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The changing character of college accessibility
The components of change in freeaccess higher education
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1968 Percentage 30 percent access college access to higher accessibility factors accessible higher education accessible institution branch campuses California central cities Chicago and St college accessibility College closings college in 1958 college relocation colleges and universities community colleges commuting distance counties coverage in 1958 Coverage Quotient demographic effect established expanded extent free-access higher education Free-access in 1958 free-access institutions fringe areas growth increased selectivity institutions in 1958 Junior College large number largest leges lived within commuting lllinois located low-cost major cities major metropolitan areas Metropolitan Statistical Areas Mexican Americans Midwest million national average negative factors non-free-access nonmetropolitan areas North Carolina Northeast past decade percent in 1958 Percentage within commuting population coverage population density population within commuting private colleges problems proportion public four-year colleges public two-year colleges Puerto Ricans residents South stitutions Table tion Total Type A colleges type of community Universal Opportunities urbanization West Willingham