Who Should Pay?

Millett, John D.
October 1972
Journal of Higher Education;Oct1972, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p509
Academic Journal
The article aims to discuss the gap between the cost of higher education and income available to higher education. It informs that activities of a college or university are divided for budgetary purposes that includes educational and general, auxiliary enterprises and student aid. It proposes a five-fold classification including instruction and general, separately budgeted research, public services, auxiliary services and student aid. It identifies the practice of considering all higher education income and expense as one undifferentiated mass available for all the activities of higher education as bad budgeting and bad law.


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