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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover
    Title Page
        Page i
    The board of regents
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    Preface
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    List of symbols and abbreviations
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    County locations of Florida institutions of higher learning which reported student enrollments, fall 1964
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    Changes and additions
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        Page x
    Table of Contents
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    List of Tables
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    Maps and graphs
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    Density of college student population
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    First-time-in-college enrollment
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Office of the Board of Regents
State University System of Florida
Publication No. 702 7965
















Enrollment in Florida's
Institutions of Higher Learning
Fall 1964
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ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

FALL 1964





























May 1, 1965

Board of Regents

Tallahassee, Florida












THE BOARD OF REGENTS




CHESTER H. FERGUSON
Chairman
Tampa


WAYNE C. McCALL, D.D.S.
Vice-Chairman
Ocala


LOUIS C. MURRAY, M.D.
Orlando


FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN
Clearwater


HENRY KRAMER
Jacksonville


CLARENCE L. MENSER, D.LITT.
Vero Beach


JOHN C. PACE
Pensacola


CLIFTON G. DYSON
West Palm Beach


MRS. E. D. PEARCE
Miami






J. B. CULPEPPER
Executive Director
Tallahassee















PREFACE



This report of the fall 1964 enrollment in the institutions of higher

learning in Florida is the seventh annual report prepared with the coopera-

tion of both the public and private colleges and universities of the State.


The material has been developed in a manner so that the data are com-

parable among the institutions since 1957 when the series was initiated.

The chapter entitled "Trends in College-Grade Enrollment" summarizes the

data over a seven-year period, making references to the earlier volumes un-

necessary.


Sincere appreciation is expressed to the officials of the cooperating

institutions and to the personnel of the Community Junior College Division

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

of data for this study.


The present volume of Enrollments in Florida's Institutions of Higher

Learning was prepared by John W. Sutton, Research Associate, Board of

Regents Staff.





Allan Tucker

Chief Academic 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

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 -Junior College

Priv. -Private

Pub. -Public

U. -University

UF -University of Florida

USF -University of South Florida











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COUNTY LOCATIONS OF
FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
WHICH REPORTED STUDENT ENROLLMENTS
FALL 1964







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35 U 3 -, 3 h" 24 ( 1 31 6




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KEY: ,/ --'-'

State University System 14 ) 3
--- 37 158
b .17 -- 8
1 Florida Agricultural and Mechanical 9/ I -.g



2 Florida Atlantic University "'*Toioi28 \ t ca\
Boca Raton 127 5 44
32 57 2 56 J .'
3 Florida State University 43 2 -55 .* """5"6"'"-
Tallahassee 622 -." 15


Gainesville r-
Florida Atlantic University oFoi'., 8 .7.







5 University of South Florida 29
Tampa 5 11 2 59 51

6 Florida Institute for Continuing University 4 18
Studies hv- f---5-
Headquarters in Tallahassee 4

5436 -4
Public Community Junior Colleges

7 Brevard Junior College
Cocoa/

8 Central Florida Junior College ; 2
Ocala 0

9 Chipola Junior College
Marianna
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Public Community Junior Colleges (Cont'd)

10 Daytona Beach Junior College
Daytona Beach

11 Edison Junior College
Fort Myers

12 Gibbs Junior College
St. Petersburg

13 Gulf Coast Junior College
Panama City

14 Hampton Junior College
Ocala

15 Indian River Junior College
Fort Pierce

16 Jackson Junior College
Marianna

17 Johnson Junior College
Leesburg

18 Junior College of Broward County
Fort Lauderdale

19 Lake City Junior College and Forest Ranger School
Lake City

20 Lake-Sumter Junior College
Leesburg

21 Lincoln Junior College
Fort Pierce

22 Manatee Junior College
Bradenton

23 Miami-Dade Junior College
Miami

24 North Florida Junior College
Madison

25 Okaloosa-Walton Junior College
Niceville

26 Palm Beach Junior College
Lake Worth

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Public Community Junior Colleges (Cont'd)

27 Pensacola Junior College
Pensacola

28 Polk Junior College
Bartow

29 Roosevelt Junior College
West Palm Beach

30 Rosenwald Junior College
Panama City

31 St. Johns River Junior College
Palatka

32 St. Petersburg Junior College
St. Petersburg

33 Suwannee River Junior College
Madison

34 Volusia County Community College
Daytona Beach

35 Washington Junior College
Pensacola

Private Degree-Granting Institutions

36 Barry College
Miami

37 Bethune-Cookman College
Daytona Beach

38 Biscayne College
Opa Locka

39 Brevard Engineering College
Melbourne

40 Edward Waters College
Jacksonville

41 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Institute
Miami

42 Florida Memorial College
St. Augustine

43 Florida Presbyterian College
St. Petersburg

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Private Degree-Granting Institutions (Cont'd)

44 Florida Southern College
Lakeland

45 Jacksonville University
Jacksonville

46 Jones College
Jacksonville Miami Orlando

47 New College
Sarasota

48 Ringling School of Art
Sarasota

49 Rollins College
Winter Park

50 Saint Leo College
St. Leo

51 Seminary of St. Vincent de Paul
Boynton Beach

52 South-Eastern Bible College
Lakeland

53 Stetson University
DeLand

54 University of Miami
Coral Gables

55 University of Tampa
Tampa

56 Webber College
Babson Park

Private Junior Colleges

57 Florida College
Temple Terrace, Tampa

58 Florida Military College
DeLand

59 Marymount College
Boca Raton

60 Orlando Junior College
Orlando

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CHANGES AND ADDITIONS


One state university, two private degree-granting institutions, two

public junior colleges and one private junior college are participating in

this report for the first time.


Florida Atlantic University at Boca Raton is the latest member insti-

tution of the State University System to open its doors to students. This

is an upper division and graduate university which admits students at the

beginning of the junior year. The initial enrollment at Florida Atlantic

University was 867.


The Seminary of St. Vicent de Paul is a major Catholic seminary for

the education of diocesan priests. It is an upper division and graduate in-

stitution located at Boynton Beach, Florida. The Seminary opened in the

fall of 1963 with 28 students. It is participating in this study for the

first time this year, and it reported a fall enrollment of 39 students.


New College, a private liberal arts college related to the United

Church of Christ, began classes with 101 students in the fall of 1964. New

College will operate on an eleven-month school year leading to graduation

in three years.


The new public community junior colleges which began operations in

the fall of 1964 were Polk Junior College at Bartow, with 1,067 students,

and Okaloosa-Walton Junior College at Niceville, with 616 students.

Florida Military College, which is under the same administration and




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on the same campus as Florida Military School, at DeLand, is a private

junior college which enrolled its first class in September of 1961. The

enrollment of this junior college in the fall of 1964 was 34 students.


Collier Blocker Junior College at Palatka discontinued operations

after the close of the 1963-64 school year.


Jones College has been reclassified in this report from junior col-

lege status to degree-granting status. The institution is chartered to

award the degree of Bachelor of Business Science and has been granted per-

mission by the Accrediting Commission for Business Schools to reinstate

courses leading to the bachelor's degree which had been discontinued in or-

der that the college could receive accreditation as a junior college of

business. The college does award baccalaureate degrees to students who

transfer from other colleges after having successfully completed two years

of college-level general education. It is the intent of the institution to

apply, at a later date, for accreditation as a four-year specialized college

of business.


The number of institutions of higher education which are included in

this report is 60, which represents a net gain of five over the number in-

cluded in the previous issue.














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CONTENTS



PAGE

PREFACE . ... ........ . . . iii

LIST OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS . .. .. . iv

CHANGES AND ADDITIONS . . . .. . x

PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENT, FALL 1964 . ... 1

DISTRIBUTION OF COLLEGE-GRADE ENROLLMENT
IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
IN FLORIDA . . . ...... ...... 43

DENSITY OF COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION . . . 54

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT . . . . 58

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT. . . . . 93

TRENDS IN COLLEGE-GRADE ENROLLMENT, 1957-1964 . . 109

IN-MIGRATION AND OUT-MIGRATION OF COLLEGE STUDENTS . .. 124
























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TABLES


Table Number Page

1 Enrollment in All Florida Institutions of Higher
Learning, Fall 1964 . . . . 5

2 Distribution of On-Campus Florida Students Among Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning . . . 8

3 Distribution of On-Campus Out-of-State Students Among
Florida Institutions of Higher Learning . . 9

4 Distribution of All On-Campus Students Among Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning . . . 10

5 Distribution of On-Campus Florida College-Grade Students
Among Florida Institutions of Higher Learning, By County,
Fall 1964 . . . . . . 11

6 Distribution of On-Campus College-Grade Students in the
State University System, By County, Fall 1964 . ... 20

7 Total College-Grade On-Campus Enrollment in All Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning, Fall 1964 (By State) . 29

8 College-Grade On-Campus Enrollment in the State University
System, Fall 1964 (By State) . . .. 36

9 Enrollment in All Florida Institutions of Higher Learning,
Fall 1964 (By Type of Institution and Sex of Student) . 45

10 First-Time-in-College On-Campus Enrollment of Florida
Students in All Florida Institutions of Higher Learning,
Fall 1964 (By County) . . . . 62

11 On-Campus First-Time-in-College Enrollment in the State
University System, Fall 1964 (By County) . . 70

12 Number of Students Graduated from Florida Public High
Schools (By County) . . . . .. 77









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TABLES (Continued)


Table Number Page

13 Percent Number of First-Time-in-College Students is of Number
of Students Graduated from High School (By County) . .. 80

14 First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning, Fall 1958 Fall 1964
(By County) . . . . . ... 83

15 First-Time-in-College On-Campus Enrollment in All Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning, Fall 1964 (By State) . 85

16 First-Time-in-College On-Campus Enrollment in the State
University System, Fall 1964 (By State) . . 88

17 Distribution of First-Time-in-College On-Campus Florida
Students Among Florida Institutions of Higher Learning 90

18 Distribution of First-Time-in-College On-Campus Out-of-
State Students Among Florida Institutions of Higher
Learning . . . ...... .. 91

19 Distribution of All First-Time-in-College On-Campus Students
Among Florida Institutions of Higher Learning . . 92

20 Enrollment of On-Campus Florida Graduate Students in Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning, Fall 1964 (By County) . 96

21 Enrollment of On-Campus Graduate Students in Florida Institu-
tions of Higher Learning, Fall 1964 (By State) . . 103

22 Comparison of On-Campus Enrollments in Florida Colleges
and Universities by Type of Institution and by Year Since
and Including 1957. . . . . ... 116

23 On-Campus Enrollments in Florida Institutions of Higher
Learning, Fall 1957 Fall 1964 . . . 117

24 First-Time-in-College Enrollments, 1957 1964, by
Institution . . . . . . 119







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TABLES (Continued)


Table Number Page

25 Total College-Grade Enrollments, 1957 1964, by
Institution . . . . .. . 122

26 Composition of On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Institutions
of Higher Learning by In-State and Out-of-State Students,
Fall 1964 . . . . .. . ... 129

27 Enrollment of Out-of-State On-Campus Students in Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning, Fall 1957 Fall 1964 . 130

28 Percent of On-Campus Enrollments Composed of Out-of-State
Students, Fall 1957 Fall 1964 . . .. . 131

29 Percent of On-Campus Undergraduate Students in Florida's
State Universities Who Are from Out of the State, Fall 1959 -
Fall 1964 . . . . . . 132

30 Percent of On-Campus Graduate Students in Florida's State
Universities Who Are from Out of the State, Fall 1959 -
Fall 1964 . . .. ..... . .. 132

31 Enrollments of Out-of-State On-Campus Students in Florida's
State Universities, Fall 1959 Fall 1964 . ... 133

32 Percent of Out-of-State On-Campus Enrollments in Florida's
State Universities Which Were Undergraduate Students and
Which Ware Graduate Students, Fall 1959 Fall 1964 . 134



















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MAPS AND GRAPHS


Page

County Locations of Florida Institutions of Higher Learning which
Reported Student Enrollments, Fall 1964 . . . v

Distribution of Total College-Grade Enrollment Among Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning (Graph) ...... . 6

Distribution of On-Campus College-Grade Students Among Florida
Institutions of Higher Learning (Graphs) . .. .. 7

On-Campus Enrollment of Florida Students in All Florida Institutions
of Higher Learning, Fall 1964 (By County) . .. 14

Percent of On-Campus Enrollment in all Florida Colleges and
Universities Contributed by Each County, Fall 1964 . 15

Enrollment of On-Campus Florida Students in the State University
System, Fall 1964 (By County) . . . 16

Enrollment of On-Campus Florida Students in Florida Public Junior
Colleges, Fall 1964 (By County) . . . 17

Enrollment of On-Campus Florida Students in Florida Private Degree-
Granting Institutions, Fall 1964 (By County) . .. 18

Enrollment of On-Campus Florida Students in Florida Private Junior
Colleges, Fall 1964 (By County) . . . 19

Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida A & M University, Fall
1964, (By County) . . . .. ...... 23

Enrollment of On-Campus Florida Students in Florida Atlantic
University, Fall 1964 (By County). . . .... 24

Enrollment of On-Campus Florida Students in Florida State University,
Fall 1964 (By County) . . ......... 25

Enrollment of On-Campus Florida Students in the University of Florida,
Fall 1964 (By County) . .. . . 26








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MAPS AND GRAPHS (Continued)


Page

Enrollment of On-Campus Florida Students in the University of South
Florida, Fall 1964 (By County) . . . ... 27

Enrollment of Off-Campus Florida Students in the Florida Institute
For Continuing University Studies, Fall 1964 (By County) 28

On-Campus Enrollment in All Florida Institutions of Higher Learning,
Fall 1964 (By State) . . . . 31

On-Campus Enrollment in the State University System, Fall 1964
(By State) . . . ... . . 32

On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Public Junior Colleges, Fall 1964
(By State) . . . . . 33

On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Private Degree-Granting Institutions,
Fall 1964 (By State) . . . .. 34

On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Private Junior Colleges, Fall 1964
(By State) . . . . . . 35

On-Campus Enrollment in Florida A & M University, Fall 1964 (By
State) . . .. . . 38

On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Atlantic University, Fall 1964
(By State) . . . . . 39

On-Campus Enrollment in Florida State University, Fall 1964
(By State) . . . .. . .. 40

On-Campus Enrollment in the University of Florida, Fall 1964
(By State) . . . . . . 41

On-Campus Enrollment in the University of South Florida, Fall 1964
(By State) . . . ......... .. 42

Distribution of College-Grade Enrollment Among Institutions of Higher
Learning; All On-Campus Students (Graph) . . 53







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MAPS AND GRAPHS (Continued)


Page

Distribution of College-Grade Enrollment Among Institutions of
Higher Learning; All Off-Campus Students (Graph) . 53

Density of On-Campus College Student Population, Fall 1964
(By County) . . . . . 57

First-Time-in-College On-Campus Enrollment of Florida Students in All
Florida Institutions of Higher Learning, Fall 1964 (By County). 65

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students in the State
University System, Fall 1964 (By County) . . .. 66

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida Public
Junior Colleges, Fall 1964 (By County) . . ... 67

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida Private
Degree-Granting Institutions, Fall 1964 (By County) . 68

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida Private
Junior Colleges, Fall 1964 (By County) . . . 69

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida A 6 M
University, Fall 1964 (By County) . . . 73

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students in Florida State
University, Fall 1964 (By County) . . . .. 74

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students in the University
of Florida, Fall 1964 (By County) . .... ...... 75

First-Time-in-College Enrollment of Florida Students in the University
of South Florida, Fall 1964 (By County) . . 76

Number of Students Graduated from Public High Schools, Spring 1964
(By County) . . . .... . . 79

Percent that the Number of Florida First-Time-in-College Students is of
the Number of 1964 Graduates of Florida Public High Schools
(By County) . . . .... . 82






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MAPS AND GRAPHS (Continued)


Page


First-Time-in-College Enrollment in All Florida Institutions of
Higher Learning, Fall 1964 (By State) . . . 87

On-Campus Enrollment of Florida Graduate Students in Florida Insti-
tutions of Higher Learning, Fall 1964 (By County) . .. 99

On-Campus Enrollment of Florida Graduate Students in the State Uni-
versity System, Fall 1964 (By County) . . 100

On-Campus Enrollment of Florida Graduate Students in Florida Private
Degree-Granting Institutions, Fall 1964 (By County) . .. 101

Enrollment of Florida Graduate Students in the Florida Institute for
Continuing University Studies, Fall 1964 (By County) . 102

On-Campus Enrollment of Graduate Students in All of Florida's Insti-
tutions of Higher Learning, Fall 1964 (By State) . 106

On-Campus Enrollment of Graduate Students in the State University
System, Fall 1964 (By State) . . . .. 107

On-Campus Enrollment of Graduate Students in Florida Private Degree-
Granting Institutions, Fall 1964 (By State) . . .. 108

Distribution of All On-Campus Students Among Florida Institutions of
Higher Learning, Fall 1957 Fall 1964 (Graph) . . 118

Distribution of All First-Time-in-College On-Campus Students Among
Florida Institutions of Higher Learning, Fall 1957 Fall 1964
(Graph) . . . ... . . 121















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PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENT

FALL 1964




































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PRINCIPAL FINDINGS IN ENROLLMENT

FALL 1964



The enrollment of college-grade students in Florida institutions of

higher learning continued its rapid growth in the fall of 1964. At the

opening of the 1963-64 college year 124,869 students were attending classes

in the sixty colleges, universities and institutes in the State. This was a

gain of 17,006 (15.8%) over the 107,863 students of the previous year. The

on-campus enrollment in the fall of 1964 was 116,865, an increase of 14,872

(14.6%) over the fall 1963 on-campus enrollment of 101,993. The off-campus

enrollment rose from 5,870 in the fall of 1963 to 8,004 (a gain of 2,134 or

36.4%).


Public Institutions. There were 91,356 students (73.2% of the total)

enrolled in Florida's 35 public institutions of higher learning. Of these,

45,407 were registered in components of the State University System. The

on-campus enrollment in the five state universities was 38,478 (32.9% of the

total on-campus enrollment of Florida).


The total enrollments in the various institutions of the State Uni-

versity System were: Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University -

3,265; Florida Atlantic University 867; Florida State University -

12,219; University of Florida 15,925; University of South Florida -

6,498; Florida Institute for Continuing University Studies 6,633.


Florida's 29 public junior colleges began the 1963 fall semester with



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45,949 college-level students. This represented 36.8% of the total college

enrollment in Florida. These were all on-campus students, and they repre-

sented 39.3% of the on-campus enrollment in Florida's institutions of higher

learning.


Private Institutions. The 25 private institutions of higher learning

in Florida enrolled 33,513 students (27.8% of the total). The off-campus

enrollment of the private institutions was 1,075. There were 2,558 students

enrolled in the private junior colleges.


Composition of Enrollment. Of the 124,869 college students in Flor-

ida, 34,143 (27.3%) were in college for the first time. The graduate stu- ;

dent enrollment was 13,688 (11.0% of the total).


There were 101,124 residents of Florida enrolled as on-campus stu-

dents in Florida institutions of higher learning. These represented 86.5%

of the total on-campus enrollment. The on-campus enrollment of students

from other states and territories and from foreign countries totaled 15,741

(13.5%). This is an increase of 10.6% over the 14,229 out-of-state students

who were in residence on Florida campuses in the fall of 1963.


Distribution of Florida Students and Out-of-State Students. On

page 6 there is a graph which illustrates the manner in which Florida on-

campus students distributed themselves among the public and private colleges

and universities of the State. Over three-fourths (76.9%) of the Florida

resident on-campus students enrolled in public institutions in the fall of

1964. Of the latter, 57.4% were attending public junior colleges, and 42.6%




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were in state universities.


The bottom graph on page 7 shows that out-of-state students distri-

buted themsleves among the public and private institutions in converse order

from the distribution of Florida Students. Fifty-seven and eight-tenths

percent of the out-of-state students were in private institutions. Of those

who attended public institutions, 80.2% were enrolled in the state

universities.


Year-by-year percentage distributions of enrollments of Florida stu-

dents, out-of-state students, and all students are shown in Table 2, 3 and

4. Table 5 shows the distribution of the 101,124, on-campus Florida students

among the various types of institutions by county, and Table 6 provides a

breakdown, by county, of the way in which the on-campus Florida Students are

divided among the institutions of the State University System. The maps on

pages 14 to 19 and 23 to 28 illustrate the data found in Table 5 and 6.


Table 7 and 8, and the maps on pages 31 to 35, and 38 to 42 show the

distribution, by state of residence, of the out-of-state students among

Florida's institutions of higher learning.


















4







TABLE I

ENROLLMENT IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FALL 1964


On-Campus Enrollment Off-Campus Enrollment
First-Time Graduate Terminal Total On- College Grade Graduate Total
Institution Florida Non-Florida In College Programs Programs Campus Courses5 Programs Enrollment
State U.
System 33,146 5,332 7,471 4,423 57 38,478 6,929 6,680 45,407

FAMU 2,996 269 795 298 57 3,265 -- -- 3,265

FAU 844 23 -- 2 -- 867 -- --- 867

FSU 9,750 2,397 2,206 2,008 -- 12,147 72 72 12,219

UF 13,292 2,409 2,764 1,988 -- 15,701 224 224 15,925

USF 6,264 234 1,706 127 -- 6,498 -. -- 6,498

FICUS .- -. -. 6,633 6,384 6,633

Public JC 44,631 1,318 18,699 -- 6,850 45,949 -- -- 45,949

Priv. DGI 21,166 8,714 6,737 2,585 724 29,880 1,075 -- 30,955

Priv. JC 2,181 377 1,236 -- 251 2,558 -- 2,558

TOTAL 101,124 15,741 34,143 7,008 7J882 116,865 8,004 6,680 124,869

Includes all students in one or more courses' for credit which are given on campus.

2Includes 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.

includes all students who are enrolled in terminal or technical programs.

5Includes students enrolled in courses for credit which are given off-campus, except students in correspondence
courses and contract programs. All FICUS students are consul ered as part of off-campus enrollment.









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









riv
7 J.C
2.0



Private State University
Degree-Granting System
Institutions
36.3%
24.8%











Public Junior
Colleges

36.8%





















6









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






r V.
C.
2%
Private
D.G.I. State
20.9% Universities
32.8%



Public Junior
Colleges

44.1%





Florida Students










1.


State
Universities
33.9%
Private
D.G.I.
55.4% Pub.
J. C.
8.4%








Out-of-State Students


7








TABLE 2


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.C 21.5 33.9 3.8 100.0

1960 41.5 27.4 28.0 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

1964 32.8 44.1 20.9 2.2 100.0









TABLE 3


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%

1953 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

1964 33.9 8.4 55.4 2.4 100.1









TABLE 4


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

01960 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

1964 32.9 39.3 25.6 2.2 100.0









TABLE 5

DISTRIBUTION OF ON-CAMPUS FLORIDA COLLEGE-GRADE STUDENTS
AMONG FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING, BY COUNTY
FALL 1964

State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. % County Total
County System JC DGI JC Total is of Fla. Total

Alachua 1,345 388 106 3 1,842 1.82
Baker 23 52 4 -- 79 .80
Bay 295 1,018 66 -- 1,379 1.36
Bradford 77 69 26 1 173 .17
Brevard 706 2,453 962 14 4,135 4.09

Broward 1,972 3,214 789 12 5,987 5.92
Calhoun 59 98 3 160 .16
Charlotte 57 60 15 1 133 .13
Citrus 35 72 13 1 121 .12
Clay 94 184 60 2 340 .34

Collier 77 176 26 1 280 .28
Columbia 113 304 17 -- 434 .43
Dade 4,690 10P075 8,312 36 23,113 22.86
DeSoto 72 25 17 -- 114 .11
Dixie 25 67 7 -- 99 .10

Duval 2,501 1,105 3,310 9 6,925 6.85
Escambia 614 2,946 66 3 3,629 3.59
Flagler 23 50 6 2 81 .08
Franklin 48 10 8 66 .07
Gadsden 316 84 34 434 .43

Gilchrist 19 31 1 1 52 .05
Glades 7 8 8 -- 23 .02
Gulf 44 63 9 -- 116 .11
Hamilton 45 162 7 214 .21
Hardee 65 41 22 -- 128 .13








TABLE 5 (continued)


State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. % County Total
County System JC DGI JC Total is of Fla. Total

Hendry 38 29 19 3 89 .09
Hernando 74 37 21 2 134 .13
Highlands 115 67 53 2 237 .23
Hillsborough 4,979 1,124 1,222 98 7,423 7.34
Holmes 28 78 5 -- 111 .11

Indian River 129 182 60 -- 371 .37
Jackson 204 404 23 -- 631 .62
Jefferson 92 176 7 -- 275 .27
Lafayette 11 35 -- 46 .05
Lake 349 637 123 14 1,123 1.11

Lee 308 719 104 2 1,133 1.12
Leon 2'587 211 47 -- 2,845 2.81
Levy 60 80 15 3 158 .16
Liberty 21 18 -- -- 39 .04
Madison 108 232 10 1 351 .35

Manatee 381 918 68 3 1,370 1.35
Marion 362 761 62 3 1,188 1.17
Martin 72 130 24 1 227 .22
Monroe 140 100 61 1 302 .30
Nassau 79 50 56 1 186 .18

Okaloosa 269 699 21 1 990 .98
Okeechobee 33 62 7 -- 102 .10
Orange 1,509 264 2,127 1,609 5,509 5.45
Osceola 76 11 33 38 158 .16
Palm Beach 1,381 3,376 372 18 5,147 5.09








TABLE 5 (continued)


State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. % County Total
County System -JC DGI JC Total is of Fla.Total

Pasco 224 44 126 4 398 .39
Pinellas 2,439 5,005 630 20 8,094 8.00
Polk 1,206 1,288 606 13 3,113 3.08
Putnam 147 430 46 -- 623 .62
Saint Johns 128 253 141 2 524 .52

SAint Lucie 183 528 61 -- 772 .76
Santa Rosa 102 415 2 1 520 .51
Sarasota 571 732 148 9 1,460 1.44
Seminole 239 101 124 187 651 .64
Sumter 66 138 5 1 210 .21

Suwannee 89 148 25 -- 262 .26
Taylor 81 130 6 -- 217 .21
Union 26 28 2 -- 56 .06
Volusia 726 1,736 701 9 3,172 3.14
1Wakulla 46 8 2 -- 56 .06

Walton 70 146 10 1 227 .22
Washington 60 116 1 -- 177 .18
Unclassified 16 230 96 48 390 .39


TOTAL 33,146 44,631 21,166 2,181 101,124 100.00










ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN ALL
FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FALL 1964

(By County)




173
jtX*MetA. IZ0;jSO LQHSrA riWALT0N I-M.; -
(520 ,ln .-11
520 1990 1 L.8 631 \ .. .. 186
2 2 7 1 7 R, /,,, / 3 4 / i
-2'-1 16 -- .. -- 79 \ r !
.- i !o 1f,345(I257V 351 \6,925
39217 3 6240 524
1L.~ .y tt A 7 5 340
1,379 16PU,"
3,629 1 9,.
521 1,842 1623 [ -
/ 81 *
99\ kt
158
S1,188 2 .J 1,123
s ~172
121
2 10 -


S2 158 0 4,135-.
7 423
8,094 2 3,113 ,


1,3701 128 .1 1021772
Unclassified 390 1,460 11 227
r 227
Total 101,124 2.

1,133 89 5,147
$ROWARD
5,987
- 280 -2
"oR 3 23,113










14










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

FALL 1964







198 L L 6 .17

2 81 I i 3 / .2.-'L





10 1-1.82.62
S .51 1.98 j.522L'.5,;,. ..r .U-1 / \ .u"-
.. ..... .......... .......





2 1, Ir








1 4 03.08.16 409
A "tota of10,124 Fl or I i dastudentsweli 0





n u.0r i t.of
1.6 1.35 i.13 23



1 !/- .^j \ 0






1-.1 .13 i -



A total of 101,124 Florida students were .09 i 5.09
enrolled in all of Florida's colleges *.1 -^--. *
and universities in the Fall of 1964 v28...

classified by county, although they
were Florida residents. y so o
.322,86











15









ENROLLMENT OF ON-CAMPUS FLORIDA STUDENTS IN THE
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
FALL 1964


(By County)





61' 102 269 70 204 79
't 91 L 2,501
'_t "AS9 9 '10
"' 21 \46 81 26 94
Ai,, A""T1"' 2
44 8 J 11" ..... / !4 pt






74 1,509
/ 19 il,345 14U

0 ,2362
S726 22
\.UM'I6"6 Art







Ul-nclassified 160..o
(35 3 0

















4,690
S4 1 -50 i

.2 1,206.\ 76 9
)i'4 979 70
2,439-- 7 1 --129l.

.- 65 1,5 .33 .r83.

571 .,M/ OEM

Unclassified 16 73088 1,381

Total -33,146 j 77 1,972!


490









16










ENROLLMENT OF ON-CAMPUS FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES
FALL 1964

(By County)






IA fQA $ WALS 17W6
( ~i 78f 40 176
S 15 699 146Lj"78 _.*o4 1.. Tb -
( 116 A--' L-,84 "62 ...
2 98;-. ,, 211 I 232 1,105
-JiLA-r..A 52
", -/ 18 1 48 1304-Y,-,,,
I 1. 130 ,, 8 84
2,946 63 N A 5.. 1 R- 253
1i018 67 388 "43 \
80/ 1 -"50

S761 736
9;ZiF 637i.
72 / r
3 8" 2
37 264
S 44r ". -\ 2,453
i .-i1,288\ 11 4A
5,005 24 1 "
S[ 1 *.... -182
a,: Ilil a I I
.18 4l1 67 2 i528
S A~ 1 130
Unclassified 44,631 101 2
60 3,376
Total 230 ",.-'3
719 7 ICo -LLO
*-' L ... ....
176 3,214


0oo 10 07









17









ENROLLMENT OF ON-CAMPUS FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA
PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS
FALL 1964

(By County)





CSW.iilZA-.'^MT RwrtTO JHOLMIS /JAC.SOM 5 \
66/ 2 21 10 5 23 --
/.. 3"5 3,310
________ 4 3 7 10 -
N 66 / 0 1.,.25 117. r"m
-.x.2 6 .., 141
ft\.m$ LI \ vt^ i -'
90 V
i l106 1 46 .iD
_7 106
151 i
62
'' i..--. 701

5 jANORANGE
21. 2.127 1
-' ,-- i 0
126 78


6630
18 _. 6
S68 i 22 61..*
S'< h 553 _;7 -61
Unclassified 96 124 -- ;a- 17 j 24.
15 ..
Total 21,166 ,i .. "372
04 19
S' ROWAR
S 6 789

o 8,312
61









18










ENROLLMENT OF ON-CAMPUS FLORIDA STUDENTS IN
FLORIDA PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES
FALL 1964

(By County)





EaMA.Qa o 'owr4S /JACON U o
3 1 0 0,
?Y).\, , Y o'-I o.- j^- ~ .^ ,- ,.o

io 9 P o9
0 j0 0 0 2





2.2 1
S3 1o 3 -
3 187



2y;' i t ji .r.. ""


I0' o 00o
119
1 1$6


1,609
20 98 13 1,
/-o 0
3 20 2 0

Unclassified 48 187 -- -.--.. -' V .-

Total 2,181 j.-'-ro,--.--18-
L-^ rei| .. ....
V J L ",OROWARD
12


J 3 6 /

19







19










TABLE 6

DISTRIBUTION OF ON-CAMPUS FLORIDA COLLEGE-GRADE STUDENTS IN THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM, BY COUNTY
FALL 1964

State U. % County Lotal
County FAMU FAU FSU UF UFT System is of Fla. Total

Alachua 44 1 93 1,196 11 1,345 4.06
Baker 1 -- 2 20 -- 23 .07
By 39 -- 179 70 7 295 .89
Bradford 10 -- 9 55 3 77 .23
Brevard 21 12 213 402 58 706 2.13

Broward 106 344 550 888 84 1,972 5.95
Calhoun 14 -- 33 12 -- 59 .18
Charlotte 1 2 17 22 15 57 .17
Citrus 6 -- 7 18 4 35 .11
Clay 1 -- 23 67 3 94 .28

Collier 2 -- 23 34 13 77 .23
S Columbia 15 1 52 42 3 113 .34
Dade 261 126 1,365 2,641 297 4,690 14.15
DeSoto 11 -- 15 41 5 72 .22
Dixie -- 5 20 -- 25 .08

Duval 336 1 821 1,265 78 2,501 7.55
Escambia 99 1 302 204 8 614 1.85
Flagler 1 -- 8 14 -- 23 .07
Franklin 10 -- 33 5 -- 48 .14
Gadsden 160 128 25 3 316 .95

Gilchrist -- 4 15 -- 19 .06
Glades 3 -- 3 1 7 .02
Gulf 9 -- 29 5 1 44 .13
Hamilton 18 -- 11 16 -- 45 .14
Hardee 2 -- 14 21 28 64 .20










TABLE 6 (continued)

CState"U. % County Total
County FAMU FAU FSU UF USF ,System is of Fla. Total

Hendry 6 4 9 14 5 38 .11
Hernando 9 -- 12 26 27 74 .22
Highlands 10 1 32 47 25 115 .35
Hillsborough 152 -- 446 710 3,671 4,979 15.02
Holmes 2 -- 15 11 -- 28 .08

Indian River 18 -- 45 61 5 129 .39
Jackson 41 -- 112 47 4 204 .62
Jefferson 37 -- 44 11 -- 92 .28
Lafayette 1 -- 7 3 -- 11 .03
Lake 22 7 107 166 47 349 1.05

Lee 13 10 87 126 72 308 .93
Leon 760 -- 1,732 88 7 2,587 7.80
Levy 1 -- 12 46 1 60 .18
S Liberty 2 -- 14 5 -- 21 .06
Madison 34 1 50 23 -- 108 .33

Manatee 26 -- 132 145 78 381 1.15
Marion 47 -- 85 217 13 362 1.09
Martin 10 -- 16 42 4 72 .22
Monroe 3 -- 35 81 16 140 .42
Nassau 10 -- 39 24 6 79 .24

Okaloosa 8 2 166 89 4 269 .81
Okeechobee 2 -- 14 15 2 33 .10
Orange 90 1 398 359 161 1,509 4.55
Osceola 1 -- 28 33 14 76 .23
Palm Beach 90 317 339 600 35 1,381 4.17













TABLE 6 (continued)

State U. % County Total
County FAMU FAU FSU UF USF System is of Fla. Total

Pasco 9 -- 35 50 130 224 .68
Pinellas 85 4 654 937 759 2,439 7.36
Polk 100 2 321 427 356 1,206 3.64
Putnam 24 -- 38 83 2 147 .44
Saint Johns 17 1 45 64 1 128 .39

Saint Lucie 32 3 42 100 6 183 .55
Santa Rosa 12 -- 50 39 1 102 .31
Sarasota 13 1 199 254 104 571 1.72
Seminole 24 -- 64 126 25 239 .72
Sumter 6 -- 12 38 10 66 .20

Suwannee 11 -- 38 40 -- 89 .27
Taylor 18 -- 31 31 1 81 .24
Union -- 3 23 -- 26 .08
Volusia 42 2 211 430 41 726 2.19
Hakulla 15 -- 27 4 -- 46 .14

Talton 9 -- 35 24 2 70 .21
TTashington 9 -- 33 16 2 60 .18
Unclassified -- -- -- 16 -- 16 .05


TOTAL 2,996 844 9,750 13,292 6,264 33,146 100.00











ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN FLORIDA A S M UNIVERSITY
FALL 1964

(By County)






LA7.;AMTAQ'A OSAjSWAITOM sMoS
Si I 2 1 "
,99/ i 8 9 1 2', ."'" 41 r
(i 9 ....OUz -L160O A;A A T M




/ 4
9 2 \15 li
19 8j 15I I/ ^ 90 17



L 12 0'" 2 '4
S 47 42

6 r/ r;-^-M r^
13 l. \ \ \




85-j 1521 100 \ 1 0L
81







13 --- ---- -
R103 -1 10.2




.BROWARO
i 2 '" 'I 106


261










23









ENROLLMENT OF ON-CAMPUS FLORIDA STUDENTS IN
FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY
FALL 1964

(By County)





0 2 0 J0 .
0 r...O .... .
SL EN 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 /

0 iT 1 0
o


V 0 7 ,1
_'' O
S 02 2

-r 0 7 \ i
o .I .I i I I Q
.oi \

4 o. 2 ,-
\" 1 l.-. f
0 "


Total 844 _._ V 0

2.-L.; 317
m o10, 4 L
L. .D ,.ROW ARO
00 344


126
0.






S24
24









ENROLLMENT OF ON-CAMPUS FLORIDA STUDENTS IN
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
FALL 1964

(By County)






S50 166 1 3 112 LE toN T-l -- '- -39
33 / L 12$/ 50 8
^ 33 2-.5c7- 2 t8 2




/ k7. 3i
52
L 85 j3 I r211

S'12 07 '
S25 211
7.2. 10r. 16







35550
6544461 321 ,"--


325 134 32 42
Total 9,750 ,T ''O- WA.32
15 "16"

0 I"~~339


25550
23 ----- -


35 1,365 ?









25








ENROLLMENT OF ON-CAMPUS FLORIDA STUDENTS IN
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
FALL 1964

(By County)





4 9 89 24 1tll3 47 -
m) \r ..1 ;- > 4265

j 4AFAi 6 )1,265
.16 / q 5 16' i i_ ) /.; --
$AV' 1288 111 23/



/4 1,340
18 1 / I4
JLAFAfO 2 .-6"Y/ 5 i 564







26 i 859
55 I



Tse 2 427\ 33 t a
9 / 46 i \ V--'W







77 ...
Unclassified 16 ~" 21 .47 .





Total 13,292 254 A \1 \


Lt 14" 600


34 888
81
2266c. i_ 859

N o- 33

2610

Unclassified 16 0 ^ l21 147 i-Z 5 c.bio0

Total 13,292 254 S__OTA1. 41 4


nc a 1 600


S. 34 t 888

12,641









26











ENROLLMENT OF ON-CAMPUS FLORIDA STUDENTS IN
THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
FALL 1964

(By County)






A WIA. 1 S1 1SA.WAt 6 t WATO L


8 1 4 2 1
-? .\.. /' ~ ** ----r r- 2 ) 6





S0 11 2 N

'- ( 41
1'S3- ViUMir LTI .. -

S4 / 47 f- 5 r
}_-.:-/ i I lA. \






0 25 2 ...
l 281 C ROWA

Toa 618 -
27 : .J-aD.i 4






1
759-6711 356



0 8 28 \ 2 65
Total 6,264 sARA50YA






18

297










27








ENROLLMENT OF OFF-CAIPUS FLORIDA STUDENTS IN
THE FLORIDA INSTITUTE FOR CONTINUING UNIVERSITY STUDIES
FALL 1964

(By County)






399 | 2 -. 28 -AL-
S 55 79 16 -- 8 J 0'. T- ----. 16:-
10 I !cOUN 0 0
S0 0 0 /" -

"(. 16 v 0 0 14 23
05 v A tAY i 8-\
0 i 0 1 38

/ -0 Y- 0IS


0 1 2i
I 62 2 215 -F
467
S28 .'o

393
768 170 201 398


64 1 22 246 O 24
I-.Fr ^ \i !24 'r
Total 6,633 A 18 I r 43

21 0
.01Rc 852
58 53
)COLLIER 1 ... w .
.IROWARD
936
50
omror 286
70






2o8



28










TABLE 7

TOTAL COLLEGE-GRADE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN
ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FALL 1964

(By State)




State U. Pub. Priv. Priv.
State System JC DGI JC Total

Alabama 315 159 126 24 624
Alaska 3 2 2 1 8
Arizona 6 1 12 2 21
Arkansas 36 4 24 10 74
California 105 16 87 5 213

Colorado 20 5 16 1 42
Connecticut 78 27 403 16 524
Delaware 13 3 45 -- 61
Dist. of Columbia 25 2 71 2 100
Florida 33,146 44,631 21,166 2,181 101,124

Georgia 784 86 409 10 1,289
Hawaii 2 1 4 1 8
Idaho 1 2 2 -- 5
Illinois 212 58 454 24 748
Indiana 106 60 148 15 329

Iowa 34 8 39 -- 81
Kansas 24 2 23 2 51
Kentucky 81 16 116 19 232
Louisiana 85 7 32 3 127
Maine 24 17 60 1 102

Maryland 74 20 196 5 295
Massachusetts 145 27 420 7 599
Michigan 94 31 142 3 270
Minnesota 22 9 34 -- 65
Mississippi 72 10 38 2 122

Missouri 40 10 58 6 114
Montana 4 2 4 1 11
Nebraska 9 -- 11 -- 20
Nevada 10 -- 4 -- 14
New Hampshire 5 9 24 -- 38





29











TABLE 7
(Continued)




State U. Pub. Priv. Priv.
State System JC DGI JC Total

New Jersey 235 93 1,077 38 1,443
New Mexico 20 2 14 1 37
New York 559 119 1,942 59 2,679
North Carolina 136 30 170 1 337
North Dakota 3 1 5 -- 9

Ohio 224 51 403 23 701
Oklahoma 29 6 17 2 54
Oregon 8 3 4 3 18
Pennsylvania 234 72 837 11 1,154
Rhode Island 20 6 78 2 106

South Carolina 155 22 126 7 310
South Dakota 4 -- 5 -- 9
Tennessee 169 30 115 10 324
Texas 102 8 52 6 168
Utah 11 2 4 1 18

Vermont 6 7 25 -- 38
Virginia 202 45 281 9 537
Washington 21 4 6 4 35
West Virginia 42 14 42 1 99
Wisconsin 55 11 65 3 134
Wyoming 6 -- 6 2 14


Sub Total 37,816 45,751 29,444 2,524 115,535


Canal Zone 20 -- 21 4 45
Guam -- -- 1 -- 1
Puerto Rico 3 2 67 -- 72
Other Countries 635 194 343 19 1,191
Unclassified 4 2 4 11 21


TOTAL 38,478 45,949 29,880 2,558 116,865








30







ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
Alaska 8 FALL 1964
(By State)

I35 / ----.-- ... -
35
S, N. DAK. /102
ORECo 11 9 NN38
18 I 0 A--HQ 65 599
I S. DAK. 134 679
S9 ---.---- ...--- V 106

... 06524
S213 w"---- ....--...-- i.-- 5124.4 /- "'" -
S14 \ IOWA 15 1,443
S N.EV T-----.-.. 81 OH 61-, .
S\ 14 ...- I ND 701 .
UAr -- I 748 329. 537 295
CAIF.\ 18 COLO. 748(32/ ) .99 9 A
18 KANSAS MO. r *
213 i 42 51 114 -- 232

I 32 337
'j 324 _z 1
\ AR J OKLA ARK s. SC.
SNMEX 54 \ 310 District of
21 37 4 GA Columbia- 100
--- M. s MIS 1 1,2
Ha.aii -8-- ..... 122 624 1,289
Hawaii 8 TEXAS .A / ,. ---'
Florida -101,124 168 127 1,
Other States and D.C 14,411 FIA.
Canal Zone 45
Guam 1
Puerto Rico 72
Other Countries 1,191
Unclassified 21
Total 116,865







ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
Alaska 3 FALL 1964

(By State)



*T^*---7--.-- .--.. ,r
y21 / I 7 T- J
S- MONTH. i N DAK 2
OR0fV / MINN. -:
OREON
SIDAH O 5- --. } 22 L i. \ U145
'--- I 1 AK / 55 ,- 20
--1 6 w i~ l94.^ 78-
i IOWA 234 235
S -T..3-----.... ) 34 \ 13
9o I IEE .N D 1 3 4 r .
S \ 10 A~ \N. 224 -74
UTAH 016. 4 74
CA. \ 11 COLO. 212 ". 4A 2V
SI _C 105 20 81 24 4 .
\----- 24 40 C.
169 TENN. 136
SARIZr S OKLA ARK. --r --'-r

-- 20 GA
I 2 S. District of
h 784 Columbia 25
Hawaii -2 TEX---AS 85 72 315

S102 33,146

Florida 33,146 F\
Other States and DC 4,670
Canal Zone 20
Puerto Rico 3
Other Countries 635
Unclassified 4
Total 38,478








ON CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES
Alaska 2 FALL 1964

(By State)
4 : 7"--7. .._. -"- ,._ ,r ,,
----4 I L I t RM
I Mo, I N. DAK N 17
OREGN / D '
I A 9 WIS.. I 9 r /27
3wi 2 AK.119
WYO. MICH. )
S -- O To -. 31.. /1 .... -- Cu 1i 2
IIOWA
SNEBR. OHwO K 93
0 ILL IN 51 -
0 \ UTAH 8 60 K 20
CALF.\ COLO. 45
Sc. 2 COKANSAS MO. r- .
16 -- -- .-5 10 C.
SITENN r --.30
ARe I OKLA ARP. 0 -- C

UN- '2
Hawaii -1 j M \
-- 159 86 District of
TEXAS \ ~ Columbia 2
Florida 44,631 l 8
Other States and DC 1,120 4,3
Puerto Rico 2 44,631
Other Countries 194
Unclassified 2
Total 45,949










Alaska -.2 ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS
FALL 1964
| 7 -...- (By State) r.
WAS *-*-*-*
6 f OIw*
4 .. N... A -,% .\60
SMONT MI *
ORE N 1 MINN.
4 2 --- S. AK 34 ... 420
I 2 S DAK 2 78
"/ \--^ 2 i o 5 .---- 7--1 65 n) ._.--,-.1o
.-O25 ._ -- MICH. ,
S. 6 -'- 403
6. 1 4 2 4 0 3
E v.A r \ 83 u 1,077
/ .NEBR. 39 A 1O75
\ / I I 11 -LL 403(c- j 96
SUTAH i 8 454 8 454 \196
CA ,I F COLO. \ C i 2-
Ca487 KANSAS MO. X 52
87 \. ..58 116^ -r )
S---l 4 TENN
ARI OKLA ARK. 1. .15
? N. MRo 17 2 12
12 1L 24 GA.
Hawaii 4 14 --- MISS
Hawaii-4 126 / 409
L... \ TEXAS ) 38 District Of
Columbia 71
Florida 21,166 52 32
Other States and DC 8,278 FL 21,166
Canal Zone 21
Guam 1
Puerto Rico 67
Other Countries 343
Unclassified 4
Total 38,478








ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT III FLORIDA PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES
Alaska 1 FALL 1964
(By State)

4-- .. --- -

S"MON N. T

OREGON 1MINN. I-
AHO Ws. 7
/ 3 N AK. 59 \




NEBR 0 OHO 11
AO l i i i N \ 25 i -





t\ AH -.-- 15 1K.. r. 9
CA. \ I 1 COL KANSAS MO. .. I .
5 --...... 1 2 6
\ I \ ..... -, ,'- '- I"-



\.M v2 | A. |(
ARI j OKLA ARC

Hawaii 1 2 *" I A
f 10
-.L- f- -- 2 24 District of
\ -TEXAS >- ^ ^LA. _. Columbia 2
6 3
Florida 2,181 / 6 k
Other States and DC 343 2,181
Canal Zone 4 ,,
Other Countries 19
Unclassified 11
Total 2,558










TABLE 8

COLLEGE-GRADE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN
THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
FALL 1964

(By State)





State FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Total

Alabama 53 -- 168 89 5 315
Alaska -- -- 3 -- 3
Arizona -- -- 3 3 -- 6
Arkansas -- 18 15 3 36
California -- 50 47 8 105

Colorado 7 13 -- 20
Connecticut 4 1 32 38 3 78
Delaware 1 -- 4 8 -- 13
Dist. of Columbia 1 -- 4 16 4 25
Florida 2,996 844 9,750 13,292 6,264 33,146

Georgia 78 -- 513 177 16 784
Hawaii -- -- 1 1 2
Idaho -- 1 -- 1
Illinois 2 -- 82 116 12 212
Indiana 4 -- 45 47 10 106

Iowa 1 -- 22 11 -- 34
Kansas -- 11 10 3 24
Kentucky 1 -- 34 41 5 81
Louisiana 8 -- 50 26 1 85
Maine -- 1 13 8 2 24

Maryland -- 35 34 5 74
Massachusetts 3 1 68 61 12 145
Michigan 1 1 34 51 7 94
Minnesota 1 -- 14 7 22
Mississippi 8 1 38 24 1 72

Missouri -- 21 17 2 40
Montana -- 2 1 1 4
Nebraska -- 4 5 -- 9
Nevada -- 2 5 3 10
New Hampshire -- 3 2 -- 5





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TABLE 8
(Continued)





State FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Total

New Jersey 7 -- 90 126 12 235
New Mexico -- -- 13 7 -- 20
New York 29 5 200 291 34 559
North Carolina 4 -- 64 63 5 136
North Dakota -- -- 3 -- -- 3

Ohio 5 5 87 118 9 224
Oklahoma -- 1 12 14 2 29
Oregon -- -- 4 4 -- 8
Pennsylvania 15 2 100 100 17 234
Rhode Island -- -- 5 12 3 20

South Carolina 12 -- 83 57 3 155
South Dakota -- 1 -- 3 -- 4
Tennessee 10 -- 84 74 1 169
Texas 13 -- 44 42 3 102
Utah -- 5 5 1 11

Vermont -- -- 1 5 -- 6
Virginia 5 1 88 92 16 202
Washington -- -- 8 13 -- 21
West Virginia -- -- 19 21 2 42
Wisconsin 1 3 25 21 5 55
Wyoming -- -- 4 2 -- 6


Sub Total 3,263 867 11,967 15,238 6,481 37,816


Canal Zone -- 20 -- 20
Guam -- -- -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico -- 3 -- -- 3
Other Countries 2 -- 157 459 17 635
Unclassified -- -- -- 4 -- 4


TOTAL 3,265 867 12,147 15,701 6,498 38,478








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ON-CAIIPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA A S UNIVERSITY
FALL 1964
Alaska 0
(By State)


o v I
I 'it-*---
MoN, I N. DAK.-
O EGO 0 MINN. f -A
O S. DAK. 29
0 1 29
"0 0 .-.. 1 CH 0
) / ----r- o .---- L ^ \--}.-D", ^
V -" -------.. B IO A O W,
/ -, -. o o- OHIO. % '
o -.----( I ......J
SUTAH 2 4.. 5 0
SCAI \ I COLO. / o
A KANSAS MO.
A \ i z.


S I O I OK i -, 0 ,/ Cc_..-
SN. MEX 0 I ARK A
AROz I i j C >12
SI SS ALA.
"I- I 7- ,
--L- 53 7_ District of
Hawaii 0 TE ASLA -- k Columbia 1
13 8
N ,L 2,996
Florida 2,996
Other States and DC 267
Other Countries 2
Total 3,265








Alaska 0 ON CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY
FALL 1964

v "7'`--- y(By State) r*

SI o \ 1 I- A
MO/ MOIN N. DAK
OREGO-N 0 .-.
.- .... ,. M CN .


--- "I ; Y# IN-. 5 \ 6 -
0DH S. OAK. 0 WIS. .. .

0 1


S o, \ W colo. <0", o u ,Y
o L.o 0 KANSS \ IOWA .

I UTAH I MjX 0 1 0
C) I KANSAS MO.

-"\ / : 0 Ai \ ",
0 A0 .. AA \ 0
-4-- 0 V
h* I A JI -' i


S"-\ olumbia -
OKLA A
ARIZ MEX AP~ r,




Florida 844 G

Other States and DC 23
Total 867








ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
FALL 1964
Alaska 0
( (By State)

s y-7 ---'--- .. I i _,,f ^


fo 1 N. DAK. 1
OR-..O ;N I 2_253 MINN.-
4 ---H 4 6.- 4 w .. 3
1 -1 S. DAK. i 200
O 0o i 0 ._- 25 M.CH
WYO. 334
4.,O 332
NO N -- L ) 22 tOWA O 90
S4 ---- L 87 i
\ 2 / UTAH I 45 ..-.. VA 88 35
LIF 5 COLO. KANSAS MO 82 r 9 1 A
r \ I ...... 50 N-11., 21 .o-3 .-- c

a IENN ~-Ad64
OKLA C --."T *
ARI ARK.
N. MEX 12 I 83
3 G1 I -.
13 \-1 LA GA.
Hawaii 0 -. AA. 513
S---..-- "--- 38 5 District of
TEXAS ) LA Columbia 4
Florida 9,750 \ 44 50
Other States and DC 2,217 FL'.
Canal Zone 20 9,750
Puerto Rico 3
Other Countries 157
Total -12,147







ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
FALL 1964
Alaska 3
(B3 State)

4q T --., ... r-' _%
13/ -- .T
/ i I. 5 t'y
M ONT. N. DAK\
ri o. I"1
SORGON / 1 .--- MINN.
O 1- 7 E .s -61
S0 OAK. 21 c 9 12
WYO. I 3 o CH... .. 38
S 51. 1 1:

{-- -- 5 ~ ^T 1 i l 7 y. ^ ^- ^c
\ 2 IOWA O$O\O 126
__ .14 15 I \ \ Distict of







Hawaii 1 .,-. : 4 8 177 ,(
5 .5 .-- --' ILL 118 )





\ 7,..TS \ ., l .--,r
Florida 13,292 CO 42O. Mo. r 2

13Other Countries 459
asii 10 1
AoXA- \ 6
ARIZ OKLA 1 .C
N.MEX 14 1 5
H3 i GA A District of
7 9 ISS.* 177 Columbia 16


Florida 13,292 42 .26
Other States and DC 1,946 13,292
Other Countries 459
Unclassified 4
Total 15,701







ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
FALL 1964
Alaska 0
(By State)



ON 1 N. DAK. 2 0
0" 11 MINN. -
"ONT. i NA '
ORECON 1 1.. MN "" f ,
SIDO -- ...... 0 o 0 w! 12
0 S5. DAK. 5 IS4 0. 3
o 0 ...---- 5 ICH. .-- .t 3
S ;0 I \ IOWA -- \ 12
/ t -IEV -------.. NEBR. ) 10 17 OHO .-' 12
\ I ---- I ND 9 c- .
SUTAH i 12 10 (. A 5
CALIF COLO. ) 1
S1 KANSAS MO.
8 ------- 3 2 ..5--_" C
-- .JENN. 5"
S. /---'^.--- / .-.-.-- 5
AR OKLA C C.
0 MEX 2 3 3 District of
So '- GA. Columbia 4
SI --- MISS. Al
Hawaii -1 -.L---- 1 5 16
TEXAS
-,, 3 .-- .
Florida 6,264 RA
Other States.and DC 217 6,264
Other Countries 17 -
Total 6,498































DISTRIBUTION OF COLLEGE-GRADE ENROLLMENT IN ALL

INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING IN FLORIDA


































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



In Table 9 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-nine and seven-tenths per-

cent of the on-campus students were men, and 46.7% of the off-campus stu-

dents were men. Of the total enrollment of 124,869, there were 73,519 men

(58.9%) and 51,350 women (41.1%).


There were 76,362 students enrolled in the twenty-six degree-granting

institutions and FICUS (68,358 on campus and 8,004 off campus). Fifty-nine

and five-tenths percent (45,407) of these students were enrolled in compo-

nents of the State University System (38,478 on campus and 6,929 off campus,

the latter including the 6,633 FICUS students). Forty and five-tenths per-

cent of the students of degree-granting institutions were enrolled in the 21

private degree-granting colleges and universities (29,880 on campus and 1,075

off campus).


Junior colleges enrolled 48,507 students, all of whom were on campus.

Ninety-four and seven-tenths percent of these students (45,949) were in

public junior colleges and 5.3% (2,558) were in private junior colleges.


The distribution of all students among the types of institutions is

shown by the graph on page 6. The graphs on page 53 illustrate the distri-

bution of on-campus and off-campus students.




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TABLE 9

ENROLLMENT IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FALL 1964

(By Type of Institution and Sex of Student)


On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Off-Campus Students

UNIVERSITY SYSTEM

Florida A & M University
Men 1,546 413 0 56
Women 1,719 382 0 1
Total 3,265 795 0 57

Florida Atlantic University
Men 452 0 0 0
Women 415 0 0 0
Total 867 0 0 0

Florida State University
Men 6,480 1,006 72 0
Women 5,667 1,200 0 0
Total 12,147 2,206 72 0

University of Florida
Men 10,964 1,701 223 0
Women 4,737 1,063 1 0
Total 15,701 2,764 224 0

University of South Florida
Men 3,713 913 0 0
Women 2,785 793 0 0
Total 6,498 1,706 0 0

Florida Institute for Continuing University Studies
Men 0 0 2,500 0
Women 0 0 4,133 0
Total 0 0 6,633 0

Total University System
Men 23,155 4,033 2,795 56
Women 15,323 3,438 4,134 1
Total 38,478 7,471 6,929 57

PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES

Brevard Junior College
Men 1,676 546 0 139
Women 907 396 0 72
Total 2,583 942 0 211


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TABLE 9 (Continued)


On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Off-Campus Students

Central Florida Junior College
Men 679 251 0 83
Women 417 184 0 106
Total 1,096 435 0 189

Chipola Junior College
Men 595 260 0 11
Women 349 175 0 16
Total 944 435 0 27

Daytona Beach Junior College
Men 890 355 0 100
Women 697 289 0 122
Total 1,587 644 0 222

Edison Junior College
Men 539 223 0 188
Women 401 137 0 141
Total 940 360 0 329

Gibbs Junior College
Men 354 245 0 0
Women 582 283 0 94
Total 936 528 O 94

Gulf Coast Junior College
Men 656 210 0 64
Women 372 142 0 73
Total 1,028 352 0 137

Hampton Junior College
Men 117 58 0 31
Women 185 78 0 19
Total 302 136 0 50

Indian River Junior College
Men 375 176 0 32
Women 307 122 0 22
Total 682 298 0 54

Jackson Junior College
Men 25 12 0 0
Women .. 55 26 0 0
Total 80 38 0 0





46









TABLE 9 (Continued)


On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Off-Campus Students

Johnson Junior College
Men 111 64 0 9
Women 171 85 0 31
Total 282 149 0 40

Junior College of Broward County
Men 1,778 528 0 497
Women 1,209 372 0 225
Total 2,987 900 0 722

Lake City Junior College and
Forest Ranger School
Men 438 246 0 83
Women 241 98 0 28
Total 679 344 0 111

Lake-Sumter Junior College
Men 315 149 0 35
Women 261 110 0 61
Total 576 259 0 96

Lincoln Junior College
Men 59 28 0 1
Women 116 49 0 15
Total 175 77 0 16

Manatee Junior College
Men 1,018 414 0 225
Women 726 274 0 174
Total 1,744 688 0 399

Miami-Dade Junior College
Men 6,992 2,460 0 1,040
Women 3,830 1,671 0 626
Total 10,822 4,131 0 1,666

North Florida Junior College
Men 425 192 0 41
Women 281 116 0 56
Total 706 308 0 97

Okaloosa-Walton Junior College
Men 354 255 0 20
Women 262 146 0 0
Total 616 401 0 20




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TABLE 9 (Continued)



On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Off-Campus Students

Palm Beach Junior College
Men 2,012 731 0 302
Women 1,611 628 0 427
Total 3,623 1,359 0 729

Pensacola Junior College
Men 2,067 814 0 150
Women 1,368 612 0 181
Total 3,435 1,426 0 331

Polk Junior College
Men 621 459 0 56
Women 446 248 0 27
Total 1,067 707 0 83

Roosevelt Junior College
Men 56 25 0 0
Women 148 57 0 10
Total 204 82 0 10

Rosenwald Junior College
Men 41 18 0 0
Women 85 31 0 4
Total 126 49 0 4

St. Johns River Junior College
Men 1,189 608 0 150
Women 476 252 0 48
Total 1,665 860 0 198

St. Petersburg Junior College
Men 3,677 1,340 0 410
Women 2,301 992 0 443
Total 5,978 2,332 0 853

Suwannee River Junior College
Men 95 38 0 0
Women 233 69 0 19
Total 328 107 0 19

Volusia County Community College
Men 194 86 0 51
Women 257 111 0 65
Total 451 197 0 116





48







TABLE 9 (Continued)


On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Off-Campus Students

Washington Junior College
Men 108 54 0 10
Women 199 101 0 17
Total 307 155 0 27

Total, Public Junior Colleges
Men 27,456 10,845 0 3,728
Women 18,493 7,854 0 3,122
Total 45,949 18,699 0 6,850

PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

Barry College
Men 98 0 0 0
Women 908 203 0 0
Total 1,006 203 0 0

Bethune Cookman College
Men 309 81 0 0
Women 558 115 0 0
Total 867 196 0 0

Biscayne College
Men 128 102 0 0
Women 0 0 0 0
Total 128 102 0 0

Brevard Engineering College
Men 835 115 0 0
Women 18 5 0 0
Total 853 120 0 0

Edward Waters College
Men 350 113 0 13
Women 491 118 0 10
Total 841 231 0 23

Embry Riddle Aeronautical Institute
Men 158 25 0 9
Women 1 0 0 0
Total 159 25 0 9

Florida Memorial College
Men 101 19 0 0
Women 226 32 0 0
Total 327 51 0 0




49









TABLE 9 (Continued)


On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Off-Campus Students

Florida Presbyterian College
Men 315 115 0 0
Women 366 132 0 0
Total 681 247 0 0

Florida Southern College
Men 868 262 72 0
Women 825 348 0 0
Total 1,693 610 72 0

Jacksonville University
Men 1,446 258 0 0
Women 865 180 0 42
Total 2,311 438 0 42

Jones College
Jacksonville Division
Men 408 59 0 20
Women 244 135 0 119
Total 652 194 0 139

Miami Division
Men 66 20 0 13
Women 98 73 0 23
Total 164 93 0 36

Orlando Division
Men 135 103 0 6
Women 121 115 0 76
Total 256 218 0 82

Total Jones College
Men 609 182 0 39
Women 463 323 0 218
Total 1,072 505 0 257

New College
Men 59 59 0 0
Women 42 42 0 0
Total 101 101 0 0

Ringling School of Art
Men 191 50 0 0
Women 160 62 0 0
Total 351 112 0 0




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TABLE 9 (Continued)

On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Off-Campus Students

Rollins College
Men 1,591 260 357 0
Women 772 172 118 0
Total 2,363 432 475 0

St. Leo College
Men 453 271 0 0
Women 107 71 0 0
Total 560 342 0 0

Seminary of St. Vincent de Paul
Men 39 0 0 0
Women 0 0 0 0
Total 39 0 0 0

South-Eastern Bible College
Men 145 59 0 145
Women 165 67 0 161
Total 310 126 0 306

Stetson University
Men 1,226 241 0 0
Women 999 229 0 0
Total 2,225 470 0 0

University of Miami
Men 7,407 1,177 0 0
Women 4,356 687 0 0
Total 11,763 1,864 0 0

University of Tampa
Men 1,345 311 510 0
Women 798 190 18 0
Total 2,143 501 528 0

Webber College
Men 0 0 0 0
Women 87 61 0 87
Total 87 61 0 87

Total, Private Degree-Granting Institutions
Men 17,673 3,700 939 206
Women 12,207 3,037 136 518
Total 29,880 6,737 1,075 724






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TABLE 9 (Continued)

On-Campus First-Time College-Grade Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Off-Campus Students

PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES

Florida College
Men 226 101 0 0
Women 120 69 0 0
Total 346 170 0 0

Florida Military College
Men 34 21 0 0
Women 0 0 0 0
Total 34 21 0 0

Marymount College
Men 2 0 0 0
Women 227 135 0 0
Total 229 135 0 0

Orlando Junior College
Men 1,239 494 0 47
Women 710 416 0 204
Total 1,949 910 0 251

Total, Private Junior Colleges
Men 1,501 616 0 47
Women 1,057 620 0 204
Total 2,558 1,236 0 251

TOTAL, DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS*
Men 40,828 7,733 3,734 262
Women 27,530 6,475 4,270 519
Total 68,358 14,208 8,004 781

TOTAL, JUNIOR COLLEGES
Men 28,957 11,461 0 3,775
Women 19,550 8.474 0 3,326
Total 48,507 19,935 0 7,101

TOTAL, ALL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
Men 69,785 19,194 3,734 4,037
Women 47,080 14,949 4,270 3,845
Total 116,865 34,143 8,004 7,882


*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 COLLEGE-GRADE ENROLLMENT
AMONG INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING




Priv.
J. C.
2.2%







Private State U.
D.G.I. System
25.6% 32.9%



Public
J. C.
39.3%






All On-Campus Students









Private
D.G.I.
13.4%






State U.
System
86.6%






All Off-Campus Students

53






























DENSITY OF COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION



































54












DENSITY OF COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION



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

lation in Florida institutions of higher learning ranged from two 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. Only one county (Pinellas) had a student density of more

than 1,000 per 100 square miles, and only two counties (Duval and Dade) had

densities of between 500 and 1,000 students per 100 square miles. Fifty-

three counties had less than 100 students per 100 square miles, and 13 coun-

ties had less than 10 students per 100 square miles.


The density of the Florida college student population in the fall of

1964 ranged from three students per 100 square miles in Glades County to

3,066 students per 100 square miles in Pinellas County. The state as a

whole had a density of 186 students per 100 square miles. Two counties

(Pinellas and Dade) had a student density greater than 1,000 per 100 square

miles, and four counties (Duval, Escambia, Orange, and Hillsborough) had

student densities of between 500 and 1,000 per 100 square miles. Forty-six

counties had less than 100 students per 100 square miles, and five of these

had less than ten students per 100 square miles.


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

124.1% (83 to 186) since the fall of 1958.


The map on page 57 shows that there are three major areas of Florida



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in which the density of the student population is greater than 500 students

per 100 square miles. These are, in the order of the sizes of their contri-

butions to the on-campus enrollment of Florida colleges and universities:

the southeastern tip of Florida, composed of Dade, Broward and Palm Beach

counties (34,247 students); the Tampa Bay area, consisting of Pinellas and

Hillsborough counties (15,517 students); and the east central Florida coun-

ties of Volusia, Brevard and Orange (12,816 students). Connecting the Tampa

Bay and east central Florida areas is a band of counties of student density

of 100 to 249 students per 100 square miles (Seminole, Lake and Polk), and

extending south of the Tampa Bay area are Manatee County, with 199 students

per 100 square miles, and Sarasota County with 276 students per 100 square

miles. These three major areas of high student density and their connecting

and neighboring counties have a total on-campus college student population

of 70,297 which is 69.5% of the total enrollment of Florida students

(101,124) in Florida institutions of higher learning. Escambia County, the

home of 3,629 students, Leon County, with 2,845 students, and Duval County

where 6,925 students reside, provide 43.5% of the remainder of the enroll-

ment.


















56









DENSITY OF ON-CAMPUS COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION
FALL 1964

(By County)






o" T s W.THp EiSe iJACSO"
51% I 22 3 IN3;;ttT
.... .30 CA" LU -P5 / 50 \ 42 :I / ...
3 1 29 r-- \r T 1
S 5 21 I 39 i 39 57
C.21 I,., i. 23,5!/o5 57
~12 186
151 207 1 78 "


t285
NUMBER OF FLORIDA STUDENTS IN ALL 21
FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER 37 I
EDUCATION PER 100 SQUARE MILES 28 i 1601

53 '
KEY
3,066 714 16?"
1,000 or more students .. : .-*--' 73
per 100 sq. miles. 20 23 ~
1< 099 2 3
500-999 students per 100 r t16 1
sq. miles. d .. =RZ .' r .....

250-499 students per 100 / -
sq. miles. 6

S100-249 students per 100
EDLJ sq. miles. 14

fewer than 100 students per ..X.25v
100 sq. miles. 30

Note: For the State as a whole there were 186
students per 100 sq. miles.






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FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT




































58












FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT



Florida colleges and universities enrolled a total of 116,865 on-

campus college-grade students in the fall of 1964. Twenty-nine and two-

tenths percent of these (34,143) were first-time-in-college students.

Florida provided 29,203 of the first-time-in-college students (85.5%) and

there were 4,940 from out of the State. Table 10 shows the Florida first-

time-in-college enrollment in all Florida institutions of higher learning by

type of institution and by county of residence. Table 11 shows the Florida

first-time-in-college enrollment in each of the state universities. The

maps on pages 65 to 69 and 73 to 76 illustrate the information shown in

Tables 10 and 11.


In the spring of 1964 there were 53,873 students graduated from the

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

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

counties is shown on the map on page 79, and the numbers graduated 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 13 and on the

map on page 82. For the State as a whole, this figure was 54.2%. In the

fall of 1963, it was 53.5%.


Tables 15 and 16 show the out-of-state first-time-in-college enroll-

ment by state of residence. The totals for each state are shown on the




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map on page 87.


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

type of institution are shown in Tables 17, 18 and 19.


Of the 20,990 first-time-in-college students enrolled in Florida in-

stitutions in the fall of 1964 who came from the 43 counties supporting

public junior colleges, 15,533 (74.0%) were attending public junior

colleges, 3,479 (16.6%) were attending state universities, and 1,978 (9.4%)

were enrolled in private institutions.


Of the 8,066 first-time-in-college students who came from the re-

maining 24 counties,2 2,322 (28.8%) were enrolled in public junior colleges,

3,264 (40.5%) were enrolled in the state universities, and 2,480 (30.7%)

were enrolled in private institutions.3


Sixty-four and two-tenths percent of Florida's counties support

public junior colleges. Seventy-one and nine-tenths percent of the Florida


1Baker, Bay, Brevard, Broward, Calhoun, Charlotte, Citrus, Clay,
Collier, Columbia, Dade, Dixie, Escambia, Flagler, Gilchrist, Hamilton,
Holmes, Indian River, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Lake, Lee, Levy, Madi-
son, Manatee, Marion, Martin, Okaloosa, Okeechobee, Palm Beach, Pinellas,
Polk, Putnam, St. Johns, St. Lucie, Santa Rosa, Sumter, Taylor, Union,
Volusia, Walton, Washington.

Alachua, Bradford, DeSoto, Duval, Franklin, Gadsden, Glades, Gulf,
Hardee, Hendry, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Leon, Liberty, Monroe,
Nassau, Orange, Osceola, Pasco, Sarasota, Seminole, Suwannee, Wakulla.
3
These figures do not include 147 first-time-in-college students
whose home counties were not reported.





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

had 66.1% of the 1964 public high school graduates in the state.


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

porting public junior colleges was 59.0% of the number of 1964 public high

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

remaining counties was 44.1%. For the State as a whole, the number of

first-time-in-college students equalled 54.2% of the number of 1964 high

school graduates.




































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TABLE 10

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FALL 1964
(By County)

State U. T Pub. Priv. Priv. % County Total
County System JC DGI JC Total Is of Fla. Total

Alachua 183 163 23 1 375 1.28
Baker 1 22 1 -- 24 .08
Bay 33 340 19 -- 397 1.36
Bradford 16 34 4 1 55 .19
Brevard 166 879 131 11 1,187 4.06

Broward 404 1,044 175 8 1,631 5.59
Calhoun 5 27 -- 32 .11
Charlotte 18 22 7 1 48 .16
Citrus 3 42 4 1 50 .17
S Clay 16 97 9 1 123 .42

Collier 17 53 10 -- 80 .27
Columbia 10 169 3 -- 182 .62
Dade 1,180 3,689 754 20 5,643 19.32
DeSoto 13 14 4 -- 36 .12
Dixie 4 19 4 -- 27 .09

Duval 654 583 753 5 2,000 6.85
Escambia 75 1,248 24 1 1,348 4.62
Flagler 6 18 -- 1 25 .09
Franklin 3 8 3 -- 19 .07
Gadsden 63 38 2 -- 103 .35

Gilchrist -- 16 -- 1 17 .06
Glades 3 3 6 -- 12 .04
Gulf 5 26 6 -- 37 .13
Hamilton 3 32 3 -- 38 .13
Hardee 17 27 9 -- 53 .18












TABLE 10 (continued)

State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. % County Total
County System JC DGI -JC Total Is of Fla. Total

Hendry 7 12 5 3 27 .09
Hernando 20 25 7 2 54 .18
Highlands 30 40 30 2 102 .35
Hillsborough 1,175 554 196 36 1,961 6.72
Holmes 3 37 1 -- 41 .14

Indian River 32 G9 24 -- 145 .50
Jackson 23 201 2 -- 226 .77
Jefferson 20 52 1 -- 73 .25
Lafayette -- 9 9 .03
Lake 70 233 36 9 398 1.36

Lee 50 294 35 2 389 1.33
Leon 345 100 7 -- 452 1.55
Levy 10 36 4 -- 50 .17
Liberty 4 11 -- 15 .05
iHadison 8 94 1 1 104 .36

manatee 67 350 9 3 429 1.47
Marion 43 307 11 3 369 1.26
Martin 17 72 5 1 95 .33
Honroe 44 47 13 1 110 .37
Hassau 16 33 13 1 63 .22

Okaloosa 51 416 10 -- 477 1.63
Okeechobee 6 25 3 -- 34 .12
Orange 363 150 349 722 1,584 5.42
Osceola 23 8 13 21 70 .24
Palm Beach 103 1,261 106 10 1,560 5.34












TABLE 10 (continued)

State U. Pub. Priv. Priv. % County Total
County System JC DGI JC Total Is of Fla. Total

Pasco 53 15 39 4 111 .38
Pinellas 355 1,825 140 17 2,337 0.00
Polk 329 820 162 12 1,323 4.53
Putnam 24 210 5 -- 239 .82
Saint Johns 26 139 29 2 196 .67

Saint Lucie 26 212 15 -- 253 .87
Santa Rosa 12 169 -- 1 182 .62
Sarasota 131 289 56 7 483 1.65
Seminole 65 61 33 80 239 .82
Sumter 11 60 -- 71 .24

Suwannee 11 75 2 S8 .30
Taylor 12 55 -- 67 .23
Union 2 1 -- -- 3 .01
Volusia 126 670 117 7 920 3.15
Uakulla 10 6 1 -- 17 .06

7aalton 6 76 4 1 87 .30
Uashington 8 53 -- -- 61 .21
Unclassified 120 27 -- 147 .50


TOTAL 6,743 17,975 3,485 1,000 29,203 99.97









FIRST-TINMEIN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA
STUDENTS IN ALL FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FALL 1964

(By County)








(61 _L Xsr`--03' i ,*u.? ( "." ) / ,I--"
61. 0, .3 104
s 132 1325 4 13- 4
1.5 13 2w .. ., -1 S5. 1 '
1 f2 17 67 3 5 51O2 19 6

375 3--A

50 369 i v"" 2
-. ? <,.,, .> t ., .

Unclassified 147 54 1,584 )
Total 29,203 r11rl 1,187

1,32 ... i70
2,337 \ 145

429 53 1 O1 ,364 l253
36 95

'48 1212
LAr- 2 ,560
389 L
CO3 LL I L a.-r *<
I ~aSiOWARD
80 1,631

5,643 G










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FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
FALL 1964

(By County)






75 12 51 6 3 3 i ... ... FT ~ r-- ',16,

S63/ 8
345'2- F / p 3 21 RA1 654





"-. _-L T \W-' 363 \
%- 104--. N- 10 L: " '
Z. ~\. 23 \\\

8 J 24 F v

S10A





0-- 329 3

75 329 1,,
44 ,75 j166
355 .._J


1 6717 30 6 L26g.

CEr-- 17
131 r 18
Total 6,743 ..* .At <
S3 183
Ni7 ^183

58 5o-a L 7 1
Y ";- -
t I AROWAItD

404
17

S1,180
44
'4








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FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN FLORIDA PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES
FALL 1964

(By County)





_ ( 169 i416 76 37 201 ......
(_2. 'Q) IS ... / '" 387 I o~ -7-CS; (33
I 6 53553 r / 3 32 /
/l_ I*^ .j 2o l 015 94 r'32 ,
S27 1" I5 1~22 .83
--5 11 ^75 1169, 9[.
k 6 5!.... -, ],. 341 97
1,248 340 ,26 ( 8/-,-1 "39
1161 163 21 i tlr
19 \. "
V 36 o .- -e I
307 i 7
\ *670
283 A
42 760 i ---f." rf
-l<-60 'i_. \-



^"F1 820 <
1,825 i 1 5 7

350 27 40 \ 212
Unclassified 120 289 -- LA 14 72

Total 17,975 22 3
v 94 12 1,261
.J 8ROWARO
53 1,044


3,689
47





6c



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FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN FLORIDA PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS
FALL 1964

(By County)






24 0 10 4 1 ..l 2 (
i v1 '7r
.. .l~^ )J 3 I 1 /,75

S\ 0 9. 3
-WAA"ALA 'T Vl J2
1 19



M6 .1c .... \0 3 } A o. VA
3 28 5 5

/4 ro! i --











4 754
S 117
0 0 036 GRAUZE


162 .18 t
140 \ 196l


9 (9 i 30 S o ic .
tz;3 L.3 1s
Unclassified- 27 4& ; MAy-M

Total 3,485 106
91 35 105
c 1 BROWAR
10 175


754
18.








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FIRST TIME IN COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN FLORIDA PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES
FALL 1964

(By County)





/ArALM zW.f 0 MS /';JAC SO.
1 o i 1,r. o -

S0 .. o '.. o 0 i ... .
-."< o = o \ o j i -,o !o ,. \

O 0 O, O
0 -" ,,%"






1 (1 7 i '- 'f r12
-.o 9 12 \
7 -L.--722

4Total 1,000 lOi"








..... \ 0
17f2 ini 10


3i t 2 i 20

Total 1,000 '



2 3 10
-.J 6R"OWARD




61










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TABLE 11

OH-CAMPUS FTiSTT-TIiE-IN-COLLEGE EM.OLLMENT IH THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
Fall 1964

(3y County)

County FAIMU :AU 7SU UF USF Total

Alachua 11 -- 32 134 6 183
Shaker -- -- 1 -- 1
Bay 5 -- 19 10 4 33
Bradford 2 -- 4 9 1 16
Drevard 2 -- 41 102 21 166

Broward 39 -- 120 204 41 404
Calhoun 3 -- 1 1 -- 5
Charlotte -- -- 9 1 13
Citrus -- -- 1 1 3
Clay -- -- 8 6 2 16

Collier -- 4 7 6 17
Columbia 4 -- 4 1 1 10
Dade 64 -- 317 648 151 1,180
DeSoto 6 -- 2 9 1 18
Dixie -- -- 3 1 -- 4

Duval 97 -- 222 293 42 654
Escambia 11 -- 39 23 2 75
l7agler -- -- -- 6 -- 6
F-anklin 3 -- 4 1 8
Gadsden 39 -- 16 8 -- 63

Gilchrist -- -- -- -
Glades -- 2 1 3
Gulf -- 5 -- -- 5
Hamilton 1 -- 2 -- -- 3
Hardee -2 3 12 17








TABLE. I1 (continued)


County FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Total

Hendry 1 -- 2 1 3 7
Hernando 3 -- 7 10 20
Highlands 3 11 5 11 30
Hillsborough 51 -- 94 157 373 1,175
Holmes -- 2 1 -- 3

Indian River 6 -- 10 13 3 32
Jackson 14 -- 5 4 -- 23
Jefferson C -- 11 1 -- 20
Lafayette -- -- --
Lake 3 -- 34 26 7 70

Lee 4 14 21 19 58
Leon 130 -- 205 6 4 345
Levy I -- 2 7 -- 10
Liberty -- 2 2 -- 4
1Iadison 3 3 2 8

Manatee 6 -- 19 23 19 67
Marion 7 -- 17 19 5 48
Martin 1 3 9 4 17
Monroe 2 -- 6 27 9 44
Nassau 3 -- 7 4 2 16

Okaloosa 1 -- 32 15 3 51
Okeechobee -- 2 3 1 6
Orange 26 92 176 69 363
Osceola -- 10 7 6 23
Palm Beach 19 50 105 9 183













TABLE 11 (continued)


County FAMU FAU FSU ..UF USF Total

Pasco 2 -- 10 8 33 53
Pinellas 13 -- 101 152 89 355
Polk 33 -- 93 112 91 329
Putnam 6 -- 6 10 2 24
Saint Johns 3 -- 13 9 1 26

Saint Lucie 8 -- 5 12 1 26
Santa Rosa 7 5 -- 12
Sarasota 5 -- 45 54 27 131
Seminole 8 -- 25 19 13 65
Sumter 2 -- 3 5 1 11

Sut:7annee 1 -- 7 3 -- 11
Taylor 3 -- 7 2 -- 12
Union -- -- -- 2 -- 2
Volusia 9 -- 33 69 15 126
Uakulla 6 -- 4 -- -- 10

Talton 2 -- 3 1 6
?Jashington -- 3 5 -- 8
Unclassified .. -.


TOTAL 631 -- 1,351 2,538 1,623 6,743









FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA
STUDENTS IN FLORIDA A 6 M UNIVERSITY
FALL 1964

(By County)





cm"iA'0 0 1 2 0 14
A- -I ro.-*1 3
-J3 13018 i 3-i97

/1 3 4,.
.O -0- ....i 3

A. ,i

So1 1 1
7 7
Sa nt-.t-. 9





13 .... ] 51 33
LWAO \ I 26







Total 681 ^ .on





273
.1 19







(19







00





73










FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
FALL 1964

(By County)





/;SGIA itWtA#Os4KALUSA WALTOH \KOUM( /JACKSQ \
7 '32 3 2 5 k '







/ -.- __O
LIBERY "205 !ll



5 ,- 4 9. '
VA \. xvTK- i13








1. 1, 0 32 % 6 ',
V-1 4--.. N .

2 19 2 _J 2 5



050
2 -
a19 2 1S 22 5 ^
,.._- It S M IS 5
2 r- 50
8 0
4 }'o50



S4 120


S317











74









FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
FALL 1964

(By County)





WESCUOW lfSANTA ROS.WAL is /JACKSO
'23( 5 15 1 4
-5 "/ .8 2 V. 1. .' 0
-I.~ 1 e 6 \1 ) 2 r K
WA / -A .. .- 1 3 ZO
\oo.- 2 0 3 -- "
i- ..,A.1r.- i .,,,, 6. -
I L ) \. ..;.CiU 2A \ n 6
d-/4-
0 0 v /- 9/ I 9
/' o ,134 i 0loiA
1- *. ; .-. \h
,.7 j i j vDiM A .

1269


s_ ......-.-.'1
ya i.... 9o
5./. 26 11
.-72 176
((PASCo | ouo
8L- 1.OSCEOLA
F 7 \ iftJ7
2 1571 1121
152
..J/.._ 13
C Obt\
2 3 5 12
ha-1 Lt3 2

Total 2,588 S-- 9 ?A

L^.E V""Y n105
V21 1l

7 204


27 648









75










FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT OF FLORIDA STUDENTS
IN THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
FALL 1964

(By County)





W ; O A N iNMES /'JACKSON
2 0 3 0 jpr^LJ! 0 7"_ _*_ 2 /4


S ,-, \ 0 ,r<" ,O.0 / 0 (l 2
O A.."0,, 2 .-




0 ,-.% 0 .-
o oI ..-

5
C. q I 15
1
I I r)"' \'t r

S1 7







1i 9 12 i S 1. .






6 --BROWARD















76
1 L
27L 1^"i1






6741









TABLE 12

NUMBER OF STUDENTS GRADUATED FROM FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS
(By County)




County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

Alachua 547 563 692 677 717 709 842
Baker 62 79 76 73 86 72 91
Bay 421 482 515 564 543 647 734
Bradford 114 135 143 145 185 155 200
Brevard 372 555 716 894 1,063 1,222 1,855

Broward 1,492 1,847 2,299 2,625 2,624 2,917 3,586
Calhoun 70 82 88 121 101 100 106
Charlotte 28 35 55 65 66 55 103
Citrus 66 66 70 83 88 73 86
Clay 105 100 116 111 146 163 218

Collier 95. 98 102 110 114 148 151
Columbia 212 200 204 217 214 222 268
Dade 5,130 5,792 6,545 7,267 7,571 7,790 9,444
DeSoto 84 66 89 107 96 92 111
Dixie 35 42 51 48 48 57 67

Duval 2,093 2,923 3,419 3,877 3,901 3,952 5,068
Escambia 1,134 1,182 1,373 1,552 1,645 1,600 1,870
Flagler 36 31 29 25 41 35 48
Franklin 47 37 55 52 70 49 55
Gadsden 300 287 318 346 330 345 390

Gilchrist 38 40 40 40 24 28 63
Glades 17 16 16 14 19 20 29
Gulf 84 72 110 106 108 98 113
Hamilton 64 94 110 120 114 76 117
Hardee 88 110 132 137 127 132 147

Hendry 64 75 71 73 69 82 83
Hernando 58 62 65 80 94 83 99
Highlands 189 193 206 241 199 212 242
Hillsborough 2,261 2,572 3,017 3,230 3,348 3,527 4,228
Holmes 123 151 133 133 139 147 149

Indian River 139 167 205 241 179 246 285
Jackson 369 354 407 426 417 407 467
Jefferson 91 78 97 125 126 128 135
Lafayette 48 38 39 39 35 37 33
Lake 394 405 448 508 476 463 605




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TABLE 12 (Continued)




County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

Lee 304 337 377 435 471 535 678
Leon 502 537 629 648 700 645 836
Levy 111 94 116 123 111 123 136
Liberty 31 28 36 30 31 32 47
Madison 154 151 185 183 168 202 203

Manatee 426 444 558 575 638 582 752
Marion 504 468 547 649 604 628 717
Martin 85 103 119 125 139 103 162
Monroe 201 208 221 250 284 278 366
Nassau 170 166 176 194 184 236 230

Okaloosa 263 262 389 492 513 504 679
Okeechobee 39 44 46 52 64 42 75
Orange 1,415 1,510 1,849 2,167 2,244 2,378 2,931
Osceola 107 120 145 133 141 145 211
Palm Beach 1,067 1,237 1,450 1,609 1,838 1,874 2,261

Pasco 216 222 288 309 276 256 326
Pinellas 1,668 1,925 2,448 3,001 2,977 3,057 3,562
Polk 1,298 1,424 1,570 1,737 1,788 1,824 2,196
Putnam 229 276 291 322 314 332 414
St. Johns 203 187 207 239 261 220 261

St. Lucie 204 234 299 308 334 312 364
Santa Rosa 201 193 211 231 224 278 312
Sarasota 476 519 617 732 738 706 891
Seminole 262 259 329 392 398 451 539
Sumter 134 141 145 153 156 128 149

Suwannee 162 185 205 199 185 203 227
Taylor 134 126 120 147 137 124 137
Union 34 45 44 55 54 57 55
Volusia 1,001 1,235 1,240 1,324 1,409 1,427 1,634
Wakulla 52 55 76 64 56 65 65

Walton 147 134 148 155 165 165 200
Washington 128 153 164 170 157 167 169


TOTAL 28,398 32,051 37,296 41,682 42,882 44,168 53,873







78









NUMBER OF STUDENTS GRADUATED FROM FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS
SPRING 1964

(By County)






.135 200
UWjC.AUOO$ WAM TIM;,4 /JAC= O \
F, / i 4 I C^'--
S 312 679 20049 1467 7,o..'-;- --.. 23




121679 20 --/ T 218 261
1,870 734 T L39Q 17 ,068
67 6 842 1414
) 203 -e- .--', "-.4i48/
3 11 i '--I I5--
"/ ,, '-" 1 \. 8\
886 ,2 1 .-. i


9 47 2 i
13327 11. 8555


4> 2288
136 1 1" -














86Total 53,873 891 16
79
931







0-*---- \(IR 7 5 364
Total 53,873 891 111 j 162


83 2,261
7 8J 0 1
,. flROWARD
151 3,586

366T 9,444
366










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TABLE 13.

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 1964

Alachua 39.3 35.7 32.9 37.8 45.6 42.5 44.5
Baker 33.9 10.1 15.8 11.0 24.4 34.7 26.4
Bay 41.6 38.8 58.4 59.0 64.6 62.3 54.1
Bradford 14.9 25.9 24.5 22.8 20.0 20.0 27.5
Brevard 43.3 29.7 98.6 72.5 90.8 80.7 64.0

Broward 40.4 37.4 51.8 48.4 51.6 59.0 45.5
Calhoun 27.1 25.6 37.5 28.1 25.7 33.0 30.2
Charlotte 32.1 20.0 32.7 40.0 57.6 140.0 46.6
Citrus 40.9 51.5 45.7 34.9 43.2 45.2 58.1
Clay 44.8 48.0 50.0 53.2 57.5 62.0 56.4

Collier 23.6 30.6 31.4 39.1 48.2 54.7 53.0
Columbia 21.7 18.0 24.0 20.3 67.3 65.8 67.9
Dade 61.7 54.0 61.0 60.8 56.6 55.9 59.8
DeSoto 31.1 18.2 24.7 30.8 36.5 26.1 32.4
Dixie 17.1 9.5 17.6 12.5 16.7 35.1 40.3

Duval 49.0 38.0 30.1 31.0 32.4 50.7 39.5
Escambia 60.0 60.0 67.4 62.0 66.6 65.0 72.1
Flagler 33.3 38.7 69.0 32.0 46.3 57.1 52.1
Franklin 29.8 18.0 12.7 19.2 15.7 28.6 34.5
Gadsden 28.3 28.2 27.7 28.3 30.6 19.4 26.4

Gilchrist 10.5 17.5 17.5 12.5 91.7 67.9 27.0
Glades 23.5 12.5 25.0 42.8 10.5 5.0 41.4
Gulf 29.8 38.9 27.3 40.6 34.3 54.1 32.7
Hamilton 45.3 25.5 22.7 28.3 32.5 44.7 32.5
Hardee 22.7 15.5 24.2 23.4 18.1 33.3 36.1

Hendry 29.7 28.0 28.2 27.4 34.8 31.7 32.5
Hernando 27.6 21.0 32.3 21.2 39.4 51.8 54.5
Highlands 23.3 30.6 20.9 24.1 23.1 22.2 42.1
Hillsborough 35.3 37.5 57.6 48.8 44.8 41.8 46.4
Holmes 8.1 9.9 22.5 22.6 24.5 21.8 27.5

Indian River 30.2 26.9 38.5 53.1 44.7 42.3 50.9
Jackson 25.7 35.9 31.7 41.1 41.7 49.4 48.4
Jefferson 25.3 42.3 37.1 32.0 31.7 47.7 54.1
Lafayette 27.1 23.7 35.9 43.6 45.7 35.1 27.3
Lake 28.7 29.6 25.9 34.2 70.2 58.7 65.8



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TABLE 13 (Continued)




County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

Lee 26.7 28.6 26.8 30.6 77.3 53.8 57.4
Leon 49.0 53.1 50.4 53.8 55.4 58.1 54.1
Levy 42.3 24.5 28.4 39.0 32.4 34.1 36.8
Liberty 16.1 17.6 19.4 23.3 9.7 25.0 31.9
Madison 60.0 53.6 49.2 50.3 44.0 49.5 51.2

Manatee 108.5 49.1 52.0 58.8 46.6 48.3 57.0
Marion 62.1 49.6 49.4 45.9 51.0 56.5 51.5
Martin 40.0 43.7 52.1 41.6 41.0 55.3 58.6
Monroe 22.4 17.8 21.7 27.6 25.4 27.0 30.1
Nassau 25.9 25.9 10.8 21.6 14.7 23.3 27.4

Okaloosa 13.3 20.6 29.3 29.7 31.0 35.1 70.3
Okeechobee 38.5 15.9 28.3 36.5 28.1 35.7 45.3
Orange 43.2 45.0 42.0 44.3 44.7 53.0 54.0
Osceola 34.6 26.8 24.1 28.6 25.5 34.5 33.2
Palm Beach 67.9 69.6 51.8 62.4 64.6 70.5 69.0

Pasco 18.1 29.3 31.9 29.8 58.7 33.2 34.0
Pinellas 85.6 74.7 65.6 59.5 72.9 68.6 65.6
Polk 33.7 28.7 31.5 30.8 34.6 35.5 60.2
Putnam 60.7 47.1 42.6 47.2 58.9 54.2 57.7
St. Johns 53.2 39.6 53.6 54.4 51.0 65.0 75.1

St. Lucie 27.4 23.5 87.9 53.9 52.4 57.1 69.5
Santa Rosa 55.2 37.8 49.8 65.8 55.4 55.4 58.3
Sarasota 56.5 42.6 47.2 48.0 37.1 47.5 54.2
Seminole 24.8 32.0 30.4 36.2 32.4 50.3 44.3
Sumter 23.1 25.5 19.3 31.4 35.3 39.1 47.7

Suwannee 22.2 30.3 25.4 25.6 26.5 37.9 38.8
Taylor 47.0 29.4 28.3 61.9 47.4 60.5 48.9
Union 8.8 17.8 9.1 10.9 40.7 31.6 5.5
Volusia 56.9 37.3 45.3 40.6 47.6 54.5 56.3
Wakulla 23.1 20.0 31.6 25.0 14.3 15.4 26.2

Walton 15.6 15.7 20.9 25.2 15.8 23.0 43.5
Washington 19.5 18.3 24.4 38.2 29.3 32.9 36.1


Entire State 48.8 43.5 48.3 47.6 50.5 53.5 54.2







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