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Title: Enrollment in Florida's institutions of higher learning
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Language: English
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Creation Date: 1961
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover
    Title Page
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    The Board of Control
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    Locations of Florida institutions of higher learning
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    Table of Contents
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    List of Tables
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    Maps
        Page ix
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    Principal findings in enrollments, fall 1961
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    On campus college grade enrollments in all institutions of higher learning in Florida
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E N R O L L M E N T


IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS


OF HIGHER LEARNING























Fall 1961



Board of Control, Tallahassee















THE BOARD OF CONTROL



BAYA M. HARRISON, JR.
Chairman
St. Petersburg


FRANK M. BUCHANAN
Vice Chairman
Miami


RALPH L. MILLER
Orlando


S. KENDRICK GUERNSEY
Jacksonville


CHARLES R. FORMAN
Ft. Lauderdale


GERT H. W. SCHMIDT
Jacksonville


JOHN C. PACE
Pensacola






J. B. CULPEPPER
Executive Director
Tallahassee
















Office of the Board of Control
Tallahassee, Florida
January 25, 1962



This report of the fall 1961 enrollment in the institutions Of
higher learning in Florida is the fifth 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.

Thomas C. Dula
Research and Reports Officer







LOCATIONS OF FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING











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State University System "

1. Florida State University 3\
2. Florida A. & M. University 37
3. University of Florida 25 i
4. University of South Florida i8 i. 44 oO,0 (

Public Community Junior Colleges ..

5. Pensacola Junior College
20
6. Washington Junior College 21
7. Chipola Junior College
8. Gulf Coast Junior College I .-W -
9. Rosenwald Junior College 22
10. North Florida Junior College
11. Suwannee River Junior College o 23
12. St. Johns River Junior College 38
13. Collier-Blocker Junior College 39
14. Daytona Beach Junior College
15. Volusia County Community Junior College
16. Brevard Junior College
17. Carver Junior College
18. Indian River Junior College j"
19. Lincoln Junior College %O
20. Palm Beach Junior College
21. Roosevelt Junior College

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Public Junior Colleges, (Continued)

22. The Junior College of Broward County
23. Dade County Junior College
24. St. Petersburg Junior College
25. Gibbs Junior College
26. Central Florida Junior College
27. Hampton Junior College
28. Manatee Junior College
29. Jackson Junior College

Private Degree-Granting x

30. Jacksonville University
31. Edward Waters College
32. Florida Normal and Industrial Memorial College
33. Stetson University
34. Rollins College
35. Florida Southern College
36. Florida Presbyterian College
37. University of Tampa
38. Barry College
39. University of Miami
40. Bethune-Cookman College

Private Junior Colleges .

41. St. Leo College
42. Florida Christian College
43. Orlando Junior College
44. Webber College




















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CONTENTS




Page


PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENTS, FALL 1961 . . 1


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


FIRST TIME IN COLLEGE ENROLLMENTS . . . 38


GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING . . . . ... .. 59


TRENDS IN FLORIDA COLLEGE GRADE ENROLLMENT,
1957 1961 . . . . ... ...... 72



























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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 . . . .. . 13

4 Out-of-State Enrollment . . . . . 13

5 All Enrollments . . . . . . 13

6 All Institutions of Higher Learning, Total On-Campus
College Grade Enrollment (by County) . . .. 14

7 All Institutions of Higher Learning, Total On-Campus
College Grade Enrollment (by State) . . .. 28

8 Florida First-Time-In-College Enrollment, Fall 1958 -
Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961 . . . .. 40

9 Out-of-State First-Time-In-College Enrollment, Fall 1958 -
Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961 . . . .. 40

10 All First-Time-In-College Enrollment, Fall 1958 -
Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961. . . .... 40

11 All Institutions of Higher Learning, First-Time-In-College
Enrollment (by County) ... . . . 42

12 The Percentage That First-Time-In-College Enrollments Are
of the Number of High School Graduates (by County). .. .... 47

13 All Institutions of Higher Learning, First-Time-In-College
Enrollment (by State) . . . . .. 56

14 Graduate Student Enrollment in Florida Institutions
(by County) . . . . . . 62

15 Graduate Student Enrollment in Florida Institutions
(by State) ....... . . .... 67

16 Comparisons of Enrollments in Florida Colleges and Univer-
sities by Selective Years and by Type of Institution. .. .. 75




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TABLES (Cont.)


Table Number Page


17 Enrollment in Florida Institutions of Higher Learning
Fall 1957 Fall 1961 ................... 76

18 Percentage Distribution of Enrollments by Type of
Institution, Fall 1957 Fall 1961 . . . 78

19 College-Grade Enrollments 1957 1961 by Institution. . 81








































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MAPS

Page

Enrollment In All Institutions of Higher Learning
(by County) . . . . ... . . 16

Percentage of Florida Students In Florida Colleges and
Universities (by County) . . . .... 17

Density of College Student Population. . . . 20

University of Florida (by County) . . . .... .21

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

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

University of South Florida (by County) . . ... 24

Public Junior Colleges (by County). . . . ... 25

Private Degree-Granting Institutions (by County) . ... 26

Private Junior Colleges (by County) . . . .... .27

All Institutions of Higher Learning (by State) . . .. 30

University of Florida (by State) . . . .... .31

Florida State University (by State) . . . ... .32

Florida A & M University (by State) . . . .... .33

University of South Florida (by State) . . ... 34

Public Junior Colleges (by State) . . . ... 35

Private Degree-Granting Institutions (by State) . .. 36

Private Junior Colleges (by State) . . . .. 37

All Institutions of Higher Learning, First-Time-In-College
Enrollment (by County) . . . . ... ... 44

1961 Graduates of Florida Public High Schools (by County) .... 45

Percentage That the Number of Florida First-Time-In-College
Students Is Of the Number Of 1961 Graduates Of Florida
Public High Schools (by County) . .. . . 46



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MAPS (Cont.)

Page

University of Florida, First-Time-In-College Enrollment
(by County) . . . . . . .. 49

Florida State University, First-Time-In-College Enrollment
(by County) . . . . . . 50

Florida A & M University, First-Time-In-College Enrollment
(by County).. . . . . . . 51

University of South Florida, First-Time-In-College
Enrollment (by County). . . . .. 52

Public Junior Colleges, First-Time-In-College Enrollment
(by County) . . . . .. . .. 53

Private Degree-Granting Institutions, First-Time-In-
College Enrollment (by County) . . . . 54

Private Junior Colleges, First-Time-In-College Enrollment
(by County). .. . . . ... . 55

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

Graduate Student Enrollment in Florida Institutions
(by County) . . . . .. .. . .. 64

Graduate Student Enrollment in the State University System
(by County). . . . ... . .. 65

Graduate Student Enrollment in Private Degree-Granting
Institutions (by County) . . . . . 66

Graduate Student Enrollment in Florida Institutions
(by State) . . . . . . 69

Graduate Student Enrollment in the State University
System (by State) . . . . . . 70

Graduate Student Enrollment in Private Degree-Granting
Institutions in Florida (by State) . . .... .71







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PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENT,

FALL 1961





























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PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENT
FALL 1961


At the opening of the 1961-62 college year there were 78,328 on-campus

college-grade students enrolled in 44 institutions of higher learning in

Florida. This was 10,156 (14.9%) more students than the 68,172 who were

enrolled one year earlier.


Fifty-one thousand, three hundred and thirty-five were enrolled in the 29

institutions of higher learning that are operated by public bodies in the

State. Twenty-nine thousand, two hundred and nineteen students, or 37.3%

of the total number of 78,328 students, were enrolled in the four institu-

tions in the State University System (13,634 at the University of Florida,

9,835 at the Florida State University, 2,768 at the Florida Agricultural

and Mechanical University, and 2,982 at the University of South Florida).

Twenty-two thousand, one hundred and sixteen students, or 28.2% of the

total, were enrolled for college credit in the 25 community junior colleges

of which the St. Petersburg Junior College with 3,934 students was the largest.


Twenty-six thousand, nine hundred and ninety-three students, or 34.5% of the

total number of students, were enrolled in 15 private institutions of higher

learning in the State, with 13,179 of these students attending the University

of Miami.

Twenty-four thousand, thirty-eight students, or 30.7% of the total number of

78,328 students, were in college for the first time, and 4,489, or 5.7%, were

graduate students.


Sixty-five thousand, four hundred and ninety-five of the 78,328 students were

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residents of Florida. Twelve thousand, eight hundred and twenty-nine

students, or 16.4% of the total, were students who came into Florida

institutions from other states and from foreign countries. Nearly two-

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


Whereas 12,829 students came into Florida to attend college, an estimated

18,990 Florida students were enrolled in out-of-state colleges and uni-

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

college there were approximately 15 Florida students attending college out

of State. The estimated net out-migration of college students for fall

term 1961 was 6,161.


Fifty-two thousand, four hundred and twenty-seven students, or 80.0%q of

the total number of 65,495 Florida students enrolled in Florida colleges

and universities, were from 13 counties (Dade 15,950; Pinellas 5,758;

Hillsborough 5,252; Duval 3,896; Broward 3,605; Palm Beach 3,128;

Orange 3,055; Escambia 2,704; Volusia 2,090; Leon 2,019; Polk -

1,957; Brevard 1,760; and Alachua 1,253).


Twenty-three and five tenths percent of the total number of Florida students

attending college in Florida were from the eight counties in the Tampa Bay

area (Pasco, Pinellas, Hillsborough, Manatee, Sarasota, Polk, Hardee, and

DeSoto). Twenty-four and four tenths percent were from Dade County; 34.6%

were from the three counties (Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach) on the lower

east coast. /

In addition to the 78,328 college-grade students enrolled in on-campus instruc-

tional programs, there were, at the time the reports were filed, 5,255 addi-

tional 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 Enrollment1 Enrollment
First Time Graduate Terminal (College-Grade
Total Florida Non-Florida in College2 Programs3 Programs Courses)5

University System 29,219 25,210 4,009 6,886 3,016 111 4,285

University of Florida 13,634 11,744 1,890 3,243 1,401 71 2,368
Florida State University 9,835 7,948 1,887 1,964 1,432 1,567
Florida A & M University 2,768 2,596 172 519 183 40 350
University of South Florida 2,982 2,922 60 1,160 -


Public Junior Colleges 22,116 21,498 618 9,996 2,609


Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 25,158 17,310 7,848 6,231 1,473 74 970


Private Junior Colleges 1,835 1,477 358 925 254 -

Total 78,328 65,495 12,829 24,038 4,489 3,048 5,255

IIncludes all students in one or more courses for credit and which are given cn campus.
2Includes all students who have not been enrolled in any other college or university.
3Includes 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.
5Includes 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 terminal

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

Florida. There were 78,328 students enrolled in 44 colleges and universities

in the State of Florida in the fall term of 1961. Of these, 46,968 (60.0o)

were men, and 31,360 (40.0%) were women.


Of the 54,377 students enrolled in the 15 degree-granting institutions, 29,219

(53.7%) were in the four State universities while 25,158 (46.3%) were in the

11 private degree-granting colleges and universities.


Junior colleges enrolled 23,951 students, of whom 22,116 (92.3%) were in the

25 public institutions, while the remaining 1,835 (7.7%) 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 65,495 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 16. The enroll-

ments from each county are shown as percentages of the total on the map on page 17.


The density of the Florida college student population is discussed on page 18

and is shown by county on the map on page 20.

The maps on pages 21 through 27 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 30 through 37 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
FALL 1961

(By Type and Sex)

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

Florida A & M University
Men 1,306 256 57 40
Women 1,462 263 293 0
Total 2,768 519 350 -0

Florida State University
Men 5,330 840 556 0
Women 4,505 1,124 1,011 0
Total 9,835 1,964 1,567 0

University of Florida
Men 9,691 2,100 1,095 71
Women 3,943 1,143 1,273 0
Total 13,634 3,243 2,368 71

University of South Florida
Men 1,763 686 0 0
Women 1,219 474 0 0
Total 2,982 1,160 0 0

Total University System
Men 18,090 3,882 1,708 111
Women 11,129 3,004 2,577 0
Total 29,219 686 4,285 ll

PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

Brevard Junior College
Men 800 293 0 159
Women 448 197 0 97
Total 1,278 490 0 256

Carver Junior College
Men 21 12 0 1
Women 30 9 0 1
Total 51 21 0 2

Central Florida Junior College
Men 407 209 0 25
Women 208 103 0 27
Total 65 312 0 52



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TABLE 2 (Cont.)

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

Chipola Junior College
Men 433 212 0 23
Women 276 129 0 19
Total 709 34 o --42

Collier-Blocker Junior College
Men 17 10 0 0
Women 44 21 0 0
Total -~ 31 0 0

Dade County Junior College
Men 2,197 1,242 0 376
Women 1 144 714 0 217
Total 3,341 1,9 0 593

Daytona Beach Junior College
Men 554 195 0 58
Women 354 111 0 0
Total 908 ~O3 0 50

Gibbs Junior College
Men 226 138 0 2
Women 378 21 0 25
Total 64 369 0 27

Gulf Coast Junior College
Men 407 172 0 28
Women 254 125 0 56
Total 6.1 297 0 -9

Hampton Junior College
Men 76 39 0 10
Women 128 69 0 0
Total 204 106 0 10

Indian River Junior College
Men 240 91 0 15
Women 4 94 0
Total 7 5 0 51

Jackson Junior College
Men 29 29 0 0
Women 11 11 0 0
Total ~70 T70 0 0

The Junior College of Broward County
Men 846 407 0 42
Women 542 23 0 41
Total 1,388 0 r83

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TABLE 2 (Cont.)

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

Lincoln Junior College
Men 40 15 0 5
Women 79 27 0 0
Total 119 -2 0o 5

Manatee Junior College
Men 565 273 0 52
Women 428 195 0 48
Total 993 -483 0 100

North Florida Junior College
Men 281 122 0 8
Women 191 81 0 14
Total 472 203 0 22

Palm Beach Junior College
Men 1,202 459 0 76
Women 909 370 0 12
Total 2,111 829 0 88

Pensacola Junior College
Men 1,747 671 0 99
Women 900 430 0 209
Total 2,147 1,101 0 308

Roosevelt Junior College
Men 80 34 0 0
Women 136 68 0 0
Total 216 102 0 0

Rosenwald Community Junior College
Men 26 19 0 0
Women 47 6 0 0
Total 73 25 0 0

St.Johns River Junior College
Men 324 165 O 5
Women 216 109 0 16
Total 54 274 0 21

St. Petersburg Junior College
Men 2,352 929 0 461
Women 1,582 627 0 315
Total 3,934 1,556 0 776

Suwannee River Junior College
Men 52 22 0 0
Women 168 49 0 10
Total 220 71 0 10

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TABLE 2 (Cont.)

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

Volusia County Community Jr. College
Men 94 41 0 8
Women 185 80 0 10
Total 279 121 0 18

Washington Junior College
Men 69 40 0 0
Women 126 68 0 0
Total 195 108 0 0

Total Public Junior Colleges
Men 13,085 5,839 0 1,453
Women 9,031 4,157 0 1,156
Total 22,1 9,996 0 2,609


PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

Barry College
Men 67 0 0 0
Women 732 229 0 0
Total 799 229 0 0

Bethune-Cookman College
Men 254 59 0 0
Women 426 123 0 0
Total 680 182 0 0

Edward Waters College
Men 286 84 0 0
Women 457 150 0 19
Total 743 23 O0 19

Florida Normal and Industrial
Memorial College
Men 108 19 0 0
Women 224 57 0 0
Total 332 7T 0 0

Florida Presbyterian College
Men 147 92 0 0
Women 112 58 0 0
Total 259 150 0 0

Florida Southern College
Men 1,082 366 0 0
Women 903 367 0 0
Total 1,985 733 0 0

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TABLE 2 (Cont.)

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

Jacksonville University
Men 1,170 365 0 2
Women 563 121 0 26
Total 1,733 486 0 28

Rollins College
Men 729 156 223 0
Women 559 145 60 0
Total 1,288 301 283 0

Stetson University
Men 1,208 256 0 0
Women 904 246 0 0
Total 2,112 502 0 0

University of Miami
Men 8,292 1,753 90 27
Women 4,887 1,060 28 0
Total 13,179 2,813 118 27

University of Tampa
Men 1,268 321 531 0
Women 780 204 38 0
Total 2,048 525 569 0

Total Private Degree-Granting
Institutions
Men 14,611 3,471 844 29
Women 10,547 2,760 126 45
Total 25,158 6,231 970 --


PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

Florida Christian College
Men 175 82 0 13
Women 91 62 0 1
Total 26 144 0 l

Orlando Junior College
Men 794 328 0 26
Women 434 260 0 134
Total 1,228 588 0 160

St. Leo College
Men 213 116 0 0
Women 48 19 0 0
Total 261 135 0 0


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TABLE 2 (Cont.)

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

Webber College
Men 0 0 0 0
Women 80 58 0 80
Total 80 58 0 80

Total Private Junior Colleges
Men 1,182 526 0 39
Women 653 399 O 215
Total 1,835 925 0 254

TOTAL DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS
Men 32,701 7,353 2,552 140
Women 21,676 5,764 2,703 45
Total 54,377 13,117 5,255 185

TOTAL JUNIOR COLLEGES
Men 14,267 6,365 0 1,492
Women 9,684 4,556 0 1,371
Total 23,951 10,921 0 2,863


TOTAL ALL INSTITUTIONS OF
HIGHER LEARNING
Men 46,968 13,718 2,552 1,632
Women 31,360 10,320 2,703 1,416
Total 78,328 24,038 5,255 3,o48





















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TABLE 3
FLORIDA ENROLLMENT

Type of Institution Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961

State Universities 43.3% 40.8% 41.5% 38.5%

Community Junior Colleges 18.6 21.5 27.4 32.8

Private Degree-Granting 34.6 33.9 28.8 26.4
Institutions

Private Junior Colleges 3.5 3.8 2.3 2.3
100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%



TABLE 4
OUT-OF-STATE ENROLLMENT

Type of Institution Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961

State Universities 31.5% 32.9% 31.3% 31.2%

Community Junior Colleges 2.0 3.0 2.9 4.8

Private Degree-Granting 64.1 61.7 63.5 61.2
Institutions

Private Junior Colleges 2.4 2.4 2.3 2.8
100.0 100.0% 100.06 100.0%



TABLE 5
ALL ENROLLMENTS


Type of Institution Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961

State Universities 40.3% 39.5% 39.7% 37.3%

Community Junior Colleges 17.1 18.3 23.2 28.2

Private Degree-Granting 39.3 38.7 34.8 32.2
Institutions

Private Junior Colleges 3.3 3.5 2.3 2.3
100.0% 100.0 100.0% 100.0o


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TABLE 6
ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
Total On-Campus, College-Grade Enrollment
(By County)

Public Private Private
County U.F. F.S.U. F.A.M.U. U.S.F. Jr.Col. DGI Jr.Col. Total

Alachua 950 53 44 2 102 101 1 1,253
Baker 13 10 2 -- 4 9 -- 38
Bay 69 143 29 1 670 27 -- 939
Bradford 52 8 3 -- 22 22 1 108
Brevard 217 114 20 6 1,289 99 15 1,760
Broward 818 425 95 24 1,483 744 16 3,605
Calhoun 7 24 11 -- 55 5 -- 102
Charlotte 25 8 2 7 10 11 2 65
Citrus 20 7 5 -- 52 9 2 95
Clay 43 19 5 1 107 20 1 196
Collier 38 17 1 8 14 23 2 103
Columbia 46 39 14 -- 31 32 -- 162
Dade 2,469 1,052 285 34 3,376 8,710 24 15,950
DeSoto 10 23 7 5 24 12 7 88
Dixie 16 6 -- 1 7 3 -- 33
Duval 1,133 637 260 8 111 1,728 19 3,896
Escambia 175 226 105 1 2,165 31 1 2,704
Flagler 10 6 -- -- 19 8 -- 43
Franklin 5 15 13 -- 7 3 -- 43
Gadsden 22 159 112 -- 51 37 1 382
Gilchrist 15 4 -- 3 6 2 30
Glades 3 3 1 -- 5 2 -- 14
Gulf 14 33 20 -- 46 5 -- 118
Hamilton 19 20 9 -- 47 12 1 108
Hardee 32 20 3 7 1 16 4 83
Hendry 15 14 6 1 17 13 -- 66
Hernando 17 14 8 10 2 8 3 62
Highlands 47 27 17 16 18 52 2 179
Hillsborough 667 367 158 2,284 434 1,275 67 5,252
Holmes 9 20 6 -- 63 3 -- 101
Indian River 61 32 17 1 173 38 1 323
Jackson 44 83 26 -- 325 17 -- 495
Jefferson 7 32 28 -- 130 4 -- 201
Lafayette 8 14 -- -- 27 1 -- 50
Lake 146 93 33 9 80 124 37 522
Lee 145 65 17 29 32 89 1 378
Leon 93 1,356 478 1 71 20 -- 2,019
Levy 34 33 2 -- 49 10 -- 128
Liberty 1 15 4 -- 10 1 -- 31
Madison 24 50 41 -- 190 16 -- 321
Manatee 141 114 32 15 616 84 10 1,012
Marion 216 64 58 10 451 67 6 872
Martin 38 10 14 -- 66 16 -- 144
Monroe 71 35 17 4 20 46 6 199

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TABLE 6 (Cont.)

Public Private Private
County U.F. F.S.U. F.A.M.U. U.S.F. Jr.Col. DGI Jr.Col. Total

Nassau 31 27 16 3 11 38 1 127
Okaloosa 67 237 7 1 158 12 -- 482
Okeechobee 14 6 2 -- 21 6 -- 49
Orange 695 299 72 35 47 958 949 3,055
Osceola 43 23 1 4 4 21 20 116
Palm Beach 473 272 100 10 1,988 276 9 3,128
Pasco 47 39 7 77 20 33 84 307
Pinellas 884 548 65 134 3,582 526 19 5,758
Polk 445 289 101 142 144 803 33 1,957
Putnam 85 31 23 2 252 41 -- 434
St.Johns 83 40 17 -- 157 80 -- 377
St.Lucie 72 45 26 1 372 48 4 568
Santa Rosa 31 22 8 1 356 3 -- 421
Sarasota 226 201 13 13 373 107 6 939
Seminole 85 33 25 3 44 119 107 416
Sumter 26 14 11 5 41 12 1 110
Suwannee 40 41 18 -- 63 20 2 184
Taylor 21 44 10 -- 175 7 1 258
Union 16 1 -- -- 7 4 -- 28
Volusia 317 133 47 5 958 621 9 2,090
Wakulla 5 32 10 -- 9 3 -- 59
Walton 17 36 8 -- 40 6 -- 107
Washington 16 26 1 1 114 5 -- 163
Unclassified -- -- -- -- 87 2 -- 89

Total 11,744 7,948 2,596 2,922 21,498 17,310 1,477 65,495





















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ENROLLMENT IN
ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By County)







2704
421 4-.2 ... -2 495.
K 1 163 1 381 ./321\108 1 \ L3/2



33 30i 1253 i34






758- 31 9118




Unclassified 89. ._ 1 "
o 88'
Total 65,495 .\ 14.'
~ 1o3128
378~ o1
103 3605

15,95
199\
8782 20
















3070
--16-32
1012 1. 83 1'Z,.Q49 56




378













16







PERCENTAGE OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

(By County)









4 -- -., --C ( p
47 i1.2 It'-- .8 k
.6 .7 .2 2"!f o ^.afJoE- .
.2'CC~UU;l; 7" 10




.4 .1 .8 ..
.2 ."







Total of 65,495 Florida students in all Florida .



*Of this total 89 (.1%o) students have not been -._... \
classified by county although they are Florida 1.6 .1 .3 L 0 .9
students. hav. n.

0 5 ..6 _A .,
.2



1._. .BROWARD


3 2 24.4





o 0



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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

increase 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 was, at least


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in part, attributed to the opening of new institutions in these counties.


The reports for the fall of 1961 show Pinellas County repeating as the

county with the greatest number of students per 100 square miles (2,181),

while Glades County again has the least (2). Increases are found in 51

counties and seven of these counties are up by at least 40 students per 100

square miles. Pinellas County continues to lead the State in the size of

increase, but the greatest rate of increase is found in Sarasota County.

Increases of some magnitude are found in Escambia (371 to 412), Hillsborough

(445 to 505), Brevard (120 to 170), Sarasota (137 to 243), Dade (635 to 776),

Orange (286 to 333), and Pinellas (1,949 to 2,181) Counties.


Between 1957 and 1961 the number of students per square mile in the State

has risen 56.6%, or from 83 to 130 students per 100 square miles. The per-

centage of growth of the student population density closely parallels the

percentage of increase in the total number of students attending Florida

colleges and universities (55.8%).























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DENSITY OF COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION













41 51 lo 52 '- -;,--. 19
27 10 T 21
17 ."- I .-.

". i """ .' /..f i(3 4 4
2 / 33- 6i
1 '8 !:-31 154
5 &
12 [i 8
', -. 54 8
NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN "
FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS PER 100 17 j 52 ,-i,-3: '
SQUARE MILES i '"1."o :

Key: .41

\.. 1,000 or more students per .. 05 105:: i:
100 sq. mi. 21 81 ... ''

500 999 students per 100 sq. mi. 1 9
L.hr...! ~"1 1 S--TO
S14 26
250 499 students per 100 sq. mi. '-;A--rt ."
LEE tORY
...-. ... 100 249 students per 100 sq. mi. W- 48 g:

w: ... 5 "'25""5
-- Fewer than 100 students per 100 sq. mi.

_20 77


Note: For the State as a hole there were 130
Students per 100 sq. miles.





20







UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

(By County)









17 1 9 44 __1
31 1Of 3 17A .,- --.. .
Si6 r 22/ 9 -82.-T,7 19 .
S. 3r7 24 0 2..
^ 7 Ii 13 14
j.521 ..40 6 i 4 -
Tia\ Y~ILA I, 5~ i i 21 43 fw




S950 I 86 \' r
~i ,4 7 0. o a. \F)\\
I __ -. .' ._.- ~,\I( >.



1 1 32 147 -i
20ta-- 1 4 6-ot L\r _m
147 1 69






47.J 1OLA
884 \6671

141 1 32 147 O"7" L_



\O~yl4L&; i L5 3




S 269
1 473
1J L TOWARD
S38 818











21







FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

(By County)









jMWdA RTOSA 0,KA4;;;SAWLON tiHLS" /JACKSON
22 i237 36 L.2 3 ..

5v-\2 YJ 2 50 'A )2


S33 1 i ?-. i"'
S6 it 53 i 33
2/ Ta \ i



14._ 193 ,


5233 23i
p367 .1289 .-
54 vgAi08 9"(""
Total 7,948 / *^ ~f ^...;
1 114 20 !27 6 45
"c i 1 4l
HIOT 23 10


36 65L7 2 272
L_ .BROW ARD
1V 425

35 10 05









22







FLORIDA A. & M. UNIVERSITY

(By County)











SQSAOWALIo WA/JAC.

0, 4 -"". "0

"-'o" I ,54-.w_ 4 -. 0
.-~~,12A.11
201 T 1"87


044 23 .




11 .33
72


65- 158 101

11 17
32 3 17 2i26
1
Total 2,596 ARASCO- 7 i r14
1 L -. .LARS
LE2 10 1o 26
L_ 6 L

SJ i BROWARD
1 95


285
17





23 oo




23








UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

(By County)










1 0 o ., o 0_t .j '
1 1 0i .-,.;S| 0' \ 0 8 f .T / /

0
0O jiAO 0 8N
^^ i 'v ,0 \./ -r k iA,"' ...... ^ Aci --! ^ T ,A

o 0 1 0e-1- L-- 0 ,
00 \
,_/ 9/ 0 ^ I 10 2
Jo.. o
/ 0


0 i"I \ N.1 9.
S. r. oE->

77 \ 1 -6-

" /*---i "' ,^'^' ^"" .i ,


0
Total a< -I7 16 >0 i

\;.7_2 ...0


29 1
J -ROWARD
8 1 24












-24-
1 34










-24-








PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By County)









''1A ATA SOSAR OOSA WAiTOH *40(MtS /JACK5ON \
.'6 5 1 63 1 .,325 A _-5
356 158 40 8 '1 -rr oe** ...... .. i.-.. \T-- '


7 ./ .10 17" 175 63 i i ".
S -D 10\ "1 r
10 7 102 i 2
/ p-sI-I --> -i
7 I
tL ^ Q7I -L >1


52 s K 80 ,
t < 1 G

Unclassified 87 ^20 F-L A .

Total --21,498 3582---? 4341 l44..
\i/ l 173
5.-2-" 80 "0_." .. F

S 616 1 i 18.1 37

s. r 24 66

i 198
-32 .2. 17
4J* BROWARD
14 1483


120 337









-25-







PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

(By County)










. 12 6 I .4/I TeTll c o l T AMT / [
5 -1. 3720 .12 / 2
*y- L-'"" V 9/ 47 .1


6 I 101 i 41

10 67 .. 62i


'12\


S 21'
526- 27803 '


6- o6 52 6 .48
Unclassified 2 % 12 ..r

Total 17,310

89 R.276
O1tOWARD
23 744

S 8710
46.









-26-







PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By County)











fCAMetA. TA. O K$A6OAb$QSA WLTH I OLMES /JACKSON 1

.; (0 0-- 0 00 00 -- 0 --
) /-- | '/ *X-^-JF""""/^**^^^ -or- ..... ,
-/" IJ-7-, o ,. .-


0 j i. V ,o "--" I .
0 o "s I 0 -A-U N. ,.-- a A
0 0


9 i -c \ ;;, 0

2 i .--.s



33 20


Total 1, ~477
0 10 i 1 i 2 (-.i4
6 -- 9I
2-o. 7 i o \





RnOW ARO
.PASO .







-2-







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TABLE 7
ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
Total On-Campus, College-Grade Enrollment
(By State)

Public Private Private
State U.F. F.S.U. F.A.MiU. U.S.F. JriCol. DGI Jr.Col. Total

Alabama 53 123 43 -- 99 73 28 419
Alaska 1 2 -- 1 3 2 9
Arizona 2 2 -- -- 3 1 8
Arkansas 12 13 -- 1 14 11 51
California 30 29 -- 1 2 67 8 137
Colorado 6 9 -- -- 1 11 1 28
Connecticut 35 16 1 1 17 287 21 378
Delaware 11 4 1 -- 5 36 1 58
Dist.of Col. 17 8 3 1 2 61 2 94
Florida 11,744 7,948 2,596 2,922 21,498 17,310 1,477 65,495
Georgia 161 443 60 2 36 378 13 1,093
Hawaii 3 -- 1 -- 4 -- 8
Idaho -- 2 -- -- -- i -- 3
Illinois 69 75 1 3 25 437 10 620
Indiana 47 44 -- 1 30 184 7 313
Iowa 14 24 -- 2 8 34 1 83
Kansas 2 9 -- 1 2 17 2 33
Kentucky 26 28 3 2 5 92 11 167
Louisiana 11 28 7 -- 6 35 2 89
Maine 14 8 -- 2 5 45 3 77
Maryland 28 24 -- 2 7 152 4 217
Massachusetts 43 42 -- 1 17 393 9 505
Michigan 32 29 1 1 18 170 16 267
Minnesota 3 12 -- -- 2 41 1 59
Mississippi 21 34 4 -- 8 14 2 83
Missouri 18 18 -- 1 13 72 5 127
Montana -- 7 -- -- -- 4 2 13
Nebraska 7 11 -- 1 1 4 1 25
Nevada 1 3 -- -- -- 1 2 7
New Hampshire 4 3 -- -- 8 28 1 44
New Jersey 94 59 6 8 32 885 26 1,110
New Mexico 5 6 -- -- -- 1 -- 12
New York 275 143 5 9 56 1,779 40 2,307
North Carolina 40 66 6 3 19 164 6 304
North Dakota 2 2 -- -- 1 3 -- 8
Ohio 90 87 1 3 41 376 24 622
Oklahoma 12 11 -- -- 2 18 2 45
Oregon 2 3 -- -- 1 8 1 15
Pennsylvania 104 85 2 4 37 753 13 998
Rhode Island 9 1 -- -- -- 67 5 82
South Carolina 33 55 9 -- 9 101 4 211
South Dakota -- 9 -- -- -- 8 -- 17
Tennessee 51 75 2 1 12 95 16 252
Texas 26 46 8 1 6 51 16 154

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TABLE 7 (Cont.)

Public Private Private
State U.F. F.S.U. F.A.M.U. U.S.F. Jr.Col. DGI Jr.Col. Total

Utah -- 3 -- -- 2 -- 5
Vermont 4 5 -- -- 3 18 3 33
Virginia 63 55 4 4 6 187 10 329
Washington 7 5 -- -- -- 14 -- 26
West Virginia 23 11 -- 2 9 48 3 96
Wisconsin 19 18 -- 1 6 78 3 125
Wyoming 1 2 -- -- 1 3 -- 7

Total 13,275 9,745 2,763 2,981 22,058 24,630 1,816 77,268


Canal Zone 5 3 1 -- 6 7 -- 22
Guam -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- 1
Puerto Rico 19 7 -- -- -- 60 2 88
Other Countries 333 80 4 1 47 383 14 862
Unclassified 2 -- -- -- 5 77 3 87

GRAND TOTAL 13,634 9,835 2,768 2,982 22,116 25,158 1,835 78,328





























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ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
Alaska 9 (By State)




26 f t
MON N DAK. 7
-. 13-. M- INN. J o
ORECON ID 13 S '" ---
So NO -----. i i iS. 0
15 S. I DAK 59 K. W fs.
SO- 1 1 7 .--- 125 MICH. --
wIa 1 17
26 1-.. ... 26 -1110
/ 'k
IOWA 998I -58
\ 25 i 622 .217
\AL % 7 I TA ( -- 313--,,.. -D.C. 94
SCAu\ 5 COL. NSAS MO 620 .A.

137 127T -3---- -3
S--- .-- TNN. r -304 "
Hawaii 8 iK I C.
S>N. MEX 45 ARK a52- \211
? Az I 51
-8 12 '-'.- j \ GA
"I A. \
TEXAS 83 \ -- ---S-
Florida 65,495 TEXAS 3 65,4
Other States of U.S.&D.C. 20 929 154 89
Canal Zone 22 FA'
Puerto Rico 88
Guam 1
Other Countries 862
Unclassified 87
Total 78,328





UNIVERSITY- OF -FLORIDA

Alaska 1 (By State)


Ir -

'7 N. DAK- .....\ 14
/ 7 \
MONT OAK. 1 .-14 ,
OREGOV / .....0... MINN. -,- i

0 DA 1 3I 22 5 A9
S. I .-. -- 19 MICH. 35
1 I '-S 3_
S/ / ` IOWA r---W A
/ ---- .-..L., NEBR. OHIO 10
1 \ I 1' L : IND. 90\ -
S a UT\ AH co 6-- ( 47 r^ r iD.C.
30 t\ i..19 6 KANSAS MO. ~I.-
Sl a's30i- 2 218 6
ota /1--8-- C.
--.. --TENN 0
Hawaii 3 ARIZ OKIA AR S.
1 MEX 1 12 \ i3
2 12 \ GA 33
I I 5 \.--\ MIs. I M IS. S
Florida 11,744 LkTEXAS 11 74
Other States of U.S.&D.C. 1,531 i 26
Canal Zone 5
Puerto Rico 19 .
Other Countries 333
Unclassified 2
Total 13634






FLORIDA STATE-UNIVERSITY

Alaska 2 (By State)





1 MONTH N AK.
2 ) \

3 2 i AK I 12 143
T "-1--.. O i 9 .. ... MICH. .. ,--- -


--. NE 2 OHIO
.\ r3 -- 11 *\----f 87--8 D.C.
CAuLLr \ j col


---TEN 66
I I OKIA 1 s- -
Hawaii 0 N. MEX i 11! AK 11 \ -\ 55
i I 3 \ .
13 v GA.
2 6 MSS" ALA GA

"----.r- --- ) 34 123 4.
\ ) IA I --LLA 94
Florida 7,948 46 8
Other States of U.S. & D.C. 1,797 L
Canal Zone 3
Puerto Rico 7
Other Countries 80
Total 9,835





FLORIDA A- &-M--UNIVERSITY

Alaska 0 (By State)

1YqIr I------

o I*i / c"
S/ MONT ~. D AK \
.o M 0 MC. _o
-OREGON o ...--------- --
IDAHO \r .-- I
-- o S DAK o W1 -
.. .. M.I k- O Mo .....- 1- -1
/ 7.0* / 3.
.. .. .. O A O .I ,
\" 0i D \ '
\_\ i I o i^" iN \ .1,9 /
0 UTAH 10 ------ 3-D.C.
CALI\ COLO KANSAS 1 r
i O KNSAS MO. .
p -*--. .-..... 4. ....Lo I / \
\J -s- 6
--0 --j---0 0-.O 0 N*. _C.
S'TENN
Hawaii -0 I .O- S'. C.
O MEX 9 I \ \9 _
o I o I 1 1 A
SI ---- MISS. ALA
---.Lr-- 3 60 ,5
L ? L "-, 596
Florida 2;596 ,-- 7
Other States of U.S. & D.C. 167 F
Canal Zone 1
Other Countries 4
Total 2,76*





UNIVERSITY..OF- SOUTH FLORIDA

(By State)
Alaska 0



o y,

OREGON / OMINN. 1
oID "O N. o I DAKA .\Y
S'--D DAK Hw I
WT_ o o .
0.F 9S OO "
0 KA A MVOO 0 r MCH.
--,. .--- --
SV NEBR. IOA Ho A
V i / 7 i \-- .....- i i r .IND
o UTAH I 3 A-. C.
CAF. \ I i COLO. O 4
S. KANSAS i MO. /

O h e~ "S--- . ..-1 "rC 3.
S1 i C ..-, .... -. ,/---. 3

ARI" ZMEX 0 ARK \ sC
I "- I
Hawaii -01 M \ GA
"----.Lr-^-- .... o o 2 ,.{
TEXAS L\ .0k \ -",
Florida 2,922 ) 22
Other States of U.S. & D.C. 59 0
Other Countries 1 RA
Total 2,982





PUBLIC JUNIOR-COLLEGES
Alaska 1 (By State)


WASH
AS o ---... r

L'o" ... 7 -', / .
/ MO N. DAK<" \ '
ORECON 0O. V-
i -17'
'5 COM / \ 0 !---o. MINN. *
-O' -- ---- 2 i 6s v
I.10S. DAK 56
i wo 0 6 MI-CH --
L 1 OW A 18.
1EV. 8 ILL IND3
0 UTAH \ ,,.
AI O ANSAS MO. 1., J-
2 2 ---..1 213
.t TENN. 1..--. 19
-7- ~
SARI II OKIA s. ---.
Hawaii 0 Z 2 ARK F
S" i GAI \ \
0 I MISS.
3. 6i -o--. 8 99s
TEXAS S 8 99 36
L A -- 219-
6 16
Florida 21,498 FIA.
Other States of U.S.&D.C. 560
Canal Zone 6
Other Countries 47
Unclassified 5
22,116





PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

Alaska 3 (By State)
Alaska 3


"Asti.
7 i ; "" .....- -.... ._. rc
/ '- / o { -o.. i I \ f.- ,,/

/ o, 4 N. DAK. .5 "
OEGON R V 3 MiNN
8 WIS ---- w --93
O i ; iS 41 "4 A. I 67
WYO. 8 78 MiCH 7 .
/ NEV IT -3---- 8 -885
v \ i IOW A"- 3-,A1lT'^i^
NEBR OWA .... 53 _-g
4 LL
-. I \3 8 ---I1 -J D.C.
\ 1 I oUTAH I c oo37 | l '--, .j^ "
CALI \ ) coAo
WoN \ A. 1 I KANSAS MO- .r 1--
67 \J --- -. 17 72 .J .- C
I TEN r' OKLA16
SAR I A MERI C.
Hawaii 4 18 1 01
3 "-"-- 14 GA.
--- M AMLA.1
) 378
5 A k1 310
\ 51 35
Florida 17,310
Other States of U.S.& D.C. 7,320
Canal Zone 7
Puerto Rico 60
Guam 1 -
Other Countries 383
Unclassified 77
25,158




PRIVATE J-UNIOR-COLLEGES
(By State)
Alaska 2


WAS11 :_ I*-*rA
-I #-..-
i o .7. o .. -\ .
o o .w

OREGON 2 ---- MINN.
DAHO 1 .. W. .
,S. DAK. N "
S--G ----. .. 2 I ... .. "V


NEV 7 NEBR OW OHIO 1 13


SKANSAS MO. -x-" 0- A. 1 ,
r. I o I .\ X ,
8-!----.--.L 5 -O c.
.,
Florida ,i 1 477 s
OAR OKLA s o. U.S &C
erto Rco 2 M
Hawaii 0 1- 1 .C GA.
0 m iss--- mA
'--.^......J-T--- 1 l, /28 13



Other Countries 14
Unclassified 3
1, 352a '
































FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE
ENROLLMENT






























38









FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT


Florida colleges and universities enrolled in the fall of 1961 a total of

78,328 on-campus, college-grade students. Of these students, 24,038 (30.7%)

were enrolled in college for the first time. Of the 24,038 first-time-in-

college students, 19,829 (82.5%) 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 44.


In the spring of 1961 there were 41,682 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 45. 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 46. For

the State as a whole the percentage was 47.6%. For the fall of 1960 the

corresponding percentage was 48.8%.


The maps on pages 49 through 55 show the Florida first-time-in-college

enrollment by counties for the State universities and for the other institu-

tions by type. Table 13 shows the out-of-state first-time-in-college

enrollment by state of origin for each of the State universities and for the

remaining colleges and universities by type. Totals for each state are

included in the table and are also shown on the map on page 58.


Percentage distributions by type of institutions of the first-time-in-college

enrollments are shown in the following tables:


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TABLE 8
FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
FALL 1958 FALL 1959 FALL 1960 FALL 1961


Type of Institution Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961

State Universities 33-9% 34.2% 35.2% 31.2%

Community Junior Colleges 32.7 33.5 42.9 48.5

Private Degree-Granting 28.2 27.0 18.6 16.6
Institutions

Private Junior Colleges 5.2 533 3.3 3,7
100.T 100.0o 100.0o 100.0%



TABLE 9
OUT-OF-STATE FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
FALL 1958 FALL 1959 FALL 1960 FALL 1961

Type of Institution Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961

State Universities 20.2% 18.0% 16.3% 16.6%

Community Junior Colleges 4.7 5.7 4.7 9.1

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 70.5 71.3 75.0 69.7

Private Junior Colleges 4.6 5.0 4.0 4.6
100.0o 100.0o 100.0o0 100.0o



TABLE 10
ALL FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
FALL 1958 FALL 1959 FALL 1960 FALL 1961

Type of Institution Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961

State Universities 33.9% 31.3% 31.7% 28.6%

Community Junior Colleges 28.6 28.5 35.6 41.6

Private Degree-Granting 34.4 35.0 29.3 25.9
Institutions
Private Junior Colleges 5.1 5.2 3.4 3.9
0.0 % 1Oo 100.0 100./o 100.0lo

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

the fall of 1961 who came from the 33 counties constituting junior college

attendance areas, 64% were attending community junior colleges, 21.3% were

attending the State universities, and 14.7% were attending private institu-

tions. Excluding Dade County, 73.6%0 were attending community junior colleges,

18.3% were attending the State universities, and 8.1% were attending private

institutions.

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

not included in junior college attendance areas, 32.5% were enrolled in

private institutions, 52.7% were enrolled in the State University System,

and 14.8% were enrolled in the community junior colleges.


In the fall of 1961, 68.4% of the Florida first-time-in-college students came

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

these counties had 58.6% of the 1961 public high school graduates in the State.


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

areas was 55.5% of the number of 1961 public high school graduates from the

counties in those areas, whereas the comparable figure for the remaining 34

counties was 36.3%. For the State as a whole, the first-time-in-college

students constituted 47.6% of the number of 1961 public high school graduates.














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TABLE 11

ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

First-Time-In-College Enrollment

(By County)

Public Private Private
County U.F. F.S.U. F.A.M.U. U.S.F. Jr.Col. DGI Jr.Col. Total

Alachua 153 14 12 1 46 30 -- 256
Baker 1 3 1 -- -- 3 -- 8
Bay 19 24 3 -- 281 6 -- 333
Bradford 12 1 1 -- 14 5 -- 33
Brevard 58 38 6 3 499 34 10 648
Broward 245 122 21 12 685 177 9 1,271
Calhoun 1 3 1 -- 28 1 -- 34
Charlotte 11 1 -- 3 5 4 2 26
Citrus 1 1 1 -- 24 2 -- 29
Clay 10 3 1 1 38 6 -- 59
Collier 14 8 -- 4 9 8 -- 43
Columbia 5 9 2 -- 19 9 -- 44
Dade 876 261 54 18 1,957 1,232 17 4,415
DeSoto 2 4 4 2 17 2 2 33
Dixie 2 2 -- 1 1 -- -- 6
Duval 309 178 68 5 70 558 14 1,202
Escambia 28 32 14 1 875 11 1 962
Flagler 1 -- -- -- 6 1 -- 8
Franklin 2 -- 2 -- 5 1 -- 10
Gadsden 3 30 21 -- 32 12 -- 98
Gilchrist 1 1 -- -- 2 1 5
Glades -- -- -- -- 5 1 -- 6
Gulf 2 4 2 -- 31 4 -- 43
Hamilton 3 8 3 -- 18 2 -- 34
Hardee 9 6 2 3 -- 8 4 32
Hendry 2 -- 1 1 10 6 -- 20
Hernando 4 1 2 5 -- 5 -- 17
Highlands 11 7 4 7 9 19 1 58
Hillsborough 134 86 26 828 234 229 39 1,576
Holmes -- -- 1 -- 29 -- -- 30
Indian River 16 11 7 -- 77 16 1 128
Jackson 6 3 3 -- 160 3 -- 175
Jefferson 5 6 2 -- 24 3 -- 40
Lafayette 1 -- -- -- 16 -- -- 17
Lake 30 27 11 3 45 34 24 174
Lee 34 22 -- 18 20 39 -- 133
Leon 19 195 81 1 48 5 -- 349
Levy 6 5 -- -- 34 3 -- 48
Liberty -- 2 -- 5 -- 7
Madison 3 5 4 -- 76 4 -- 92
Manatee 24 15 3 4 258 25 9 338
Marion 24 9 8 6 231 18 2 298
Martin 7 3 4 -- 29 9 -- 52


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TABLE 11 (Cont.)

Public Private Private
County U.F. F.S.U. F.A.M.U. U.S.F. Jr.Col. DGI Jr.Col. Total

Monroe 14 7 4 4 13 21 6 69
Nassau 12 6 1 2 6 14 1 42
Okaloosa 19 32 -- 1 90 4 -- 146
Okeechobee 6 2 -- -- 9 2 -- 19
Orange 203 84 11 28 27 162 445 960
Osceola 14 5 -- 2 2 6 9 38
Palm Beach 91 53 9 5 751 88 7 1,004
Pasco 2 15 -- 29 9 13 24 92
Pinellas 157 103 12 35 1,373 92 13 1,785
Polk 102 64 14 72 94 166 23 535
Putnam 9 5 8 -- 124 6 -- 152
St.Johns 15 7 8 -- 71 29 -- 130
St.Lucie 17 6 3 1 123 13 3 166
Santa Rosa 8 1 1 1 141 -- -- 152
Sarasota 57 58 4 9 195 24 4 351
Seminole 31 7 6 -- 27 22 49 142
Sumter 6 2 3 4 30 2 1 48
Suwannee 6 10 -- -- 26 8 1 51
Taylor 2 3 1 -- 82 2 1 91
Union 1 -- -- -- 4 1 -- 6
Volusia 57 24 10 4 355 81 7 538
Wakulla -- 6 1 -- 7 2 -- 16
Walton 4 8 2 -- 25 -- 39
Washington 3 2 -- -- 60 -- 65
Unclassified -- -- -- 1 1 -- 2

Total 2,930 1,660 474 1,124 9,615 3,296 730 19,829





















43






ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
First-Time-in-College-Enrollment
(By County)







C96 30
152 146i 39 ,' 175 ; -- ,,o-"- --r o-
,4- '92 \."4
.. -- \\
rr \ 1 ,B4IS *4 |
DY i 8 .


6 256 15
/ 48
S 298 9 53

29 ;48.^ 17
- i" i 90 .
m 0 \
S38
Unclassified. 2 535 6
Total 19,829 1.2
338 32 66
E- SO 58 %-.-t-6r
$ARAT- 33 /r 52



1 R TOWARD
S43 1271


oo srgo~, hJ ;W
600Q ++J.



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1961 GRADUATES OF FLORIDA
PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS

(By County)







CSTi l4 NTAMOSANAQ ;;'OOIA ;WATON MOM-iS /Jc5 9
5. 231 4921 tw15 -.6 0""M
S64- 9 15 5
a1 1 '1 '. / .- o e' t 7o i '
Q.- 30 "- -.X0 Li
-, ,12,8 .0! 677 3i8

30 6 69
S783 '. r 50 ,



I' r%4-O.

2 io 7

lTS 1O-- 1733' s 1 3I
300 V 323 73

.575 i 31 21 230
Total 41,682 i1 TO L5 2


u! R" -1609
L-.-. 41OWARD
1 2625



110 0
a726
25.b








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PERCENTAGE THAT THE NUMBER OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE STUDENTS
IS OF THE NUMBER OF 1961 GRADUATES OF FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS
(By County)









S5.8 41.1_
29.2
c >i jd;hI2 .2 i38. __28. i- 3
5 25i 3 b I ,E W A-54.4
28. ,=.. 6, oC
40853.8 i0- "*



o_ 37.8
T-P^ ^'t_2 te
,-,_ .- ........ ^ i A.
39.0
5 F -o0.__ 45 a _'-
-31n^ 5 54n H e \g -
S. 3 o.
Key:



jr,.^f 28.6
59.5 .7 3 0.8 0
25\T through 4.5





Total number of Florida First-Time-in-College Students 4C 62.4
in Florida Institutions of Higher Learnin 19,829--

Total number of 1961 Graduates of Florida Public High 39.1 48.4
Schools 41,682 a- .
Percentage that total number of Florida First-Time-in-College Su 60.8F
Students in Florida Institutions is of the total number of 1961
Graduates of Florida Public High School 47.6o 4






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TABLE 12
THE PERCENTAGE THAT FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENTS ARE
OF THE NUMBER OF HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
(By County)
Percentage No. of First-Time-In-
Number of High School First-Time-In-College College Students From County Is
County Graduates Enrollments of No. of High School Graduates
1958 1959 1960 1961 1958 1959 1960 1961 1958 1959 1960 1961

Alachua 547 563 692 677 215 201 228 256 39.3 35.7 32.9 37.8
Baker 62 79 76 73 21 8 12 8 33.9 10.1 15.8 11.0
Bay 421 482 515 564 175 187 301 333 41.6 38.8 58.4 59.0
Bradford 114 135 143 145 17 35 35 33 14.9 25.9 24.5 22.8
Brevard 372 555 716 894 161 165 706 648 43.3 29.7 98.6 72.5
Broward 1,492 1,847 2,299 2,625 603 690 1,190 1,271 40.4 37.4 51.8 48.4
Calhoun 70 82 88 121 19 21 33 34 27.1 25.6 37.5 28.1
Charlotte 28 35 55 65 9 7 18 26 32.1 20.0 32.7 40.0
Citrus 66 66 70 83 27 34 32 29 40.9 51.5 45.7 34.9
SClay 105 100 116 111 47 48 58 59 44.8 48.0 50.0 53.2
Collier 95 98 102 110 25 30 32 43 23.6 30.6 31.4 39.1
Columbia 212 200 204 217 46 36 49 44 21.7 18.0 24.0 20.3
Dade 5,130 5,792 6,545 7,267 3,165 3,129 4,015 4,415 61.7 54.0 61.0 60.8
DeSoto 84 66 89 107 27 12 22 33 32.1 18.2 24.7 30.8
Dixie 35 42 51 48 6 4 9 6 17.1 9.5 17.6 12.5
Duval 2,093 2,923 3,419 3,877 1,026 1,111 1,031 1,202 49.0 38.0 30.1 31.0
Escambia 1,134 1,182 1,373 1,552 680 708 925 962 60.0 60.0 67.4 62.0
Flagler 36 31 29 25 12 12 20 8 33.3 38.7 69.0 32.0
Franklin 47 37 55 52 14 7 7 10 29.8 18.0 12.7 19.2
Gadsden 300 287 318 346 85 81 88 98 28.3 28.2 27.7 28.3
Gilchrist 38 40 40 40 4 7 7 5 10.5 17.5 17.5 12.5
Glades 17 16 16 14 4 2 4 6 23.5 12.5 25.0 42.8
Gulf 84 72 110 106 25 28 30 43 29.8 38.9 27.3 40.6
Hamilton 64 94 110 120 29 24 25 34 45.3 25.5 22.7 28.3
Hardee 88 110 132 137 20 17 32 32 22.7 15.5 24.2 23.4
Hendry 64 75 71 73 19 21 20 20 29.7 28.0 28.2 27.4
Hernando 58 62 65 80 16 13 21 17 27.6 21.0 32.3 21.2
Highlands 189 193 206 241 44 59 43 58 23.3 30.6 20.9 24.1
Hillsborough 2,261 2,572 3,017 3,230 799 964 1,737 1,576 35.3 37.5 57.6 48.8
Holmes 123 151 133 133 10 15 30 30 8.1 9.9 22.5 22.6
Indian River 139 167 205 241 42 45 79 128 30.2 26.9 38.5 53.1





TABLE 12 (Cont.)
Percentage No. of First-Time-In-
Number of High School First-Time-In-College College Students From County Is
County Graduates Enrollments of No. of High School Graduates
1958 1959 1960 1961 1958 1959 1960 1961 1958 1959 1960 1961
Jackson 369 354 407 426 95 127 129 175 25.7 35.9 31.7 41.1
Jefferson 91 78 97 125 23 33 36 40 25.3 42.3 37.1 32.0
Lafayette 48 38 39 39 13 9 14 17 27.1 23.7 35.9 43.6
Lake 394 405 448 508 113 120 116 174 28.7 29.6 25.9 34.2
Lee 304 337 377 435 87 90 101 133 26.7 28.6 26.8 30.6
Leon 502 537 629 648 246 285 317 349 49.0 53.1 50.4 53.8
Levy 111 94 116 123 47 23 33 48 42.3 24.5 28.4 39.0
Liberty 31 28 36 30 5 5 7 7 16.1 17.6 19.4 23.3
Madison 154 151 185 183 94 81 91 92 60.0 53.6 49.2 50.3
Manatee 426 444 558 575 462 218 290 338 108.5 49.1 52.0 58.8
Marion 504 468 547 649 313 232 270 298 62.1 49.6 49.4 45.9
Martin 85 103 119 125 34 45 62 52 40.0 43.7 52.1 41.6
Monroe 201 208 221 250 45 37 48 69 22.4 17.8 21.7 27.6
Nassau 170 166 176 194 44 43 19 42 25.9 25.9 10.8 21.6
- Okaloosa 263 262 389 492 35 54 114 146 13.3 20.6 29.3 29.7
Okeechobee 39 44 46 52 15 7 13 19 38.5 15.9 28.3 36.5
Orange 1,415 1,510 1,849 2,167 611 680 777 960 43.2 45.0 42.0 44.3
Osceola 107 120 145 133 37 30 35 38 34.6 26.8 24.1 28.6
Palm Beach 1,067 1,237 1,450 1,609 725 861 944 1,004 67.9 69.6 51.8 62.4
Pasco 216 222 288 309 39 65 92 92 18.1 29.3 31.9 29.8
Pinellas 1,668 1,925 2,448 3,001 1,428 1,438 1,606 1,785 85.6 74.7 65.6 59.5
Polk 1,298 1,424 1,570 1,737 438 408 494 535 33.7 28.7 31.5 30.8
Putnam 229 276 291 322 139 130 124 152 60.7 47.1 42.6 47.2
St.Johns 203 187 207 239 108 74 111 130 53.2 39.6 53.6 54.4
St.Lucie 204 234 299 308 56 55 263 166 27.4 23.5 87.9 53.9
Santa Rosa 201 193 211 231 111 73 105 152 55.2 37.8 49.8 65.8
Sarasota 476 519 617 732 269 221 291 351 56.5 42.6 47.2 48.0
Seminole 262 259 329 392 65 83 100 142 24.8 32.0 30.4 36.2
Sumter 134 141 145 153 31 36 28 48 23.1 25.5 19.3 31.4
Suwannee 162 185 205 199 36 56 52 51 22.2 30.3 25.4 25.6
Taylor 134 126 120 147 63 37 34 91 47.0 29.4 28.3 61.9
Union 34 45 44 55 3 8 4 6 8.8 17.8 9.1 10.9
Volusia 1,001 1,235 1,240 1,324 570 461 562 538 56.9 37.3 45.3 40.6
Wakulla 52 55 76 64 12 11 24 16 56.9 37.3 45.3 25.0
Walton 147 134 148 155 23 21 31 39 15.6 15.7 20.9 25.2
Washington 128 153 164 170 25 28 40 65 19.5 18.3 24.4 38.2
Unclassified 2-- 23 -- 2 -
Total 28,398 32,051 37,296 41,682 13,852 13,929 18,216 19,829 48.8 43.5 48.3 47.6







UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT

(By County)









-5A Lm^AnOA.QSAOALOOSAt WALTON IMO C..S -/ACSON .
28 8 19 4 1. 6 .J<- 6 NASA
A- I- ,", I 0 I I_ ,. -. T, .

( (3 lN / *~~d-.-'-,_? / ;-J 3 ,\
8 .1. 19._ ... r

2 ^.2 5r)



.-_ 6 30 -.3,.-r
2/51



o1 -,- (0 Lo i
152 l ^k 7"i_ .l.[ 8






Total 2,930
'c .' -- i-- "*

Total- 2,930 4

\14

15 A 143 102 5


9 11 \A 6 17
$AAO1 2 i A
13




S JCOLL'R LNOWARD




16

S-49-
-49 -1WR1







FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)








? 32T 8o 3 .---.-,- h6 ,.---

32 j 5 8
,? 3 i C ".w ..... ., ~;i?-T-< "I" [ L .- , ,i.

2 6 i t86 9 .





-, I $v..5l-, 1 0 1
3 3 7 7








"-1 2 ..


5 53





0000 A.RO
4 122
15 5

Total 3.f6o ^. ^ *^ 0(tou so

7 15 6
at 532





8 122













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FLORIDA A. & M. UNIVERSITY

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)








['cih] A O I -T RMOS A "-"TON"
14 1 0 2 3LJ -1...........

1 0 12-
S? i. /-2 81 ( i2 / J68


XJ2 .. 1 0 v at\ o f \

--1 i 12 8 F-
1 /^ ~,- '"_.O .
17






Total 47 0
1 3 .2 -. .. 'O6 .
.--TRUS 7 '5 R--.`_A






PACCOOI ...
.' ,, ..o 1 1 Cc







12-226 1
S-i7







4 354










L.- 0
LEI o 9

-51-o



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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)








tSZ;;;.UA7VNr.OKAIOOU WALTO" |
I 1 0 0 | O* ,

<^^0 0 0 0~-4 ,T 0 5U-J
o ,. o o L .," -O .j .. l

S0 1.0.... O0 1 5


0 i .- O-

0 SA16 \ 0 1 N

o,.- 4 3 --.I
..-. ii ._ I



35-- 828 72 3.
Total 1,124

S4 3 0 T
,- i 6T0-i 7 L.-..r

ARASQOT GLAORS pA4MVEAC .
... .i

J l8(.BROWARD



18








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PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES. -.-
First-Time-In-College Enrollment

(By County)







/e -,A 176 R. -M 0 WAITO ?MOL s 14fACMON.* *
S141 !90 2.- L1o,
25 ., 6 CAL o k $ 4UVA)
P.-.I 6_ 48 l 776 .8 -/

313 ^
7 ,5 7 82 1 P9 ),ai6 \

116v"-. '12 1 wot t

34 231 VO 2
oTrw s" 355

S.-;--- .-.,,

Unclassified 1 1,L"~Uo \ 2
1,37 23 94 1499
Total 9,615


S ;i 17 29
SARA5 J 29

LEE 0 751

0BROWARD
9 685


13 1957




0


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PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)







W R oi OS oW IMES JACo N i
S 0 14 0 3-" J o'5" 5' 3". -, lI
S' 12 3/ 2 i / 7
Sr
4 _ Y ,/ I 2
i-- ( (t"A' iALACUA \ Tw
o0 .2 30 6




/ 16
Unclassified 1
I. 18 1 13



\ --"-1 -







r I MO
-54 21 -
Unclassified .1 D'2i'S Ril

Total 3,296 ^^^'^'"r ?^"^
19 \ 2 13




















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PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

First-Time-in-College Enrollment

(By County)








oKOUHOIA rAHW j0XA;OOSA 'Tot, /JAC tO "
S 0 0 L0 0
.EJACONON _

0, fo/o *- ; ,.

O0 J 0. 0-,
~ 1 iALAC.UA \.Ti -
Q'*FRA, v o o.# -_ i 0.- O-'

>/ / 0 o o
0-0



of ,"' i r
i \\\
Q.-1




Total 730 1 39 23 9 k,

\,,< - 1 i I 0t "ottt Wi

So o

2 0-


VJ.DROWARD




6 17









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TABLE 13
ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

First-Time-In-College Enrollment

(By State)

Public Private Private
State U.F. F.S.U. F.A.M.U. U.S.F. Jr.Col. DGI Jr.Col. Total

Alabama 7 33 14 -- 63 30 10 157
Alaska 1 -- -- 1 -- -- 2
Arizona -- -- -- -- -- 2 1 3
Arkansas 2 1 -- -- 1 2 6 12
California 2 3 -- 1 -- 25 4 35
Colorado 3 3 -- -- -- 7 -- 13
Connecticut 10 3 1 1 13 128 15 171
Delaware 1 -- -- -- 3 17 1 22
Dist. of Col. 4 1 1 -- 1 28 1 36
Florida 2,930 1,660 474 1,124 9,615 3,296 730 19,829
Georgia 44 104 9 1 28 144 7 337
Hawaii -- -- -- -- -- -
Idaho -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- 1
Illinois 14 15 -- 2 13 124 6 174
Indiana 5 6 -- 1 20 47 5 84
Iowa -- 1 -- 1 6 11 1 20
Kansas -- 1 -- -- 1 5 2 9
Kentucky 4 6 2 -- 2 44 5 63
Louisiana 1 3 3 -- 3 12 1 23
Maine 1 1 -- 1 3 21 2 29
Maryland 8 6 -- 1 5 59 2 81
Massachusetts 12 8 -- 1 9 142 8 180
Michigan 4 2 -- 15 54 8 83
Minnesota -- -- -- -- 15 -- 15
Mississippi 1 1 1 -- 6 7 2 18
Missouri -- -- -- 1 8 18 -- 27
Montana -- 2 -- -- -- 1 1 4
Nebraska 1 -- 1 -- 2 1 5
Nevada -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
New Hampshire -- -- -- -- 3 12 -- 15
New Jersey 28 10 1 5 18 396 15 473
New Mexico- -- -- -- -- -- -- -
New York 48 18 1 7 33 734 23 864
North Carolina 5 10 3 -- 13 43 2 76
North Dakota -- -- -- -- 1 -- -- 1
Ohio 11 19 1 2 24 134 14 205
Oklahoma -- -- -- -- 1 6 1 8
Oregon -- -- -- -- 4 1 5
Pennsylvania 29 8 -- 4 22 284 8 355
Rhode Island 1 -- -- -- -- 17 4 22
South Carolina 10 9 3 -- 6 43 2 73
South Dakota -- -- -- -- 4 -- 4


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TABLE 13 (Cont.)

Public Private Private
State U.F. F.S.U. F.A.M.U. U.S.F. Jr.Col. DGI Jr.Col. Total

Tennessee 4 5 -- 1 6 37 7 60
Texas 3 4 3 -- 2 20 5 37
Utah- -- -- -- -- -- -- -
Vermont -- 1 -- -- 2 10 3 16
Virginia 14 13 1 3 3 85 8 127
Washington 1 -- -- -- -- 6 -- 7
West Virginia 5 1 -- 1 6 10 -- 23
Wisconsin 4 1 -- -- 5 23 1 34
Wyoming -- -- -- -- -- 2 -- 2
Total 3,218 1,959 518 1,159 9,961 6,112 914 23,841

Canal Zone 1 -- -- -- 2 2 -- 5
Guam -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0
Puerto Rico 1 1 -- -- -- 19 2 23
Other Countries 23 4 1 1 29 84 8 150
Unclassified -- -- -- -- 4 14 1 19

GRAND TOTAL 3,243 1,964 519 1,160 9,996 6,231 925 24,038






























57




ALL-INSTUTUTIONS OF- HIGHER- LEARNING

First-Time-in-College Enrollment
Alaska 2 (By State)


W T'"ASH ...
II (
/ '-. I 1 I ^ ..- I-'
OREoN / <
WIS.
S 5 S AK. 1 5 ,. wls 1 1

.- 473
2 1 \ IOWA ) iw
--- NEBR. 20 o
S5 -- I "- --3 D.
t \"1 !UTAH "r ..4 84. ...S. i --!Dc

S-- \ .., C


ARz I r'
N.' MEX \ 7
Hawaii 3 \ GA.
I0 2- M. A
". 84," ,.rN

F.lor-Lr- .. ..TE ) 18 \ 5A- 3-3 --'
Florida 9,829
Other States of U.S.&D.C. 4,012 37
Canal Zone '5 F"
Puerto Rico 23 >
Other Countries 150
Unclassified 19
Total 2038

































GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S
INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING




























59







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 as far back as 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 14. Out-of-state

graduate enrollments in each of the seven graduate institutions are shown by

state in Table 15.


Graduate student enrollments in 1961 showed an 8.0% increase (4,158 to 4,489)

over the fall of 1960, as compared with a 9.2% increase the year before. 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. In the fall of 1961,

3,016 were in State universities; and 1,473 were in private institutions.

While the numbers were increased the percentages were nearly the same as for

fall 1959 and the fall 1960.


As in the fall of 1959 and the fall 1960, the bulk of graduate students

(85.9% of the total) were enrolled in three institutions in the fall of 1961.

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

students in the fall of 1959, 1,309 (31,5% of the total) in the fall of 1960,

and 1,401 (31.2% of the total) in the fall of 1961. The Florida State Uni-

versity enrolled 1,194 (31.4% of the total) in the fall of 1959, 1,335 (32.1%

60









of the total) in the fall of 1960, and 1,432 (31.9% of the total) in the

fall of 1961. In the fall of 1959, the University of Miami enrolled 971

(25.5% of the total); in the fall of 1960, 958 (23.1% of the total) were
enrolled; and in the fall of 1961, 1,021 (22.7% of the total) were in that

institution.

In the fall of 1961, Florida graduate students attending Florida institutions

increased 6.7f over the fall of 1960 (2,696 to 3,168) as compared with an

increase of 12.7% between the fall 1959 and fall 1960. Of the 3,168 Florida

graduate students enrolled in 1961, 1,704 (53.8%) were in the State univer-

sities. In the fall of 1960, 58.4%f were attending State Universities; and in

the fall of 1959, 1,544 of 2,634 (59.0%) were enrolled in State universities.
Private institutions accounted for 1,464 (46.2o) of the 3,168 Florida graduate
students in 1961; 1,235 (41.6%) in 1960; and 1,090 (41.0%) in the fall of 1959.

The University of Florida enrolled 25.1% (795) of the Florida graduate students

in the fall of 1961 as compared with 26.0% (773) in the fall of 1960, and 27%

(709) in the fall of 1959. Florida State University in the fall of 1961 en-
rolled 23.4%f (743) as compared with 24.9% (739) of the Florida graduate students

in 1960, and 24.7% (635) in 1959. The University of Miami in the fall of 1961

again enrolled more Florida graduate students than either the University of

Florida or Florida State University. In the fall of 1961 the University of

Miami enrolled 32.0% (1,014) of the Florida graduate students as compared with

30.8% (913) in the fall of 1960, and 34.0% (890) in the fall of 1961.*




*In the fall of 1961, the University of Miami rearranged the system by
which home addresses of students are reported. Thus, some slight shifts in
percentages may be attributed tothis factor.

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TABLE 14

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By County)
Total
Total Univ. Private Graduate
County U.F. F.S.U. F.A.M.U. System DGI Students

Alachua 133 4 7 144 -- 144
Baker 3 -- -- 3 -- 3
Bay 7 9 1 17 -- 17
Bradford 2 -- -- 2 -- 2
Brevard 11 7 -- 18 3 21
Broward 25 25 -- 50 89 139
Calhoun 1 1 -- 2 -- 2
Charlotte 3 2 -- 5 -- 5
Citrus 3 2 -- 5 -- 5
Clay 8 2 -- 10 -- 10
Collier 2 -- -- 2 -- 2
Columbia 4 -- 2 6 -- 6
Dade 90 46 1 137 1,005 1,142
DeSoto -- -- -- --
Dixie 1 -- -- 1 -- 1
Duval 88 26 7 121 -- 121
Escambia 10 21 1 32 -- 32
Flagler 1 -- -- 1 -- 1
Franklin -- 2 -- 2 2
Gadsden 3 13 30 46 -- 46
Gilchrist 2 -- -- 2 -- 2
Glades -- 2 -- 2 -- 2
Gulf 1 1 2 2
Hamilton 2 1 -- 3 -- 3
Hardee 2 1 -- 3 -- 3
Hendry 1 -- -- 1 -- 1
Hernando 2 3 1 6 -- 6
Highlands 9 1 -- 10 -- 10
Hillsborough 57 32 2 91 1 92
Holmes 1 2 1 4 -- 4
Indian River 3 1 -- 4 -- 4
Jackson 3 7 -- 10 -- 10
Jefferson 1 2 10 13 -- 13
Lafayette 1 2 -- 3 -- 3
Lake 11 4 -- 15 7 22
Lee 11 2 -- 13 -- 13
Leon 5 250 75 330 -- 330
Levy 5 2 -- 7 -- 7
Liberty -- 5 -- 5 -- 5
Madison 4 3 5 12 -- .12
Manatee 7 5 -- 12 -- 12
Marion 19 5 1 25 1 26
Martin 1 -- -- 1 -- 1
Monroe 5 3 -- 8 1 9


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TABLE 14 (Cont.)
Total
Total Univ. Private Graduate
County U.F. F.S.U. F.A.M.U. System DGI Students

Nassau 3 -- 3 -- 3
Okaloosa 3 121 -- 124 -- 124
Okeechobee 1 1 -- 2 -- 2
Orange 40 11 -- 51 256 307
Osceola 4 4 -- 8 -- 8
Palm Beach 17 10 -- 27 10 37
Pasco 5 -- -- 5 -- 5
Pinellas 45 38 1 84 -- 84
Polk 45 18 3 66 3 69
Putnam 13 2 3 18 1 19
St.Johns 13 2 -- 15 -- 15
St.Lucie 1 3 -- 4 1 5
Santa Rosa 2 7 -- 9 -- 9
Sarasota 14 14 -- 28 -- 28
Seminole 6 -- -- 6 13 19
Sumter 4 2 1 7 -- 7
Suwannee 3 -- 11 14 -- 14
Taylor 2 2 1 5 -- 5
Union 1 -- -- 1 -- 1
Volusia 22 8 1 31 73 104
Wakulla -- 4 1 5 -- 5
Walton 1 1 -- 2 -- 2
Washington 2 1 -- 3 -- 3
Total 795 743 166 1,704 1,464 3,168
























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GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT
IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS

(By County)









A 1A7.';AITA R0OA O WALTON IMOLMiS c
132 2 $o f,, LE
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51 5 ,. 2
J 2 UMSIA 13 *.. -

5T_ ,. i 4 -.

t1 19 AG 1

7 .J 26 0111


I.-7 22 r-...i


8 8
iS0 I~ I S
r\ ii
92
Total- 3,168 4 69

0 10 2
10 2


j 1.---. *3 7















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GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT
IN THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM

(By County)









1 0ALOOSA 'Tom
3 9 124 2 L.F: 10 k FO (*_ '.
S\ 330 --3(.) 12 .- 4
_ __ I 102,
I ..A.. 5 i 2_ 6 i

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VAUD j01C[0LA
Total- 1,704 \' A
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84-lN 92 1 69 \ i Al



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GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT
IN PRIVATE DEGREE GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

(By County)










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TABLE 15

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By State)
Total
Total Univ. Private Graduate
State U.F. F.S.U. F.A.M.U. System DGI Students

Alabama 30 38 1 69 -- 69
Alaska -- 2 -- 2 -- 2
Arizona -- 1 -- 1 -- 1
Arkansas 5 6 -- 11 -- 11
California 18 16 -- 34 -- 34
Colorado 2 2 -- 4 -- 4
Connecticut 6 5 -- 11 -- 11
Delaware 2 2 -- 4 -- 4
Dist. of Col. 6 2 -- 8 -- 8
Florida 795 743 166 1,704 1,464 3,168
Georgia 36 82 16 134 -- 134
Hawaii -- -- -- --
Idaho -- 2 -- 2 -- 2
Illinois 20 24 -- 44 -- 44
Indiana 9 13 -- 22 -- 22
Iowa 4 16 -- 20 -- 20
Kansas 1 3 -- 4 -- 4
Kentucky 9 9 18 1 19
Louisiana 5 18 -- 23 -- 23
Maine 7 4 -- 11 -- 11
Maryland 10 6 -- 16 -- 16
Massachusetts 13 12 -- 25 -- 25
Michigan 5 11 -- 16 -- 16
Minnesota 2 7 -- 9 -- 9
Mississippi 13 18 -- 31 -- 31
Missouri 7 12 -- 19 -- 19
Montana -- 5 -- 5 -- 5
Nebraska 4 5 -- 9 -- 9
Nevada 1 3 -- 4 1 5
New Hampshire 2 2 -- 4 -- 4
New Jersey 12 14 -- 26 -- 26
New Mexico 1 4 -- 5 -- 5
New York 55 43 -- 98 4 102
North Carolina 21 23 -- 44 1 45
North Dakota 1 1 -- 2 -- 2
Ohio 35 33 -- 68 -- 68
Oklahoma 6 7 -- 13 -- 13
Oregon 2 3 -- 5 -- 5
Pennsylvania 35 33 -- 68 -- 68
Rhode Island 4 -- -- 4 -- 4
South Carolina 13 31 -- 44 -- 44
South Dakota -- 9 -- 9 -- 9
Tennessee 23 35 -- 58 -- 58


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TABLE 15 (Cont.)
Total
Total Univ. Private Graduate
State U.F. F.S.U. F.A.M.U. System DGI Students

Texas 19 30 -- 49 -- 49
Utah -- 3 -- 3 -- 3
Vermont 2 3 -- 5 5
Virginia 20 14 -- 34 -- 34
Washington 4 3 -- 7 -- 7
West Virginia 8 6 -- 14 -- 14
Wisconsin 6 11 -- 17 -- 17
Wyoming 1 -- -- 1 -- 1
Total 1,280 1,375 183 2,838 1,471 4,309


Canal Zone -- 1 -- 1 -- 1
Guam -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico 4 5 -- 9 -- 9
Other Countries 117 51 -- 168 2 170
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- -

GRAND TOTAL 1,401 1,432 183 3,016 1,473 4,489






























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GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT
IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
(By State)
Alaska 2

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.L.. J--- T...S 31 _--3 -
Florida 3,1688
Other States of U.S.&D.C. 1,141 / F
Puerto Rico 9
Other Countries 170
Canal Zone 1
Total 49 ,168
Total 4,469~





GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT
IN THE STATE-.UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
Alaska 2 (By State)






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NIOWA A OIO 2 68
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Florida 1,704 49 ,-
Other State of U.S.&D.C. 1,134 y
Canal Zone 1
Puerto Rico 9
Other Countries 168
Total 3,016





GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT
IN PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS IN FLORIDA

Alaska -- 0 (By State)



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Florida 1,464 0 0
Other States of U.S.&D.C. 7 O"
Other Countries 2 ,
1,473
































TRENDS IN FLORIDA COLLEGE GRADE ENROLLMENT
FALL 1957 FALL 1961



























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TRENDS IN COLLEGE GRADE ENROLLMENT
1959 1961
Total On-Campus, College-Grade Enrollment

In the fall of 1961 there were 78,328 on-campus,college-grade students

enrolled in Florida institutions of higher learning. This represents a 14.9%

increase over the fall of 1960 when 68,172 students were enrolled, and it is

an increase of 55.2% for the period 1957 (the initial year of this reporting

series) through 1961. The average annual rate of increase for all Florida

institutions during the period was 11.8%. (Tables 16 and 17)

The State University System

The State University System shows a 7.4% increase between fall 1960 and fall

1961 with enrollments rising from 27,053 to 29,219. This percentage of increase

is slightly below the average annual increase and indicates a more normal

growth than last year when the University of South Florida in Tampa was opened

causing the rate of increase to rise to 14.1% in the State University System.


For the entire period from the fall of 1957 to the fall of 1961, enrollments

in the State University System increased 38.2%o, from 21,146 for the fall of

1957 to 29,219 for the fall of 1961 with an average annual increase of 8.3%.

Community Junior Colleges

From the fall of 1959 to the fall of 1960, enrollments in Florida's Public

Community Junior Colleges increased 43.4%, from 11,008 in the fall of 1959 to

15,790 in the fall of 1960. The greater portion of this increase was accounted

for by the opening of seven new institutions in this category (Brevard 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,


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and Lincoln Junior College at Fort Pierce) which opened fall term 1960 with

a combined enrollment of 3,325 students. In the fall of 1961 only one new

Community Junior College was opened (Jackson Junior College at Marianna); and,

yet, enrollments in these colleges rose 40.1o,from 15,790 students in the fall

of 1960 to 22,116 students in the fall of 1961. In the period between the

fall of 1957 and the fall of 1961, public community junior college enrollments

increased 258.9%.

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). In the fall of 1961, however, an

increase of 6.6% (from 25,329 fall 1960 to 26,993 fall 1961) was found.


For the period from the fall of 1957 to the fall of 1961, enrollments increased

17.5%, from 22,971 to 26,993.
























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TABLE 16

COMPARISONS OF ENROLLMENTS IN FLORIDA
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES BY SELECTIVE YEARS AND
BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

Percent- Percent- Percent- Percent-
Fall Fall age of Fall age of Fall age of Fall age of
Type 1957 1958 Increase 1959 Increase 1960 Increase 1961 Increase

State
Universities 21,146 22,569 6.7 23,713 5.1 27,053 14.1 29,219 8.0

Community
Jr. Colleges 6,169 9,614 55.8 11,008 14.5 15,790 43.4 22,116 40.1

Private Degree-
Granting Inst. 21,577 22,052 2.2 23,267 5.5 23,760 2.1 26,993 6.9

Private Junior
Colleges 1,394 1,847 32.5 2,133 15.5 1,569 -26.4 1,835 17.0


All Types 50,286 56,082 11.5 60,121 7.2 68,172 13.4 78,328 11.8





NOTE: Students enrolled in terminal programs are included in the above
figures. Where figures for prior years differ from those given
in prior enrollment reports, terminal enrollments have been
omitted from the totals in prior reports but included here.




















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TABLE 17

ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FALL 1957 FALL 1961

Total On-Campus, College Grade
Enrollment First-Time Grad- Non-
Fall State Univ. Com.Jr. Private All in College uate Florida Florida
Term System Colleges Inst. Inst. Enrollment Enroll. Students Students

1957 21,146 6,169 22,971 50,286 13,260 41,021 9,265

1958 22,569 9,614 23,899 56,082 16,232 46,378 9,704

1959 23,713 11,008 25,400 60,121 16,974 3,806 49,714 10,407

1960 27,053 15,790 25,329 68,172 22,484 4,158 56,339 11,833

1961 29,219 22,116 26,993 78,328 24,038 4,489 65,495 12,829

Increase
1961 Over
1957 38.2o 258.9% 17.5% 55.8% 81.3% 59.7V 38.5%

Average
Annual
Increase 8.3% 38.6% 4.2% 11.8% 16.6% 17.9% 12.4% 8.5%






















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Distribution of Enrollment
By Type of Institution


The results of differing rates of growth among the several types of institu-

tions are indicated in the percentage distribution of enrollments among these

categories of institutions. Beginning with the fall term 1957 through the

fall term 1959, the State University System and the private degree-granting

institutions enrolled slightly smaller percentages of the total enrollment

each year, while the community junior colleges and the private junior colleges

enrolled correspondingly larger percentages. Fall 1960 enrollments, however,

show the State University System slightly higher than fall 1959 and private

institutions lower than fall 1959. (Table 18) In the fall of 1961 the

trend was again reversed with the State universities and private degree-granting

institutions showing losses from the previous year and community junior colleges

continued gains.


The State University System

Between the fall of 1960 and the fall of 1961 there was a slight decrease

(39.7% to 37.3%) in the portion of the total enrollment in Florida institutions

of higher learning attending institutions in the State University System. In

the period from the fall of 1957 to the fall of 1961 there was a drop in the

percentage of total enrollments attending State universities from 42.0% in

the fall of 1957 to 37.3% in the fall of 1961. This drop occurred despite

the opening of a new State university in the fall of 1960. Total enrollment

figures in the State universities increased, however, from 21,146 in the fall

of 1957 to 29,219 in the fall of 1961.

Public Community Junior Colleges

The only group of institutions to have made material gains in the percentage


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of total enrollments, either for the year between the fall of 1960 and the

fall of 1961 or the reporting period of this series from fall 1957 to fall

1961, have been the public community junior colleges. The percentage of the

total enrollment attending these colleges increased 6% from the fall of 1960

to the fall of 1961.


In the period from fall 1957 to the fall of 1961, the public community junior

colleges added 15.9% of the total enrollment to the 12.3% they held in the

fall of 1957. This increase would seem to result from the opening of 18 new

community junior colleges between the fall of 1957 and the fall of 1961. The

total enrollment in community junior colleges increased from 6,169 in the fall

of 1957 to 22,116 in the fall of 1961.

Private Institutions

The greatest loss in percentage of total enrollment attending a given type of

institution was felt by private institutions where the percentage dropped from

37.1% in fall 1960 to 34.5% in fall 1961. Between the fall of 1957 and the fall

of 1961 the percentage of enrollments in private institutions dropped from 45.7%

to 34.5%. In the fall of 1961, 26,993 students were enrolled in private insti-

tutions as compared with 22,971 enrolled in this type institution in fall 1957.


TABLE 18
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF ENROLLMENTS
BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION, FALL 1957 FALL 1961

Type of Institution 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961

State Universities 42.0% 40.3% 39.5% 39.7% 37.3%
Community Junior Colleges 12.3 17.1 18.3 23.2 28.2
Private Institutions 45.7 42.6 42.2 37.1 34.5
100.0% 10 0.o0 100.0% 100.0o 100.0


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First-Time-In-College Enrollments

In the fall of 1961 the first-time-in-college enrollment for all institutions

of higher learning in Florida was 24,038 students. This is an increase of

6.9% over the 22,484 students reported in the fall of 1960 but is well below

the 32.5% increase found between the fall of 1959 and the fall of 1960. For

the period from the fall of 1957 to the fall of 1961, first-time-in-college

enrollments increased 81.3%. The average rate of annual increase for the

period was 16.6%. Table 19 compares total and first-time-in-college enroll-

ments from 1957-1961 by institution.


The State University System

In the fall of 1961, the State University System showed a decrease of first-

time-in-college enrollments of 3.2% from the fall of 1960. For the period

from fall 1957 to fall 1961 first-time-in-college enrollments in the State

University System increased 57.4% from 4,374 in the fall of 1957 to 6,886 in

the fall of 1961.

Public Community Junior Colleges

First-time-in-college enrollments in the public community junior colleges

increased by 24,8% between the fall of 1960 when they enrolled 8,011 students

and the fall of 1961 when 9,996 students were enrolled in these institutions.


For the period 1957 to 1961, first-time-in-college enrollment in community

junior colleges rose from 2,720 to 9,996, or an increase of 267.5%.


Private Institutions
The first-time-in-college enrollment in private institutions for the fall of

1961 was 7,156, or 201 less than the 7,357 reported in the fall of 1960. This


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is a decrease of 2.7% and may reflect a trend, reported by one major insti-

tution, toward a greater number of first-time-in-college students enrolling

during the summer term.


Between the fall of 1957 and the fall of 1961, first-time-in-college en-

rollment in private institutions increased from 6,166 to 7,156, or 16.0%.










































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TABLE 19
COLLEGE GRADE ENROLLMENTS 1957-1961
BY INSTITUTION



Total Enrollment First-Time-In-College
1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961
State University 21,146 22,569 23,713 27,053 29,219 4,374 5,179 5,306 7,116 6,886
System
Fla. A & M University 2,736 2,748 2,824 2,943 2,768 696 676 705 702 519
Fla. State University 7,203 7,515 8,179 9,019 9,835 1,434 1,571 1,783 2,040 1,964
University of Florida 11,207 12,306 12,710 13,100 13,634 2,244 2,932 2,818 3,002 3,243
Univ. of South Florida -- -- -- 1,991 2,982 -- -- -- 1,372 1,160
Community Jr. Colleges 6,169 9,614 11,008 15,790 22,116 2,720 4,644 4,835 7,816 9,996
H Brevard -- -- -- 726 1,248 -- -- -- 522 490
Carver -- 38 51 -- -- 38 21
Central Florida -- 316 469 453 615 -- 183 216 214 312
Chipola 579 651 416 498 709 137 175 200 252 341
Collier-Blocker -- -- 53 61 -- -- 49 31
Dade County -- 1,388 3,341 1,206 1,956
Daytona Beach -- 518 710 827 908 -- 323 247 314 306
Gibbs 236 509 635 647 604 202 322 317 356 369
Gulf Coast 181 328 410 503 661 160 118 134 220 297
Hampton -- 138 160 170 204 -- 127 78 88 108
Indian River -- 348 487 -- -- 202 185
Jackson County -- 40 40
Jr.College of Broward Co. -- 687 1,388 460 640
Lincoln -- .-- 85 119 ---- -- 56 42
Manatee 823 663 757 993 -- 502 279 338 468
North Florida -- 219 303 351 472 -- 164 117 150 203
Palm Beach 825 1,190 1,384 1,711 2,111 416 557 762 773 829
Pensacola 1,386 1,613 1,766 2,132 2,647 529 623 648 913 1,101
Roosevelt -- 75 180 181 216 -- 65 89 93 102
Rosenwald 29 53 72 73 -- 26 27 44 25
St.Johns River -- 191 324 339 540 -- 139 167 157 274








TABLE 19 (Cont.)

Total Enrollment First-Time-In-College
1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961
Com.Jr.Collr0es (Cont.)
St. Peters8rg 2,765 2,716 3,116 3,302 3,934 1,167 1,130 1,357 1,285 1,556
Suwanee -- 60 93 220 -- 44 45 71
Volusia county 115 171 239 279 -- 95 51 119 121
Washinpon 197 183 188 190 195 109 95 102 115 108

Private Institutions 22,971 23,899 25,400 25,329 26,993 6,166 6,409 6,833 7,357 7,156
Bar-y College 452 794 786 804 799 199 187 219 220 229
Bethune-Cookman College 706 677 700 679 680 164 149 167 160 182
Edward Waters College 470 634 623 698 743 220 270 201 260 234
Fla. N & I Mem.College 289 290 280 296 332 63 79 70 75 76
op Fla. Presbyterian Col. -- -- 153 259 -- -- -- 151 150
Fla. Southern College 2,544 2,278 2,267 1,836 1,985 544 555 676 667 733
Jacksonville Univ. 1,845 2,113 2,050 1,521 1,733 690 525 560 342 486
Rollins College 694 682 1,026 1,156 1,288 234 218 266 392 301
Stetson University 1,812 1,848 1,789 1,982 2,112 460 411 360 465 502
Univ. of Miami 11,459 11,822 12,627 12,735 13,179 2,738 3,071 3,239 3,385 2,813
Univ. of Tampa 1,748 1,603 1,742 1,900 2,048 397 391 382 474 525
Fla. Christian Col. 221 231 240 228 266 132 111 143 121 144
Orlando Jr. College 647 849 1,071 1,059 1,228 288 400 427 480 588
St. Leo College -- 115 193 261 -- 66 114 135
Webber College 84 78 84 89 80 37 42 57 51 58

All Institutions 50,286 56,082 60,121 68,172 78,328 13,260 16,232 16,974 22,289 24,038