The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 6, 1971 · Page 60
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Most educators agree that veterans returning to college should create a gradual enrollment increase until the mid-70s, and the post-Korean baby boom should hit the colleges aboput 1978. They then expect enrollments to begin leveling off about 1980. •.-,, While enrollments at the major universities have risen from 20 to 35 per cent in the past five years, new students at junior colleges iri the six states have skyrocketed from 200 to 300 per cent. Major school officials see-the advent of the junior college as a blessing, and do not look upon them as competitors. • "The University of Missouri looks very favorably on junior colleges and the functions tlie'y are performing," Tom Richter, the university's public relations director says. "Our desire is- to do everything we can to cooperate with them because of the mutual benefits. There .is "no evidence that the junior college enrollments have had any material effect on enrollments.,'at the Columbia campus." •'} Richter added the university would be "hard put to handle all the demands on public higher education" without the help of the junior colleges. : ';; Junior 1 college officials echo this opinion. '"^ Dr. William Baley, assoclafe superintendent .of Iowa's junior college program, says "We ape extremely enthusiastic about area schools and their potential for the future. Through tjiis program, we can serve between 60 and 80 per cent of the people in our state who liave never had an opportunity to receive higher education previously.";,, KANSAS CITY/ (AP) — Enrollment in Big Eight schools five years ago, and estimates of this,fall>enrollment: 1966 1971 University of Missouri (4 campuses) 37,210 48,000 University of Kansas * L; (2 campuses) 14,605 18,373 Kansas State University .<, 11,285 14,800 Oklahoma State University ;• 16,003 19,000 University of Oklahoma 15,471 18,300 University of Nebraska , •' (campuses) (x) 17,051 34,900 Iowa State University 15,183 19,500 University of Colorado ; T: 15,691 21,000 TOTALS 142,499 193,073 (x) 1971 figures include Omaha campus, which did not join University system until 1968, | Reservation Is 9 j The Largest * j WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (APJ — There are about 1,000 mile^ of paved roads criss-crossing the vast Navajo Reservation. 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