College freshmen distancing themselves from religion

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c. 2014 USA Today

(RNS) This year’s college freshmen are less concerned with their religious identity and more concerned about their future job prospects.

Or at least that’s according to an annual survey, The American Freshman, released recently by the Cooperative Institutional Research Program of the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA. The survey included responses from more than 153,000 college freshmen at 227 schools nationwide.