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Hodges, Timothy D.; Barbuto, John E., Jr. – College and University, 2002
Sampled 49 students in a structured telephone interview to ascertain factors that are most instrumental to high school seniors when selecting postsecondary institutions. Found some differences between urban and rural students' influencing factors. (EV)
Descriptors: College Choice, Comparative Analysis, Decision Making, Enrollment Influences
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Pratt, Phillip; Evans, David – College and University, 2002
Parents and matriculating students responded to identical survey items about the college selection process. Analysis of paired responses indicated that parent and student perceptions of the college selection process were too inconsistent to conclude that parents' information would be useful in understanding their children's decision to attend…
Descriptors: College Choice, Decision Making, Higher Education, Information Sources
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Espinoza, Suzanne; Bradshaw, George; Hausman, Charles – College and University, 2002
Examined the attitudes of high school counselors toward one flagship university in a western state. Found that counselors rated the flagship institution more favorably on factors that they consider of lesser importance in college selection, and less favorably on factors that they consider more significant as they advise students. (EV)
Descriptors: College Choice, Counselor Attitudes, Evaluation Criteria, High Schools
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O'Neill, Kevin J.; George, Catherine C.; Willson, Victor L.; Courville, Troy G.; McGee, Jennifer L.; Amado, Alfred J.; Tanguma, Jesus; Walker, David L. – College and University, 2002
Explored why 30 percent of students admitted to graduate programs in Texas A & M University's College of Education did not register. Found that non-registrants selected universities to which they did not have to relocate or commute too far, and which responded promptly with acceptance decisions and financial aid offers. (EV)
Descriptors: College Attendance, College Choice, Decision Making, Enrollment Influences
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