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Title: Enrollment in Florida's institutions of higher learning
Physical Description: v. : maps. ; 28 cm.
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Creation Date: 1958
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover
    The board of control
        Page i
        Page ii
    Participating institutions
        Page iii
    Table of Contents
        Page iv
        Page v
        Page vi
    Introduction
        Page 1
    Enrollment in all institutions of higher learning (by type)
        Page 2
    Observations concerning change between fall 1957 and fall 1958
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Enrollment in all institutions of higher learning (by type and sex)
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Enrollment in all institutions of higher learning (by county)
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
    Percentage of Florida students in Florida colleges and universities (by county)
        Page 18
    Density of college student population
        Page 19
        Page 20
    University of Florida (by county)
        Page 21
    Florida State University (by county)
        Page 22
    Florida A. & M. University (by county)
        Page 23
    Public junior colleges (by county)
        Page 24
    Private degree-granting institutions (by county)
        Page 25
    Private junior colleges (by county)
        Page 26
    All institutions of higher learning (by state)
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
    University of Florida (by state)
        Page 30
    Florida State University (by state)
        Page 31
    Florida A. & M. University (by state)
        Page 32
    Public junior colleges (by state)
        Page 33
    Private degree-granting institutions (by state)
        Page 34
    Private junior colleges (by state)
        Page 35
    All institutions of higher learning, first-time-in-college enrollment (by county)
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
    1958 graduates of Florida public high schools (by county)
        Page 40
    Percentage that the number of Florida first-time-in-college students is of the number of 1958 graduates of Florida public high schools (by county)
        Page 41
    Comparison of the number of first-time-in-college students from Florida with the number of 1958 graduates of Florida public high schools
        Page 42
    First-time-in-college enrollment from community junior college attendance areas
        Page 43
    Areas served by Florida institutions of higher learning
        Page 44
    Percentage the total number of Florida students enrolled from each county in the State University System is of the total number of Florida students enrolled in all Florida institutions (by county)
        Page 45
    Percentage the number of FTIC students enrolled from each county in the State University System is of the total number of FTIC Florida students enrolled in all Florida institutions (by county)
        Page 46
    Percentage the total number of students enrolled from each county in the University of Florida is of the total number of Florida students enrolled in all Florida institutions (by county)
        Page 47
    Percentage the number of FTIC students enrolled from each county in the Unversity of Florida is of the total number of FTIC Florida students enrolled in all Florida Institutions (by county)
        Page 48
    Percentage the total number of students enrolled from each county in the Florida State University is of the total number of Florida students enrolled in all Florida institutions (by county)
        Page 49
    Percentage the number of FTIC students enrolled from each county in the Florida State University is of the total number of FTIC Florida students enrolled in all Florida institutions (by county)
        Page 50
    Percentage the number of students enrolled from each county in the Florida A. & M. University is of the total number of Florida students enrolled in nonwhite Florida institutions (by county)
        Page 51
    Percentage the number of FTIC students enrolled from each county in the Florida A. & M. University is of the total number of FTIC Florida students enrolled in all nonwhite institutions (by county)
        Page 52
    Percentage the total number of Florida students enrolled from each county in the public community junior colleges is of the total number of Florida students enrolled in all Florida institutions (by county)
        Page 53
    Percentage the number of FTIC students enrolled from each county in the public community junior colleges is of the total number of FTIC Florida students enrolled in all Florida institutions (by county)
        Page 54
    Percentage the total number of Florida students enrolled from each county in the private colleges and universities is of the total number of Florida students enrolled in all Florida institutions (by county)
        Page 55
    Percentage the number of FTIC students enrolled from each county in the private colleges and universities is of the total number of FTIC Florida students enrolled in all Florida institutions (by county)
        Page 56
    All institutions of higher learning, first-time-in-college enrollment (by state)
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
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THE BOARD OF CONTROL




JAMES J. LOVE
Chairman
Quincy


J. J. DANIEL
Vice-Chairman
Jacksonville


RALPH L. MILLER
Orlando


S. KENDRICK GUERNSEY
Jacksonville


JAMES D. CAMP, SR.
Ft. Lauderdale


WILLIAM C. GATHER
Miami


JOE K. HAYS
Winter Haven








J. B. CULPEPPER
Executive Director
Tallahassee

















Office of the Board of Control
Tallahassee, Florida
March 15, 1959



This report of the fall 1958 enrollment in Florida's institutions of
higher learning has been prepared with the continuing cooperation of
both the private and the public colleges and universities of Florida.

Appreciation is expressed to the officials of the participating insti-
tutions and to the personnel of the Community Junior College Division
of the State Department of Education for their assistance in obtaining
the data presented in this report.

The tabulation of the data and the preparation of the material for
publication was the responsibility of Marion F. Buford, Assistant
Director of Research in the Office of the Board of Control.



Myron R. Blee
Educational and Research Officer










PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS



State University System

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


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


Public Junior Colleges

Central Florida Junior College, Ocala
Chipola Junior College, Marianna
Daytona Beach Junior College, Daytona Beach
Gibbs Junior College, St. Petersburg
Gulf Coast Community Junior College, Panama City
Howard Junior College, Ocala
Manatee Junior College, Bradenton
North Florida Junior College, Madison
Palm Beach Junior College, Lake Worth
Pensacola Junior College, Pensacola
Roosevelt Junior College, West Palm Beach
Rosenwald Community Junior College, Panama City
St. Johns River Junior College, Palatka
St. Petersburg Junior College, St. Petersburg
Volusia County Community Junior College, Daytona Beach
Washington Junior College, Pensacola


Private Junior Colleges

Edward Waters College, Jacksonville
Florida Christian College, Tampa
Orlando Junior College, Orlando
Webber College, Babson Park












CONTENTS

Page No.
Introduction *......... 1

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

Observations Concerning Change Between Fall 1957
and Fall 1958 ......... 3

Enrollment in All Institutions of Higher Learning
(By Type and Sex) .......... 7

Enrollment in All Institutions of Higher Learning
(By County) .......... 14

Percentage of Florida Students in Florida Colleges
and Universities (By County) .......... 18

Density of College Student Population .......... 19

University of Florida (By County) ...*...... 21

Florida State University (By County) .......... 22

Florida A. & M. University (By County) ......... 23

Public Junior Colleges (By County) .......... 24

Private Degree-Granting Institutions (By County) .......... 25

Private Junior Colleges (By County) .......... 26

All Institutions of Higher Learning (By State) .....,... 27

University of Florida (By State) .......... 30

Florida State University (By State) .......... 31

Florida A. & M. University (By State) .......... 32

Public Junior Colleges (By State) ......... 33

Private Degree-Granting Institutions (By State) .......... 34

Private Junior Colleges (By State) .......... 35









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All Institutions of Higher Learning, First-Time-in-
College Enrollment (By County) .......... 36

1958 Graduates of Florida Public High Schools
(By County) .......... 40

Percentage that the Number of Florida First-Time-
in-College Students is of the Number of 1958
Graduates of Florida Public High Schools
(By County) .......... 41

Comparison of the Number of First-Time-in-College
Students from Florida with the Number of 1958
Graduates of Florida Public High Schools .......... 42

First-Time-in-College Enrollment from Community
Junior College Attendance Areas .......... 43

Areas Served by Florida Institutions of Higher
Learning .......... 44

Percentage the Total Number of Florida Students
Enrolled from Each County in the STATE UNIVERSITY
SYSTEM is of the Total Number of Florida Students
Enrolled in All Florida Institutions
(By County) .......... 45

Percentage the Number of FTIC Students Enrolled
from Each County in the STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
is of the Total Number of FTIC Florida Students
Enrolled in All Florida Institutions
(By County) .......... 46

Percentage the Total Number of Students Enrolled
from Each County in the UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA is
of the Total Number of Florida Students Enrolled
in All Florida Institutions
(By County) .......... 47

Percentage the Number of FTIC Students Enrolled
from Each County in the UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA is
of the Total Number of FTIC Florida Students
Enrolled in All Florida Institutions
(By County) .......... 48

Percentage the Total Number of Students Enrolled
from Each County in the FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
is of the Total Number of Florida Students
Enrolled in All Florida Institutions
(By County) .......... 49









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Percentage the Number of FTIC Students Enrolled
from Each County in the FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
is of the Total Number of FTIC Florida Students
Enrolled in All Florida Institutions
(By County) .......... 50

Percentage the Number of Students Enrolled from
Each County in the FLORIDA A. & M. UNIVERSITY is
of the Total Number of Florida Students Enrolled
in Nonwhite Florida Institutions
(By County) .......*.. 51

Percentage the Number of FTIC Students Enrolled
from Each County in the FLORIDA A. & M. UNIVERSITY
is of the Total Number of FTIC Florida Students
Enrolled in All Nonwhite Institutions
(By County) .......... 52

Percentage the Total Number of Florida Students
Enrolled from Each County in the PUBLIC COMMUNITY
JUNIOR COLLEGES is of the Total Number of Florida
Students Enrolled in All Florida Institutions
(By County) ......**** 53

Percentage the Number of FTIC Students Enrolled
from Each County in the PUBLIC COMMUNITY JUNIOR
COLLEGES is of the Total Number of FTIC Florida
Students Enrolled in All Florida Institutions
(By County) ...... 54

Percentage the Total Number of Florida Students
Enrolled from Each County in the PRIVATE COLLEGES
AND UNIVERSITIES is of the Total Number of Florida
Students Enrolled in All Florida Institutions
(By County) *......*.. 55

Percentage the Number of FTIC Students Enrolled
from Each County in the PRIVATE COLLEGES AND
UNIVERSITIES is of the Total Number of FTIC
Florida Students Enrolled in All Florida Institutions
(By County) .......... 56

All Institutions of Higher Learning, First-Time-in-
College Enrollment (By State) .......... 57









INTRODUCTION



This report has been designed to (1) provide basic data and (2)

present some comparisons and interpretations.

The basic data show enrollments, by sex, in on-campus, college-

grade programs, in extension programs, and in terminal programs for

each of the institutions and for each type of institution. The basic

data include the number of first-time-in-college students, by sex, for

each of the institutions and for each type of institution. Both the

total on-campus, college-grade enrollments and the first-time-in-

college enrollments are distributed by state of origin of the students

and, for Florida students, by county of origin.

Comparisons are made between the data for fall 1958 and the

similar data for the fall term one year earlier. Comparisons are

also made between the number of first-time-in-college students and

the number of 1958 graduates from the public high schools of Florida.

The estimates of the Council for the Study of Higher Education in

Florida are compared with the fall enrollments, and data are included

to show the areas in the State in which certain of the institutions

have the greatest attraction for students. Lastly, data are shown to

indicate the density of the college student population in relation

to the land area of the several counties.












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ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type)



1 Off-Campus
On-Campus EnrollmentI Enrollment Enrollment
First Time2 (College Grade in Terminal
Total Florida Non-Florida in College Extension)3 Courses

University System 22,569 19,512 3,057 5,179 4,556 67

University of Florida 12,306 10,798 1,508 2,932 3,374 0
Florida State University 7,515 6,108 1,407 1,571 825 0
Florida A. & M. University 2,748 2,606 142 676 357 67

Public Junior Colleges 8,564 8,366 198 4,644 0 1,050

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 21,807 15,590 6,217 5,586 971 1,735

Private Junior Colleges 1,792 1,560 232 823 0 55

TOTAL 54,732 45,028 9,704 16,232 5,527 2,907

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.








OBSERVATIONS CONCERNING CHANGE BETWEEN FALL 1957 AND FALL 1958


Increase in Cn-Campus, College-Grade Enrollment The total on-campus

college-grade enrollment in Florida colleges and universities of 54,732

for fall 1958 was an increase of 11.2~ over the enrollment of 49,219

students enrolled one year earlier. There was an increase in the number

of students enrolled in each type of institution, but the community junior

colleges experienced the greatest numerical and percentage increase.

COMPARISON OF THE FALL 1957 AND THE FALL 1958 ENROLLMENTS IN
FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION


Enrollment Percentage of
Type Fall 1957 Fall 1958 Increase

State Universities 21,146 22,569 6.7

Community Junior Colleges 5,444 8,564 57.3

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 21,291 21,807 2.4

Private Junior Colleges 1,338 1,792 33.9


All Types 49,219 54,732 11.2



The number of community junior colleges increased from seven in the

fall of 1957 to sixteen in the fall of 1958. The total enrollment of the

nine new community junior colleges was 2,318, leaving a total enrollment

of 6,246 in the institutions in this category that were operating both

years. The increase in the enrollment of the community junior colleges

that were operating in the fall of 1957 was 14.7%.

Estimates of the Council for the Study of Higher Education The

1956 report of the Council for the Study of Higher Education, Higher


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Education and Florida's Future, contained estimates of future enrollments

in the colleges and universities of the State.

The Council forecast 66,350 students in 1960, 100,700 in 1965, and

132,000 in 1970. The estimate for fall 1957 was 49,340, and 49,219

students enrolled in on-campus, college-grade programs last year. The

Council estimate for fall 1958 was 54,010, and this report shows that

54,732 students enrolled.

Type of Institution The following table shows that both the commu-

nity junior colleges and the private junior colleges enrolled a higher

percentage of the total on-campus, college-grade enrollment in 1958 than

they did one year earlier.

DISTRIBUTION OF THE TOTAL ON-CAMPUS, COLLEGE-GRADE ENROLLMENT
BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION, FALL 1957 AND FALL 1958


Type Fall 1957 Fall 1958

State Universities 43.0% 41.2%

Community Junior Colleges 11.1 15.6

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 43.2 39.9

Private Junior Colleges 2.7 3.3


100.0o 100.0%



First-Time-in-College Students Among the on-campus, college-grade

students, those who enrolled in college for the first time were 29.7f of

the total for the fall term 1958, whereas first-time-in-college students

comprised 26.9% of the fall 1957 enrollment.




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The first-time-in-college students comprised a greater segment of the

student body in both the State universities and in the community junior

colleges.

PERCENTAGES THAT THE FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE STUDENTS WERE
OF THE TOTAL ON-CAMPUS, COLLEGE-GRADE ENROLLMENT, BY
TYPE OF INSTITUTION, FALL 1957 AND FALL 1958

Type of Institution Fall 1957 Fall 1958


State Universities 20.7% 22.9%

Community Junior Colleges 50.0 54.2

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 25.7 25.6

Private Junior Colleges 47.8 45.9


Whereas there was an 11.2% increase in the total on-campus, college-

grade enrollment in all of Florida's colleges and universities, there was

a 22.4% increase in the number of first-time-in-college students between

fall term 1957 and fall term 1958.

The Male and Female Components of the On-Campus, College-Grade En-

rollment Women constituted 37.2% of the total fall 1958 enrollment of

all of the colleges and universities of Florida. This was one-half of

one percent higher than was true one year earlier. The fall 1958 female

component was higher than in 1957 in the community junior colleges (39.5%

to 41.5%) and in the private junior colleges (41.3% to 45.9%), the same

(37.4%) in the private degree-granting institutions, and very slightly
lower (34.9% to 34.7%) in the State universities.

Among the fall 1958 first-time-in-college students 41.0% were women,

whereas 42.9% of the fall 1957 group were women. This proportionate


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decrease in the female component of the first-time-in-college students

was true for the state universities (41.9% to 39.8%) and for the private

degree-granting institutions (44.0% to 39.1%), but it was not true for

the community junior colleges (41.0% to 43.1%) or for the private junior

colleges (47.3% to 49.5%).


Extension Enrollment Extension enrollments in the Florida colleges

and universities increased 8.7% from the fall of 1957 to the fall of

1958. For the fall term 1957 there was one student enrolled for instruc-

tion in an extension program for every 9.7 on-campus, college-grade

students. Extension enrollments had a slightly lower rate of growth

than did on-campus, college-grade enrollments, and for every student

enrolled during the fall term 1958 in an extension course there were

9.9 students enrolled in college-grade programs on campus.


Enrollment in Terminal Programs The rate of increase of enroll-

ments in terminal programs between the fall of 1957 and the fall of 1958

was 15.1%. This rate of increase was higher than was true for either

extension or on-campus, college-grade enrollments. For the fall term

of 1957 there was one student enrolled in a terminal program for every

19.5 students enrolled in college-grade programs pointed toward a degree,

whereas there was one terminal student for every 18.8 degree-program

students during the fall term 1958.











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ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type and Sex)

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

Florida A. & M. University
Men 1,419 369 49 60
Women 1,329 307 308 7
Total 2,7 6 357

Florida State University
Men 4,050 665 165 0
Women 3,465 906 660 0
Total 7,515 1,571 B-25*

University of Florida
Men 9,265 2,085 975 0
Women 3,041 847 2,399 0
Total 12,306 2,932 3,374 0

Total University System
Men 14,734 3,119 1,189 60
Women 7,835 2,060 3,367 7
Total 22,569 5,179 4,55 67


PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

Central Florida Junior College
Men 187 131 0 28
Women 73 52 0 28
Total 260 3 0 56

*Does not include 1,429 students enrolled in off-campus contract programs at military bases.









ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type and Sex)


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

Chipola Junior College
Men 240 121 0 185
Women 111 54 0 115
Total 351 175 o 300

Daytona Beach Junior College
Men 246 163 0 0
Women 272 160 0 0
Total 518 323 0 0
00 Gibbs Junior College
SMen 195 137 0 3
Women 216 185 0 95
Total 7ll 322 0

Gulf Coast Community Jr. College
Men 223 80 0 1
Women 99 38 0 5
Total 322 118 o 0

Howard Junior College
Men 44 43 0 0
Women 89 84 O 5
Total 133 127 0 5

Manatee Junior College
Men 362 244 0 25
Women 431 258 0 5
Total 793 502 0 30









ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type and Sex)


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

North Florida Junior College
Men 121 95 0 0
Women 98 69 0 0
Total 219 16T 0 0

Palm Beach Junior College
Men 729 342 0 0
Women 461 215 0 0
Total 1,190 557 0 0

Pensacola Junior College
Men 1,057 405 0 2
Women 496 218 0 58
Total 1,553 63 0 -6~

Roosevelt Junior College
Men 24 23 0 1
Women 50 42 0 0
Total T 5 0 1

Rosenwald Community Jr. College
Men 17 16 0 0
Women 12 10 0 0
Total 29 26 0 0

St. Johns River Junior College
Men 106 88 0 0
Women 85 51 0 0
Total 191 139 0 0








ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type and Sex)


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

St. Petersburg Junior College
Men 1,329 678 0 234
Women 907 452 0 246
Total 2,236 1,130 0 --0

Volusia County Community Jr. College
Men 38 34 0 2
Women 63 61 0 12
Total 101 95 0 _-1

Washington Junior College
Men 88 43 0 0
Women 95 52 0 0
Total 183 95 0 0

Total Public Junior Colleges
Men 5,006 2,643 0 481
Women 3,558 2 001 0 569
Total 8,564 0 1,050


PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

Barry College
Men 75 0 0 0
Women 719 187 0 0
Total 794 187 0 0








ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type and Sex)


On-Campus First-Time College Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extension Students
PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS (cont'd)

Bethune-Cookman College
Men 267 63 0 0
Women 410 86 0 0
Total 77 i9 0 0

Florida Normal & Ind. Memorial College
Men 116 39 0 0
Women 174 40 0 0
Total 290 79 0 0

Florida Southern College
Men 1,383 275 266 0
Women 895 280 15 0
Total 2,278 555 2T1 0

Jacksonville University
Men 1,392 345 0 124
Women 557 180 0 40
Total 9 525 0 1o

Rollins College
Men 338 98 275 0
Women 344 120 46 0
Total -82 218 321 0

Stetson University
Men 946 180 0 0
Women 902 231 0 0
Total 1848 -4 0 0








ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type and Sex)


On-Campus First-Time College Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extension Students
PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS (cont'd)

University of Miami
Men 8,138 2,146 315 758
Women 3,604 925 54 757
Total 11,742 3,071 319, 515

University of Tampa
Men 1,004 255 0 48
Women 543 136 0 8
Total 1,547 391 0 5-*

F Total Private Degree-Granting
Institutions
Men 13,659 3,401 856 930
Women 8,148 2,185 115 805
Total 21,807 5,586 971 1,735


PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

Edward Waters College
Men 250 128 0 0
Women 384 142 0 7
Total 634 270 0 7

Florida Christian College
Men 144 60 0 0
Women 87 51 0 0
Total 231 111 0 0


*Excludes students enrolled in Adult Education courses.








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 (cont'd)

Orlando Junior College
Men 575 228 0 35
Women 274 172 0 13
Total 849 0 78

Webber College
Men 0 0 0 0
Women 78 42 0 0
Total 7 -42 0 0

H Total Private Junior Colleges
Men 969 416 0 35
Women 823 407 0 20
Total 1,792 823 0 55


Total Degree-Granting Institutions
Men 28,393 6,520 2,045 990
Women 15,983 4,245 3,482 812
Total 44,376 10,765 5,527 1,802

Total Junior Colleges
Men 5,975 3,059 0 516
Women 4,381 2,408 0 589
Total 10,356 467 0 1,105
TOTAL ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
Men 34,368 9,579 2,045 1,506
Women 20,364 6,653 3,482 1,4
Total 5-,732 16,232 5,527 2,907








ENROLLMENT IN
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 885 30 64 25 71 17 1,092
Baker 28 5 28 3 64
Bay 82 151 35 343 11 4 626
Bradford 60 6 2 2 18 3 91
Brevard 184 43 26 8 108 39 408
Broward 622 241 97 68 575 22 1,625
Calhoun 8 33 7 28 8 84
Charlotte 25 9 1 1 5 41
Citrus 30 13 3 19 2 1 68
Clay 52 15 3 15 42 1 128
Collier 45 9 3 16 1 74
H Columbia 64 21 11 2 33 6 137
Dade 1,991 827 312 65 7,513 27 10,735
De Soto 27 14 6 7 17 71
Dixie 24 1 11 36
Duval 1,101 415 231 5 2,012 477 4,241
Escambia 162 185 64 1,518 30 4 1,963
Flagler 12 5 7 11 35
Franklin 8 11 18 6 43
Gadsden 34 160 145 25 12 2 378
Gilchrist 22 2 3 2 4 33
Glades 5 3 4 1 13
Gulf 12 28 10 17 1 68
Hamilton 20 15 10 15 10 3 73
Hardee 29 16 1 27 4 77
Hendry 19 27 1 7 5 59
Hernando 26 U11 7 11 66
Highlands 49 26 9 9 22 5 120
Hillsborough 758 330 140 230 1,444 55 2,957
Holmes 11 24 3 17 1 56
Indian River 67 27 1 2 25 1 123








ENROLLMENT IN
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 36 70 37 166 10 3 322
Jefferson 10 23 43 13 2 2 93
Lafayette 8 11 10 1 1 31
Lake 164 77 30 12 92 22 397
Lee 110 48 16 9 47 3 233
Leon 69 1,139 533 6 11 1 1,759
Levy 39 24 3 30 8 1 105
Liberty 2 17 5 4 2 30
Madison 25 54 31 117 6 2 235
Manatee 107 104 26 593 55 3 888
Marion 198 53 54 302 78 4 689
Martin 38 13 8 13 25 97
Monroe 77 37 10 1 42 167
Nassau 33 11 19 5 44 4 116
Okaloosa 50 86 5 15 9 2 167
Okeechobee 10 6 1 3 6 2 28
Orange 534 218 84 8 354 676 1,874
Osceola 34 16 5 26 22 103
Palm Beach 420 194 78 1,068 247 11 2,018
Pasco 57 26 6 9 48 3 149
Pinellas 791 364 64 2,150 409 10 3,788
Polk 449 266 100 45 977 30 1,867
Putnam 84 26 29 149 34 1 323
St. Johns 114 38 12 24 101 3 292
St. Lucie 59 56 25 9 42 2 193
Santa Rosa 18 25 5 169 217
Sarasota 216 101 14 251 134 6 722
Seminole 70 30 24 2 88 39 253
Sumter 44 24 14 18 11 111
Suwannee 48 27 23 14 14 4 130
Taylor 23 43 7 49 9 6 137









ENROLLMENT IN
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

Union 13 2 2 1 1 2 21
Volusia 359 96 46 589 585 19 1,694
Wakulla 2 21 4 1 28
Walton 14 34 9 24 3 84
Washington 11 25 10 33 3 82

Total 10,798 6,108 2,606 8,366 15,590 1,560 45,028



0\









ENROLLMENT IN
ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By County)


' 2217 1 322 \ 2
6 7 84 828 I77" .,.., 18? 67
384 T759 1 W 25 7r)64-- 4,241
-3 30 % __-. 137 13. f

S36 / ~1,092 3
36-- I .. I2
105
17 689
SUMTE 71 A 1 7e7
TOTAL /5,0286 <

66 i .1^,874)
142.. 1;03
3778

888 77 1 28
.. wn16 71 I r

TOTAL 45,028 21 oT 2,018
3 3--3 "l-59 5

74 1\1,625














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PERCENTAGE OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

(By County)



.4 .5 .4 .2 J- .7

2 r.1 ,- i


'.2 LZ i i 3^ .A
"s / "-p-- I "-"r
S.08 2.4 ^'

'*. '- ..08 ,




1.1
l 15 1 r- -"







2.0 .2
Total of 45,028 Florida students in all 7 .3 'L06 r
Florida Colleges and Universities .S"1.6 .22

.09 ...
*/ Lr ]S--"
Oy .5L-.l 4.5
ii j".---A--

.2 i 3.6
.4 ...
















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DENSITY OF COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION



The number of students from each of the counties of Florida who

were enrolled in the fall of 1958 in Florida's colleges and universities

has been related to the number of square miles of land area in their

respective counties. The results are shown on the following page as

"the number of Florida students in Florida institutions per 100 square

miles."

If these data are interpreted in the light of that which is known

about the distribution of the population within each of the counties,

the figures indicate something of the density of the college student

population county by county throughout the State. While it would not

be necessary to conclude that the "built-up" areas of Dade County are

less densely populated with college students than are similar areas in

Duval County, it is clear from the map on the next page that there are

marked differences in the density of the college student population

among the several counties of Florida.






















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DENSITY OF COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION





21 18 8 34 ..T=;1; s-8
-34 14 i
I.AL O U l 19 7 Z" 1 .,l "
15 J
i,,V.. ,9/ 9-

1 / 10 7

1K *21 40
,,/. ",, 7


S12 ^> i
20 8

20
Number of Florida Students in Floridals




44
Institutions per 100 Square Miles i





,-- 17!. 101






100 29 students per 100 square miles
Key:
1,000 or more students per 100 square miles .

500 999 students per 100 square miles
250'- 499 students per 100 square miles w^t
100 249 students per 100 square miles
II Under 100 students per 100 square miles









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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

(By County)



36 _""6 "
6 18 50 14 t 36 /-r- a33

86 1 25 I,- )
S"2 "' 2 23 \ 0Y 5

^ 'I22' 885 814Us
24 ._- 2,
39 1 -, o _
359
"s I 16
30
-26 1 -534. .
791 3 f
758\ 449

10 429 49 10 59r
27

7-220
TOTAL 10,798 11"19 .20


4 4 6 2 2


S 1991
77.











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FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
(By County)




S85 25 86 34 ..........
S 160, 4 i,.... -.
5 25 j ou../" _1 154
-2.Y s_39 23r
17 1 43 1 27 15
,,lM-J ,\B .-\3
S1 2 30 i 26 r/i",

-4 0 ,- 2.- ,-T 5
2 53 ''\ -6 \
96
13


364 1 26 -6
266 4 a.
330 27
S104 ii6 I 6 56
O 1-j 26 '


S3,27 194
TOTAL 6,108 48 .. i

9 241

827
37 2










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FLORIDA A. & M. UNIVERSITY

(By County)





' 5 5O I 37 -a, r -Wi.... I iN l: .- .- '


I~, 30-. :......... o,
643'6 l29


51 7 3 I
7 3 3 _12
-o ....A I i -o '-



10 Q,.
11 3! 64 OA



0 3 .. 1 97
3 54 '



64 5

S0100 6

W TE 1 IINX c




TOTAL 2,606 8 16 7ro8 L--

l. 1 nsa ow iti
S0 125

o 312













23 -
tr;r- 9 ~ t ""i








PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By County)




169 15 24 .. ""
33 6,25 17 6 -15 i
28 113 .... o .
1 49 25
17 RAM L1.10 ><"Uh V /pUT i
0 '_21 25 119 A
/ o 9
/ 30 0
302 -589 \

S12
S -r'C .8..- C-
2 0
23 83
2,150 o i \w
4 5 N t.









3 3 68















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PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

(By County)






3111 6 ooy --., .282

^ .- 3 0
4 1 71 i 3 1


78 585
2 i 92 \

LI.2.. 27 -22
5 -^- 3 I or


48 25







TOTAI6 15, 590 '
5 5*. 76 i5
34 22 6 42
i25
e. """ 247
TOTAL-15,590 5 ^

16 l 575

7,51













25-









PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By County)



tgSCAI;IA STA ROSA OKALOOSA R Om
S 0 2 0 3 .ASSAU

IU A 1 Y, 3- r C~ 'A o- 3 77
0 6 '6 1 V -- 3
.. ....
0 A ACU A "PUTrp
0 oi 17 ii



S- S' -.J LA" ",22
' -.-,, I -c-,
1

.10 22i
55 1 30


1 .s-3 *:.u \

LZ r v11'

TOTAL 1,560 .V 3

22
...... -- l-- ----
I I v. iWRO


o j 27














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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 44 72 26 36 49 17 244
Arizona 2 4 7 13
Arkansas 13 15 1 16 2 47
California 14 21 1 2 55 5 98
Colorado 2 14 12 28
Connecticut 20 15 1 9 191 3 239
Delaware 4 2 2 18 2 28
District of Columbia 14 11 48 1 74
Florida 10,798 6,108 2,606 8,366 15,590 1,560 45,028
Georgia 80 290 48 8 248 22 696
Idaho 1 2 1 4
Illinois 70 53 6 6 430 11 576
Indiana 41 32 1 3 146 11 234
Iowa 10 13 34 57
Kansas 7 8 1 6 2 24
Kentucky 30 18 2 3 84 11 148
Louisiana 5 21 2 1 19 1 49
Maine 10 1 40 4 55
Maryland 26 23 4 108 2 163
Massachusetts 35 33 2 12 261 2 345
Michigan 33 21 4 12 142 20 232
Minnesota 12 13 1 40 1 67
Mississippi 15 32 2 1 18 68
Missouri 21 13 1 61 3 99
Montana 3 4 2 9
Nebraska 5 4 9 1 19
Nevada 1 2 1 4
New Hampshire 4 2 1 19 26
New Jersey 94 44 2 6 619 3 768
New Mexico 2 4 4 10
New York 190 119 3 12 1,368 12 1,704
North Carolina 18 64 2 9 113 12 218







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 2 1 3 6
Ohio 68 56 3 13 290 18 448
Oklahoma 5 14 14 2 35
Oregon 6 1 3 10
Pennsylvania 72 55 8 14 577 12 738
Rhode Island 4 4 2 42 1 53
South Carolina 21 33 8 4 54 3 123
South Dakota 2 2 6 10
Tennessee 40 39 2 2 77 7 167
Texas 24 24 3 2 55 13 121
Utah 2 1 3
Vermont 7 5 1 9 22
Virginia 35 35 8 4 115 5 202
Washington 2 4 1 9 2 18
West Virginia 18 27 5 61 5 116
Wisconsin 21 21 3 86 1 132
Wyoming 2 1 2 5
Total 11,955 7,140 2,742 8,546 2,163 1,777 53,583


Alaska 2 4 6
Canal Zone 8 9 2 -10 29
Guam 1 1
Hawaii 3 1 -4 8
Puerto Rico 12 2 67 81
Other Countries 328 99 4 17 464 15 927
Unclassified 2 95 97

GRAND TOTAL 12,306 7,515 2,748 8,564 21,807 1,792 54,732







ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
(By State)


W IASH.
0 r.. .. ... .. --... ,




--1-.-.... I AK 10 ... 132 M,. 1 0.4--- ,,\ 5
S18


SNEv MONT. NER \ 55 2
-L1.9 -"L9 t6 INDo. I 4N
\ 4 I W- ..I. 576 3 345



9 8^ 3.. 4 8 KNS2A. O D.C.D AY- 6
94 .. . .- -%. 1 o 48 -




--10 1 OS. AL \ GA ,
} 9 \.^ 67 99 --*- cs A





Florida 45,028 TEXAS .-.
U.s. (Out-of-State) 8,555 h 49 -
Alaska 6 -- 12 1 s


Canal Zone 29
Guam 1 .
Hawaii 8 2
Other Countries 927


Unclassified 97
Total 54,732







UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
(By State)


W ASH. ; "~-...-.
/ .... -.
/S2 / T .. -r .- *. \ >
7 MON i N AK. -f -
OREGN ,. 3 -------. MINN.
6 S .AK. 12 wS t 35
/ --. DA 21 /9
S! .-. .. .1 1CH.2 ....- -,
( I !i 2 '~ "*v -20
S\ IOWA \ h 2
I / ." oNEBR 10 O-,HIO ..L" 942
S/ 5 --- -- ND. 68 4
U 14 I 2 I 306
-IF. 2\ ,-- \ / A o- 70 6
KANSAS M 35-- Washington,
\ .3 "-----. D.c. 14
TEN .18
ARIZ I OKLA S. A C.
ARIZ ARK
N.. 5 21
2 2 13 \
M I --, --i S \ -4480
Florida 10,798 TDAS --- -
U.S. (Out-of-State) 1,157 24 5
Canal Zone 8
Hawaii 3 \
Puerto Rico 12
Other Countries 328\
Total 12,306







FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
(By State)

+' ,- ---- .... .r

/ -.- _. <--r "' .. 2< -
/ l., / Ni O .. \ -
4I
S. M j D AK. .
OREGON 4 MINN. *
7H / 332 /- 13
S--... 2 I2 M .9 ..
,-YO I 1 5. .....

i -;r-- 7----..... .. NE... 13 r-OHio- .. ,
1,- --, \ IIOWA ,.. o- OO 55 44
i3 \ 2 L -.. ,.1I 56 "
2 4 ------- ILL IND. 56
cUTAH I coo 53 3. r. 235
CA LIF C OLO. vAf- 23
L \ 21 -\ o i .-.., K. >,. 35 -.. Washington,

Sr ENN------- 8 3
Caa Zo39 ne 9 43
ARIZ OKiA R .---.
\. *N.MEX 14 \ 33,
,-.. I 33
SOthe GAs
miss' .p 72 290
Florida TEXAS 32 L 72 29
U.S. (Out-of-State) 1,292 2 1 ,lo8
Alaska 2
Canal Zone 9 FLA.
Hawaii 1
Puerto Rico 2
Other Countries 99
Unclassified 2
Total 7,515







FLORIDA A. & M. UNIVERSITY
(By State)


0 I "r ........
'ji y *... 7'""----. I

I ---- I \ I ,, ,--"Pt
/ "'7. ,o i .... "
1 / MON1 N. DAK.
'--- M o ... ra/ -0 -,,,T l
ORFGON 0 0
0 / I 1 0 w 2




-A-.- 0 o o i \ f/ o.,, X Washington,
[\ -' oi.. .. "- 0 0 \* 2... / .. D.C. 0
IO0 3

o I y .oOKa M-



0 O 1w I I_
OWA
NV .,'------ -.o--.... I 0 IO "0 -


--- ILLS INDAL. 3

-L UT -- 1 6 26
Fra 2,606 O. EXAS ) '2 r o
U.S. (ut-of-State) 1O. ~ Washinton,




Other Countries 1_ \
Tota 2D.C. 748
TENN 2
ARIZ N OKLA ARC.

MI-- ss. ALA. 48
`- ..----- J I .J2 26 f
Florida 2,606 TEXAS LA. 2 -04
U.S. (cut-of-state) 136 3 2,0
Canal Zone 2
Other Countries 4 F k
Total 2.748







PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES
(By State)





1/ T 1. ,
*/N. .. "
t 0 / .0 o 1~ ] .. .. 1'- ,/-. \ .^


S "- --- -i .., 120

S' -------- OHIO 9
V \ 0 0 ; 1 U W I 13 o* 4


O KANSAS MO 2 -

"-. 0 .--- 1 CK. 3 %
V -^ o i N ^ i T i 9

v. o r t* i \ & 1 1 f N 4
0 J --1. GA1

Florida 8,366 \ TEXAS .. --
U.S. (Out-of-State) 180
Guam 1
Other Countries 17

Total 8,564








PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS
(By State)



S9 -1. r ,


O/ CON / 2 MINN.. /

S. DAK V.a s 61
1 3 1 --'- ,.. "- ,
3- r WHe-o-- -0 wis8 /6 \ 1 v^o
T wv- .-o 6 .- .H86 MIIR
IOWA
'-. ; r1 2 f ,,"^ ,, -, A "
\ NE --." NEB I OHIO 577. 619
I ..L. 34 58
1 I j 9 D. \ 290 ;- ) 18
SUT"AH OI !-.... 430 146 r1K v 1-08
CALIF \ LF KANSAS MO. o. Washington,
P = ~ 12 1 AYA M. DC 48

%. ,, -- ,--- ...-- '113 -
55 \- f j" "L" 1 C
55 OK4. C.
OKLA 77
ARI OKLA ARK 5. C.
\- 7 N.MD. 1 14 116 /A 49 \ 54
S 4 i -rGA
--. !, I "A8ss I. A -. 248
N t "!---- .18
Florida 15,590 TL. AS
U.S. (Out-of-State) 5,573 55 A -1.
Alaska 4
Canal Zone 10 A/ .
Hawaii 4
Puerto Rico 67
Other Countries 464
Unclassified 95 '
Total 21,807







PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES
(7 State)


o /> 7""------- .. a

S MON NO AK, ( +


\ I ;-- o ...-.--S. \---r ..i ^
k oR EG ON -O ...... j ,- ." i- O- 2
/0 0 MINN.. r .. -
'\ / o" I o L .i----<.s -
O W'IS 1
S .:5 DAK 12 .
"I- -. 1WO MICH.C.
SIOWA20 3
-- IOWA .O INO .1 .







Total 1, 92 v/ .^ A.
ISS AA. 22
.. ~~~k -----.. O 1




Florida 1, 560 TEXAS -
U.S. (Out-of-State) 217 560
Other Countries 15 13 1
Total 1,792 A








ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(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 136 8 21 19 19 12 215
Baker 2 17 2 21
Bay 11 20 6 134 2 2 175
Bradford 9 4 4 17
Brevard 73 10 9 7 42 20 161
Brovard 240 77 34 40 199 13 603
Calhoun 1 5 1 10 2 19
Charlotte 5 1 1 2 9
a Citrus 3 3 2 17 1 1 27
LO Clay 9 5 13 20 47
a Collier 14 3 1 7 25
Columbia 14 6 3 2 16 5 46
Dade 695 264 88 41 2,058 19 3,165
De Soto 5 7 3 7 5 27
Dixie 6 6
Duval 216 105 50 2 462 191 1,026
Escambia 29 30 11 603 5 2 680
Flagler 4 1 7 12
Franklin 1 2 7 4 14
Gadsden 3 27 35 15 3 2 85
Gilchrist 2 2 4
Glades 2 1 1 4
Gulf 2 5 4 14 25
Hamilton 9 1 4 13 2 29
Hardee 8 5 1 5 1 20
Hendry 3 8 1 6 1 19
Hernando 4 3 5 3 1 16
Highlands 15 5 7 7 6 4 44
Hillsborough 224 103 36 101 312 23 799









ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)

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

Holmes 1 2 7 10
Indian River 21 7 3 1 9 1 42
Jackson 6 7 2 75 3 2 95
Jefferson 2 6 13 2 23
Lafayette 3 1 7 1 1 13
Lake 42 20 11 10 20 10 113
Lee 31 18 4 6 25 3 87
Leon 20 129 90 5 2 246
Levy 8 7 1 27 3 1 47
Liberty 1 2 2 5
Madison 2 3 6 81 1 1 94
Manatee 23 31 7 386 13 2 462
Marion 32 21 11 236 11 2 313
Martin 11 1 4 10 8 34
Monroe 20 8 2 15 45
Nassau 7 4 5 3 25 44
Okaloosa 9 19 3 2 2 35
Okeechobee 4 3 1 2 4 1 15
Orange 122 67 22 7 85 308 611
Osceola 10 3 2 7 15 37
Palm Beach 89 40 17 507 64 8 725
Pasco 12 8 1 5 12 1 39
Pinellas 132 71 4 1,163 52 6 1,428
Polk 120 76 23 41 161 17 438
Putnam 7 4 10 104 13 1 139
St. Johns 31 6 4 21 44 2 108
St. Lucie 13 18 5 5 13 2 56
Santa Rosa 7 7 97 111
Sarasota 54 33 1 147 33 1 269









ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)

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

Seminole 20 7 7 1 16 14 65
Sumter 10 3 4 14 31
Suwannee 5 8 6 11 6 36
Taylor 5 16 38 3 1 63
Union 1 2 3
Volusia 71 25 15 387 63 9 570
Wakulla 7 4 1 12
Walton 2 2 1 17 1 23
, Washington 2 2 1 18 2 25
o: Total 2,695 1,394 610 4,532 3,907 714 13,852









ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROIMENT

(By County)




68? 111135 23 L1 1 95 .
2A 5 18 5 /246 2
Si 63 j94




I o..' i -_. 5 11;.i
\2' 124

63 .l I '1 ', W,


31 .

1,428 L1 6 .
S37



39 3 -
462i 20 1 15
6i9 ;7 27 -


OTAL 13,852 87 1i9 725

25 i Vi

mo 20 3,165/(

45A











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1958 GRADUATES OF FLORIDA PUBLIC
HIGH SCHOOLS

(By County)



'1 A iOSA I lA3 .M1 S
3 12 -, 369_ .
2011263 1147 ..-i, .7 9d 0 o .
1128 -CAKr,, 300 Tm64
--. 502*1 9 154 '- I 6 o



/35 547 229 i9
4 36
/ 1i 504 i




216 / A

52 13 .1, 298

f26 888 18^9 o09 12014

i- 84 85

-0670
TPOTAL-628,398 3- 400

951,66810


1- 40 -
Vsr'^^l~"""'3" lieW"






4o- iT'c~ -^'^ b









PERCENTAGE THAT THE NUMBER OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE STUDENTS
IS OF THE NUMBER OF 1958 GRADUATES OF FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS

(By County)

5AiTS Q -- N '" ,.'OU WtS 25.3 -,
3l5. 3 J 49.0
S 15 5 3


...... 1 3.9
"".^'"-'" lo,;. pp... ,, 14 9



...|.,._ 4 .- --
.6.1 23-L. .,_ .:Ki: I
41.6 ,53.2
..........................








Key: 85.6 'L8.i ,,. 36
[Z77J Highest Quartile (45.3% -108.5%) i. .I{

117111 Second Quartile (32.1% 44.86) 0t '-
.9. 27,iv9
.... _.: ::::I...~5

", ";','o.T .-IT, -
r" .^ ^,'12 -.






MediTotal Number of 1958 Graduates of Florida Public.3
Ke\--8" .v1. '. v. 1
Highrd Quartile (- 23.38,3 8,329.898)
,.. .... 1 ........... ' ,




iLowest Quartile (48.1 23.18%) 'G '-.






schools 8.8Quartie ( %





Percentage Total Number of Florida First-Time4- -C
iStu dents in Florida situations of Higher3 3 u "'
-5-



Total Number of 1958 Graduates of Florida Public



Percentage that Total Number of Florida First-Time-
in-College Students in Florida Institutions is to the
Total Number of 1958 Graduates of Florida Public High
Schools 48.8



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COMPARISON OF THE NUMBER OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE STUDENTS FRCM FLORIDA
WITH THE NUMBER OF 1958 GRADUATES OF FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS



Cut of a total enrollment of 54,732 on-campus, college-grade students

in Florida's colleges and universities in the fall of 1958, 16,232 were

enrolled in college for the first time. Of these first-time-in-college

students, 13,852 came from the several counties of Florida (See page 39).

Records of the State Department of Education show that 28,398 students

were graduatedin the spring of 1958 from the public high schools of the

State. The distribution of these graduates is shown by county on page 40.

For the state as a whole, the number of Florida students who en-

rolled in college for the first time in a Florida institution for the

fall term 1958 was 48.8% of the number of 1958 graduates of the Florida

public high schools. This cannot be taken to mean that 48.8% of the

Florida high school graduates for that year entered college in Florida

the fall term following their graduation, for some of those new college

students may have completed high school at an earlier time and some may

have graduated from other than a Florida public high school. Some of the

entering students may have moved from one county to another during the

interim between their graduation from high school and their enrollment

in college. From the county by county comparisons shown on page 41 it

is noted that there were more first-time-in-college students from Manatee

County than there were 1958 high school graduates from that county.

With these limitations in mind, the percentages, especially when

they have been accumulated over a period of a few years, can serve as

a useful index of the extent to which the youth of the several counties

continue in school in Florida beyond their graduation from high school.



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FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT FROM
COMMUNITY JUNIOR COLLEGE ATTENDANCE AREAS



The planned development of community junior colleges is one of the

steps that is being taken in Florida to serve the rapidly growing college-

age population. For the fall term of 1958 there were 26 counties, i.e.,

Bay, Calhoun, Citrus, Clay, Escambia, Flagler, Manatee, Marion, Palm

Beach, Pinellas, Putnam, St. Johns, Santa Rosa, Sarasota, Suwannee,

Taylor, Volusia, and Washington, that were reported by the State Depart-

ment of Education as being within community junior college attendance

areas.

Of the first-time-in-college students attending Florida institutions

in the fall of 1958 who came from the 26 counties within community junior

college attendance areas, 75% were enrolled in community junior colleges,

7% were enrolled in private institutions, and 18% were enrolled in the

State University System. Of this category of students who came from the

other 41 counties, 5% were attending community junior colleges, 51% were

in private institutions, and 44% were enrolled in the State University

System.

Whereas 32% of the 1958 graduates of the public high schools of

Florida were in counties within community junior college attendance areas,

40o of the Florida first-time-in-college students attending Florida insti-

tutions were from that group of 26 counties.

The number of first-time-in-college students from the 26 counties

within community junior college attendance areas was 61% of the 1958

graduates of the public high schools of those counties, whereas the com-

parable figure for the balance of the State was 43%.



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AREAS SERVED BY FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING



The maps on the pages which follow show the areas in which selected

institutions and types of institutions have different levels of attrac-

tion for students attending college in Florida.

The first of these maps in concerned with the total on-campus,

college-grade enrollment of the University of Florida. It is shown

that 10,798 students or 24% of the 45,028 Florida students attending

college in the State were enrolled at the University of Florida for the

1958 fall term. It is also shown that 26% of the students from Hills-

borough County who were attending college in Florida were enrolled at

the University of Florida; and the appropriate percentages are shown for

each of the several other counties of the State.

Since the University of Florida enrolled 24% of the Florida students

attending college in the State, counties with 24% or higher of their

students attending the University of Florida are considered to be attracted

to that institution; and counties with 34% or higher of their students

attending the University of Florida are considered to be among those

most attracted to the university at Gainesville.

The map on page 48 shows the same kind of information for the first-

time-in-college enrollment with reference to the University of Florida.

This plan is used for the Florida State University, for the Florida

A. & M. University, for the State University System as a whole, for the

system of community junior colleges, and for the private institutions.

In each case the percentage that the enrollment of the institution (or

type of institution) is of the total enrollment of Florida students attend-

ing college in the State is used as the base to identify the counties

attracted to that institution.
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PERCENTAGE THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS ENROLLED FROM EACH COUNTY
IN THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
IS OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)



662
60 9 6-,
9-9? ? fih. 2r-tt -:47-' -- ) 'i'""11T
757 WAIVALA 4,
80 75 i 70 '-



/ 63 v1.:.I^i.:.l:;. :

68 6 168
Key: 3"


S 43% to 53% : .. 9 5

,3-I0 2 3.9
rM. an' H it~er l'l < li............. L .
633
6 68


P75 80 o I.S
32 J623r


students in Florida institutions were 59
enrolled in the State University System. T

6 11. "-. "

oE c,









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PERCENTAGE THE NUMBER OF FTIC* STUDENTS ENROLLED FROM EACH COUNTY
IN THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
IS OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FTIC FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)

- *. .* , !, -" .'i30 .._ / ... 3. v / .





100 J0, 770
: '. "'. I ;. :. -' .. .* 1 "-






.Key: 75 -.. -.', [


1111 34 to 44^ 50 :
-,L45 j_, .'.-"






S 44% and Higher 31 A
65 53 64
,,-. 61 ...r4
1A 56 .-


1 .-63 5 0
NOTE: 4,699 or 340 of the total of 13,852 FTIC ^ -- ^u ......-
Florida students in Florida institutions were 68 i 81..
enrolled in the State University System.


67
63 33





*First-Time-in-College oh








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PERCENTAGE THE TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS ENROLLED FROM EACH COUNTY
IN THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
IS OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)









37
67 -o..8 i .:




1^^ Less than 24% 21 8^ 4^**i




37 A"38.141 X36 'lX.
.. ... .'., Z1S..









9 38

38 4 1 i36 l
47- *...*.. OW-A.

NOTE: 10,798 or 24% of the total of 45,028 Florida
students in Florida institutions were enrolled .
at the University of Florida.



47 .









47 -










PERCENTAGE THE NUMBER OF FTIC* STUDENTS ENROLLED FROM EACH COUNTY
IN THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
IS OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FTIC FLORIDA
STUDENTS ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)


A 7K T--.--.F.-7
/fet7 4" 31^.^y .4,

0.t*\. 1,3( -' i .30" .. ... 4
o. .~: l30 2)



100oo 63 AGE

10
;'~. .. lui
*d 32 7 .3
Key: 20

Less than 19% 9 31 ...,..

l* : 19% to 29% VP -WA2N

S29% and Higher
S:! 140
o: :'--**r -1;-. 34 3.
-:-J9 J 32
56 o

36 'Ja a

NOTE: 2,695 or 19o of the total of 13,852 FTIC 56 40
Florida students in Florida institutions
were enrolled at the University of Florida. t






*First-Time-in-College CPcP







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PERCENTAGE TEE TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS ENROLLED FROM EACH COUNTY
IN THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
IS OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)

143.
S 51 4oi L N I

(^ 1,80 4-- 6 5 (/25 r-f 1 T *b .':F
4 57;'I; ;




*- U :p ..
d.... ;, ';, -:I *. A

Key: 7
Less than 14% 10 ,.' : .

14% to 24%i ,;:::::::;:;:;

I 24% and Higher ..,.,.,"-







NOTE: 6,108 or 14fo of the total of 45,028 Florida


492
r: ...'.A;' ',t : Y'

NOTE: 6,108 or 14% of the total of 45,028 Florida I2Ji^'^^ ^i
students in Florida institutions were enrolled .;-:......
at the Florida State University '^ ^i ,














49 -









PERCENTAGE THE NUMBER OF FTIC* STUDENTS ENROLLED FROM EACH COUNTY
IN THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
IS OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FTIC FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)






>2 5- .
I ,I'. '




e s: 5t4ha9 n 100,. o, 8he o'lof13
...20 9..- 2
Key.. .. ... ...'. e i. .. ,\^
J .lA .' .-' ,.: i .;;i "\l '.


Key: I .,O i r* .
**- athl Less than 10S% U ni21v..ti
atre -in-Colle........ e
l.10 to 24p,:o.o.',: 5.0

i--1 20% and Higher -
25




S2^ 42
NOTE: 1,394, or 10%, of the total of 13,852 Florida '.Ji. .;9lL.-- D'^
students in Florida institutions were enrolled '' '.''"..'"
at the Florida State University, .'.,'''-- ..








*First-Time-in-College





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PERCENTAGE THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS ENROLLED FROM EACH COUNTY
IN THE FLORIDA A. & M. UNIVERSITY
IS OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN NONWHITE FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)

.. '


.j 6635
I' y ) i
S.., I .


22.

*50

Key: L
E- _Under 52%o 2 -
5,II1 '

62% and Higher 4:.:.
1 ---- "-''' :'.. ,.:. ''..
No Students *55.
W y,'"^ .'.' T,-,,.




enrolled in nonwhite Florida institutions were
enrolled in the Florida A. & M. University.












51 -
;"' :'.. h-:" .'"R
k-5.--,' 'X
Uder52%21 '":";'I """''a<
I:::::::::::::t 52 to 6 ,k,,"5 I '" ',"
'U ::::i .:::,::
'. .. f ._


51 "- '.-.,. -r-. .









PERCENTAGE THE NUMBER OF FTIC* STUDENTS ENROLLED FROM EACH COUNTY
IN THE FLORIDA A. & M. UNIVERSITY
IS OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FTIC FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN ALL NONWHITE INSTITUTIONS
(By County)


6 7' "p ---"-

'/, ,7 '" o ,' 0 0I



Key: 100 -6" 5

lF. 34 tol. 2* -df 30o
"3 "0 "0", '"

45 3.. -'. "

*. -o /*



44U, ander 34 her 10 T Fl. .&


4* N to FTIC Students 2 .,.. ,.30.. '
.o..... .. ., .5. , ,


100 ",J' 1.. ..



%DIN 33.-^'i ^

NOTE: 610, or 34%, of the 1,793 FTIC Florida
students enrolled in nonwhite Florida 77?
institutions were enrolled in the .///'/
Florida A. & M. University.





*First-Time-in-College






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PERCENTAGE THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS ENROLLED FROM EACH COUNTY
IN THE PUBLIC COMMUNITY JUNIOR COLLEGES
IS OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)

177 1 ,, ;. "30 '":'-."' "

53
S7O29 52 Hige
/.-o, 70, . \ t1 r. -i
S ..36 ,i. .. ,',-








Key: -,-,h .: 1,..f:
,I.,-. 3.'- W '.' .-





LLess than 19%






29% and Higher -
41" ess' t



-A53 --




in Public Community Junior Colleges.







*Less than I%





53 -









PERCENTAGE THE NUMBER OF FTIC* STUDENTS ENROLLED FROM EACH COUNTY
IN THE PUBLIC COMMUNITY JUNIOR COLLEGES
IS OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FTIC FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)

87 7o ..
( /, ,.,\ .,8 860 I o ".
5 3 -ca-' 86- ;" .

'9 9o
\ e 74 79^ 7
/ 72 54 ^ \ 5 i .
Z^57853iN ^ 5!-86 0^P7 ^*:










Eli] Less than 33 81 ".. .. .. .
319
.,Z',33% to.43%. ,.6 o 2.T-.\
;:o -9.: .175 .


..NOTE: ,532, o 33 o"''. the total of 13852 FTIC
S57 ,-
r 75 i..\, i e,

eolled iP ouiClee. I .
Key: M ^rt-ie-Col
6Less than 33% 81 ...'b:
-3:.';. -'- .
33% to 43% Nss^^
s 43% and higher : 1.. ',. ?
5 L 4.


7 3' ,' ,':
NOTE: 4,532, or 33^ of the total of 13,852 FTIC
Florida students in Florida institutions were ,....:......,.
enrolled in Public Community Junior Colleges. :






"." ,, 54 :,-
-' 0 .4 ..--..










PERCENTAGE THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS ENROLLED
FROM EACH COUNTY IN THE PRIVATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
IS OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)


0 1 -
Ke: T .,
.. .x...4 :; .. 8 .'

.., :. 3 o 59



1-3














NOTE: 17,150, or 38, of the total of 45,028 Florida ..
in the Private Colleges and Universities. 70
r ,Mr7 :--,-.' :.'- "t ;
Key: B4 : ',. .:" -







NE: 1,ss ora 38oto 50 Florid.-5







in the Private Colleges and Universities. ^.^ 70










PERCENTAGE THE NUMBER CO FTIC* STUDENTS ENROLLED FROM EACH COUNTt
IN THE PRIVATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
IS OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FTIC FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)




5 5
11 19 f^ 90 -64


Key~..:6.. '"':" :. _' t





S.7.'
"I/ \. ": \ "" -

Key: _6." I 64

Less than 33% 59

33% to 43% A ::: 1'

43% and Higher .I ,

h^..'24





NOTE: 4,621, or 33%, of the total oI 13,852 FT.IC. -'
Florida students in Florida institutions were ..." -
enrolled in the Private Colleges and Universities. &,.







* First-Time -in-College







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ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(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 5 9 15 19 9 6 63
Arizona 1 1
Arkansas 2 1 1 4 1 9
California 1 2 1 2 14 0 20
Colorado 3 2 5
Connecticut 3 1 3 53 2 62
Delaware 1 2 5 8
District of Columbia 2 2 17 1 22
Florida 2,695 1,394 610 4,532 3,907 714 13,852
Georgia 21 53 14 3 82 12 185
Idaho -
Illinois 15 8 3 2 112 6 146
Indiana 7 7 1 1 49 6 71
Iowa 7 7
Kansas 1 2 1 4
Kentucky 2 4 3 32 6 47
Louisiana 3 1 5 9
Maine 3 1 14
Maryland 5 2 1 27 35
Massachusetts 2 7 7 70 86
Michigan 6 1 1 6 44 9 67
Minnesota 2 1 12 1 16
Mississippi 2 1 2 1 4 10
Missouri 1 15 3 19
Montana -
Nebraska 3 3
Nevada -
New Hampshire 1 1 4 6
New Jersey 19 5 1 2 163 1 191








ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By State)

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

New Mexico 1 1
New York 45 13 3 8 347 8 424
North Carolina 2 7 1 7 31 4 52
North Dakota 1 1
Ohio 13 9 1 6 73 13 115
Oklahoma 5 1 6
Oregon 2 2
Pennsylvania 11 10 5 8 146 6 186
Rhode Island 1 9 1 11
South Carolina 2 4 7 3 17 1 34
South Dakota 1 1
Tennessee 6 6 1 2 30 5 50
Texas 1 2 1 22 5 31
Utah -
Vermont 1 1 1 2 5
Virginia 5 3 5 2 26 2 43
Washington 1 2 3
West Virginia 1 1 4 15 2 23
Wisconsin 4 2 3 25 1 35
Wyoming 2 2
Total 2,884 1,562 675 4,633 5,411 818 15,983

Alaska 1 1
Canal Zone 1 2 1 -3 7
Guam 1 1
Hawaii -1 1
Puerto Rico 5 14 19
Other Countries 42 7 10 132 5 196
Unclassified 24 24

GRAND TOTAL 2,932 1,571 676 4,644 5,586 823 16,232








FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By State)


3 I 7~ ~' -,
.-3-- ... / */ % '

MONTH. NAK. I -.
S QREGN -- MINN. J
I2 / AHO -- -.. ). 86
S0 A S. DAK. I16 2
: "wyo i1 35 \ CH-/ .- -
) -----. w 67r 62
S i .EV. .-.--__ -. NEBR. IOWA OHIO 186 191
S3 IL-.- L IN .I. 115 \8
I ur 146 1UTAH V 35
CAF. \ I COLO. KANSA/ 3 M 2
SKAN SAS MO 3 -- Washington,
20 ''"----- ;_. .._. 94 y .. D.. -22
,-, ]-.D C \I- c .'T -

AR IZ AR. 0-- C.
SN. MEX 6
1 ---- .9 GA.
m---s. PA\SS
-. ---- 10 63 ( 185
Florida 13, 852 TEXAS 1
13,852TEXASLk852
U.S. (Out-of-State) 2,131 31,
Alaska 1 .
Canal Zone 7 FLA
Guam 1
Hawaii 1
Puerto Rico 19
Other Countries 196
Unclassified 24
16,232