A new correspondent writes: >Why do community colleges mail catalogs to everyone? It seems like a lot>of expense for something that's unlikely to generate a lot of new students. This is a very live issue on my campus. It's a tough one, because beliefs are held strongly, and almost entirely without evidence. Most community colleges that I know of produce several different types of publications for public consumption. The most common are 1. Catalogs2. Course Schedules3. Flyers
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