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Yarbrough, Marianne, The Administration of Auxiliary
Services in Texas Public Universities: Analysis and
Proposed Integrated Model. Doctor of Philosophy (Higher
Education), May, 1994, 255 pp., 27 tables, 3 illustrations,
bibliography, 628 titles.
The problem of this study was to develop a model for
the administration of auxiliary enterprises in Texas higher
education as a cooperative effort of administrators and
input from other sources. The purposes were to determine
which administrators currently have the responsibility for
the management of auxiliary services, to evaluate the
correlation between the type of administrator and the
concern for fiscal and student needs, to identify problems
and opportunities for useful administration, and to develop
a model integrating the strengths of each administrator and
the implementation of new ideas to improve auxiliary
A survey instrument consisting of three types of
questions was mailed to both Vice Presidents of Fiscal
Affairs and Student Affairs at all 26 four-year public
institutions in Texas. Part I questions were informational,
designed to determine who administers auxiliary services.
Part II consisted of 20 questions on a Likert scale to
obtain both opinions on the theories of the research, and
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Yarbrough, Marianne (Marianne June). The Administration of Auxiliary Services in Texas Public Universities: Analysis and Proposed Integrated Model, dissertation, May 1994; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc278759/m1/3/: accessed January 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .