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At Emory U., a private school in Atlanta, the
majority of students finish their studies within
the traditional four-year period, said C.R.
A Nicolaysen, Emory's registrar.
"Our conclusion is that this is primarily
because of the nature of Emory University. We
are a highly professional, degree-oriented
program," Nicolaysen said.
Emory doesn't offer many night school
programs, he said. Part-time students enrolled
in such programs tend to lower a school's rates
by taking longer to complete their degrees.
Ann Corbett, registrar at the U. of Maine,
said because of the high number of non-
traditional students at her school, a four-year
student there is rare.
"Most students take an average of 6.5 credits
per semester, so it takes about double the
length of time to get an associate's degree or a
bachelor's degree," Corbett said.
The four-year student at California State U.,
Fresno, is so rare the school doesn't even
calculate a four-year graduation rate, said
Jeannine Raymond, acting director of
institutional research at CSU, Fresno.
Raymond said 36 percent of the entering
class of 1984 graduated in five years. Sixty-one
percent finished after eight.
In contrast, the numbers are consistently
high at Brown U., a private school where
graduation rates range from 77.8 percent after
four years to 94.2 percent after six.
And at the U. of Notre Dame, the four-year
rate is even higher - about 88 percent, said
Mary Jean Johnson, director of Notre Dame's
institutional research department.
But some students say staying in school an
extra year or two has its advantages.
"I'm glad I'm in school," said Frank Endom,
an Emory senior who is in his eighth year of
college. "I get to stay in school and wait the
' recession out. Nobody I know has realjobs. I'm
three courses away from completing three
The recession and poor job market also
played a role in Clint Coover's decision to
spend five years at K-State.
"I'm still in school because I know I can't get
a job," Coover said. "I could have graduated a
semester earlier than I will, but I decided to go
ahead and take nine hours my last semester and
just stay in school because it's cheaper to stay in
school than it is to go out and try to find ajob."
Blaine Elliott, a student at the U. of North
Carolina at Greensboro, said he would be
lucky to graduate in six years, partially
because of financial considerations.
But the extra time doesn't bother him.
"I'm in no big hurry, and I have no
problem taking (my) time," Elliott said
Mark Engler, The Kansas State Collegian,
Kansas State U., and Mary Beth Jannakos, The
Campus Press, U. of Colorado, contributed to this
contact hours with students in class," said George Reeves,
interim provost at the U. of South Carolina.
"That would be like saying you can judge a lawyer's hours
by how much time he spends in court. There's a lot of work
behind the scenes."
The "assessment movement" is a result of public skep-
ticism about the work that goes on at universities, said Pat
Hutchings, director of the American Association of Higher
must examine all facets of their work. 1The num er o nours
in class isjust the tip of the iceberg," she said.
"I work seven days a week and put in at least nine to 10
hours a day," said Harold Lunde, professor of management
at Bowling Green U. He said some professors might leave
academia in lieu of teaching at institutions that de-
emphasize the importance of research. "I work as hard now
as I did as a senior executive forGeneral Motors," he said.
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