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 Front Cover
 Title Page
 The board of control
 Locations of Florida institutions...
 Table of Contents
 List of Tables
 List of maps
 Principal findings in enrollments,...
 On campus college grade enrollments...
 First-time-in-college enrollme...
 Graduate student enrollment in...
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Enrollment in Florida's institutions of higher learning
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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
Florida -- Board of Control
Publisher: Office of the Board of Regents, State University System of Florida.
Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Creation Date: 1960
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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.
General Note: Vols. for 1964- issued as its Publication (L136.B3).
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover
    Title Page
        Page i
    The board of control
        Page ii
        Page iii
    Locations of Florida institutions of higher learning
        Page iv
        Page v
    Table of Contents
        Page vi
    List of Tables
        Page vii
        Page viii
    List of maps
        Page ix
        Page x
        Page xi
    Principal findings in enrollments, fall 1960
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
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    On campus college grade enrollments in all institutions of higher learning in Florida
        Page 5
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    First-time-in-college enrollment
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    Graduate student enrollment in Florida's institutions of higher learning
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    Students by residence areas served
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    Trends in Florida college grade enrollment, fall 1957-fall 1960
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ENROLLMENT


IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS


OF HIGHER LEARNING


















COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONJ
UNIVERSITY OF FLOiRDA

FALL 1960



Board of Control, Tallahassee













THE BOARD OF CONTROL



J. J. DANIEL
Chairman
Jacksonville


J. K. HAYS
Vice Chairman
Winter Haven


JAMES J. LOVE
Quincy


RALPH L. MILLER
Orlando


S. KENDRICK GUERNSEY
Jacksonville


JAMES D. CAMP, SR.
Ft. Lauderdale


FRANK M. BUCHANAN
Miami









J. B. CULPEPPER
Executive Director
Tallahassee









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Office of the Board of Control
Tallahassee, Florida
February 22, 1961



This report of the fall 1960 enrollment in the institutions of
higher learning in Florida is the fourth annual report prepared
with the cooperation of both the public and private colleges and
universities in the State.

This report has been developed in such a way that the data are
comparable among the institutions since 1957 when the series was
initiated. The last section of the report summarizes the data
over a four-year period, making reference to the earlier volumes
unnecessary.

Appreciation is expressed to the officials of the cooperating
institutions and to the personnel of the Community Junior College
Division of the State Department of Education for their assistance
in the collection of data for this report.

The preparation of this report has been the responsibility of
Dr. Thomas C. Dula, Assistant Director of Research in the Office
of the Board of Control.



Myron R. Blee
Educational and. Research Officer




















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LOCATIONS OF FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER TdERpI G







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State University System i -

1. Florida State University i 17
2. Florida A. & M. University 3
3. University of Florida 3 x
4. University of South Florida 34 I
25 \
Public Community Junior Colleges e- i I'

5. Pensacola Junior College
6. Washington Junior College .--
7. Chipola Junior College
8. Gulf Coast Junior College ,-i '
9. Rosenwald Junior College
10. North Florida Junior College -'
11. Suwannee River Junior College 22
12. St. Johns River Junior College
13. Collier-Blocker Junior College
14. Daytona Beach Junior College
15. Volusia County Community Junior College
16. Brevard Junior College
17. Carver Junior College
18. Indian River Junior College
19. Lincoln Junior College
20. Palm Beach Junior College
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31. "rlL ::c--,9_. and Industrial Meamorial College
32. Stetson University
33. Rollins Colr.- e
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35. Florida Presbyterian C.(:lcmZ:
36. uT:.iv rs it of T;-c .
37, Barry Co.3ege
38. [Goaer.;F t, of -NMiami
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40, St. Leo college
l Florida Christian College
42. Orlando Junior Collc-'
43. Webber College




















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CONTENTS





Page No.


PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENTS, FALL 1960..................... 1



ON CAMPUS COLLEGE GRADE ENROLLMENTS IN ALL INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING IN FLORIDA.................................... 5



FIRST TIME IN COLLEGE ENROLLMENTS...............................40



GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING.................. ............................61



STUDENTS BY RESIDENCE AREAS SERVED ...............................75



TRENDS IN FLORIDA COLLEGE GRADE ENROLLMENT,
1957 1960 ......................................................86



















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TABLES

Table Number Page
1. Enrollment of all Institutions of Higher Learning
(By Type). . . . . . .. 4

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

3. Florida Enrollment. . . . . .. 15

4. Out-Of-State Enrollment. . . . .. 15

5. All Enrollments. .... . .. . 15

6. All Institutions of Higher Learning Total On-Campus
College Grade Enrollment (By County) . . .. 16

7. All Institutions of Higher Learning Total On-Campus
College-Grade Enrollment. .. . . 30

8. Florida First-Time-In-College Enrollment
Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960. . . ... 42

9. Out-Of-State First-Time-In-College Enrollment
Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960. . . ... 42

10. All First-Time-In-College Enrollment
Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960. . . ... 42

11. All Institutions of Higher Learning First-Time-In-College
Enrollment (By County) . ........... .45

12. All Institutions of Higher Learning First-Time-In-College
Enrollment (By State) . . . .... 58

13. Graduate Student Enrollment in Florida Institutions
(By County) . . . .... ..... 64

14. Graduate Student Enrollment (By State) . ... 70

15. Comparisons of the Fall 1957 with The Fall 1958, and The
Fall 1959 with The Fall 1960 Enrollments in Florida
Colleges and Universities, By Types of Institutions. 89

16. Enrollment In Florida Institutions of Higher Learning
Fall 1957 Fall 1960 . . . .. 90


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17. Percentage Distribution of Enrollments By Type of
Institution Fall 1957 Fall 1960 . . 92

18. The Percentage That First-Time-In-College Enrollments
Are of the Number of High School Graduates
(By County) . . . .... ..... 94

19. High School Graduates Compared With First-Time-In-
College Enrollments of Florida Students . ... 99

20. Data Relating to the Female Component of College
Enrollments Fall 1957 Fall 1960 . . 101

21. College Grade Enrollments 1957 1960 By Institution. 102


































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Page

Enrollment In All Institutions of Higher Learning
(By County) ................... ... 19

Percentage of Florida Students In Florida Colleges And
Universities (By County). .... . . ... 20

Density of College Student Population . . ... 22

University of Florida (By County) . .. ... 23

Florida State University (By County). . . . 24

Florida A. & M. University (By County). . .. 25

University of South Florida (By County) . . 26

Public Junior Colleges (By County). . . ... 27

Private Degree-granting Institutions (By County). . .. 28

Private Junior Colleges (By County) . . . 29

All Institutions of Higher Learning (By State). . .. 32

University of Florida (By State). ... . . 33

Florida State University (By State) . . . 34

Florida A. & M. University (By State) . . . 35

University of South Florida (By State). . . . 36

Public Junior Colleges (By State) . . . 37

Private Degree-granting Institutions (By State) . .. 38

Private Junior Colleges (By State). . . . ... 39

All Institutions of Higher Learning First-Time-in-College
Enrollment (By County) . . . ... 48

1960 Graduates of Florida Public High Schools (By County) 49

Percentage That the Number of Florida First-Time-In-College
Students is of the Number of 1960 Graduates of Florida
Public High Schools (By County) . . . 50

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(Maps continued)
University of Florida First-Time-In-College Enrollment
(By County) . . . . .. ...... 51

Florida State University First-Time-In-College Enrollment
(By County) . . . . . 52

Florida A. & M. University First-Time-In-College Enrollment
(By County) . . . . ... ...... .53

University of South Florida First-Time-In-College Enrollment
(By County) . . . . .. . 5

Public Junior Colleges First-Time-In-College Enrollment
(By County) . . . . ... 55

Private Degree-granting Institutions First-Time-In-College
Enrollment (By County). . . . .. . 56

Private Junior Colleges First-Time-In-College Enrollment
(By County) . . . . ... . .. 57

All Institutions of Higher Learning First-Time-In-College
Enrollment (By State) ............ . 60

Graduate Student Enrollment in Florida Institutions (By County) 67

Graduate Student Enrollment in the State University System
(By County) ........ ....... .. ... .. 68

Graduate Student Enrollment in Private Degree-granting
Institutions (By County). . . . . 69

Graduate Student Enrollment in Florida Institutions (By State). 72

Graduate Student Enrollment in the State University System
(By State) . . . . . . 73

Graduate Student Enrollment in Private Degree-granting
Institutions in Florida (By State). . . ... 74

Percentage the Total Number of Florida Students Enrolled in the
State University System Is Of the Total Number of Florida
Students Enrolled In All Florida Institutions (By County) 77

Percentage the Number of FTIC Students Enrolled In the State
University System Is Of the Total Number of FTIC Florida
Students Enrolled In All Florida Institutions (By County) 78



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(Maps continued)
Percentage the Number of Graduate Students Enrolled In
The State University System Is Of the Total Number of
Florida Graduate Students Enrolled In All Florida
Institutions (By County) . . . .... .79

Percentage the Total Number of Florida Students Enrolled In
The Public Community Junior Colleges Is Of the Total Number
of Florida Students Enrolled in all Florida Institutions
(By County) . . ... . . .... 80

Percentage the Number of FTIC Students Enrolled In the Public
Community Junior Colleges Is Of the Total Number of FTIC
Florida Students Enrolled In All Florida Institutions
(By County) . . ......... . 81

Percentage the Total Number of Florida Students Enrolled
In the Private Colleges and Universities Is of the Total
Number of Florida Students Enrolled In All Florida
Institutions (By County) . . . .... .82

Percentage the Number of FTIC Students Enrolled In the
Private Colleges and Universities Is Of the Total Number of
FTIC Florida Students Enrolled In All Florida Institutions
(By County) . . . . ... ..... 83

Percentage the Number of Graduate Students Enrolled In
Private Institutions Is Of the Total Number of Florida
Graduate Students Enrolled In All Florida Institutions
(By County) . . . . ... . 84























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PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENT,

FALL 1960


































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PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENT,
FALL 1960

At the opening of the 1960-61 college year there were 68,172 on-campus

college-grade students enrolled in 43 institutions of higher learning in

Florida. This was 8,051 (13.4%) more students than the 60,121 who were en-

rolled one year earlier.

42,843 students were enrolled in the 28 institutions of higher learning

that are operated by public bodies in the State. 27,053 students, or 39.7%

of the total number of 68,172 students, were enrolled inthe four institutions

in the State University System (13,100 at the University of Florida, 9,019

at the Florida State University, 2,943 at the Florida Agricultural and

Mechanical University, and 1,991 at the University of South Florida). 15,790

students, or 23.2% of the total, were enrolled for college credit in the 24

community junior colleges of which the St. Petersburg Junior College with

3,196 students was the largest.

25,329 students, or 37.1% of the total number of students, were enrolled

in 15 private institutions of higher learning in the State, with 12,735 of

these students attending the University of Miami.

22,484 students, or 33.0% of the total number of 68,172 students, were

in college for the first time, and 4,158, or 6.1%, were graduate students.

56,339 of the 68,172 students were residents of Florida. 11,833
students, or 17.4% of the total, were students who came into Florida Insti-

tutions from other states and from foreign countries. Two-thirds of the

out-of-state students were enrolled in private institutions.

Whereas 11,833 students came into Florida to attend college, an esti-

mated 17,554 Florida students were enrolled in out-of-state colleges and

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universities. Thus for every 10 students who came into Florida to attend

college there were 14 Florida students attending college out of State. The

estimated net out-migration of college students for fall term 1960 was 5,721.

45,328 students, or 80.5% of the total number of 56,339 Florida students

enrolled in Florida colleges and universities, were from 13 counties (Dade -

13,039, Pinellas 5,145, Hillsborough 4,623, Duval 3,845, Broward -

2,888, Palm Beach 2,641, Orange 2,617, Escambia 2,434, Volusia 2,054,

Leon 1,951, Polk 1,736, Brevard 1,240, and Alachua 1,115).

24.1% of the total number of Florida students attending college in

Florida were from the eight counties in the Tampa Bay Area. 23.1o were from

Dade County. 33.0% were from the three counties (Dade, Broward, and Palm

Beach) on the lower east coast.

In addition to the 68,172 college-grade students enrolled in on-campus

instructional programs there were, at the time the reports were filed, 5,210

additional students enrolled for one or more college-grade credit courses in

some form of extension program.



















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TABLE 1

ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By Type)

Off-Campus
On-Campus Enrollmentl Enrollment
First Time Graduate Terminal (College-Grade
Total Florida Non-Florida in College2 Programs3 Programs Courses)5

University System 27,053 23,356 3,697 7,116 2,873 127 4,202

University of Florida 13,100 11,312 1,788 3,002 1,309 60 1,958
Florida State University 9,019 7,315 1,704 2,040 1,335 1,819
Florida A. & M. University 2,943 2,760 183 702 229 67 425
University of South Florida 1,991 1,969 22 1,372 -

Public Junior Colleges 15,790 15,443 347 8,011 1,843

- .Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 23,760 16,247 7,513 6,591 1,285 86 1,008

Private Junior Colleges 1,569 1,293 276 766 81 -

Total 68,172 56,339 11,833 22,484 4,158 2,137 5,210



IIncludes all students in one or more courses for credit and which are given on campus.
2Includes all students who have not been enrolled in any other college or university.
3lncludes all students enrolled in graduate programs. Law and medical students are not
included in this category.
4Includes all students who are enrolled in terminal or technical programs.
5lncludes students enrolled in courses for credit and which are given off campus; excludes
students in correspondence courses and in contract programs.
































ON CAMPUS COLLEGE GRADE ENROLLMENT IN
ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING IN FLORIDA





































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DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL COLLEGE GRADE ENROLLMENT IN
ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING IN FLORIDA

Table 2 gives total on-campus, first-time-in-college, extension and ter-

minal enrollments, by sex, for each institution of higher learning in the

State of Florida. There were 68,172 students enrolled in 43 colleges and

universities in the State of Florida in the fall term of 1960. Of these,

41,769 (61.3%) were men, and 26,403 (38.7%) were women.

Of the 50,813 students enrolled in the 15 degree-granting institutions,

27,053 (53.2%) were in the four State universities while 23,760 (46.8%) were

in the 11 private degree-granting colleges and universities.

Junior colleges enrolled 17,359 students, of whom 15,790 (91.0%) were in

the 24 public institutions, while the remaining 1,569 (9.0%) were attending

the four private institutions.

Percentages of enrollments of Florida students, non-Florida students, and

the total of all students by type of institution are shown in Tables 3,4, and 5.

Table 6 distributes the 56,339 Florida students by county among the four

State universities and among the other institutions by type--public junior

colleges, private degree-granting institutions, and private junior colleges.

Totals for each county are given in the table and also on the map on page 19.

The enrollments from each county are shown as percentages of the total on the

map on page 20.

The density of the Florida college student population is discussed on

page 21 and is shown by county on the map on page 22.
The maps on pages 23 through 29 show enrollments by county for each of

the State universities and for the other universities and colleges by type.

Table 7 and the maps on pages 32 through 39 show the same kind of information

by state of origin of the students.
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TABLE 2

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. and M. University
Men 1,431 370 88 63
Women 1,512 332 337 4
Total 2,943 702 -25 67

Florida State University
Men 4,897 934 455 0
Women 4,122 1,106 1,364 0
Total 9,019 2,040 1,819 0

University of Florida
Men 9,554 1,952 817 60
Women 3,546 1,050 1,141 0
Total 13,100 3,002 1,958 60

University of South Florida
Men 1,190 837 0 0
Women 801 535 0 0
Total 1,991 1,372 0 0

Total University System
Men 17,072 4,093 1,360 123
Women 9,981 3,023 2,842 4
Total 27,053 7,116 4,202 127

PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

Brevard Junior College
Men 420 298 0 92
Women 306 224 0 1
Total 726 522 0 93






TABLE 2 (cont.)


On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extension Students
PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES (Contd.)

Carver Junior College
Men 11 11 0 1
Women 27 27 O 1
Total 38 38 0 2

Central Florida Junior College
Men 303 137 0 8
Women 150 77 0 11
Total 53 O 19

Chipola Junior College
Men 341 168 0 16
Women 157 84 0 20
Total 498 252 0

Collier-Blocker Junior College
Men 20 19 0 0
Women 33 30 0 0
Total 53 09 0

Dade County Junior College
Men 918 797 0 231
Women 470 411 0 89
Total 1,388 1,208 0 320

Daytona Beach Junior College
Men 460 193 0 74
Women 367 121 0 0
Total 827 311 0

Gibbs Junior College
Men 251 117 0 1
Women 396 239 0 35
Total 677 356 0 3






TABLE 2 (cont.)


On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extension Students
PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES (Contd.)

Gulf Coast Junior College
Men 334 132 0 50
Women 169 88 0 39
Total 503 220 0

Hampton Junior College
Men 59 32 0 0
Women 111 56 0 2
Total 170 8 0 2

Indian River Junior College
Men 177 125 0 7
Women 171 77 0 11
Total 348 202 0 18
\o
The Junior College of Broward County
Men 416 295 0 0
Women 271 165 0 0
Total 687 460 0 0

Lincoln Junior College
Men 18 17 0 0
Women 67 39 0 0
Total 85 5 o o

Manatee Junior College
Men 435 206 0 13
Women 322 132 0 25
Total 757 338 0 38

North Florida Junior College
Men 180 77 0 1
Women 171 73 0 17
Total 351 150 0 18







TABLE 2 (cont.)


On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extension Students
PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES (Contd.)

Palm Beach Junior College
Men 986 412 0 19
Women 725 361 0 85
Total 1,711 773 0 104

Pensacola Junior College
Men 1,379 558 0 173
Women 753 355 0 39
Total 2,132 913 0 212

Roosevelt Junior College
Men 78 37 0 0
Women 103 56 0 3
Total 181 93 0 3
o
Rosenwald Community Junior College
Men 35 23 0 1
Women 37 21 0 7
Total 72 44 0

St. Johns River Junior College
Men 229 107 0 0
Women 110 50 0 0
Total 339 157 0 0

St. Petersburg Junior College
Men 1,940 719 0 440
Women 1,362 566 0 311
Total 3,302 1,285 0 751

Suwannee River Junior College
Men 30 14 0 0
Women 63 31 0 2
Total 93 45 0 2






TABLE 2 (cont.)


On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extension Students
PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES (Contd.)

Volusia County Community Junior College
Men 82 44 0 0
Women 157 75 o 18
Total 239 119 0

Washington Junior College
Men 82 50 0 0
Women 108 65 0 0
Total 190 115 0 0

Total Public Junior Colleges

Men 9,184 4,588 O 1,127
Women 6,606 3,423 0 716
STotal 15,790 8,11 0 1,843

PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

Barry College
Men 67 0 O 0
Women 737 220 0 0
Total 8 220 0 0

Bethune-Cookman College
Men 258 67 0 0
Women 421 93 0 0
Total 679 10 0 0

Edward Waters College
Men 275 105 0 1
Women 423 155 0 28
Total 698 26o O 29






TABLE 2 (cont.)


On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extension Students
PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS (Contd.)

Florida Normal & Industrial
Memorial College
Men 101 29 0 0
Women 195 46 0 0
Total 296 75 0 0

Florida Presbyterian College
Men 84 83 0 0
Women 69 68 0 0
Total 153 151 0 0

Florida Southern College
Men 994 300 0 0
'Women 842 367 0 0
r Total 1,36 -667 0 o

Jacksonville University
Men 1,058 240 0 2
Women 463 102 0 26
Total 1,521 342 0 28

Rollins College
Men 695 205 208 0
Women 461 187 79 0
Total 1,156 392 287 0

Stetson University
Men 1,070 219 0 0
Women 912 246 0 0
Total 1,982 465 0 0

University of Miami
Men 8,723 2,105 117 29
Women 4,012 1,280 42 0
Total 12,735 3,385 159 29






TABLE 2 (cont.)


On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extension Students
PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS (Contd.)

University of Tampa
Men 1,159 287 524 0
Women 741 187 38 0
Total 1,900 47 5 0

Total Private Degree-Granting
Institutions
Men 14,484 3,640 849 32
Women 9,276 2,951 159 54
Total 23,760 6,591 1,008 86

PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

Florida Christian College
Men 142 68 0 13
Women 86 53 0 0
Total 228 121 0 13

Orlando Junior College
Men 725 273 0 21
Women 334 207 0 47
Total 1,059 480 068

St. Leo College
Men 162 94 O 0
Women 31 20 0 0
Total 193 11 0 0

Webber College
Men 0 0 0 0
Women 89 51 0 0
Total 89 51 0 0






TABLE 2 (cont.)


On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Enrollment Students Extension Students
PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES (Contd.)

Total Private Junior Colleges
Men 1,029 435 0 34
Women 540 331 0 47
Total 56 7 O 81


TOTAL DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS
Men 31,556 7,733 2,209 155
Women 19,257 5,974 3,001 58
Total 50,813 13,707 5,210 213

TOTAL JUNIOR COLLEGES
Men 10,213 5,023 0 1,161
SWomen 7,146 3,754 0 763
H Total 17,359 8,777 0 1,924


TOTAL ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER
LEARNING
Men 41,769 12,756 2,209 1,316
Women 26,403 9,728 3,001 821
Total 68,172 22,484 5,210 2,137











TABLE 3
FLORIDA ENROLLMENT


Type of Institution Fall,1958 Fall,1959 Fall,1960

State Universities 43.3% 40.8% 41.5%

Community Junior Colleges 18.6 21.5 27.4

Private Degree-granting 34.6 33.9 28.8
Institutions
Private Junior Colleges 3.5 3.8 2.3
100.0o 100.0% 100.0%

TABLE 4
OUT-OF-STATE ENROLLMENT


Type of Institution Fall,1958 Fall,1959 Fall,1960

State Universities 31.5% 32.9% 31.3%

Community Junior Colleges 2.0 3.0 2.9

Private Degree-granting 64.1 61.7 63.5
Institutions

Private Junior Colleges 2.4 2.4 2.3
lOO.0% 100.0% 100.0l.


TABLE 5
ALL ENROLLMENTS


Type of Institution Fall,1958 Fall,1959 Fall,1960

State Universities 40.3% 39.5% 39-7%
Community Junior Colleges 17.1 18.3 23.2
Private Degree-granting 39.3 38.7 34.8
Institutions
Private Junior Colleges 3.3 3.5 2.3
100.0% 100.0o 100.0o


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TABLE 6

ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

Total On-Campus, College-Grade Enrollment

(By County)

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

Alachua 855 54 37 2 75 90 2 1,115
Baker 15 7 6 8 1 37
Bay 66 142 38 546 21 813
Bradford 50 9 2 15 38 1 115
Brevard 237 82 29 1 770 101 20 1,240
Broward 790 377 123 12 800 759 27 2,888
Calhoun 8 29 14 40 6 97
Charlotte 22 11 1 4 3 10 51
Citrus 22 11 8 41 11 2 95
Clay 37 21 4 62 29 153
Collier 33 12 1 4 11 29 1 91
Columbia 56 28 13 24 31 1 153
Dade 2,283 1,046 318 17 1,472 7,879 24 13,039
De Soto 16 19 4 2 14 14 3 72
Dixie 23 4 1 2 3 33
Duval 1,098 574 265 3 26 1,872 7 3,845
Escambia 159 210 92 1,946 27 2,434
Flagler 10 7 25 7 -49
Franklin 4 18 18 3 4 47
Gadsden 29 145 136 27 26 1 364
Gilchrist 20 5 1 5 31
Glades 5 2 1 1 3 12
Gulf 15 27 19 28 2 91
Hamilton 19 11 11 48 8 97
Hardee 27 18 1 4 2 23 75
Hendry 20 21 5 17 13 76
Hernando 22 12 8 5 4 6 4 61
Highlands 41 24 22 10 10 41 3 151






TABLE 6 (cont.)

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

Hillsborough 679 349 160 1,634 389 1,363 49 4,623
Holmes 12 21 4 38 2 1 78
Indian River 58 25 12 84 31 5 215
Jackson 37 71 24 229 17 378
Jefferson 5 28 44 37 2 116
Lafayette 12 7 27 1 47
Lake 169 83 35 6 48 98 25 464
Lee 133 55 16 8 19 82 4 317
Leon 78 1,330 496 32 14 1 1,951
Levy 42 21 2 1 39 12 1 118
Liberty 2 19 7 5 1 34
Madison 23 55 34 160 6 3 281
Manatee 137 93 28 5 497 70 5 835
SMarion 194 56 69 2 359 69 8 757
- Martin 39 12 11 46 24 3 135
SMonroe 71 38 16 2 41 1 169
Nassau 24 21 23 1 10 22 101
Okaloosa 69 182 3 69 5 1 329
Okeechobee 10 4 4 10 7 35
Orange 582 264 93 9 22 784 863 2,617
Osceola 34 18 2 5 2 20 18 99
Palm Beach 476 224 102 2 1,579 249 9 2,641
Pasco 59 32 8 67 23 30 56 275
Pinellas 871 444 55 82 3,157 515 21 5,145
Polk 463 304 110 76 99 654 30 1,736
Putnam 83 28 19 2 215 36 383
St. Johns 96 40 19 97 70 1 323
St. Lucie 67 56 29 295 51 2 500
Santa Rosa 27 18 5 238 4 1 293
Sarasota 217 154 17 2 289 121 4 804
Seminole 79 35 25 2 28 115 70 354
Sumter 26 18 11 29 5 89
Suwannee 36 34 18 -73 16 1 178
Taylor 18 46 18 -71 7 160






TABLE 6 (cont.)

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

Union 27 2 1 2 1 1 34
Volusia 334 117 39 1 930 621 12 2,054
Wakulla 8 27 17 3 55
Walton 17 27 8 25 10 87
Washington 16 31 5 61 5 118
Unclassified 86 86

Total 11,312 7,315 2,760 1,969 15,443 16,247 1,293 56,339





H
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ENROLLMENT IN
ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By County)






I 'r /I J A C SO N .. a,
293i 329j 3,8458
87 97 131 281 18 W 97 9







1 i?,ui '^--1 -T-'-1 2,0
t\o5K\ ( 3(11,1
8 .5 7757
"A-.ATA .7 2 _.1


1 i 2,17
S275i 99
5,145 /, 73, ,


.835' i 75 500
835 / .. .

A- 0 -ter 151 L ._ I
72 135
51 i 12 "



Unclassified- 86 i, r0 6 P2,641

Total 56,_339 i .


~~~ 13,039








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PERCENTAGE OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

(By County)






7.--..- =--,-....o.
set.( son ::son on

;6 2 .2 3s3.5 .- ..
.1 r3 .3 3 0 0.2
43 *3 .
.2 6
t YAo 2*0 27 `
.2 *. *
2. 01' / .02
1.-




9.hs total 86 (.2) students have not been


-5 2 -06
WA. .2

Total of 56339 Florida students ,
in all Florida Colleges and Universities .1

02 5-1



classified by county although they are Florida students.





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DENSITY OF COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION

In the Board of Control enrollment report for the fall of 1958 the

density of the Florida college student population in Florida institutions

of higher learning was indicated by the number of students per 100 square

miles of land area for each of the counties. The figures ranged from 2 in

Glades County to 1,435 in Pinellas County. There were 83 students per 100

square miles for the State as a whole.

In the fall of 1959 the range was from 2 in Glades County to 1,735 in

Pinellas County, and there were 92 students per 100 square miles for the

State as a whole. In 8 counties the figures remained the same for 1959 as

for 1958. There were increases in 41 of the 67 counties, and the greatest in-

crease was in Pinellas County. There were also large increases in Orange

(205 to 274), Dade (523 to 580), Hillsborough (284 to 325), Broward (133 to

165), and Escambia (299 to 326) Counties. Decreases occurred in 18 counties,

but the only decrease of any significance was in Manatee County (127 to 102),

where it has been determined that the change was due to a decrease in part-

time students in evening classes at the Manatee Junior College.

The range for the fall of 1960 was, again, from 2 in Glades to 1,949

in Pinellas County, and from the State as a whole there were 104 students

per 100 square miles. Increases were found in 50 of the 67 counties and the

greatest increase was, again, in Pinellas County. Other increases of signifi-

cance were found in Escambia (326 to 371), Hillsborough (325 to 445), Brevard

(40 to 120), St. Lucie (33 to 85), Broward (165 to 237), and Dade (580 to'635)

Counties. The change occurring in all but Escambia may be at least in part,

attributed to the opening of new institutions in these counties.



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DENSITY OF COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION








29 35 8 40 495
20 .72/m 1
t2O>17 85 1W 40 A 6
4 9 16 4 9 9T 26 i 20
371 ,, l 4 9 2 3

0 9 25'.48 7 *

/.. 47
NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN
FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS PER 100 .
SQUARE MILES 17 /1 47 ,' r

Key:13 i

^ O1,000 or more students per 1,949
100 sq. mi. 93

500 999 students per 100 sq. mi. -, '
; 250 499 students per 100 sq. mi. 13 : 1 5 ..

..'.- 100 249 students per 100 sq. mi. ;.', iMta
.7 2
L I1 Less than 100 students per 100 sq. mi. .''13

J BOWARO''
5




NOTE: For the State as a whole there were 104 students
per 100 square miles.






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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

(By County)








iF^ I '," 'IToC^'"98
27 691 .. '
SI" ,- \1 78 I5 (1 23 1

159 5 8 - ,37 6T

o 855 83 Fj-A
of l23 t a-f iOi

S 42 I,.-"
S194 334

22 69 r ""

X226- 1 I .58
CO tOSC A 1fOA
59 _. 34
871679i 463 i 3_

58
137 i 27 10 67
,- 412 L. 4.r

S 22 -' ,
;;.--'--6 I ,- .FO39

sj E jDRY476
13 r 2 0.
Total 11,312 low .,7 90

790
33

or 2,283
71







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FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

(By County)








18 i 182 \ r..f 71 S
27 31'7 kr. 4/ 11 i


210 1T 6 l28 21




kg1 2 i-2645



\-p- ..1 W 18 .
S21 i
27 r.V 179 NA
-- V ;;^ -"1 -, L---.







-- o;-9 i r
\11 : 8 ..,3 /- \1^











Total 7,315 55 .21
SI 264 i4
/ -.- I \27 l8
21 VC i rUIIA



1 ? 56 117


jS110 2 1



44412 377

93 i 046.f










FLORIDA A. & M. UNIVERSITY

(By County)








92 T2 OvA 4
5 J3 86 294


5 .-.Cy13 6/ 35 r-. r
A2j ( yPnV---J496 14-"4 '- 34 )\




8 t/ i-p- r~ .2


2 8 "L. 3
2.37 i 9 FAr:







1.[ 1. 9 -


Total 2,760 6 i2
11235


55oi 3181




25 -
-,-, h. ^-.-,-4 22 4



-5 2 -
Total 2,760 -vt Vs-' L .T"
L1 102










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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

(By County)








( .I B w I1K0MES /JACSON

lO( A, ,0 0 00 0 0 \ :.4


00. 013
ZI --'I -
W .U 0 04 ...-. --. 0-


NE 0 3-*is o 0
0 t.T "TA* / v osa




4.i ; ia '^


2 6



667 r 5 -76 F
o.1 .- -- \l .A AH T A

S i oT 1 1 0 r
Ja i 0



Total 1,969 GROWA Dj




0





4 6
26 -










PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By County)









238 69 8, CoC r.pe -_ '6 "


71 16 2..1J7 05 i"2l \





cV.. C. 1930 \
28- "i \ / A .
1 I 29i 8 -
121 75 1
2 _I ;



I
cERO
22
23 \ i r
3,157 389 99 "- irO
S\ .84
497 2 il .1 1295
SA Ri. 14 i 46

1,579
Unclassified 86 9 17 i

Total 15,443
11 800

MbTA o1,472









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PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

(By County)








27 5, .. L./: 72



LAETT 7 .A 29 -70

Si .90 36 .i-
e 3 7
/ 12 0
r' 69 621
/*..
11 j598 '3L
o I u784
30 -o* 20 -
515 654 i i
% 1,34\3 61. 31
-2 -- r--'r f '
70 23 41 7 51 r
S R I' 1 24

Lo 3 249
Total 16,247 2S 1L3ome) ..
S IA OROWARD
29" 1759

4 M .-o 7,879









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(:By County)






. .oo 0 o

O _-
S '. ,-, 1
S0 0 l2 O *

>a. isu 1l
OA: "o2 7
0 0 2

i 2 5 .

"Z.L i k o

56
21-- 30 \ 01



3 3
4co r
\, L r-l 3 ..r.




S-i 27

Tot~1 1,93,M4oPAo








TABLE 7

ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

Total On-Campus, College-Grade Enrollment

(By State)

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

Alabama 45 97 42 1 57 46 23 311
Alaska 2 2 3 1 8
Arizona 2 4 4 1 11
Arkansas 8 13 1 11 6 39
California 30 27 6 66 10 139
Colorado 4 6 3 13
Connecticut 31 11 1 6 260 8 317
SDelaware 10 4 1 2 30 47
L District of Columbia 20 7 3 4 49 2 85
o Florida 11,312 7,315 2,760 1,969 15,443 16,247 1,293 56,339
' Georgia 135 369 59 2 11 315 15 906
Hawaii 4 1 1 6 12
Idaho 3 1 4
Illinois 61 57 1 16 493 14 642
Indiana 52 49 2 1 16 186 6 312
Iowa 21 19 2 3 31 76
Kansas 5 15 2 4 20 1 47
Kentucky 30 26 2 1 4 90 16 169
Louisiana 11 30 4 4 35 2 86
Maine 9 8 1 3 45 4 70
Maryland 23 19 2 123 1 168
Massachusetts 41 25 2 18 381 1 468
Michigan 36 33 1 1 11 184 15 281
Minnesota 4 12 8 39 63
Mississippi 27 39 5 18 89
Missouri 20 23 2 64 1 110
Montana h 4 1 9
Nebraska 6 11 1 7 2 27








TABLE 7 (cont.)

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

Nevada 1 3 1 2 7
New Hampshire 5 2 5 22 2 36
New Jersey 81 56 9 2 15 775 14 952
New Mexico 3 6 2 11
New York 279 138 4 1 35 1,697 30 2,184
North Carolina 31 61 7 2 9 152 4 266
North Dakota 1 3 2 6
Ohio 86 75 2 1 16 384 18 582
Oklahoma 10 12 12 4 38
Oregon 1 1 4 6
Pennsylvania 75 82 7 2 28 684 9 887
Rhode Island 12 4 47 1 64
South Carolina 29 56 6 2 75 3 171
! South Dakota 6 1 4 11
H Tennessee 51 71 6 6 97 10 241
Texas 20 40 5 1 2 51 17 136
Utah 2 1 3
Vermont 4 2 2 13 1 22
Virginia 55 36 9 5 150 4 259
Washington 4 9 2 7 22
West Virginia 17 17 6 49 3 92
Wisconsin 20 21 6 93 5 145
Wyoming 2 2 1 1 6
Total 12,736 8,931 2,938 1,991 15,762 23,087 1,550 -6,995

Canal Zone 13 7 2 2 10 2 36
Guam 1 1
Puerto Rico 15 4 1 30 50
Other Countries 336 76 3 25 632 11 1,083
Unclassified 1 6 7

GRAND TOTAL 13,100 9,019 2,943 1,991 15,790 23,760 1,569 68,172







ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNIING
(By State)
Alaska -.8



-9 0..-- .. ........ .
/ -- 6

/ C / L 9 -- -. MNN. 36
6/ !-"--. vo i .......- 14 ) ..---
S. DAK 63 /16
Srwya 11 i---i 1k5 I s 31

\ NEER. P I OWA Ho j57 952
I6 i ", 642 O$'0 -,
x \ r TA- l .--- 642 312 K r Washington,
SCA \ COLO. MO r ANA V9 2 D.C. -85
3\ 169\ :3 3 I .. K1.,.- / .59 .
1 13 110 C.
139 -T----- --1- 10 .. ." 266 "
12 \ 2 t.-~' ..I,--i ,- .r'-' -- L "-. C. f
Hawaii OKIA -- -- C.

e i S-3 &ss. \
---S ..r J i 89 9 1 96 i
Florida 5339\ TEXAS -56, 3W
Other States of U.S. & D.C. 10,656 136 ( 86 -
Canal Zone 36 -3\
Puerto Rico 50 / A
Other Countries 1,084
Unclas sified
Total 6T,172








UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

(By State)
Alaska -'2



-., --- -- -
4 k
I* I

S" N. DAK, 9 i7
REG on MINN.

SoS. DAK. O 9 s
S- 2

.. ..I3 31
J I toWA 81
,E 7'" ---1.. NEER OHIO ,
C1 6 2N I 6310
cAL,6 I UC1'
'; S \ UTAH f 61 52 ^. vR/ washington,
A COL 6 J~O 1 A D.C. -20
CALIF 0 COL KANSASj MO- Pe v 7 -
30 5 20 C 3.
51 7 3
Hawaii RIZ OKA C r sC
N4 N 1029

Al.A
1 27 !
Florida 11,312 \;3
Other States of U.S. & D.C. 1,424 20 1
Canal Zone 13
Puerto Rico 15
Other Countries 336 \
Unclassified 0
'Total 13,100







FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

(By State)
Alaska .2


S IO-W

9 I N. DAK


A r\IDAHO S5. DAI .. 1
S f 5. VDAK
S9 21o.---6 .-- 4.- .
I WYO. 6 MICK.

/ NER IO- .. -A 82 56
19 11 IL 1 75 "7
,3 UH 49 7- 19
1 2\1 coo. 2i s COO Washington,
SNSAo >-A. ,36 D.C. 7
27 \ ,~ 15 23 -. C.
NN 61
Hawaii R I OKIA 56ARK C.
1 4 1X2 r CA \56
nls e i "X\56
Smi-- ss I69
.--L.r..- ---- l 39 7 3
Florida 7 T315 AS L .k 3A 3 A5
Other States of U.S. & D.C. 1,616 30
Canal Zone 7 / s\
Puerto Rico 4
Other Countries 76
Unclassified 1
Total 9,019







FLORIDA A. & M. UNIVERSITY

(By state)
Alaska 0


.As. -77- ..----. .l.
O ---- r-- ^ 1 .
I i
S' / MN. N. DA
1 % I0-- MINN. 0 A

SI 0 I .DAK 0
"- .--- .W.YO 0 0 -
I "\ I ... IOW A 9 V_ .. .9
o IO
0, NE ".. NE 0 !- A OHO
C~UF\ o I o 1 a
UTAH 2 v 05 i 9r

0 2 0 0 2..2.o Tt.


HCanal Zon MEX O AR

0 A GA~
-- -.- --m-s--- 42 59
Florida 2,760 L
Other States of U.S. & D.C. 178 5 4 7
Canal Zone
Total 2,943
\ fME ./
M I >







UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

(By State)
Alaska 0


o Y., '* '7 ... .
O --- y--
1 / k
SMONT. N.OA i
OR;GON I 0 C '""

t' "I.0. --.-0'-
0 MINN. i 0o 0x


0 o "/ 0 i "' VWIS .\-

"S : / r-- i A y. w
IOWA 7N 2
-aai \.NEBR ..,. l

\ o 1- o A J -
1OL o ( MOV V J Washington,
0 O. 0 2 kA .D.C. -0
C F 0 KANSA MO. % A. K Y
0 2
ItotaiOKLA &t TsEN
0 MEX 0 0
0 ISS ALA-


Florida 0,969
Other States of U.S. & D.C. 22 k 1
Total 1.991







PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES
(By State)
Alaska 0




I I T" ->
?MONT N NDAK. 2 T 3
TMN ------ / IH -- ^ A18
S oo- 0 I------ 1-
8 wls
I S. DA 8 3.
,- L. 1 ---. 6 -OCH_ .
S0 OWA 28 15
\. frI-- .I NEBR OHIO
\ j 1 D3 T 16 J 2
I .1UT,16 16 2
CA' F \ COLO. KANSA MO. .., R
\ 5A I r mo 5 w-ashington,
S\ "' 2--- ---- .c. 4
S" 6 ----. 9
Hawaii AR I OKIA '- s.c. >
t LMEX Ia ARK.
S 0 0 '. 1
.. --SS A A. GU
----- .Lr- J o 57 11
TOXAS ---
Florida 15, \3 21 ,. 5
Other States of U.S. & D.C. 319, ,
Canal Zone 2 / FL
Puerto Rico 1
Other Countries 25
Total 15,790







PRIVATE DEGREE-GRACTING INSTITUTION'S

(By State)
Alaska 3


S7 .-........_ r .

ON N. OAK. o
j ". 4 1 2 ( / \ 22
SGO -- --2-.-. MINN. 2
S 4 o. ~---- w:-- 381
I13 o .( 39 6 -9369 4 v7
WIYO. 4 93
S/ -. 260
OWA 7,X
i ---- --... ... NE oAO
..i V \ 2 ...... 7 31 IoD 384 -l--30
2 --. 93 i16 "123
SCAUF. COLO .
\ 3 KANSAS MO r D.G. 49
266 20 64 )0-- c Y
66 \ C
Si ---- 197 IEN. ..-...52
Hawaii A AZ I A. ----- '.
6 NMEX 12 5 I
2- A
-.r ) 18- r 315
TE-rAS 18
Florida l6,2417 TEAS L'--
Other States of U.S. & D.C. 6,840 51 3
Canal -Zone 10 i /o )
Puerto Rico 30
Other Countries 633
Total 23,760








PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By State)

Alaska 1





? N. DAt. o .
0/ 0
0 f I ". i S DA. 4

S wY. O .5 MIC


2 ------- 'I rIN 4-
0 / UrT r
Sca~r. \ 6 Q i Washinston,
So KANSA3 MO.


S---.. -
Havaii \ ARiZ OK A. k f
N ""^A e 3
U 6 GA
MISS. 15
;s, ; 0
O I ^ o 23 15

Flori.ia 1,293 \ A -1, 293
Other States of U.S. & D.C. 257 2
Canal Zone 2 17
Other Countries 11
Unclassified 6
Total 35
































FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE
ENROLLMENT




































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FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT

Florida colleges and universities enrolled in the fall of 1960 a total

of 68,172 on-campus, college-grade students. Of these students, 22,484 (33.0%)

were enrolled in college for the first time. Of the 22,484 first-time-in-

college students, 18,216 (81.0%) were from Florida. Table 11 shows these

Florida first-time-in-college students by county of origin for each of the

State universities and for the remaining institutions by type. Totals for each

county are shown in the table and on the map on page 48.

In the spring of 1960 there were 37,296 students who were graduated from

the public high schools in the State of Florida, according to statistics com-

piled by the State Department of Education. The number from each of the several

counties is shown on the map on page 49. The percentage that the number of

first-time-in-college students was of the number of high school graduates in

each county in the State is shown on the map on page 50. For the State as a

whole the percentage was 48.8%. For the fall of 1959 the corresponding per-

centage was 43.5%. A major factor contributing to this increase seems to have

been the opening of seven new junior colleges and two new degree-granting in-

stitutions.

The maps on pages 51 through 57 show the Florida first-time-in-college

enrollment by counties for the State universities and for the other institutions

by type. Table 12 shows the out-of-state first-time-in-college enrollment by

state of origin for each of the State universities and for the remaining col-

leges and universities by type. Totals for each state are included in the

table and are also shown on the map on page 60.




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Percentage distributions by type of institutions of the first-time-in
college enrollments are shown in the following tables:

TABLE 8
FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
FALL 1958 FALL 1959 FALL 1960

Type of Institution Fall,1958 Fall,1959 Fall,1960

State Universities 33.9% 34.2% 35.2%

Community Junior Colleges 32.7 33..5 42.9

Private Degree-granting 28.2 27.0 18.6
Institutions

Private Junior Colleges 5.2 5.3 3.3
100.0 100.0o 100.0%

TABLE 9
OUT-OF-STATE FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
FALL 1958 FALL 1959 FALL 1960

Type of Institution Fall,1958 Fall,1959 Fall,1960

State Universities 20.2% 18.0 16.3%

Community Junior Colleges 4.7 5.7 4.7

Private Degree-granting 70.5 71.3 75.0
Institutions

Private Junior Colleges 4.6 5.0 4.0
100.0% 100.0% 100.0%

TABLE 10
ALL FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
FALL 1958 FALL 1959 FALL 1960

Type of Institution Fall,1958 Fall,1959 Fall,1960

State Universities 33.9% 31.3% 31.7%
Community Junior Colleges 28.6 28.5 35.6
Private Degree-granting 34.4 35.0 29.3
Institutions
Private Junior Colleges 5.1 5.2 3.4
100.0% 100.0% 100.0%

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An examination of the above tables will show the impact of the opening

of the nine new community junior colleges in the fall of 1958 and seven new

community junior colleges in the fall of 1960.

Twenty-six counties (Bay, Calhoun, Citrus, Clay, Escambia, Flagler,

Gulf, Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy, Madison, Manatee,

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

Taylor, Volusia, and Washington) were considered by the State Department of

Education in 1959 to be within areas served by the community junior colleges.

In 1960 six new junior colleges adding seven new counties not previously

listed (Brevard, Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie, Martin, Broward, and

Dade) bring the total number of counties to 33.

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

in the fall of 1960 who came from the 33 counties constituting junior college

attendance areas, 58% were attending community junior colleges, 23.9% were

attending the State universities, and 18.1% were attending private institutions.

Excluding Dade County, 70.5% were attending community junior colleges, 20.1%

were attending the State universities, and 9.4% were attending private in-

stitutions.

Of the first-time-in-college students who came from the remaining 34

counties not included in junior college attendance areas, 30.1% were enrolled

in private institutions, 60.1% were enrolled in the State university system,

and 9.8% were enrolled in the community junior colleges.

In the fall of 1960, 68.7% of the Florida first-time-in-college students

came from the 33 counties in the community junior college attendance areas,

while these counties had 58.1% of the 1960 public high school graduates in

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the State.

The number of first-time-in-college students from the junior college

attendance areas was 57-7% of the number of 1960 public high school graduates

from the counties in those areas, whereas the comparable figure for the re-

maining 34 counties was 36.5%. For the State as a whole, the first-time-in-

college students was 48.8% of the number of 1960 public high school graduates.






































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TABLE 11

ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)

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

Alachua 141 13 8 2 30 32 2 228
Baker 1 3 3 4 1 12
Bay 10 31 6 246 8 301
Bradford 6 4 1 10 13 1 35
Brevard 62 26 7 1 562 35 13 706
Broward 263 119 40 11 508 228 21 1,190
Calhoun 1 4 4 23 1 33
Charlotte 7 2 4 2 3 18
< Citrus 8 1 2 16 3 2 32
Clay 4 6 1 38 9 58
Collier 6 3 6 16 1 32
Columbia 5 9 5 19 10 1 49
Dade 843 340 87 17 1,256 1,456 16 4,015
De Soto 1 4 2 7 7 1 22
Dixie 4 1 1 2 1 9
Duval 249 190 79 3 13 495 2 1,031
Escambia 26 28 24 840 7 925
Flagler 3 16 1 20
Franklin 1 3 1 2 7
Gadsden 7 27 28 14 12 88
Gilchrist 3 1 3 7
Glades 1 1 1 1 4
Gulf 2 6 9 12 1 30
Hamilton 2 4 2 14 3 25
Hardee 8 6 4 2 12 32
Hendry 1 5 1 9 4 20
Hernando 6 3 5 1 3 3 21
Highlands 6 8 2 10 3 12 2 43







TABLE 11 (cont.)

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

Hillsborough 119 78 42 1,119 185 176 18 1,737
Holmes 3 3 1 21 1 1 30
Indian River 16 8 4 35 12 4 79
Jackson 3 6 4 110 6 129
Jefferson 4 4 27 1 36
Lafayette 1 13 14
Lake 24 21 2 5 24 28 12 116
Lee 33 9 4 7 9 36 3 101
Leon 15 194 81 19 7 1 317
Levy 7 4 1 16 4 1 33
Liberty 1 2 4 7
Madison 4 11 7 63 3 3 91
Manatee 37 21 4 3 206 15 4 290
a Marion 23 6 11 2 206 16 6 270
4 Martin 6 6 4 32 11 3 62
SMonroe 19 11 4 -2 11 1 48
Nassau 4 4 3 1 3 4 19
Okaloosa 26 32 3 51 1 1 114
Okeechobee 2 3 6 2 13
Orange 157 66 27 9 11 159 348 777
Osceola 5 4 5 1 9 11 35
Palm Beach 96 49 27 2 705 57 8 944
Pasco 13 11 4 30 13 5 16 92
Pinellas 125 87 14 43 1,218 103 16 1,606
Polk 89 93 24 61 63 141 23 494
Putnam 3 4 3 107 7 124
St. Johns 17 11 7 52 23 1 111
St. Lucie 17 17 10 197 20 2 263
Santa Rosa 1 3 3 97 1 105
Sarasota 57 49 1 143 37 4 291
Seminole 12 8 3 1 22 21 33 100
Sumter 2 7 4 13 2 28
Suwannee 2 8 2 30 9 1 52
Taylor 1 3 3 26 1 34








TABLE 11 (cont.)

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

Union 4 4
Volusia 64 25 12 1 377 75 8 562
Wakulla 2 10 8 3 1 24
Walton 4 10 14 3 31
Washington 9 -- 31 40
Unclassified -

Total 2,689 1,738 642 1,353 7,809 3,390 595 18,216










ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)






KA .w(M S /JAO5on s
_o U 30 .. ,,,
105 114 L 129 A1
1.88f3)731 8810
-- 17 ( 2 91 2 12 1,031
., 7 ,2i .\ 3 /. .9 358 \,\' I

DAY I9 J 228 i 12 12
-33 "A"33 yK0 C




52 2 116V1jio
A,.6 *o t
290 I 33






1-
,/92 '" 35
r0270 1






S^ ,73t 494 0


290 ( -iS 1363
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1,190



-4J_4








1960 GRADUATES OF FLORIDA
PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS

(By County)







389 /3,419
143
1373 207

526 11 39 \1,






288 1
2,448 157


120699

55 51
uotal 37,296 U,--
? 71 1, 450

102











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PERCENTAGE THAT THE NUMBER OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE STUDENTS
IS OF THE NUMBER OF 3960 GRADUATES OF FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS
(By County)





*, -- ~37*1 24.0 10.8

I 20. ; "








Key: 5 9
Highest Quartile (49.8% 98.6%)

__ Second Quartile (31.6% 49.5) 65.6 24.1
;: Median (Polk County 31.5%)

C.:*:*; 'ThEird Quartile (24.5% 31.4) LL^^_2
109
[I 11 Lowest Quartile (9.1% 24.4%) 47.2 R0

Total Number of Florida First-Time-ini-College : .;'
Students in Florida Institutions of Higher ''.
Learning 18,a6 T'*;'
Total Number of 1960 Graduates of Florida Public .'' ,
High Schools 37,296 4: ... 3 '
Percentage that Total Number of Florida First-Time- 2
in-College Students in Florida Institutions is of the
Total Number of 1960 Graduates of Florida Public High
Schools 48.8





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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)





I ^ 3 3 /^ "' \ .j,


,7 T 2 "
2 .6 ,4 3 3 ..O...- _..T $4



2 f .,,, -t f 2 4AOW 5 .u.. N



...7 -i 2 I -l .,
S1 114

-i 1 6 \
23 64




13 t
/ 24 L. \'-
125 1191 89 62


'K-37- l816 t..2 lLL.
37 1 6


696
696
Total 2, 689 ^^ f^ ^ -

3263
6 6.....s.a
8143









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FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)







3 32 1 10 L',- ..I '6'- ,:m-_/ ,'.
/ 9 i OW ;S
44 T r 3 5

"Gum','. 1 .8' 10 \" /4.


Si
S 13

6 6
.i i I o r
(, 1 i21 r r


1 5 im i
3 +l 1 66 JW !


87 -78 93 6 -6


65 21 6 1 1
4 91, 4 ir -. 8 f ..
SAA 9 459
2 5

Total 1,738 % i t.-.,,^,5J

0o 119




S340





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FLORIDA A. & M. UNIVERSITY

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)






2 i i3o 3. 0i 3

0 i 28 81 ,7 .2 .
0*) 4 \/ 792

07
/-^ S/3 3 L7R


00 j 'vo

22 I
4io i2 O
0o Ti 27 \


T14 2otal,-. 24
AiR\. \



ol c2L\'6
0 o 4 00




Total 6- 42 '< r. .. 5



S 87








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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)









k-3 -' -I -






0 0 '
f"..o.-/ o ro.o o ^o
(- T7w, 0 "- y'

Oi 2 D,.'








To. ... ,, 3,







Total 1 ,353 _. ,, ,
5 4- I

L .2-..-\ \ l .*










PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)





/6$cAMal j^NTA BOSA.OX*LOO O INOZ;L JI O



840 4 3 19 8 _

A ( i^ \ x ..... c"- au \ /pi t
8ko *J^' \ / 26 .1 'i'i*.o 138


r' 206
_-o 3 0 377?

S.113 124 ^22"
3.1 i 11


1,218 185 3

623 /3 WRA


--LT f c-Pc'c16


Total 7,809 1) Flcow 7O
0 4. i.D'" /




6 508





55 -.-
377













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PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)





7.... 3. .. .s| /0
3 6


L* --
0 1


IL I


3 2 7

S.-3 159







iTotal 3,390 K1 -57
Total 33,390 Lt 36 4 57
\1.6 ... ,' L- -""



s 1,456
TotalSR -~i 30 3OC






U56
16H% 20








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T .E JUNIIOR COL :.',









(
.-




S0 3 ,
cao


-." Y 'V- A -
3
V. I ', Q-...


160


3 48

16163

1 23
23
"( 13\2


SI.3i

^ .. 1 3_ J

0 0-
'o.t o

4 i 21

16











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TABLE 12

ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By State)

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

Alabama 2 27 14 1 33 22 12 111
Alaska 2 1 3
Arizona 1 1 2
Arkansas 1 4 5 10
California 4 2 26 3 35
Colorado 1 1
Connecticut 6 4 1 4 123 8 146
Delaware 1 2 1 14 18
-n District of Columbia 3 2 2 25 2 34
Florida 2,689 1,738 642 1,353 7,809 3,390 595 18,216
Georgia 31 90 19 2 7 126 10 285
Hawaii 1 1 1 3
Idaho 1 1 2
Illinois 18 6 7 197 6 234
Indiana 5 10 1 1 7 69 3 96
Iowa 3 2 2 3 12 22
Kansas 1 1 15 17
Kentucky 5 4 1 1 2 29 10 52
Louisiana 2 2 2 1 16 2 25
Maine 2 2 1 2 22 1 30
Maryland 6 4 3 53 1 67
Massachusetts 11 2 2 13 170 198
Michigan 3 8 7 84 10 112
Minnesota 1 5 17 23
Mississippi 2 3 2 3 10
Missouri 2 2 1 23 28
Montana 1 1
Nebraska 1 1 1 3







TABLE 12 (cont.)

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

Nevada 1 1 1 3
New Hampshire 1 1 2 13 2 19
New Jersey 19 16 3 2 9 387 10 446
New Mexico 1 1
New York 79 35 1 1 27 789 21 953
North Carolina 4 8 2 6 56 2 78
North Dakota 1 1
Ohio 19 17 1 10 162 10 219
Oklahoma 2 4 4 10
Oregon 2 2
Pennsylvania 11 19 4 2 16 327 5 384
Rhode Island 4 17 1 22
SSouth Carolina 2 12 1 1 29 2 47
vn South Dakota 1 1
0o Tennessee 10 12 2 5 47 7 83
' Texas 2 1 1 2 17 8 31
Utah 1 1
Vermont 1 1 7 1 10
Virginia 13 7 3 2 76 1 102
Washington 1 2 3
West Virginia 1 1 2 13 2 19
Wisconsin 3 1 2 40 4 50
Wyoming 1 1
Total 2,968 2,038 701 1,372 7,997 6441 753 22,270

Canal Zone 4 1 2 4 2 13
Guam 1 -
Puerto Rico 2 1 24 27
Other Countries 28 1 1 -11 121 7 169
Unclassified -4

GRAND TOTAL 3,002 2,040 702 1,372 8,011 6,591 766 22,484






ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
First-Time-in-College Enrollment
Alaska 3 (By State)



3 .
--OT 30
-" i o r i---.-.-

2OREGON N 198
/ w ",, E ^ r. i 1 i I ^ r ^ ^ ^ < 6 f \ 3 0


r2 1 23 A *1 5 M 95322
S 7 f i -- 50 46
) 1 / T"o ' \ j ,, -^ }- .446

SI -i .-
\ 3 u -h 3 234. s 9
CA. \ CCLO KANSAS Mo 1 Washington,
S1 KANSAS M. -102 ---- D.C. 34
35 --.f i .... ,r .. 1'7 8 52 -f
3 \.9 83"-- 2-'7
3 x 10
S.. I s. >, 10

5 1 -- I 8 285
Florida 18,2\ TAS A.- -r"-~8
Other States of U.S. & D.C. 4,054 3 3O ( 25
Caaal Zone 13 A-.
Puerto Rico 27
Other Countries 170
Unclassified 4
Total 22,


































GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT


































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GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT IN
FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING


Basic statistics relating to graduate student enrollment in Florida's

colleges and universities were gathered for the first time in this series

in the fall of 1959. Therefore, comparisons regarding graduate students

can be made only with the 1959 report.

There are graduate programs in three of the state universities (all

except the University of South Florida ) and four private institutions

(the University of Miami, Stetson University, Rollins College, and Barry

College). Graduate enrollments from Florida are shown by county in

table 13. Out-of-state graduate enrollments in each of the seven graduate

institutions are shown by state in table 14.

Graduate student enrollments in 1960 showed a 9.2% increase (3,806

to 4,158) over the fall of 1959. In the fall of 1959, 2,625 or 69% were

in the State universities; and 1,181 or 31% were in private institutions.

In the fall of 1960, 2,873 were in State universities; and 1,285 were in

private institutions. While the numbers were increased, the percentages

were the same as for fall 1959.

As in the fall of 1959, the bulk of graduate students (86.7% of the

total) were enrolled in three institutions in the fall of 1960. The

University of Florida accounted for 1,215 (31.9% of the total) graduate

students in the fall 1959, and 1,309 (31.5% of the total) in the fall

1960. The Florida State University enrolled 1,194 (31.4% of the total)

in the fall of 1959, and 1,335 (32.1% of the total) in the fall of 1960.

In the fall of 1959, the University of Miami enrolled 971 (25.5% of the

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total), and in the fall of 1960, 958 (23.1% of the total) were in that

institution.

In the fall of 1960, Florida graduate students attending Florida

institutions increased 12.7% over the fall of 1959 (2,634 to 2,969).

Of the 2,969 Florida graduate students enrolled in 1960, 1,734 (58.4%)

were in the State universities. In the fall of 1959, 1,544 of 2,634

(59.0%) were enrolled in State universities. Private institutions
accounted for 1,235 (41.6%) of the 2,969 Florida graduate students in

1960, and 1,090 (41.0%) of the 2,634 enrolled in the fall of 1959.

The University of Florida enrolled 26.0% (773) of the Florida

graduate students in the fall of 1960 as compared with 27% (709) in

the fall of 1959. Florida State University in the fall of 1960 enrolled

24.9% (739) compared with 24.7% (635) of the Florida graduate students

in 1959. The University of Miami in the fall of 1960 again enrolled

more Florida graduate students than either the University of Florida

or Florida State University. In the fall of 1960 the University of

Miami enrolled 30.8% (913) of the Florida graduate students as compared

with 34.0% (890) in the fall of 1959.














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TABLE 13

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS

(By County)


University Florida Florida Total Private Total
of State A. & M. University Degree-Granting Graduate
County Florida University University System Institutions Students

Alachua 132 6 5 143 143
Baker 2 2 2
Bay 4 7 2 13 13
Bradford 5 1 6 6
Brevard 10 6 16 16
Broward 14 20 34 119 153
Calhoun 1 2 1 4 4
Charlotte 2 1 3 3
Citrus 4 1 1 6 6
Clay 5 2 7 7
Collier 3 3
Columbia 9 3 12 12
Dade 76 40 1 117 845 962
DeSoto -
Dixie 1 1 1
Duval 100 20 18 138 138
Escambia 7 21 3 31 31
Flagler 1 1 2 3
Franklin 5 2 7 7
Gadsden 3 13 23 39 39
Gilchrist 5 5 5
Glades 1 1 1
Gulf 3 3 3
Hamilton 2 1 3 3
Hardee -
Hendry 1 1 1
Hernando 2 1 3 3
Highlands 7 1 1 9 9
Hillsborough 37 27 3 67 1 68
Holmes 3 3 3







TABLE 13 (cont.)

University Florida Florida Total Private Total
of State A. & M. University Degree-Granting Graduate
County Florida University University System Institutions Students

Indian River 5 5 5
Jackson 4 5 9 9
Jefferson 4 21 25 25
Lafayette 4 1 5 5
Lake 14 6 20 3 23
Lee 6 3 2 11 11
Leon 4 298 82 384 384
Levy 5 1 6 6
Liberty 7 7 7
Madison 5 4 7 16 16
Manatee 15 6 1 22 22
Marion 26 4 3 33 2 35
Martin 5 5 1 6
Monroe 4 3 7 2 9
Nassau 1 1 1
Okaloosa 1 90 1 92 92
Okeechobee 1 1 2 2
Orange 30 12 1 43 153 196
Osceola 5 1 6 6
Palm Beach 22 17 1 40 6 46
Pasco 5 1 6 6
Pinellas 52 32 2 86 86
Polk 42 17 7 66 3 69
Putnam 13 1 2 16 2 18
St. Johns 14 2 3 19 19
St. Lucie 4 1 5 5
Santa Rosa 2 3 5 5
Sarasota 3 8 1 12 12
Seminole 9 2 11 15 26
Sumter 7 7 7
Suwannee 6 3 10 19 -19
Taylor 1 9 3 13 13
Union 7 7 7
Volusia 18 7 5 30 78 108








TABLE 13 (cont.)


University Florida Florida Total Private Total
of State A. & M. University Degree-Granting Graduate
County Florida University University System Institutions Students

Wakulla 1 5 2 8 8
Walton 1 3 2 6 6
Washington 1 1 2 4 4

Total 773 739 222 1,734 1,235 2,969









o\
I'








GRADUATE STUDENT E:'-?'T;"E;T
IN FLORIDA I1STI'V TI:;S
(By County)








13 3 3 i

6 9
192 f ftt I ^^""-^



16
i re y 35






6 6 ,'--'196
v





86 1 6


3 0 15 3
^_/7 I i 996





c 2 2 2 0



Total 2, 969 6















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Tota 2969 c-f^ ^^l ^
'''S '^-i i" ^ ^- .. .^

1 _J JBROrARB
\, 3^ ^ 3
^s- "" i








GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT
IN THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
(By County)






* AM" i 3I4 2I16 3' C.1
7 19


9 676 6
*-7 8

3


33
3)1



8 ;- 6 6 '

671
221 0 1 5



















68 -
SIbta1 1,734 40











(By County)








(; 3
T I j% I ;,


00 0 o j





-: 2
FO V,
roo 0 0o

20 *"e \ a















9 19
91 3 1



















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^^^^ 9W$t








.TABLE 14

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS

(By State)


University Florida Florida Total Private Total
of State A. & M. University Degree-Granting Graduate
State Florida University University System Institutions Students

Alabama 25 32 57 57
Alaska 2 2 2
Arizona 2 2 2
Arkansas 3 7 10 10
California 16 8 24 2 26
Colorado 1 4 5 5
Connecticut 6 2 8 2 10
Delaware 1 1 2 2
District of Columbia 6 3 9 1 10
Florida 773 739 222 1,734 1,235 2,969
Georgia 38 53 7 98 2 100
Hawaii 1 1 1
o Idaho -
' Illinois 14 25 39 4 43
Indiana 13 13 26 1 27
Iowa 6 10 16 16
Kansas 4 8 12 12
Kentucky 12 9 21 3 24
Louisiana 3 18 21 21
Maine 3 4 7 2 9
Maryland 5 5 10 1 11
Massachusetts 13 9 22 2 24
Michigan 8 11 19 19
Minnesota 1 8 9 9
Mississippi 16 19 35 1 36
Missouri 6 12 18 18
Montana 3 3 3
Nebraska 4 6 10 10
Nevada 2 2 2
New Hampshire 1 1 2 2










TABLE 14 (cont.)


University Florida Florida Total Private Total
of State A. & M. University Degree-Granting Graduate
State Florida University University System Institutions Students

New Jersey 20 11 31 3 34
New Mexico 4 4 4
New York 46 37 83 5 88
North Carolina 16 27 43 1 44
North Dakota 2 2 2
Ohio 22 29 51 2 53
Oklahoma 5 3 8 8
Oregon 1 1 1
Pennsylvania 25 27 52 4 56
Rhode Island 5 1 6 1 7
South Carolina 14 29 43 43
South Dakota 6 6 6
Tennessee 22 24 46 2 48
Texas 10 27 37 37
H_ Utah -
Vermont 2 2 4 4
Virginia 17 8 25 2 27
Washington 2 6 8 8
West Virginia 3 6 9 2 11
Wisconsin 7 14 21 21
Wyoming 1 2 3 3
Total 1,197 1,281 229 2,707 1,278 3,985

Canal Zone -
Guam -
Puerto Rico 4 2 6 6
Other Countries 108 51 159 7 166
Unclassified 1 1 1

GRAND TOTAL 1,309 1,335 229 2,873 1,285 4,158







GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT
IN FLORIDA INSTIT1JTIONS

(By State)
Alaska -.2






S. N. DA. 9C

3-/ 3 v N 6 O.." MINN ...-jf3
(29 24 1 1
1IDAHO 1 f
0 1 S.D j O *8O





^ C'.. \ I ...COLO1 ...... ") 1 V ... ._.ashington,
WYO. 6 2 1.M a 2








I , I 19
NTEXAS BR ... 56




Puerto 2ico 6 FLA
Other Countrie 16
Unclassified 1 j
2Total 4 1 A
M IS& 5 7 .00




other COmltries 166
Unclassified 1







GRADTUA STUDENT ENROLIMENT
IN THE STATS TIVEURSITY SYSTEM
(By State)
Alaska 2






M N


~ 6. c. 8
/ 3 .*'>- -ji, i6 2,2" 2 ( -- --- -- '^ v- o '
2\ V6 10 oo0 52 31

S 0 5--. .. -- -(L LoI 5 1
\ \ I 'C \
0 KAS- M--7 57w



oY s. o .. .. 973 37 D 9
oher 5 12 untr.4es 1159 /
Unclasifed



FlTotal \k J f ,8-, -
Unca fied-. I N-




totansl ,3






GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLUAENT
IN PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS
IN FLORIDA
Alaska 0 (By tate)



I 1
/ .---- ,,--' p
-- o i M AA1NN. DAK.
-- .. ONt ) 2
o 2 f
~ 0r wyo- -- MICH .....--
S 1 9 I0 -- ---. r : \ k-
IOWA
SEV. 1r- --. o OHIO O
S\ i 0 -- 2
0 U01 2 1
i o. KANSAS MO. Y. K l
S "...\. 0 c. 2--'
SL 2 --..-........ 2 E. "-

Hawaii A R OKA A "" C.
o LI \ \ /
0 A-..--. O /
\ 3- ....S. \ "
"...... .L.-.. ...... O 0 2 ,
Florida 1,235\ TA LA. L 5
Other States of U.S. & D.C. 43 0
Other Countries 7
2Ibtal 1S8
































STUDENTS BY RESIDENCE AREAS SERVED

































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AREAS SERVED BY FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING

The maps on the following pages are designed to show the varying levels

of attraction which selected institutions and types of institutions have for

Florida students attending college in Florida.

The first of these maps shows that 27,053, or 48%, of the 56,339 Florida

students attending college in the State were enrolled in the State University

System for the fall 1960 term. It shows that 98% of the Leon County students

who were enrolled in Florida institutions for the fall 1959 term were enrolled

in the institutions which comprise the State University System. The appli-

cable percentages are shown for each of the other 66 counties.

The next map shows that 7,116, or 31.6%, of the 22,484 Florida first-

time-in-college students in Florida institutions were enrolled in the State

University System in the fall of 1960. It is shown that 92% of the Leon

County first-time-in-college students were enrolled in the State Universities.

The applicable percentages for the remaining counties are also shown.

Following these maps are similar maps for the types of institutions.
Also included are maps showing the varying degrees of attractiveness the

types of institutions have for the graduate students from the several coun-

ties in the State. In each case the percentage that the enrollment (or type

of enrollment) of the institution (or type of institution) is to the total

enrollment (or type of enrollment) of Florida students attending college in

the state is used as the base to identify the counties from which students

are attracted to that type of institution.






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PERCENTAGE THE TOTAL TIMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
IS OF ITE TOTAL NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)










85 85 ~.8 j 85
/ 56


3 03


Key:0 I "
28 60
S Less than 42% 11 55

.... -". 42% to 52% /' ,*a-* -.-'""A, ....

... 52% and Higher ,r' 64 .
57 r
7 5 J. Al..

















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55




NOTE: 23,356, or 42%, of the 56,339 Florida Students
in Florida Institutions were enrolled in the State
University System.






-'77 -









PERCENTAGE THE NUMBER OF FTIC* STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM IS OF
THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FTIC FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS

(By County)









54 1 5
7








16 5


Key: 17

Less than 3678

:c" 36% to 46% 56 61 1
S__ 46% and Higher .
72 50






71


NOTE: 6,422, or 36H of the 18,023 FTIC Flori da
students in Florida institutions were enrolled
in the State University System.

*First-Time-in-College



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PERCENTAGE THE NUMBER OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM IS OF
THE TOTAL itJRMER OF FLORIDA GRADUATE
STUDENTS ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)






000 10000 0"

00 0 "A ^ kO 1001
00 100 ;?O [i00~ 0
100 00 100 S 00m


100 r
8100% t oo 74 1'9 P


0;I 0100 ^ 22.
2788


Key: 1001 87
S:; Less than 58.41 -'M 100

58.-4 to 78.4% 100 g 95.7 7

N_ 78.4% and Higher Flroi a i t
1 -"o100

100 100
0 roo- 87.0

NOTE: 1734, or 58.4% of the 2,969 Florida graduate o Q l
students in Florida institutions were enrolled >
in the State University System i*3 12.2










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PE:CZ.LTAG-: THE TOTAL MfMER OF FL': ID.I. JDi.T3
ElipRCLLZD IN THE PUBLIC COCM? TITY JUNIOR 0OLLD3ES
IS OF THE TOTAiL 9rE OF 'L7ilD,. S'TJDEi .
,7 3"LLED IN ALL FLORIDA I-T 'rjTIO:C,

(By County)




81 '
5;2 50












Less than aT *o L "t
67










S27 to 37% jC

E i 737 and Higher r" .."
NOTE: 15: ,3' o "7;'., of t 539 o





:old i,,lr.,Co" n'i I r.
NOE 14 o o. ,' he-5 r',3 Fr
.-*.-:-r~F-7. i> T




*Less than 61
L__ O .... r


3Less t.an 1%-
mo, 80 -
,.,-w.- ;:r



















~80"









FEiLCE Cli THE I ThTB OF FTJC-- STUDENiTS ENROLLED
IN '. PUBLIC CC: '7TiTY JUNIOR COILiG-ES
IS OF :I- TOTAL NUMBER OF FTIC FLORIDA SCIDEJ 3
E0Lf01,1L IN AlL L :;"IiY'. -.'l-lI:.'07;

(By County)




r 85 k %
92



T 5r.6 ". .r,. '. \
(U W>-86 8 I







Less than -.

43% to 53 76 jQW ^

431 IuhI 53% and Higher 4)- i *'> T\a
W& C ..2- 1 .., C' M;l 1








7 r.cVVfl







81 -- ,
." -t/ "2 "
,---Y : \.




















Note: 7"809, or 3"-. of the 18,216 .aIC Florida-
studenotS in Floridaf institutions Flere en- ^ <;t<
rolled in Public Commnmity Junior Colleges.

*First-time-in-college









PERCENTAGE THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN THE PRIVATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
IS OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS

(By County)






4--







13



Key: 6

tg Less than 31' 3

f 31% to 41% 10 3

..II.. 41 d and Higher


20






61



Note: 17,540, or 31%, of the total of 56,339 Florida o
students in Florida institutions were enrolled.
in the Private Colleges and Universities. a o

*Less than 1%


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FF-.CET-E."IF. THE IT.;.-. OF FTIC* :TUD'TEL.-3 K.T OLLE)
IN THME :rf[VIjTE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
IS OF THE TOTAL NIJBiER OF FTIC FLORIDA STUDENTS
ETUROLLED IN) ALL FLORITDA INSTITUTIONS

(By County)





S.- .., i,;...,. I










Key: 2 W" 65


tLess tha-n -- -



3 3T 33x
Key: 29"- 65



















Note: 3,985, or Li',", of the l8,216 FTIC Florida students 44
were enrolled in the Private Colleges and Universities9
*First-time-in-college
OLess than 1 65


83 -t
an d IT 2W33







5 3





Nqote: 3,985, or of2,, ot the 18,216 FTIC Florida students

were enrolled in the Private Colleges and Universitiesj p
*First -time-in-c college
oLess than 1%/1



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PERCENTAGESE TE lT UrE3R OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN PRIVATE, IiSTITJTIOi;S IS OF THE TOTAL
NUMBER OF FLORIDA GRADUATE STUDENTS ENROLLED
IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS

(By County)





o ,., o ,... .... 0 o >."o
j I *., 01 0 ^ '

0o0 t' 0 i -- t


,, 0o r- -. ",,

-. 0
..3- .^ { '2'\.
'-. 0 v l ,0..;-i r-

Key: I
0" 0 z'i 0,78.o0
L Less than 41.6% O nf
1 0
41.6% to 61.6; 31 43
'61.6% and Higher J 1.51 _._.-

S..0 0
0 78-0


8 0 13.0
NOTE: 1235, or 41.6% of the 2,.969 Florida graduate 0.'
students in Florida institutions were enrolled 100
in private institutions ''-"
S/871-.8









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NON-FLORIDA STUDENTS

The maps shown in an earlier section of this report (pages 32

through 39) show the numbers of students from other states and countries

enrolled in Florida institutions of higher learning in the fall of 1960.

Of the total of 68,172 students attending Florida institutions, 11,833

(17.4o) came from outside the state. Of this 11,833, 1,084 (9.2%) were

from outside the United States.

The majority of out-of-state students attending Florida institutions

of higher learning were in attendance at privately controlled degree-

granting institutions. Of the total of 11,833 students who came from out-

side the state, 7,513 (63.5%) were attending the 11 private degree-granting

institutions of the state.

The greatest number of students attending Florida institutions from

states other than Florida came from the state of New York which contributed

2,184 or 18.5% of the 11,833 students who came from out of state. New Jersey

was second with 952 (8.0%) and Georgia with 906 (7.7%) was third. Thus,

these three states sent 4,042 or 34.2% of the 11,833 out-of-state students to

Florida institutions of higher learning. The states of New York, Pennsylvania,

New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois each con-

tributed more than any southern state except Georgia and Florida.











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TRENDS IN FLORIDA COLLEGE GRADE ENROLLMENT
FALL 1957 FALL 1960































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TRENDS IN COLLEGE GRADE ENROLLMENT
1959 1960
Total On-Campus, College-Grade Enrollment

In the fall of 1960 there were 68,172 on-campus college grade students

enrolled in Florida institutions of higher learning. This represents a

13.4% increase over the fall of 1959 when 60,121 students were enrolled, and

it is an increase of 35.6% for the period 1957 (the initial year of this re?

porting series) through 1960. The average rate of increase for all Florida

institutions during the period was 10.7%. (Tables 15 and 16)

The State University System

The State University System shows a 14.1% increase between fall 1959

and fall 1960 with enrollments rising from 23,713 to 27,053. This is the

largest percentage of increase during any year yet shown by the State Univer-

sity System and is, in large, attributable to the opening of the new University

of South Florida in Tampa which enrolled 1,991 (7.4%) of the 27,053 students

found in the State University System. Excluding the enrollment at the Uni-

versity of South Florida, the percentage of increase in the State University

System was 5.7% between fall 1959 and fall 1960.

For the entire period from the fall of 1957 to the fall of 1960 enroll-

ments in the State University System increased 27.9%, from 21,146 for the

fall of 1957 to 27,053 for the fall of 1960, with an average annual increase

of 8.6%. Excluding the University of South Florida the percentage of increase

for the period would be 18.5%, from 21,146 in the fall of 1957 to 25,062 in

the fall of 1960.

Community Junior Colleges

From the fall of 1959 to the fall of 1960, enrollments in Florida's Pubr
lic Community Junior Colleges increased 43.4%, from 11,008 in the fall of 1959
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to 15,790 in the fall of 1960. The greater portion of this increase is

accounted for by the opening of seven new institutions in this category (Bre-

vard Junior College at Cocoa, Carver Junior College at Cocoa, Collier-Blocker

Junior College at Palatka, Dade County Junior College at Miami, Indian River

Junior College at Fort Pierce, The Junior College of Broward County at Fort

Lauderdale, and Lincoln Junior College at Fort Pierce) which opened fall term

1960 with a combined enrollment of 3,325 students. Excluding the enrollments

of these institutions, the increase of the public community junior colleges

would be 13.2%, from 11,008 in the fall of 1959 to 12,465 in the fall of 1960.

In the period between the fall of 1957 and the fall of 1960, public com-

munity junior college enrollments increased 155.9%. Exclusive of the seventeen

new community junior colleges which were opened between the fall of 1957 and

the fall of 1960, the increase in enrollment would have been 65.04, from 5,444

in the fall of 1957 to 8,983 in the fall of 1960.

Private Institutions

The private institutions in Florida experienced a slight (less than 1%)

decrease in enrollment in the fall of 1960 as compared with the fall of 1959

(from 25,400 fall 1959 to 25,329 fall 1960). The greater portion of this loss

seems to result from the 25.8% decrease at Jacksonville University where en-

rollment dropped from 2,050 in the fall 1959 to 1521 in the fall 1960. This

decrease was partially offset by the opening of a new private institution,

Florida Presbyterian College at St. Petersburg, enrolling 153 students in the

fall of 1960.

For the period from the fall of 1957 to the fall of 1960, enrollments in-

creased 10.3%, from 22,971 in the fall of 1957 to 25,329 in the fall of 1960.


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