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1.

RESPONDENT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (1)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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DECK CONSTANT (1)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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TYPE OF INSTITUTION

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

4.

INSTITUTION'S LEVEL HIGHEST DEGREE OFRED

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

5.

IS INSTITUTION A PRESTIGE INSTITUTION

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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IS INSTITUTION CO-ED OR ONE SEX?

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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RELIGIOUS AFFLIATION OF INSTITUTION

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

8.

IS INSTITUTION A NEGRO INSTITUTION

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

9.

SIZE OF THE INSTITUTION

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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GEOGRAPHIC REGION OF INSTITUTION

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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1.SEX

1. Sex

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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2.AGE AT LAST BIRTHDAY

2. Age at last birthday

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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3.RACE

3. What is your race?

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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4.AMOUNT OF FORMAL EDUCATION

4. Please indicate the amount of formal education you have. Check only the highest level (i.e., mark only one alternative.)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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5.TOTAL INCOME LAST YEAR

5. Please estimate your total family income last year. Consider annual income from all sources before taxes.

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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6.RELIGIOUS AFFLIATION

6. What is your religious affiliation?

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

17.

7.PROTESTANT AFFLIATION

7. What has been your main Protestant denominational affiliation?

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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8.RELNSHP B/T PERSONAL/INSTIT AFFLIATION

8. Which of the following statements represents the relationship between your personal religious affiliation (as marked in questions 6 and 7 above) and that of the institution on line 1 of the first page? ... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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9.PREVIOUS GOVERNING BOARD MEMBERSHIPS

9. On how many college or university governing boards have you previously served exclusive of your present board membership(s)?

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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10.HOW LONG A MEMBER OF FIRST BOARD CITED

10. How long have you been a member of the board entered on line 1 of the first page?

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

21.

11.NUMBER CORPORATE BOARDS MEMBERS OF

11. Of how many corporation boards whose shares are traded on a stock exchange have you been a member over the past five years?

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

22.

12.NUMBER MISCELLANEOUS BOARDS MEMBER OF

12. Exclusive of college governing and corporation boards, of how many other boards have you been a member over the past five years (e.g., board of education, church, cultural affairs, scouts, community service, etc.)? ... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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13.HOME RESIDENCE AND INSTIT LOCATION

13. Your institution (line 1 of page 1) and home residence are in:

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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14.RECEIVE DEGREE FROM FIRST INSTITUTION

14. Did you receive a degree from the institution listed on line 1 of page 1? (Please mark only one answer).

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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15.EXECUTIVE OF CORP ON STOCK EXCHANGE

15. Are you an executive of a corporation whose shares are traded on a stock exchange?

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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16.OCCUPATION

16. Indicate the one category which best describes your primary occupation. (If retired, indicate your former occupation.)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

27.

1A.ATTENDANCE AT INSTITUTION A PRIVILEGE

1a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -Attendance at this institution is a privilege, not a right.... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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2A.ACADEMIC APTITUDE IMPORTANT CRITERION

2a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -In making admissions decisions, academic aptitude should be... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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3A.FACULTY HAS RIGHT TO EXPRESS OPINION

3a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -Faculty members should have the right to express their opin... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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4A.ADMIN RIGHT TO CONTROL STUDENT NEWS

4a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -The administration should exercise control over the content... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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5A.SPEAKERS SHOULD BE SUBJECTED SCREENING

5a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -All campus speakers should be subject to some official scre... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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6A.FACULTY SHOULD BE REPRESENT GOV BOARD

6a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -There should be faculty representation on the governing boa... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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7A.DEMONSTRATING STUDENTS BE EXPELLED

7a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -Students who actively disrupt the functioning of a college ... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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8A.GRADING SYSTEM SHOULD BE CHANGED

8a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -The grading system now in use needs to be modified. ... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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9A.THSE WHO DNT RSEARCH AR QUALIFD TCHRS

9a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -An active research interest is a prerequisite for good unde... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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10A.VALUE OF PHD OVERMPH IN RECRUITING

10a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -The value of the Ph.D. (or Ed.D.) is overemphasized in rec... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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11A.INSTIT SHLD SOLV CONTEMP SOC PROBLMS

11a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -The institution should be actively engaged in solving cont... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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12A.TEACHING ABILITY MOR IMPT THN PUBLHNG

12a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -Teaching effectiveness, not publications, should be the pr... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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13A.INST SHLD SERV AS CULTR CENTER REGION

13a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -The institution should serve as a cultural center for the ... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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14A.CURRICULUM ACCOMMODATE DIVERS ABILITY

14a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -The curriculum should be deliberately designed to accommod... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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15A.INSTITUTION CONCERNED PERSONAL VALUES

15a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -The institution should be as concerned about the personal ... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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16A.STUDENTS SUBJECT TO UNIV/LOCAL DISCP

16a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -Students involved in civil disobedience off the campus sho... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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17A.MORE PROFESS EDUCATORS BOARD TRUSTEES

17a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -There should be more professional educators on the board o... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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18A.PRES BE MEDIATOR RATHER THAN LEADER

18a. Please indicated the extent of your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements, as they apply to the institution indicated in line one of the first page. -The more appropriate role of the college president is that... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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19A.HIGHER EDUCATION BE FOR EVERYONE

19a. The following series of statements refer to higher education in general. In responding to these statements, do not limit your frame of reference to the institution on line one of the first page (as in the previous series), but instead... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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20A.IT IS REASONABLE EXPECT LOYALTY OATHS

20a. The following series of statements refer to higher education in general. In responding to these statements, do not limit your frame of reference to the institution on line one of the first page (as in the previous series), but instead... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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21A.REL COMITNT INS DISNT PRVNT ACAD STD

21a.The following series of statements refer to higher education in general. In responding to these statements, do not limit your frame of reference to the institution on line one of the first page (as in the previous series), but instead,... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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22A.FEDERAL MONEY MEANS FEDERAL CONTROL

22a. The following series of statements refer to higher education in general. In responding to these statements, do not limit your frame of reference to the institution on line one of the first page (as in the previous series), but instead... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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23A.CURRICULUM SUFFERS FACULTY SPECLZATN

23a. The following series of statements refer to higher education in general. In responding to these statements, do not limit your frame of reference to the institution on line one of the first page (as in the previous series), but instead... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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24A.DISVNTGD BE ADMITED EVEN IF BLOW NORM

24a. The following series of statements refer to higher education in general. In responding to these statements, do not limit your frame of reference to the institution on line one of the first page (as in the previous series), but instead... (view details)

Taken from: College Trustees Study, 1968.

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