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Cost of Attendance Report for 1997

Attachment A

Chart 7: Projections of the College-Relevant Population
Age Cohorts Living in Connecticut to 2020

  18 to 24
Years of Age
25 to 34
Years of Age
1990 Actual 336,000 584,000
1995 Estimated 272,000 516,000
2000 Projected 259,000 423,000
2005 Projected 292,000 378,000
2010 Projected 320,000 394,000
2015 Projected 328,000 439,000
2020 Projected 310,000 470,000

Graph of Chart 7: Projections of the College-Relevant Population Age Cohorts Living in Connecticut to 2020

Data from Population Projections For Connecticut And Its Municipalities By Age And Sex: 1995-2020. Series 95.1. Published by the Office of Policy and Management. September, 1995. Page 9.


Table of Contents

Introduction
Trends and Challenges
Who Are Our Students?
How Much Does It Cost to Go to College in Connecticut?
Can Connecticut Students Afford to Pay?
How Does Financial Aid Work?
Are Our Colleges Able to Meet Need?
Are Connecticut Public Colleges Affordable?  
Conclusions and Recommendations

End Notes  
Attachment A

Attachment B
Attachment C
Attachment D
Attachment E 

 


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