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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
        Page v
        Page vi
        Page vii
        Page viii
        Page ix
    Changes and additions
        Page x
        Page xi
    Table of Contents
        Page xi
    List of Tables
        Page xii
        Page xiii
        Page xiv
    Maps and graphs
        Page xv
        Page xvi
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    Principal findings in enrollments, fall 1963
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    Distribution of total college-grade enrollment in all institutions of higher learning in Florida
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    Density of college student population
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    First-time-in-college enrollment
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    Graduate student enrollment
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    Trends in college-grade enrollment, 1957-1963
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    Addendum: In-migration and out-migration of college students
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Board of Control, Tallahassee
EDUCATION LIBRARY
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
378 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

FALL 1963









EDUCATION LIBRARY
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA







April 10, 1964

Board of Control

Tallahassee, Florida





















THE BOARD OF CONTROL



BAYA M. HARRISON, JR.
Chairman
St. Petersburg


GERT H. 17. SCHMIDT
Vice Chairman
Jacksonville


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


JOHN C. PACE
Pensacola


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


CHESTER E. WHITTLE
Orlando


JAMES LAWRENCE KING
Hiami




J. B. CULPEPPER
Executive Director
Tallahassee





















PREFACE


This report of the fall 1963 enrollment in the institutions

of higher learning in Florida is the seventh 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

initiated. The last section of the report summarizes the data over

a seven-year period, making reference to the earlier volumes unnecessary.


Sincere appreciation is expressed to the officials of the co-

operating 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.


John W. Sutton

Research Associate










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LIST OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS


The following symbols and abbreviations are used throughout this report:


A M Agricultural and Mechanical

Co. County

Col. College

Com. Community

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 or J.C. Junior College

Priv. Private

Pub. Public

U. or Univ. University

UF University of Florida

USF -University of South Florida









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LOCATIONS OF FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING






26 LO
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1728 1 .
53 14



SFlo rida A M UniversityI




Tallahassee 2 1
7._ 7 VOSAO
12 4 32
KEY: ',It _" 7i 132

State University System -''5 "t3'
-.1i i 20 53 W
1 Florida A t M University "3' 4i 51
Tallahassee 42
12 4 47
2 Florida State University 30 'U 50 51
Tallahassee 41 "- 52- -
22 1
3 University of Florida 22u \ 2 11.
Gainesville 44t. 1 .-.

4 University of South Florida 25
Tampa 27

5 Florida Institute for Continuing 0
University Studies 18
Headquarters in Tallahassee
23
34
Public Community Junior Colleges 369 53
39
6 Brevard Junior College 9
Cocoa

7 Central Florida Junior College o
Ocala S


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Public Community Junior Colleges (Continued)

8 Chipola Junior College
Marianna

9 Collier-Blocker Junior College
Palatka

10 Daytona Beach Junior College
Daytona Beach

11 Edison Junior College
Ft. Myers

12 Gibbs Junior College
St. Petersburg

13 Gulf Coast Junior College
Panama City

14 Hampton Junior College
Ocala

15 Indian River Junior College
Ft. Pierce

16 Jackson Junior College
Marianna

17 Johnson Junior College
Leesburg

18 Junior College of Broward County
Ft. Lauderdale

19 Lake City Junior College & Forest Ranger Sdhool
Lake City

20 Lake-Sumter Junior College
Leesburg

21 Lincoln Junior College
Ft. Pierce

22 Manatee Junior College
Bradenton

23 Miami-Dade Junior College
Miami



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Public Community Junior Colleges (Continued)

24 North Florida Junior College
Madison

25 Palm Beach Junior College
Lake Worth

26 Pensacola Junior College
Pensacola

27 Roosevelt Junior College
West Palm Beach

28 Rosenwald Junior College
Panama City

29 St. Johns River Junior College
Palatka

30 St. Petersburg Junior College
St. Petersburg

31 Suwannee River Junior College
Madison

32 Volusia County Community Junior College
Daytona Beach

33 Washington Junior College
Pensacola


Private Degree-Granting Institutions

34 Barry College
Miami

35 Bethune-Cookman College
Daytona Beach

36 Biscayne College
Opa-Locka

37 Brevard Engineering College
Melbourne

38 Edward Waters College
Jacksonville



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Private Degree-Granting Institutions (Continued)

39 Embry Riddle Aeronautical Institute
Miami

40 Florida Memorial College
St. Augustine

41 Florida Presbyterian College
St. Petersburg

42 Florida Southern College
Lakeland

43 Jacksonville University
Jacksonville

44 Ringling School of Art
Sarasota

45 Rollins College
Winter Park

46 Saint Leo College
St. Leo

47 South-Eastern Bible College
Lakeland

48 Stetson University
DeLand

49 University of Miami
Coral Gables

50 University of Tampa
Tampa

51 Webber College
Babson Park


Private Junior Colleges

52 Florida College
Temple Terrace, Tampa

53 Jones College
Jacksonville-Orlando-Miami


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Private Junior Colleges (Continued

54 Marymount College
Boca Raton

55 Orlando Junior College
Orlando

















































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CHANGES AND ADDITIONS


Four Florida institutions of higher learning have changed

their names since the fall of 1962. Dade County Junior College is

now Miami-Dade Junior College,. Florida Normal and Industrial Memorial-

College has shortened its name to Florida Memorial College. Florida

Christian College changed to Florida College. And Jones Business

College has become Jones College.


St. Leo College is no longer a junior college. Students

enrolled in St. Leo College are in degree programs, and they will

get their bachelor's degrees at St. Leo. That institution is there-

fore listed in this report as a private degree-granting institution.


Two new institutions have been added to the Florida scene

during the past year. Biscayne College began classes on its own

campus at Opa-Locka in September of 1963, although the first class

of Biscayne College attended classes at Barry College during the 1962-

63 school year. Biscayne College is a private degree-granting Catholic

institution for men.


Marymount College opened for classes in Boca Raton in the fall

of 1963. Marymount is a Catholic junior college for women.


Three other institutions are participating in this study for

the first time, though they are not new. These are Ringling School



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of Art, South-Eastern Bible College and Jones College.


Carver Junior College was discontinued at the close of

the 1962-63 academic year.


The number of institutions listed in this report is fifty-

five. This is a net increase of four over the number of institutions

which participated in the Fall 1962 enrollment study.






































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CONTENTS

Page

PREFACE. . .. . . .. . iii

LIST OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS . . . iv

CHANGES AND ADDITIONS. . . . .... ix

PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENTS, FALL 1963. ... 1

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

DENSITY OF COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION . . 26

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT . . . 50

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT . . . .. 79

TRENDS IN COLLEGE-GRADE ENROLLMENT, 1957-1963 . .. 93

IN-MIGRATION AND OUT-MIGRATION OF COLLEGE
STUDENTS . .. . . . 111




























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TABLES


Table Number Page

1 Enrollment in All Institutions of Higher Learning . 5

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

3 Distribution of On-Campus Florida Students
Among Florida Institutions of Higher Learning. . 19

4 Distribution of On-Campus Out-of-State Students
Among Florida Institutions of Higher Learning . 19

5 Distribution of All On-Campus Students Among Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning. . .. . 20

6 Distribution of On-Campus Florida College-Grade
Students (by County) . . . .. . 21

7 Total College-Grade, On-Campus Enrollment, All
Florida Institutions of Higher Learning (by State) . 39

8 Distribution of First-Time-in-College On-Campus Florida
Students Among Florida Institutions of Higher Learning .54

9 Distribution of First-Time-in-College On-Campus Out-of-State
Students Among Florida Institutions of Higher Learning 54

10 Distribution of All First-Time-in-College On-Campus
Students Among Florida Institutions of Higher Learning 55

11 First-Time-in-College On-Campus Enrollment of
Florida Students (by County) . . . 56

12 Number of Students Graduated from Florida Public
High Schools (by County) . . ... 60

13 First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students
in Florida Institutions of Higher Learning (by County) .63

14 Percent Number of First-Time-in-College Students Is of
Number of Students Graduated from High School (by County). 72






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TABLES (Continued)


Table Number. Page

15 First-Time-in-College Enrollment in All Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning (by State) .. .. 75

16 Enrollment of Florida On-Campus Graduate Students in
Florida Institutions of Higher Learning (by County). 82

17 On-Campus Graduate Student Enrollment in Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning (by State) . 88

18 Comparison of On-Campus Enrollments in Florida Colleges
and Universities by Type of Institution and by
Year Since and Including 1957. . . . 101

19 On-Campus Enrollments in Florida Institutions of
Higher Learning, Fall 1957 Fall 1963 . . 102

20 First-Time-in-College Enrollments 1957-1963 by Institution. 104

21 Total College-Grade Enrollments 1957-1963 by Institution. 108

22 Composition of On-Campus Enrollment in Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning by In-State
and Out-of-State Students, Fall 1963 . . 115

23 Enrollments of Out-of-State On-Campus Students In Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning, Fall 1957-Fall 1963 116

24 Percent of On-Campus Enrollments Composed of Out-of-State
Students, Fall 1957-Fall 1963. . . 117

25 Percent of On-Campus Undergraduate Students in Florida's
State Universities Who Are from Out of the State,
Fall 1959-Fall 1963 .. . . . 118

26 Percent of On-Campus Graduate Students in Florida's
State Universities Who Are from Out of the State,
Fall 1959-Fall 1963 . . .. . ....... 118

27 Enrollments of Out-of-State On-Campus Students in
Florida's State Universities, Fall 1959-Fall 1963. 119






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TABLES (Continued)


Table Number Page

28 Percent of Out-of-State On-Campus Enrollments in
Florida's State Universities Which Were Under-
Graduate Students and Which Were Graduate Students,
Fall 1959-Fall 1963 . . . ... 120

29 Florida Residents Attending Institutions of Higher
Learning Outside Florida, Fall 1963 . .. .. 121










































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MAPS AND GRAPHS


Page
Locations of Florida Institutions of Higher Learning . v

Distribution of Total College-Grade Enrollment Among
Florida Institutions of Higher Learning (Graph) . 17

Distribution of On-Campus College-Grade Students Among
Florida Institutions of Higher Learning (Graphs). . 18

On-Campus Enrollment of Florida Students in All Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning (by County) . . 24

Percent of On-Campus Enrollment in All Florida
Colleges and Universities Contributed by Each County . 25

Density of On-Campus Student Population (by County). . 30

Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida A & M University
(by County) . . . . . 31

Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida State University 32

Enrollment of Florida Students in the University of Florida
(by County) . .... . . . 33

Enrollment of Florida Students in the University of South
Florida (by County) . . . . ..... 34

Enrollment of Florida Students in the Florida Institute
for Continuing University Studies (by County) .. .. 35

Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida Public Junior
Colleges (by County) . . . .. ... 36

Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida Private Degree-
Granting Institutions (by County) . . .. .. 37

Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida Private Junior
Colleges (by County) . . . 38

Enrollment in Florida Institutions of Higher Learning (by State) 42





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MAPS AND GRAPHS (Continued)


Page
Enrollment in Florida A & M University (by State) . 43

Enrollment in Florida State University (by State) . 44

Enrollment in the University of Florida (by State). . .... 45

Enrollment in the University of South Florida (by State). ... 46

Enrollment in Florida Public Junior Colleges (by State) . 47

Enrollment in Florida Private Degree-Granting Institutions
(by State) . . . . . . 48

Enrollment in Florida Private Junior Colleges (by State). . 49

First-Time-in-College On-Campus Enrollment of Florida
Students in All Florida Institutions of Higher
Learning (by County) . . . .... 59

Number of Students Graduated from Florida Public High
Schools, Spring 1963, (by County). . . . .. 62

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students in
Florida A & M University (by County) . . .. 65

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students
in Florida State University (by County) . .. .. 66

First-Time-In-College Enrollment of Florida Students in the
University of Florida (by County). . . . ... 67

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students in the
University of South Florida (by County). . . ... 68

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students in
Florida Public Junior Colleges (by County) . ... 69

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students
in Florida Private Degree-Granting Institutions (by County). 70

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students
in Florida Private Junior Colleges (by County) ....... 71





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MAPS AND GRAPHS (Continued)


Page
Percent that the Number of Florida First-Time-in-College
Students Is of the Number of 1963 Graduates of Florida
Public High Schools (by County) . . . 74

First-Time-in-College Enrollment in All Florida Institutions
of Higher Learning (by State) . . ... .. 78

On-Campus Enrollment of Florida Graduate Students in
Florida Institutions of Higher Learning (by County) . 84

On-Campus Enrollment of Florida Graduate Students in the
State University System (by County) . . . 85

Enrollment of Florida Graduate Students in the Florida
Institute for Continuing University Studies (by County) 86

On-Campus Enrollment of Florida Graduate Students in Florida
Private Degree-Granting Institutions (by County) ..... 87

On-Campus Enrollment of Graduate Students in Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning (by State) . ... 90

On-Campus Enrollment of Graduate Students in the
State University System (by State) . . 91

On-Campus Enrollment of Graduate Students in Florida Private
Degree-Granting Institutions (by State) . .. .. 92

Distribution of All On-Campus Students Among
Florida Institutions of Higher Learning,
Fall 1957-Fall 1963 (Graph) . . . 103

Distribution of All First-Time-in-College On-Campus Students
Among Florida Institutions of Higher Learning, Fall 1957-
Fall 1963 (Graph) ..... . . . 107












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PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENTS

FALL 1963




























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PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENT

FALL 1963


For the first time the enrollment of college grade students in

Florida institutions of higher learning exceeded 100,000. At the open-

ing of the 1963-64 college year 107,863 students were attending classes

in the fifty-five colleges, universities and institutes in the State.

This was a gain of 14,964 (16.1%) over the 92,899 students of the pre-

vious year. The on-campus enrollment in the fall of 1963 was 101,993,

an increase of 14,070 (16.0%) over the fall 1962 on-campus enrollment

of 87,923. The off-campus enrollment rose from 4,976 in the fall of

1962 to 5,870 (a gain of 894, or 18.0%).


Public Institutions. There were 76,489 students (70.9% of the

total) enrolled in Florida's 33 public institutions of higher learning.

Of these, 37,998 were registered in components of the State University

System. The on-campus enrollment in the four state universities was

33,348 (32.7% of the total on-campus enrollment of Florida).


The total enrollments in the State University System institutions

were: Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University 2,884; Florida

State University 11,162; University of Florida 14,810; University

of South Florida 4,593; Florida Institute for Continuing University

Studies 4,549.


Florida's 28 public junior colleges began the 1963 fall semester


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with 38,491 college-level students. This represented 35.7% of the

total college enrollment in Florida. These were all on-campus

students, and they represented 37.7% of the on-campus enrollment

in Florida's institutions of higher learning.


Private Institutions. The 22 private institutions of higher

learning in Florida enrolled 31,374 students (29.1% of the total).

The off-campus enrollment of the private institutions was 1,220.

There were 3,080 students enrolled in the four private junior colleges.


The enrollments of the five institutions appearing in this

report for the first time were: Biscayne College 51; Ringling

School of Art 342; South-Eastern Bible College 247; Jones College -

1,094; Marymount College 91; total 1,825. This represents 1.7% of

the total college enrollment of Florida. The three degree-granting

institutions (Biscayne College, Ringling School of Art and South-

Eastern Bible College) had a total enrollment of 640, which represented

2.3% of the enrollment in Florida private degree-granting institutions.

The two junior colleges (Jones College and Marymount College) accounted

for 1,185 (38.5%) of the private junior college enrollment.


Composition of Enrollment. Of the 107,863 college students in

Florida, 27,863 (25.8%) were in college for the first time. The grad-

uate student enrollment was 10,331 (9.6% of the total).


There were 87,764 residents of Florida enrolled as on-campus

students in Florida institutions of higher learning. These represented


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86.0% of the total on-campus enrollment. The on-campus enrollment

of students from other states and territories and from foreign

countries totaled 14,229 (14.0%). This is an increase of 5.8%

over the 13,455 out-of-state students who were in residence on Florida

campuses in the fall of 1962.1


Distribution of Florida Students. Sixteen percent of the

Florida counties provided 77.0% (67,582) of the on-campus Florida

students. These 11 counties were Dade 22,753; Pinellas 7,028;

Hillsborough 6,013; Duval 5,795; Broward 5,054; Orange 4,725;

Palm Beach 4,289; Brevard 3,508; Escambia 3,192; Volusia 2,739;

Leon 2,486.


There were four major source areas of college students in Florida.

These were Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties in southeast Florida,

with a total college student population of 30,550; Orange, Brevard,

and Volusia counties in east central Florida, in which 10,972 students

resided; Pinellas and Hillsborough counties in west central Florida, the

homes of 13,041 students; Duval County, where 5,795 students lived.






1The United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare
has issued a table of summary data which resulted from an as-yet un-
published survey of residence and migration of college students in
1963. This table shows that in the fall of 1963 Florida had a net
out-migration of 8,612 students. This means that 22,841 Florida
residents were attending college out of the State (in-migration of
14,229 plus net out-migration of 8,612).




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TABLE 1

ENROLLMENT IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING



On-Campus Enrollmentl Off-Campus
Instition Enrollment Total
Institution First Time Graduate Terminal Total On- College Grade Graduate Enroll-
Florida Non-Florida in College Programs Programs Campus Courses5 Programs ment
State U.
System 28,546 4,802 6,195 3,782 65 33,348 4,650 4,404 37,998

FAEU 2,681 203 511 269 65 2,884 2,884

FSU 8,980 2,081 1,922 1,669 11,061 101 101 11,162

UF 12,440 2,370 2,809 1,844 14,810 14,810

USF 4,445 148 953 4,593 4,593

FICUS 4,549 4,303 4,549

Public JC 37.329 1.162 13.888 5,260 38,491 38.491

Priv. DGI 19.077 7,997 5,896 2,145 193 27,074 1,220 28.294

Priv. JC 2,812 268 1,884 686 3.080 3 080

TOTAL 87,764 14,229 27,863 5,927 6,204 101,993 5,870 4,404 107,863


1 Includes all students in one or more courses for credit which are given on campus.
2 Includes all students who have not been enrolled in any other college or university.
3 Includes all students enrolled in graduate programs, except that law and medical students are not included.
4 Includes all students who are enrolled in terminal or technical programs.
5 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. Fifty-eight and

nine-tenths percent of the on-campus students were men, and 53.6% of the

off-campus students were men. Of the total enrollment of 107,863, there

were 63,206 men (58.6%) and 44,657 women (41.4%).


There were 66,292 students enrolled in the twenty-two degree-

granting institutions and FICUS (60,422 on campus and 5,870 off campus).

Fifty-seven and three-tenths percent (37,998) of these students were en-

rolled in components of the State University System (33,348 on campus

and 4,650 off campus, the latter including the 4,549 FICUS students).

Forty-two and seven-tenths percent of the students of degree-granting

institutions were enrolled in the 18 private degree-granting colleges and

universities (27,074 on campus and 1,220 off campus).


Junior colleges enrolled 41,571 students, all of whom were on

campus. Ninety-two and six-tenths percent of these students (38,491)

were in public junior colleges and 7.4% (3,080) were in private junior

colleges.


The distribution of all students among the types of institutions

is shown by the graph on page 17. The graphs on page 18 illustrate


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the distribution of Florida students and out-of-state students.


Year-by-year percentages of enrollments of Florida students, non-

Florida students, and all students are shown in Tables 3, 4 and 5. Table

6 shows the distribution of the 87,764 Florida on-campus students by

county 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

24. The enrollments from each county are shown as percentages of the

total on the map on page 25.


The density of the Florida college student population is discussed

on pages 27 through 29 and is shown by county on the map on page 30.


The maps on pages 31 through 38 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 42 through 49 show the same kind

of information by state of origin of the students.


















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TABLE 2

ENROLLMENT IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

FALL 1963

By Type of Institution and.Sex of Student

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

Florida A & M University
Men 1,356 267 0 64
Women 1,528 244 0 1
Total 2,884 511 0 65

Florida State University
Men 5,750 800 100 0
Women 5,311 1,122 1 0
Total 11,061 1,922 101 0

University of Florida
Men 10,387 1,740 0 0
Women 4,423 1,069 0 0
Total 14,810 2,809 0 0

University of South Florida
Men 2,658 537 0 0
Women 1,935 416 0 0
Total 4,593 953 0 0

Fla. Inst. for Cont. U. Studies
Men 0 0 1,970 0
Women 0 0 2,579 0
Total 0 0 4,549 0

Total University System
Men 20,151 3,344 2,070 64
Women 13,197 2,851 2,580 1
Total 33,348 6,195 4,650 65


PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

Brevard Junior College
Men 1,442 488 0 248
Women 661 256 0 158
Total 2,103 744 0 406

Central Florida Junior College
Men 556 209 0 87
Women 306 162 0 64
Total 862 371 0 151


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TABLE 2 (Continued)

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

Chipola Junior College
Men 498 213 0 24
Women 249 112 0 32
Total 747 325 0 56

Collier-Blocker Junior College
Men 18 7 0 0
Women 45 26 0 0
Total 63 33 0 0

Daytona Beach Junior College
Men 730 267 0 118
Women 620 218 0 92
Total 1,350 485 0 210

Edison Junior College
Men 354 166 0 73
Women 320 144 0 78
Total 674 310 0 151

Gibbs Junior College
Men 255 121 0 0
Women 451 183 0 65
Total 706 304 0 65

Gulf Coast Junior College
Men 588 230 0 64
Women 299 133 0 70
Total 887 363 0 134

Hampton Junior College
Men 95 60 0 16
Women 159 73 0 23
Total 254 133 0 39

Indian River Junior College
Men 317 125 0 29
Women 300 81 0 1
Total 617 206 0 30

Jackson Junior College
Men 29 15 0 0
Women 61 35 0 0
Total 90 50 0 0

Johnson Junior College
Men 88 44 0 1
Women 207 68 0 22
Total 295 112 0 23


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TABLE 2 (Continued)

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

Junior College of Broward County
Men 1,443 646 0 113
Women 1,007 468 0 137
Total 2,450 1,114 0 250

Lake City Junior College and
Forest Ranger School
Men 303 138 0 70
Women 188 96 0 10
Total 491 234 0 80

Lake-Sumter Junior College
Men 215 100 0 18
Women 187 54 0 8
Total 402 154 0 26

Lincoln Junior College
Men 37 15 0 14
Women 88 38 0 1
Total 125 53 0 15

Manatee Junior College
Men 851 298 0 126
Women 576 179 0 139
Total 1,427 477 0 265

Miami-Dade Junior College
Men 5,546 1,718 0 1,101
Women 5,515 1,131 0 607
Total 11,061 2,849 0 1,708

North Florida Junior College
Men 321 149 0 15
Women 193 93 0 20
Total 514 242 0 35

Palm Beach Junior College
Men 1,732 583 0 260
Women 1,352 557 0 385
Total 3,084 1,140 0 645

Pensacola Junior College
Men 2,025 722 0 93
Women 1,073 434 0 106
Total 3,098 1,156 0 199




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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 43 22 0 0
Women 139 74 0 15
Total 182 96 0 15

Rosenwald Junior College
Men 56 29 0 0
Women 55 36 0 6
Total 111 65 0 6

St. Johns River Junior College
Men 649 306 0 17
Women 333 128 0 15
Total 982 434 0 32

St. Petersburg Junior College
Men 3,117 1,183 0 204
Women 1,919 819 0 382
Total 5,036 2,002 0 586

Suwannee River Junior College
Men 66 40 0 0
Women 166 79 0 16
Total 232 119 0 16

Volusia County Community Jr. College
Men 153 63 0 43
Women 259 119 0 55
Total 412 182 0 98

Washington Junior College
Men 93 54 0 8
Women 143 81 0 11
Total 236 135 0 19

Total, Public Junior Colleges
Men 21,620 8,011 0 2,742
Women 16,871 5,877 0 2,518
Total 38,491 13,888 0 5,260


PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

Barry College
Men 81 0 0 0
Women 767 204 0 0
Total 848 204 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 318 97 0 0
Women 513 135 0 0
Total 831 232 0 0

Biscayne College
Men 51 27 0 0
Women 0 0 0 0
Total 51 27 0 0

Brevard Engineering College
Men 745 95 0 0
Women 27 6 0 0
Total 772 101 0 0

Edward Waters College
Men 241 104 50 14
Women 378 95 57 13
Total 619 199 107 27

Embry Riddle Aeronautical
Institute
Men 208 40 0 18
Women 2 0 0 0
Total 210 40 0 18

Florida Memorial College
Men 107 13 0 0
Women 270 46 0 0
Total 377 59 0 0

Florida Presbyterian College
Men 289 93 0 0
Women 300 104 0 0
Total 589 197 0 0

Florida Southern College
Men 961 304 91 0
Women 796 318 0 0
Total 1,757 622 91 0

Jacksonville University
Men 1,434 432 0 2
Women 776 305 0 56
Total 2,210 737 0 58



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TABLE 2 (Continued)

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

Ringling School of Art
Men 188 78 0 0
Women 154 76 0 0
Total 342 154 0 0

Rollins College
Men 1,409 195 412 0
Women 726 153 59 0
Total 2,135 348 471 0

Saint Leo College
Men 315 190 0 0
Women 89 38 0 0
Total 404 228 0 0

South-Eastern Bible College
Men 130 57 0 0
Women 117 63 0 0
Total 247 120 0 0

Stetson University
Men 1,148 214 0 0
Women 933 220 0 0
Total 2,081 434 0 0

University of Miami
Men 7,436 1,007 0 0
Women 4,131 645 0 0
Total 11,567 1,652 0 0

University of Tampa
Men 1,275 311 526 0
Women 669 186 25 0
Total 1,944 497 551 0

Webber College
Men 0 0 0 0
Women 90 45 0 90
Total 90 45 0 90

Total, Private Degree-
Granting Institutions
Men 16,336 3,257 1,079 34
Women 10,738 2,639 141 159
Total 27,074 5,896 1,220 193



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TABLE 2 (Continued)

On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES Enrollment Students Off-Campus Students

Florida College
Men 182 92 0 6
Women 103 53 0 0
Total 285 145 0 6

Jones College

Jacksonville Division
Men 442 511 0 31
Women 203 74 0 145
Total 645 585 0 176

Orlando Division
Men 186 172 0 18
Women 141 129 0 105
Total 327 301 0 123

Miami Division
Men 47 17 0 47
Women 75 33 0 70
Total 122 50 0 117

Total Jones College
Men 675 700 0 96
Women 419 236 0 320
Total 1,094 936 0 416

Marymount College
Men 0 0 0 0
Women 91 83 0 54
Total 91 83 0 54

Orlando Junior College
Men 1,093 436 0 45
Women 517 284 0 165
Total 1,610 720 0 210

Total, Private Junior Colleges
Men 1,950 1,228 0 147
Women 1,130 656 0 539
Total 3,080 1,884 0 686








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TABLE 2 (Continued)

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

Men 36,487 6,601 3,149 98
Women 23,935 5,490 2,721 160
Total 60,422 12,091 5,870 258

TOTAL, JUNIOR COLLEGES

Men 23,570 9,239 0 2,889
Women 18,001 6,533 0 3,057
Total 41,571 15,772 0 5,946

TOTAL, ALL INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING

Men 60,057 15,840 3,149 2,987
Women 41,936 12,023 2,721 3,217
Total 101,993 27,863 5,870 6,204

























* Includes FICUS. FICUS does not grant degrees, but regular FICUS students are
taking FICUS-administered courses as parts of degree programs for which they are
enrolled in the state universities.








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DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL COLLEGE-GRADE ENROLLMENT
AMONG FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING













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DISTRIBUTION OF ON-CAMPUS COLLEGE-GRADE STUDENTS
AMONG FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING



3.2%














1.9%
State I I I I 33.7% -
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Out-of-State Students

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TABLE 3

DISTRIBUTION OF ON-CAMPUS FLORIDA STUDENTS
AMONG FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING


Fall State University Public Junior Private Degree- Private Junior
of System Colleges Granting Institutions Colleges

1957 46.0% 13.3% 37.9% 2.9% 100.1%

1958 43.3 18.6 34.6 3.5 100.0

1959 40.8 21.5 33.9 3.8 100.0

1960 41.5 27.4 28.8 2.3 100.0

1961 38.5 32.8 26.4 2.3 100.0

1962 38.7 36.2 23.0 2.1 100.0

1963 32.5 42.5 21.7 3.2 99.9





TABLE 4

DISTRIBUTION OF ON-CAMPUS OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTS
AMONG FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING


Fall State University Public Junior Private Degree- Private Junior
of System Colleges Granting Institutions Colleges

1957 30.0% 1.6% 66.4% 2.0% 100.1%

1958 31.5 2.0 64.1 2.4 100.0

1959 32.9 3.0 61.7 2.4 100.0

1960 31.3 2.9 63.5 2.3 100.0

1961 31.2 4.8 61.2 2.8 100.0

1962 32.3 6.9 58.8 2.0 100.0

1963 33.7 8.2 56.2 1.9 100.0




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TABLE 5

DISTRIBUTION OF ALL ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS
AMONG FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER LEARNING



Fall State University Public Junior Private Degree- Private Junior
of System Colleges Granting Institutions Colleges

1957 43.0% 11.1% 43.3% 2.7% 100.1%

1958 40.3 17.1 39.3 3.3 100.0

1959 39.5 18.3 38.7 3.5 100.0

1960 39.7 23.2 34.8 2.3 100.0

1961 37.3 28.2 32.2 2.3 100.0

1962 37.4 31.6 28.9 2.1 100.0

1963 32.7 37.7 26.5 3.0 99.9

































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TABLE 6

DISTRIBUTION OF ON-CAMPUS FLORIDA COLLEGE-GRADE STUDENTS, BY COUNTY


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

Alachua 39 77 1,141 12 1,269 280 92 12 1,653
Baker 1 2 14 -- 17 41 3 1 62
Bay 27 160 65 4 264 361 42 1 1,168
Bradford 4 8 58 1 71 38 27 3 139
Brevard 20 167 313 24 524 2,077 833 24 3,508
Broward 94 546 871 51 1,562 2,679 797 16 5,054
Calhoun 10 35 14 -- 59 65 3 -- 127
Charlotte 2 10 18 12 42 80 11 5 138
Citrus 5 8 23 1 37 54 15 -- 106
Clay 3 21 57 1 82 131 42 21 276
Collier 2 24 33 14 73 78 23 1 175
Columbia 16 65 53 1 135 251 18 1 405
Dade 269 1,233 2,486 149 4,137 10,544 7,948 124 22,753
DeSoto 6 20 14 5 45 14 22 4 85
Dixie 1 4 G -- 13 12 5 -- 30
Duval 293 769 1,196 32 2,290 509 2,527 469 5,795
Escambia 92 269 183 6 550 2,591 50 1 3,192
Flagler -- 8 13 -- 21 39 6 -- 66
Franklin 11 22 2 -- 35 13 2 -- 50
Gadsden 123 132 17 1 273 55 34 1 363
Gilchrist 3 15 -- 18 27 1 1 47
Glades -- -- 2 -- 2 1 1 1 5
Gulf 14 27 6 -- 47 84 7 2 140
HWmilton 8 13 12 -- 33 70 5 -- 108
Hardee 2 16 32 21 71 18 18 9 116
Hendry 6 5 20 2 33 22 17 -- 72
Hernando 6 16 20 23 65 20 17 4 106
Highlands 10 27 52 18 107 23 34 10 174
Hillsborough 134 418 664 2,772 3,988 768 1,156 101 6,013






TABLE 6 (Continued)



County FAMU FSU UF USF State U Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
System JC DGI JC
Holmes 5 24 14 -- 43 66 2 -- 111
Indian River 16 40 64 6 126 142 46 6 320
Jackson 30 104 43 4 131 373 22 2 578
Jefferson 36 40 9 -- 85 99 12 1 197
Lafayette 1 5 7 -- 13 20 -- -- 33
Lake 21 88 163 40 312 525 104 37 978
Lee 10 75 126 66 277 531 87 8 903
Leon 651 1,576 82 4 2,313 144 27 2 2,486
Levy -- 20 48 1 69 54 9 7 139
Liberty 4 5 3 -- 12 6 2 -- 20
Madison 43 44 23 -- 110 220 10 -- 340
Manatee 23 130 154 40 347 749 57 5 1,158
IIsrion 47 76 203 8 334 630 56 8 1,028
r Martin 13 12 38 1 64 72 15 8 159
Ionroe 10 26 67 11 114 51 59 6 230
Nassau 10 36 21 1 68 25 55 5 153
Okaloosa 11 144 96 1 252 219 8 5 484
Okeechobee -- 7 13 -- 20 26 7 -- 53
Orange 78 369 766 75 1,288 167 1,787 1,483 4,725
Osceola 1 24 42 12 79 2 20 31 132
Palm Beach 108 342 582 28 1,060 2,878 330 21 4,289
Pasco 8 33 41 107 189 35 112 9 345
Pinellas 79 580 888 508 2,055 4,372 562 39 7,023
Polk 87 296 375 268 1,026 286 619 34 1,965
Putnam 24 34 82 -- 140 372 41 8 561
St. Johns 16 39 70 -- 125 194 106 14 439
St. Lucie 24 55 87 8 174 503 63 3 743
Santa Rosa 15 42 35 1 93 368 2 1 464
Sarasota 3 183 250 61 502 629 109 5 1,245
Seminole 17 57 107 10 191 62 81 198 532
Sumter 4 9 26 6 45 127 10 2 184




/







TABLE 6 (Continued)



County FAMU FSU UF USF State U Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
System JC DGI JC
Suwannee 10 38 44 -- 92 117 25 3 237
Taylor 12 25 30 -- 67 121 7 1 196
Union -- 3 16 1 20 34 3 -- 57
Volusia 37 186 376 25 624 1,508 580 27 2,739
Uakulla 9 25 5 -- 39 3 2 -- 44
Talton 5 33 26 1 65 46 7 -- 118
Washington 10 42 16 1 69 103 4 -- 176
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- 5 223 21 249

Total 2,681 3,900 12,440 4,445 28,546 37,329 19,077 2,812 87,764


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ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN ALL
FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By County)







tIt -w -,41M, ; 'C "'-- 139
464 484 \., 5P... 153
118 17 L 3 0'" 5,795
17 / -in 6\ //'^*40~ ,5 4
,.-- .127 *" 9 486 .19.r 3 6 2
V., -- A ...11A 6o 2
3,192 ,168 6 1 5 27' 439
40 F 0, ...O .
30 30 t71 1,653 561 F
19/ 139 --"
1 1,028
, 73
106 i97--f' r'
106 4,725

345 !'
-. \132 i 3,508
7,028 3 1,965
-< -" ',, .320
Unclassified 249 0.- -\- 1 .
1158i 116 i 53 743
Total 87,764 .iT"o .
1,245 85 / \159
138 5
721 4,289
903 nri i

175 5,054

,22,753
230







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PERCENT OF ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN ALL FLORIDA
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES CONTRIBUTED BY EACH COUNTY











.53 .55 13 1 -..66( .22 NAS6
E\'s, o.. ,l .-G-I\7" ..A TO--- j-^ii2 6 260
.20 .239 412

/;71 .02\ o5 .22 i 27 46., "
4 1.33 0.164 0- .31 5
*. 6 6 .6 0
2 '0. 03 5i1.88 i.64 41R


1.6; 211 ..1
.'3. 1 .17 --".'

S.1 2. .1
S.12 5.38 2
.39 '0 iA ",.

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~ .85 ,_._.J-. 36
1. 32i ..13 .06 I' .r
t;;-7 .-j.20 '0.36 .85r
1.42 0o" .18
A total of 87,764 Florida students .16 .01
are enrolled in all of Florida's colleges i 4.89
and universities. Of this total, 249 (.28%) 03 08
have not been classified by county, although I -ROWAR
they are Florida students. 1 5.76
.20


25.93


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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

population 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 from 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. In-

creases 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.


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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 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 pop-

ulation 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 306;

Brevard 170 to 318 and Leon 295 to 301.


The density of the student population in the fall of 1963 ranged

from one per 100 square miles in Glades County to 2,662 per 100 square

miles in Pinellas County. In seven counties the figures remained the

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same as the fall 1962 figures. There were increases in 46 of the 67

counties. The greatest increase was in Dade County (853 to 1,108).

Duval County was second with an increase of 101 (645 to 746). Other

large increases occurred in Pinellas County (2,599 to 2,662) and Leon

County (301 to 363). Small decreases occurred in 14 counties.


For the State as a whole the density of the college student

population increased from 145 students per 100 square miles in the fall

of 1962 to 162 students per 100 square miles in the fall of 1963.


The number of students per 100 square miles in Florida has

increased 95.2% (83 to 162) since the fall of 1957.


































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DENSITY OF ON-CAMPUS COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION

(By County)








T Ai"OZM[WTMWI OMS MoAC.N
45 51 11 e.g 62 ..... .
* 29 n u /T-'.71 2/*' 3 1
S, 23 O r 33 / "48 -4 746
--2 7 19 35 52 "
86 155 1. SW 16 2
25I e
9 -- v .1 ,.,," 7
!4 11 185 .1 70
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64
NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN ALL i-
FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER 19 I
EDUCATION PER 100 SQUARE MILES 3 i8
22 '- i .5'6 .'f

KEY46 10
2,662 p 57. 10 .
t1 1,000 or more students :
.. per 100 sq. miles. -:7 ,6
168 ., !7 7
E 500-999 students per 100 ,1.-- .r
sq. miles. 235 ....i 12 I 28
S 250-499 students per 100 20 1-. 6 ..
sq. miles# ,.-O' 6 ,2176:,
i 100-249 students per 100 '
sq. miles 9 5.
I Fewer than 100 students per O o__._
100 sq. miles
23

Note: For the State as a whole there were 162 \>
students per 100 sq. miles.

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ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA A 6 M UNIVERSITY

(By County)










92 15 11 5 30
S10 OU 12 /
A 7 MOM3 m43 I 1 ) -93
4 1 91i 10 p y is 1- ^ ^ r^:--- -',.r
\9 01 16 1 7.,)
S .12 L i- .I o 4 iO l 3 6
t,1 4 7-,6" '' ;\ 1 V ', 2'*" '
L AA V)4AI. \TNM
50 i 39j24 f^ on
0 5
47 VOWN
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21 21
.6 78
8 P L -- ,. o ,
S 1 I.V16o
79 87 \ R,
S1341 0 4

Total 2,681 O[T 10 m .r
SARA 6TA 13
2 .

10 V1- 6 108
% 10 jcwi j 6
TOWARD
S 94



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ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

(By County)










526 24 5 2\ 104



St 3 21
168 ?I;^,I-C' 9 15 v" -, -i
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580 i 418r L8

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130 16 127 55
Total 8,980 -112
183 SAO 20



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ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

(By County)










S2\35 96 17 2 1,196
S/82 9/ 23 S12
i14 l/ \ A i 1 9
5 --.- 3 4 4 5 3 ..
I3 d1^^O 1^ ^ | 57
So30 .- 1, 70
6 _2 -' ACUA pU T
8 15il,141 i82
1 48| ,j,-.--..3 .
,-- 203
3. 76

23 6 163! -0



3 375
888 6641 313
Total 12,440 -; j 'UIC
154 32 152 3 87

-za J M-- A
18 2__8



1 871
33 0,
MOO 2,486
67








33










ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

(By County)










6 1 1 |4 o o



O. o i .0 1
a 1 0
0TA4O ( / 032
tOi 12
/1 12 A r
S11A0F 1 9WOi 0



0 0 j0 .r.
T- -r ...... o.M





23 7 i 75 )\\.
107 1, i; ... 1

Total 4,445 508 2 72 268 24


4o 21_ 18 8
16 4
$Q107.1 125
Total 4,445 508 2772 268 1 .2 4





ARASOTA



SROWAiRD
14 51

149
11








34









ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN

THE FLORIDA INSTITUTE FOR CONTINUING UNIVERSITY STUDIES

(By County)









*M4-13 X0 ?A R.O' / 2 %/ A 0 0 5=-.0
--< 2 "1 9L- 15 A

S13" 2 j1 5r o 13
26 -7-%-


42 117 43 01 l
-O 0 Q 0v,25 2


1 -.21 ,-" 78
rA" w "




2 1 1 333




Total 4,549 or279
.t *"" C \. r. 1






19 2 2
2 11 5
._ Gi 1i3--.. ,
t.,,, 178









r4AIS
1.2 4,,.-'.50 i. 1. 1 31 .
/ 12 r">" U..c i\























35
)k 204 ,,., i159
490 -- s9 i \ .., ft'a
Total 4,549 2/-. 79 . ....3, _

VSB 36 I 12 2 117 1
64 .. MA- j



"to I 613












35








ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By County)










\ 368,219 I46 3 O3-n, ,." 9" .- -2


2,591 I 121 i1,,, 3. 2- 3 -
8 3 .2D0- Ap U 94
^ 1 27i 280 1372 F

54 VO 630
6 0 508

5.2 525 6l2

20 .i 167
35 r -O-, l-^ 2,077

4,372 -f 7681 286
Unclassified 5 14

Total 37,329 79 18 23 503
......i ..Mo -I3 H"26 50


















36
SAASO -1 72
8 0 J

8531 _22 2,878
BROWARD
78 2,679

0 o- ~10,544

51.







36









ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN
FLORIDA PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

(By County)









SOK 2 8 7 2 jl 22 -
-")oe \-- ;- A 5- 1 "^ ^ ^. ..-,Trs o;p- 55
4 v-4 / 5 2,527
I -_. .,;--. ,, ,.- 27 12, 1'
r""" 4" 3 ., 3 .,
2 2 7 25 I 18 -
42 7 3 v / 42 106
42 1, 7 FoRO

5 5 1i 92 1 41 ;rA
-' -. T- J 6
9 i
S56 580

../ 10 A.--

17 .Z-. i 1,787 /
P, 0 L. -t CtoVA
112 0
.-- \ 20
562 .1 156 619
619 I ...
Unclassified 223 .' -. .46o
57 18 63
Total 19,077 -34s "7 63
SARsoT. 22 15


M Hr 171 330
87 k-'" 17
BROWARD
23 797

i 7,948
59,




70'


37









ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA
PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By County)










3I 1 0 o
2 ~2 0 0/' w'
) \C- 1 i ....... .Io, 1 -----2- 5/


-0 ....


/1i 12 8
/ i 0


s27
0 A 2 i 7 F

41,483
SCO 05CI0LA

ussoMs I31 6,,.
39 --fl o101 34 2-
Unclassified 21 .Zr-- 9-i-|
5 9 3
Total 2,812 '- 10 O r
I-.^ w .c 4 G w-r-w M t



8I .. 0 21
*.J ,, JOROWAliD
16


S124





00 o


38







TABLE 7

TOTAL COLLEGE-GRADE, ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT, ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

(By State)


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

Alabama 31 145 73 5 254 106 101 20 481
Alaska -- 1 1 -- 2 -- 3 -- 5
Arizona -- 1 3 -- 4 1 5 -- 10
Arkansas 1 16 17 1 35 1 15 7 53
California -- 40 43 7 90 17 68 5 180
Colorado -- 4 14 -- 18 2 17 -- 37
Connecticut 3 21 33 3 65 17 356 6 444
Del aare -- 2 6 -- G 5 40 -- 53
Dist. of Col. -- 11 20 3 34 6 56 1 97
Florida 2,631 3,930 12,440 4,445 28,546 37,329 19,077 2,812 37,764
Geor-ia 71 459 10O 9 719 76 360 27 1,190
Hawaii -- 2 3 1 6 -- 4 -- 10
Idaho -- 3 1 -- 4 -- 2 -- 6
Illinois 2 66 109 9 186 27 434 12 659
Indiana 1 38 45 3 37 31 170 7 295
Iox, -- 22 11 2 35 6 29 -- 70
Kansas -- 7 3 2 17 5 22 -- 44
Kentucky 1 39 38 1 79 11 111 13 214
Louisiana 10 51 22 -- 83 4 36 2 125
i.aine -- 13 3 1 22 3 37 -- 62
iMaryland -- 23 39 5 72 9 168 2 251
Massachusetts 2 54 60 8 132 20 372 -- 524
l;ichiSan 1 34 33 6 79 41 157 3 280
4iinnesota 1 14 4 -- 19 6 23 2 50
Hiississippi 5 33 16 -- 54 5 38 2 99
Missouri -- 27 19 1 47 4 54 3 113





TABLE 7 (Continued)


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

Montana -- 3 -- 1 4 2 8 -- 14
Iebraska -- 6 6 -- 12 2 13 -- 27
Nevada -- 1 2 1 4 -- 7 -- 11
New Hampshire -- -- 4 -- 4 2 26 -- 32
New7 Jersey 6 63 123 10 202 49 837 18 1,156
New Mlexico -- 11 5 -- 16 3 C -- 27
Hew York 14 167 291 20 492 95 1,701 29 2,397
North Carolina 4 63 62 5 134 27 174 -- 335
North Dakot -- -- 1 -- 1 1 C 1 11
Ohio 3 65 112 5 190 37 372 20 619
Oklahoma 1 20 10 3 34 6 7 2 49
Oregon -- 2 3 1 6 1 6 -- 13
g Pennsylvania 3 92 105 7 212 48 798 7 1,065
Rhode Island -- 7 15 1 23 4 77 1 105
South Carolina 10 71 64 3 148 23 124 4 299
South Dakota -- -- 4 -- 4 -- 4 -- 8
Tennessee 6 64 75 3 143 11 103 11 273
Texas 3 45 37 3 93 9 47 7 156
Utah -- 6 3 1 10 1 3 1 15
Vernont -- 1 7 -- 8 3 15 -- 26
Virginia 5 76 86 4 171 20 255 10 456
Washington -- 6 10 -- 16 2 6 2 26
West Virginia -- 14 20 2 36 9 44 -- 39
Tisconsin -- 16 21 5 42 9 72 1 124
UyomrinS -- 4 4 -- 8 2 1 -- 11


Total 2,800 10,914 14,334 4,537 32,715 38,098 26,609 3,043 100,465

Canal Zone -- 12 -- -- 12 1 20 16 49
Gucu -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- 1






TABLE 7 (Continued)


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


Puerto .ico -- 2 -- -- 2 2 61 -- 65
U. S. Virgin Islands -- -- -- -- -- -- I -- 1
Other Countries 4 133 476 6 619 380 382 13 1,394
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- 10 -- 8 18


GRAND TOTAL 2,384 11,061 14,010 4,593 33,343 33,491 27,074 3,080 101,993







ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

Alaska 5 (By State)



26 I 62
S-- N. DAK. .
/14 MINN.
OREGONv 524
13/ AH O -. 50 W 3 IS 05
/ 6 S.OAK 124\
-I 6 8 124 CH 444
/ A J. ? I---- 1,0 1,156

\E* I "--! 27 I 2-tt. 27- IL. I t D 619 --251
11 *i 659 295 456
\ UTAH COL. 659 89 1 V1 4
CALIF. \ 15 COL KANSAS MO. h Ky. /*
M \.-....... 44 113 i'214.-- .c
\ ,- -/*---- T-L-.-----.- -...,-- J ... 335/
180 \ '273 District of
SI OKLA -- f Columbia 97
/ ARIZ IA \
SN. MEX 58 l \
Hawaii 10 10 27 .- iss ,
-I m Iiss 481 .1,190
...... TEXAS Lx 1
Florida 87,764 TE 125
Other States and DC 12,701 156
Canal Zone 49 87,764
Guam 1
Puerto Rico 65
U. S. Virgin Islands- 1 X
Other Countries 1,394 .-
Unclassified 18
Total 101,993







ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITY

Alaska 0 (By State)

|AsI /-- -
A9 1 tIw-illo o.:- _-- -
N. DAK.
I 0 MO NT 0
/ MINN. O01
OREGON / o I 2
0 S. DAK. 0
O 0 WCH 3


Si I OA. --.---". .W Y. Columbia 0- -
I 0 IOWA8






/ N It ,, i i 1 I /r F \ ",,0,
U-A. --..I N A,,S,. NEBR IND. 8 (JO )
NE0 0 0 0 OO
0 UT0 2 f 5
OAU 0 COLO, ANAS MO. r



Sawaii 0 .J C.
O .-N.- .6-.-. 4 District of



IOt DC r9 10-


Other Countries A4
Total 2,884





ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

Alaska i (By State)

i ASH / j 2' T^^- ---.------
6 N. AK f3
MON 0 MINN. M I N

,,., ,-- .14 4 w 1 67 ""
0 S. DAK W2 7

I r ---4 i 0 IOW A O HIO 9 2.
/L. 1 -. NEBR. 22 \ 2
/. 6 \--- 65
] 6 .-1 66 l38 ./76 28
661 38 ( W. v t
UTA \ COLO. I MO 714 1 v
CALF. 6 CO KANSAS MO. i.
S\ -- -. I... 7 27 ,--- C-
40 v .- -- --TE r.-- 63/
SY 64 District of
I I I OKLA. 0 A 71 Columbia- 11
ARIz I 20 I A1
N. MEx 16 GN-'K. A
i 11 i 1 45
Hawaii 2 -- .Lr---- S 33
\1 51
Florida 8,980 4 45
Other States and DC 1,934 8,980
Canal Zone 12
Puerto Rico 2
Other Countries 133
Total -11,061 "





ENROLLMENT IN THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

Alaska (By State)
I II
j ^i !<< -Z "S4--T -- r-'_^^ ^y "
10 .
L N. DAK I
/ MONT. AM.
0 MINN.
OREGON CO / Y
I3 t 0 AK 291 1O Ss
S4--- WO. 21.21 8 --- -38
S4 i IOWA l"O" \ 105 1


2 UTAH lO.0
I I NEB i 11 I ) '-) 6


CAIF COLO KANSAS Mo. I. ., /^..--,
\ I 14 8 3 19 38 7
174
43 6 2 -------- T
h>- \j t 1 75 -- 62
SOK. A i-o--* *' SC, 3
S ARIZ I I i \ 64 /
SNMC '- 10 17 \ \
S-----, .. I
-. 3 I 5 ..-- MASS. i ( District of
H_ a..i I- )[ 16 73 180 Columbia -20
Hawaii 3 TXAS LA. L-
4 ( 22
Florida 12,440 37 22- 12,440
Other States and DC 1,894
Other Countries 476
Total 14,810




ENROLLMENT IN THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
Alaska 0 (By State)
Alaska 0

V Asn 7 I Ot
o /, i <, /z _r-"1 i, /
/ MO ,NT. .)-,A .
/ 0 MNN. /
/ ) .-. -
O / --N-. .- --o -.. OA K )i ,
i 1D7 / I 1 ^. i \
1DAHO S. DAK. 0 20
'-0 0 5. -- .---.-R7 .. J 10 3
0 \ W \ oIO 7WA 0
1 v T 0 ... 4. .
SU\ 1 AH L. 3 / -
CALIF. COLO, KANSAS IV.

S: o i --r" s.c,/
/ .M 3 1 \ .
-. i O-.- c V,
". AR I N.MEX 3 A .

Hawaii 1 ------- T 0 \ .-----4
TEXAS L.-
Florida 4,445 0
Other States and DC 142 ^ 3 4'44
Other Countries 6
Total 4,593





ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

(By State)
SAlaska 0


2 3
rN. 2 \ "7 \ 3./
---- MONTH N DAK *
/ 2 l MN 2 -
OREGON 2 v ---- -- ) -. -. 20
1 ,. SOAK. 6 .. 95 .
I 0 20 ---. 9 iCH 17
SWYO. -. 41-
Sr2 IOWA j V,40 48 *
S -T1 NEBR. 6 OHO I-
\E 2 IND1 /37 r 9
I UI t j' j9
S \! TAH.... 27 31 1-. / 20
\.C 0 oo / Mo \ -
CALI. \ I KANSAS / ---
-- 4... 2 5 4 1 7 --
17 \ ri / -- / '27
-\I .. n -- District of
I OKA C Columbia 6
S ARz i ARK. 23
/ N.MEX 6 I .2
1 3 IISS. i -
Hawaii 0 0~-- .Lr--- ...- 5
TEXAS
Florida 37,329\ 4 .
Other States and DC 769 9 LA -37,329
Canal Zone 1
Puerto Rico 2
Other Countries 380
Unclassified 10
Total 38,491





ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

A a 3 (By State)
SAlaska 3

WASN. --.- -,
I6 SI <> "' ,, 1537
-. N. DAK
/ "i fMONT. 8
/EO NA I "DAH. r ..-------._ _I 23 ./ /I,7 8 <,.372
IYO 1- 1
'D w 7781 -887
"I --. 72 372 / 356





CA I. i 17 22 5 1 2 '
--- -.A 57. .
( / ,. i L.^. ..... !_ NEBR. \ 29 I r .. 0 ..40





68- V "-' 1 .i103 i.. ,, 3District of
\ i I i. A. I \ Colubia 56
/ 7 434 70
C5LIF. \ I KA GA
1Hawaii 4 T._ J7 I, A 1
68 TEXAS 3 ENN. J. ----- r\
'\I lFN ". .District of


Florida 19,077 Columa ( I
Other States and DC 7,532 GA19,077


Canal Zone 20 47
Guam 1
Puerto Rico 61
U.S. Virgin Islands I
Other Countries 382
Total 27,074





ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

Alaska- 0 (By State)


2 I-.
/MONT. ~.- AK
ORECON 0 ---'--- .
I ,o*o.-* r *S2 WI -
No S DAK 29
0 --.-C.. o. 0 i 1 .. 0 N..-R 6, '
rVyo. 3
I -. o oWA O .-
/^rj NEBR. fp 0

Si o I o --20 10 2
CALIF. CO LO KANSAS .
s \ 0 o .i y 13s C.
5 -----. .---"
Si District of
SOKLA C
ARIz I AI 4 Columbia- 1
N/ NMEX -2 (/ I
--7 0 A 0F 7 G
Hawaii 0 _r-- J 20
S\ TEXAS LA. L--
Florida 2,812 2
Other States and DC 231 FLA '- 2,812
Canal Zone 16 7
Other Countries 13
Unclassified 8
Total 3,080







































FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE- NROLLMENT






























50









FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLTMEiT


Florida colleges and universities enrolled a total of 101,993

on-campus college-grade students in the fall of 1963. Twenty-seven

and three-tenths percent of these (27,863) were first-time-in-college

students. Florida provided 23,630 of the first-time-in-college students

(84.8%) and there were 4,233 from out of the State. Table 11 shows the

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 59.


In the spring of 1963 there were 44,168 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 62, and the numbers grad-

uated each year since and including 1958 are shown by county-in Table 12.

The percent 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 in

Table 14 and on the map on page 74. For the State as a whole this figure

was 53.5%. In the fall of 1962 it was 50.5%.


The maps on pages 65 through 71 show the Florida first-time-in-

college enrollment by counties for the state universities and for the

other institutions by type. Table 15 shows the out-of-state first-time-

in-college enrollment by state of residence for each of the state univer-

sities 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 78.



51










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

type of institution are shown in Tables 8, 9 and 10.


Of the 15,914 first-time-in-college students enrolled in Florida

institutions in the fall of 1963 who came from the 38 counties supporting

public junior colleges, 11,502 (72.3%) were attending public junior col-

leges, 2,687 (16.9%) were attending state universities, and 1,725 (10.8%)

were enrolled in private institutions.


Of the 7,605 first-time-in-college students who came from the

remaining 29 counties2, 1,764 (23.2%) were enrolled in public junior col-

leges, 2,816 (37.0%) were enrolled in the state universities, and 3,025

(39.8%) were enrolled in private institutions.3


Fifty-six and seven-tenths percent of Florida's counties support

public junior colleges. Sixty-seven and seven-tenths percent of the first-

time-in-college students were from these counties. These same counties

had 60.3% of the 1963 public high school graduates in the State.



Baker, Bay, Brevard, Broward, Calhoun, Charlotte, Citrus, Clay,
Collier, Columbia, Dade, Escambia, Flagler, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Indian
River, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Lake, Lee, Levey, 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, Glades,
Gulf, Hardee, Hendry, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Holmes, Leon,
Liberty, Monroe, Nassau, Okaloosa, Orange, Osceola, Pasco, Polk, Sarasota,
Seminole, Suwannee, Wakulla, Walton.

3These figures do not include 111 Florida first-time-in-college
students whose home counties were not reported.






52









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

supporting public junior colleges was 59.8% of the number of 1963 public

high school graduates in those counties, whereas the comparable figure

for the remaining counties was 43.3%. For the State as a whole, the

number of first-time-in-college students equalled 53.3% of the number of

1963 high school graduates.














































53








TABLE 8

DISTRIBUTION OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS
FLORIDA STUDENTS AMONG FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING


Fall State University Public Junior Private Degree- Private Junior
of System Colleges Granting Institutions Colleges

1958 33.9% 32.7% 28.2% 5.2% 100.0%

1959 34.2 33.5 27.0 5.3 100.0

1960 35.2 42.9 18.6 3.3 100.0

1961 31.2 48.5 16.6 3.7 100.0

1962 24.9 57.0 14.3 3.8 100.0

1963 23.3 56.1 13.5 7.1 100.0





TABLE 9

DISTRIBUTION OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS
OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTS AMONG FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING



Fall State University Public Junior Private Degree- Private Junior
of System Colleges Granting Institutions Colleges

1958 20.2% 4.7% 70.5% 4.6% 100.0%

1959 18.0 5.7 71.3 5.0 100.0

1960 16.3 4.7 75.0 4.0 100.0

1961 16.6 9.1 69.7 4.6 100.0

1962 16.2 14.1 65.2 4.5 100.0

1963 16.3 14.7 64.2 4.8 100.0









54









TABLE 10

DISTRIBUTION OF ALL FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS
AMONG FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING



Fall State University Public Junior Private Degree- Private Junior
of System Colleges Granting Institutions Colleges

1957 33.0% 20.5% 41.7% 4.8% 100.0%

1958 33.9 28.6 34.4 5.1 100.0

1959 31.3 28.5 35.0 5.2 100.0

1960 31.7 35.6 29.3 3.4 100.0

1961 28.6 41.6 25.9 3.9 100.0

1962 23.6 50.7 21.8 3.9 100.0

1963 22.2 49.8 21.2 6.8 100.0

































55







TABLE 11

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



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

Alachua 7 18 122 3 150 115 30 6 301
Baker -- -- 1 -- 1 23 -- 1 25
Bay 4 20 11 -- 35 354 13 1 403
Bradford -- 2 3 -- 10 16 2 3 31
Brevard 5 30 91 9 135 702 130 19 986
Broward 20 123 197 5 345 1,202 168 7 1,722
Calhoun -- 3 3 -- 6 27 -- -- 33
Charlotte -- 2 2 3 7 65 2 3 77
Citrus -- 2 1 -- 3 24 6 -- 33
Clay -- 3 14 2 19 56 5 21 101
Collier -- 5 10 6 21 50 9 1 81
Columbia 3 22 4 -- 29 109 7 1 146
Dade 56 300 653 50 1,059 2,576 667 55 4,357
DeSoto 2 5 3 -- 10 6 5 3 24
Dixie -- -- 1 -- 1 4 15 -- 20
Duval 57 216 252 11 536 264 776 429 2,005
Escambia 6 37 22 2 67 965 8 -- 1,040
Plagler -- 2 -- 2 16 2 -- 20
Franklin 4 7 -- 11 3 -- -- 14
Gadsden 23 16 -- 39 18 9 1 67
Gilchrist -- 1 4 -- 5 14 -- -- 19
Glades -- -- -- -- 1 -- 1
Gulf 3 6 -- 9 40 2 2 53
Hamilton 1 -- 2 -- 3 31 -- -- 34
Hardee -- 3 7 7 17 12 7 8 44
Hendry 1 1 5 -- 7 14 5 -- 26
Hernando 3 5 4 10 22 13 4 4 43
Highlands 1 5 11 2 19 11 8 9 47
Hillsborough 20 101 134 597 852 365 203 51 1,476








TABLE 11 (Continued)



County FAMU FSU UF USF State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
System JC DGI JC
Holmes 1 1 2 4 28 -- -- 32
Indian River 4 10 8 -- 22 65 12 5 104
Jackson 8 7 3 1 19 176 4 2 201
Jefferson 2 6 1 -- 9 48 3 1 61
Lafayette -- -- 1 -- 1 12 -- -- 13
Lake 6 14 23 11 54 170 17 31 272
Lee 3 13 26 19 61 197 23 7 238
Leon 90 191 8 297 67 10 1 375
Levy -- 5 3 1 9 25 2 6 42
Liberty 1 1 2 -- 4 4 -- -- 3
Hadison 3 2 1 -- 6 93 1 -- 100
Manatee 5 9 1C 3 35 231 13 2 281
Marion 6 12 23 1 42 294 12 7 355
Martin 1 2 5 -- 8 36 5 8 57
lonroe 1 10 13 -- 24 31 15 5 75
Nassau 6 11 3 1 21 15 14 5 55
Okaloosa -- 33 22 -- 55 117 1 4 177
Okeechobee -- 2 2 -- 4 8 3 -- 15
Orange 23 66 160 18 275 109 124 693 1,261
Osceola -- 10 4 7 21 1 5 23 50
Palm Beach 14 50 97 7 168 1,060 78 15 1,321
Pasco 1 5 7 16 29 19 30 7 85
Pinellas 6 97 164 41 303 1,654 105 29 2,096
Polk 20 72 90 57 239 157 223 29 648
Putnam 3 4 7 -- 14 154 6 6 180
St. Johns 2 8 3 -- 18 77 38 10 143
St. Lucie -- 3 6 -- 9 150 16 3 178
Santa Rosa 3 8 3 -- 14 140 -- -- 154
Sarasota -- 33 40 15 88 209 34 4 335
Seminole -- 16 31 1 48 44 13 122 227
Sumter -- 1 3 -- 4 41 3 2 50









TABLE 11 (Continued)



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

Suwannee -- 6 7 -- 13 52 10 2 77
Taylor -- 1 8 -- 9 64 1 1 75
Union -- 1 1 -- 2 16 -- 18
Volusia 8 42 69 7 126 530 98 24 773
Uakulla 3 4 -- -- 7 2 1 -- 10
Walton -- 4 4 -- 8 20 2 -- 3
Washington 2 3 3 -- 3 47 -- 55
Unclassified -- -- -- -- 109 2 111


Total 446 1,698 2,446 913 5,503 13,266 3,130 1,681 23,630
Im
C3_______________________________________________________________________________










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

(By County)









O.A~L; 32 as
154 177 38 '-l.1201 .2,005
I JI c i -T.W UN/ 67/ 34S 2 /- 005
S -1 61 100 F.......
3 33 -- -.-"- t25
77 5 67
1,040 T7403 10 75 1 10 143

403 *,' 14
20 19 301 i180 i
9 / pa 20
!42 0A
M. 355 45
A o778

5 50
VRA.ADO OUANCE
43-' 1.261 )
85
toii 50 l W
/!1 476 648 986
2,096 .1\ PAW4'"V
Unclassified 111 miA ^"'
281 44 7 4 15 17"8
Total 23,630 AR
335 --ARwri 24 57

77
2 C26 1 ,321

B1JROWARD
81 1,-I722


14,357
751








59










TABLE 12

NUMBER OF STUDENTS GRADUATED FROM FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS

(By County)




County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963

Alachua 547 563 692 677 717 709
Baker 62 79 76 73 86 72
Bay 421 482 515 564 543 647
Bradford 114 135 143 145 185 155
Brevard 372 555 716 894 1,063 1,222
Broward 1,492 1,847 2,299 2,625 2,624 2,917
Calhoun 70 82 88 121 101 100
Charlotte 28 35 55 65 66 55
Citrus 66 66 70 83 88 73
Clay 105 100 116 111 146 163
Collier 95 98 102 110 114 148
Columbia 212 200 204 217 214 222
Dade 5,130 5,792 6,545 7,267 7,571 7,790
DeSoto 84 66 89 107 96 92
Dixie 35 42 51 48 48 57
Duval 2,093 2,923 3,419 3,877 3,901 3,952
Escambia 1,134 1,182 1,373 1,552 1,645 1,600
Flagler 36 31 29 25 41 35
Franklin 47 37 55 52 70 49
Gadsden 300 287 318 346 330 345
Gilchrist 38 40 40 40 24 28
Glades 17 16 16 14 19 20
Gulf 84 72 110 106 108 98
Hamilton 64 94 110 120 114 76
Hardee 88 110 132 137 127 132
Hendry 64 75 71 73 69 82
Hernando 58 62 65 80 94 83
Highlands 189 193 206 241 199 212
Hillsborough 2,261 2,572 3,017 3,230 3,348 3,527
Holmes 123 151 133 133 139 147
Indian River 139 167 205 241 179 246
Jackson 369 354 407 426 417 407
Jefferson 91 78 97 125 126 128
Lafayette 48 38 39 39 35 37
Lake 394 405 448 508 476 463
Lee 304 337 377 435 471 535
Leon 502 537 629 648 700 645
Levy 111 94 116 123 111 123
Liberty 31 28 36 30 31 32
Madison 154 151 185 183 168 202
Manatee 426 444 558 575 638 582
Marion 504 468 547 649 604 628


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TABLE 12 (Continued)




County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963


Martin 85 103 119 125 139 103
Monroe 201 208 221 250 284 278
Nassau 170 166 176 194 184 236
Okaloosa 263 262 389 492 513 504
Okeechobee 39 44 46 52 64 42
Orange 1,415 1,510 1,849 2,167 2,244 2,378
Osceola 107 120 145 133 141 145
Palm Beach 1,067 1,237 1,450 1,609 1,838 1,874
Pasco 216 222 288 309 276 256
Pinellas 1,668 1,925 2,448 3,001 2,977 3,057
Polk 1,298 1,424 1,570 1,737 1,788 1,824
Putnam 229 276 291 322 314 332
St. Johns 203 187 207 239 261 220
St. Lucie 204 234 299 308 334 312
Santa Rosa 201 193 211 231 224 278
Sarasota 476 519 617 732 738 706
Seminole 262 259 329 392 398 451
Sumter 134 141 145 153 156 128
Suwannee 162 185 205 199 185 203
Taylor 134 126 120 147 137 124
Union ,34 45 44 55 54 57
Volusia 1,001 1,235 1,240 1,324 1,409 1,427
Wakulla 52 55 76 64 56 65
Walton 147 134 148 155 165 165
Washington 128 153 164 170 157 167


Total 28,398 32,051 37,296 41,682 42,882 44,168




















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NUMBER OF STUDENTS GRADUATED FROM
FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS, SPRING 1963

(By County)








155
W6 J1A.-.147 L. {.A \ AC$
278 5041 407 --- -.. 3952
47--p -. k, Dml -N 7t, F- - 3 -- -3,952
S 165 / A" 76
167 4 1345,22



2 0 6 12 2



11 ,87
32 N t ,,203 222 63




I3 85722 11 6 \ r
1,600 647' 3 124 l l31 V-/1 263 220





1 7 709 13328
3057 /t;f 527 1 2 35.





7028 i 2,378 910


5 7 1,8 24 11,222
3,057 ---k^27 \1'824 v F^


3582 -1322
2 12 2 1312 X
706 ARAS i 92 S _103


VNX% j.1,874

<> i *SROwARD
"' 2,917


7,790
278









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TABLE 13

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

(By County)



County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963

Alachua 215 201 228 256 327 301
Baker 21 8 12 8 21 25
Bay 175 187 301 333 351 403
Bradford 17 35 35 33 37 31
Brevard 161 165 706 648 965 986
Broward 603 690 1,190 1,271 1,354 1,722
Calhoun 19 21 33 34 26 33
Charlotte 9 7 18 26 38 77
Citrus 27 34 32 29 38 33
Clay 47 48 58 59 84 101
Collier 25 30 32 43 55 81
Columbia 46 36 "49 44 144 146
Dade 3,165 3,129 4,015 4,415 4,292 4,357
DeSoto 27 12 22 33 35 24
Dixie 6 4 9 6 8 20
Duval 1,026 1,111 1,031 1,202 1,263 2,005
Escambia 680 708 925 962 1,096 1,040
Flagler 12 12 20 8 19 20
Franklin 14 7 7 10 11 14
Gadsden 85 81 88 98 101 67
Gilchrist 4 7 7 5 22 19
Glades 4 2 4 6 2 1
Gulf 25 28 30 43 37 53
Hamilton 29 24 25 34 37 34
Hardee 20 17 32 32 23 44
Hendry 19 21 20 20 24 26
Hernando 16 13 21 17 37 43
Highlands 44 59 43 58 46 47
Hillsborough 799 964 1,737 1,576 1,501 1,476
Holmes 10 15 30 30 34 32
Indian River 42 45 79 128 80 104
Jackson 95 127 129 175 174 201
Jefferson 23 33 36 40 40 61
Lafayette 13 9 14 17 16 13
Lake 113 120 116 174 334 272
Lee 87 90 101 133 364 288
Leon 246 285 317 349 388 375
Levy 47 23 33 48 36 42
Liberty 5 5 7 7 3 8
Madison 94 81 91 92 74 100
Manatee 462 218 290 338 297 281



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TABLE 13 (Continued)




County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963


Marion 313 232 270 298 308 355
Martin 34 45 62 52 57 57
Monroe 45 37 48 69 72 75
Nassau 44 43 19 42 27 55
Okaloosa 35 54 114 146 159 177
Okeechobee 15 7 13 19 18 15
Orange 611 680 777 960 1,003 1,261
Osceola 37 30 35 38 36 50
Palm Beach 725 861 944 1,004 1,187 1,321
Pasco 39 65 92 92 162 85
Pinellas 1,428 1,438 1,606 1,785 2,170 2,096
Polk 438 408 494 535 618 648
Putnam 139 130 124 152 185 180
St. Johns 108 74 111 130 133 143
St. Lucie 56 55 263 166 175 178
Santa Rosa 111 73 105 152 124 154
Sarasota 269 221 291 351 274 335
Seminole 65 83 100 142 129 227
Sumter 31 36 28 48 55 50
Suwannee 36 56 52 51 49 77
Taylor 63 37 34 91 65 75
Union 3 8 4 6 22 18
Volusia 570 461 562 538 671 778
Wakulla 12 11 24 16 8 10
Walton 23 21 31 39 26 38
Washington 25 28 40 65 46 55
Unclassified -- 23 -- 2 30 111


Total 13,852 13,929 18,216 19,829 21,643 23,630


















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

(By County)








rCAA'NrA*OSA DOM. UVALrOM MO. 1-T AC- O .. .-.
6 3O :0 3 O ,8 L.A..
/ 2 CrALMON L' oo / 1' 1 / ,
98( 2 2 3 1 '-
6 1 57
S3 (0

--PAOF.O j. RD "





3 i 23




Total 446 _.


so l A2 1 1
.. o 0



73J -ii 14
1...J1 BROWARD











65
C'M .s

0
.JR AN 6"










FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE EiIROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
II FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

(By County)








S 1^SANTAaoM QKALD W tLTON etlS /,ACKSON '
37 8 33 4 1, .- 7 S i



0 .'.46
/ M s ^ ^ 3 CAL HOUN91 6 2 91 2 16
I 3 / .4 -* "" 0
20 4 1 i. 1.2 1 /

2~ 6,v0 1 1 3i W i 6 ,


5 2
5' 10 12 RoFSVM



230
2 ------



97 0 1 72 1

Total 1,698 RL


5 2 r.


..
6122 J
99 CIR










5 7

A 300
S 3 _! S10.










lo




6 6










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

(By County)








/WAtA-),6 W /JACKSON.
22 3 22 4 L2r- 3 ,. 'AU

8 ( I 1 52
1 ,."-"2 1 7 ""..... 1, ,
.L/ 8 0 i A.A,-
1-* I

21 i 122 i 7
I/ Ip/a- 0I.
!LAAVA 1 4 Y A


23331 i
,1 23 0
4 I I -8 1 168 \
P"AS o.>.- I 1 --." i \-


164 90 19-
Total- 2,446 134 8

18 "i 7 6e-o 6- 6
211 L" 2
3 5

2._. -. 0..,

26 ..-, 5 97
1 4ROWARD
0 I 197
10

r 653
367







67









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

(By County)








j I 4 OLA-1 0I O I 1 A S
0 L 5 00 1.


o0 1
/T
- 2 001 '_ -.. .- I (.. .. ,o.-.--... L 0.....- l ",



0 Alit / o^/ o V .o S Q L.
to o tILAc e
0 I 3 0

o *f r. ;. ) T

? '' r




'157 5 19
41
-597,1 J
Total 913 ..9 _- %

3 !-. 2 TO 0
15 I L.- i '



rjcQW- 2 BR.QWARD



50



68 0
^ il^oI










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

(By County)











---- 7 oJ" 67 93 -. 31
i I h47 117- 9l--- P 8 1 "W/-E /LI -.
S27/ 7.,uAt 123 i!264

354 jiA.. 5

(4 115 15
/ .16.
25 29 I
F- 294 \
530
24 ii70r-
2 1170 i I ', F

.13 -. 41 109 9
rPASCO- -.-
S190

1,654- 365 157 002
Total- 13,266


865
.^ ,,r-^ 11 -'--8 r1A
$AR5o 6 36



197.- |14 1,060
^Jr"CO 1 ._-- 1.. ..
.BROWARD
50 1,202

% a 2,576
31!







69










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

(By County)











A T' "r .. 4

37 0 \0 7 )0 7\
0 3 0.. / I
2 "-1 2 ..0 5 \


12 Y ', 3 0
,. ) :.-C.4i 38, \

3 1 5 -y 3 0 i .A \


-' N
/ 2 i VOLUllA




,.RAo, I o I f/ \-'
i-
U6 109
At 3 17 A





1 18
105
Unclassified 109 A ...... "F^^r r

Total 3,180 41 8 'I3 ART







78
23.- 5 I





DID 10 6 7










70










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

(By County)












i 1 '4.. i 29

1 2 '.- 0A ~. ,-- O
S/ 0 i 6 i6 FLGLR
6 t i.v 0 1




O 2 31 r--'("~ "
0 i -is4 -



29 192
29 5i 51 F
Unclassified 2 .&-.i =. .\
2 8 3
Total 1,681 81 \ -.
iAs i 3 8



2C7 ".T 0 15
Total 1.BROWERD
















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TABLE 14

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

(By County)



County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963

Alachua 39.3 35.7 32.9 37.8 45.6 42.5
Baker 33.9 10.1 15.8 11.0 24.4 34.7
Bay 41.6 38.8 58.4 59.0 64.6 62.3
Bradford 14.9 25.9 24.5 22.8 20.0 20.0
Brevard 43.3 29.7 98.6 72.5 90.8 80.7
Broward 40.4 37.4 51.8 48.4 51.6 59.0
Calhoun 27.1 25.6 37.5 28.1 25.7 33.0
Charlotte 32.1 20.0 32.7 40.0 57.6 140.0
Citrus 40.9 51.5 45.7 34.9 43.2 45.2
Clay 44.8 48.0 50.0 53.2 57.5 62.0
Collier 23.6 30.6 31.4 39.1 48.2 54.7
Columbia 21.7 18.0 24.0 20.3 67.3 65.8
Dade 61.7 54.0 61.0 60.8 56.6 55.9
DeSoto 31.1 18.2 24.7 30.8 36.5 26.1
Dixie 17.1 9.5 17.6 12.5 16.7 35.1
Duval 49.0 38.0 30.1 31.0 32.4 50.7
Escambia 60.0 60.0 67.4 62.0 66.6 65.0
Flagler 33.3 38.7 69.0 32.0 46.3 57.1
Franklin 29.8 18.0 12.7 19.2 15.7 28.6
Gadsden 28.3 28.2 27.7 28.3 30.6 19.4
Gilchrist 10.5 17.5 17.5 12.5 91.7 67.9
Glades 23.5 12.5 25.0 42.8 10.5 5.0
Gulf 29.8 38.9 27.3 40.6 34.3 54.1
Hamilton 45.3 25.5 22.7 28.3 32.5 44.7
Hardee 22.7 15.5 24.2 23.4 18.1 33.3
Hendry 29.7 28.0 28.2 27.4 34.8 31.7
Hernando 27.6 21.0 32.3 21.2 39.4 51.8
Highlands 23.3 30.6 20.9 24.1 23.1 22.2
Hillsborough 35.3 37.5 57.6 48.8 44.8 41.8
Holmes 8.1 9.9 22.5 22.6 24.5 21.8
Indian River 30.2 26.9 38.5 53.1 44.7 42.3
Jackson 25.7 35.9 31.7 41.1 41.7 49.4
Jefferson 25.3 42.3 37.1 32.0 31.7 47.7
Lafayette 27.1 23.7 35.9 43.6 45.7 35.1
Lake 28.7 29.6 25.9 34.2 70.2 58.7
Lee 26.7 28.6 26.8 30.6 77.3 53.8
Leon 49.0 53.1 50.4 53.8 55.4 58.1
Levey 42.3 24.5 28.4 39.0 32.4 34.1
Liberty 16.1 17.6 19.4 23.3 9.7 25.0
Madison 60.0 53.6 49.2 50.3 44.0 49.5
Manatee 108.5 49.1 52.0 58.8 46.6 48.3




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TABLE 14 (Continued)



County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963

Marion 62.1 49.6 49.4 45.9 51.0 56.5
Martin 40.0 43.7 52.1 41.6 41.0 55.3
Monroe 22.4 17.8 21.7 27.6 25.4 27.0
Nassau 25.9 25.9 10.8 21.6 14.7 23.3
Okaloosa 13.3 20.6 29.3 29.7 31.0 35.1
Okeechobee 38.5 15.9 28.3 36.5 28.1 35.7
Orange 43.2 45.0 42.0 44.3 44.7 53.0
Osceola 34.6 26.8 24.1 28.6 25.5 34.5
Palm Beach 67.9 69.6 51.8 62.4 64.6 70.5
Pasco 18.1 29.3 31.9 29.8 58.7 33.2
Pinellas 85.6 74.7 65.6 59.5 72.9 68.6
Polk 33.7 28.7 31.5 30.8 34.6 35.5
Putnam 60.7 47.1 42.6 47.2 58.9 54.2
St. Johns 53.2 39.6 53.6 54.4 51.0 65.0
St. Lucie 27.4 23.5 87.9 53.9 52.4 57.1
Santa Rosa 55.2 37.8 49.8 65.8 55.4 55.4
Sarasota 56.5 42.6 47.2 48.0 37.1 47.5
Seminole 24.8 32.0 30.4 36.2 32.4 50.3
Sumter 23.1 25.5 19.3 31.4 35.3 39.1
Suwannee 22.2 30.3 25.4 25.6 26.5 37.9
Taylor 47.0 29.4 28.3 61.9 47.4 60.5
Union 8.8 17.8 9.1 10.9 40.7 31.6
Volusia 56.9 37.3 45.3 40.6 47.6 54.5
Wakulla 23.1 20.0 31.6 25.0 14.3 15.4
Walton 15.6 15.7 20.9 25.2 15.8 23.0
Washington 19.5 18.3 24.4 38.2 29.3 32.9


Entire State 48.8 43.5 48.3 47.6 50.5 53.5



















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PERCENT THAT THE NUMBER OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IIN-COLLEGE
STUDENTS IS OF THE NUMBER OF 1963 GRADUATES
OF FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS

(By County)












35 49 &41Z
-,62 4.23 v ,, ,* .-

925% 49% 3 ",
I35 36G ':.^**






4 3 36 37.X







College Students in Florida Institutions
Florida Public High Schools 44,168
KEY 45 49 34,: ',t









Percent that T total Number of Florida First-Time-in 7
College Students in Florida Institutions Y *;*,
of Higher Education 23,630 (Including .....,', ..
111 not Classified by County) res r 7 *
S433 ,';" "iz, 32"
Total Number of 1963 Graduates of *




of Higher Education is of Total umber of Graduates 7 .1
of Florida Public High Schools 53.5







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TABLE 15

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

(By State)



State FAI4 FSU UF USF State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. Total
System JC DGI JC

Alabama 7 17 9 1 34 55 33 14 141
Alaska -- -- -- -- -- -- 2 -- 2
Arizona -- -- 1 -- 1 1 2 -- 4
Arkansas -- -- -- -- -- -- 11 6 17
California -- 2 9 3 14 9 21 4 43
Colorado -- -- 2 -- 2 -- 8 -- 10
Connecticut 3 2 5 -- 10 11 118 5 144
U Delaware -- -- -- -- 2 9 -- 11
Dist. of Col. -- -- 6 -- 6 5 16 -- 27
Florida 446 1,698 2,446 913 5,503 13,266 3,180 1,681 23,630
Georgia 12 91 36 4 143 45 156 22 366
Hawaii -- -- I -- 1 -- 2 -- 3
Idaho -- -- -- -- 1 -- 1
Illinois 1 6 20 4 31 12 122 12 177
Indiana -- 1 5 -- 6 19 53 5 83
Ioa -- 1 1 -- 2 1 9 -- 12
Kansas -- 1 1 1 3 1 8 -- 12
Kentucky 3 10 3 -- 16 5 41 10 72
Louisiana 2 1 2 -- 5 3 10 1 19
Maine -- 1 1 1 3 1 7 -- 11
Maryland -- 2 5 2 9 6 56 2 73
Massachusetts -- 4 11 -- 15 11 121 -- 147
ilichigan -- 2 4 1 7 19 47 2 75
Minnesota -- -- 1 -- 1 7 9 2 19
Mississippi 2 1 1 -- 4 2 16 2 24
Miissouri -- 2 1 1 4 3 16 7 30








TABLE 15 (Continued)



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

Montana -- -- 1 2 -- 3
Nebraska -- 1 -- -- 1 8 -- 10
Nevada -- -- -- 1 1 -- 1 -- 2
New Hampshire -- -- 1 -- 1 2 9 -- 12
New Jersey 3 6 27 2 33 27 314 13 392
Hew Mexico -- -- -- -- -- 1 3 -- 4
New York 3 1 67 9 102 43 565 27 737
North Carolina 1 4 13 -- 18 16 60 -- 94
North Dakota -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- -- 1
Ohio 4 6 16 2 28 24 111 13 176
Oklahoma 1 3 -- -- 4 8 2 2 16
SOregon -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- -- 1
Pennsylvania 3 6 22 3 34 25 256 6 321
Rhode Island -- 2 4 -- 6 5 33 1 45
South Carolina 5 3 9 -- 17 14 53 3 87
South Dakota -- -- -- --
Tennessee 1 12 10 2 25 8 39 6 78
Texas 3 -- 2 -- 5 5 21 4 35
Utah -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 1 -- 2
Vermont -- -- 2 -- 2 1 5 -- 8
Virginia 4 9 22 -- 35 10 90 9 144
lashington -- -- -- 1 2 1 4
*Test Virginia -- 3 4 -- 7 6 14 -- 27
.Uisconsin -- 1 1 2 4 6 22 1 33
Wyoming -- 1 -- 1 1 -- -- 2


Total 509 1,916 2,773 952 6,150 13,691 5,690 1,861 27,392


Canal Zone -- 2 -- -- 2 -- 4 13 19










TABLE 15 (Continued)



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

Puerto Rico -- -- -- -- -- 2 21 -- 23
Other Countries 2 4 36 1 43 189 85 10 327
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- 6 96 -- 102


GRALID TOTAL 511 1,922 2,009 953 6,195 13,238 5,396 1,084 27,363




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FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF
HIGHER LEARNING
Alaska 2 (By State)



"* MON N. DAK.
37/ ) 3 1iNN. 147
OREGON, N b .
IDAHO -. 737JI 45
1 !S. .AK 19 -- 737S .-
--. i o0 ..-. 33 / --- 144
S. I OWA ,321 392
S 2 1 o 3--o A i.
SINEBR. 12 1 i 11
NE\ ,v. .....-- l -.- (" 176-" ,6 73
S \ 177 83 44
UTAH r -(17 ; ^ / /
CALU. \ 2 KANSAS .
S i 10 12 30
48 \. .-r... ... .. .- ... T .,
48 .94
SOKLA --73 C
S ARZ 8I i i 7 District of
N. MD 16 \ \ Columbia 27
'^ 4 366
Hawaii 3 i 1 1 I 6

Florida 23,630 -23630
Other States and DC 3,762 19
Canal Zone 19 .' 35 lA
Puerto Rico 23
Other Countries 327
Unclassified 102
Total 27,863









































GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT






























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GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT


There are graduate programs in three of the state universities

(Florida A & M University 269 students; Florida State University 1,669

students; University of Florida 1,844 students). Many graduate students

(4,303) 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 on-campus graduate student enrollments of

the state universities.


The private institutions which conduct graduate programs are Barry

College (101 students), Brevard Engineering College (215 students), Rollins

College (612 students), Stetson University (132 students) and the University

of Miami (1,085 students).


Enrollments of Florida on-campus graduate students are shown by

county in Table 16. Out-of-state on-campus graduate enrollments are shown

by state in Table 17.


The enrollment of graduate students in 1963 increased 13.3% over that

of 1962 (9,121 to 10,331). The on-campus graduate enrollment rose 4.0%

from 5,698 to 5,927.


The on-campus enrollment of graduate students has increased 55.7%

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

increased 171.4% over that of 1959 (3,806 to 10,331).





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

enrolled in the state universities. In the fall of 1963, 63.8% of the on-

campus graduate student enrollment was in the state universities. Of the

total number of graduate students, 37.6% were enrolled in state universities,

41.6% were enrolled in FICUS, and 20.8% were enrolled in private institutions.

Fifty and six-tenths percent 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, 1,526 (26.8%) in the fall of

1962, and 1,884 (31.8%) in the fall of 1963. 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, 1,577 (27.7%) in the fall of 1962 and 1,669 (28.2%) in the fall of

1963. 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, 1,701 (29.9%) in the fall of 1962 and

1,085 (18.3%) in the fall of 1963.


















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