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Volume

15

Issue

3

Publisher

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Abstract

In many states the early years of this new century have brought new and varied challenges for higher education, the least of which is not ever-tightening institutional budgets. In this light it becomes prudent to utilize those resources we do have to their best and fullest extent. In many colleges and universities those resources are often allocated, to some extent, based on either a direct or indirect measure of student enrollments; numbers, for better or worse, are often king.

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