Planning for Higher Education Journal

Non-Traditional Studies: The Pattern is Diversity

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From Volume 3 Number 2 | April 1974
By James J. Morisseau

One response to the new climate in higher education has been a proliferation of what has to come to be termed "non-traditional" studies. These new and pattern-shattering programs, aimed at attracting and holding college-age students and at tapping a new student audience among older people, were the subject of a three-day conference held last November in Glens Falls, New York, by the New York State Education Department. Highlights of the conference and some implications for planners are offered in the following article.

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