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Share of College Spending for Recreation Is Rising

A New York times article last week discusses trends in higher education funding and in spending priorities. Here is an excerpt:

“On average, spending on instruction increased 22 percent over the decade at private research universities, about the same as tuition, but 36 percent for student services and 36 percent for institutional support, a category that includes general administration, legal services and public relations, the study said.

“At public research universities, spending for student services rose 20 percent over the decade, compared with 10 percent for instruction.”

The full article is at:


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