|Series||BHE reports., R-3-82|
|Contributions||Connecticut. Board of Higher Education. Research Office.|
|LC Classifications||LB2328.6 .E48 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||83621385|
Information on employees in Connecticut's 22 public institutions of higher education in fall is presented. Comparisons are made to employment patterns as of fall Findings include the following: full-time employment in Connecticut public institutions was down percent in fall from 2 years earlier; the number of full-time minority employees also declined percent over the. 2, Education jobs available in Connecticut on Apply to English Teacher, Library Clerk, Educator and more! The Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee has cognizance of all matters relating to (A) the Board of Regents for Higher Education and the Office of Higher Education, and (B) public and independent institutions of higher education, private occupational schools, post‑secondary education, job training institutions and programs, apprenticeship training programs and adult job. Information on employees in Connecticut's 22 public institutions of higher education in fall is presented, along with comparative data for and employment patterns. Employment by the seven Equal Employment Opportunity Commission occupational categories is also analyzed. A separate section provides information on faculty employment, and data by institution for are included.
State Jobs and Employment. Resources to help you find a state job or information about state employment. Agency: Department of Administrative Services; Apply for State Job Openings. View job openings that interest you and follow the directions in each job opening to be considered further. Agency: Department of Administrative Services. In Connecticut, total enrollment—full-time and part-time—in all public and private higher education institutions amounted to , in fall About percent of these students were white. Hispanic students comprised approximately percent of the total postsecondary student population in Connecticut. Dec. 4, Counseling and Advocacy Services at Connecticut Higher Education Institutions (R) Nov. 13, Student Loan Debt Legislation in Connecticut and Other States (R) Sept. 20, Legislative History of Connecticut Public Higher Education Governance (R). Admissions Enrollment See also: Higher education enrollment statistics Between fiscal years and , full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollment in Connecticut's public postsecondary institutions increased by 2,, or n fiscal years and —expanding the timeline a bit—full-time enrollment in these schools increased by 10,, or percent.
Agency: Office of Higher Education; Colleges and Universities Search A college search tool that allows students to learn about Connecticut's colleges and universities, and narrow their search to identify public and private colleges that offer a desired program or field of study. Agency: Office of Higher Education. That the Department of Higher Education be required to study the feasibility of establishing a text book rental program for Connecticut's public institutions of higher education and that the department shall report its findings to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to higher education not. The sector includes federal, state and local employment, including public higher education and Native American casino employment on tribal land. Connecticut has recovered % of the jobs lost in. The following is a list of colleges and universities in the U.S. state of list includes all schools that grant degrees at an associates level or higher, and are either accredited or in the process of accreditation by a recognized accrediting agency.. The state's flagship public university is the University of Connecticut, which is also the largest school in the state.