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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover
    Title Page
        Page i
    The Board of Control
        Page ii
    Preface
        Page iii
    List of symbols and abbreviations
        Page iv
    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
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    Principal findings in enrollments, fall 1962
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    Dirstribution of total college-grade enrollment in all institutions of higher learning in Florida
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E ENROLLMENT
In Florida Institutions
of Higher Learning






FALL 1962

Board of Control, Tallahassee

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ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

FALL 1962




















April 10, 1963

Board of Control

Tallahassee, Florida













p Y LIBRARY
of FLA. HISTORY

















THE BOARD OF CONTROL


BAYA M. HARRISON, JR.
Chairman
St. Petersburg


FRANK M. BUCHANAN
Miami


CHARLES R. FORMAN, D.V.M.
Ft. Lauderdale


GERT H. W. SCHMIDT
Jacksonville


JOHN C. PACE
Pensacola


WAYNE C. McCALL, D.D.S.
Ocala


CHESTER E. WHITTLE
Orlando





J. B. CULPEPPER
Executive Director
Tallahassee














PREFACE


This report of the fall 1962 enrollment in the institutions of

higher learning in Florida is the sixth annual report prepared with the

cooperation of both the public and private colleges and universities of

the State.


The report has been developed in a manner so that the data are

comparable among the institutions since 1957 when the series was ini-

tiated. The last section of the report summarizes the data over a five-

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 Divi-

sion of the State Department of Education for their assistance in the

collection of data for this report.


John W. Sutton

Research and Reports Officer



















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LIST OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS


The following symbols and abbreviations are used throughout this report:


A & M Agricultural and Mechanical

DC District of Columbia

DGI Degree-Granting Institutions

FAMU Florida Agricultural and Mechanical
University

FICUS Florida Institute for Continuing
University Studies

FSU Florida State University

JC Junior College

Priv. Private

Pub. Public

U University

UF University of Florida

USF University of South Florida






















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LOCATIONS OF FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING









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State University System -- 49 .
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Florida Institute for Continuing r 36
University Studies (Center) 13 *-. I., 4 41 6 l--6
1. Florida A S M University 30 47
2 Florida State University 40' 'M. M 1
3 University of Florida 23 I.
4 University of South Florida "
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Public Community Junior Colleges a"' "

5 Brevard Junior College 25
6 Carver Junior College 2 L. 2.7..
7 Central Florida Junior College .J L-.".R
8 Chipola Junior College 19
9 Collier-Blocker Junior College
10 Dade County Junior College Ta 34 10
11 Daytona Beach Junior College 38 45
12 Edison Junior College
13 Gibbs Junior College
14 Gulf Coast Junior College
15 Hampton Junior College
16 Indian River Junior College ,'
17 Jackson Junior College
18 Johnson Junior College o


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Public Community Junior Colleges (continued)

19 Junior College Of Broward County
20 Lake City Junior College and Forest Ranger School
21 Lake Sumter Junior College
22 Lincoln Junior College
23 Manatee Junior College
24 North Florida Junior College
25 Palm Beach Junior College
26 Pensacola Junior College
27 Roosevelt Junior College
28 Rosenwald Junior College
29 St. Johns River Junior College
30 St. Petersburg Junior College
31 Suwannee River Junior College
32 Volusia County Community Junior College
33 Washington Junior College

Private Degree-Granting Institutions

34 Barry College
35 Bethune-Cookman College
36 Brevard Engineering College
37 Edward Waters College
38 Embry Riddle Aeronautical Institute
39 Florida Normal and Industrial Memorial College
40 Florida Presbyterian College
41 Florida Southern College
42 Jacksonville University
43 Rollins College
44 Stetson University
45 University of Miami
46 University of Tampa
47 Webber College

Private Junior Colleges

48 Florida Christian College
49 Orlando Junior College
50 St. Leo College













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CONTENTS


Page

PREFACE . . . . . . . iii


LIST OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS . . . iv


PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENTS, FALL 1962 . . 1


DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL COLLEGE-GRADE
ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF
HIGHER LEARNING IN FLORIDA . . . . 6


DENSITY OF COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION . . . 23


FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT. . . . 47


GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT . . ... . 75


TRENDS IN COLLEGE-GRADE ENROLLMENT
1957-1962 .. . . . . 88






















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TABLES


Table Number Page

1 Enrollment in All Institutions of Higher Learning . 5

2 Enrollment in All Institutions of Higher Learning
(by Type and Sex) . . . . .. 9

3 Florida Enrollment . . . 16

4 Out-of-State Enrollment . . ...... 16

5 All Enrollments . . . ... . 17

6 Total College-Grade Enrollment of Florida Students,
by County . . . . . 18

7 Total College-Grade Enrollment, All Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning . . . .. 36

8 First-Time-In-College Enrollment of Florida
Students . . . . . . 50

9 First-Time-In-College Enrollment of Out-of-State
Students . . . . .. 50

10 First-Time-In-College Enrollment, All Students . 51

11 First-Time-In-College Enrollment of Florida
Students, by County . . . 52

12 Number of Students Graduated from Florida
Public High Schools (by County) . 56

13 First-Time-In-College Enrollment of Florida
Students in Florida Institutions of
Higher Learning (by County) . . . 59

14 Per Cent Number of First-Time-In-College
Students Is of Number of Students
Graduated from High School. (by County) . . .. 68

15 First-Time-In-College Enrollment in All
Florida Institutions of Higher Learning
(by State) . . . . 71









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TABLES (Continued)


Table Number Page

16 Enrollment of Florida Graduate Students in
Florida Institutions of Higher Learning
(by County) . . . . . 78

17 Graduate Student Enrollment in Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning (by State) . .. 83

18 Comparisons of On-Campus Enrollments in
Florida Colleges and Universities by Type
of Institution and by Year Since and
Including 1957 . .. ... . 93

19 Enrollments in Florida Institutions of Higher
Learning, Fall 1957-Fall 1962 . . . 94

20 Percentage Distribution of On-Campus Enrollments
by Type of Institution,
Fall 1957-Fall 1962 . . . . 95

21 First-Time-In-College Enrollments, 1957-1961,
by Institution . . .. . 96

22 College Grade Enrollments, 1957-1962,
by Institution . .. .. .. .. . 98

























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MAPS




Page

Locations of Florida Institutions of Higher
Learning . . . . .. .. . v

Enrollment in all Institutions of Higher
Learning (by County) . . . .... 21

Percentage of Florida Students in Florida
Colleges and Universities (by County) . . . 22

Density of College Student Population
(by County) . . . . .. . 27

Enrollment of Florida Students in the
Florida Institute for Continuing
University Studies (by County) . .. . 28

Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida
A & M University (by County) . . .. 29

Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida
State University (by County). . . . 30

Enrollment of Florida Students in the
University of Florida (by County) . . . 31

Enrollment of Florida Students in the
University of South Florida (by County) . . .. 32

Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida
Public Junior Colleges (by County) ..... . 33

Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida
Private Degree-Granting Institutions
(by County) . . .. . . 34

Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida
Private Junior Colleges (by County) . .... ..35

Enrollment in Florida Institutions of Higher
Learning (by State) . . . . ... ... 39








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MAPS (Continued)

Page

Enrollment in Florida A & M University
(by State) . . . . . 40

Enrollment in Florida State University
(by State) . . . . .. . 41

Enrollment in the University of Florida
(by State) . . . . . .. 42

Enrollment in the University of South
Florida (by State) . . . .... 43

Enrollment in Florida Public Junior
Colleges (by State) . . . . 44

Enrollment in Florida Private Degree-
Granting Institutions
(by State) . . . . .. . 45

Enrollment in Florida Private Junior
Colleges (by State) . . . .. . 46

First-Time-In-College Enrollment of
Florida Students in All Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning
(by County) . . . ... . 55

1962 Graduates of Florida Public High Schools
(by County) . . . . ...... 58

First-Time-In-College Enrollment of
Florida Students in Florida A & M
University (by County) . . . ... 61

First-Time-In-College Enrollment of
Florida Students in Florida State
University (by County) . . . . 62

First-Time-In-College Enrollment of
Florida Students in the University
of Florida (by County) . . . . 63







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MAPS (Continued)


Page

First-Time-In-College Enrollment of
Florida Students in the University
of South Florida (by County) . . . . 64

First-Time-In-College Enrollment of
Florida Students in Florida
Public Junior Colleges
(by County) . .. . ... ....... 65

First-Time-In-College Enrollment of
Florida Students in Florida
Private Degree-Granting Institutions
(by County) ..... .. . .. .. 66

First-Time-In-College Enrollment of
Florida Students in Florida
Private Junior Colleges
(by County) . . . . .. . 67

Percentage That the Number of Florida
First-Time-In-College Students Is
of the Number of 1962 Graduates of
Florida Public High Schools . . . 70

First-Time-In-College Enrollment in
All Florida Institutions of Higher
Learning (by State) . .. .. . ... 74

Enrollment of Florida Graduate Students
in Florida Institutions of Higher
Learning (by County) . . . .... 80

Enrollment of Florida Graduate Students
in the State University System
(by County) .... .. . .. .. .. . . 81

Enrollment of Florida Graduate Students
in Florida Private Degree-Granting
Institutions (by county) 82







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MAPS (Continued)


Page

Graduate Student Enrollment in
Florida Institutions of Higher
Learning (by State) . . . .. . 85

Graduate Student Enrollment in the
State University System (by State) . . ... 86

Graduate Student Enrollment in Florida
Private Degree-Granting Institutions
(by State) . . . . ... . .. 87








































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PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENTS

FALL 1962

































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PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENT

FALL 1962


At the opening of the 1962-63 college year there were 92,899 college-

grade students enrolled in 51 institutions of higher learning in Florida. This

was 9,316 (11.1%) more than the 83,583 students who were enrolled one year earlier.

The on-campus enrollment in the fall of 1962 was 87,923, an increase of 9,595

(12.2%) over the fall 1961 on-campus enrollment of 78,328. The off-campus enroll-

ment dropped from 5,255 in the fall of 1961 to 4,967 (a drop of 5.5%).


Public Institutions.There were 64,124 students (69.0% of the total) enroll-

ed in Florida's 34 public institutions of higher learning. Of these, 34,768 (37.4%)

were registered in components of the State University System. The on-campus enroll-

ment in the four universities was 30,675 (33.0% of the total college-level enroll-

ment of Florida). All of the off-campus students in the State University System

were enrolled in the Florida Institute for Continuing University Studies.


The enrollments in the State University System institutions were: Florida

Institute for Continuing University Studies 4,093; Florida Agricultural and Mechan-

ical University 2,794; Florida State University 10,391; University of Florida -

13,826; University of South Florida 3,664.


Florida's 29 public junior colleges opened the 1962 fall semester with

29,356 on-campus college credit students. This represented 31.6% of the 92,899

students in Florida institutions and 35.1% of the on-campus enrollment.


Private Institutions. The 17 private institutions of higher learning in

Florida enrolled 28,775 students (31.0% of the 92,899 students enrolled in Florida

institutions). The off-campus enrollment of the private institutions was 883.


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There were 1,922 students enrolled in the 3 private junior colleges of Florida.


Composition of Enrollment. Of the 92,899 college students in Florida,

25,373 (27.3%) were in college for the first time. The graduate student enroll-

ment was 5,698 (6.1% of the total).


There were 78,561 residents of Florida enrolled in Florida institutions

of higher learning. These represented 84.6% of the total enrollment. The on-

campus enrollment of Florida residents was 74,468. The enrollment of students

from the other states and territories and from foreign countries totaled 13,528

(14.6%). Of the latter, 13,455 were on campus. This is an increase of 4.9% over

the 12,829 out-of-state students who were in residence on Florida campuses in the

fall of 1961.1 (There were 810 students reported whose residence was listed as

"Unclassified.")


Distribution of Florida Students. Thirteen counties provided 80.1%

(62,907) of the Florida students (Dade 17,521; Pinellas 6,861; Hillsborough -

5,794; Duval 5,011; Broward 4,705; Palm Beach 4,309; Orange 4,106; Brevard -

3,277; Escambia 3,212; Volusia 2,566; Leon 2,063; Polk 1,965; Alachua -

1,517).


The eight counties of the Tampa Bay area contributed 25.5% (17,718) of

the total number of Florida students (Pasco, Pinellas, Hillsborough, Manatee, Sara-

sota, Polk, Hardee and DeSoto). Dade County was the residence county of 22.3%

(17,521) of the Florida students, and 33.8% (26,535) were from the three counties

(Dade, Broward and Palm Beach) on the lower east coast.



The estimated number of Florida students who were enrolled in out-of-state

colleges and universities in the fall of 1961 was 18,990. No figure was avail-

able for the fall 1962 out-migration at the time of publication.


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Number of Institutions. The enrollment study of 19612 reported the en-

rollments of forty-four institutions of higher learning in Florida. The present

study includes fifty-one institutions. Five of these (Florida Institute for Con-

tinuing University Studies 4,093 students; Edison Junior College 498 students;

Johnson Junior College 189 students; Lake City Junior College and Forest Ranger

School 375 students; Lake Sumter Junior College 280 students) were new insti-

tutions. Two (Brevard Engineering College 695 students and Embry Riddle Aer-

onautical Institute 204 students) are reported upon for the first time.


These additional institutions together had an enrollment of 6,334 students

(6.8% of the total). The 4,093 students of the Florida Institute for Continuing

University Studies are reported as "off-campus."


Webber College offers a bachelor's degree to students who have had two

years of acceptable college credit before their enrolling there. For this reason

Webber is now listed as a private degree-granting institution instead of as a jun-

ior college. This change reduces the number of private junior colleges to three.



















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Enrollment In Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning Fall 1961. Board of

Control. Tallahassee, 1962.



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TABLE 1

ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING


On-Campus Enrollment1 urr-uampus Total
Enrollment Enroll-
Institution First-Time2 Graduate3 Terminal4 Total on- College Ggade Graduate ment
Florida Non-Florida in College Programs Programs Campus Courses Programs
State U.
System 26,326 4,349 5,998 3,349 45 30,675 4,093 3,423 34,768

FICUS 4,093 3,423 4,093

FAMU 2,602 192 466 246 45 2,794 2,794

FSU 8,357 2,034 1,995 1,577 10,391 10,391

UF 11,794 2,032 2,478 1,526 13,826 13,826

USF 3,573 91 1,059 3,664 3,664

Pub. JC 28,444 912 12,871 3,477 29,356 29,356

Priv. DGI 18,052 7,918 5,523 2,349 157 25,970 883 26,853

Priv. JC 1,646 276 981 219 1,922 1,922

TOTAL 74,468 13,455 25,373 5,698 3,898 87,923 4,976 3,423 92,899

Includes all students in one or more courses for credit which are given on campus.
3Includes all students who have not been enrolled in any other college or university.
Includes all students enrolled in graduate programs, except that law and medical students are not included.
4Includes all students who are enrolled in terminal or technical programs.
Includes students enrolled in courses for credit which are given off-campus, except students in correspondence
courses and contract programs. All FICUS students are considered as part of off-campus enrollment.

































DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL 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


In table 2 are shown, by sex, the total on-campus enrollments, the

numbers of first-time-in-college students, the numbers enrolled in college-

grade off-campus courses, and the numbers of terminal students in all of

Florida's institutions of higher learning. Men composed sixty per cent of the

total on-campus enrollment, and 57.4% of the off-campus enrollment. Of the

total enrollment of 92,899, there were 55,612 men (59.9%) and 37, 287 (40.1%)

women.


There were 61,621 students enrolled in the eighteen degree-granting

institutions and FICUS (56,645 on campus and 4,976 off campus). Fifty-six

and four tenths per cent of these students (34,768) were enrolled in components

of the State University System (30,675 on campus in the four state universi-

ties and 4,093 in FICUS classified as off-campus). Forty-three and six

tenths per cent of the students of degree-granting institutions were enrolled

in the 14 private degree-granting colleges and universities (25,970 on campus

and 883 off campus),


Junior colleges enrolled 31,278 students, all of whom were on campus.

Ninety-three and nine tenths per cent of these students (29,356) were in public

junior colleges and 6.1% (1,922) were in private junior colleges.


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 shows the distribution of the 78,561 Florida students by county


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among the individual institutions of the State University System and among

the other colleges and universities 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 21. The enroll-

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

page 22.


The density of the Florida college student population is discussed on

pages 24 through 26 and is shown by county on the map on page 27.


The maps on pages 28 through 35 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 39 through 46 show the same kind of informa-

tion by state of origin of the students.









TABLE 2

ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

FALL 1962

(By Type and Sex)

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

Fla. Inst. for Cont. U. Studies
Men* 0 0 2,071 0
Women* 0 0 2,022 0
Total 0 0 4,093 0

Florida A 6 M University
Men 1,288 235 0 45
Women 1,506 231 0 0
Total 2,794 466 0 45

Florida State University
Men 5,548 893 0 0
Women 4,843 1,102 0 0
Total 10,391 1,995 0 0

University of Florida
Men 9,732 1,568 0 0
Women 4,094 910 0 0
Total 13,826 2,478 0 0

University of South Florida
Men 2,093 571 0 0
Women 1,571 488 0 0
Total 3,664 1,059 0 0

Total University System
Men 18,661 3,267 2,071 45
Women 12,014 2,731 2,022 0
Total 30,675 5,998 4,093 45


PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

Brevard Junior College
Men 1,167 421 0 262
Women 580 261 0 151
Total 1,747 682 0 413

Carver Junior College
Men 22 12 0 0
Women 30 20 0 1
Total 52 32 0 1


Estimate
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TABLE 2 (Continued)

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

Central Florida Junior College
Men 468 205 0 65
Women 223 122 0 30
Total 691 327 0 95

Chipola Junior College
Men 459 192 0 35
Women 267 118 0 31
Total 726 310 0 66

Collier-Blocker Junior College
Men 37 26 0 0
Women 51 33 0 0
Total 88 59 0 0

Dade County Junior College
Men 3,550 1,568 0 543
Women 2,186 1,142 0 507
Total 5,736 2,710 0 1,050

Daytona Beach Junior College
Men 694 281 0 71
Women 562 231 0 79
Total 1,256 512 0 150

Edison Junior College
Men 239 184 0 0
Women 259 137 0 0
Total 498 321 0 0

Gibbs Junior College
Men 240 146 0 6
Women 403 238 0 39
Total 643 384 0 45

Gulf Coast Junior College
Men 471 205 0 57
Women 251 100 0 35
Total 722 305 0 92

Hampton Junior College
Men 88 46 0 1
Women 143 84 0 18
Total 231 130 0 19

Indian River Junior College
Men 239 105 0 16
Women 192 73 0 0
Total 431 178 0 16

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TABLE 2 (Continued)

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

Jackson Junior College
Men 31 11 0 0
Women 37 25 0 0
Total 68 36 0 0

Johnson Junior College
Men 59 40 0 2
Women 130 65 0 13
Total 189 105 0 15

Junior College of Broward County
Men 1,167 449 0 0
Women 772 316 0 0
Total 1,939 765 0 0

Lake City Junior College and
Forest Ranger School
Men 236 153 0 62
Women 139 91 0 12
Total 375 244 0 74

Lake Sumter Junior College
Men 143 91 0 31
Women 137 63 0 36
Total 280 154 0 67

Lincoln Junior College
Men 39 22 0 3
Women 57 19 0 1
Total 96 41 0 4

Manatee Junior College
Men 725 277 0 96
Women 531 150 0 81
Total 1,256 427 0 177

North Florida Junior College
Men 261 105 0 22
Women 161 77 0 32
Total 422 182 0 54

Palm Beach Junior College
Men 1,502 532 0 144
Women 1,174 455 0 212
Total 2,676 987 0 356

Pensacola Junior College
Men 1,908 734 0 100
Women 952 448 0 84
Total 2,860 1,182 0 184

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TABLE 2 (Continued)

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

Roosevelt Junior College
Men 68 30 0 3
Women 163 72 0 6
Total 231 102 0 9

Rosenwald Junior College
Men 30 16 0 0
Women 49 23 0 0
Total 79 39 0 0

St. Johns River Junior College
Men 403 211 0 10
Women 294 132 0 20
Total 697 343 0 30

St. Petersburg Junior College
Men 2,820 1,177 0 177
Women 1,843 847 0 326
Total 4,663 2,024 0 503

Suwannee River Junior College
Men 42 19 0 0
Women 131 39 0 14
Total 173 58 0 14

Volusia County Community Jr. College
Men 129 37 0 23
Women 209 75 0 20
Total 338 112 0 43

Washington Junior College
Men 73 48 0 0
Women 120 72 0 0
Total 193 120 0 0

Total, Public Junior Colleges
Men 17,310; 7,343 0 1,729
Women 12,046 5,528 0 1,748
Total 29,356 12,871 0 3,477


PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

Barry College
Men 73 0 0 0
Women 745 216 0 0
Total 818 216 0 0




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TABLE 2 (Continued)

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

Bethune-Cookman College
Men 273 86 0 0
Women 447 98 0 0
Total 720 184 0 0

Brevard Engineering College
Men 675 101 0 0
Women 20 4 0 0
Total 695 105 0 0

Edward Waters College
Men 309 95 0 0
Women 489 148 0 20
Total 798 243 0 20

Embry Riddle Aeronautical
Institute
Men 203 70 0 79
Women 1 1 0 0
Total 204 71 0 79

Florida Normal and Industrial
Memorial College
Men 99 61 0 0
Women 242 26 0 0
Total 341 87 0 0

Florida Presbyterian College
Men 226 127 0 0
Women 233 123 0 0
Total 459 250 0 0

Florida Southern College
Men 1,033 397 65 0
Women 933 350 0 0
Total 1,966 747 65 0

Jacksonville University
Men 1,375 337 0 0
Women 730 226 0 58
Total 2,105 563 0 58

Rollins College
Men 1,068 274 298 0
Women 574 154 73 0
Total 1,642 428 371 0


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TABLE 2 (Continued)


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

Stetson University
Men 1,161 206 0 0
Women 935 224 0 0
Total 2,096 430 0 0

University of Miami
Men 7,743 968 0 0
Women 4,310 692 0 0
Total 12,053 1,660 0 0

University of Tampa
Men 1,285 280 422 0
Women 694 209 25 0
Total 1,979 489 447 0

Webber College
Men 0 0 0 0
Women 94 50 0 0
Total 94 50 0 0

Total, Private Degree-
Granting Institutions
Men 15,523 3,002 785 79
Women 10,447 2,521 98 78
Total 25,970 5,523 883 157


PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

Florida Christian College
Men 166 76 0 6
Women 102 51 0 0
Total 268 127 0 6

Orlando Junior College
Men 866 366 0 47
Women 465 272 0 166
Total 1,331 638 0 213

St. Leo College
Men 230 146 0 0
Women 93 70 0 0
Total 323 216 0 0

Total, Private Junior Colleges
Men 1,262 588 0 53
Women 660 393 0 166
Total 1,922 981 0 219


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TABLE 2 (Continued)

TOTAL, DEGREE-GRANTING On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
INSTITUTIONS Enrollment Students Off-Campus Students

Men 34,184 6,269 2,856 124
Women 22,461 5,252 2,120 78
Total 56,645 11,521 4,976 202


TOTAL, JUNIOR COLLEGES

Men 18,572 7,931 0 1,782
Women 12,706 5,921 0 1,914
Total 31,278 13,852 0 3,696


TOTAL, ALL INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING

Men 52,756 14,200 2,856 1,906
Women 35,167 11,173 2,120 1,992
Total 87,923 25,373 4,976 3,898

































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TABLE 3

FLORIDA ENROLLMENT


Type of Institution Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961 Fall 1962

State University System 43.3% 40.8% 41.5% 38.5% 38.7%

Public Junior Colleges 18.6 21.5 27.4 32.8 36.2

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 34.6 33.9 28.8 26.4 23.0

Private Junior Colleges 3.5 3.8 2.3 2.3 2.1


100.0% 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 Fall 1962

State University System 31.5% 32.9% 31.3% 31.2% 32.3%

Public Junior Colleges 2.0 3.0 2.9 4.8 6.9

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 64.1 61.7 63.5 61.2 58.8

Private Junior Colleges 2.4 2.4 2.3 2.8 2.0


100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%






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TABLE 5

tALL ENROLLMENTS


Type of Institution Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961 Fall 1962

State University System 40.3% 39.5% 39.7% 37.3% 37.4%

Public Junior Colleges 17.1 18.3 23.2 23.2 31.6

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 39.3 33.7 34.8 32.2 28.9

Private Junior Colleges 3.3 3.5 2.3 2.3 2.1


100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%






TABLE 6

TOTAL COLLEGE-GRADE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS, BY COUNTY


County FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
System JC DGI JC

Alachua 43 42 62 1,046 7 1,200 195 116 6 1,517
Baker -- 1 7 13 -- 21 24 6 -- 51
Bay 81 43 161 62 4 351 726 34 -- 1,111
Bradford -- 3 12 57 1 73 25 32 -- 130
Brevard 228 23 145 261 14 671 1,766 825 15 3,277
Broward 385 98 451 854 30 1,818 2,108 773 6 4,705
Calhoun -- 4 24 8 -- 36 62 1 -- 99
Charlotte -- 1 7 22 10 40 34 19 3 96
Citrus -- 5 8 34 2 49 51 7 1 108
Clay 17 3 18 47 1 86 96 40 1 223
H Collier -- 1 24 42 11 70 40 29 -- 155
> Columbia 21 9 50 43 1 124 226 20 -- 370
Dade 72 265 1,007 2,320 89 3,833 5,526 8,138 24 17,521
DeSoto -- 6 18 16 4 44 19 19 7 89
Dixie -- 1 5 9 1 16 7 6 -- 29
Duval 570 314 650 1,107 25 2,666 292 2,031 22 5,011
Escambia 267 116 229 170 3 705 2,369 54 4 3,212
Flagler --- 7 16 -- 23 24 9 56
Franklin 25 11 15 2 -- 53 13 2 -- 60
Gadsden 31 128 150 19 -- 328 60 30 -- 426
Gilchrist -- -- 3 13 -- 16 22 4 1 43
Glades -- 1 1 3 -- 5 4 3 -- 12
Gulf -- 21 22 10 -- 53 54 6 -- 113
Hamilton -- 10 21 17 -- 40 41 13 -- 102
Hardee -- 4 19 34 12 69 2 19 1 91
Hendry -- 7 5 19 2 33 24 15 -- 72
Hernando -- 7 15 18 9 49 12 13 12 86
Highlands -- 13 28 46 15 102 16 47 -- 165
Hillsborough 312 164 408 658 2,395 3,937 551 1,211 95 5,794







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TABLE 6 (Continued)


County FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
System .JC DGI JC

Holmes -- 4 21 13 -- 38 65 4 -- 107
Indian River 108 13 35 66 4 226 124 41 4 395
Jackson 15 30 97 47 1 190 319 24 1 534
Jefferson -- 30 31 9 -- 70 115 6 -- 191
Lafayette -- 1 8 8 -- 17 27 2 -- 46
Lake 46 23 85 155 31 340 469 120 21 950
Lee 60 16 80 116 45 317 438 104 3 862
Leon 2 464 1,384 92 3 1,945 88 30 -- 2,063
Levy -- 2 28 47 -- 77 48 11 -- 136
Liberty -- 4 7 3 -- 14 4 -- -- 18
Madison -- 46 50 24 -- 120 183 16 -- 319
Manatee 82 25 135 142 36 420 714 63 4 1,201
Marion 58 46 86 222 5 417 495 57 5 974
Martin -- 10 9 47 1 67 63 14 4 148
Monroe 19 16 28 78 15 156 30 56 2 244
Nassau 30 9 22 24 -- 85 14 44 -- 143
Okaloosa -- 7 212 80 1 300 195 12 -- 507
Okeechobee -- 3 5 10 -- 18 26 5 -- 49
Orange 460 73 334 686 68 1,621 73 1,301 1,111 4,106
Osceola -- 1 19 38 9 67 2 23 22 114
Palm Beach 463 108 333 520 17 1,441 2,564 294 10 4,309
Pasco -- 9 38 46 101 194 30 30 124 378
Pinellas 309 70 612 878 301 2,170 4,175 506 10 6,861
Polk 47 84 296 392 210 1,029 195 715 26 1,965
Putnam -- 27 37 78 3 145 351 38 2 536
St. Johns -- 12 36 77 -- 125 170 79 2 376
St. Lucie -- 26 54 79 3 162 332 53 1 548
Santa Rosa -- 9 30 32 1 72 357 4 -- 433
Sarasota 220 11 204 244 50 729 496 108 3 1,336
Seminole -- 24 48 95 8 175 52 96 86 409
Sumter -- 11 11 27 7 56 86 10 1 153





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TABLE 6 (Continued)


County FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
System JC DGI JC

Suwannee 42 14 48 41 -- 145 81 18 -- 244
Taylor -- 12 40 21 -- 73 86 10 -- 169
Union -- -- 2 18 -- 20 20 4 -- 44
Volusia 63 38 150 338 16 605 1,350 605 6 2,566
Wakulla -- 10 27 6 -- 43 6 3 -- 52
Walton 17 9 28 21 -- 75 45 6 126
Washington -- 4 35 8 1 48 124 2 174
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- -- 35 8 -- 43

Total 4,093 2,602 8,357 11,794 3,573 30,419 28,444 18,052 1,646 78,561
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ENROLLMENT IN
ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By County)






S A W Z. TO wMt TJACKSON
.21i 43 I 19.7.}- 534 ,"--
' i507 '71" T" 4.
SA 507 126 (mr ...IJ; 6""--')-;;a" 4 -
S-- i 174- / Q 5,011

*, o SJr/ / i /.. ... ." ..(?I, \
P:- 9 9 0.1I-

13 ,. -A 376
F 2 1_43 1,517 5536 i

136 974 v
-- -* 566
108' i950f 7o3V

_L.-S6 ^ l _,o106 e\\H
uv\ to3 i --i

378_ '
3 1,965 '<14 V"1-S3,277
6,861^ s A
Ali.
-' i Kts -"-I .,*, -.--~r


Unclassified 43 .... > \
LEE .... 72
Total 78,561 % 62 }r-mlcv 4-309
SBROWARD
S4,705
15

T17,521









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PERCENTAGE OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES


(By County)





4. .6 .6 .2 .
I .]-, L"--\ .... -il ,^to, ...... 6.4
.1 it 'RAD7-- 6) 4
I.- 02 \ _./.. ,1 .. ...
.A 2.

,05 "A,' ... '---.-> -.-.i \
..4 .2
*



....L .a, r2 ,-
.1.. \7



1 ,. .2 2 06 I"
,ae e d in al i 45.








leges and universities. Of this total BAOWARD

43 (.05%) have not been classified by ,.0
county although they are Florida stu- 2 ,
dents. .....4 o
22M..3 22.3
222 L

















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DENSITY OF COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION



































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DENSITY OF COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION


In the fall of 1958 the density of the Florida college student pop-

ulation in Florida institutions of higher learning ranged from 2 students per

100 square miles in Glades County to 1,435 students per 100 square miles in

Pinellas County. There were 83 students per 100 square miles for the State as

a whole.


In the fall of 1959 the range of student density was from 2 per 100

square miles in Glades County to 1,735 per 100 square miles 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 was determined that the change was due to a decrease

in part-time students in evening classes at Manatee Junior College.


The range for the fall of 1960 was from 2 per 100 square miles in Glades

County to 1,949 per 100 square miles in Pinellas County, and for 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 significance occurred 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 changes occurring in all but Escambia County were

attributed, at least in part, to the openings of new institutions in these counties.


In the fall of 1961 Pinellas County repeated as the county with the


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greatest number of students per 100 square miles (2,181), while Glades County

remained at the other end of the range with 2 students per 100 square miles.

Increases were found in 51 counties and in 7 of these counties the increases

amounted to at least 40 students per 100 square miles. Pinellas County continued

to lead the State in the size of increase (1,949 to 2,181), but the greatest

rate of increase occurred in Sarasota County (137 to 243). The other counties

with increases of 40 or more students per 100 square miles were Escambia (371 to

412), Hillsborough (445 to 505), Brevard (120 to 170), Dade (635 to 776), and

Orange (286 to 333).


In the fall of 1962 the density of student population ranged from

2,599 per 100 square miles in Pinellas County to 2 per 100 square miles in

Glades and Liberty Counties. Nine counties had a student population density

of 250 or more per 100 square miles. Comparisons of the figures for these

counties in the fall of 1961 with those of the fall of 1962 reveal that all but

one (Leon) experienced an increase of student population density of 50 or more

per 100 square miles: Pinellas 2,181 to 2,599; Dade 776 to 853; Duval -

501 to 645; Hillsborough 505 to 557; Escambia 412 to 489; Orange 333

to 448; Broward 257 to 386; Brevard 170 to 318 and Leon 295 to 301.


Two spectacular increases in student population density occurred in

Baker County (6 per 100 square miles in 1961 to 47 per 100 square miles in 1962)

and Columbia County (21 per 100 square miles in 1961 to 47 per 100 square miles

in 1962). These increases are probably attributable to the opening of Lake

City Junior College and Forest Ranger School at Lake City.


An examination of other counties in which new junior colleges opened in

1962 show that: the student population density of Lee County increased from 48

per 100 square miles in 1961 to 110 per 100 square miles in 1962. Edison Junior

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College opened at Fort Myers in the fall of 1962.


Sumter County increased its student population density from 20 per

100 square miles in the fall of 1961 to 27 per 100 square miles in the fall

of 1962, and Lake County experienced an increase of from 52 per 100 square

miles in 1961 to 95 per 100 square miles in 1962. Lake Sumter Junior College

and Johnson Junior College opened at Leesburg in the fall of 1962.


A few counties experienced reductions in student density from 1961

to 1962. The largest drop was in Sarasota County (243 to 228 per 100 square

miles). Taylor County dropped from 25 to 16 students per 100 square miles.

Other counties which showed decreases were St. Lucie (97 to 93), Jefferson

(34 to 32), Wakulla (10 to 8), Liberty (4 to 2), Madison (46 to 45), Hamilton

(21 to 20), Lafayette (9 to 8), Dixie (5 to 4) and Highlands (17 to 16).


The college student population for the State as a whole increased

from 130 students per 100 square miles in the fall of 1961 to 145 students

per 100 square miles in the fall of 1962.


The number of students per 100 square miles in Florida has increased

74.7% (83 to 145) from the fall of 1957 to the fall of 1962.

















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DENSITY OF COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION

(By County)






"A .A TAR QIA [WALTON -I'-.M- ."A C" .. .
42 51 10 22. 57
S. 1 r o, ,. "-, .7---- I /22,
29 / .4 20 ) i .,
L 32 45 .U 38.~. .45.





T. 12
-6 L, 60 i 3:.

19 /271 95!
NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN I
FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS PER 100 --
4 7





A2,599 -.57 "
1r9 .... 9 95\\\1318
--: -00120"s.ude".'' pe9 31m"'


*1r. 1000 or more students per -.., "--s.. "i 'Tto;'
16
Fewer than 100 students per 100 sq. miles 6 93











5 .r'853
C.*..1 500-999 students per 100 sq. miles jt..': $ /5. MAo'
..: .\ .. : ... .*---;, 2.18V.tA



Note: For the250-499 students per 00 sq. milesre were 145

S100-249 students per 100 sq. miles
100-249 j- \4.WAR0 ,-.:v,',, .\.


Fewer than 100 students per 100 sq. miles- I'-"

ote:- For the State as a whole there were 145
students per 100 sq. miles o/





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ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN
THE FLORIDA INSTITUTE FOR CONTINUING UNIVERSITY STUDIES

(By County)






.PSM*,'.vaness non wa i /' 4se JACKSON \.

0 0 17 "' a'Il _^ ~"s 30

S0 oL. ./ 2 K 0 .0
SJo 1 .. *12 07

-\ ( 9'I \ V ._? "ALAC.UA \- /A \ ur,^ \

0 \'460 i43 1 o
-S / [ 0'--"" e V ,

To ta ,093Yo 0
0 1 58 .,
63

S0 0 i46 r-F

S6OCA 0
0 0
4607






oTotal 4,093 (
.60 0 .
\sBi rDA(tVWQ





.i-- ti 0o



219 72









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ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITY

(By County)







A NTA ROSAOMAL 1S WALTON F MES /JACS" W
S9 7 4 9 L 30( 'f-


4 V '464"30o i 46 "- ..' l .
\ 10 12 I ,-4 19 ...


L 1 0142 /27

26 0 3 1

i .. 38
5 '
7 '- 1 73'





70 4 ./ 164 \._.
,. 0 f
25 1 31 26
7 -.1 7 108.






84 1 'oi -.I \,

21 98


25 4 1 3 265
6 7 108
V 1 98












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ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY


(By County)







S 30 212 28 i) .- )f., )5. ,"i; .

.5 0 \ 273 40 -.- i
... ( '4 2 1


v4" ,f 5 3i 62 137 '^
/ i 7
S28 ..oA v -






296 1950
/ P iS ilL-

28 5
612 408i


Total 8,357 I -..128 .



v 333
80jcowi1 5 _._.
.J sROWARD
451
24 8



1087






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ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


(By County)





95 M;A1.ANTAROSAlOA OUS LTON 4MES AC SN 0
.70 32 8S 21 13. 47

8 491 / ^ S 17 1,107
/v-- y 592 19 / 24 .--
8 13 Fi.V /3
"3*/ 3 47i 41 3
t2li 3i 4\I-,,
S21 AFA r' 1 .
Ho iy ^ "\ 8 V4 : : 47\ 7
Jf;\--.^>^ \"i
'13' 1,0461 78 FR
9 -i. -6 1- \, -
/ 1 '47. 16
_J 222
'338
Y 1 r- 5- l \ A. \27 11551 5 A-wt
1 I 686 /
686
S392 \ 38

878 i 6581 "*
y ;-I--te".- ^l~,.l**
42 3 46 10 79
Total 11,794 l
47


I i-- 520
-J L -"19
BROWARD
42 854


78 2,320





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ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

(By County)








.. .. 1 1 1..G l.-.... -..-.. ..7. I0
.1 .O / 0 0 "0 0 i "/


1 0
10\



1-i ",3 if'rCL





9. 11 1 \)" i T
r-i I ? \ \r o \

S101.\
0--jo9 210 j9 .4_


'5l r I ..



50 I 3 156 1
7 311

3 2r









ooen






32
SARASOTA









ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By County)









S357195 75 65 319 ,.T,

4 .76 12 --*." 183- 2 9
i 'll 58 .....a./ "i/^ 1,' i 2 /^292
726 ,62 2" ,. 81 -170

2,369 586 ... 286 2 96 17
.iCIC"A)A14C"uA /pk
7 22 195 35 1
/ p .- r .24



/ 1952 1
S 86 469 o' S -1 -
r .i -,, i l2
12 2 73 .

i 195
i^U\5511 s 1;-^
4,175 1 I. .,124
Total 2 8,44
S 714 2 16 26 332

19 19 63

34313
S9 43 24I 2,564
._^J 1 ROWARD
Unclassified 35 48 2,108

Total 28,444
me15,526
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ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN
FLORIDA PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

(By County)






\54 4 12 6jh 24 ,
P
S2 ., 16 13 i 2,031

,A O_0 i4, 21, 40.
34--40 N3 7 18 i20

6 2 79
4 i 116 38 I,





To---./10 --1..9 i \ 825
6 %




t I.- NA ,E s i oI \ \- (\
113 I 1,301
Unclassified 8 30 JOI 23
715 R AD 825
Total 18,052 21
506 i 4
63 19 47 '5 1 531


i I ]_9 ... .'
j 19 .124

04 15 294
BROWARD
29 773


56 8,138









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EIUROLLMI71;T OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN
FLORIDA PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By County)










S 0 0 0(-
1 6 2
0 i 5
0 W" MKi r'-'LAt' l




66 2
0 0







12.
*526 22
10 I 5 95 \
Total 1,646





3 10
3 0
__ _j6RWA 1 6
10


2 24








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TABLE 7

TOTAL COLLEGE GRADE ENROLLMENT, ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By State)


State FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
System JC DGI JC

Alabama -- 46 127 56 3 232 110 59 22 423
Alaska -- -- 1 1 -- 2 1 4 1 8
Arizona -- -- 2 3 -- 5 3 6 1 15
Arkansas -- -- 21 13 -- 34 3 16 3 56
California -- -- 29 31 5 65 7 55 5 132
Colorado -- -- 7 7 -- 14 3 15 1 33
Connecticut -- 1 20 42 3 66 19 297 26 408
Delaware -- -- 5 8 1 14 3 43 -- 60
Dist. of Col. -- 2 9 16 2 29 4 56 1 90
Florida 4,093 2,602 8,357 11,794 3,573 30,419 28,444 18,052 1,646 78,561
Georgia -- 58 468 172 4 702 39 368 12 1,121
Hawaii -- -- 1 1 -- 2 -- 1 -- 3
Idaho -- -- 3 -- -- 3 -- 2 -- 5
Illinois --' I -- 70 98 6 174 24 447 14 659
Indiana -- 1 39 44 2 86 32 168 6 292
Iowa -- -- 25 13 2 40 11 28 -- 79
Kansas -- -- 7 7 2 16 -- 16 2 34
Kentucky -- 3 33 33 2 71 11 92 13 187
Louisiana -- 8 40 20 1 69 4 42 3 118
Maine -- -- 17 9 -- 26 6 41 -- 73
Maryland -- -- 27 27 3 57 10 171 2 240
Massachusetts -- 2 47 35 3 87 17 376 6 486
Michigan -- -- 26 37 2 65 35 175 4 279
Minnesota -- -- 12 4 -- 16 2 30 -- 48
Mississippi -- 5 32 24 -- 61 -- 21 1 83
Missouri -- 1 24 23 -- 48 4 60 4 116






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TABLE 7 (Continued)



State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
State FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF System JC DGI JC


Montana -- -- 4 -- -- 4 2 7 -- 13
Nebraska -- -- 8 5 1 14 1 26 -- 41
Nevada -- -- 3 3 -- 6 -- 1 2 9
New Hampshire -- -- 2 11 -- 13 4 29 1 47
New Jersey -- 6 71 101 9 187 38 816 26 1,067
New Mexico --- 6 8 -- 14 -- 7 1 22
New York -- 9 157 242 11 419 89 1,641 31 2,180
North Carolina -- 6 63 49 3 121 22 177 3 323
North Dakota -- -- 2 2 -- 4 1 6 -- 11
Ohio -- 3 75 100 3 181 56 394 15 646
co Oklahoma -- -- 13 12 -- 25 2 11 3 41
Oregon -- -- 3 5 1 9 2 7 3 21
Pennsylvania -- 5 97 99 5 206 55 717 12 990
Rhode Island ---- 8 11 1 20 2 62 3 87
South Carolina -- 12 61 49 3 125 15 92 8 240
South Dakota -- -- 6 2 -- 8 -- 9 -- 17
Tennessee -- 5 70 54 1 130 10 112 12 264
Texas -- 8 55 35 2 100 10 51 7 168
Utah -- 4 1 -- 5 -- -- -- 5
7ermont -- -- 4 4 -- 8 4 24 -- 36
Virginia -- 4 64 59 5 132 23 226 6 387
Washington -- -- 5 9 -- 14 1 8 -- 23
West Virginia -- 1 15 19 3 38 13 41 3 95
Wisconsin -- -- 15 20 1 36 6 64 3 109
Wyoming -- -- 1 1 -- 2 2 1 -- 5


Total 4,093 2,788 10,261 13,419 3,663 34,224 29,150 25,170 1,912 90,456


Canal Zone -- 1 8 5 -- 14 -- 17 1 32
ua....


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TABLE 7 (Continued)



State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
State FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF System JC DGI JC


Puerto Rico -- -- 8 16 -- 24 4 55 1 84
Other Countries -- 5 114 384 -- 503 193 812 8 1,516
Unclassified -- -- -- 2 1 3 9 798 -- 810


GRAND TOTAL 4,093 2,794 10,391 13,826 3,664 34,768 29,356 26,853 1,922 92,899








ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

Alaska (By State)

23 .. .
4- ."N. OD. AK.

/ OREGON -N -N- 4
IDA HO. Wis.o-,(
21 5. S. DAK. 48 2,180 --87
--.. .YO ;17 ----- 109 .... --- -408
7 4 I I WYo.
S5 I owA 9 1,067
NNEBR
N "-T9 "-----. 79 -. OH.IO .' (. "60
\ i 1 41 .----.-. IL ND. "66
9 UTAH 292 240
SCAUF. \ COLO1 M )659 / r VA.
S33 I KANSAS MO -
132 34 116
S12 ---. .. ._ 11 ..- ---323 N
I --1 264 .-
OKLA -- C
S ARZ I I A40
/ 15 N. NMEX 41 District of
Havaii 3 22 56 \ GA. 5 Columbia -s90
I ----. MISS. 423 ?1,121
TEXAS -\ L .
Florida 70,561 11
Other States and DC 11,895 168 78,561
Canal Zone 32
Guam 1
Puerto Rico 84
Other Countries 1,516
Unclassified 010
Total 92,099








ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITY
Alaska 0 (By State)


o m '00

O NTr 1 1O
o orM o N DAKt .-.. o/
ORECON MINN W\
0 W IS----. N w1. 2
0 0 0 S DAK. .9 0

MO. r


0/ IL. 0.-IL i .ND 3 -0 L
A : -- 6 0 1 o 4
o .I i 0 0 "3 / -


U0 \ -- COLO. r--- --- i6
0 0 3
SI l v '--!^--- 5-- "'-^
I L- 5 TENN.
SOKL --C.
SN. MEX 12 District of
S 0 I --,. i \ GA. Columbia -2
Hawaii 0 A0 iSS AL \

"-, .LXA I jI'S246 58

Florida 2,602 1
Other States and DC 186 F Lk A
Canal Zone 1
Other Countries 5 5
Total 2,794








ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
Alaska 1
S(By State)




SOREON / --- --'--. --
I/ t DAK. -

3 6 DA 12 57 -3 1
O W. o 15 MICH. .-" 20
WYO.. 26
/ \ I-W 1 i --

72--C N s)25 rO
I N NEBR 25IOWA O' *, 1 71
\ 3 ( 1.4D IND 27 \ -5
SUTAH 70 39 .j... 64
> C.AU 4 7 COLO 15
..L KANSAS MO. .-
S\ 7 -1 33
29 -24 63 C63
'^V ^ ( (*------7-- ^- -^ NM .-.. /
SOKA .. C-- -r District of

2. 21 \ '

S127 46
*--r-.- 1 TEXAS L. -,- 0,357
Florida 0,357 40 '.-2 357
Other States and DC 1,904 A 55
Canal Zone 8
Puerto Rico -
Other Countries 114
Total 10,391







ENROLLMENT IN THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

(By State)
Alaska 1

/ 4
1k r 44
-o --.--.---.--... MINN.
OREGON .. .. j
5 0 AHo -- ---- 35
SS. DAK 242 -1
S2 20 .-42
Si 1 i --- -- 9 > h 01
S V----) 13 / NB 8 O 8
S/ 5 --N- 100
3 i --- 4 59 27
CALIF' COLO 19
IF .1 KANSAS MO. KY.>
S1 -- 7 7 33 / --
31 23 .---- r '
{ M ^4 T -- T--'4 49 C. C
I -" TENN
S ARIZ OKLA
/ N. M1E 12 i \ District of
3 13 GA. Columbia -16
Hawaii 1 --- ss. AIA. \ 172
-4,56 I -- 24 56 .
TEXAS ..--.
Florida 11,794 20 -
Other States and DC 1,625 35 11,794
Canal Zone 5 FL
Puerto Rico 16 l
Other Countries 384
Unclassified 2
Total 13,826








ENROLLMENT IN THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

Alaska 0- 0 (By State)



As r --- -----r. r
0 N. DA.. o
O / MNT 0 NDAK. 0 0
OREGON .
1 AHO- --- N WIS 3
/ / 0 0 D OAK n 2-. ----
wYO --1MICH. .
0 --r- 5
\ IOWA j o -.
10 / ------. NE8 2 0A[ OH\O 5
\ 0 1 .-.--- L ID. I 3 ,j)3 Vr 1
UTAH I 6 2 .K A '3
CALIF \ C 0 OLO )
S2 KANSAS M
0k 22 / 2
5 \ o -- .
S-- TENN 1 3 District of
III OA KLA A Columbia 2
SAR} I N. M 0o ARK. r' f
Hawaii- 0 \
.i 3
Florida 3,573 TEXAS LA.
Other States and DC 90 3,573
Unclassified 1 2
Total 3,664








*









ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES
Alaska 1 (By State)




SIMou I IDAK.
OREGON 2 1
/ y L.H r -------.!" 2 _'.




2 IOWA 55 38
/^ .-.- ( ILDL 56 10
Si 32 23
/ 'cAu \ Icoo .
0 3 KANSAS wMO. K. .- --~ .
7 11 --
J --...J 22 C. C District of
S10 ENN ---. / Columbia 4
-' / Az j i !N .--\ 56 ej
ARI OKLA. 2 --IL 5. 1
-- 3 0 "".-T i \ c.
Hawaii 0 I s L \
J 0 110 39
Florida 28,4 TEXAS
Other States and DC 706 28,444
Puerto Rico 4 10
Other Countries 193 FA
Unclassified 9
Total 29,356






Si









ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS
Alaska 4 (By State)

S-WASH ..--- --. r

7 MO. 1T 6 N. DAK.
S.. .... MINN .
7 /DAHoN -----' 376
SS. DAK. 30 W1S. N. "s2
/ *r"oJ 2 / u! 64 1, 641 .-62
WYO/ Y/ 1 297

". .. -E8 IO2WA .. .7.17 16
I NEV I 1OWA O 1-i I717
26 1 23 USOHIO 43
S/ 6 --- I IND. 394 43
CALIF, \ 1 COLO447 16 171
Cn 1 KANSAS MO. f/ .2 VA26
.5 16.. 15r 2
16 92 /
-55 \---J L60 L 4-_3
--- 77 C.
I 112 TENN,
R I OK LA _A---
SN. M 11 I R i \ District of
6 1" I .
Hawaii 1 ; 7 16 \ GA \ / Columbia 56
a 7l n- MIss. I ALA. GA
--.Lr- ----- 21 59 368
Florida 13,052 TEXAS L. .--
Other States and DC 7,1130 51 ( 42
Canal Zone -- 17 18,052
Guan 1
Puerto Rico 55
Other Countries C12
Unclassified 793
Total 26,853









ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES
Alaska- 1
(By State)

0 1 k
-_. I 7. fo

SMONT N. DA0
OR G0------ / .1 .. MINN. ) ". '-- i\
Wi. s.. g 4- 6.- .
tO S. DAK. 31
I *-- wyO. J y vI. 26
/YO 4 .7..A ., -.
SIOWA 26
NEBR 0 00t 0
2UTAH I 6 .,r 6' 2
CAuF \ I I COLO 14 r
4r 0 o.KANSAS MO. .. .
o -- 1 2 13
L 5 \... .L-. 4 -- 3 C.
I OKI r 12
S AR" I. OKLA .2 .
\/ MEX 3 \ District of
1 1 ..., -. 3 \ GA. Columbia 1
-- i i G-SS ALA. \
Hawaii 0 22 12
TEXAS
Florida 1,646 3 -
Other States and DC 266 7
Canal Zone 1 1,646
Puerto Rico 1 ,
Other Countries 8
Total 1,922






























FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT


































47









FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT


Florida colleges and universities enrolled a total of 92,899 college

grade students in the fall of 1962. Twenty-seven per cent (25,373) of the

total enrollment were first-time-in-college students. Of the 25,373 first-

time-in-college students, 21,643 (85.3%) were from Florida. Table 11 shows

these Florida first-time-in-college students by county of residence 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 55.


In the spring of 1962 there were 42,882 students graduated from the

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

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

counties is shown on the map on page 58. 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 70. For the State as a

whole this percentage was 50.5%. In the fall of 1961 the percentage was 47.6%.


The maps on pages 61 through 67 show the Florida first-time-in-college

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

tions by type. Table 15 shows the out-of-state first-time-in-college enroll-

ment by state of residence for each of the state universities and for the

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

cluded in the table and are also shown on the map on page 74.


Percentage distributions of first-time-in-college enrollments by type of

institution are shown in tables 8, 9, and 10.


Of the 15,199 first-time-in-college students enrolled in Florida institu-

48







tions in the fall of 1961 who came from the 40 counties supporting public

junior colleges,l 10,945 (72.0%) were attending public junior colleges, 2,530

(16.7%) were attending state universities, and 1,724 (11.3%) were enrolled in

private institutions.


Of the 6,414 first-time-in-college students who came from the remaining
2
27 counties, 1,372 (21.4%) were enrolled in public junior colleges, 2,865

(44.7%) were enrolled in the state universities, and 2,177 (33.9%) were en-

rolled in private institutions.


In the fall of 1962, 70.3% of the Florida first-time-in-college students

came from the 40 counties supporting public junior colleges. These same

counties had 60.2% of the 1962 public high school graduates in the State.


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

public junior colleges was 58.9% of the number of 1962 public high school

graduates in those counties, whereas the comparable figure for the remaining

27 counties was 37.6%. For the State as a whole, the first-time-in-college

students constituted 50.5% of the number of 1962 high school graduates.


IBaker, Bay, Brevard, Broward, Calhoun, Charlotte, Citrus, Clay, Collier,
Columbia, Dade, Escambia, Flagler, Gilchrist, Glades, Hamilton, Hendry, Indian
River, Jacksco, Jefferson, Lafayette, Lake, Lee, Levy,. Madison, Manatee,
Marion, Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach, Pinellas, Putnam, St. Johns, St. Lucie,
Santa Rosa, Sumter, Taylor, Union, Volusia, Washington.

Alachua, Bradford, DeSoto, Dixie, Duval, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Hardee,
Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Holmes, Leon, Liberty, Monroe, Nassau,
Okaloosa, Orange, Osceola, Pasco, Polk, Sarasota, Seminole, Suwannee, Wakulla
Walton.









49




TABLE 8

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS


Type of Institution Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961 Fall 1962


State University System 33.9% 34.2% 35.2% 31.2% 24.9%

Public Junior Colleges 32.7 33.5 42.9 48.5 57.0

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 28.2 27.0 18.6 16.6 14.3

Private Junior Colleges 5.2 5.3 3.3 3.7 3.8


100,0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%



TABLE 9

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTS



Type of Institution Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961 Fall 1962


State University System 20.2% 18.0% 16.3% 16.6% 16.2%

Public Junior Colleges 4.7 5.7 4.7 9.1 14.1

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 70.5 71.3 75.0 69.7 65.2

Private Junior Colleges 4.6 5.0 4.0 4.6 4.5


100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%



(- -













TABLE 10

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT, ALL STUDENTS




Type of Institution Fall 1958 Fall 1959 Fall 1960 Fall 1961 Fall 1962


State University System 33.9% 31.3% 31.7% 28.6% 23.6%

Public Junior Colleges 28.6 28.5 35.6 41.6 50.7

H Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 34.4 35.0 29.3 25.9 21.8

Private Junior Colleges 5.1 5.2 3.4 3.9 3.9


100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%




















I I





TABLE 11

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS, BY COUNTY




County FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
System JC DGI JC
Alachua -- 5 14 164 4 187 102 34 4 327
Baker -- -- 1 1 -- 2 17 2 -- 21
Bay -- 1 22 9 1 33 308 10 -- 351
Bradford -- -- 2 8 1 11 16 10 -- 37
Brevard -- 2 28 71 3 104 695 150 16 965
Broward -- 26 97 177 9 309 850 194 1 1,354
Calhoun -- 1 1 1 -- 3 23 -- -- 26
Charlotte -- -- 1 4 3 8 22 6 2 38
Citrus -- 1 -- 5 2 8 27 2 1 38
Clay -- -- 3 9 -- 12 56 15 1 84
Collier -- 1 9 7 4 21 27 7 -- 55
SColumbia -- 2 12 6 1 21 120 3 -- 144
Dade -- 59 288 555 48 950 2,556 771 15 4,292
DeSoto -- -- 4 3 1 8 16 6 5 35
Dixie -- -- -- 1 -- 1 4 3 -- 8
Duval -- 51 168 212 16 447 195 606 15 1,263
Escambia -- 9 22 30 2 63 1,015 17 1 1,096
Flagler -- -- 1 6 -- 7 11 1 -- 19
Franklin -- 1 2 -- -- 3 7 1 -- 11
Gadsden -- 33 26 6 -- 65 25 11 -- 101
Gilchrist -- -- -- -- -- -- 21 -- 1 22
Glades -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 1 -- 2
Gulf -- 2 7 2 -- 11 23 3 -- 37
Hamilton -- 2 2 2 -- 6 26 5 -- 37
Hardee -- -- 5 4 8 17 2 4 -- 23
Hendry -- 2 2 6 -- 10 11 3 -- 24
Hernando -- 1 5 5 1 12 12 3 10 37
Highlands -- 2 10 8 3 23 8 15 -- 46
Hillsborough -- 28 113 120 622 883 338 230 50 1,501







$ '






TABLE 11 (Continued)



County FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
____.__________ System JC DGI JC
Holmes -- -- 2 -- -- 2 31 1 -- 34
Indian River -- -- 7 13 2 22 42 13 3 80
Jackson -- 3 6 4 1 14 150 9 1 174
Jefferson -- 2 2 3 -- 7 32 1 -- 40
Lafayette -- -- -- 1 -- 1 15 -- -- 16
Lake -- 2 14 21 17 54 242 28 10 334
Lee -- 4 20 15 19 58 270 33 3 364
Leon -- 90 235 14 1 340 39 9 -- 388
Levy -- -- 4 1 -- 5. 27 4 -- 36
Liberty -- -- 1 1 -- 2 1 -- -- 3
Madison -- 1 3 1 -- 5 67 2 -- 74
Manatee -- 2 26 26 9 63 216 16 2 297
Marion -- 3 22 30 -- 55 243 6 4 308
Martin -- 1 -- 15 1 17 31 5 4 57
Monroe -- -- 6 20 7 33 14 24 1 72
Nassau -- 2 5 5 -- 12 7 8 -- 27
Okaloosa -- 2 33 18 -- 53 103 3 -- 159
Okeechobee -- -- 2 2 -- 4 13 1 -- 18
Orange -- 15 65 144 29 253 53 202 495 1,003
Osceola -- -- 6 6 6 18 1 6 11 36
Palm Beach -- 13 66 74 7 160 928 91 8 1,187
Pasco -- -- 8 11 32 51 19 12 80 162
Pinellas -- 7 103 134 65 309 1,753 99 9 2,170
Polk -- 16 74 76 83 249 134 224 11 618
Putnam -- 3 8 7 1 19 157 9 -- 185
St. Johns -- 2 8 11 1 22 84 25 2 133
St. Lucie -- 3 10 9 -- 22 139 13 1 175
Santa Rosa -- 3 3 2 -- 8 115 1 -- 124
Sarasota -- 2 40 53 12 107 137 27 3 274
Seminole -- 2 15 27 6 50 34 8 37 129
Sumter -- 3 2 5 3 13 40 1 1 55






4 4 I













TABLE 11 (Continued)



County FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
System JC DGI JC

Suwannee -- 1 6 6 -- 13 33 3 -- 49
Taylor -- 2 6 5 -- 13 48 4 -- 65
Union -- -- -- 1 -- 1 21 -- -- 22
Volusia -- 3 32 51 7 93 488 84 6 671
Wakulla -- -- 5 1 -- 6 2 -- -- 8
Walton -- 1 2 5 -- 8 16 2 -- 26
SWashington -- 1 7 -- -- 8 38 -- -- 46
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- -- 28 2 -- 30


Total -- 418 1,699 2,240 1,038 5,395 12,345 3,089 814 21,643




-l










FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By County)







UES /JACK50-
(, '124 1591 26 4 174 77 7_. _263
Iq- 1-: .E~1_~J~;;1~1~ ~a,~,_.y', ;, j I. S.O...... _, -,
ASO" T,- 7

1 l,096 A. \ -- ." ...\ / 9"' '-. 1
3A 65 \ /" 2 327 133

i745 i 1 GO \
1k \6 193
\ / 36 i 308 ..
*671

3 3-0-
3b
--.- ../55 334 4-
3297 23i 16 18175
162 Unclssifd 360 .
T 50 610 j9 6





Total 21,643 7 .1
2,170 (,":;A; MC \I


297 23 i46 18 !175






55 1,354

5N534 292









55








TABLE 12

NUMBER OF STUDENTS GRADUATED FROM FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS

(By County)



County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962

Alachua 547 563 692 677 717
Baker 62 79 76 73 86
Bay 421 482 515 564 543
Bradford 114 135 143 145 185
Brevard 372 555 716 894 1,063
Broward 1,492 1,847 2,299 2,625 2,624
Calhoun 70 82 88 121 101
Charlotte 28 35 55 65 66
Citrus 66 66 70 83 88
Clay 105 100 116 111 146
Collier 95 98 102 110 114
Columbia 212 200 204 217 214
Dade 5,130 5,792 6,545 7,267 7,571
DeSoto 84 66 89 107 96
Dixie 35 42 51 48 48
Duval 2,093 2,923 3,419 3,877 3,901
Escambia 1,134 1,182 1,373 1,552 1,645
Flagler 36 31 29 25 41
Franklin 47 37 55 52 70
Gadsden 300 287 318 346 330
Gilchrist 38 40 40 40 24
Glades 17 16 16 14 19
Gulf 84 72 110 106 108
Hamilton 64 94 110 120 114
Hardee 88 110 132 137 127
Hendry 64 75 71 73 69
Hernando 58 62 65 80 94
Highlands 189 193 206 241 199
Hillsborough 2,261 2,572 3,017 3,230 3,348
Holmes 123 151 133 133 139
Indian River 139 167 205 241 179
Jackson 369 354 407 426 417
Jefferson 91 78 97 125 126
Lafayette 48 38 39 39 35
Lake 394 405 448 508 476
Lee 304 337 377 435 471
Leon 502 537 629 648 700
Levy 111 94 116 123 111
Liberty 31 28 36 30 31
Madison 154 151 185 183 168
Manatee 426 444 558 575 638
Marion 504 468 547 649 604



56












TABLE 12 (Continued)


County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962

Martin 85 103 119 125 139
Monroe 201 208 221 250 284
Nassau 170 166 176 194 184
Okaloosa 263 262 389 492 513
Okeechobee 39 44 46 52 64
Orange 1,415 1,510 1,849 2,167 2,244
Osceola 107 120 145 133 141
Palm Beach 1,067 1,237 1,450 1,609 1,838
Pasco 216 222 288 309 276
Pinellas 1,668 1,925 2,448 3,001 2,977
Polk 1,298 1,424 1,570 1,737 1,788
Putnam 229 276 291 322 314
St. Johns 203 187 207 239 261
St. Lucie 204 234 299 308 334
Santa Rosa 201 193 211 231 224
Sarasota 476 519 617 732 738
Seminole 262 259 329 392 398
Sumter 134 141 145 153 156
Suwannee 162 185 205 199 185
Taylor 134 126 120 147 137
Union 34 45 44 55 54
Volusia 1,001 1,235 1,240 1,324 1,409
Wakulla 52 55 76 64 56
Walton 147 134 148 155 165
Washington 128 153 164 170 157


Total 28,398 32,051 37,296 41,682 42,882

















57









1962 GRADUATES OF FLORIDA
PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS

(By County)








S224 513 65 -f 417 t (i


1 3,901
W6J^34 10; I 8-
1,645 6.-.31 6 7 125 214 1




t .RU .... 4 1 ,4-
S604 12,244


8T--."i76 .4 ,
'4 9^S l2,244
276 141
00 wA 063
2,977 ~- 1,788 -10

S638 1127 I \T4 33
ar 199 I MATI
96 139
Total 42,882 .. ,- a

471 69 1,838
L ....I *** ...
BROWARD
114 12,624
5 ~0.... 7,571 8










58









TABLE 13

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By County)



County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962

Alachua 215 201 228 256 327
Baker 21 8 12 8 21
Bay 175 187 301 333 351
Bradford 17 35 35 33 37
Brevard 161 165 706 648 965
Broward 603 690 1,190 1,271 1,354
Calhoun, 19 21 33 34 26
Charlotte 9 7 18 26 38
Citrus 27 34 32 29 38
Clay 47 48 58 59 84
Collier 25 30 32 43 55
Columbia 46 36 49 44 144
Dade 3,165 3,129 4,015 4,415 4,292
DeSoto 27 12 22 33 35
Dixie 6 4 9 6 8
Duval 1,026 1,111 1,031 1,202 1,263
Escambia 680 708 925 962 1,096
Flagler 12 12 20 8 19
Franklin 14 7 7 10 11
Gadsden 85 81 88 98 101
Gilchrist 4 7 7 5 22
Glades 4 2 4 6 2
Gulf 25 28 30 43 37
Hamilton 29 24 25 34 37
Hardee 20 17 32 32 23
Hendry 19 21 20 20 24
Hernando 16 13 21 17 37
Highlands 44 59 43 58 46
Hillsborough 799 964 1,737 1,576 1,501
Holmes 10 15 30 30 34
Indian River 42 45 79 128 80
Jackson 95 127 129 175 174
Jefferson 23 33 36 40 40
Lafayette 13 9 14 17 16
Lake 113 120 116 174 334
Lee 87 90 101 133 364
Leon 246 285 317 349 388
Levy 47 23 33 48 36
Liberty 5 5 7 7 3
Madison 94 81 91 92 74
Manatee 462 218 290 338 297



59












TABLE 13 (Continued)





County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962


Marion 313 232 270 298 308
Martin 34 45 62 52 57
Monroe 45 37 48 69 72
Nassau 44 43 19 42 27
Okaloosa 35 54 114 146 159
Okeechobee 15 7 13 19 18
Orange 611 680 777 960 1,003
Osceola 37 30 35 38 36
Palm Beach 725 861 944 1,004 1,187
Pasco 39 65 92 92 162
Pinellas 1,428 1,438 1,606 1,785 2,170
Polk 438 408 494 535 618
Putnam 139 130 124 152 185
St. Johns 108 74 111 130 133
St. Lucie 56 55 263 166 175
Santa Rosa 111 73 105 152 124
Sarasota 269 221 291 351 274
Seminole 65 83 100 142 129
Sumter 31 36 28 48 55
Suwannee 36 56 52 51 49
Taylor 63 37 34 91 65
Union 3 8 4 6 22
Volusia 570 461 562 538 671
Wakulla 12 11 24 16 8
Walton 23 21 31 39 26
Washington 25 28 40 65 46
Unclassified -- 23 -- 2 30


Total 13,852 13,929 18,216 19,829 21,643














60










FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITY

(By County)






COA OOSA WATON 1OME.S 7JAc .
279/ L. "0 J,- 3 IN



3'2. 0"1 .2 \ 0I2" O"i o >2
S0 3 5 13 z L
. ..o-. j 2 k
PO 2 I 0 I 2 2 Oi 3 1


















S"^" -- 26
S i0
0 33
S3

32 2 2 -Z



16
16 0



2 0 2 0 13
Total- 4100 Z r
SAWJ. 0 I r 1




.4T7it BROWARD
r.A I-















61










FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

(By County)







2 3 33 2 2.- 6 ( ,AS-S"
S26 2 5


I M- 5 6 10 '2 3 -
i7 \ .... 7 7". ....



..iL ?22
0 ..
? __s 'S 2 14 1 '1
0



P n .; ..wo- ..
.. 21 14 -.5
5 .\. 65 \

74 i---
103-- 113i 128
i" ... 7
S 1 7
1 26 5 10 2 10

Total 1,699 SA.oAT 4 0


20 2 i 66
J e ?ROWD
9 97

S-- 288








62










FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

(By County)






/ _7=MDlA t Nt i'IOtMCSI4ACKWON
,30 2 18 5 -. r(



1 1 5. \ I..'6 i6 i
2 001 A 11 A* 1
01 164 7 6.
,-,/ -';r. "i.--
I .1 j 30
51

5 i 21r "~
5 I 144 W
-\, 6

134 1201 76 71


26 4 8 21 9
Total 2,240 31- 3 I15


..e [ 6 74
lz 15 J
48ROWARD
7 I 177


O"Qo 1555








63











FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

(By County)








2 1 0 ..1 0

0 01

/ o/i 10 1 i
,O i 4 1 1
_. -L i




0 66
65 i 22 83
-.-.-.. i -.2_1
0 .o o ,L 2



Total 1,038 ^.-,
9 1 8 R.0 iO R
n-i- --13 _. .--
1 r\1

'o 0o I 71


Tt 1,3 ABROWARD
4 9

S 48








64










FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN FLORIDA PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By County)








115 103 |16 ",E1510 ."--- l ..
/38 -ALW-U. -26-
r 23 25
AY391 /2 117 95


17 rfv > t ,A. \A L\r /
1 21 102 1 157 1
S.... Tl 1 16 8 4-*31
1,015 23 5



/ 27 j 243 i


27 f
12 I 53

19 'l 1

1,753 N Sm

Unclassified 28 216 2 8 \13 139
1 371 -
Total 12,345 '16
22 1
22n( .928

BROWARD



4 2,556






65

65










FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN FLORIDA PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

(By County)







17 1 i3 i2 9 .M"

",J ""L/v ) ""/ 1 --",^- 9 2 "" .5- f -


..--- o -' O 3 o { \3 3
4 15


S--.l UA \,-- /... A... -


i 2 34 224 r150 R








Unclassified 2 ~ 16-- 1 1 1. .
j4 jO 6 vo 1





2 L 4 r" '"






Total 3,089 SARA SOT1A

*B' L .l OWARD
230 224 194



13
7 e 7 7 194

o'" 771 ,Q


o2







66











FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN FLORIDA PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By County)







....1 .... .. r; .. .. ...... z- 0 ,

S7 .. ', V i. z \2
0 0 0 .
\. o, o o \f s 01, i o






\sumIAA IY .TI


M$OlR 1 id, 495

2'JAY 1



.. ... =. =; L. *.,.r ,
Total 814 0, 2._
-I uliA R III u

4 I r \ 4





\ I BROWARD
0 1
J 4










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TABLE 14

PER CENT NUMBER OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE STUDENTS
IS OF NUMBER OF STUDENTS GRADUATED FROM HIGH SCHOOL

(By County)



County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962

Alachua 39.3 35.7 32.9 37.8 45.6
Baker 33.9 10.1 15.8 11.0 24.4
Bay 41.6 38.8 58.4 59.0 64.6
Bradford 14.9 25.9 24.5 22.8 20.0
Brevard 43.3 29.7 98.6 72.5 90.8
Broward 40.4 37.4 51.8 48.4 51.6
Calhoun 27.1 25.6 37.5 28.1 25.7
Charlotte 32.1 20.0 32.7 40.0 57.6
Citrus 40.9 51.5 45.7 34.9 43.2
Clay 44.8 48.0 50.0 53.2 57.5
Collier 23.6 30.6 31.4 39.1 48.2
Columbia 21.7 18.0 24.0 20.3 67.3
Dade 61.7 54.0 61.0 60.8 56.6
DeSoto 32.1 18.2 24.7 30.8 36.5
Dixie 17.1 9.5 17.6 12.5 16.7
Duval 49.0 38.0 30.1 31.0 32.4
Escambia 60.0 60.0 67.4 62.0 66.6
Flagler 33.3 38.7 69.0 32.0 46.3
Franklin 29.8 18.0 12.7 19.2 15.7
Gadsden 28.3 28.2 27.7 28.3 30.6
Gilchrist 10.5 17.5 17.5 12.5 91.7
Glades 23.5 12.5 25.0 42.8 10.5
Gulf 29.8 38.9 27.3 40.6 34.3
Hamilton 45.3 25.5 22.7 28.3 32.5
Hardee 22.7 15.5 24.2 23.4 18.1
Hendry 29.7 28.0 28.2 27.4 34.8
Hernando 27.6 21.0 32.3 21.2 39.4
Highlands 23.3 30.6 20.9 24.1 23.1
Hillsborough 35.3 37.5 57.6 48.8 44.8
Holmes 8.1 9.9 22.5 22.6 24.5
Indian River 30.2 26.9 38.5 53.1 44.7
Jackson 25.7 35.9 31.7 41.1 41.7
Jefferson 25.3 42.3 37.1 32.0 31.7
Lafayette 27.1 23.7 35.9 43.6 45.7
Lake 28.7 29.6 25.9 34.2 70.2
Lee 26.7 28.6 26.8 30.6 77.3
Leon 49.0 53.1 50.4 53.8 55.4
Levy 42.3 24.5 28.4 39.0 32.4
Liberty 16.1 17.6 19.4 23.3 9.7
Madison 60.0 53.6 49.2 50.3 44.0
Manatee 108.5 49.1 52.0 58.8 46.6



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TABLE 14 (Continued)



County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962

Marion 62.1 49.6 49.4 45.9 51.0
Martin 40.0 43.7 52.1 41.6 41.0
Monroe 22.4 17.8 21.7 27.6 25.4
Nassau 25.9 25.9 10.8 21.6 14.7
Okaloosa 13.3 20.6 29.3 29.7 31.0
Okeechobee 38.5 15.9 28.3 36.5 28.1
Orange 43.2 45.0 42.0 44.3 44.7
Osceola 34.6 26.8 24.1 28.6 25.5
Palm Beach 67.9 69.6 51.8 62.4 64.6
Pasco 18.1 29.3 31.9 29.8 58.7
Pinellas 85.6 74.7 65.6 59.5 72.9
Polk 33.7 28.7 31.5 30.8 34.6
Putnam 60.7 47.1 42.6 47.2 58.9
St. Johns 53.2 39.6 53.6 54.4 51.0
St. Lucie 27.4 23.5 87.9 53.9 52.4
Santa Rosa 55.2 37.8 49.8 65.8 55.4
Sarasota 56.5 42.6 47.2 48.0 37.1
Seminole 24.8 32.0 30.4 36.2 32.4
Sumter 23.1 25.5 19.3 31.4 35.3
Suwannee 22.2 30.3 25.4 25.6 26.5
Taylor 47.0 29.4 28.3 61.9 47.4
Union 8.8 17.8 9.1 10.9 40.7
Volusia 56.9 37.3 45.3 40.6 47.6
Wakulla 23.1 20.0 31.6 25.0 14.3
Walton 15.6 15.7 20.9 25.2 15.8
Washington 19.5 18.3 24.4 38.2 29.3


Entire State 48.8 43.5 48.3 47.6 50.5












69









PERCENTAGE THAT THE NUMBER OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE STUDENTS
IS OF THE NUMBER OF 1962 GRADUATES OF FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS









/ xa r o \Cs''/'J SON

:. 54 ..1i5. 29.3 ,. .'..'-:6:.-,. /1:, '32.5 ;
SA';'25.7-7 7 '

4e.' 47. 'Ri 7 -5 20.0
64.6

1 16. /~7 45.6 5
/32.4 .51. 0c .::-
:I" : I \ 7.6
Key: ,3 2 3
.. r35 <
50% or more 39. i.: 44.7

:58.7 < 25.5 :
T 34.6 90.8
25% through 49.9% 72.9 I
r-4I 4.'7

4 46.6 '.6 1 3: 7. 4
Below 25% ?,' AI2
37.1 $A 136.5 i.'-'. 41.0
57"'?6 *10:
Total Number of Florida First-Time-In-College .-.:
Students in Florida Institutions of Higher 3:L 34.8 I-6
Learning 21,643 (Including 30 not Classified cowes"' l
by County) l..- AARo
48.2 51.6
Total Number of 1962 Graduates of Florida Public 5
High Schools 42,882 O ".R-4
566
Percentage that Total Number of Florida First-Time-In-College
Students in Florida Institutions of Higher Learning is of the
Total Number of 1962 Graduates of Florida Public High Schools -
50.5%





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TABLE 15

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

(By State)



State FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. Total

System JC PGI JC
Alabama -- 8 20 7 1 36 58 13 9 116
Alaska -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 1 1 3
Arizona -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 2 1 4
Arkansas -- -- 4 -- -- 4 1 5 -- 10
California -- -- 1 4 1 6 2 13 1 22
Colorado -- -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 4 1 6
Connecticut -- 1 4 4 2 11 7 99 17 134
Delaware -- -- -- 1 1 2 3 9 -- 14
Dist. of Col. -- 1 1 -- -- 2 1 19 1 23
Florida -- 418 1,699 2,240 1,038 5,395 12,345 3,089 814 21,643
Georgia -- 11 107 36 -- 154 22 108 6 290
Hawaii -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- 1
Idaho -- -- 1 1 -- -- -- 1
Illinois -- 2 10 2 14 9 138 12 173
Indiana -- 1 4 7 2 14 17 62 5 98
Iowa -- -- 2 1 -- 3 6 5 -- 14
Kansas -- -- 1 1 -- 2 -- 6 2 10
Kentucky -- 1 5 4 -- 10 7 28 9 54
Louisiana -- 1 1 1 -- 3 2 16 3 24
Maine -- 4 -- -- 4 2 14 -- 20
Maryland -- -- 4 4 1 9 6 59 2 76
Massachussetts -- 1 10 5 1 17 8 123 4 152
Michigan -- -- 5 6 -- 11 19 59 4 93
Minnesota -- -- -- -- -- -- 2 7 -- 9
Mississippi -- -- 2 2 -- 4 -- 5 -- 9
Missouri -- -- -- 2 2 -- 21 1 24








TABLE 15 (Continued)



State FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
System JC DGI JC

Montana -- ---- -- -- -- 2 1 -- 3
Nebraska -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- 1
Nevada -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- 1
New Hampshire -- -- 1 1 -- 2 1 10 1 14
New Jersey -- 2 16 17 2 37 29 274 17 357
New Mexico -- -- -- 4 -- 4 -- 5 1 10
New York -- 6 10 24 3 43 50 519 19 631
North Carolina -- 2 12 5 -- 19 9 47 2 77
North Dakota -- -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 3 -- 4
Ohio -- 1 13 16 1 31 30 121 11 193
Oklahoma -- -- -- -- -- -- 2 1 -- 3
Oregon -- -- 2 -- 2 -- 2 2 6
Pennsylvania -- 3 17 10 1 31 31 223 5 290
Rhode Island -- -- 3 2 1 6 1 19 1 27
South Carolina -- 5 8 10 1 24 11 25 7 67
South Dakota -- -- -- 1 -- 1 1 -- 2
Tennessee -- 2 8 7 -- 17 5 45 5 72
Texas -- 1 8 3 -- 12 4 15 4 35
Utah -- -- -- 1 1 -- -- -- 1
Vermont -- -- -- 1 -- 1 2 13 -- 16
Virginia -- 1 6 12 1 20 14 93 2 129
Washington -- 1 1 -- 2 1 -- -- 3
West Virginia -- -- 2 -- -- 2 10 9 2 23
Wisconsin -- -- -- 2 -- 2 3 21 3 29
Wyoming -- -- 2 -- -- 2 -- -- -- 2


Total -- 466 1,984 2,456 1,059 5,965 12,724 5,355 975 25,019

Canal Zone -- -- 1 -- -- 1 -- 3 1 5
Guam -- --
















TABLE 15 (Continued)



State FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. Total

System JC DGI JC
Puerto Rico -- -- -- 2 -- 2 3 20 1 26
Other Countries -- -- 10 20 -- 30 29 141 4 204
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- -- 115 4 -- 119


GRAND TOTAL -- 466 1,995 2,478 1,059 5,998 12,871 5,523 981 25,373







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

(By State)
(3 Alaska 3


3 jI .


O V MINN. I \A1
SO .. / "-'----. -.--- N MNNL n 0 35



/ O. i. 134
72
ST'T 2 \ 'IOWA
S t R L. M I N8R. NEA "14 i OHiO O 2A0K-- 357
NEV. --- 193 14 1- L
SLL IND. I ) .8 14
1 93 63 -L). 27
SCALIF. \ CL-O 0. O 173 r <'23/ 1. "
6a i 1A 1EXA
-22.- 24
S\ *--. 24 .-- 77 C.
\ I P ... --- ----' 72 TENN /
SI S OKLA .--- S. C.

4 1 0 0 i GA District of
-. !J ..-miss ^^ 290 Columbia -23
,/-- .j1" )116; 14
HaCaii -1 1 --. 9 \ ._. -




Canal Zone 5 A
Puerto Rico 26
Other Countries 204
Unclassified 119
Total 25,373
Purt Ric 26'
































GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT



































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GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT IN
FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING


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

A. & M. University 246 students; Florida State University 1,577; Univer-

sity of Florida 1,526). Many graduate students (3,423) are enrolled in the

Florida Institute for Continuing University Studies and are taking courses in

FICUS facilities for which they will later receive credit in one of the state

university graduate programs. These students are not counted in the graduate

student enrollments of the state universities.


The private institutions which conduct graduate programs are Barry

College (96 students), Brevard Engineering College (142 students), Rollins

College (258 students), Stetson University (152 students) and the University

of Miami (1,701 students).


Graduate student enrollments of Florida students are shown by county

in Table 16. Out-of-state graduate enrollments are shown by state in Table

17.


The enrollment of graduate students in 1962 showed an increase of

103.2% over that of 1961 (4,489 to 9,121). Seventy-three and nine tenths per

cent of this increase consisted of the graduate student enrollment in FICUS.

The on-campus enrollment of graduate students increased 26.9% (4,489 to 5,698).


The on-campus enrollment of graduate students has increased 49.7% over

the 1959 enrollment of 3,806. The total graduate student enrollment has in-

creased 139.6% over that of 1959 (3,806 to 9,121).





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In the fall of 1959, 69% of the on-campus graduate students were en-

rolled in the state universities. In the fall of 1962, 58.8% of the on-campus

graduate student enrollment was in the state universities. Of the total grad-

uate student enrollment, 37.5% were enrolled in FICUS, 36.7% were enrolled in

state universities, and 25.8% were enrolled in private institutions. Seventy-

two and four tenths per cent of the latter were attending the University of

Miami.


The University of Florida enrolled 1,215 (31.9% of the on-campus total)

graduate students in the fall of 1959, 1,309 (31.5%) in the fall of 1960, 1,401

(31.2%) in the fall of 1961, and 1,526 (26.8%) in the fall of 1962. Florida

State University enrolled 1,194 (31.4% of the on-campus total) graduate students

in the fall of 1959, 1,335 (32.1%) in the fall of 1960, 1,432 (31.9%) in the

fall of 1961, and 1,577 (27.7%) in the fall of 1962. The University of Miami

enrolled 971 (25.5% of the on-campus total) graduate students in the fall of

1959, 958 (23.1%) in the fall of 1960, 1,021 (22.7%) in the fall of 1961, and

1,701 (29.9%) in the fall of 1962. The drop in percentage of graduate students

attending the University of Florida and Florida State University may be due to

three factors: (1) the increase in the graduate enrollment at the University

of Miami (an increase of 66.6% over 1961), (2) the inclusion of the Brevard

Engineering College graduate enrollment for the first time (which amounted to

2.5% of the on-campus total) and (3) the establishment of the Florida Institute

for Continuing University Studies. FICUS is undoubtedly serving some graduate

students who would otherwise attend one of the state universities.








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TABLE 16

ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA GRADUATE STUDENTS IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By County)



State U. Priv.
County FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U. Prv Total
System DGI

Alachua 31 7 6 145 -- 189 3 192
Baker -- 1 -- 1 -- 2 -- 2
Bay 81 11 15 5 -- 112 1 113
Bradford -- -- 1 6 -- 7 -- 7
Brevard 120 -- 5 16 -- 141 146 287
Broward 385 -- 21 25 -- 431 138 569
Calhoun -- -- 1 1 -- 2 -- 2
Charlotte -- -- 2 3 -- 5 -- 5
Citrus -- -- 1 2 -- 3 -- 3
Clay 17 -- -- 7 -- 24 -- 24
Collier -- -- 1 2 -- 3 1 4
Columbia -- 2 1 7 -- 10 -- 10
Dade 39 1 57 78 -- 175 1,371 1,546
DeSoto -- -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 1
Dixie -- -- -- 2 -- 2 -- 2
Duval 510 60 29 87 -- 686 11 697
Escambia 267 3 16 8 -- 294 2 296
Flagler -- -- -- 1 -- 1 1 2
Franklin 25 1 5 1 -- 32 -- 32
Gadsden -- 28 21 2 -- 51 -- 51
Gilchrist -- -- -- 3 -- 3 -- 3
Glades -- -- 1 -- -- 1 -- 1
Gulf -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
Hamilton -- 2 1 3 -- 6 -- 6
Hardee -- -- 1 2 -- 3 -- 3
Hendry -- -- 1 2 -- 3 1 4
Hernando -- -- 2 4 -- 6 -- 6
Highlands -- -- -- 11 -- 11 -- 11
Hillsborough 292 -- 31 59 -- 382 20 402
Holmes -- -- 1 1 -- 2 -- 2
Indian River 92 -- -- 5 -- 97 -- 97
Jackson 15 3 15 2 -- 35 -- 35
Jefferson -- 8 7 -- -- 15 -- 15
Lafayette -- -- 1 3 -- 4 -- 4
Lake 46 1 3 18 -- 68 12 80
Lee 19 2 3 6 -- 30 -- 30
Leon 2 64 295 4 -- 365 -- 365
Levy -- 1 3 13 -- 17 -- 17
Liberty -- -- 3 -- 3 -- 3




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TABLE 16 (Continued)



County FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U. Priv. Total
System DGI
Madison -- 5 5 2 -- 12 -- 12
Manatee 82 -- 6 7 -- 95 3 98
Marion 36 -- 4 20 -- 60 2 62
Martin -- -- -- 2 -- 2 -- 2
Monroe 19 -- 4 2 -- 25 2 27
Nassau -- -- 3 5 -- 8 3 11
Okaloosa -- 1 96 1 -- 98 1 99
Okeechobee -- -- -- -- --
Orange 305 2 15 37 -- 359 279 638
Osceola -- -- 3 2 -- 5 -- 5
Palm Beach 420 1 18 23 -- 462 29 491
Pasco -- -- 1 3 -- 4 -- 4
Pinellas 309 2 46 52 -- 409 9 418
Polk 47 2 21 36 -- 106 5 111
Putnam -- 7 3 8 -- 18 -- 18
St. Johns -- -- 3 14 -- 17 -- 17
St. Lucie -- -- 3 4 -- 7 -- 7
Santa Rosa -- -- 6 4 -- 10 -- 10
Sarasota 152 -- 9 17 -- 178 1 179
Seminole -- -- 2 8 -- 10 15 25
Sumter -- 1 1 5 -- 7 -- 7
Suwannee 42 10 1 5 -- 58 -- 58
Taylor -- -- 2 3 -- 5 -- 5
Union -- -- -- 5 -- 5 -- 5
Volusia 53 1 8 29 -- 91 97 188
Wakulla -- 1 -- -- 1 -- 1
Walton 17 -- 2 2 -- 21 1 22
Washington -- -- 2 1 -- 3 -- 3


Total 3,423 228 814 833 -- 5,298 2,155 7,453


















79









ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA GRADUATE STUDENTS
IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By County)







UtyMWA/PH RISOAOCALOCZ ALVWH lMOLM S jJACCN0.
10' 99 22 35
2."~"., .15 5Y- -, I2 .,
3 651 1 5 L

i~ y- 65 \ 15 12 6 ..-/


3 / / 3 192 580"
2fs -- --.. _ ...... 2_ I-9 7
\0 ". k 5" I-v0.,lA 2 \-
1 31 192 |18 ,1 O
2 f-Zia -N)i 2
S 171i iir MI
i-C 62 I 1

7.L 80 i-25
6 'i 638


S. 111 287
/ 402 __ ._97
^.^ r-t.- -
S98 3 7
~' 1 T3 1 .i
Total 7,453 \ t. 1 .-0 0-


.-J
o0_ 4 491
V JvOWARD
1 569

r 1,546

27







80









ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA GRADUATE STUDENTS
IN THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM

(By County)







y L A HiA6OAfOO4S JAC;S Se
9 10 93 21 2, 35


2 1 12 t6L 0 2 6
WAOL \ IF AV~* II.
3- \ 5 5 8
OL v
\ ( \ --- 2AIIUA /P \
2 i189 tT (

17 60

91

.3 7 i68 t r''
6 _Ri I 3 5 9 1


409 382 ] 106 41
"X / .. _.- .C9 7

95 3 o 7
k-s., 1 2
Total 5,298 1 / -
5 \
30 3 462
8RO, aI
3 431


25 175





n^o



81









ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA-GRADUATE STUDENTS
IN FLORIDA PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

(By County)









-.4A'GADSDEN LI&A SSOE, i ANSO -MzLr --. .3
A4
S1 1 0 0 '
.1 I U _. r .J,,A r 0 11
0I .
0-./ i 0 o


0 2 VS1
\ 97

0 1 0 l


-% N 0 pw
I




9 -- 20' I J .1

3 o 0_ 10

.RASOI 0 0
Total 2,155 r.-..

S 1 29

5jROWARD
138


1,371





40


82









TABLE 17

GRADUATE STUDENT E:I.OLL'iIT
IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEAR;IIJG

(By State)



State FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U. Priv. Total
System DGI
Alabama -- 1 42 29 -- 72 4 76
Alaska -- 2 1 -- 3 -- 3
Arizona -- 2 1 -- 3 -- 3
Arkansas -- 10 7 -- 17 -- 17
California -- 14 17 -- 31 6 37
Colorado -- 4 4 -- 8 1 9
Connecticut -- 8 11 -- 19 6 25
Delaware -- 2 1 -- 3 -- 3
Dist. of Col. -- -- 2 4 -- 6 1 7
Florida 3,423 228 814 833 -- 5,298 2,155 7,453
Georgia -- 17 88 38 -- 143 4 147
Hawaii -- -- -- -- -- --
Idaho -- 2 -- 2 -- 2
Illinois -- 32 28 -- 60 9 69
Indiana -- 13 11 -- 24 5 29
Iowa -- 9 4 13 1 14
Kansas -- 4 3 -- 7 -- 7
Kentucky -- 5 14 -- 19 3 22
Louisiana -- 29 10 -- 39 2 41
Maine -- 7 4 -- 11 -- 11
Maryland -- 7 11 -- 18 -- 18
Massachusetts -- 13 9 -- 22 5 27
Michigan -- 5 10 -- 15 7 22
Minnesota -- 9 4 -- 13 -- 13
Mississippi -- 22 12 -- 34 1 35
Missouri -- 17 7 -- 24 -- 24
Montana -- -- 2 -- -- 2 2
Nebraska -- 2 2 -- 4 4
Nevada -- -- 2 3 -- 5 -- 5
New Hampshire -- 1 3 4 2 6
New Jersey -- 12 20 -- 32 16 48
New Mexico -- -- 5 1 -- 6 1 7
New York -- 55 61 -- 116 39 155
North Carolina -- 25 26 -- 51 2 53
North Dakota -- 1 1 -- 2 -- 2
Ohio -- 22 35 -- 57 8 65
Oklahoma -- 11 6 -- 17 -- 17
Oregon -- -- 3 2 -- 5 -- 5
Pennsylvania -- 38 37 -- 75 15 90
Rhode Island -- -- 1 3 -- 4 -- 4
South Carolina -- 32 20 -- 52 -- 52



83










TABLE 17 (Continued)




State FICUS FAMU FSU UF USF State U. Priv. Total
System DGI
South Dakota -- 6 -- -- 6 1 7
Tennessee -- 34 24 -- 58 1 59
Texas -- 35 24 -- 59 -- 59
Utah -- 4 -- -- 4 -- 4
Vermont -- 2 1 -- 3 1 4
Virginia -- 24 11 -- 35 3 38
Washington -- -- 2 5 -- 7 -- 7
West Virginia -- 6 10 -- 16 3 19
Wisconsin -- 9 7 -- 16 1 17
Wyoming -- -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 1


Total 3,423 246 1,496 1,376 -- 6,541 2,303 8,844


Canal Zone -- -- 1 1 -- 2 -- 2
Guam -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico -- 4 4 -- 8 -- 8
Other Countries -- 76 144 -- 220 46 266
Unclassified -- -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 1


GRAND TOTAL 3,423 246 1,577 1,526 -- 6,772 2,349 9,121

























84







GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT
IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

Alaska 3 (By State)




SH 1 "- ---S* DA \K

S"2---rO. 7 ..17 MICH 1
/ "- HND IOWA 290g



1U4 ILL 65 P-
5 U 29 .\,, N "38 13


CALIF \ OI CLO- 69 ?r *. 192V
9 KANSAS MO 22 K-y
/ W*-* 2 / L--L--.----^17. _- / *-''' 53






-7-.- -- T..--..rENN7. r ---
\ 5 U AH ... .... ". 29 K 7 "38 "^ -18




SARI OKLA- A -S.- C
I 1 I AR "
-_R MEX 17 7 \ G 52
3 7 1'" 1 GA.
_) L 147


S41

Unclassified I
Tlorda 97,45
Other States and DC 1,391
Canal Zone 2
Puerto Rico 8
Other Countries 266 .. o
Unclassified 1
Total 9,121
TD(A*






GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT
IN THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
Alaska 3 (By State)

7I ----.- ..... r",,
7 J T . ..-.--- L .
O4 / fo N. DAK.
2' ,
N *-*YO-.... N.. 000 72
5 WIS. 22
--'-.. I 2 I N *D 13 v { r < l lo; 2
S- .. DAK. 13 6 -,
SWYO. !- 6 ,-- 16 --- -
I/ ...
S NEV -r---- --- NEI \



3 .... ". .. "-" 5 c .
8EBRO. 1 71

\ i i .--


.. 3 6 17 .2 District of
Oh e t--t ,U, 24 1"2u.
00 CAUI L) 60 A i G p,





S--19-- 143
",, TEs \ ../ T \ ^._. .-\
A. A ,.---- TEf N



Florida 5,298
Other States and DC 1,243
Canal Zone 2
Other Countries 220 -'of
Unclassified 1
Total 6,772