A survey of students in the College of Agriculture and Home Economics at New Mexico State University indicated they chose to attend this university rather than another primarily because of proximity, availability of specific areas of study, favorable college reputation, and lower living costs and in-state tuition.

"Good teachers, " " favorable student/teacher relationships," and "good variety of courses" were identified by students as the most important factors which should be emphasized to prospective recruits from high school seniors.



recruitment, student surveys

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