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Married students at the University will begin receiving today a housing questionnaire from the Harvard Chapter of the American Veterans Committee. The questionnaire is a part of AVC investigation of the administration decision to cut off all subsdized housing for married students.
Roy F. Gootenberg '49 1PA, AVC chapter chairman, said yesterday that the group is trying to find out the needs of the student families at the University. Gootenberg added that the AVC hopes to find a way to facilitate the relocation of these families.
2,500 Will Be Polled
Prepared by a Social Relations instructor, the questionnaire will reach 2,500 married students in the University, including 150 at temporary homes.
Financial and academic effects of the announced reduction are also part of the questionnaire. The AVC wants to find out how students rate their present housing.
Gootenberg disclosed that the investigation, when completed, will be fully publicized and will be submitted to the administration for consideration.
Applicants are beng quizzed on whether they have been discouraged by the long delays. If they say that they are satisfied by their present homes, men are asked how long it took to get them.
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