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State university X Receives 90 percent of its financial resources from the state and is overcrowded with students. It is trying to pass regulations to limit student enrollment. Private University Y receives 90 percent of its income from student tuition, and has barely enough students to make ends meet. It is actively recruiting students for next year. In which university will students have greater power? What implications will this have for professors and administrators? Discuss.
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In this particular scenario, University Y has greater power. This is because they are actively recruiting, and has much tuition coming in on a semester basis. The implications that this ...
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