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Planning for North Carolina Higher Education

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The 1963 North Carolina General Assembly and state Advisory Budget Commission will face questions of policy and appropriations for public higher education operations in the coming session. With higher enrollment, proposals have been made for the creation of three additional senior colleges to be state supported and fifteen comprehensive community colleges. It is also suggested that the state and federal levels pay 65 percent while the local governments pay 15 and the student fees 20 percent.