- College freshmen in 1970, 79 percent said their goal was developing a meaningful philosophy of life. By 2005, 75 percent said their primary objective was to be financially very well off.
- In 1970, 33,000 men and 2,000 women earned professional degrees; in 2004, the numbers were 42,000 men and 41,000 women.
- Among graduate students, 27 percent had at least one foreign-born parent. The number of foreign students from India enrolled in American colleges soared to 80,000 in 2005 from 10,000 in 1976.
That reflects in the the indian rickshaw bumper sticker message
"Mulgi Shikli, Pragati Jhali" (Development with Women Education)
A nice bumper pic by Joyjeet