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What Makes a University Great? Americans Say Renowned Faculty, Top-Rank Research Center are Most Important, According to New Survey from IP Advocate
Date:8/11/2009

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  • Respondents in the lower income categories were more likely than their higher-earning counterparts to value a diverse student body - roughly one-fourth of those who earn under $25k and of those who earn $25k-$50k ranked diversity as most important, compared with 13 percent of those earning $50k-$75k, and 15 percent of those earning $75k+.

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    • Men were three times more likely than women to rank athletic program first, though it was still men's fourth choice overall (10 percent of men ranked athletics at the top, compared with 3 percent of women).

    The IP Advocate/Synovate survey has a margin of error of +/- 3 percent. For a full copy of the survey results and a graphic presentation of top-line data, email info at edgecommunicationsinc dot com.

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