Planning for Higher Education Journal

For Planners, That Shrinking Feeling

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From Volume 2 Number 5 | October 1973
By James J. Morisseau

Colleges and universities, for years accustomed to planning in a condition of steady, sometimes rapid growth, now find themselves planning in a period of stable or declining enrollments. The result is a whole new set of problems and approaches for institutional planners. That new reality was a major focus of attention at SCUP's 8th Annual International Conference in Toronto, cropping up not only in a panel devoted to the subject but in other conference sessions. This article summarizes some of the discussion highlights.

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