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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover
    Title Page
        Page i
    The board of regents
        Page ii
    Preface
        Page iii
    Table of Contents
        Page iv
    List of Tables
        Page v
        Page vi
    List of maps
        Page vii
    Chapter I: General information
        Page 1
        Introductory remarks
            Page 2
            Page 3
        Changes in participants
            Page 4
            Page 5
        List of abbreviations
            Page 6
        Florida's institutions of higher learning
            Page 7
            Page 8
            Page 9
            Page 10
        Summary
            Page 11
            Page 12
    Chapter II: Report of the statewide enrollment
        Page 13
        Statewide enrollment
            Page 14
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    Chapter III: Enrollments by institutions
        Page 30
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    Chapter IV: First-time-in-college enrollment
        Page 49
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    Chapter V: Graduate student enrollment
        Page 71
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    Chapter VI: Trends and new developments in Florida higher education
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Office of the Board of Regents
State University System of Florida
Publication No. 105 1966
















Enrollment in Florida's
Institutions of Higher Learning
Fall 1965
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ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING


FALL 1965



























May 1, 1966


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


WOODROW J. DARDEN
Titusville


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
Chancellor
Tallahassee











PREFACE


This report of the fall 1965 enrollment in the institutions of

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

cooperation of both the public and private colleges and universities of

the state. All institutions listed in either the Florida Educational

Directory or the Education Directory of the U.S. Office of Education were

asked to participate in this report. Even though participation was

voluntary, all eligible institutions except one private school of music

provided enrollment data for publication in this report.

Enrollment data for 1965 were collected in basically the same

manner as for previous reports, thus facilitating the comparison of

1965 enrollments with past enrollments for single years extending back to 1957.

The recapitulation of previous enrollment information in each chapter frees

the reader from the necessity of referring to previous enrollment reports.

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 Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning

was prepared by Roger Martin McGirt, Jr., Research Assistant, in consultation

with John W. Sutton, Assistant to the Chief Academic Officer, and G. Emerson

Tully, Director of Educational Research.
Allan Tucker

Chief Academic Officer

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

THE BOARD OF REGENTS . . . . . ii

PREFACE . . . . . . iii

LIST OF TABLES . . . . . . . v

Chapter
I. GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . 1

Introductory Remarks
Changes in Participants
List of Abbreviations
Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning
Summary

II. REPORT OF STATEWIDE ENROLLMENT . . . 13

Statewide Enrollment

III. ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTIONS . ...... ... 30

Enrollments by Institutions

IV. FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT . . . 49

V. GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT . . . .. 71

VI. TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION .86

















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LIST OF TABLES

Table Page

1. Enrollment in Florida Institutions of Higher Learning:
Fall 1965 1 . . a . 16

2. Undergraduate On-Campus Enrollment by Level of Program:
Fall 1965 . . . . . . 17

3. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in Florida's
Colleges and Universities: Fall 1965 .... . ..... 17

4. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Level of
Program: Fall 1965 . . . . .. . 18

5. Origin of Total On-Campus Enrollment by State or Other
Geographical Area and Type of Institution: Fall 1965 . 19

6. Origin of Florida On-Campus Enrollment By County and
Type of Institution: Fall 1965 . . . . 21

7. Percentage of Total On-Campus Enrollment in Each Type of
Institution: 1957-1965 .. .... .. . . 24

8. Percentage of Florida On-Campus Enrollment in Each Type
of Institution: 1957-1965 . . . . 25

9. Percentage of Non-Florida Total On-Campus Enrollment in
Each Type of Institution: 1957-1965 . . ... 26

10. Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution:
1957-1965 . . . . .. 27

11. Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution:
1957-1965 . .. . .. . . . 28

12. Proportion of Male Enrollment to Total Enrollment by Type
of Institution: 1957-1965 . .. . . . 29

13. Institutions Enrolling More than 2,500 Students by Rank:
Fall 1965 . . . . . . 32

14. Enrollment in Florida Colleges and Universities by Institution
Type of Enrollment, and Sex: Fall 1965 . . . 33



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Table Page
15. Enrollments from Florida, Other States and Countries by
Institution: Fall 1965 . . .. . ...... 37

16. Origin of State University System On-Campus Enrollment
by State or Other Geographical Area: Fall 1965 . . 39

17. Origin of State University System Florida On-Campus
Enrollment by County: Fall 1965 . . ...... 41

18. Enrollments by Institution: Alternate Years 1957-1965 . 44

19. Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State Universities
1957-1965 .. . .. . .. . 46

20. Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State Universities
1957-1965 . . . . . 47

21. Proportion of Non-Florida Enrollments of Total Undergraduate
and Graduate Enrollments in the State Universities: 1959-1965 48

22. Origin of First-Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment by State
or Other Geographical Area and Type of Institution:
Fall 1965 . . . . . 52

23. Origin of State University System First-Time-In-College
On-Campus Enrollment by State or Other Geographical Area:
Fall 1965 . . . ... ... . 54

24. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment
by County and Type of Institution: Fall 1965 . . 56

25. Origin of State University System Florida First-Time-In-
College On-Campus Enrollments by County: Fall 1965 . 59

26. Percentage of Total First-Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment
in Each Type of Institution: 1957-1965 . . . 62

27. Percentage of First-Time-In-College Florida On-Campus
Enrollment in Each Type of Institution: 1958-1965 . 63

28. Percentage of First-Time-In-College Non-Florida On-Campus
Students in Each Type of Institution: 1958-1965 . 64

29. Origin of First-Time-In-College Enrollment by State
or Other Geographical Area: 1958-1965 . . . 65

30. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College Enrollment
by County: 1958-1965 . . . . 67

31. First-Time-In-College Enrollments by Institution:
Alternate Years 1957-1965. . ...... 69



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Table Page
32. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or
Other Geographical Area: Fall 1965 . . . 74

33. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by
County: Fall 1965 . . . . 77

34. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or
Other Geographical Area: 1959-1965 . . . 80

35. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment
by County: 1959-1965 . . . . 82

36. Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by Institution:
1959-1965 . . . . .. 85

37. On-Campus Enrollments and Percentage of Increase by
Type of Institution: 1957-1965 . .. .. .... 90







LIST OF MAPS

Page

Institutions Participating in Fall 1965 Enrollment Report . .. 10

Density of Florida On-Campus College Enrollment by County:
Fall 1965 . . ..... ...... . . 91





















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CHAPTER I


GENERAL INFORMATION














INTRODUCTORY REMARKS


Institutions of higher education in Florida are of several types:

public universities, public junior colleges, private degree-granting

institutions (including special purpose institutions that typically award

certificates rather than degrees) and private junior colleges. A complete

listing of these institutions is contained on the following two pages.

On page ten a map of Florida appears that shows the location of the

colleges and universities. A set of symbols was used to designate the

location on the map of the more than fifty institutions now operating in

Florida. Roman numerals were used for state universities, Arabic numbers

for public junior colleges, capital letters for private degree-granting

institutions and lower case letters for private junior colleges.

New institutions whose enrollments were not reported prior to

1965, as well as the institutions which ceased to function in 1964, are

listed under the heading "Changes in Participants."

Throughout the report, especially in the tables, abbreviations

are used rather than the full names of the institutions. A key to the

abbreviations is given on page six.

Appearing as a final section of Chapter I is a summary of enroll-

ment data showing changes in total enrollment, on-campus enrollment, public

supported enrollment, junior college enrollment and other salient summary

information. Details of these summary figures are reported in Chapters II

through V.



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From time to time in the narrative portions of the report,

percentage figures are cited followed by specific enrollment numbers

in parentheses. The percentages given were rounded off to the nearest .1%

and when applied to the base total yield results in slight variance to the

actual enrollment data in parentheses.












































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CHANGES IN PARTICIPANTS


Two institutions were included in Enrollment in Florida's Institutions

of Higher Learning for the first time: Florida Keys Junior College and

Florida Beacon College St. Petersburg Bible Institute.

Florida Keys Junior College, a public community college located in

Key West, opened in the fall of 1965 with 603 students. It is the southern-

most institution of higher education in the continental United States.

Florida Beacon College St. Petersburg Bible Institute is located

just north of St. Petersburg. It is an interdenominational Christian

institution offering a three-year diploma and Bachelor's of Bible, Religious

Education, and Theology degrees. Its fall 1965 enrollment was 27.

The following public supported junior colleges have suspended

operations since last year:

Gibbs Junior College, St. Petersburg

Johnson Junior College, Leesburg

Lincoln Junior College, Ft. Pierce

Roosevelt Junior College, West Palm Beach

Volusia County Community College, Daytona Beach

Washington Junior College, Pensacola

Florida Military College, listed last year as a private junior college,

has reverted to academy status.

Florida Institute for Continuing University Studies (FICUS) has been

reconstituted as the Office for Continuing Education within the Office of

the Board of Regents. Students enrolled in programs coordinated by this

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office were counted in the off-campus enrollments of the institutions

offering the courses.

Fifty-four institutions participated in this report.
















































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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

Coll. College

Comm. Community

Co. County

DGI Degree-Granting Institutions

DC District of Columbia

Div. Division

Enrol. Enrollment

Fla. Florida

FAMU Florida Agricultural and Mechanical
University

FAU Florida Atlantic University

FICUS Florida Institute for Continuing
University Studies

FSU Florida State University

Grad. Graduate

Inst. Institution

JC Junior College

Priv. Private

Pub. Public

SUS State University System

Univ. University

UF University of Florida

USF University of South Florida





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FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING


State Universities


I Florida Agricultural and IV University of Florida
Mechanical University Gainesville
Tallahassee
V University of South Florida
II Florida Atlantic University Tampa
Boca Raton

III Florida State University
Tallahassee


Public Community Junior Colleges


1 Brevard Junior College 11 Junior College of Broward County
Cocoa Fort Lauderdale

2 Central Florida Junior College 12 Lake City Junior College and
Ocala Forest Ranger School
Lake City
3 Chipola Junior College
Marianna 13 Lake-Sumter Junior College
Leesburg
4 Daytona Beach Junior College
Daytona Beach 14 Manatee Junior College
Bradenton
5 Edison Junior College
Fort Myers 15 Miami-Dade Junior College
Miami
6 Florida Keys Junior College
Key West 16 North Florida Junior College
Madison
7 Gulf Coast Junior College
Panama City 17 Okaloosa-Walton Junior College
Valparaiso
8 Hampton Junior College
Ocala 18 Palm Beach Junior College
Lake Worth
9 Indian River Junior College
Fort Pierce 19 Pensacola Junior College
Pensacola
10 Jackson Junior College
Marianna 20 Polk Junior College
Bartow


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Public Community Junior Colleges (Continued)


21 (Rosenwald Junior College 23 St. Petersburg Junior College
Panama City St. Petersburg

22 St. Johns River Junior College 24 Suwannee River Junior College
Palatka Madison


Private Degree-Granting Institutions


A Barry College M Jones College
Miami Jacksonville Miami Orlando

B Bethune-Cookman College N New College
Daytona Beach Sarasota

C Biscayne College 0 Ringling School of Art
Opa Locka Sarasota

D Brevard Engineering College P Rollins College
Melbourne Winter Park

E Edward Waters College Q Saint Leo College
Jacksonville Saint Leo

F Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Institute R Seminary of St. Vincent de Paul
Daytona Beach Boynton Beach

G Florida Beacon College and S South-Eastern Bible College
St. Petersburg Bible Institute Lakeland
St. Petersburg
T Stetson University
H Florida Memorial College DeLand
St. Augustine
U University of Miami
J Florida Presbyterian College Coral Gables
St. Petersburg
W University of Tampa
K Florida Southern College Tampa
Lakeland
X Webber College
L Jacksonville University Babson Park
Jacksonville



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Private Junior Colleges


a Florida College c Orlando Junior College
Temple Terrace, Tampa Orlando

b Marymount College
Boca Raton











































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SUMMARY


Enrollment in the colleges and universities of Florida was

substantially higher in 1965 than in 1964. Total college level enrollment

increased from 124,869 students in 1964 to 145,144 students in 1965.

While on-campus enrollment (students attending classes on the

campus of the institution offering the instruction) increased from 116,865

students in 1964 to 137,724 in the fall of 1965, off-campus enrollment

declined from 8,004 students in 1964 to 7,420 a year later. Most of the

drop in off-campus enrollment occurred in the State University System which

enrolled 487 fewer off-campus students in 1965 than in 1964. This drop

was slight when contrasted with the on-campus gain of 20,859 students.

Net gain in enrollment from 1964 to 1965 was 20,275, an increase of 16.2%.

Florida's public-supported institutions enrolled 108,714 students

in the fall of 1965, 50,288 in the State University System, and 58,426 in

the community junior colleges. This enrollment represented 74.9% of the

total Florida enrollment. Last year the proportion of state supported

enrollment to total Florida enrollment in higher education was 73.1%.

Of the total enrollment reported, 86,010 were men and 59,134 were

women. Men comprised 59.3% of the total enrollment this year as compared

with 58.9% in 1964. The percentage of men in on-campus courses remained

almost constant, 59.8% this year as compared to 59.7% last year, but the

percentage of men enrolled in off-campus programs rose from 46.7% in 1964 to

49.4% in 1965.


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The state's community junior colleges continued to enroll an

increasing proportion of the total college enrollment. In 1964 36.8% of the

total college enrollment was in the public junior colleges, and in 1965

this percentage increased to 40.4%. The community junior colleges enrolled

54.8% of the first-time-in-college enrollment in 1964 and 58.5% in

1965.
An enrollment of 36,430 was reported by twenty-five private insti-

tutions of higher learning. Twenty-two of these twenty-five private

institutions were senior institutions and enrolled 33,306 students, and

three were junior colleges with 3,124 students enrolled. The enrollment

in private institutions increased by 2,917 students and represented 25.1%

of the total college enrollment in Florida.

Of the total college population, 28.5% (41,365) represented

first-time-in-college enrollment in 1965 as opposed to 27.3% (34,143) the

previous year. Nearly ten percent (14,265) constituted graduate enrollment

in 1965 as contrasted with 11.0% (13,688) in 1964.

Total on-campus enrollment in the fall of 1965 was 137,724 of

which 85.4% (117,628) were Florida residents. Over 79% (93,317) of the Florida

residents were enrolled in public institutions, 20.7% (24,311) in private.

Over 50% (59,331) of the Florida residents attending college came from the

following five counties: Dade, Pinellas, Hillsborough, Broward, and Duval.

There were 20,096 out-of-state students in Florida institutions of

higher learning in 1965. Of this number 55.4% (11,141) were in private

institutions, 44.6% (8,955) in public. Over one-fourth (5,436) of these

students were from New York and New Jersey. Out-of-state enrollment in

public junior colleges more than doubled in a one year period, jumping

from 1,318 in 1964 to 2,971 in 1965.

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CHAPTER II

REPORT OF STATEWIDE ENROLLMENT














STATEWIDE ENROLLMENT


In 1965 there were 145,144 students enrolled in Florida's colleges

and universities. By far, the greater number of these students were attending

class on the various campuses; however, off-campus enrollment was substantial

totaling 7,420 students. Table 1 shows on-campus and off-campus enrollment

by type of institution. Table 2 reports undergraduates enrolled in degree

programs and in terminal (non-degree) programs. Tables 3 and 4 present

enrollment data for non-Florida students, showing the type of institution

entered by these students and the level of their enrollment.

The geographic areas of origin for all on-campus enrollment are

shown in Table 5. As will be noted, Florida students who numbered 117,628

comprised 85.4% of the on-campus total. New York State with 3,316 students,

led other states in sending students to Florida institutions, followed by

New Jersey with 2,120, Georgia with 1,473 and Pennsylvania with 1,408. A

total of 1,802 students from abroad enrolled in colleges and universities

in Florida in 1965. Table 6 shows the number of students coming from each

Florida county and the type of institution entered.

Whereas Tables 1 through 6 present enrollment data for 1965, Tables 7

through 11 set forth enrollment information for previous years. Table 7

gives the percentages of the total enrollment in the various types of

institutions for each year since 1957, and reflects the rapid growth of the

system of public junior colleges. Tables 8 and 9 present essentially the

same data as Table 7, except that Table 7 deals with the enrollment of all


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students, Florida and out-of-state, while Table 8 reports the percentage

enrollment by type of institution for Florida students only, and Table 9

gives the same information for non-Florida students. Tables 10 and 11

report the number of Florida and non-Florida students respectively

enrolled in campus classes over a period of nine years. Table 12, the

final table in this chapter, shows the percentage of male enrollment in

the various types of institutions from 1957 through 1965.









































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TABLE 1

ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING: FALL 1965

On-Campus Enrollmentl Off-Campus Enrollment3

Undergraduate Graduate Total Undergraduate Graduate Total Total (On-
Institutions Previously and Off-
First-Time- Enrol. in Campus)
in-Coll. Coll.

FAMU 750 2,462 376 3,588 31 117 148 3,736

FAU -- 1,609 783 2,392 26 992 1,018 3,410

FSU 2,020, 9,003 2,177 13,200 193 1,995 2,188 15,388

UF 2,850' 11,842 2,182 16,874 648 1,518 2,166 19,040

USF 2,136 5,279 377 7,792 59 863 922 8,714

SUS (Total) 7,756 30,195 5,895 43,846 957 5,485 6,442 50,288

Public JC 24,155 34,271 -- 58,426 -- -- 58,426

Private DGI 7,907 21,536 2,885 32,328 978 -- 978 33,306

Private JC 1,547 1,577 -- 3,124 -- -- 3,124

Total 41,365 87,579 8,780 137,724 1,935 5,485 7,420 145,144

1Enrollment in courses on the campus of the institution offering the course
2Includes students pursuing first professional degrees

3Does not include students enrolled in correspondence courses










TABLE 2

UNDERGRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY
TYPE OF PROGRAM: FALL 1965


Total
Degree Terminal Under-
Institution Programs Programs Graduate

FAMU 3,141 71 3,212
FAU 1,609 -- 1,609
FSU 11,023 -- 11,023
UF 14,692 -- 14,692
USF 7,415 -- 7,415
SUS (Total) 37,880 71 37,951
Public JC 48,524 9,902 58,426
Private DGI 28,111 1,332 29,443
Private JC 2,944 180 3,124


Totals 117,459 11,485 128,944






TABLE 3

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES: FALL 1965

Total
Institution Florida Non-Florida Enrollment


FAMU 3,248 340 3,588
FAU 2,301 91 2,392
FSU 10,575 2,625 13,200
UF 14,242 2,632 16,874
USF 7,496 296 7,792
SUS (Total) 37,862 5,984 43,846
Public JC 55,455 2,971 58,426
Private DGI 21,741 10,587 32,328
Private JC 2,570 554 3,124


Totals 117,628 20,096 137,724



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TABLE 4

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF PROGRAM: FALL 1965

I Undergraduate Graduate
Florida Non-Florida % Non- Florida Non-Florida % Non-
Institution Enrollment Enrollment Florida Enrollment Enrollment Florida

FAMU 2,894 318 9.9 354 22 5.9

FAU 1,535 74 4.6 766 17 2.2

FSU 9,474 1,549 14.1 1,101 1,076 49.4

UF 13,044 1,648 11.2 1,198 984 45.1

USF 7,123 292 3.9 373 4 1.1



SUS (Total) 34,070 3,881 10.2 3,792 2,103 35.7


Pub. JC 55,455 2,971 5.1

Priv. DGI 19,133 10,310 35.0 2,608 277 9.6

Priv. JC 2,570 554 17.7


Totals 111,228 17,716 13.7 6,400 2,380 27.1













TABLE 5

ORIGIN OF TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR OTHER
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1965


State or Other
Geographical Pub. Priv. Priv.
Area SUS JC DGI JC Total

Alabama 320 212 164 29 -725
Alaska 2 2 5 1 10
Arizona 22 4 14 40
Arkansas 35 9 20 11 75
California 111 31 84 11 237

Colorado 17 14 21 1 53
Connecticut 78 57 468 18 -621
Delaware 25 15 62 3 105
Dist. of Columbia 34 10 113 6 163
Florida 37,862 55,455 21,741 2,570 117,628

Georgia 807 172 466 28 .---1,473
Hawaii 6 1 4 1 12
Idaho 7 1 3 11
Illinois 239 107 488 33 867
Indiana 118 88 158 24 388

Iowa 36 15 41 92
Kansas 32 9 22 63
Kentucky 101 23 113 13 250
Louisiana 92 16 48 2 158
Maine 32 14 55 5 106

Maryland 94 32 267 8 401
Massachusetts 159 57 526 15 757
Michigan 106 78 183 8 375
Minnesota 32 13 34 2 81
Mississippi 86 15 49 -- 150

Missouri 56 16 67 9 148
Montana 2 2 1 5
Nebraska 18 3 8 1 30
Nevada 6 2 6 14
New Hampshire 14 7 39 60



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TABLE 5 (Continued)


State or Other
Geographical Pub. Priv. Priv.
Area SUS JC DGI JC Total

New Jersey 299 242 1,501 78 2,120
New Mexico 22 11 4 1 38
New York 610 302 2,342 62 3,316
North Carolina 190 59 207 3 459
North Dakota 4 1 4 1 10

Ohio 245 106 439 36 826
Oklahoma 28 9 19 1 57
Oregon 14 2 6 3 25
Pennsylvania 274 150 966 18 1,408
Rhode Island 21 7 83 6 117

South Carolina 162 43 142 3 350
South Dakota 7 1 5 -- 13
Tennessee 221 38 125 12 396-
Texas 108 31 63 20 222
Utah 4 1 5 -- 10

Vermont 10 11 30 -- 51
Virginia 246 123 398 20 787
Washington 26 7 10 -- 43
West Virginia 53 25 52 2 132
Wisconsin 62 24 82 5 173
Wyoming 8 2 2 12


State Totals 43,163 57,673 31,755 3,072 135,663


Canal Zone 12 2 28 6 48
Puerto Rico 13 5 71 1 90
Virgin Islands 2 676 1 -- 3
Other Countries 633 70 470 23 1,802
Unclassified 23 -- 3 22 118


Totals 43,846 58,426 32,328 3,124 137,724







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TABLE 6

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY AND TYPE
OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1965


Pub. Priv. Priv. % of %
County SUS JC DGI JC Total Total Change

Alachua 1,505 532 108 6 2,151 1.83 +.01
Baker 21 101 4 -- 126 .11 +.03
Bay 342 1,292 66 -- 1,700 1.45 +.09
Bradford 73 91 35 -- 199 .17 .00
Brevard 946 3,422 1,107 11 5,486 4.66 +.57

Broward 2,530 4,418 819 15 7,782 6.62 +.72
Calhoun 49 78 1 -- 128 .11 -.05
Charlotte 80 78 14 5 177 .15 +.02
Citrus 42 90 12 -- 144 .12 .00
Clay 111 278 98 1 488 .41 +.07

Collier 92 138 39 3 272 .23 -.05
Columbia 103 374 29 -- 506 .43 .00
Dade 5,285 12,816 8,200 23 26,324 22.38 -.48
DeSoto 117 32 29 -- 178 .15 +.04
Dixie 19 85 6 -- 110 .09 -.01

Duval 2,811 1,705 3,175 13 7,704 6.55 -.30
Escambia 677 3,023 61 1 3,762 3.20 -.39
Flagler 28 43 12 -- 83 .07 -.01
Franklin 42 24 8 1 75 .06 -.01
Gadsden 330 118 39 -- 487 .41 -.02

Gilchrist 25 39 -- 2 66 .06 +.01
Glades 4 6 10 -- 20 .02 .00
Gulf 51 127 20 -- 198 .17 +.06
Hamilton 39 93 6 -- 138 .12 -.09
Hardee 60 73 27 3 163 .14 +.01











TABLE 6 (Continued)

Pub. Priv. Priv. % of %
County SUS JC DGI JC Total Total Change

Hendry 39 35 17 2 93 .08 -.01
Hernando 95 34 20 1 150 .13 .00
Highlands 147 75 59 2 283 .24 +.01
Hillsborough 5,414 1,583 1,297 117 8,411 7.15 -.19
Holmes 45 137 2 -- 184 .16 +.05

Indian River 137 242 56 -- 435 .37 .00
Jackson 223 670 25 -- 918 .78 +.16
Jefferson 96 100 8 -- 204 .17 -.10
Lafayette 9 40 -- -- 49 .04 -.01
Lake 359 715 200 17 1,291 1.10 -.01

Lee 358 682 118 1 1,159 .99 -.13
Leon 3,045 323 42 1 3,411 2.90 +.09
Levy 51 103 10 1 165 .14 -.02
Liberty 9 22 1 -- 32 .03 -.01
Madison 118 234 6 -- 358 .30 -.05

Manatee 403 1,029 76 5 1,513 1.29 -.06
Marion 414 817 82 2 1,315 1.12 -.05
Martin 70 162 30 -- 262 .22 .00
Monroe 141 631 74 4 850 .72 +.42
Nassau 87 72 60 1 220 .19 +.01

Okaloosa 306 1,013 16 1 1,336 1.14 +.16
Okeechobee 34 82 15 -- 131 .11 +.01
Orange 1,772 315 2,251 1,999 6,337 5.39 -.06
Osceola 90 28 27 45 190 .16 .00
Palm Beach 2,014 3,856 370 25 6,265 5.33 +.24










TABLE 6 (Continued)


Pub. Priv. Priv. % of %
County SUS JC DGI JC Total Total Change

Pasco 219 79 95 7 400 .34 -.05
Pinellas 2,717 5,676 691 26 9,110 7.74 -.26
Polk 1,225 1,828 621 14 3,688 3.14 +.06
Putnam 170 436 61 -- 667 .57 -.05
Saint Johns 149 348 170 2 669 .57 +.05

Saint Lucie 223 498 70 2 793 .67 -.09
Santa Rosa 105 586 6 1 698 .59 +.08
Sarasota 613 859 167 5 1,644 1.40 -.04
Seminole 279 96 223 197 795 .68 +.04
Sumter 75 136 8 -- 219 .19 -.02

Suwannee 102 180 24 -- 306 .26 .00
Taylor 114 154 8 -- 276 .23 +.02
Union 21 52 1 -- 74 .06 .00
Volusia 795 2,016 686 8 3,505 2.98 -.16
Wakulla 43 15 3 -- 61 .05 -.01
Walton
67 216 3 286 .24 +.02
Washington 55 200 2 257 .22 +.04
Unclassified 32 4 115 -- 151 .13 -.26


Total 37,862 55,455 21,741 2,570 117,628 100.02


Comparison of the percentage of the totals in 1964 and 1965.










TABLE 7

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH TYPE
OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1965


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

1957 43.0% 11.1% 54.1% 43.3% 2.7% 46.0%

1958 40.3 17.1 57.4 39.3 3.3 42.6

1959 39.5 18.3 57.8 38.7 3.5 42.2

1960 39.7 23.2 62.9 34.8 2.3 37.1

1961 37.3 28.2 65.5 32.2 2.3 34.5

1962 37.4 31.6 69.0 28.9 2.1 31.0

1963 32.7 37.7 70.4 26.5 3.0 29.5

1964 32.9 39.3 72.2 25.6 2.2 27.8

1965 31.8 42.4 74.2 23.5 2.3 25.8











TABLE 8

PERCENTAGE OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH TYPE
OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1965


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

1957 46.0% 13.3% 59.3% 37.9% 2.9% 40.8%

1958 43.3 18.6 61.9 34.6 3.5 38.1

1959 40.8 21.5 62.3 33.9 3.8 37.7

1960 41.5 27.4 68.9 28.8 2.3 31.1

1961 38.5 32.8 71.3 26.4 2.3 28.7

1962 38.7 36.2 74.9 23.0 2.1 25.1

1963 32.5 42.5 75.0 21.7 3.2 24.9

1964 32.8 44.1 76.9 20.9 2.2 23.1

1965 32.2 47.1 79.3 18.5 2.2 20.7










TABLE 9

PERCENTAGE OF NON-FLORIDA TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1965


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

1957 30.0% 1.6% 31.6 66,4% 2.0% 68.4

1958 31.5 2.0 33.5 64.1 2.4 66.5

1959 32.9 3.0 35.9 61.7 2.4 64.1

1960 31.3 2.9 34.2 63.5 2.3 65.8

1961 31.2 4.8 36.0 61.2 2.8 64.0

1962 32.3 6.9 39.2 58.8 2.0 60.8

1963 33.7 8.2 41,9 56.2 1.9 58.1

1964 33.9 8.4 42.3 55.4 2.4 57.8

1965 29.8 14.8 44.6 52.7 2.8 55.5










TABLE 10

FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1965


SUS Pub. JC Priv. DGI Priv. JC All Inst.'s
Fall
of Enrol. % Enrol. %' Enrol. % Enrol. % Enrol. %

1957 18,368 86.9 6,021 97.3 15,427 71.1 1,205 85.9 41,021 81.2

1958 19,512 86.5 9,416 97.7 15,835 71.5 1,615 87.1 46,378 82.3

1959 20,288 85.6 10,696 97.2 16,843 72.4 1,887 88.5 49,714 82.7

1960 23,356 86.3 15,443 97.8 16,247 68.4 1,293 82.4 56,339 82.6

1961 25,210 86.3 21,498 97.2 17,310 68.8 1,477 80.5 65,495 83.6

1962 26,326 85.8 28,444 96.9 18,052 69.5 1,646 85.6 74,468 84.7

1963 28,546 85.6 37,329 97.0 19,077 70.5 2,812 91.3 87,764 86.0

1964 33,146 86.1 44,631 97.1 21,166 70.8 2,181 85.3 101,124 86.5

1965 37,862 18.6 55,455 94.9 21,741 67.3 2,570 82.3 117,268 85.4

Percentage that Florida enrollment was of total on-campus enrollment.










TABLE 11

NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1965


SUS Pub. JC Priv. DGI Priv. JC All Inst.'s
Fall
of Enrol. % Enrol. % Enrol. Enrol. % Enrol.

1957 2,778 13.1 148 2.7 6,150 28.9 189 14.1 9,265 18.8

1958 3,057 13.5 198 2.3 6,217 28.5 232 12.9 9,704 17.7

1959 3,425 14.4 312 2.8 6,424 27.6 246 11.5 10,407 17.3

1960 3,697 13.7 347 2.2 7,513 31.6 276 17.6 11,833 17.4

1961 4,009 13.7 618 2.8 7,848 31.2 358 19.5 12,833 16.4

1962 4,349 14.2 912 3.1 7,918 30.5 276 14.4 13,455 15.3

1963 4,802 14.4 1,162 3.0 7,997 29.5 268 8.7 14,229 14.0

1964 5,332 13.9 1,318 2.9 8,714 29.2 377 14.7 15,741 13.5

1965 5,984 13.6 2,971 5.1 10,587 32.7 554 17.7 20,096 14.6


Percentage that non-Florida enrollment was of total on-campus enrollment.










TABLE 12

PROPORTION OF MALE ENROLLMENT TO TOTAL ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1965


On-Campus Off-Campus Combined

Fall Pub. Priv. Priv. Priv. Pub. Priv. Priv.
of SUS JC DGI JC Total SUS DGI Total SUS JC DGI JC Total

1957 65.1% 60.5% 62.6% 58.7% 63.3% 24.7% 69.7% 36.7% 59.0% 60.5% 63.1% 58.7% 60.9%

1958 65.3 62.6 62.6 54.1 62.8 26.1 88.2 27.0 58.7 58,5 63.7 54.1 60.4

1959 64.1 61.8 61.8 56.9 62.1 22.5 80.0 37.4 59.8 59.5 62.5 56.9 60.7

K 1960 63.1 61.0 61.0 65.6 61.3 32.4 84.2 42.4 59.0 58.2 61.9 65.6 59.9

1961 61.9 58.1 58.1 64.4 60.0 39.9 87.0 48.6 59.1 59.2 59.2 64.4 59.2

1962 60.8 59.0 59.8 65,7 60.0 50.6 88.9 57.4 59.6 59.0 60.7 65.7 59.9

1963 60.4 60.3 60.3 63.3 58.9 44.5 88.4 53.6 58.5 56.2 61.6 63.3 58.6

1964 60,2 59,8 59.1 58.7 59.7 40.3 87.3 46.7 57.1 59.8 60.1 58.7 58.9

1965 60.2 60.8 57.7 57.5 59.8 44.7 80.7 49.4 58.2 60.8 58.4 57.5 59.3



























CHAPTER III


ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTIONS














ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTIONS


Chapter 3 begins with a list of all institutions enrolling more than

2,500 students in the fall of 1965. Of the 15 institutions on this list, six

are public junior colleges, five are state universities, and four are private

degree-granting institutions.

Table 14 gives the on-campus, off-campus, first-time-in-college, and

terminal enrollments of the individual institutions by sex. Total enrollments

range from 27 at Florida Beacon College St. Petersburg Bible Institute to

19,040 at the University of Florida.

Table 15 shows the number of students in each institution from Florida

and from out-of-state. Non-Florida enrollment ranges from an absence of out-

of-state students at Jackson Junior College and Polk Junior College to 81.9

percent at New College. Table 16 reports the number of students from each

state or other geographical area enrolled in the several state universities.

Table 17 gives the number of students enrolled in the state universities from

each of the counties in Florida.

In Table 18 the total enrollments of each individual institution for

alternate years since 1957 are shown. Table 19 reports the on-campus

enrollments of Florida students in the state universities since 1957, and

Table 20 gives the on-campus enrollments of non-Florida students for the same

years. Table 21 shows the proportions that non-Florida enrollments were of

total enrollments in the state universities beginning with 1959 and extending

through 1965.



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TABLE 13

INSTITUTIONS ENROLLING MORE THAN 2,500 STUDENTS
BY RANK: FALL 1965

Total Enrollment
Institution (On and Off-Campus)


University of Florida 19,040

Florida State University 15,388

Miami-Dade Junior College 14,513

University of Miami 12,347

University of South Florida 8,714

St. Petersburg Junior College 7,918

Palm Beach Junior College 4,514

Junior College of Broward County 3,996

Pensacola Junior College 3,969

Florida A 6 M University 3,736

Brevard Junior College 3,660

Florida Atlantic University 3,410

Rollins College 3,241

Jacksonville University 2,694

University of Tampa 2,655













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TABLE 14

ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES BY INSTITUTION,
TYPE OF ENROLLMENT, AND SEX: FALL 1965*

On-Campus Off-Campus First Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Enrollment Students Students
M F T M F T M F T M F T

State University
System

FAMU 1,711 1,877 3,588 -- 148 408 342 750 71 -- 71
FAU 1,331 1,061 2,392 -- 1,018 -- -- -- -- .
FSU 7,204 5,996 13,200 -- 2,188 924 1,096 2,020 -- .= --
UF 11,711 5,163 16,874 -- 2,166 1,754 1,096 2,850 -- -- --
USF 4,420 3,372 7,792 -- 922 1,115 1,021 2,136 -- --

Total 26,377 17,469 43,846 2,879 3,563 6,442 4,201 3,555 7,756 71 -- 71

Public Junior
Colleges

Brevard JC 2,414 1,246 3,660 -- -- 718 478 1,196 338 138 476
Central JC 837 506 1,343 -- 344 244 588 136 160 296
Chipola JC 760 609 1,369 -- -- 343 213 556 13 27 40
Daytona Bch. JC 1,323 1,041 2,364 -- -- 508 387 895 237 230 467
Edison JC 594 359 953 -- -- 350 223 573 97 89 186

Florida Keys JC 355 248 603 -- -- 220 159 379 61 58 119
Gulf Coast JC 866 486 1,352 -- -- 376 222 598 67 81 148
Hampton JC 117 149 266 -- -- 56 57 113 38 24 62
Indian River JC 550 420 970 -- -- 279 225 504 63 51 114
Jackson JC 55 134 189 -- -- 14 29 43

JC of Broward Co. 2,276 1,720 3,996 -- -- 1,156 834 1,990 388 222 610
Lake City JC and
Forest Ranger School 595 313 908 -- -- 277 127 404 96 64 160
Lake Sumter JC 482 439 921 -- -- 208 139 347 48 67 115
Manatee JC 1,173 879 2,052 -- -- 471 348 819 208 272 480
Miami Dade JC 9,337 5,176 14,513 -- -- 3,231 2,154 5,385 1,716 1,279 2,995










TABLE 14 (Continued)

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

M F T M F T M F T M F T

North Fla. JC 607 311 918 -- -- 274 121 395 42 48 90
Okaloosa-Walton JC 656 422 1,078 -- -- 317 245 562 22 25 47
Palm Bch. JC 2,411 2,103 4,514 -- -- 925 920 1,845 448 542 990
Pensacola JC 2,327 1,642 3,969 929 644 1,573 199 244 443
Polk JC 1,181 649 1,830 -- -- 628 308 936 143 45 188

Rosenwald JC 62 86 148 -- -- 34 26 60 -- 4 4
St. Johns JC 1,698 685 2,383 -- -- 704 332 1,036 112 38 150
St. Petersburg JC 4,786 3,132 7,918 -- -- 1,870 1,382 3,252 917 788 1,705
Suwannee River JC 62 147 209 -- -- 33 73 106 -- 17 17

Total 35,524 22,902 58,426 -- -- 14,265 9,890 24,155 5,389 4,513 9,902

Private Degree-
Granting Institutions

Barry C. 109 963 1,072 -- -- 215 215
Bethune-Cookman C. 392 551 943 -- -- 141 171 312
Biscayne C. 262 -- 262 -- -- 154 -- 154
Brevard Engr. C. 1,019 28 1,047 -- -- 171 9 180
Edward Waters C. 378 530 908 -- -- 135 166 301

Embry-Riddle Aero-
nautical Inst. 191 -- 191 -- 82 82* Not reported
Florida Beacon C.- St.
petersburg Bible Inst. ?1 6 27 -- -- -- 16 2 18 21 6 27
Fla. Memorial C. 151 276 427 -- -- 69 90 159
Fla. Presby. C. 352 426 778 3 8 11 117 161 278
Fla. Southern C. 843 831 1,674 -- -- -- 259 302 561









TABLE 14 (Continued)


On-Campus Off-Campus First Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Enrollment Students Students
M F T M F T M F T M F T

Jacksonville U. 1,655 1,039 2,694 -- -- 379 265 644 46 46
Jones C.
Jacksonville Div. 181 319 500 -- -- 151 257 408 181 319 500
Miami Div. 51 124 175 -- -- 23 87 110 51 124 175
Orlando Div. 58 134 192 -- -- 45 109 154 58 134 192
New C. 98 73 171 -- -- 55 40 95
Ringling School of
Art 203 156 359 -- -- 95 84 179
Rollins C. 1,739 956 2,695 400 146 546 277 175 452

St. Leo C. 623 184 807 -- 344 99 443
Seminary of St.
Vincent de Paul 58 -- 58
South-Eastern
Bible C. 172 168 340 -- -- 65 73 138 171 163 334
Stetson U. 1,311 1,016 2,327 -- -- 262 232 494
U. of Miami 7,409 4,938 12,347 -- -- 1,315 771 2,086

U. of Tampa 1,370 864 2,234 386 35 421 229 158 387
Webber C. -- 100 100 -- -- 57 57


Total 18,646 13,682 32,328 789 189 978 4,384 3,523 7,907 482 792 1,274
Private Junior
Colleges

Fla. C. 280 146 426 -- -- 119 94 213 -- -- --
Marymount C. 3 322 325 -- -- 221 221 -- -- --
Orlando JC 1,512 861 2,373 -- -- 660 453 1,113 46 134 180

Total 1,795 1,329 3,124 -- -- 779 768 1,547 46 134 180












TABLE 14 (Continued)


On-Campus Off-Campus First Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Enrollment Students Students
M F T M F T M F T M F T


SUS and Priv. DGI
Total 45,023 31,151 76,174 3,668 3,752 7,420 8,585 7,078 15,663 553 792 1,345

JC Total 37,319 24,231 61,550 -- 15,044 10,658 25,702 5,435 4,647 10,082

GRAND TOTAL 82,342 55,382 137,724 3,668 3,752 7,420 23,629 17,736 41,365 5,988 5,439 11,427


Enrollment data were not available where blanks appear.
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TABLE 15

ENROLLMENTS FROM FLORIDA, OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES BY
INSTITUTION: FALL 1965

Other Other %
Institution Florida States Countries Total Non-Fla.

State University System

FAMU 3,248 337 3 3,588 9.5
FAU 2,301 79 12 2,392 3.8
FSU 10,575 2,459 166 13,200 19.9
UF 14,242 2,156 476 16,874 15.6
USF 7,496 272 24 7,792 3.8

Public Junior Colleges

Brevard JC 3,512 141 7 3,660 4.0
Central Fla. JC 1,296 38 9 1,343 3.5
Chipola JC 1,288 81 -- 1,369 5.9
Daytona Beach JC 2,302 57 5 2,364 2.6
Edison JC 893 55 5 953 6.3

Florida Keys JC 581 18 4 603 3.6
Gulf Coast JC 1,290 62 -- 1,352 4.6
Hampton JC 265 1 -- 266 0.4
Indian River JC 920 48 2 970 5.2
Jackson JC 189 -- 189 0.0

JC of Broward Co. 3,921 74 1 3,996 1.9
Lake City JC and
Forest Ranger School 831 76 1 908 8.5
Lake-Sumter JC 909 12 -- 921 1.3
Manatee JC 1,943 106 3 2,052 5.3
Miami-Dade JC 13,240 610 663 14,513 8.8

North Fla. JC 844 63 11 918 8.1
Okaloosa-Walton JC 1,051 26 1 1,078 2.5
Palm Beach JC 4,264 239 11 4,514 5.5
Pensacola JC 3,798 165 6 3,969 4.3
Polk JC 1,830 -- 1,830 0.0

Rosenwald JC 147 1 -- 148 .7
St. Johns JC 2,341 33 9 2,383 1.8
St. Petersburg JC 7,604 299 15 7,918 4.0
Suwannee JC 196 13 -- 209 6.2




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TABLE 15 (Continued)

Other Other %
Institution Florida States Countries Total Non-Fla.

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 899 143 30 1,072 16.1
Bethune-Cookman C. 763 168 12 943 19.1
Biscayne C. 79 180 3 262 69.8
Brevard Engineering C. 899 137 11 1,047 14.1
Edward Waters C. 857 48 3 908 5.6

Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. 35 140 16 191 81.7
Florida Beacon C. St.
Petersburg Bible Inst. 19 6 2 27 29.6
Fla. Memorial Co. 397 26 4 427 7.0
Fla. Presbyterian C. 527 245 6 778 32.3
Fla. Southern C. 1,144 512 18 1,674 31.7

Jacksonville U. 2,079 594 21 2,694 22.8
Jones College
Jacksonville Div. 461 31 8 500 7.8
Miami Div. 162 10 3 175 7.4
Orlando Div. 185 6 1 192 3.6
New C. 31 136 4 171 81.9

Ringling School of Art 100 252 7 359 72.1
Rollins C. 2,036 625 34 2,695 24.5
St. Leo C. 227 576 4 807 71.9
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul 35 12 11 58 39.7
South-Eastern Bible C. 127 209 4 340 62.6

Stetson U. 1,842 450 35 2,327 20.8
U. of Miami 7,471 4,564 312 12,347 39.5
U. of Tampa 1,324 889 21 2,234 40.7
Webber C. 42 55 3 100 58.0

Private Junior Colleges

Florida C. 194 204 28 426 54.5
Marymount C. 63 240 22 325 80.6
Orlando JC 2,313 58 2 2,373 2.5






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TABLE 16

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM ON CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: FALL 1965

State or Other
Geographical Area FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Total

Alabama 61 2 171 84 2 320
Alaska -- -- -- 2 -- 2
Arizona -- 16 5 1 22
Arkansas 1 -- 19 14 1 35
California 2 2 43 59 5 111

Colorado -- -- 7 10 -- 17
Connecticut 7 4 23 37 7 78
Delaware 1 -- 8 16 -- 25
Dist. of Columbia 5 1 4 19 5 34
Florida 3,248 2,301 10,575 14,242 7,496 37,862

Georgia 78 -- 509 200 20 807
Hawaii -- -- 1 5 -- 6
Idaho -- -- 6 1 -- 7
Illinois 2 4 94 120 19 239
Indiana 3 -- 54 46 15 118

Iowa -- 1 14 17 4 36
Kansas -- -- 18 11 3 32
Kentucky 1 1 45 48 6 101
Louisiana 8 -- 53 31 -- 92
Maine -- 1 15 14 2 32

Maryland 2 2 44 41 5 94
Massachusetts 3 5 67 67 17 159
Michigan 3 1 44 47 11 106
Minnesota -- -- 17 13 2 32
Mississippi 13 -- 51 20 2 86

Missouri -- 1 24 28 3 56
Montana -- -- 1 1 -- 2
Nebraska -- 7 9 2 18
Nevada -- 1 5 -- 6
New Hampshire -- 11 3 -- 14








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TABLE 16 (Continued)

State or Other
Geographical Area FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Total

New Jersey 21 4 99 157 18 299
New Mexico -- -- 10 12 -- 22
New York 41 20 231 274 44 610
North Carolina 13 3 85 80 9 190
North Dakota -- -- 3 1 -- 4

Ohio 6 8 102 113 16 245
Oklahoma 1 1 11 14 1 28
Oregon -- -- 5 8 1 14
Pennsylvania 25 9 112 116 12 274
Rhode Island -- 1 7 12 1 21

South Carolina 9 2 77 64 10 162
South Dakota -- -- 4 3 -- 7
Tennessee 14 -- 120 85 2 221
Texas 6 -- 55 44 3 108
Utah -- 2 2 -- 4

Vermont -- 1 3 5 1 10
Virginia 5 3 97 127 14 246
Washington 1 -- 11 14 -- 26
West Virginia 2 -- 24 25 2 53
Wisconsin 1 2 31 22 6 62
Wyoming -- 3 5 -- 8


State Totals 3,583 2,380 13,034 16,398 7,768 43,163


Canal Zone -- -- 11 1 -- 12
Puerto Rico -- 13 -- 13
Virgin Islands 2 -- -- -- 2
Other Countries 3 12 142 452 24 633
Unclassified -- -- 23 23


Totals 3,588 2,392 13,200 16,874 7,792 43,846










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TABLE 17

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY: FALL 1965

% of %
County FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Total Total Change

Alachua 67 3 90 1,318 27 1,505 3.97 .09
Baker -- 4 17 -- 21 .06 .01
Bay 45 2 190 .90 15 342 .90 + .01
Bradford 7 -- 12 53 1 73 .19 .04
Erevard 20 44 263 522 97 946 2.50 + .37

Broward 106 777 581 957 109 2,530 6.68 + .73
Calhoun 5 -- 33 11 -- 49 .13 .05
Charlotte 1 6 33 19 21 80 .21 + .04
Citrus 6 -- 4 21 11 42 .11 .00
Clay 3 1 33 71 3 111 .29 + .01

Collier 4 4 34 33 17 92 .24 + .01
Columbia 17 1 50 32 3 103 .27 .07
Dade 230 383 1,430 2,829 413 5,285 13.96 .19
DeSoto 19 -- 18 78 2 117 .31 + .09
Dixie 1 -- 3 15 -- 19 .05 .03

Duval 386 9 915 1,313 188 2,811 7.42 .13
Escambia 92 3 344 226 12 677 1.79 .06
Flagler 6 10 11 1 28 .07 .00
Franklin 13 -- 28 1 42 .11 .03
Gadsden 169 -- 127 31 3 330 .87 .08











TABLE 17 (continued)

% of
County FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Total Total Change

Gilchrist -- 14 11 -- 25 .07 + .01
Glades 4 -- 4 .01 .01
Gulf 11 33 7 -- 51 .13 .00
Hamilton 16 12 11 -- 39 .10 .04
Hardee 2 -- 13 22 23 60 .16 .04

Hendry 9 2 9 15 4 39 .10 .01
Hernando 16 -- 17 23 39 95 .25 + .03
Highlands 21 2 35 50 39 147 .39 + .04
Hillsborough 168 4 439 725 4,078 5,414 14.30 .72
Holmes 4 -- 25 15 1 45 .12 + .04

Indian River 10 9 48 61 9 137 .36 .03
Jackson 52 2 111 54 4 223 .59 .03
Jefferson 46 -- 45 5 -- 96 .25 .03
Lafayette 1 -- 5 3 -- 9 .92 .01
Lake 20 4 103 177 55 359 .95 .10

Lee 11 26 118 130 73 358 .95 + .02
Leon 879 2 2,046 109 9 3,045 8.04 + .24
Levy 3 -- 9 38 1 51 .13 .05
Liberty 1 -- 8 -- -- 9 .02 .04
Madison 40 3 53 22 -- 118 .31 .02

Manatee 25 3 149 137 89 403 1.06 .09
Marion 58 -- 89 255 12 414 1.09 .00
Martin 3 10 8 46 3 70 .18 .04
Monroe 6 4 30 85 16 141 .37 .05
Nassau 13 -- 45 28 1 87 .23 .01











TABLE 17 (continued)


% of % *
County FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Total Total Change

Okaloosa 4 2 173 115 12 306 .81 .00
Okeechobee 1 3 14 13 3 34 .09 .01
Orange 96 11 450 926 289 1,772 4.68 + .13
Osceola 1 1 22 36 30 90 .24 + .01
Palm Beach 81 899 367 609 58 2,014 5.32 + 1.15

Pasco 12 -- 28 54 125 219 .58 .10
Pinellas 73 9 698 987 950 2,717 7.18 .18
Polk 98 5 291 444 387 1,225 3.24 .40
Putnam 20 4 39 99 8 170 .45 + .01
Saint Johns 20 3 45 75 6 149 .39 .00

Saint Lucie 43 30 49 97 4 223 .59 + .04
Santa Rosa 10 -- 52 40 3 105 .28 .03
Sarasota 14 8 184 255 152 613 1.62 .10
Seminole 24 4 83 138 30 279 .74 + .02
Sumter 7 1 23 36 8 75 .20 .00

Suwannee 18 -- 38 46 -- 102 .27 .00
Taylor 27 -- 54 33 -- 114 .30 + .05
Union 1 -- 3 17 -- 21 .06 .02
Volusia 50 11 219 464 51 795 2.10 .09
Wakulla 16 -- 22 5 -- 43 .11 .03

Walton 16 -- 27 24 -- 67 .18 .03
Washington 10 -- 28 16 1 55 .15 .03
Unclassified -- -- -- 32 -- 32 .08 + .03

Total 3,248 2,301 10,575 14,242 7,496 37,862 99.97

*Comparison of the percentages of the total in 1964 and 1965.









TABLE 18

ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION: ALTERNATE YEARS 1957-1965

Institution 1957 1959 1961 1963 1965

State University System

FAMU 3,195 3,214 3,118 2,884 3,736
FAU -- -- 3,410
FICUS -- -- 4,549
FSU 8,272 9,222 11,402 11,162 15,388
UF 13,403 13,987 16,002 14,810 19,040
USF -- 2,982 4,593 8,714
Public Junior Colleges

Brevard JC -- 1,248 2,103 3,660
Carver JC -- 51
Central Fla. JC -_ 469 615 862 1,343
Chipola JC 579 416 709 747 1,369
Collier-Blocker JC 61 63

Daytona Beach JC -- 710 908 1,350 2,364
Edison JC -- -- 674 953
Florida Keys JC -- -- 603
Gibbs JC 236 635 604 706
Gulf Coast JC 181 410 661 887 1,352

Hampton JC -- 160 204 254 266
Indian River JC 487 617 970
Jackson JC ... 40 90 189
Johnson JC -- 295
JC of Broward County 1,388 2,450 3,996

Lake City JC ....- 491 908
Lake-Sumter JC -. .. 402 921
Lincoln JC -- 119 125 --
Manatee JC 633 993 1,427 2,052
Miami-Dade JC 3,341 11,061 14,513

North Fla. JC -- 303 472 514 918
Okaloosa-Walton JC -- 1,078
Palm Beach JC 825 1,384 2,111 3,084 4,514
Pensacola JC 1,386 1,766 2,647 3,098 3,969
Polk JC 1,830

Roosevelt JC 180 216 182
Rosenwald JC -- 53 73 111 148
St. Johns River JC 324 540 982 2,383
St. Petersburg JC 2,765 3,116 3,934 5,036 7,918
Suwannee River JC 60 220 232 209

Volusia Co. Comm. C. -- 171 279 412 .
Washington JC 197 188 195 236 --


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TABLE 18 (Continued)


Institution 1957 1959 1961 1963 1965

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 452 786 799 848 1,072
Bethune-Cookman Co. 706 700 680 831 943
Biscayne C. -- -- 51 262
Brevard Engineering C. -- -- 772 1,047
Edward Waters C. 470 623 743 726 908

Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. -- 210 191
Florida Beacon C. St.
Petersburg Bible Inst. -- 27
Florida Memorial C. 289 280 332 377 427
Florida Presbyterian C. -- -- 259 589 789
Florida Southern C. 2,544 2,646 1,985 1,848 1,674

Jacksonville Univ. 1,845 2,050 1,733 2,210 2,694
Jones C.
Jacksonville Div. 645 500
Miami Div. -- -- 122 175
Orlando Div. -- -- 327 192
New C. -- -- 171

Ringling School of Art -- -- 342 359
Rollins C. 694 1,352 1,571 2,606 3,241
St. Leo C. -- 115 261 404 807
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul -- -- 58
South-Eastern Bible C. -- -- 247 340

Stetson Univ. 1,812 1,789 2,112 2,081 2,327
Univ. of Miami 11,459 12,873 13,297 11,567 12,347
Univ. of Tampa 1,748 1,742 2,617 2,495 2,655
Webber C. 84 84 80 90 100

Private Junior Colleges

Florida C. 221 240 266 285 426
Florida Military C. -
Marymount C. -- -- 91 325
Orlando JC 647 1,071 1,228 1,610 2,373


Enrolled 34 junior college students in 1964





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TABLE 19

FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1957-1965


Fall FAMU FAU FSU UF USF
of Enrol. % Enrol. % Enrol. % Enrol. % Enrol. %

1957 2,622 95.8 -- 5,860 81.4 9,886 88.2 -- -

1958 2,606 94.8 -- 6,108 81.3 10,798 87.7

1959 2,638 93.4 -- 6,643 81.2 11,007 86.6

1960 2,760 93.8 -- 7,315 81.1 11,312 86.4 1,969 98.9

1961 2,596 93.8 -- 7,948 80.8 11,744 86.1 2,922 98.0

1962 2,602 93.1 -- 8,357 80.4 11,794 85.3 3,573 97.5

1963 2,681 93.0 -- 8,980 81.2 12,440 84.0 4,445 96.8

1964 2,996 91.8 844 97.3 9,750 80.3 13,292 84.7 6,264 96.4

1965 3,248 90.5 2,301 96.2 10,575 80.1 14,242 84.4 7,496 96.2












TABLE 20

NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1957-1965




FAMU FAU FSU UF USF
Fall
of Enrol. % Enrol, % Enrol. % Enrol. % Enrol. %

1957 114 4.2 1,343 18.6 1,321 11.8

1958 142 5.2 1,407 18.7 1,508 12.3

1959 186 6.6 1,536 18.8 1,703 13.4

1960 183 6.2 1,704 18.9 1,788 13.6 22 1.1

1961 172 6.2 1,887 19.2 1,890 13.9 60 2.0

1962 192 6.9 -- 2,034 19.6 2,032 14.7 91 2.5

1963 203 7.0 -- -- 2,081 18.8 2,370 16.0 148 3.2

1964 269 8.2 23 2.7 2,397 19.7 2,409 15.3 234 3.6

1965 340 9.5 91 3.8 2,695 19.9 2,632 15.6 296 3.8












TABLE 21

PROPORTION OF NON-FLORIDA ENROLLMENTS OF TOTAL UNDERGRADUATE
AND GRADUATE ENROLLMENTS IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES:
1959-1965

All State
FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Universities
Fall Under Under Under Under Under Under
of Grad. Grad. Grad. Grad. Grad. Grad. Grad. Grad. Grad. Grad. Grad. Grad.

1959 6.5 7.4 14.0 46.8 10.4 41.6 -- 11.1 41.2

1960 6.5 3.1 14.4 44.6 10.6 40.9 1.1 -- 10.6 39.6

1961 6.0 9.3 14.3 48.1 10.5 43.3 2.0 -- 10.3 43.5

1962 6.8 7.3 14.4 48.4 10.9 45.4 2.5 -- 10.9 44.0

1963 6.8 8.9 -- 13.3 50.0 11.5 47.9 3.2 -- 10.3 46.0

1964 8.1 9.4 2.5 50.0 13.9 49.2 10.7 47.6 3.7 0.8 9.9 44.4

1965 9.9 5.9 4.6 2.2 14.1 49.4 11.2 45.1 3.9 1.1 10.2 35.7
























CHAPTER IV


FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT














FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT


In the fall of 1965 there were 41,365 first-time-in-college

students in Florida's institutions of higher learning. This was 30.0% of

Florida's total on-campus enrollment and represented a 21.2% (7,222)

increase over the 1964 first-time-in-college enrollment. Florida

furnished 83.7% (34,609) of the 1965 first-time-in-college students

compared with 85.5% (29,203) in 1964.

Table 20 shows the state (or other geographic area) of residence

of students who were first-time-in-college students in 1965. This table

also shows the type of institution in Florida these students entered.

Table 21 reports the number of first-time-in-college students, classified

according to geographic area of residence, that entered each of the four

state universities. (Florida Atlantic, an upper-division university, enrolls

no first-time-in-college students.) Table 22 reports the number of first-

time-in-college students entering higher education from each of the state's

sixty-seven counties. Table 23 presents the enrollment of first-time-in-

college students in each of the state universities and the county of residence

of these students.

Tables 24, 25 and 26 report the proportionate size of the total

enrollment that was represented by first-time-in-college enrollment for the

years 1957 through 1965. Table 24 deals with combined Florida and non-

Florida enrollments, and Tables 25 and 26 treat these two sub-groups separately.




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The geographic origins of total first-time-in-college students are

shown in Table 27 for the years 1958-65. Table 28 gives first-time-in-

college enrollments by counties for the eight year period, and Table 29

reports enrollments by institutions for every odd year from 1957 through 1965.













































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TABLE 22

ORIGIN OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR OTHER
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1965

State or Other
Geographical Pub. Priv. Priv.
Area SUS JC DGI JC Total

Alabama 48 106 75 19 248
Alaska -- 2 4 -- 6
Arizona 1 1 5 -- 7
Arkansas 4 2 6 7 19
California 8 14 21 7 50

Colorado 1 7 8 -- 16
Connecticut 8 36 200 12 256
Delaware 5 11 19 3 38
Dist. of Columbia 9 4 50 5 68
Florida 6,966 22,593 3,860 1,190 34,609

Georgia 155 81 186 20 442
Hawaii 1 1 2 4
Idaho
Illinois 27 65 173 27 292
Indiana 18 45 53 14 130

Iowa 1 5 9 -- 15
Kansas 4 10 -- 14
Kentucky 12 12 42 6 72
Louisiana 9 4 23 -- 36
Maine 5 7 19 4 35

Maryland 25 20 109 5 159
Massachusetts 15 37 189 13 254
Michigan 9 30 67 7 113
Minnesota 3 6 14 1 24
Mississippi 9 5 23 -- 37

Missouri 1 8 23 6 38
Montana -- 1 1 -- 2
Nebraska 1 2 1 1 5
Nevada -- 2 2 -- 4
New Hampshire 1 1 22 -- 24








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TABLE 22 (Continued)

State or Other
Geographical Pub. Priv. Priv.
Area SUS JC DGI JC Total

New Jersey 57 163 653 55 928
New Mexico 3 5 1 1 10
New York 82 170 798 31 1,081
North Carolina 29 30 94 2 155
North Dakota -- -- 2 1 3

Ohio 36 68 137 30 271
Oklahoma 4 3 6 1 14
Oregon 1 -- 2 2 5
Pennsylvania 41 82 331 11 465
Rhode Island 2 4 31 5 42

South Carolina 27 26 51 2 106
South Dakota 1 1 2 -- 4
Tennessee 26 16 56 6 104
Texas 5 17 21 14 57
Utah -- -- 1 -- 1

Vermont 2 3 8 -- 13
Virginia 50 75 180 14 319
Washington 1 3 4 -- 8
West Virginia 4 16 21 2 43
Wisconsin 2 14 30 3 49
Wyoming 1 -- -- -- 1


State Totals 7,716 23,808 7,645 1,527 40,696


Canal Zone -- 3 5 8
Puerto Rico -- 3 21 1 25
Virgin Islands 2 2
Other Countries 21 331 145 14 511
Unclassified 17 13 93 -- 123


TOTALS 7,756 24,155 7,907 1,547 41,365









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TABLE 23

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: Fall 1965*


State FAMU FSU UF USF Total


Alabama 14 27 7 -- 48
Alaska .. -
Arizona -- 1 -- 1
Arkansas 1 3 4
California 1 1 4 2 8

Colorado -- 1 -- .1
Connecticut 4 1 2 1 8
Delaware 1 2 2 -- 5
Dist. of Columbia 4 -- 4 1 9
Florida 613 1,744 2,577 2,032 6,966

Georgia 21 89 41 4 155
Hawaii -- 1 1
Idaho -
Illinois -- 5 10 12 27
Indiana 2 3 7 6 18

Iowa -- 1 -- 1
Kansas -- -
Kentucky -- 8 2 2 12
Louisiana 5 2 2 -- 9
Maine -- 3 2 -- 5

Maryland 1 9 11 4 25
Massachusetts -- 4 6 5 15
Michigan 3 1 3 2 9
Minnesota -- 1 2 3
Mississippi 3 2 3 1 9

Missouri -- 1 -- 1
Montana --
Nebraska -- -- 1 1
Nevada -- --
New Hampshire -- 1 -- 1









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TABLE 23 (Continued)


State FAMU FSU UF USF Total

New Jersey 14 9 28 6 57
New Mexico -- 1 2 -- 3
New York 23 21 22 16 82
North Carolina 8 6 10 5 29
North Dakota -- -- -- --

Ohio 4 13 9 10 36
Oklahoma 1 2 1 -- 4
Oregon -- 1 1
Pennsylvania 13 12 11 5 41
Rhode Island -- 2 -- 2

South Carolina 2 10 10 5 27
South Dakota -- -- 1 -- 1
Tennessee 3 16 7 -- 26
Texas 1 1 2 1 5
Utah -- -- --

Vermont -- 1 -- 1 2
Virginia 2 17 26 5 50
Washington 1 -- -- -- 1
West Virginia 2 -- 2 -- 4
Wisconsin -- 1 1 -- 2
Wyoming -- -- 1 -- 1


Sub Totals 747 2,016 2,824 2,129 7,716


Canal Zone -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico -- -- --
Virgin Islands 2 -- -- 2
Other Countries 1 4 9 7 21
Unclassified -- 17 -- 17



TOTALS 750 2,020 2,850 2,136 7,756


*Note: Florida Atlantic University is a part of the State University
System but has no first-time-in-college students.





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TABLE 24

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1965

Pub. Priv. Priv.
County SUS JC DGI JC Total % of Total

Alachua 166 217 36 5 424 1.23
Baker -- 34 4 -- 38 .11
Bay 44 563 27 -- 634 1.83
Bradford 16 36 6 -- 58 .17
Brevard 219 1,105 171 8 1,503 4.34

Broward 396 2,102 206 9 2,713 7.84
Calhoun 5 36 1 -- 42 .12
Charlotte 24 49 4 5 82 .24
Citrus 12 39 7 -- 58 .17
Clay 34 122 16 1 173 .50

Collier 21 75 18 1 115 .33
Columbia 8 164 12 -- 184 .53
Dade 1,135 4,586 655 12 6,388 18.46
DeSoto 23 22 16 -- 61 .18
Dixie 2 35 5 -- 42 .12

Duval 654 807 885 11 2,357 6.81
Escambia 78 1,184 18 -- 1,280 3.70
Flagler 2 23 5 -- 30 .09
Franklin 4 10 5 1 20 .06
Gadsden 51 60 20 -- 131 .38

Gilchrist 7 13 -- 20 .06
Glades -- 4 7 -- 11 .03
Gulf 8 52 12 -- 72 .21
Hamilton 2 47 3 -- 52 .15
Hardee 10 48 15 3 76 .22










TABLE 24 (Continued)

Pub. Priv. Priv.
County SUS JC DGI JC Total % of Total

Hendry 6 17 10 -- 33 .10
Hernando 21 13 5 -- 39 .11
Highlands 38 39 23 2 102 .29
Hillsborough 1,330 801 175 45 2,351 6.79
Holmes 9 67 -- -- 76 .22

Indian River 27 122 27 -- 176 .51
Jackson 18 186 6 -- 210 .61
Jefferson 10 46 3 -- 59 .17
Lafayette -- 15 -- -- 15 .04
Lake 52 252 48 9 361 1.04

Lee 68 395 42 1 506 1.46
S Leon 331 172 17 1 521 1.51
Levy 7 48 4 1 60 .17
Liberty 2 10 1 -- 13 .04
Madison 11 80 2 -- 93 .27

Manatee 52 369 29 4 454 1.31
Marion 57 363 20 2 442 1.28
Martin 11 74 7 -- 92 .27
Monroe 37 374 28 2 441 1.27
Nassau 24 38 20 -- 82 .24

Okaloosa 69 505 6 1 581 1.68
Okeechobee 2 32 8 -- 42 .12
Orange 451 151 364 871 1,837 5.31
Osceola 22 19 11 28 80 .23
Palm Beach 183 1,524 120 15 1,842 5.32











TABLE 24 (Continued)

Pub. Priv. Priv.
County SUS JC DGI JC Total % of Total

Pasco 43 43 34 2 122 .35
Pinellas 410 2,179 172 22 2,783 8.04
Polk 274 866 149 11 1,300 3.76
Putnam 10 185 14 -- 209 .60
Saint Johns 22 141 68 2 233 .67

Saint Lucie 31 255 25 2 313 .90
Santa Rosa 15 242 4 -- 261 .75
Sarasota 118 368 59 4 549 1.59
Seminole 70 42 30 103 245 .71
Sumter 10 62 8 -- 80 .23

D Suwannee 11 79 7 -- 97 .28
Taylor 18 63 2 -- 83 .24
Union 5 22 -- 27 .08
Volusia 145 717 113 6 981 2.83
Wakulla 5 12 2 -- 19 .05

Walton 14 120 1 -- 135 .39
Washington 6 50 -- 56 .16
Unclassified -- 2 42 -- 44 .13


Total 6,966 22,593 3,860 1,190 34,609 100.00











TABLE 25

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS
ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY: FALL 1965


County FAMU FSU UF USF Total

Alachua 12 9 134 11 166
Baker -- -- -- -- --
Bay 5 21 16 2 44
Bradford 3 3 10 -- 16
Brevard -- 47 136 36 219

Broward 24 111 214 47 396
Calhoun 1 3 1 -- 5
Charlotte 1 9 3 11 24
U Citrus 2 -- 5 5 12
Clay 2 13 17 2 34

Collier 3 5 6 7 21
Columbia 1 3 3 1 8
Dade 50 273 626 186 1,135
DeSoto 11 1 10 1 23
Dixie 1 -- 1 -- 2

Duval 61 224 248 121 654
Escambia 9 34 29 6 78
Flagler -- 1 1 -- 2
Franklin 1 3 -- 4
Gadsden 34 9 6 2 51

Gilchrist -- 5 2 -- 7
Glades -- -- -- --
Gulf 4 2 2 -- 8
Hamilton -- -- 2 -- 2
Hardee -- 4 2 4 10











TABLE 25 (Continued)


County FAMU FSU UF USF Total

Hendry 1 1 3 1 6
Hernando 4 2 3 12 21
Highlands 8 7 11 12 38
Hillsborough 33 112 161 1,024 1,330
Holmes 4 2 3 -- 9

Indian River 1 10 11 5 27
Jackson 8 5 5 -- 18
Jefferson 6 4 10
Lafayette -- -- -
Lake 3 16 22 11 52

Lee 2 33 16 17 68
Leon 116 191 22 2 331
Levy 3 -- 4 -- 7
Liberty 1 1 -- 2
Madison 5 3 3 -- 11

Manatee 8 24 11 9 52
Marion 13 15 24 5 57
Martin 1 -- 10 -- 11
Monroe 2 7 20 8 37
Nassau 3 16 5 -- 24

Okaloosa -- 27 38 4 69
Okeechobee -- -- 2 2
Orange 31 114 191 115 451
Osceola -- 2 4 16 22
Palm Beach 13 53 88 29 183











TABLE 25 (Continued)


County FAMU FSU UF USF Total

Pasco 4 5 6 28 43
Pinellas 9 114 164 123 410
Polk 35 58 94 87 274
Putnam 1 1 6 2 10
Saint Johns 6 5 8 3 22

Saint Lucie 11 7 13 -- 31
Santa Rosa -- 7 6 2 15
Sarasota 8 33 35 42 118
Seminole 9 22 27 12 70
Sumter 3 4 1 2 10

Suwannee 5 4 2 -- 11
Taylor 4 10 4 -- 18
Union 1 1 3 -- 5
Volusia 13 40 75 17 145
Wakulla 3 2 -- -- 5

Walton 6 6 2 -- 14
Washington 4 -- 2 -- 6
Unclassified -- -- -- --


Total 613 1,744 2,577 2,032 6,966


Note: Florida Atlantic University is a part of the State University System but has no
first-time-in-college students.











TABLE 26

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1965


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


1957 33.0% 20.5% 53.5% 41.7% 4.8% 46.5%

1958 31.9 28.6 60.5 34.4 5.1 39.5

1959 31.3 28.5 59.8 35.0 5.2 40.2

1960 31.7 35.6 67.3 29.3 3.4 32.7

1961 28.6 41.6 70.2 25.9 3.9 29.8

1962 23.6 50.7 74.3 21.8 3.9 25.7

1963 22.2 49.8 72.0 21.2 6.8 28.0

1964 21.9 54.8 76.7 19.7 3.6 23.3

1965 18.8 58.5 77.3 19.0 3.7 22.7










TABLE 27

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS
ENROLLMENT IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1958-1965


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

1958 33.9% 32.7% 66.6% 28.2% 5.2% 33.4%

1959 34.2 33.5 67.7 27.0 5.3 32.3

1960 35.2 42.9 78.1 18.6 3.3 21.9

1961 31.2 48.5 79.7 16.6 3.7 20.3

1962 24.9 57.0 81.9 14.3 3.8 18.1

1963 23.3 56.1 79.4 13.5 7.1 20.6

1964 23.1 61.6 84.7 11.9 3.4 15.3

1965 20.1 65.3 85.4 11.2 3.4 14.6











TABLE 28

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS
IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1958-1965


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

1958 20.2% 4.7% 24.9% 70.5% 4.6% 75.1%

1959 18.0 5.7 23.7 71.3 5.0 76.3

1960 16,3 4.7 21.0 75.0 4.0 79.0

1961 16.6 9.1 25.7 69.7 4.6 74.3

1962 16.2 14.1 30.3 65.2 4.5 69.7

1963 16,3 14.7 31.0 64.2 4.8 69.0

1964 14.7 14.7 29.4 65.8 4.8 70.6

1965 11.8 23.4 35.2 59.4 5.4 64.8










TABLE 29

ORIGIN OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: 1958-1965


State or Other
Geographical
Area 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965

Alabama 63 96 111 157 116 141 214 248
Alaska 1 1 3 2 3 2 2 6
Arizona 1 2 2 3 4 4 9 7
Arkansas 9 10 10 12 10 17 18 19
California 20 16 35 35 22 48 39 50

Colorado 5 2 1 13 6 10 7 16
Connecticut 62 75 146 171 134 144 186 256
Delaware 8 10 18 22 14 11 18 38
Dist. of Columbia 22 26 34 36 23 27 33 68
Florida 13,852 13,929 18,216 19,829 21,643 23,630 29,203 34,609

Georgia 185 231 285 337 290 366 381 442
Hawaii 1 5 3 -- 1 3 3 4
Idaho -- -- 2 1 1 1 2 --
Illinois 146 190 234 174 173 177 240 292
Indiana 71 72 96 84 98 83 109 130

Iowa 7 17 22 20 14 12 18 15
Kansas 4 10 17 9 10 12 10 14
Kentucky 47 57 52 63 54 72 86 72
Louisiana 9 16 25 23 24 19 26 36
Maine 14 12 30 29 20 11 45 35

Maryland 35 48 67 81 76 73 112 159
Massachusetts 86 146 198 180 152 147 194 254
Michigan 67 82 112 83 93 75 72 113
Minnesota 16 17 23 15 9 19 24 24
Mississippi 10 9 10 18 9 24 22 37

Missouri 19 36 28 27 24 30 39 38
Montana -- 3 1 4 3 3 2 2
Nebraska 3 9 3 5 1 10 5 5
Nevada -- -- 3 1 1 2 7 4
New Hampshire 6 14 19 15 14 12 12 24

New Jersey 191 252 446 473 357 392 574 928
New Mexico 1 4 1 -- 10 4 6 10
New York 424 624 953 864 631 737 920 1,081
North Carolina 52 54 78 76 77 94 97 155
North Dakota 1 1 1 1 4 1 2 3




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TABLE 29 (Continued)


State or Other
Geographical
Area 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965


Ohio 115 190 219 205 193 176 208 271
Oklahoma 6 9 10 8 3 16 14 14
Oregon 2 2 2 5 6 1 5 5
Pennsylvania 186 238 384 355 290 321 380 465
Rhode Island 11 18 22 22 27 45 39 42

South Carolina 34 32 47 73 67 87 71 106
South Dakota 1 1 1 4 2 -- 1 4
Tennessee 50 65 83 60 72 78 87 104
Texas 31 31 31 37 35 35 36 57
Utah -- 1 -- 1 2 4 1

Vermont 5 10 10 16 16 8 15 13
Virginia 43 73 102 127 129 144 117 319
Washington 3 2 3 7 3 4 10 8
West Virginia 23 26 19 23 23 27 24 43
Wisconsin 35 26 50 34 29 33 32 49
Wyoming 2 -- 1 2 2 2 5 1


Canal Zone 7 8 13 5 5 19 11 8
Guam 1 -- 1 -- -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico 19 18 27 23 26 23 17 25
Virgin Islands -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2

Other Countries 196 139 169 150 204 327 218 511
Unclassified 24 10 4 19 119 102 52 123


Total 16,232 16,974 22,484 24,038 25,373 27,863 34,143 41,365
















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TABLE 30

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY: 1958-1965


County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965


Alachua 215 201 228 256 327 301 375 424
Baker 21 8 12 8 21 25 24 38
Bay 175 187 301 333 351 403 397 634
Bradford 17 35 35 33 37 31 55 58
Brevard 161 165 706 648 965 986 1,187 1,503

Broward 603 690 1,190 1,271 1,354 1,722 1,631 2,713
Calhoun 19 21 33 34 26 33 32 42
Charlotte 9 7 18 26 38 77 48 82
Citrus 27 34 32 29 38 33 50 58
Clay 47 48 58 59 84 101 123 173

Collier 25 30 32 43 55 81 80 115
Columbia 46 36 49 44 144 146 182 184
Dade 3,165 3,129 4,015 4,415 4,292 4,356 5,643 6,388
DeSoto 27 12 22 33 35 24 36 61
Dixie 6 4 9 6 8 20 27 42

Duval 1,026 1,111 1,031 1,202 1,263 2,005 2,000 2,357
Escambia 680 708 925 962 1,096 1,040 1,348 1,280
Flagler 12 12 20 8 19 20 25 30
Franklin 14 7 7 10 11 14 19 20
Gadsden 85 81 88 98 101 67 103 131

Gilchrist 4 7 7 5 22 19 17 20
Glades 4 2 4 6 2 1 12 11
Gulf 25 28 30 43 37 53 37 72
Hamilton 29 24 25 34 37 34 38 52
Hardee 20 17 32 32 23 44 53 76

Hendry 19 21 20 20 24 26 27 33
Hernando 16 13 21 17 37 43 54 39
Highlands 44 59 43 58 46 47 102 102
Hillsborough 799 964 1,737 1,576 1,501 1,476 1,961 2,351
Holmes 10 15 30 30 34 32 41 76

Indian River 42 45 79 128 80 104 145 176
Jackson 95 127 129 175 174 201 226 210
Jefferson 23 33 36 40 40 61 73 59
Lafayette 13 9 14 17 16 13 9 15
Lake 113 120 116 174 334 272 398 361




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TABLE 30 (Continued)


County 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965


Lee 87 90 101 133 364 288 389 506
Leon 246 285 317 349 388 375 452 521
Levy 47 23 33 48 36 42 50 60
Liberty 5 5 7 7 3 8 15 13
Madison 94 81 91 92 74 100 104 93

Manatee 462 218 290 338 297 281 429 454
Marion 313 232 270 298 308 355 369 442
Martin 34 45 62 52 57 57 95 92
Monroe 45 37 48 69 72 75 110 441
Nassau 44 43 19 42 27 55 63 82

Okaloosa 35 54 114 146 159 177 477 581
Okeechobee 15 7 13 19 18 15 34 42
Orange 611 680 777 960 1,003 1,261 1,584 1,837
Osceola 37 30 35 38 36 50 70 80
Palm Beach 725 861 944 1,004 1,187 1,321 1,560 1,842

Pasco 39 65 92 92 162 85 111 122
Pinellas 1,428 1,438 1,606 1,785 2,170 2,096 2,337 2,783
Polk 438 408 494 535 618 648 1,323 1,300
Putnam 139 130 124 152 185 180 239 209
St. Johns 108 74 111 130 133 143 196 233

St. Lucie 56 55 263 166 175 178 253 313
Santa Rosa 111 73 105 152 124 154 182 261
Sarasota 269 221 291 351 274 335 483 549
Seminole 65 83 100 142 129 227 239 245
Sumter 31 36 28 48 55 50 71 80

Suwannee 36 56 52 51 49 77 88 97
Taylor 63 37 34 91 65 75 67 83
Union 3 8 4 6 22 18 3 27
Volusia 570 461 562 538 671 778 920 981
Wakulla 12 11 24 16 8 10 17 19

Walton 23 21 31 39 26 38 87 135
Washington 25 28 40 65 46 55 61 56
Unclassified -- 23 -- 2 30 111 147 44


Total 13,852 13,929 18,216 19,829 21,643 23,630 29,203 34,609





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TABLE 31

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION:
ALTERNATE YEARS 1957-1965


Institution 1957 1959 1961 1963 1965

State University System

FAMU 696 705 519 511 750
FAU
FSU 1,434 1,783 1,964 1,922 2,020
UF 2,244 2,818 3,243 2,809 2,850
USF -- 1,160 953 2,136

Public Junior Colleges

Brevard JC 490 744 1,196
Carver JC -- 21
Central Fla. JC -- 216 312 371 588
Chipola JC 137 200 341 325 556
Collier-Blocker JC -- 31 33

Daytona Beach JC -- 247 306 485 895
Edison JC -- -- 310 573
Florida Keys JC -- -- 379
Gibbs JC 202 317 369 304
Gulf Coast JC 160 134 297 363 598

Hampton JC -- 78 108 133 113
Indian River JC -- 185 206 504
Jackson JC -- 40 50 43
Johnson JC -- -- 112
JC of Broward County -- 640 1,114 1,990

Lake City JC -- -- 234 404
Lake-Sumter JC -- -- 154 347
Lincoln JC -- 42 53
Manatee JC -- 279 468 477 819
Miami-Dade JC -- 1,956 2,849 5,385

North Fla. JC -- 117 203 242 395
Okaloosa-Walton JC 562
Palm Beach JC 416 762 829 1,140 1,845
Pensacola JC 529 648 1,101 1,156 1,573
Polk JC 936

Roosevelt JC -- 89 102 96
Rosenwald JC -- 27 25 65 60
St. Johns River JC -- 167 274 434 1,036
St. Petersburg JC 1,167 1,357 1,556 2,002 3,252
Suwannee River JC 44 71 119 106


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TABLE 31 (Continued)


Institution 1957 1959 1961 1963 1965

Volusia Co. Comm. C. -- 51 121 182
Washington JC 109 102 108 135

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 199 219 229 204 215
Bethune-Cookman C. 164 167 182 232 312
Biscayne C. -- -- 27 154
Brevard Engineering C. -- -- 101 180
Edward Waters C. 220 201 234 199 301

Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. -- 40 82
Florida Beacon C. -
St. Petersburg Bible Inst. -- -- -- 18
Florida Memorial C. 63 70 76 59 159
Florida Presbyterian C. -- -- 150 197 278
Florida Southern C. 544 676 733 622 561

Jacksonville Univ. 690 560 486 737 644
Jones C.
Jacksonville Division -- -- 585 408
Miami Division 50 110
Orlando Division -- -- 301 154
New C. -- 95

Ringling School of Art -- -- 154 179
Rollins C. 234 266 301 348 452
St. Leo C. -- 66 135 228 443
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul -- -
South-Eastern Bible C. -- -- 120 138

Stetson Univ. 460 360 502 434 494
Univ. of Miami 2,738 3,239 2,813 1,652 2,086
Univ. of Tampa 397 382 525 497 387
Webber C. 37 57 58 45 57

Private Junior Colleges

Florida C. 132 143 144 145 213
Florida Military C. -
Marymount C. -- -- 83 221
Orlando JC 288 427 588 720 1,113

All Institutions 13,260 16,974 24,038 27,863 41,365

From Opening Fall Enrollment in Higher Education, 1965 (Washington:
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1965), p. 27.

Enrolled 21 first-time-in-college students in 1964.
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CHAPTER V


GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT














GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT


There were 14,265 graduate students enrolled in Florida's colleges

and universities in the fall of 1965, 8,780 attending classes on-campus

and 5,485 attending off-campus courses. The state universities

enrolled 11,380 graduate students, or 79.8% of the total graduate student

enrollment. The private universities enrolled 2,885 graduate students,

or slightly more than 20% of the total. Approximately two-thirds of all

on-campus graduate students were enrolled in the state universities, and

one-third of on-campus enrollment was in the private universities.

Table 32 shows the state or other geographic location from which the

graduate students came. Nearly three-fourths, or 6,400 graduate students

resided in Florida, and more than one-fourth were from out-of-state. The

state of New York had the next greatest number of graduate student enrollees

having sent 213 to Florida colleges and universities. Georgia with 168,

Pennsylvania with 116 and Illinois with 103 were the next when ranked

according to the number of graduate students coming to Florida institutions.

Graduate students from abroad totaled 350.

Throughout the state, 1,772 more graduate students registered in 1965

than in 1964. Most of the increase came from Florida students, whose ranks

numbered 1,512 more in 1965 than in the preceding year. Table 33 lists the

number of graduate students enrolling from each of the sixty-seven Florida

counties.





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In Table 34 are shown the state or other geographic origins for

all graduate students for the years 1959-1965. Table 35 reports the

county of origin of Florida graduate students during the same span of years.

Total graduate enrollments of the individual institutions from 1959 to 1965

are given in Table 36..

Students pursuing their first professional degrees, such as law

or medicine, were not included in graduate enrollment figures.







































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TABLE 32

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR OTHER
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: FALL 1965


State or Other SUS Priv.
Geographical Area FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Total DGI Total

Alabama -- 60 26 1 87 4 90
Alaska -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 1
Arizona -- 6 3 9 1 10
Arkansas -- 11 10 21 1 22
California 25 23 48 5 53

Colorado -- 5 4 -- 9 1 10
Connecticut -- 2 7 19 -- 28 7 35
Delaware 4 4 8 2 10
Dist. of Columbia -- 2 5 -- 7 3 10
Florida 354 766 1,101 1,198 373 3,792 2,608 6,400

Georgia 22 92 48 1 163 5 168
Hawaii -- 1 -- 1 -- 1
Idaho -- 2 -- 2 1 3
Illinois 1 46 47 -- 94 9 103
Indiana -- 21 14 1 36 3 39

Iowa 1 8 7 -- 16 1 17
Kansas -- 13 8 21 21
Kentucky 20 20 40 5 45
Louisiana 30 14 -- 44 2 46
Maine -- 5 6 -- 11 1 12

Maryland 1 13 12 26 11 37
Massachusetts -- 30 23 -- 53 9 62
Michigan 25 17 42 8 50
Minnesota 15 6 21 3 24
Mississippi -- 33 11 44 1 45











TABLE 32 (Continued)


State or Other SUS Priv.
Geographical Area FAfMU FAU FSU UF USF Total DGI Total

Missouri -- 13 19 -- 32 3 35
Montana -- -- 1 1 -- 2 -- 2
Nebraska -- 5 6 -- 11 1 12
Nevada -- -. 4 4
New Hampshire 9 -- 9 1 10

New Jersey -- 1 37 32 -- 70 18 88
New Mexico 7 7 -- 14 14
New York 3 80 77 1. 161 52 213
North Carolina 1 50 36 -- 87 3 90
North Dakota 2 1 -- 3 -- 3

L Ohio -- 1 35 42 -- 78 18 96
Oklahoma 6 7 -- 13 1 14
Oregon 3 4 -- 7 1 8
Pennsylvania 1 49 49 -- 99 17 116
Rhode Island 1 3 -- 4 -- 4

South Carolina -- 1 35 28 -- 64 3 67
South Dakota -- 4 1 -- 5 -- 5
Tennessee -- 53 33 -- 86 -- 86
Texas -- 39 23 -- 62 4 66
Utah -- 2 1 -- 3 1 4

Vermont -- 2 2 4 1 5
Virginia -- -- 25 30 -- 55 11 66
Washington 7 7 -- 14 2 16
West Virginia 12 12 -- 24 1 25
Wisconsin -- 19 13 -- 32 2 4
Wyoming -- -- 2 2 -- 4 -- 4


Sub-Totals 376 779 2,072 1,967 377 5,571 2,831 8,402











TABLE 32 (Continued)


State or Other SUS Priv.
Geographical Area FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Total DGI Total

Canal Zone -- 1 2 -- 3 1 4
Puerto Rico -- 9 -- 9 12 21
Other Countries -- 3 94 212 -- 309 41 350
Unclassified -- -- -- 3 -- 3 -- 3


Total 376 783 2,177 2,182 377 5,895 2,885 8,780











TABLE 33

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY: FALL 1965


Priv. % of
County FAMU FAU FSU UF USF SUS DGI Total Total

Alachua 6 -- 11 227 1 245 -- 245 3.8
Baker -- 1 2 -- 3 -- 3 0.0
Bay 10 -- 26 9 -- 45 -- 45 0.7
Bradford 1 -- 11 -- 12 -- 12 0.2
Brevard 1 3 20 22 3 49 344 393 6.1

Broward 2 264 36 54 -- 356 68 424 6.6
Calhoun -- 5 2 -- 7 -- 7 0.1
Charlotte -- 2 2 -- 4 -- 4 0.1
Citrus 1 -- 1 3 -- 5 -- 5 0.1
S Clay -- 2 8 -- 10 3 13 0.2

Collier -- 1 1 4 -- 6 -- 6 0.1
Columbia 5 -- 2 10 -- 17 2 19 0.3
Dade 2 41 91 130 2 266 1,365 1,631 25.5
DeSoto 4 4 -- 8 -- 8 0.1
Dixie -- -- 2 -- 2 -- 2 0.0

Duval 88 1 53 124 1 267 106 373 5.8
Escambia 8 -- 30 23 -- 61 1 62 1.0
Flagler -- 3 2 1 -- 6 1 7 0.1
Franklin -- 5 1 -- 6 -- 6 0.1
Gadsden 43 -- 20 1 -- 64 -- 64 1.0

Gilchrist 4 -- 4 -- 4 0.1
Glades -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Gulf 2 -- 2 2 -- 6 -- 6 0.1
Hamilton 3 -- 1 2 -- 6 -- 6 0.1
Hardee -- -- 3 -- 3 -- 3 0.0










TABLE 33 (Continued)


Priv, % of
County FAMU FAU FSU UF USF SUS DGI Total Total

Hendry -- 2 2 4 1 5 0.1
Hernando 4 2 1 1 8 -- 8 0.1
Highlands 1 4 7 4 16 3 19 0.3
Hillsborough 3 -- 55 59 217 334 7 341 5.3
Holmes -- -- 2 -- -- 2 -- 2 0.0

Indian River -- 5 6 5 -- 16 2 18 0.3
Jackson 6 -- 8 3 -- 17 -- 17 0.3
Jefferson 5 -- 3 -- 8 -- 8 0.1
Lafayette -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 1 0.0
Lake 3 -- 2 15 -- 20 13 33 0.5

Lee -- 2 5 12 1 20 -- 20 0.3
Leon 113 1 433 11 1 559 2 561 8.8
Levy 1 -- -- 6 -- 7 -- 7 0.1
Liberty -- 2 -- -- 2 1 3 0.0
Madison 1 -- 8 3 -- 12 -- 12 0.2

Manatee 2 -- 15 9 11 37 1 38 0.6
Marion 5 -- 1 28 -- 34 3 37 0.6
Martin -- 5 2 2 -- 9 -- 9 0.1
Monroe -- 1 -- 4 -- 5 0.1
Nassau -- -- 3 -- 3 -- 3 0.0

Okaloosa -- -- 16 7 -- 23 -- 23 0.4
Okeechobee -- 2 -- 2 -- 4 -- 4 0.1
Orange 3 1 28 53 3 88 503 591 9.2
Osceola 1 1 1 4 1 8 1 9 0.1
Palm Beach 1 417 38 48 -- 504 10 514 8.0











TABLE 33 (Continued)


Priv. % of
County FAMU FAU FSU UF USF SUS DGI Total Total

Pasco -- -- 1 8 10 19 -- 19 0.3
Pinellas 3 2 71 89 75 240 2 242 3.8
Polk 6 2 25 35 32 100. 9 109 1.7
Putnam 2 -- 1 18 1 22 6 28 0.4
St, Johns -- -- 5 6 -- 11 1 12 0.2

St. Lucie -- 12 4 11 -- 27 -- 27 0.4
Santa Rosa -- 2 7 -- 9 -- 9 0.1
Sarasota -- 2 12 18 7 39 1 40 0.6
Seminole -- 2 15 -- 17 48 65 1.0
Sumter -- -- 6 -- 6 -- 6 0.1

Suwannee 10 -- -- 6 16 -- 16 0.3
Taylor 5 -- 9 4 -- 18 -- 18 0.3
Union -- 1 3 -- 4 -- 4 0.1
Volusia 1 -- 12 34 2 49 103 152 2.4
Wakulla -- -- 3 1 -- 4 -- 4 0.1

Walton 5 -- 2 2 -- 9 -- 9 0.1
Washington 1 -- 2 -- -- 3 1 4 0.1


Total 354 766 1,101 1,198 373 3,792 2,608 6,400 99.8








TABLE 34

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR
OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: 1959-1965



States 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965


Alabama 54 57 69 76 88 90 91
Alaska 1 2 2 3 1 1 1
Arizona 4 2 1 3 2 4 10
Arkansas 13 10 11 17 21 25 22
California 24 26 34 37 44 61 53

Colorado 7 5 4 9 10 12 10
Connecticut 5 10 11 25 24 30 35
Delaware 3 2 4 3 2 5 10
Dist. of Columbia 7 10 8 7 9 10 10
Florida 2,634 2,969 3,168 4,030 4,125 4,888 6,400

Georgia 104 100 134 147 150 178 168
Hawaii 1 1 -- -- 2 -- 1
Idaho 1 -- 2 2 2 -- 3
Illinois 39 43 44 69 68 86 103
Indiana 26 27 22 29 37 44 39

Iowa 11 16 20 14 9 17 17
Kansas 8 12 4 7 11 14 21
Kentucky 30 24 19 22 34 37 45
Louisiana 18 21 23 41 53 51 46
Maine 3 9 11 11 12 12 12

Maryland 11 11 16 18 27 30 37
Massachusetts 30 24 25 27 40 52 62
Michigan 21 19 16 22 26 38 50
Minnesota 18 9 9 13 16 20 24
Mississippi 21 36 31 35 30 38 45

Missouri 22 18 19 24 29 23 35
Montana 2 3 5 2 2 1 2
Nebraska 7 10 9 4 6 7 12
Nevada 3 2 5 5 3 1 4
New Hampshire 4 2 4 6 4 1 10

New Jersey 33 34 26 48 41 71 88
New Mexico 4 4 5 7 12 18 14
New York 100 88 102 155 137 184 213
North Carolina 50 44 45 53 58 60 90
North Dakota 1 2 2 2 1 3 3





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TABLE 34 (continued)


States 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965


Ohio 57 53 68 65 57 77 96
Oklahoma 12 8 13 17 21 21 14
Oregon 7 1 5 5 4 7 8
Pennsylvania 62 56 68 90 74 91 116
Rhode Island 5 7 4 4 5 3 4

South Carolina 41 43 44 52 67 68 67
South Dakota 7 6 9 7 2 1 5
Tennessee 29 48 58 59 70 47 86
Texas 26 37 49 59 58 61 66
Utah -- -- 3 44 8 9 4

Vermont 4 4 5 4 4 1 5
Virginia 22 27 34 38 44 52 66
Washington 6 8 7 7 8 12 16
West Virginia 11 11 14 19 15 23 25
Wisconsin 14 21 17 17 21 29 34
Wyoming 1 3 1 1 4 5 4


Canal Zone -- -- 1 2 2 1 4
Guam -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico 7 6 9 8 4 3 21

Other Countries 175 166 170 266 323 355 350
Unclassified -- 1 -- 1 -- -- 3


Total 3,806 4,158 4,489 5,698 5,927 7,008 8,780


















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TABLE 35

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY: 1959-1965


Counties 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965

Alachua 151 143 144 161 206 207 245
Baker 2 2 3 2 3 3 3
Bay 20 13 17 32 24 31 45
Bradford 6 6 2 7 10 16 12
Brevard 9 16 21 167 235 312 393

Broward 86 153 139 184 135 125 424
Calhoun 7 4 2 2 10 12 7
Charlotte 6 3 5 5 2 1 4
Citrus 3 6 5 3 3 3 5
Clay 5 7 10 7 7 14 13

Collier 3 3 2 4 3 5 6
Columbia 6 12 6 10 15 13 19
Dade 988 962 1,142 1,507 1,235 1,441 1,631
DeSoto 2 -- 1 4 3 8
Dixie 1 1 1 2 1 4 2

Duval 141 138 121 187 173 250 373
Escambia 25. 31 32 29 40 52 62
Flagler 2 3 1 2 3 5 7
Franklin 5- 7 2 7 8 10 5
Gadsden 38 39 46 51 40 55 64

Gilchrist 2 5 2 3 2 5 4
Glades -- 1 2 1 --
Gulf 2 3 2 1 3 4 6
Hamilton 4 3 3 6 1 7 6
Hardee 1 -- 3 3 4 3 3











TABLE 35 (Continued)


Counties 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965


Hendry 2 1 1 4 5 4 5
Hernando 1 3 6 6 3 5 8
Highlands 6 9 10 11 10 13 19
Hillsborough 69 68 92 110 99 199 341
Holmes 6 3 4 2 7 4 2

Indian River 4 5 4 5 6 13 18
Jackson 16 9 10 20 21 20 17
Jefferson 27 25 13 15 19 14 8
Lafayette 4 5 3 4 1 1 1
Lake 30 23 22 34 35 36 33
C.0
Lee 4 11 13 11 9 20 20
Leon 337 384 330 363 455 487 561
Levy 2 6 7 17 12 5 7
Liberty -- 7 5 3 2 5 3
Madison 10 16 12 12 14 11 12

Manatee 11 22 12 16 21 24 38
Marion 25 35 26 26 27 35 37
Martin 3 6 1 2 4 4 9
Monroe 9 9 9 8 7 6 5
Nassau 2 1 3 11 2 4 3

Okaloosa 80 92 124 99 6 12 23
Okeechobee 3 2 2 -- 2 3 4
Orange 71 196 307 333 691 730 591
Osceola 3 6 8 5 3 1 9
Palm Beach 38 46 37 71 67 74 514












TABLE 35 (Continued)


Counties 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965


Pasco 4 6 5 4 4 19 19
Pinellas 85 86 84 109 113 162 242
Polk 43 69 69. 64 62 70 109
Putnam 24 18 19 18 18 21 28
Saint Johns 18 19 15 17 8 15 12

Saint Lucie 4 5 5 7 10 17 27
Santa Rosa 4 5 9 10 4 6 9
Sarasota 15 12 28 27 27 44 40
Seminole 16 26 19 25 22 22 65
Sumter 6 7 7 7 6 5 6
00
Suwannee 10 19 14 16 12 15 16
Taylor 7 13 5 5 7 10 18
Union 3 7 1 5 7 3 4
Volusia 102 108 104 135 118 143 152
Wakulla 4 8 5 1 4 7 4

Walton 1 6 2 5 5 15 9
Washington 10 4 3 3 3 3 4


TOTAL 2,634 2,969 3,168 4,030 4,125 4,888 6,400














TABLE 36

GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTION: 1959-1965


Institution 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965


State University System

FAMU 216 229 183 246 269 298 376
FAU 2 783
FSU 1,194 1,335 1,432 1,577 1,669 2,008 2,177
UF 1,215 1,309 1,401 1,526 1,844 1,988 2,182
USF -- -- -- 127 377


SUS Totals 2,625 2,873 3,016 3,349 3,782 4,423 5,895


Private Degree-Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 96 101 155 172
Brevard Engineering C. -- -- 142 215 275 307
Jacksonville Univ. -- -- -- 63 110
Rollins C. -- 258 612 640 600
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul -- 11 36
Stetson Univ. 152 132 157 151
Univ. of Miami 971 958 1,021 1,701 1,085 1,284 1,509


PDGI Totals 1,181 1,285 1,473 2,349 2,145 2,585 2,885


Totals 3,806 4,158 4,489 5,698 5,927 7,008 8,780


% in SUS 69.0 69.1 67.2 58.8 63.8 63.1 67.1
% of Total ** 6.3 6.1 5.7 6.5 5.8 6.0 6.4


Number not available.
Percentage graduate on-campus enrollment is of total on-campus
enrollment.


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CHAPTER VI


TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN

FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION













TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN

FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION


In 1957, the initial year of the publication of Enrollment in Florida's

Institutions of Higher Learning, the total enrollment of the twenty-three

participating institutions was 55,367. For the fall of 1965, fifty-five

institutions reported a total enrollment of 145,144 representing an increase

of 162.2% over the nine year period.

During the same span of nine years, on-campus enrollment grew from

50,286 in 1957 to 137,724 last fall, an increase of 173.9%.

Percentage increases for each type of institution for the period

1957-1965 were:

State University System 107.3%
Public Junior Colleges 847.1%
Private Degree-Granting Institutions 49.8%
Private Junior Colleges 124.1%

Several new institutions of the four types listed above were established and

some junior colleges were extended to four-year institutions. Total enrollments

by type of institution and percentages of increase by year since 1957 are shown

in Table 35.

Nationally, the proportion of total enrollment accounted for by junior

college students has been increasing. This trend is also apparent in the

enrollment in Florida colleges and universities, where the percentage of total

enrollment attending junior colleges increased from 13.8% in 1958 to 44.7% in

1965.




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Another national trend that is reflected in the pattern of enrollments

in Florida is that increasing numbers of students are enrolling in public

institutions. In 1957, 54.1% of Florida's total enrollment was found in

public institutions; in 1965, the proportionate share of the enrollment in

public institutions in Florida was 74.2%.

On-campus graduate enrollment increased from 3,806 students in 1959,

the first year graduate enrollment was reported separately, to 8,780 in 1965,

an increase of 130.7% in the seven year period. Graduate enrollment, however,

as a percentage of total enrollment remained constant; 6.3% in 1959 and 6.4%

in 1965.

In the fall of 1965, non-Florida students enrolled in Florida

institutions totaled 20,096. This was 14.6% of the total on-campus enroll-

ment, an increase of 1.1% over 1964. Prior to 1965 the percentage of out-of-

state students throughout higher education in Florida had dropped from 18.8%

in 1957 to 13.5% in 1964. This drop can be attributed to the rapid growth

of the community junior college and their small percentages of non-Florida

students. The percentage of non-Florida students in the State University

System has remained almost constant during the nine year period while the

percentage in the private institutions has increased slightly.

In the fall of 1965, Florida had 254 college students per one

hundred square miles. There were 186 students per one hundred square miles

in 1964, and 83 students per one hundred square miles in 1958. This year's

figure represented a906.0% increase over 1958.

The density of college student population by county is shown on the

map on page 91. For 1965 the density varied from three students per one

hundred square miles in Glades County to 3,451 per one hundred square miles


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in Pinellas County. Other counties with great density of college students

were: Dade, 1,282; Duval, 992; Hillsborough, 809; Orange, 692; Broward, 639;

Escambia, 573; Brevard, 532; and Leon, 498. Three counties had slightly over

three hundred college students per one hundred square miles, four had between

one hundred and one hundred ninety-nine, and forty-five had less than one

hundred college students per one hundred square miles.

In order to accommodate the college students in the areas of

greatest density, the Legislature has periodically authorized the expansion

of the State University System. The University of West Florida is scheduled

to open at Pensacola in the fall of 1967, and the Florida Technological

University is slated to open at Orlando in the fall of 1968. Senior colleges

for Dade and Duval Counties will begin operation in the early 1970s. Upon

the completion of these latter two institutions, state supported colleges

or universities will exist either in or adjacent to all counties with

college student densities of more than five hundred students per square mile.

Churches and private organizations have been formulating plans for

additional private institutions of higher learning in the State of Florida.

Nova University of Advanced Technology is scheduled to begin operating at

Fort Lauderdale in the fall of 1967. This projected institution plans

initially to enroll only graduate students but to offer undergradaute

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TABLE 37

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS AND PERCENTAGE OF INCREASE BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION:
1957-1965

Public Private Private
SUS JC DGI JC Total
Fall % % % % %
of Enrol. Increase Enrol. Increase Enrol. Increase Enrol. Increase Enrol. Increase

1957 21,146 6,169 21,577 1,394 50,286

1958 22,569 6.7 9,614 55.8 22,052 2.2 1,847 32.5 56,082 11.5

1959 23,713 5.1 11,008 14.5 23,267 5.5 2,133 15.5 60,121 7.2

1960 27,053 14.1 15,790 43.4 23,760 2.1 1,569 -26.4 68,172 13.4

1961 29,219 8.0 22,116 40.1 25,158 5.9 1,835 17.0 78,328 11.8

1962 30,675 5.0 29,356 32.7 25,970 3.2 1,922 4.7 87,923 12.2

1963 33,348 8.7 38,491 31.1 27,074 4.3 3,080 60.2 101,993 16.0

1964 38,478 15.4 45,949 19.4 29,880 10.4 2,558 -17.0* 116,865 14.6

1965 43,846 14.0 58,426 27.2 32,328 8.2 3,124 22.1 137,724 17.8


% Increase
1957-1965 22,700 107.3 52,257 847.1 10,751 49.8 1,730 124.1 87,438 173.9

Average
Annual
Increase 2,838 9.6 6,532 33.0 1,344 5.2 216 13.6 10,930 13.1


AThe loss in 1964 for private junior colleges results from the change of Jones College from the
classification of junior college to that of degree-granting institution.











DENSITY OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY:
FALL 1965











S8 27 I -,98-38 I= \, 4-
43 27 82

4o 5 64 16.CAY
7 7







STATE OF FLORIDA: 254 Students per 100 sq. miles, 31 6l ,,,
36^ 4 V 27 .. L"... r^ \TW









53
15
3,451


1,000 or more students /1.L
Super 100 sq. miles. 31 1 .' 1



35o1 -26 83 L
sq. miles. 25 4
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500-999 students per 100
s q m i l e s .... ..A 2
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250-499 students per 100 .
sq. miles. 8
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100-249 students per 100 i' 2
sq. miles. 13

1-99 students per 100 sq. m ...28...
i miles. 6




Source of land area of counties: Bureau
of the Census (1960) oc 1 o


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