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adult age group Appendix Atlanta University Center attend college bachelor's degree campuses Carnegie Commission staff Chart Claremont Colleges cluster colleges college graduates college-age population colleges and universities colleges by 1980 Commission's community colleges comprehensive colleges consortia decline degree-credit enrollment doctoral-granting institutions economies of scale educa enrolled in higher enrollment in two-year enrollment increases enrollment rates enter college estimates of needs external degree factors faculty members federal FTE student full-time equivalent graduate enrollment growth higher education included insti institutions of higher labor market large metropolitan areas less liberal arts colleges Lyman Briggs College median FTE enrollment ment occupational programs Office of Education open universities percent percentage policies population aged 18 postbaccalaureate enrollment private institutions private two-year colleges public institutions quartile recent reduce relatively retention rate rise specialized institutions student aid subcolleges Table tend tion total enrollment trends tuition two-year institutions type of institution U.S. Office undergraduate enrollment