years previous to the development of war conditions, a preliminary report on land-grant college statistics was issued in time for the fall meeting of the Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities. It was impossible to do this for the school year ending in June 1944 since the last report for that year was not received until February 24, 1945. The data are therefore being published in final form in this bulletin and will not be included as a separate section in the "Biennial Survey of Education, 1942-1944." The report for 1943-1944 shows the tremendous effect of the war on the land-grant institutions. Decreased civilian enrollment of men students, increased enrollment of women students, mounting income from all sources except student fees, and increased expenditures for every function are all shown in the summary table. Federal funds increased by 70 percent over 1942-43 due to the Army and Navy programs of training in these institutions. (Contains 15 tables.) [This bulletin was prepared under the direction of Lloyd E. Blauch, Specialist for Land-Grant Colleges and Universities and Francis G. Cornell, Chief, Research and Statistical Service. Best copy available has been provided.].

Title Statistics of Land Grant Colleges and Universities Volume 3 Issues 17 28
Author United States Office of Education
Publisher Arkose Press
Release Date 2015-10-06
Category
Total Pages 816
ISBN 134405644X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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