Education: Statistics

Last week Dr. Raymond Walters, new president of the University of Cincinnati, issued his annual survey of U. S. college enrolments. His figures cover 438 approved colleges and universities, whose 855,863 students, part and fulltime, represent 80% of the total in all U. S. higher institutions. Dr. Walters finds this total enrolment 7% under 1931 but greater than 1927, "so that the plateau of higher education in this country is substantially maintained."

Columbia University gave way to New York University as the nation's biggest, with a grand total of 27,682 to N. Y. U.'s...

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