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Title: Enrollment in Florida's institutions of higher learning
Physical Description: v. : maps. ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Board of Regents
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Publisher: Office of the Board of Regents, State University System of Florida.
Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Creation Date: 1957
Frequency: annual
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Subjects / Keywords: Universities and colleges -- Statistics -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Fall 1957-
Issuing Body: Vols. for 1957-1963 issued by the Board of Control, without series designation.
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Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Title
    The board of control
        Page i
        Page ii
    Table of Contents
        Page iii
    Participating institutions
        Page 1
    Enrollment in all institutions of higher learning (by type)
        Page 2
    Enrollment in all institutions of higher learning (by type and sex)
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
    Enrollment in all institutions of higher learning (by county)
        Page 8
    Percentage of Florida students in Florida colleges and universities (by county)
        Page 9
    University of Florida (by county)
        Page 10
    Florida State University (by county)
        Page 11
    Florida A. & M. University (by county)
        Page 12
    Public junior colleges (by county)
        Page 13
    Private degree-granting institutions (by county)
        Page 14
    Private junior colleges (by county)
        Page 15
    All institutions of higher learning (by county)
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
    All institutions of higher learning (by state)
        Page 19
    University of Florida (by state)
        Page 20
    Florida State University (by state)
        Page 21
    Florida A. & M. University (by state)
        Page 22
    Public junior colleges (by state)
        Page 23
    Private degree-granting institutions (by state)
        Page 24
    Private junior colleges (by state)
        Page 25
    All institutions of higher learning (by state)
        Page 26
        Page 27
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ENROLLMENT
In Florida's Institutions
of Higher Learning










BOARD OF CONTROL TALLAHASSEE

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THE BOARD OF CONTROL







JAMES J. LOVE
Chairman
Quincy


S. KENDRICK GUERNSEY
Vice Chairman
Jacksonville


RALPH L. MILLER
Orlando


JAMES D. CAMP, SR.
Ft. Lauderdale


J. J. DANIEL
Jacksonville


WILLIAM C. GATHER
Miami


JOE K. HAYS
Winter Haven







J. B. CULPEPPER
Executive Director
Tallahassee

















Office of the Board of Control
Tallahassee, Florida
April 15, 1958



This report is designed to provide basic information
relating to collegiate enrollments in the public and
private institutions in Florida.

The continuing cooperation of the participating in-
stitutions is acknowledged, and appreciation is
expressed to the heads of those institutions for
their assistance.

Marion F. Buford, Assistant Director of Research in
the office of the Board of Control, has been responsible
for tabulation of data and for preparation of this report.


Myron R. Blee
Educational and Research Officer












CO NTENTS


Page No.

Participating Institutions 1

Enrollment in All Institutions of Higher Learning 2
(By Type)

Enrollment in All Institutions of Higher Learning 3
(By Type and Sex)

Enrollment in All Institutions of Higher Learning 8
(By County)

Percentage of Florida Students in Florida Colleges 9
and Universities (By County)

University of Florida (By County) 10

Florida State University (By County) 11

Florida A. & M. University (By County) 12

Public Junior Colleges (By County) 13

Private Degree-Granting Institutions (By County) 14

Private Junior Colleges (By County) 15

All Institutions of Higher Learning (By County) 16

All Institutions of Higher Learning (By State) 19

University of Florida (By State) 20

Florida State University (By State) 21

Florida A. &L M. University (By State) 22

Public Junior Colleges (By State) 23

Private Degree-Granting Institutions (By State) 24

Private Junior Colleges (By State) 25

All Institutions of Higher Learning (By State) 26









PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS



State University System

University of Florida, Gainesville
Florida State University, Tallahassee
Florida A. & M. University, Tallahassee


Private Degree-Granting Institutions

Barry College, Miami
Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach
Florida Normal and Industrial Memorial College,
St. Augustine
Florida Southern College, Lakeland
Jacksonville University, Jacksonville
Rollins College, Winter Park
Stetson University, Deland
University of Miami, Coral Gables
University of Tampa, Tampa
Webber College, Babson Park


Public Junior Colleges

Chipola Junior College, Marianna
Gibbs Junior College, St. Petersburg
Gulf Coast Community Junior College, Panama City
Palm Beach Junior College, Lake Worth
Pensacola Junior College, Pensacola
St. Petersburg Junior College, St. Petersburg
Washington Junior College, Pensacola


Private Junior Colleges

Edward Waters College, Jacksonville
Florida Christian College, Tampa
Orlando Junior College, Orlando












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ENBOLU~ENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type)


Off-Campus
On-Campus Enrollment 1 Enrollment Enrollment
First Time (College Grade in Terminal
Total Florida Non-Florida in College 2 Extension) 3 Courses 4

University System 21,146 18,368 2,778 4,374 3,724 101

University of Florida 11,207 9,886 1,321 2,244 2,196 0
Florida State University 7,203 5,860 1,343 1,434 1,069 0
Florida A. & M. University 2,736 2,622 114 696 459 101

Public Junior Colleges 5,444 5,296 148 2,720 0 725

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 21,291 15,141 6,150 5,526 1,357 1,643

Private Junior Colleges 1,338 1,149 189 640 0 56

Total 49,219 39,954 9,265 13,260 5,081 2,525
1. Includes all students enrolled in one or more courses that are creditable toward a degree or for transfer
and are given on campus.

2. Includes all students in 1 above who have not been enrolled in any other college or university.

3. Includes students enrolled in courses that are creditable toward a degree or for transfer and are given
off campus, excludes students in correspondence courses and in contract programs.

4. Includes all students regularly enrolled in one or more courses that are not for transfer or creditable
toward a degree.







ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type and Sex)

On-Campus First-Time College Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extension Students
UNIVERSITY SYSTEM

University of Florida
Men 8,572 1,568 671 0
fomen 2,635 676 1,525 0
Total 11,207 2,244 2,196

Florida State University
Men 3,836 591 188 0
Women 3,367 843 881 0
Total 7,203 1,434 1,069

Florida A. & M. University
Men 1,352 383 61 89
Women 1,384 313 398 12
Total 2,736 696 -759 lo1

Total University System
Men 13,760 2,542 920 89
Women 7,386 1,832 2,804 12
Total 21,16 4,374 3,724 lo1


PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

Chipola
Men 221 90 0 79
Womrer. 101 47 0 178
Total 322 137 0 257







ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type and Sex)


On-Campus First-Time College Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extension Students
RJBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES (cont'd)

Gibbs
Men 66 66 0 0
Women 144 136 0 26
Total 210 202 0 -2

Gulf Coast
Men 125 109 0 0
Women 56 51 0 0
Total i -80 0- "

Palm Beach
Men 517 240 0 0
Women 308 176 O 0
Total 825 416 0 0

Pensacola
Men 952 358 0 20
Women 389 171 0 25
Total 1,341 529 45

St. Petersburg
Men 1,321 690 0 174
Women 1,049 477 0 221
Total 2,370 1,167 0 395

Washington
Men 92 52 0 1
Women 103 57 0 1
Tota3 195 109 0 2






ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type and Sex)

On-Campus First-Time College Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extension Students

Total Public Junior Colleges
Men 3,294 1,605 0 274
Women 2,150 1,115 0 451
Total 5,741 2,720 0 725


PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

Barry College
Men O 0 0 0
Women 452 199 0 0
Total 452 199 0 5

Bethune-Coolman College
Men 263 52 0 0
Women 443 112 O 0
Total 706 164 0

Plorida Normal & Ind. Mem. College
Men 111 25 0 0
Women 178 38 0 0
Total 289 Z3 0 0

Florida Southern College
Men 1,631 290 277 0
Women 913 254 3 0
Total 2,544 5280 -0

Jacksonville University
Men 1,403 406 0 8
Women 430 284 0 4
Total 1,833 690 0 12






ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type and Sex)

On-Campus First-Time College Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extensions Students
PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS
(cont'd)
Rollins College
Men 344 100 319 O
7Tomen 350 134 40 0
Total 694 27 359 0

Stetson University
Men 1,008 217 0 0
Women 804 243 0 0
Total 1,712 -460 0

University of Miami
Men 7,587 1,740 350 688
Women 3,791 998 368 694
Total 1l,378 2,738 "718 ,362

University of Tampa
Men 989 264 0 118
Women 510 133 0 131
Total 1,499 397 0

Webber College
Men 9 0 0 0
Women 84 37 0 0
Total 8 37 5 5

Total Private Degree-Granting
Institutions
Men 13,336 3,094 946 814
Women 7,955 2,432 411 829
Total 21,291 5,526 1,357 1






ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type and Sex)

On-Campus First-Time College Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extension Students
PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES
Edward Waters College
Men 183 83 0 15
Women 287 137 0 25
Total 470 220 0

Florida Christian College
Men 138 79 0 16
Women 83 53 0 0
Total 221 132 0 i-

Orlando Junior College
Men 465 175 o o
Women 182 113 0 0
Total 647 2~8 0 0

Total Private Junior Colleges
Men 786 337 0 31
Women 552 303 0 25
Total 1,338 64 5- 5


ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

Men 31,176 7,578 1,866 1,208
Women 18,043 5,682 3,215 1,317

Total 49,219 13,260 5,081 2,525








ENROLLMENT IN
ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
(By County)

137 134 92 LT 329 _p
83 3 r

-I 34 .33 77 ..
54 271

78o p 994 1191 .

S 3 M421
1,12
42 T31 9 iL3

L_ 1 ,568_
14 102
,72 1,770 c EVR8
3,79Y;: \ ^\
Total 39,954 .., 122
1 300 75 \ 14 h81
120

43 111
93 61 1,513
C i tnLIEU | ___

1,314
67 L_ -

122 9,997














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PERCENTAGE OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

(By County)




L. a.. 2- o. .- \I !

.2
.2 .4 6


r2* .

SL 31 .2
-'3 l2.8


.1 2 1-5
.2 9 9
L -r 1 .



95 __
2 .2 8 \

;L 6 44.0








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.9-5
.3-2 .2 -5j,
A IS .2






in all Florida Colleges .2 3.3


\Od i25-0


















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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

(By County)




51 t 9 35 i '
5 55 21 Ljz, )32I
4 1u&> 54 6 266


7 13 \,j| .-
iI3 2_623 67 15 .
2 W UU 2' 1 I -2'T3
%14 4 42

1l5 20t 826 10 iO \

32




62-. LO L _
21 1 386 42

TOTAL- 9,886 ;- E [i \T"L
1 1i5 25 K7 161
2 T -1 52 444
67 24














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L--. .1 .-
44 479


72 11)751















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FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

(By County)


( WO A n %M u &56" 7o6/s a \
S318 54 40 iLL26 M-r 76
-^ 5 *TIr rYi/'39
S34 7, -- 4 1 45 c
S 2y ~L' 4 33 63
S23 -22- r l



S20 20 a r"
,_/w 8r \114
20 4



10 E-, nr.i -



^ 178 8118






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2330

248 -N

85 17- 1 3 i44
Total 5,000 .\7 I r"'/ \ 14


n139 8 184

\ <^ i -i


3-1 717








FLORIDA A. & M. UNIVERSITY

(By County)



. ... VM-i A T WKM -I-. / WWSW 44
S 4 44( _--
on ia rjV^ TcCTso^^^ \


i 51
--f 2 2 i


S2 1 46 29



irr ^,50 \
.k-.




i 25 22
8 _--: I 76

.. \ 6 i \
128 103 13
71

,24 1 I F0 /\ 25
1 ~ ba? L.4
TOTAL 2,622 4..S I. 7
0 ------ .... -
LEE
16 1 97

1 85


2'
1305 9









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PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By County)


-a" 'sMamk aO --A'"" MU T c -- "

10 22 153 0u
98728 14 1 0 __0
S6 I 0 i 0 i 2 I 8 \


06 0 .V.--2 3




p. ... .-
t 2'5.






T56 9 A .

2,382 8

S 6 0o 3 2 16
I I DesTO 16
TOTAL- 5,296 r .. cA
6t0
697

0 26


1 21














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E GRANTING INSTITUTIONS
ppIAT nmREE- GRAIITNGj^
(By County)

' ,AWA~ ....W / '.
8 46 5 6


10 12

l61 80 3 832
f7 VM82


V 6 73


19
\4

L6 .6 27360 .. 3
40 \ 19 kri
61 481
315 ] S1,008 ^
_. i -- r .r* -,

4 6 19-L '

TOTAL 15, 141 10 164



15













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PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By County)



2 1 22 2 0 ,

O 2 U Om4
S1 7-- 2 3
S_3

=i-b-l i .>6 15 l 1 \\\









TOTAL 1,149 \'- 'A j I__._.\
S12

O L -6
0.^ 508
9 MA

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S38

TOTAL 1,149 -- 1

L 1 -0

0 3




0 17














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ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By County)

University Florida Florida Public Private Private
of State A. & M. Junior Degree-Granting Junior
County Florida University University Colleges Institutions Colleges Total

Alachua 826 33 46 2 80 7 994
Baker 29 8 -- 6 1 44
Bay 73 170 42 207 17 1 510
Bradford 66 9 5 16 5 101
Brevard 164 38 34 6 49 27 318
Broward 479 235 85 26 484 5 1,314
Calhoun 14 42 1 28 4 89
Charlotte 24 9 6 4 43
Citrus 21 10 4 6 1 42
Clay 42 13 3 12 1 71
Collier 44 6 1 15 1 67
Columbia 54 26 13 27 4 124
a Dade 1,751 717 305 21 7,186 17 9,997
SDe Soto 13 7 4 16 40
Dixie 15 2 2 61 80
Duval 1,134 390 236 5 1,902 348 4,015
Escambia 151 184 76 1,389 34 2 1,836
Flagler 13 4 17 34
Franklin 7 11 18 3 1 40
Gadsden 35 145 139 16 14 349
Gilchrist 20 1 1 6 3 31
Glades 4 3 3 1 11
Gulf 11 28 6 6 2 1 54
Hamilton 16 11 9 11 2 49
Hardee 25 17 1 27 5 75
Hendry 30 18 1 2 10 61
Hernando 32 14 8 16 70
Highlands 52 33 4 3 21 7 120
Eillsborough 648 329 128 88 1,481 38 2,712
Holmes 9 26 2 26 63
Indian River 50 29 10 2 31 122






ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By County)
University Florida Florida Public Private Private
of State A. & M. Junior Degree-Granting Junior
County Florida University University Colleges Institutions Colleges Total

Jackson 35 76 44 153 19 2 329
Jefferson 6 33 47 1 4 91
Lafayette 14 12 1 1 28
Lake 154 81 22 3 73 16 349
Lee 108 39 16 1 28 1 193
Leon 54 1,152 518 8 8 2 1,742
Levy 37 20 2 3 7 4 73
Liberty 3 23 2 4 2 34
Madison 26 63 41 6 4 140
Manatee 115 85 24 6 69 1 300
Marion 235 42 56 1 82 5 421
Martin 28 14 7 5 19 73
SMonroe 72 31 12 1 6 122
S Nassau 32 9 17 1 36 4 99
Okaloosa 55 54 4 14 6 1 134
Okeechobee 7 3 2 2 14
Orange 444 176 76 4 360 508 1,568
Osceola 42 20 6 19 15 102
Palm Beach 368 184 97 697 164 3 1,513
Pasco 62 30 7 1 40 9 149
Pinellas 674 338 76 2,382 315 8 3,793
Polk 386 248 103 11 1,008 14 1,770
Putnam 100 25 29 3 32 1 190
St. Johns 110 47 15 83 255
St. Lucie 61 44 25 16 34 1 181
Santa Rosa 15 18 4 98 2 137
Sarasota 186 102 16 9 119 4 436
Seminole 59 33 26 66 34 218
Sumter 40 17 25 1 6 2 91
Suwannee 67 34 17 10 5 133
Taylor 23 27 9 15 3 77






ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By County)

University Florida Florida Public Private Private
of State A. & M. Junior Degree-Gra~ting Junior
Comuty Florida University University Colleges Institutions Colleges Total

Union 25 2 2 1 3 1 34
Volusia 358 114 50 1 591 12 1,126
Wakulla 2 22 9 33
Walton 21 40 14 10 5 2 92
Washington 10 34 17 22 83

Total 9,886 5,860 2,622 5,296 15,141 1,149 39,954

Unclassified (345) (10) (355)



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ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
(By State)


) *- -
12 1
SI, I 6
S".o,. N. DAK.
O O' 6 5 i 6 \57
7 / to t, -12
SI/ I D AK. j- 349
Wyo. ',.. ..--. ---137 m.. 1 6 -69
S-- 241 676 3
S.o40WA I PA.
/ L0 ft/- r2
Ca l Z \ 6 e o -. 8i 4 ashington, D C.
I COLOe, i / 198

\er i ro l 100 1 214
Nw 5i-5----
'14 15
A R z ." 1 2-2 -
J I I 3
19 i7 39

I j 2ou i 72073
Florida 39,954 60 208 720
U.S. (Out-of-State) 8,368 TMXAS --I
Alaska 3 49 5
Canal Zone 28 11\
Hawaii 11
Puerto Rico 101
Other Countries 738
Unclassified 16
Total 49,219






UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
(By State)



/ --.. i\ ..... /I ----,,.-,


/ (. j I.. OAK. I 6 ". 9 ~ 3



S' S"GO~- 1 .--------.2 -6

1 i i-



13 .- Y 3
C \ 2 / UTr !---3 4 72 ^. 18
lo. I 75 / 33 Washington,

S\ ; ... .-.-.. .. 25 2 -
.... ... .p-- .C.
N. MEx. 3 S\ O.C.
M X i.. .- .%
<, i .. 10 \ \
S3 0 34 s A
Florida 9 6 J 12 34 78
U.S. (Out-of-State) 1,031 TIs L. .--" '_ "- '
Alaska 1 24 7
Canal Zone 12 K,
Hawaii 4
Puerto Rico 8
Other Countries 265
Total 11,207







FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
(By State)








S / '" A i .~ 116 27

W I A. _LO w o.---
-- I
7"--p "o" L.5 3----.... 16 \ s.) ,...- o -
] / "0 --- .15 .43 3
-'''I. OWA i PA.- .o
N --- ..J...... N 3 18 r -32
<. \ / r -. 3 O.--.- | o -_ a 3
C< \ I/ COLO. N \3 B 35.r y r32c
1 o.o 3 32 Washington,
r. I KANCA MB .... 2 D.C.-7
21 -. -' '-- i-9-..- 18 \ -23.

SI -. 39 46
4i OKL.A. 1 .
./ 5x. I I L .12
5 j 12N 8 33
fK 1 G'-- ^A.
l-1r.a 31 68 1 316
Florida 5,860 31
U.S. (Out-of-State) 1,230 / v" ...
Canal Zone 9 \ 23 1 17
Hawaii 1 5,\ .
Puerto Rico 7
Other Countries 90
Total 7,203




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FLORIDA A. & M. UNIVERSITY
(By State)


i"---"" . .,\

.',, o "-- \ .DA
/ -----o t o. i N.O. I N O

S .S. AK. 0 Wo.
o -, w .. ,. [- -. ] -', "',. 2



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0 0 ---

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OhReg. Kr s.C.
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0 \
SI I i. G
ar--w j -~;.--- o 14 44 h J
Florida 2,622 TXAs LA. .
U.S. (Out-of-State) 109
Canal Zone 1 1
Other Countries 4 ^
Total 2 \ 62







PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES
(By State)







0 i 15
-. "~- ."" 'O -
I I o --2 12 < .
I 5 I

L 0 / 1-f L-_---_n l 12
1 \ ; Lo i / ... i2

r...... r -.... wo, .....M. -" ^. O,.
0 9 I *i 0 i 3 \



"\. iI 4',.. .. 1 2 2'
U.S. (Out-of-St D.C3.-
13_ 2 1 _5


.(. ax" AR .C.


o.-Ji, o I 23 i
Florida 5,296 \AS c .
U.S. (Out-of-State) 143 2 f 1
Hawaii 1
Other Countries 4 *
Total \ 296






PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS
(By State)




6 f 48


S L o2 1. /
9 2
-" o --..J. J. .. 3 o 6 0 J

I /2 184 193
I : OWA i
\ \N I 5- -.- ... ..... T\ 4" 546 3 605
IL\ A ..------- 3 .v- 33 97
S/ 0 I CO O. 503) 126 8 / 123 Washington,
S 65 -\ --.. 13 1 .... D.C.-4 -

S.... ....- -- -7 -.f c
I a. I t NN66 -7.1--
f, AR IX OKLA. .,.
L. I L. Pl 10- A. c. /
S 9 2 16 j 57
"-. i ..... ss*.si v, y
,-.-.J---- ... / 5 54 249.
\ TEXAS \ LA. L. .. --- .---
Florida 15,141 1 *-5,1-
U.S. (Out-of-State) 5,685 ., j 50
Alaska 2 FLA.
Canal Zone 6
Hawaii 5
Puerto Rico 86
Other Countries 366
Total 21,291







PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES
(By State)






0 20
S 0 ..... .,
4 j .... ..-.i



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o*" 4 -
"v I i 2 .


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Si -
US. (O-of-tate 16 WA pA.

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K Uex 1% orL

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Florida 1,149 2 2
U.S. (Out-of-State) 164 1
Other Countries 9 1 12
Unclassified 16 ,1
Total \ 1






ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By State)

University Florida Florida Public Private Private
of State A. & M. Junior Degree-Granting Junior
State Florida University University Colleges Institutions Colleges Total

Alabama 34 68 14 23 54 15 208
Arizona 4 5 1 9 19
Arkansas 10 8 1 16 4 39
California 10 21 1 65 8 105
Colorado 1 9 1 13 24
Connecticut 26 18 3 5 193 2 247
Delaware 3 3 1 19 1 27
District of Columbia 17 7 1 48 73
Florida 9,886 5,860 2,622 5,296 15,141 1,149 39,954
Georgia 78 316 44 4 249 29 720
Idaho 1 1 2 4
' Illinois 75 63 3 7 503 5 656
SIndiana 34 35 3 5 126 11 214
Iowa 7 18 1 43 69
Kansas 5 3 2 11 21
Kentucky 24 23 3 5 75 7 137
Louisiana 7 17 9 1 13 2 49
Maine 6 3 48 57
Maryland 18 16 2 97 2 135
Massachusetts 34 27 2 2 282 2 349
Michigan 19 15 1 12 184 10 241
Minnesota 6 11 2 42 1 62
Mississippi 12 31 15 2 60
Missouri 25 18 2 54 1 100
Montana 1 2 2 5
Nebraska 3 3 14 20
Nevada 2 4 6
New Hampshire 4 5 17 1 27
New Jersey 75 32 1 8 605 2 723
New Mexico 3 1 2 1 7
New York 156 116 2 15 1,317 4 1,610
North Carolina 17 46 3 4 137 7 214






ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By State)

University Florida Florida Public Private Private
of State A. & M. Junior Degree-Granting Junior
State Florida University University Colleges Institutions Colleges Total

North Dakota 3 2 1 6
Ohio 72 56 3 9 334 8 482
Oklahoma 3 12 10 2 27
Oregon 2 1 4 7
Pennsylvania 62 43 7 12 546 6 676
Rhode Island 3 2 1 63 69
South Carolina 26 33 2 2 57 2 122
South Dakota 1 5 5 11
Tennessee 36 39 3 4 66 7 155
Texas 24 23 1 2 50 12 112
Utah 1 1 2
Vermont 5 4 1 9 19
Virginia 33 32 5 2 123 3 198
Washington 1 4 6 1 12
West Virginia 13 22 3 58 5 101
Wisconsin 28 16 1 92 137
Wyoming 1 2 1 4

Total 10,917 7,096 2,731 5,439 20,826 1,313 48,322

Alaska 1 2 3
Canal Zone 12 9 1 6 28
Hawaii 4 1 1 5 11
Puerto Rico 8 7 86 101
Other Countries 265 90 4 4 366 9 738
Unclassified 16 16

GRAND TOTAL 11,207 7,203 2,736 5,444 21,291 1,338 49,219