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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover
    Title Page
        Page i
    Florida board of regents
        Page ii
    Preface
        Page iii
    Table of Contents
        Page iv
    List of Tables
        Page v
        Page vi
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    Chapter I: General information
        Page 1
        Introductory remarks
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        Changes in the roster of participating institutions
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        Florida's institutions of higher learning
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        Summary
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        List of abbreviations
            Page 13
    Chapter II: Report of statewide enrollment
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        Statewide enrollment
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    Chapter V: Graduate student enrollment
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Office of the Board of Regents
State University System of Florida
Publication No. 109 1967
















Enrollment in Florida's
Institutions of Higher Learning

Fall 1966

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ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING


FALL 1966































The Florida Board of Regents


Tallahassee, Florida 32304













FLORIDA BOARD OF REGENTS


Chester H. Ferguson, Chairman Tampa

Wayne C. McCall, D.D.S., Vice-Chairman Ocala

Henry Kramer Jacksonville

John C. Pace Pensacola

Clarence L. Menser, D. Litt. Vero Beach

Louis C. Murray, M.D. Orlando

Mrs. E.D. Pearce Miami

Mrs. John C. Behringer Fort Lauderdale







STAFF OF THE FLORIDA BOARD OF REGENTS


J.B. Culpepper, Ed.D., LL.D., Chancellor

Allan Tucker, Ph.D., Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs

William G. Hendricks, B.S.B.A., C.P.A., Business Manager

R. Hendrix Chandler, B.J., Corporate Secretary

James F. Carr, Ed.D., Assistant to the Chancellor

Glenn A. Goerke, Ph.D., State Director, Continuing Education

Forrest M. Kelley, Jr., B.S. in Arch., Architect to the Florida
Board of Regents

G. Emerson Tully Ed.D., Director of Educational Research





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PREFACE


Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning, a report

prepared annually by the Florida Board of Regents, was first published in 1957.

We are indebted to the public and private institutions alike for supplying us

with the enrollment data that have made this series of statewide enrollment

reports possible.

In preparing this report of the fall 1966 enrollment, our research staff

obtained enrollment data from all institutions in Florida listed in the Florida

Educational Directory of the State Department of Education or the Education

Directory of the U.S. Office of Education. The participating institutions are

listed in Chapter I.

Inasmuch as this report is the tenth report of the continuing series of

enrollment studies, enrollment trends in Florida throughout the past decade can

be identified. These trends, which provide an added dimension to reviewing 1966

enrollments, are discussed in Chapter V.

The present report was prepared by David C. McOuat, Research Associate,

in consultation with Roger Martin McGirt, Research Assistant, John W. Sutton,

Assistant to the Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs, and G. Emerson Tully,

Director of Educational Research. Frederick T. Ainslie, Research Assistant,

compiled much of the basic data into appropriate tables. I am grateful to these

individuals and to Dr. Thomas Baker, of the Community Junior College Division,

for their work that has resulted in this volume.

Allan Tucker
Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs

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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 the Roster of Participating Institutions
Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning
Summary
List of Abbreviations

II. REPORT OF STATEWIDE ENROLLMENT . . 14

Statewide Enrollment

III. ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTIONS . . .. . 31

Enrollments by Institutions

IV. FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT . . . 53

V. GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT . . . . 75

VI. TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION 90















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LIST OF TABLES

Table Page

1. Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher
Learning: Fall 1966 . . . . .. 17

2. Undergraduate On-Campus Enrollment by Type of
Program: Fall 1966 . . . .. . 18

3. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in
Florida's Colleges and Universities: Fall 1966 . . 18

4. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by
Level of Program: Fall 1966 . . ........ 19

5. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment . . 19

6. Origin of Total On-Campus Enrollment by State or
Other Geographical Area and Type of Institution:
Fall 1966 . .. . . . . .. 20

7. Origin of Florida On-Campus Enrollment by County
and Type of Institution: Fall 1966 . . .. 22

8. Percentage of Total On-Campus Enrollment in Each
Type of Institution: 1957-1966 .... . . 25

9. Percentage of Florida On-Campus Enrollment in Each
Type of Institution: 1957-1966. . . . .. 26

10. Percentage of Non-Florida Total On-Campus Enrollment
in Each Type of Institution: 1957-1966 . .. . 27

11. Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution:
1957-1966 . . . . . 28

12. Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution:
1957-1966 . . . . . 29

13. Percentage of Male On-Campus Enrollment to Total
Enrollment by Type of Institution: 1957-1966 . ... 30

14. Total Male Enrollment and First-Time-In-College Male
Enrollment in Florida's Colleges and Universities:
Fall 1966 . . . . . 30

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Table Page

15. Institutions Enrolling More Than 2,500 On-Campus
Students by Rank: Fall 1966 .... . . . 34

16. Florida Institutions of Higher Learning by Type and
Enrollment: Fall 1966 . . . .. .... 34

17. On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Colleges and Universities
by Institution, Type of Enrollment, and Sex: Fall 1966 . 35

18. Total Enrollment, First-Time-In-College Enrollment and
Terminal Enrollment by Type of Institution and Sex:
Fall 1966 . . . . . . 38

19. Percentage of On-Campus Enrollment in Florida
Colleges and Universities by Institution, Type of
Enrollment, and Sex: Fall 1966 .... ... . . 38

20. On-Campus Enrollment From Florida, Other States and
Other Countries by Institution: Fall 1966 . . . 39

21. Total On-Campus Enrollment by Institution: Alternate
Years 1958-1966 . . . . . . 41

22. Origin of State University System On-Campus Enrollment
by State or Other Geographical Area: Fall 1966 . . 43

23. Origin of State University System Florida On-Campus
Enrollment by County: Fall 1966 . . . 45

24. Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State Universities:
1957-1966 . . . . . . 48

25. Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State U
Universities: 1957-1966 . . ...... 49

26. Proportion of Non-Florida Enrollments of Total Under-
Graduate and Total Graduate Enrollments in the State
Universities: 1957-1966 . . . . 50

27. On-Campus Enrollments by Institution: 1957-1966 State
University System . . . .. ..... .. 51

28. Percentage of On-Campus Enrollments by Institution:
1957-1966 State University System. .... .. . 51

29. Continuing Education Off-Campus Registrations
State University System: Fall 1966 . .. . . 52


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Table Page

30. Origin of First-Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment
by State or Other Geographical Area and Type of
Institution: Fall 1966 ... . . . 56

31. Origin of State University System First-Time-In-College
On-Campus Enrollment by State or Other Geographical
Area: Fall 1966 . . . . . . 58

32. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College On-Campus
Enrollment by County and Type of Institution:
Fall 1966 . . .. . .. ....... .. 60

33. Origin of State University System Florida First-
Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment by County:
Fall 1966 . . . . . . . 63

34. Percentage of First-Time-In-College On-Campus
Enrollment in Each Type of Institution: 1958-1966 . . 66

35. Percentage of First-Time-In-College Non-Florida
On-Campus Enrollment in Each Type of Institution:
1958-1966 . . . ......... . 67

36. Percentage of Total First-Time-In-College On-Campus
Enrollment in Each Type of Institution: 1957-1966 . . 68

37. Origin by First-Time-In-College Enrollment by State
or Other Geographical Area: 1959-1966 .... . 69

38. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College Enrollment
by County: 1959-1966 . . . . . 71

39. First-Time-In-College Enrollment by Institution:
Alternate Years 1958-1966 . . . . 73

40. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or 0
Other Geographical Area: Fall 1966 . . . 78

41. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by
County: Fall 1966 . . . ....... . 81

42. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or
Other Geographical Area 1960-1966 .. ... .. . . 84

43. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by
County: 1959-1966 . . . .... .. 86

44. Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by Institution: 1960-1966 . 89

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Table Page

45. Enrollment Increase Since 1957 and Percentage
of Total On-Campus Enrollment by Type of
Institution . ... . ... . 97

46. On-Campus Enrollment and Percentage of Increase
by Type of Institution: 1957-1966 ..... .. . 98


LIST OF MAPS

State Universities and Private Degree-Granting
Institutions of Florida . ........... .. . 9

Public and Private Junior Colleges of Florida . . .. 10







































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CHAPTER I

GENERAL INFORMATION













INTRODUCTORY REMARKS


In Florida, institutions of higher learning are of four types. These

are public universities, public junior colleges, private degree-granting

institutions (including special purpose institutions which typically award

certificates rather than degrees) and private junior colleges.

On pages 8 and 9 are two Florida maps. The first map designates the

locations of the public universities and private degree-granting institutions

throughout the state. The second map designates the locations of public and

private junior colleges.

A section entitled "Changes in the Roster of Participating Institutions"

notes the addition of several new institutions whose enrollments were reported

for the first time. Changes in the names of institutions and public junior

colleges that were either closed or merged were also cited.

Throughout the report, including the tables, abbreviations were used to

designate institutions and enrollment terms. A list of the abbreviations may

be found on page 13.

The final section of Chapter I contains a summary of enrollments.

Included are data showing changes in total enrollment, on-campus enrollment,

publicly-supported enrollment, and junior college enrollment. Subsequent

chapters expand the summary information set forth in Chapter I.

From time to time percentages were given. In most instances, percentages

were followed by specific enrollment figures. Percentages were rounded to the

nearest tenth (0.1%), which accounts for occasional minor discrepancies if

sub-total percentages are added to yield grand total percentages.

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CHANGES IN THE ROSTER OF PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS


Since the 1965 enrollment report was published, eleven changes occurred

in the roster of participating institutions. Six new public institutions

opened, four other public institutions ceased operations, and one private

college changed its name.

Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning, incorporated

for the first time fall enrollment figures reported by the following new public

community junior colleges:

Santa Fe Junior College, Gainesville, Alachua County, Florida
Fall 1966 enrollment: 1,099

Seminole Junior College, Sanford, Seminole County, Florida
Fall 1966 enrollment: 733

South Florida Junior College, Avon Park, Highlands County, Florida
Fall 1966 enrollment: 283

Tallahassee Junior College, Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida
Fall 1966 enrollment: 698

The Florida Junior College at Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Duval
County, Florida
Fall 1966 enrollment: 2,579

The University of West Florida, although not formally scheduled to

begin enrolling on-campus students until the fall of 1967, did report off-

campus registrations for the first time this fall. Off-campus registrations

in the state university system is coordinated by the Office for Continuing

Education within the office of the Florida Board of Regents.

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Four public community junior colleges suspended operation since last

year:

Hampton Junior College, Ocala, Florida

Jackson Junior College, Marianna, Florida

Rosenwald Junior College, Panama City, Florida

Suwannee River Junior College, St. Petersburg, Florida


In addition to the above mentioned institutional changes Brevard

Engineering College at Melbourne, Florida, on August 1, 1966 revised its

charter, changing the name to Florida Institute of Technology.

Fifty-seven institutions of higher learning participated in the fall

1966 enrollment report.






























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FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING


State Universities


1. Florida Agricultural and 4. University of Florida
Mechanical University Gainesville
Tallahassee
5. University of South Florida
2. Florida Atlantic University Tampa
Boca Raton
6. University of West Florida
3. Florida State University Pensacola
Tallahassee


Public Community Junior Colleges


1. Brevard Junior College 11. Lake-Sumter Junior College
Cocoa Leesburg

2. Central Florida Junior College 12. Manatee Junior College
Ocala Bradenton

3. Chipola Junior College 13. Miami-Dade Junior College
Marianna Miami

4. Daytona Beach Junior College 14. North Florida Junior College
Daytona Beach Madison

5. Edison Junior College 15. Okaloosa-Walton Junior College
Fort Myers Valparaiso

6. Florida Keys Junior College 16. Palm Beach Junior College
Key West Lake Worth

7. Gulf Coast Junior College 17. Pensacola Junior College
Panama City Pensacola

8. Indian River Junior College 18. Polk Junior College
Fort Pierce Bartow

9. Junior College of Broward County 19. St. Johns River Junior College
Fort Lauderdale Palatka

10. Lake City Junior College and 20. St. Petersburg Junior College
Forest Ranger School St. Petersburg
Lake City

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Public Community Junior Colleges (Continued)


21. Santa Fe Junior College 24. Tallahassee Junior College
Gainesville Tallahassee

22. Seminole Junior College 25. The Florida Junior College
Sanford at Jacksonville
Jacksonville
23. South Florida Junior College
Avon Park


Private Degree-Granting Institutions


1. Barry College 12. Jones College
Miami Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando

2. Bethune-Cookman College 13. New College
Daytona Beach Sarasota

3. Biscayne College 14. Ringling School of Art
Opa Locka Sarasota

4. Edward Waters College 15. Rollins College
Jacksonville Winter Park

5. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Institute 16. Saint Leo College
Daytona Beach Saint Leo

6. Florida Beacon College and 17. Seminary of St. Vincent de Paul
St. Petersburg Bible Institute Boynton Beach
St. Petersburg
18. South-Eastern Bible College
7. Florida Institute of Technology Lakeland
Melbourne
19. Stetson University
8. Florida Memorial College DeLand
St. Augustine
20. University of Miami
9. Florida Presbyterian College Coral Gables
St. Petersburg
21. University of Tampa
10. Florida Southern College Tampa
Lakeland
22. Webber College
11. Jacksonville University Babson Park
Jacksonville

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Private Junior Colleges


1. Florida College 3. Orlando Junior College
Temple Terrace, Tampa Orlando

2. Marymount College
Boca Raton












































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STATE UNIVERSITIES AND PRIVATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS OF FLORIDA



C-. A Edward Waters Col.
r 7" -Jacksonville Univ.
o- i / Jones Col.

-1 Florida Memorial Col.
*Univ. of West Florida Meorl

*Florida A & M Univ.-* F t R/
*Florida State Univ.--/ p' -Y
*Univ. of Florida-- --Bethune-Cookman Col.
Embry-Riddle Aero. Inst.
SStetson Univ.

St. Leo Col.- -Jones Col.
P -' Rollins Col.
South-Eastern Bible Col. Florida Inst. of Tech.
co *Univ. of South Florida-- jo Florida Southern Col.
Univ. of Tampa---i o-Weber Col.
Florida Beacon Col. & St. Pete. Bible Inst.
Florida Presbyterian Col. .
New Col.--,' WO
Ringling School of Art- _
wP -Sem. of St.
Vinc. de Paul

S i --Florida Atlantic
Ooni_ ^' Univ.*
-Biscayne Col.
Barry Col.
--Jones Col,

Univ. of Miami



*Denotes State University A o






PUBLIC AND PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES OF FLORIDA




'7( I @II -J-' North Florida JC
SThe Florida JC at Jacksonville
o r .-. a o / --Lake City JC & Forest Ran3er
--j [ School

Psneacola JC mt ro
Okaloosa-Walton JC iL,-
Gulf Coast JC I -- Santa Fe JC
Chipola JC- Tallahassee JC- / --St. Johns River JC
Central Florida JC --Daytona Beach JC
-Daytona Beach JC
4-g' ."-" Lake Sumter JC
/_ 1 -Seminole JC
~-O rlando JC*

*Florida Col. oJl
St. Petersburg JCBrevad


SAMA T'O" I* A --Indian River JC
Polk JC -
Manatee JC -
South Florida JC -
-Palm Beach JC
Edisonr JV ^ 0y-Marymount Col.
Edison JC

.._ROWARo -- JC of Broward Co.


Miami-Dade JC






*Denotes Private Junior College .ot *--Florida Keys JC
















SUMMARY


Students attending classes on the campus of the institution offering

the instruction are referred to as on-campus enrollments. There was substantial

growth in this category in 1966 over the previous year from 137,724 to 156,146.

This represents an increase of 13.4 percent.

Off-campus enrollments (students attending courses offered in facilities

other than those considered to be on-campus) decreased in private institutions.

In 1965 the enrollment was 978 in contrast to 689 in 1966, representing a

decline of 29.5 percent. In the public supported institutions, off-campus

enrollment data were reported as registrations which count an individual once

for each course for which he enrolls. The public institutions reported an

increase of 582 registrations from the previous year indicating a 9.0 percent

increase. No attempt has been made to combine or compare the data from the

public and private institutions since enrollments and registrations are not

comparable.

Florida's publicly supported institutions enrolled 119,222 on-campus

students in the fall of 1966, 48,370 in the State University System and 70,830

in the public junior colleges. This represents 76.3 percent of the total

on-campus enrollment in Florida. On-campus enrollments in private degree-

granting institutions were 33,879 (21.7%) and in the private junior colleges

were 3,045 (2.0%). There was a slight percentage increase over the previous

year in the total on-campus enrollment in the public institutions while the

private institutions decreased slightly.

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The state's public junior colleges continued to enroll an increasing

proportion of the total on-campus enrollments. In 1965, 42.9 percent of the

total on-campus enrollment was in the public junior colleges, and in 1966 this

proportion increased to 45.5 percent. Proportionate total on-campus enrollments

decreased in the other three categories from 1965 to 1966: State University

System from 31.8 percent to 31 percent; private degree-granting institutions

from 23.5 percent to 21.5 percent; and private junior colleges from 2.3 percent

to 2.0 percent.

The net increase in first-time-in-college enrollments over the previous

year was 4,266 students representing a proportionate increase of 10.2 percent.

From the previous year percentage first-time-in-college enrollments decreased

in the State University System (from 20.1 percent to 16.16 percent), in the

private degree-granting institutions (from 11.2 percent to 10.4 percent) and

in the private junior colleges (from 3.4 percent to 2.8 percent). These

percentage decreases are due to the increases in first-time-in-college enroll-

ments in the public junior colleges.

The proportion of student's attending Florida's institutions from within

the state and outside the state varied with the type of institution. Within

the State University System 87.9 percent of the on-campus enrollment came from

the state of Florida. The percentage of on-campus enrollments from Florida's

public junior colleges was 92.8 percent, for the private degree-granting

institutions was 62.7 percent and for the private junior colleges 82.0 percent.

On a statewide basis Florida students accounted for 84.6 percent of the total

on-campus enrollments of Florida's institutions of higher learning.

There were a total of 24,217 students from outside of Florida enrolled

in institutions of higher learning within the state. On a statewide basis this

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accounted for 15.4 percent of the fall on-campus enrollments. The private

degree-granting institutions enrolled the largest percentage of out-of-state

students (37.3%). The second largest percentage of out-of-state students

(18.0%) were enrolled in private junior colleges. Public junior colleges

enrolled the smallest percentage of out-of-state students with 7.2 percent.

Within the State University System 12.1 percent of the on-campus population was

from out-of-state.

With the exception of the private junior colleges, male students com-

rised three out of every five enrollments. The mix in the private junior

colleges was 55 percent male and 45 percent female.

Graduate on-campus enrollments increased 1,511 students over the previous

year. Approximately 70 percent of the total graduate on-campus enrollments were

in state universities. Non-Florida students represented 23.6 percent of all

graduate enrollments. Students pursuing their first professional degree were

not included in graduate enrollment figures.























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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS


Col. -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

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

UWF University of West Florida





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CHAPTER II

REPORT OF STATEWIDE ENROLLMENT















STATEWIDE ENROLLMENT


There are several approaches for grouping students enrolled in

Florida's colleges and universities: origin of the students (Florida and

non-Florida), type of institution in which the students were enrolled

(public university, public junior college, private degree-granting

institution, and private junior college), level of instruction (under-

graduate and graduate), and type of program (degree or terminal, the latter

being non-college preparatory). Another classification of general interest

is enrollment in on-campus and off-campus classes.

In Table 2, enrollments are presented by type of institution and

type of program. Florida and non-Florida enrollments in the various types

of institutions are then presented (Table 3). Undergraduate and graduate

enrollments are next set forth (Table 4), followed by a summary presentation

(Table 5) of students enrolled in on-campus classes grouped according to

origin and by type of institution they were attending. In Tables 6 and 7

further information about the origin of the students is given. The home

states, territories, or overseas countries of non-Florida students are shown

in Table 6, and in Table 7 the home counties of Florida students are shown.

Public and private enrollments since 1957 are reported in Tables 8

through 14. The percentages of total on-campus enrollment in Florida's four

basic types of institutions are shown in Table 15. Florida and non-Florida

on-campus enrollment percentages by types of institution are then reported

(Tables 9 and 10). Enrollments of Florida and non-Florida students over

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the ten-year period, expressed both by student count and by percentages, in

the various types of institutions appear in Tables 11 and 12. Male on-campus

enrollments since 1957, as well as male first-time-in-college enrollments

by types of institution, are reported in Tables 13 and 14. These tables

complete the tabulation of enrollment data in Chapter 2.












































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TABLE 1

ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FALL 1966


Off-Campus
On-Campus Enrollmentl Off-Campus Enrollment Registrations3,4

Undergraduate2 Graduate Total Undergraduate Graduate Total Total

Previously
First-Time- Enrol, in
Institutions in-Col. Col.

FAMU 538 2,522 422 3,482 -- -- 176
FAU -- 2,317 1,165 3,482 -- -- 1,231
FSU 1,864 9,997 2,458 14,319 -- -- 2,113
UF 2,699 12,862 2,478 18,039 -- -- 1,540
USF 1,695 6,592 763 9,050 -- -- 1,739
UWF -- -- -- -- 225
SUS (Total) 6,796 34,290 7,286 48,372 -- -- 7,024
-3
Public JC 28,396 42,454 -- 70,850
Private DGI 9,098 21,776 3,005 33,879 689 -- 689
Private JC 1,341 1,704 -- 3,045


Total 45,631 100,224 10,291 156,146 689 -- 689 7,024


10n-Campus Enrollment -- includes only students who are attending courses on the campus of the
institution offering the courses. The student is counted only once regardless of the number of courses
he is enrolled in for the term.

2Includes students pursuing first professional degrees.

3Excludes students enrolled in correspondence courses.

Registrations -- The student is counted once for each course he is enrolled in for the term.












TABLE 2

UNDERGRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY
TYPE OF PROGRAM: FALL 1966



Total
Degree Terminal Under-
Institution Programs Programs Graduate

FAMU 2,991 69 3,060
FAU 2,317 -- 2,317
FSU 11,861 -- 11,861
UF 15,561 -- 15,561
USF 8,287 -- 8,287

SUS (Total) 41,017 69 41,086
Public JC 59,398 11,452 70,850
Private DGI 27,644 2,046 29,423
Private JC 2,737 308 3,045

Totals 130,796 13,875 144,671





TABLE 3

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES: FALL 1966


Total
Institution Florida Non-Florida Enrollment

FAMU 3100 382 3,482
FAU 3350 132 3,482
FSU 11,567 2,752 14,319
UF 15,897 2,142 18,039
USF 8,646 404 9,050


SUS (Total) 42,560 5,812 48,372
Public JC 65,795 5,055 70,850
Private DGI 21,339 12,540 33,879
Private JC 2,499 546 3,045

Totals 132,193 23,953 156,146


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TABLE 4
FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF PROGRAM: FALL 1966


Undergraduate Graduate
Florida Non-Florida % Non- Undergrad. Florida Non-Florida % Non- Grad.
Institution Enrollment Enrollment Florida Total Enrollment Enrollment Florida Total

FAMU 2,716 344 11.2 3,060 384 38 9.0 422
FAU 2,210 107 4.6 2,317 1,140 25 2.1 1,165
FSU 10,316 1,545 13.0 11,861 1,251 1,207 49.1 2,458
UF 14,191 1,370 8.8 15,561 1,706 772 31.1 2,478
USF 7,902 385 4.6 8,287 744 19 2.5 763

SUS (Total) 37,335 3,751 9.1 41,086 5,225 2,061 28.3 7,286
Pub. JC 65,795 5,055 7.1 70,850 -- -- -- --
Priv. DGI 21,335 8,355 28.1 29,690 3,823 366 8.7 4,189
Priv. JC 2,499 546 17.9 3,045 -- -- --

Totals 126,964 17,707 12.2 144,671 9,048 2,427 21.2 11,475




TABLE 5

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY
TYPE OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1966

% of % of % of % of % of
Florida Florida State Non-Florida Non-Florida State State
Students Students Total Students Students Total Total Total

State University System 42,560 32.2 27.26 5,812 24.3 3.72 48,372 31.0
Public Junior Colleges 65,795 49.8 42.14 5,055 21.1 3.24 70,850 45.3
Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 21,339 16.1 13.67 12,540 52.3 8.03 33,879 21.7
Private Junior Colleges 2,499 1.9 1.60 546 2.3 0.35 3,045 2.0


State Total 132,193 100.0 23,953 100.0 156,146 100.0












TABLE 6

ORIGIN OF TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE
OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND TYPE OF
INSTITUTION: FALL 1966

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

Alabama 300 187 191 36 714
Alaska 3 4 3 1 11
Arizona 12 3 19 3 37
Arkansas 33 11 19 7 70
California 92 43 92 14 241

Colorado 20 15 29 3 67
Connecticut 59 109 584 18 770
Delaware 16 17 82 5 120
Dist. of Columbia 33 10 129 4 176
Florida 42,560 65,795 21,339 2,499 132,193

Georgia 743 182 507 21 1,453
Hawaii 6 3 7 -- 16
Idaho 5 6 3 -- 14
Illinois 206 151 601 28 986
Indiana 109 146 176 39 470

Iowa 37 23 46 1 107
Kansas 29 13 18 -- 60
Kentucky 104 44 131 12 291
Louisiana 105 22 53 -- 180
Maine 55 22 57 5 139

Maryland 118 47 340 6 511
Massachusetts 101 96 617 12 826
Michigan 102 96 220 4 422
Minnesota 32 15 49 -- 96
Mississippi 84 15 64 7 170

Missouri 60 17 81 7 165
Montana 4 2 5 -- 11
Nebraska 10 6 11 3 30
Nevada 5 -- 5 -- 10
New Hampshire 16 8 52 1 77
New Jersey 292 492 1,882 54 2,720


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TABLE 6 (Continued)


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

New Mexico 15 7 11 33
New York 606 662 2,799 59 4,126
North Carolina 169 62 251 4 486
North Dakota 11 3 8 -- 22
Ohio 234 190 520 37 981

Oklahoma 20 8 20 2 50
Oregon 15 1 7 2 25
Pennsylvania 240 221 1,042 18 1(521
Rhode Island 18 15 85 5 123
South Carolina 148 59 152 6 365

South Dakota 25 5 2 -- 32
Tennessee 195 61 151 8 415
Texas 111 27 83 21 242
Utah 5 1 9 -- 15
Vermont 13 15 29 1 58

Virginia 256 118 452 15 841
Washington 24 8 13 7 52
West Virginia 31 41 53 1 126
Wisconsin 61 30 107 10 208
Wyoming 6 -- 1 -- 7

Sub-Total 47,554 69,134 33,207 2,986 152,881


Canal Zone 20 4 24 -- 48
Guam -- -- --
Puerto Rico 30 11 79 3 123
U.S. Virgin Islands 2 -- -- 2

Other Countries 766 314 539 37 1,656
Unclassified -- 1,387 30 19 1,436


Total 48,372 70,850 33,879 3,045 156,146






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TABLE 7

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY AND TYPE
OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1966


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

Alachua 3,146 1,146 117 2 4,411 3.34 105.0
Baker 27 73 8 -- 108 0.08 -14.3
Bay 377 1,222 68 -- 1,667 1.26 3.0
Bradford 77 93 20 -- 190 0.14 4.5
Brevard 1,179 4,099 1,450 14 6,742 5.10 22.9

SBroward 3,004 5,516 895 26 9,441 7.14 21.3
S Calhoun 55 110 2 -- 167 0.13 30.5
Charlotte 79 94 26 3 202 0.15 14.1
Citrus 55 95 15 1 166 0.13 15.3
Clay 143 302 62 -- 507 0.38 3.9

Collier 117 165 36 -- 318 0.24 16.9
Columbia 147 417 28 -- 592 0.45 17.0
Dade 5,702 15,116 6,658 15 27,491 20.80 4.4
DeSoto 57 35 88 -- 180 0.14 1.1
Dixie 16 97 -- -- 113 0.08 2.7

Duval 2,796 3,778 3,537 17 10,128 7.66 31.5
Escambia 716 3,500 68 2 4,286 3.24 13.9
Flagler 15 48 8 1 72 0.05 -13.3
Franklin 38 33 9 -- 80 0.06 6.7
Gadsden 327 151 43 1 522 0.39 7.2

Gilchrist 30 39 -- 2 71 0.05 7.6
Glades 7 8 10 -- 25 0.02 25.0








TABLE 7 (Continued)



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


Gulf 53 146 11 -- 210 0.16 6.1
Hamilton 40 81 5 -- 126 0.10 -8.7
Hardee 62 120 26 1 209 0.16 28.2

Hendry 48 31 24 1 104 0.08 11.8
Hernando 100 58 18 1 177 0.13 18.0
Highlands 125 258 51 2 436 0.33 54.4
Hillsborough 5,785 1,966 1,149 84 8,984 6.80 6.8
Holmes 45 152 2 -- 199 0.15 8.2

Indian River 159 269 66 494 0.37 13.6
Jackson 248 473 21 -- 742 0.56 -19.2
Jefferson 99 60 13 1 173 0.13 -15.2
Lafayette 20 36 -- -- 56 0.04 14.3
Lake 400 682 170 7 1,259 0.95 -2.5

Lee 413 847 90 4 1,354 1.02 16.8
Leon 3,022 880 43 -- 3,945 2.98 15.7
Levy 87 104 6 1 198 0.15 20.0
Liberty 9 19 3 -- 31 0.02 -3.1
Madison 103 268 18 -- 389 0.29 8.7

Manatee 433 1,027 72 5 1,537 1.16 1.6
Marion 446 856 98 1 1,401 1.06 6.5
Martin 88 154 31 -- 273 0.21 4.2
Monroe 141 642 59 -- 842 0.65 -0.9
Nassau 106 158 47 -- 311 0.24 41.4

Okaloosa 357 1,091 20 1 1,469 1.11 10.0
Okeechobee 34 76 7 1 118 0.09 -9.9
Orange 2,024 638 2,381 1999 7,042 9r7 11.1
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TABLE 7 (Continued)


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

Osceola 107 49 50 46 252 0.19 32.6
Palm Beach 2,348 4,006 392 50 6,796 5.14 8.5

Pasco 227 126 86 6 445 0.34 11.3
Pinellas 2,962 5,726 683 19 9,390 7.10 3.2
Polk 1,327 2,062 747 5 4,141 3.13 12.3
Putnam 186 490 56 1 133 0.55 9.9
Saint Johns 104 340 190 -- 634 0.48 -5.2

Saint Lucie 417 474 66 2 959 0.73 20.9
Santa Rosa 232 565 21 -- 818 0.62 17.2
Sarasota 498 987 152 4 1,641 1.24 -0.2
N Seminole 236 459 252 161 1,108 0.84 39.4
Sumter 82 149 12 -- 243 0.18 11.0

Suwannee 102 195 28 -- 325 0.25 6.2
Taylor 114 114 10 1 239 0.18 -13.4
Union 38 168 1 -- 207 0.16 17.6
Volusia 847 2,079 883 11 3,820 2.90 9.0
Wakulla 35 40 3 -- 78 0.06 27.9

Walton 71 236 7 -- 314 0.24 9.8
Washington 70 118 4 -- 192 0.15 -25.3
Unclassified -- 183 117 -- 300 0.23 98.7


Total 42,560 65,795 21,339 2,499 132,193


Comparison of County Enrollments 1965 1966














TABLE 8

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1966

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

1966 31.0 45.5 76.5 21.5 2.0 23.5















TABLE 9

PERCENTAGE OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH TYPE
OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1966

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
N)
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

1966 32.2 49.9 82.1 15.9 1.9 17.8













TABLE 10

PERCENTAGE OF NON-FLORIDA TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1966


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

S1960 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

1966 24.2 21.1 45.3 52.3 2.3 54.6














TABLE 11

FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1966

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 81.6 55,455 94.9 21,741 67.3 2,570 82.3 117,268 85.4

1966 42,560 87.9 65,795 92.8 21,075 62.7 2,499 82.0 131,929 84.6


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














TABLE 12

NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1966


Fall SUS Pub. JC Priv. DGI Priv. JC All Inst.'s
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

1966 5,812 12.0 5,055 7.1 12,537 37.2 546 17.9 23,950 15.3


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







TABLE 13

PERCENTAGE OF MALE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT TO TOTAL ENROLLMENT
BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1966


Institution 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

SUS 65.1% 65,3% 64.1% 63.1% 61.9% 60.8% 60.4% 60.2% 60.2% 60.0%
Public Jr. Colleges 60.5 62.6 61.8 61.0 58.1 59.0 60.3 59.8 60.8 60.3
Private Degree-Granting
Institution 62.6 62.6 61.8 61.0 58.1 59.8 60.3 59.1 57.7 60.0
Private Jr. Colleges 58.7 54.1 46.9 65.6 64.4 65.7 63.3 58.7 57.5 55.0

Total 63.3 62.8 62.1 61.3 60.0 60.0 58.9 59.7 59.8 60.0




TABLE 14

TOTAL MALE ENROLLMENT AND FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE MALE ENROLLMENT
IN FLORIDA'S COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES: FALL 1966


Total % of First-Time % of Total Total First-
Male Total Total Male First-Time Time
Institution Enrol. Enrol. Enrol. Enrol. Enrol. Enrol.

FAMU 1,691 48.6 3,482 316 58.7 538
FAU 2,027 48.2 3,482
FSU 7,887 54.9 14,360 860 46.1 1,864
UF 12,173 67.5 18,039 1,557 57.7 2,699
USF 5,242 57.9 9,050 1,000 59.0 1,695
SUS Total 29,020 60.0 48,372 3,733 54.9 6,796
Public Jr. College 42,742 60.3 70,850 16,646 58.6 28,396
Private Degree-Granting
Institutions 20,326 60.0 33,879 5,270 60.6 8,693
Private Jr. Colleges 1,674 55.0 3,045 647 48.2 1,341
Totals 93,762 60.0 156,146 26,296 58.1 45,226






























CHAPTER III

ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTIONS















ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTIONS


Fifty-seven institutions of higher learning located in Florida

participated in the 1966 enrollment study. As pointed out previously, these

institutions were classified as public universities, public junior colleges,

private-degree-granting institutions, and private junior colleges. All of

the private-degree-granting institutions confer the baccalaureate degree,

except Jones College. Jones College confers degrees, but its degrees are

not the equivalent of the baccalaureate degree. In future enrollment

studies, Jones College will be grouped with other private colleges offering

the first two years of college study.

The first two tables of this chapter (Tables 15 and 16) contain

information about the relative size of enrollments in Florida's colleges and

universities. All institutions in Florida enrolling more than 2,500 on-

campus students are listed in rank order (Table 15). The types of

institutions comprising Florida's entire network of higher education are

then classified according to size of enrollment (Table 16).

The numbers of men and women enrolled in higher education are shown

in Tables 17, 18, and 19. These three tables report total on-campus enroll-

ment, first-time-in-college enrollment, as well as terminal enrollment.

Although not a significant dimension of enrollment in the public

universities, the number of students enrolled in terminal programs in

junior colleges is relatively large, and for this reason, terminal

enrollment as a component of total on-campus enrollment is reported.

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Tables 18 and 19 essentially are summary tables for the detailed data contained

in Table 17.

Non-Florida and Florida on-campus 1966 enrollments for each institution,

public and private, are shown in Table 20. In Table 21, on-campus enrollments

by institutions for alternate years from 1958 through 1966 are reviewed.

In earlier tables of this report, the geographical origins of students

enrolled in the four basic types of institutions were reported. Geographical

origins by specific institutions are now reported in this chapter. In Table 22,

the places from which out-of-state students came to enroll for on-campus

instruction offered by the state universities are set forth. The home counties

of the Florida on-campus students in the state universities are then reported

(Table 23).

Again with emphasis on reporting enrollment trends since 1957 this

volume shows on-campus enrollments of Florida students in each of the existing

five state universities over the past decade (Table 24) and the same data from

out-of-state students (Table 25), the proportions of non-Florida enrollments

to total undergraduate and graduate enrollments in the state universities

since 1959 (Table 26), and the changing pattern of on-campus enrollments in

student count and percentages (Tables 27 and 28). In the last table in the

chapter (Table 29) total off-campus enrollment (continuing education) in each

of the state universities is presented by level of instruction. Also included

in this table are the total number of male and female enrollees in the off-

campus program.






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TABLE 15

INSTITUTIONS ENROLLING MORE THAN 2,500 ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS
BY RANK: FALL 1966


Institution Enrollment

Miami-Dade Junior College 18,531
University of Florida 18,039
Florida State University 14,319

University of Miami 11,465
University of South Florida 9,050
St. Petersburg Junior College 8,467

Junior College of Broward County 4,961
Palm Beach Junior College 4,691
Pensacola Junior College 4,418
kRt,0asL cwle^ 4sJ-S
Florida A M Univesity 3,482
Florida Atlantic University 3,482
Rollins College 2,887
Jacksonville University 2,627






TABLE 16
FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING BY TYPE AND ENROLLMENT
FALL 1966


Pub. Priv. Priv.
Enrollment S.U.S. Jr. Col. D.G.I. Jr. Col.

Under 1,000 -- 6 14 2
1,000-3,000 -- 13 9 1
3,000-5,000 2 4 --
5,000-8,000
8,000-10,000 1 1 --
10,000-13,000 -- 1
13,000-18,000 1
18,000-21,000 1 1 --


Total 5 25 24 3


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TABLE 17

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES BY INSTITUTION,
TYPE OF ENROLLMENT, AND SEX: FALL 1966


On-Campus First-Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Students

M F T M F T M F T

State University System

FAMU 1,691 1,791 3,482 316 222 538 69 -- 69
FAU 2,027 1,455 3,482 -- -- -- -- -- --
FSU 7,887 6,432 14,319 860 1,004 1,864 -- -- -
UF 12,173 5,866 18,039 1,557 1,142 2,699 -- -- --
USF 5,242 3,808 9,050 1,000 695 1,695 -- -- --

Public Junior Colleges

SBrevard JC 2,808 1,527 4,335 909 618 1,527 464 291 755
Central JC 831 580 1,411 352 265 617 194 193 387
Chipola JC 713 539 1,252 318 232 550 31 43 74
Daytona Beach JC 1,394 927 2,321 471 326 797 279 186 465
Edison JC 705 492 1,197 329 237 566 49 62 111
Florida Keys JC 392 217 609 128 73 201 43 64 107
Gulf Coast JC 980 596 1,576 422 257 679 83 76 159
Indian River JC 539 432 971 220 174 394 53 73 126
JC of Broward Co. 2,873 2,088 4,961 1,097 876 1,973 730 702 1,432
Lake City JC and
Forest Ranger School 723 360 1,083 313 147 460 131 113 244
Lake Sumter JC 491 363 854 187 144 331 59 64 123
Manatee JC 1,260 943 2,203 590 427 1,017 241 268 509
Miami-Dade JC 11,796 6,735 18,531 4,069 2,562 6,631 2,400 1,124 3,524
North Florida JC 630 484 1,114 209 181 390 50 46 96
Okaloosa-Walton JC 692 492 1,184 302 227 529 16 60 76
Palm Beach JC 2,567 2,124 4,691 962 834 1,796 489 431 920
Pensacola JC 2,578 1,840 4,418 878 708 1,586 75 227 302
Polk JC 1,365 891 2,256 624 355 979 235 217 452
St. Johns JC 1,349 675 2,024 474 274 748 41 18 59
St. Petersburg JC 4,899 3,568 8,467 1,774 1,434 3,208 583 691 1,274







TABLE 17 (Continued)

On-Campus First-Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Students

M F T M F T M F T

Santa Fe JC 567 532 1,099 304 300 604 44 100 144
Seminole JC 482 251 733 357 176 533 -- -- --
South Florida JC 154 129 283 109 79 188 10 23 33
The Florida JC at
Jacksonville 1,541 1,038 2,579 988 656 1,644 57 23 80
Tallahassee JC 413 285 698 260 188 448 -- -- -


Private Degree-Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 115 1,029 1,144 -- 197 197
Bethune-Cookman C. 462 616 1,078 183 202 385
Biscayne C. 339 --- 339 153 -- 153
C Edward Waters C. 470 497 967 162 141 303
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
Inst. 756 2 758 542 1 543 374 374
Florida Beacon C. St.
Petersburg Bible Inst. 30 10 40 8 6 14 25 6 31
Florida Inst. of Tech. 1,467 74 1,541 350 46 396
Florida Memorial C. 170 310 480 48 83 131
Florida Presby. C. 382 429 811 128 137 265 -
Florida Southern C. 776 874 1,650 215 250 465 --
Jacksonville U. 1,533 1,094 2,627 232 200 432 -- 49 49
Jones C.
Jacksonville Div. 421 314 735 235 190 425 421 314 735
Miami Div. 53 85 138 31 58 89 53 85 138
Orlando Div. 69 172 241 73 117 190 69 172 241
New C. 140 100 240 64 45 109
Ringling School of Art 194 166 360 69 58 127
Rollins C. 1,910 977 2,887 278 188 466
St. Leo C. 839 269 1,108 399 152 551 -- 22 22
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul 74 -- 74
South-Eastern Bible C. 237 219 456 91 96 187 237 219 456











TABLE 17 (Continued)

On-Campus First-Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Students

M F T M F T M F T

Stetson U. 1,362 1,058 2,420 228 206 434 -- -- --
U. of Miami 7,108 4,357 11,465 1,404 756 2,160 -- -- --
U. of Tampa 1,419 805 2,224 373 245 618 -- -- --
Webber C. -- 96 96 -- 46 46 -- -- --


Private Junior Colleges

Florida C. 225 145 370 107 81 188 -- -- --
Marymount C. 4 310 314 -- 159 159 -- 53 53
Orlando JC 1,445 916 2,361 540 454 994 48 207 255







TABLE 18

TOTAL ENROLLMENT, FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT AND TERMINAL ENROLLMENT
BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION AND SEX: FALL 1966


On-Campus First-Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Students

M F T M F T M F T

SUS 29,020 19,352 48,372 3,733 3,063 6,796 69 -- 69
JC 42,742 28,108 70,850 16,646 11,750 28,396 6,357 5,095 11,452
DGI 20,326 13,553 33,879 5,270 3,423 8,693 1,179 867 2,046
Priv. JC 1,674 1,371 3,045 647 694 1,341 48 260 308

Grand Total 93,762 62,384 156,146 26,296 18,930 45,226 7,653 6,222 13,875




TABLE 19
co PERCENTAGE OF ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
BY INSTITUTION, TYPE OF ENROLLMENT, AND SEX: FALL 1966


On-Campus First-Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Students

M F T M F T M F T

SUS 18.58 12.39 30.97 8.25 6.77 15.02 .49 -- .49
JC 27.37 18.00 45.37 36.81 25.98 62.79 45.81 36.72 82.53
DGI 13.02 8.67 21.69 11.65 7.58 19.95 8.49 6.24 14.74
Priv. JC 1.07 .88 1.95 1.43 1.53 2.96 .34 1.87 2.21

Grand Total 60.04 39.94 -- 58.14 41.86 -- 55.15 44.84 --

% of Total Enrollment 60.04 39.94 -- 16.83 12.12 28.95 4.90 3.98 8.88















TABLE 20

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS FROM FLORIDA, OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES BY
INSTITUTION: Fall 1966


Other Other
Institution Florida States Countries Total Non-Fla.

State University System

FAMU 3,100 375 7 3,482 10.97
FAU 3,350 115 17 3,482 3.79
FSU 11,567 2,538 214 14,319 19.21
UF 15,897 1,593 549 18,039 11.87
USF 8,646 373 31 9,050 4.46

Public Junior Colleges

Brevard JC 4,172 150 13 4,335 3.46
Central Fla. JC 1,342 57 12 1,411 4.03
Chipola JC 1,175 48 2 1,225 4.08
Daytona Beach JC 2,242 69 10 2,321 3.40
Edison JC 1,117 78 2 1,197 6.68
Florida Keys JC 595 14 -- 609 2.29
Gulf Coast JC 1,413 162 1 1,576 10.34
Indian River JC 906 62 3 971 6.69
JC of Broward Co. 4,844 110 7 4,961 2.35
Lake City JC 1,008 76 1,084 7.01
Lake-Sumter JC 844 10 -- 854 1.17
Manatee JC 2,082 121 2,203 5.49
Miami-Dade JC 15,764 2,592 175 18,531 14.93
North Fla. JC 1,021 90 3 1,114 8.34
Okaloosa-Walton JC 1,171 13 -- 1,184 1.09
Palm Beach JC 4,432 244 15 4.691 5.52
Pensacola JC 4,268 148 2 4,418 3.39
Polk JC 2,210 43 3 2,256 2.03
St. Johns River JC 1,986 30 8 2,024 1.87
St. Petersburg JC 7,912 510 45 8,467 6.55
Santa Fe JC 1,058 19 22 1,099 3.73
Seminole JC 728 17 -- 745 2.28
South Florida JC 282 1 -- 283 .35
Tallahassee JC 684 11 3 698 2.00
The JC of Jacksonville 2,539 37 3 2,579 1.55


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TABLE 20 (Continued)


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

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 692 149 36 877 21.09
Bethune-Cookman C. 875 186 17 1,078 18.83
Biscayne C. 86 250 3 339 74.63
Edward Waters C. 921 40 6 967 4.75
Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. 141 550 67 758 81.39
Florida Beacon C. St.
Petersburg Bible Inst. 25 12 3 40 37.50
Florida Inst. of Tech. 1,245 286 10 1,541 19.20
Florida Memorial C. 442 34 4 480 7.50
Florida Presbyterian C. 500 282 29 811 38.34
Florida Southern C. 1,126 504 20 1,650 31.75
Jacksonville U. 2,077 530 20 2,627 20.93
Jones College
Jacksonville Div. 691 35 9 735 5.98
Miami Div. 127 8 3 138 7.97
Orlando Div. 127 110 4 241 47.30
New College 44 1-5" /fl -2_/ -y/O,,0 9r3-8/
Ringling School of Art 107 243 10 360 70.27
Rollins College 2,239 612 36 2,887 22.44
St. Leo College 249 751 8 1,008 75.29
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul 53 5 16 74 28.37
South-Eastern Bible C. 162 288 6 456 64.48
Stetson U. 1,923 468 29 2,420 20.53
U. of Miami 5,959 5,200 306 11,465 48.02
U. of Tampa 1,135 1,066 23 2,224 48.96
Webber C. 24 67 5 96 75.00

Private Junior Colleges

Florida C. 126 219 25 370 75.00
Marymount C. 89 193 32 314 71.65
Orlando JC 2,284 75 2 2,361 3.26



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TABLE 21

TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION:
ALTERNATE YEARS 1958 1966

Institution 1958 1960 1962 1964 1966

State University System

FAMU 2,748 2,943 2,794 3,265 3,482
FAU -- -- --. 7 2Z-
FSU 7,515 9,019 10,391 12,135 14,319
UF 12,306 13,100 13,826 15,701 18,039
USF -- 1,991 3,664 6,498 9,050

Public Junior Colleges

Brevard JC -- 726 1,747 2,583 4,335
Central Florida JC 316 453 691 1,096 1,411
Chipola JC 651 498 726 944 1,252
Daytona Beach JC -- 827 1,256 1,587 2,321
Edison JC -- 498 940 1,197
Florida Keys JC -- -- 609
Gulf Coast JC 328 503 722 1,028 1,576
Indian River JC -- 348 431 682 971
JC of Broward Co. -- 687 1,939 2,987 4,961
Lake City JC -- 375 679 1,084
Lake-Sumter JC -- 280 576 854
Manatee JC 823 757 1,256 1,744 2,203
Miami-Dade JC -- 1,388 5,736 10,822 18,531
North Fla. JC 219 351 422 706 1,114
Okaloosa-Walton JC -- -- 616 1,184
Palm Beach JC 1,190 1,711 2,676 3,623 4,691
Pensacola JC 1,613 2,132 2,860 3,435 4,418
Polk JC -- -- 1,067 2,256
St. Johns River JC 191 339 697 1,665 2,024
St. Petersburg JC 2,716 3,302 4,663 5,978 8,467
Santa Fe JC -- -- 1,099
Seminole JC -- -- 745
South Florida JC -- -- 283
Tallahassee JC -- -- 698
The JC of Jacksonville -- -- 2,579



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TABLE 21 (Continued)

Institution 1958 1960 1962 1964 1966


Private Degree-Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 794 804 818 1,006 1,144
Bethune-Cookman C. 677 679 720 867 1,078
Biscayne C. -- -- 128 339
Edward Waters C. 634 698 798 841 967
Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. -- -- 204 159 758
Florida Beacon C. St.
Petersburg Bible Inst. -- -- 40
Florida Inst. of Tech. -- -- 695 853 1,541
Florida Memorial C. 290 296 341 327 480
Florida Presbyterian C. -- 153 459 681 811
Florida Southern C. 2,278 1,836 2,031 1,765 1,650
Jacksonville U. 2,113 1,521 2,105 2,311 2,627
Jones College
Jacksonville Div. -- -- 652 735
Miami Div. -- -- 164 138
Orlando Div. -- -- 256 241
New College -- -- 101 240
Ringling School of Art -- -- 351 360
Rollins College 682 1,156 2,013 2,838 2,887
St. Leo College -- 193 323 560 1,108
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul 39 74
South-Eastern Bible C. -- -- 310 456
Stetson U. 1,848 1,982 2,096 2,225 2,420
U. of Miami 11,822 12,735 12,053 11,763 11,465
U. of Tampa 1,603 1,900 1,979 2,671 2,224
Webber 78 89 94 87 96

Private Junior Colleges

Florida C. 231 228 268 346 370
Marymount C. -- -- 229 314
Orlando JC 849 1,059 1,331 1,949 2,361



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TABLE 22

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: FALL 1966

State or Other
Geographical % of
Area FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Total Total

Alabama 56 2 179 60 3 300 .62
Alaska -- 3 -- 3 .00
Arizona -- 8 3 1 12 .02
Arkansas 2 -- 19 12 -- 33 .06
California -- 3 51 33 5 92 .19

Colorado -- 9 11 -- 20 .04
Connecticut 8 2 18 23 8 59 .12
Delaware 1 -- 7 7 1 16 .03
Dist. of Columbia 8 1 8 15 1 33 .06
Florida 3,100 3,350 11,567 15,897 8,646 42,560 87.98

Georgia 99 3 467 160 14 743 1.53
Hawaii 1 4 1 6 .01
Idaho -- 4 1 -- 5 .01
Illinois 2 6 92 81 25 206 .42
Indiana 10 1 51 36 11 109 .22

Iowa -- -- 23 10 4 37 .07
Kansas -- 1 20 5 3 29 .05
Kentucky 2 -- 57 39 6 104 .21
Louisiana 7 -- 66 29 3 105 .21
Maine -- 16 38 1 55 .13.

Maryland 2 3 50 50 13 118 .24
Massachusetts 2 6 63 5 25 101 .20
Michigan 5 5 42 40 10 102 .21
Minnesota -- 3 20 8 1 32 .06
Mississippi 8 1 51 19 5 84 .17

Missouri -- 1 24 26 9 60
Montana -- 3 1 -- .00
Nebraska -- 6 4 -- 10 .02
Nevada -- -- 2 2 1 5 .01
New Hampshire 1 -- 10 3 2 16 .03
New Jersey 27 8 101 123 33 292 .60


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TABLE 22 (Continued)


State or Other
Geographical % of
Area FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Total Total

New Mexico -- 1 9 4 1 15 .04
New York 48 31 244 216 67 606 1.25
North Carolina 12 -- 90 59 8 169 .34
North Dakota -- -- 7 3 1 11 .02
Ohio 3 13 118 70 30 234 .48

Oklahoma -- 1 13 4 2 20 .04
Oregon -- -- 5 6 4 15 .03
Pennsylvania 26 11 104 85 14 240 .49
Rhode Island -- 3 8 6 1 18 .03
South Carolina 11 1 81 46 9 148 .30

South Dakota 15 -- 5 5 -- 25 .05
Tennessee -- -- 123 64 8 195 .40
Texas 7 1 69 25 9 111 .22
Utah -- -- 4 1 -- 5 .01
Vermont -- 4 2 5 2 13 .02

Virginia 9 1 120 106 20 256 .52
Washington 1 -- 11 9 3 24 .04
West Virginia 2 -- 20 5 4 31 .06
Wisconsin 1 1 32 23 4 61 .12
Wyoming -- 1 2 3 -- 6 .01

State Totals 3,475 3,465 14,105 17,490 9,019 47,554


Canal Zone -- 3 11 6 -- 20 .04
Guam -- -- -- -- -- ---
Puerto Rico -- 1 15 14 -- 30 .06
U.S. Virgin Islands 2 -- -- -- -- 2 .00

Other Countries 5 13 188 529 31 766 1.58
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- -- .00


Total 3,482 3,482 14,319 18,039 9,050 48,372



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TABLE 23 (Continued)


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

Hendry 5 5 12 15 11 48 .11 + .01
Hernando 12 -- 25 22 41 100 .23 + .02
Highlands 12 1 29 48 35 125 .29 .10
Hillsborough 168 5 484 686 4,442 5,785 13.59 .71
Holmes 6 -- 25 14 -- 45 .11 .01

Indian River 10 15 54 59 21 159 .37 + .01
Jackson 60 -- 132 56 -- 248 .58 .01
Jefferson 45 2 42 9 1 99 .23 .02
Lafayette -- -- 10 10 -- 20 .05 .87
Lake 31 8 121 181 59 400 .94 .01

Lee 10 33 132 148 90 413 .97 + .02
Leon 809 4 2,111 86 12 3,022 7.10 .94
Levy 6 -- 26 49 6 87 .20 + .07
Liberty 2 -- 5 2 -- 9 .02 .00
Madison 43 1 42 17 -- 103 .24 .07

Manatee 26 7 146 119 135 433 1.02 .04
Marion 61 2 92 275 16 446 1.05 .04
Martin 6 21 12 44 5 88 .21 + .03
Monroe 5 7 39 68 22 141 .33 + .04
Nassau 13 -- 47 40 6 106 .25 + .02

Okaloosa 2 -- 225 117 13 357 .84 + .03
Okeechobee -- 12 15 5 2 34 .08 .01
Orange 86 29 564 953 392 2,024 4.76 + .08
Osceola 1 1 25 36 44 107 .25 + .01
Palm Beach 70 1,168 404 641 65 2,348 5.52 + .20

Pasco 10 -- 29 59 129 227 .53 .05
Pinellas 68 21 760 913 1,200 2,962 6.96 .22












TABLE 23 (Continued)


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

Polk 114 7 325 449 432 1,327 3.12 .12
Putnam 19 4 46 105 12 186 .44 .01
Saint Johns 11 6 47 35 5 104 .24 .15
Saint Lucie 50 46 52 257 12 417 .98 + .39
Santa Rosa 12 1 63 153 3 232 .55 + .27

Sarasota 15 15 220 70 178 498 1.17 .45
Seminole 25 5 87 76 43 236 .55 .19
Sumter 9 -- 19 40 14 82 .19 .01
Suwannee 15 1 44 42 -- 102 .24 .03
Taylor 24 -- 52 37 1 114 .27 .03

Union 1 1 6 29 1 38 .09 + .03
Volusia 45 25 269 443 65 847 1.99 .11
Wakulla 13 -- 19 3 -- 35 .08 .03
Walton 16 -- 30 24 1 71 .17 .01
Washington 9 -- 32 29 -- 70 .16 + .01

Unclassified -- -- -- -- .08


Total 3,100 3,350 11,567 15,897 8,646 42,560 99.99












TABLE 24

FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1957-1966

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

1966 3,100 89.0 3,350 96.2 11,567 80.8 15,897 88.1 8,646 95.5















TABLE 25

NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1957-1966


Fall FAMU FAU FSU UF USF
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

1966 382 11.0 132 3.8 2,752 19.2 2,142 11.9 404 4.5
















TABLE 26
PROPORTION OF NON-FLORIDA ENROLLMENTS OF TOTAL UNDERGRADUATE
AND TOTAL GRADUATE ENROLLMENTS IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1959-1966


All State
FAMU FAU FSU UF USF Universities

Under. Under Under Under Under Under
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

1966 11.2 9.0 3.3 2.1 13.0 49.1 8.8 31.2 4.6 2.5 9.1 28.3












TABLE 27
ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION: 1957 1966
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM


Institution 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966


FAMU 2,736 2,748 2,824 2,943 2,768 2,794 2,884 3,265 3,588 3,482
FAU -- -- -- -- 867 2,392 3,482
FSU 7,203 7,515 8,179 9,019 9,835 10,391 11,162 12,135 13,200 14,319
UF 11,207 12,306 12,710 13,100 13,634 13,826 14,810 15,701 16,874 18,039
U of SF -- -- -- 1,991 2,982 3,664 4,593 6,498 7,795 9,050

21,146 22,569 23,713 27,053 29,219 30,675 33,449 38,466 43,849 48,372





TABLE 28
PERCENTAGE OF ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION: 1957 1966
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM


Institution 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966


FAMU 12.93. 12.17 11.90 10.87 9.47 9.10 8.62 8.48 8.18 7.19
FAU -- -- -- -- 2.25 5.45 7.19
FSU 34.06 33.29 34.49 33.33 33.65 33.87 33.37 31.54 30.10 29.60
UF 52.99 54.52 53.59 48.42 46.66 45.07 44.27 40.81 38.48 37.29
U of SF -- -- 7.35 10.20 11.94 13.73 16.89 17.77 18.70















TABLE 29

CONTINUING EDUCATION OFF-CAMPUS REGISTRATIONS1
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM: FALL 1966


FAMU FAU FSU UF USF UWF SUS Males Females


Undergraduates2 3 48 71 76 256 90 544 135 409
Graduates 130 960 1,755 1,244 1,201 98 5,388 2,317 3,251
Unclassified 43 223 287 220 282 37 1,092 348 744
Total Registrations 176 1,231 2,113 1,540 1,739 225 7,024 2,620 4,404

1Excludes 100 GENESYS students enrolled through the University of Florida and correspondence courses.

2Includes 5th year and post baccalaureate students.
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CHAPTER IV

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT













FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE


First-time-in-college enrollment is a count of the students who are

enrolling initially in any college or university. A student is counted only

once as a first-time-in-college enrollee. Subsequent enrollments by the student

in the same institution or any other institution of higher learning does not

constitute a first-time-in-college enrollment. First time enrollment is often

expressed as a percentage of total enrollment. Percentages reflecting first-

time-in-college enrollment, although of wide interest, cannot be used as a

gauge of the proportionate number of high school graduates for any given year

entering college.

Florida's first-time-in-college enrollment in 1965 was 41,365 students

and in 1966 totaled 45,226 for a net gain of 3,861 students. In Table 30 the

origin by state or other geographical area of the first-time-in-college students

is presented. First-time-in-college enrollments are shown for each of Florida's

four types of institutions, as well as the totals by type of institution and

for each geographical area. Table 31 has a similar breakdown of the first-time-

in-college enrollment in the public universities. Since Florida Atlantic

University is an upper-division university and does not enroll first-time-in-

college students it has been excluded from the table.

All first-time-in-college students whose origin (geographic area of

residence) was reported as being from one of Florida's 67 counties have been

recorded in Tables 32 and 33; in Table -32 enrollments are grouped by type of

institution and in Table 33, by each of the public universities. The 37,518

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Florida students who enrolled for the first time in college in 1966 (Table 32)

comprised 83% of total first-time-in-college enrollment for that year.

First-time-in-college enrollments in public and private universities

expressed as percentages for the years 1958-1966 are shown in Tables 34, 35, and

36. First-time-in-college enrollment percentages over this span of nine years

are presented for Florida students (Table 34) and non-Florida students (Table 35).

Table 36 is a summary table.

The origins of first-time-in-college enrollments by state or other

geographical area for the years 1959-1966 are reported in Table 37 while Table 38

covers the identical time period by Florida counties. Shown in the concluding

Table (39) are first-time-in-college enrollments by institution for the alternate

years beginning with 1958.






























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TABLE 30
ORIGIN OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE
OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION:
FALL 1966

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

Alabama 43 94 55 22 214
Alaska -- 2 -- 1 3
Arizona -- 2 7 2 11
Arkansas 1 8 5 4 18
California 5 17 31 9 62

Colorado 1 7 14 2 24
Connecticut 12 51 226 10 299
Delaware 4 5 32 2 43
Dist. of Columbia 6 6 43 2 57
Florida 6,171 26,038 4,266 1,043 37,518

Georgia 124 95 181 13 413
Hawaii 1 2 4 -- 7
Idaho -- 2 1 -- 3
Illinois 23 67 186 19 295
Indiana 21 79 57 24 181

Iowa 2 8 12 -- 22
Kansas 1 7 7 -- 15
Kentucky 19 20 44 7 90
Louisiana 3 13 20 -- 36
Maine 2 16 21 3 42

Maryland 16 23 124 6 169
Massachusetts 11 57 206 4 278
Michigan 10 38 73 2 123
Minnesota 1 3 23 -- 27
Mississippi 7 6 25 7 45

Missouri 8 6 26 4 44
Montana -- 1 3 -- 4
Nebraska -- 4 4 2 10
Nevada -- 1 -- 1
New Hampshire 1 4 19 1 25
New Jersey 42 282 736 16 1,076

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TABLE 30 (Continued)

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

New Mexico 1 4 4 -- 9
New York 61 399 956 35 1,451
North Carolina 17 30 94 -- 141
North Dakota 1 -- 2 -- 3
Ohio 42 87 164 17 310

Oklahoma -- 2 8 2 12
Oregon 1 -- 1 2 4
Pennsylvania 26 105 358 9 498
Rhode Island 1 6 29 5 41
South Carolina 20 32 60 5 117

South Dakota -- 2 -- -- 2
Tennessee 18 37 69 3 127
Texas 8 15 28 10 61
Utah -- -- 2 -- 2
Vermont 1 5 7 1 14

Virginia 32 48 172 9 261
Washington 2 2 5 3 12
West Virginia 3 20 15 1 39
Wisconsin 5 15 43 8 71
Wyoming 1 -- -- -- 1

State Totals 6,775 27,772 8,469 1,315 44,331


Canal Zone 1 2 5 2 10
Guam -- -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico 1 8 35 1 45
U.S. Virgin Islands 1 -- 1 -- 2

Other Countries 17 132 166 22 337
Unclassified 1 482 .17 1 501


Totals 6,796 28,396 8,693 1,341 45,226






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TABLE 31

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE
ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR OTHER
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: FALL 1966*

% of
State FAMU FSU UF USF Total Total

Alabama 13 24 6 -- 43 .63
Alaska -- -
Arizona
Arkansas -- 1 -- 1 .01
California -- 2 2 1 5 .07

Colorado -- 1 -- 1 .01
Connecticut 3 3 3 3 12 .17
Delaware -- 3 1 4 .05
Dist. of Columbia 3 3 -- 6 .08
Florida 444 1,609 2,529 1,589 6,171 90.80

Georgia 16 71 36 1 124 1.82
Hawaii -- 1 -- 1 .01
Idaho
Illinois -- 9 6 8 23 .33
Indiana 6 5 5 5 21 .30

Iowa -- 2 -- 2 .02
Kansas -- 1 -- 1 .01
Kentucky 1 13 4 1 19 .27
Louisiana -- 1 1 1 3 .04
Maine -- 1 1 -- 2 .02

Maryland 1 3 4 8 16 .23
Massachusetts -- 3 2 6 11 .16
Michigan 2 4 3 1 10 .14
Minnesota -- 1 -- 1 .01
Mississippi 3 3 -- 1 7 .10

Missouri -- 1 -- 7 8 .11
Montana -- --
Nebraska --
Nevada
New Hampshire -- 1 -- 1 .01


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TABLE 31 (Continued)

% of
State FAMU FSU UF USF Total Total

New Jersey 9 10 13 10 42 .61
New Mexico -- -- -- 1 1 .01
New York 18 11 21 11 61 .89
North Carolina 1 7 9 -- 17 .25
North Dakota -- -- 1 -- 1 .01

Ohio 1 21 13 7 42 .61
Oklahoma -- -- -- -
Oregon -- -- -- 1 1 .01
Pennsylvania 3 11 6 6 26 .38
Rhode Island -- -- 1 -- 1 .01

South Carolina 3 8 6 3 20 .29
South Dakota -- -- -- -- -- -
Tennessee 3 9 5 1 18 .26
Texas 1 5 1 1 8 .11
Utah- -- -- -- -- --

Vermont -- 1 -- -- 1 .01
Virginia 5 11 12 4 32 .47
Washington -- -- 1 1 2 .02
West Virginia -- -- -- 3 3 .04
Wisconsin -- 2 1 2 5 .07
Wyoming -- -- 1 -- 1 .01

State Totals 536 1,858 2,698 1,683 6,775 99.69


Canal Zone -- 1 -- -- 1 .01
Guam -- -- -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico -- 1 -- 1 .01
U.S. Virgin Islands 1 -- -- 1 .01

Other Countries 1 4 -- 12 17 .25
Unclassified -- -- 1 -- 1 .01


Totals 538 1,864 2,699 1,695 6,796 99.98


*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 32

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1966


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


Alachua 147 573 42 1 763 2.03
Baker 2 31 3 -- 36 .09
Bay 38 517 29 -- 584 1.55
Bradford 4 49 5 -- 58 .15
Brevard 225 1471 236 11 1943 5.17

SBroward 436 2156 217 15 2824 7.52
Calhoun 5 53 -- 58 .15
Charlotte 11 65 13 -- 89 .23
Citrus 7 49 8 1 65 .17
Clay 18 117 23 -- 158 .42

Collier 22 92 9 -- 123 .32
Columbia 12 150 3 -- 165 .43
Dade 963 5096 901 7 6967 18.56
DeSoto 9 11 24 -- 44 .11
Dixie -- 40 -- 40 .10

Duval 540 2079 849 13 3481 9.27
Escambia 72 1193 9 2 1276 3.40
Flagler 2 24 1 -- 27 .07
Franklin 14 12 3 -- 29 .07
Gadsden 52 78 20 1 151 .40

Gilchrist 7 16 -- 1 24 .06
Glades 1 5 3 -- 9 .02












TABLE 32 (Continued)

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

Gulf 6 85 5 --- 96 .25
Hamilton 3 22 -- -- 25 .06
Hardee 18 34 7 1 60 .15

Hendry 7 43 7 1 58 .15
Hernando 22 29 4 1 56 .14
Highlands 20 19 16 2 57 .15
Hillsborough 1086 993 260 31 2370 6.31
> Holmes 1 64 1 -- 66 .17

Indian River 39 92 32 -- 163 .43
Jackson 14 218 3 -- 235 .62
Jefferson 11 13 3 -- 27 .07
Lafayette 2 16 -- -- 18 .04
Lake 69 251 49 2 371 .98

Lee 61 378 31 1 471 1.25
Leon 235 470 20 -- 725 1.93
Levy 20 55 2 77 .20
Liberty 1 12 -- -- 13 .03
Madison 5 73 13 -- 91 .24

Manatee 41 444 21 2 508 1.35
Marion 48 400 36 -- 484 1.29
Martin 15 61 6 -- 82 .21
Monroe 24 212 17 -- 253 .67
Nassau 33 76 16 -- 125 .33










TABLE 32 (Continued)


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

Okaloosa 55 504 10 -- 569 1.52
Okeechobee 4 32 108 1 145 .38
Orange 440 396 305 813 1954 5.20
Osceola 32 24 12 22 90 .23
Palm Beach 185 1518 122 27 1852 4.93

Pasco 39 55 36 3 133 .35
Pinellas 390 2017 171 17 2595 6.91
SPolk 221 907 145 4 1277 3.40
Putnam 20 216 20 1 257 .68
Saint Johns 12 103 57 -- 172 .45

Saint Lucie 66 193 17 1 277 .73
Santa Rosa 36 224 6 -- 266 .70
Sarasota 71 458 46 3 578 1.54
Seminole 46 290 29 51 416 1.10
Sumter 8 63 5 -- 76 .20

Suwannee 6 76 6 -- 88 .23
Taylor 18 46 4 1 69 .18
Union 1 79 1 -- 81 .21
Volusia 130 719 179 6 1034 2.75
Wakulla 5 19 2 -- 26 .06

Walton 14 116 2 -- 132 .35
Washington 4 46 1 -- 51 .13

Unclassified -- -- 35 -- 35 .09

Total 6,171 26,038 4,266 1043 37,518









TABLE 33

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS
ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY: FALL 1966


County FAMU FSU UF USF Total % of Total

Alachua 3 17 122 5 147 2.38
Baker -- 2 -- 2 .03
Bay -- 20 13 5 38 .61
Bradford -- 2 2 -- 4 .06
Brevard 1 46 141 37 225 3.64

Broward 28 132 234 42 436 7.06
Calhoun 1 2 2 -- 5 .08
Charlotte -- 4 4 3 11 .17
Citrus -- 2 3 2 7 .11
Clay 1 7 9 1 18 .29

Collier 1 6 12 3 22 .35
Columbia 5 2 5 -- 12 .19
Dade 31 221 591 120 963 15.60
DeSoto -- 1 5 3 9 .14
Dixie -- -- -- .00

Duval 43 177 242 78 540 8.75
Escambia 7 29 33 3 72 1.16
Flagler 1 -- 1 2 .03
Franklin 3 8 2 1 14 .22
Gadsden 30 12 7 3 52 .84

Gilchrist -- 6 1 -- 7 .11
Glades -- 1 -- 1 .01
Gulf -- 4 -- 2 6 .09
Hamilton 3 -- -- 3 .04
Hardee -- 5 6 7 18 .29













TABLE 33 (Continued)


County FAMU FSU UF USF Total % of Total

Hendry 2 2 3 7 .11
Hernando -- 10 7 5 22 .A5
Highlands 2 5 9 4 20 .32
Hillsborough 34 96 155 801 1,086 17.59
Holmes -- 1 -- -- 1 .01

Indian River 1 9 8 21 39 .63
Jackson 6 5 3 -- 14 .22
Jefferson 4 7 -- 11 .17
Lafayette -- 2 -- -- 2 .03
Lake 10 25 26 8 69 1.11

Lee 1 20 26 14 61 .98
Leon 85 132 14 4 235 3.80
Levy 4 10 4 2 20 .32
Liberty 1 -- -- -- 1 .01
Madison 3 2 -- -- 5 .08

Manatee 9 11 14 7 41 .66
Marion 8 8 27 5 48 .77
Martin 1 5 9 -- 15 .24
Monroe 1 2 10 11 24 .38
Nassau 2 12 13 6 33 .53

Okaloosa 1 28 21 5 55 .89
Okeechobee -- 4 -- 4 .06
Orange 25 117 189 109 440 7.13
Osceola -- 6 10 16 32 .51
Palm Beach 19 55 99 12 185 2.99













TABLE 33 (Continued)


County FAMU FSU UF USF Total % of Total

Pasco 1 6 11 21 39 .63
Pinellas 11 119 160 100 390 6.31
Polk 15 68 72 66 221 3.58
Putnam -- 6 14 -- 20 .32
Saint Johns 1 7 4 -- 12 .19

Saint Lucie 13 6 47 -- 66 1.06
Santa Rosa 2 6 28 -- 36 .58
Sarasota 5 37 8 21 71 1.15
Seminole 5 19 11 11 46 .74
Sumter 1 1 3 3 8 .12

i Suwannee -- 4 2 -- 6 .09
Taylor 4 3 11 -- 18 .29
Union -- -- 1 -- 1 .01
Volusia 7 37 68 18 130 2.10
Wakulla 2 3 -- -- 5 .08

Walton 3 7 4 -- 14 .22
Washington -- 2 2 -- 4 .06
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- --


Total 444 1,609 2,529 1,589 6,171 99.67


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















TABLE 34

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS
ENROLLMENT IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1958-1966

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

1966 16.4 69.4 85.8 11.4 2.8 14.2















TABLE 35

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1958-1966


State Public Public Private Private Private
Fall University Junior Institution 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

1966 7,7 29.1 36.8 59.6 3.7 63.3















TABLE 36

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1966


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

1966 15.0 62.8 77,8 19.2 3.0 22.2









TABLE 37

ORIGIN OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: 1959-1966



State or Other
Geographical
Area 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966


Alabama 96 111 157 116 141 214 248 214
Alaska 1 3 2 3 2 2 6 3
Arizona 2 2 3 4 4 9 7 11
Arkansas 10 10 12 10 17 18 19 18
California 16 35 35 22 48 39 50 62

Colorado 2 1 13 6 10 7 16 24
Connecticut 75 146 171 134 144 186 256 299
Delaware 10 18 22 14 11 18 38 43
Dist. of Columbia 26 34 36 23 27 33 68 57
Florida 13,929 18,216 19,829 21,643 23,630 29,203 34,609 37,518

Georgia 231 285 337 290 366 381 442 413
Hawaii 5 3 -- 1 3 3 4 7
Idaho -- 2 1 1 1 2 -- 3
Illinois 190 234 174 173 177 240 292 295
Indiana 72 96 84 98 83 109 130 181

Iowa 17 22 20 14 12 18 15 22
Kansas 10 17 9 10 12 10 14 15
Kentucky 57 52 63 54 72 86 72 90
Louisiana 16 25 23 24 19 26 36 36
Maine 12 30 29 20 11 45 35 42

Maryland 48 67 81 76 73 112 159 169
Massachusetts 146 198 180 152 147 194 254 278
Michigan 82 112 83 93 75 72 113 123
Minnesota 17 23 15 9 19 24 24 27
Mississippi 9 10 18 9 24 22 37 45

Missouii 36 28 27 24 30 39 38 44
Montana 3 1 4 3 3 2 2 4
Nebraska 9 3 5 1 10 5 5 10
Nevada -- 3 1 1 2 7 4 1
New Hampshire 14 19 15 14 12 12 24 25

New Jersey 252 446 473 357 392 574 928 1076
New Mexico 4 1 -- 10 4 6 10 9
New York 624 953 864 631 737 920 1,081 1451
North Carolina 54 78 76 77 94 97 155 141
North Dakota 1 1 1 4 1 2 3 3


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TABLE 37


State or Other
Geographical
Area 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966


Ohio 190 219 205 193 176 208 271 310
Oklahoma 9 10 8 3 16 14 14 12
Oregon 2 2 5 6 1 5 5 4
Pennsylvania 238 384 355 290 321 380 465 498
Rhode Island 18 22 22 27 45 39 42 41

South Carolina 32 47 73 67 87 71 106 114
South Dakota 1 1 4 2 -- 1 4 2
Tennessee 65 83 60 72 78 87 104 127
Texas 31 31 37 35 35 36 57 61
Utah -- 1 -- 1 2 4 1 2

Vermont 10 10 16 16 8 15 13 14
Virginia 73 102 127 129 144 117 319 261
Washington 2 3 7 3 4 10 8 12
West Virginia 26 19 23 23 27 24 43 39
Wisconsin 26 50 34 29 33 32 49 71
Wyoming -- 1 2 2 2 5 1 1


Canal Zone 8 13 5 5 19 11 8 10
Guam -- 1 -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico 18 27 23 26 23 17 25 45
Virgin Islands -- -- -- -- -- -- 2 2

Other Countries 139 169 150 204 327 218 511 337
Unclassified 10 4 19 119 102 52 123 501


Total 16,974 22,484 24,038 25,373 27,863 34,083 41,365 45,226















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TABLE 38
ORIGIN OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY: 1959-1966


County 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966


Alachua 201 228 256 327 301 375 424 763
Baker 8 12 8 21 25 24 38 36
Bay 187 301 333 351 403 397 634 584
Bradford 35 35 33 37 31 55 58 58
Brevard 165 706 648 965 986 1,187 1,503 .'1,943

Broward 690 1,190 1,271 1,354 1,722 1,631 2,713 2,824
Calhoun 21 33 34 26 33 32 42 58
Charlotte 7 18 26 38 77 48 82 89
Citrus 34 32 29 38 33 50 58 65
Clay 48 58 59 84 101 123 173 158

Collier 30 32 43 55 81 80 115 123
Columbia 36 49 44 144 146 182 184 165
Dade 3,129 4,015 4,415 4,292 4,356 5,643 6,388 6,967
DeSoto 12 22 33 35 24 36 61 44
Dixie 4 9 6 8 20 27 42 40

Duval 1,111 1,031 1,202 1,263 2,005 2,000 2,357 3,481
Escambia 708 925 962 1,096 1,040 1,348 1,280 1,276
Flagler 12 20 8 19 20 25 30 27
Franklin 7 7 10 11 14 19 20 29
Gadsden 81 88 98 101 67 103 131 151

Gilchrist 7 7 5 22 19 17 20 24
Glades 2 4 6 2 1 12 11 9
Gulf 28 30 43 37 53 37 72 96
Hamilton 24 25 34 37 34 38 52 25
Hardee 17 32 32 23 44 53 76 60

Hendry 21 20 20 24 26 27 33 58
Hernando 13 21 17 37 43 54 39 56
Highlands 59 43 58 46 47 102 102 57
Hillsborough 964 1,737 1,576 1,501 1,476 1,961 2,351 2,370
Holmes 15 30 30 34 32 41 76 66

Indian River 45 79 128 80 104 145 176 163
Jackson 127 129 175 174 201 226 210 235
Jefferson 33 36 40 40 61 73 59 27
Lafayette 9 14 17 16 13 9 15 18
Lake 120 116 174 334 272 398 361 371




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TABLE 38 (Continued)


County 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966


Lee 90 101 133 364 288 389 506 471
Leon 285 317 349 388 375 452 521 725
Levy 23 33 48 36 42 50 60 77
Liberty 5 7 7 3 8 15 13 13
Madison 81 91 92 74 100 104 93 91

Manatee 218 290 338 297 281 429 454 508
Marion 232 270 298 308 355 369 442 484
Martin 45 62 52 57 57 95 92 82
Monroe 37 48 69 72 75 110 441 253
Nassau 43 19 42 27 55 63 82 125

Okaloosa 54 114 146 159 177 477 581 569
Okeechobee 7 13 19 18 15 34 42 145
Orange 680 777 960 1,003 1,261 1,584 1,837 1,954
Osceola 30 35 38 36 50 70 80 90
Palm Beach 861 944 1,004 1,187 1,321 1,560 1,842 1,852

Pasco 65 92 92 162 85 111 122 133
Pinellas 1,438 1,606 1,785 2,170 2,096 2,337 2,783 2,595
Polk 408 494 535 618 648 1,323 1,300 1,277
Putnam 130 124 152 185 18. 239 209 257
St. Johns 74 111 130 133 143 196 233 172

St. Lucie 55 263 166 175 178 253 313 277
Santa Rosa 73 105 152 124 154 182 261 266
Sarasota 221 291 351 274 335 483 549 578
Seminole 83 100 142 129 227 239 245 416
Sumter 36 28 48 55 50 71 80 76

Suwannee 56 52 51 49 77 88 97 88
Taylor 37 34 91 65 75 67 83 69
Union 8 4 6 22 .18 3 27 81
Volusia 461 562 538 671 778 920 981 1,034
Wakulla 11 24 16 8 10 17 19 26

Walton 21 31 39 26 38 87 135 132
Washington 28 40 65 46 55 61 56 51
Unclassified 23 -- 2 30 111 147 44 35


Total 13,929 18,216 .19,829 21,643 23,629 29,203 34,609 37,518




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TABLE 39

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION:
ALTERNATE YEARS 1958 1966


Institution 1958 1960 1962 1964 1966


State University System

FAMU 676 702 466 795 538
FAU --
FSU 1,571 2,040 1,995 2,206 1,864
UF 2,932 3,002 2,478 2,764 2,699
USF -- 1,372 1,059 1,706 1,695

Public Junior Colleges

Brevard JC -- 522 682 942 1,527
Central Fla. JC 183 214 327 435 617
Chipola JC 175 252 310 435 550
Daytona Beach JC 323 314 512 644 797
Edison JC -- 321 360 566
Florida Keys JC -- -- 201
Gulf Coast JC 118 220 305 352 679
Indian River JC -- 202 178 298 394
JC of Broward Co. -- 460 765 900 1,973
Lake City JC -- 244 344 460
Lake-Sumter JC -- 154 259 331
Manatee JC 502 338 427 688 1,017
Miami-Dade JC -- 1,208 2,710 4,131 6,631
North Fla. JC 164 150 182 308 390
Okaloosa-Walton JC -- -- 401 529
Palm Beach JC 557 773 987 1,359 1,796
Pensacola JC 623 913 1,182 1,426 1,586
Polk JC -- -- 707 979
St. Johns River JC 139 157 343 860 748
St. Petersburg JC 1,130 1,285 2,024 2,332] 3,208
Santa Fe JC -- -- 604
Seminole JC -- 533
South Florida JC -- 188
Tallahassee JC -- 448
The JC of Jacksonville -- 1,644


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TABLE 39 (Continued)


Institution 1958 1960 1962 1964 1966


Private Degree-Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 187 220 216 203 197
Bethune-Cookman C. 149 160 184 196 385
Biscayne C. -- -- 102 159
Edward Waters C. 270 260 243 231 303
Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. -- -- 71 25 543
Florida Beacon C.--St.
Petersburg Bible Inst. -- 15
Florida Inst. of Tech. -- -- 105 120 396
Florida Memorial C. 79 75 87 51 131
Florida Presbyterian C. -- 151 250 247 265
Florida Southern C. 555 667 747 610 465
Jacksonville U. 525 342 563 438 432
Jones College
Jacksonville Div. -- -- 194 425
Miami Div. -- -- 93 89
Orlando Div. -- -- 218 190
New College -- -- 101 109
Ringling School of Art -- -- 112 127
Rollins College 218 392 428 432 466
St. Leo College -- 114 216 342 551
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul
South-Eastern Bible C. -- -- 126 187
Stetson U. 411 465 430 470 434
U. of Miami 3,071 3,385 1,660 1,864 2,160
U. of Tampa 391 474 489 501 618
Webber C. 42 51 50 61 46

Private Junior Colleges

Florida C. 111 121 127 170 188
Marymount C. -- -- 135 159
Orlando JC 400 480 638 910 994



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CHAPTER V

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT















GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT


Graduate on-campus enrollment in Florida's colleges and universities

in the fall of 1966 was 10,291, in contrast to the previous year's total of

8,780, representing a net gain of 1,511 graduate students. Of the total on-campus

graduate enrollment, 29.2 percent (3,005 students) were enrolled in private

colleges and universities in 1966 and 70.8 percent (7,286 students) were enrolled

in the state universities. Comparable percentages for 1965 were 32.9 and 67.1

respectively.

States and other geographic origins of the graduate students are shown

(Table 40). Florida students enrolling in graduate programs represent 76.4

percent (7,864 students), the remaining 2,427 students (23.6 percent) coming

from outside the state. In 1965, Florida students enrolling in on-campus

graduate programs accounted for 72.9 percent of the total. The next four states

with the greatest graduate student representation (when ranked by the number of

on-campus enrollments in Florida's colleges and universities) were New York,

233 students; Georgia, 157 students; Pennsylvania, 105 students; and Alabama,

96 students. The first three states held the same ranks, and in 1965 Alabama moved

ahead of Illinois and Ohio. Seventeen percent (423 students) of the 2,427 non-

Florida on-campus graduate enrollments came from abroad.

The origins of Florida graduate on-campus enrollments by county are shown

in Table 41. In 1965 there were 6,400 graduatesstudents from Florida enrolled

and one year later this number had increased 22.9 percent to 7,864 graduate

students. The rate of growth by origin of Florida's graduate on-campus

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enrollment by state or other geographical area since 1960 may be traced in

Table 42 and by Florida counties since 1960 in Table 43. Graduate on-campus

enrollments by institution for the years 1960 through 1966 make up Table 44.

Students pursuing their first professional degrees, such as law or

medicine, were not included in graduate enrollment figures.












































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TABLE 40

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR OTHER
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: FALL 1966


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

Alabama -- 1 66 19 2 88 8 96
Alaska -- 2 -- 2 -- 2
Arizona 4 3 -- 7 1 8
Arkansas -- 13 7 -- 20 -- 20
California -- 31 15 1 47 9 56

Colorado -- 7 5 -- 12 3 15
Connecticut -- 7 8 1 16 13 29
Delaware -- 2 2 -- 4 2 6
S Dist. of Columbia -- 3 7 -- 10 6 16
o Florida 384 1,140 1,251 1,706 744 5,225 2,639 7,864

Georgia 38 1 90 22 -- 151 6 157
Hawaii -- -- 1 -- 1 1 2
Idaho -- 2 1 -- 3 -- 3
Illinois -- 1 42 20 -- 63 22 85
Indiana -- 1 20 12 1 34 8 42

Iowa -- 11 5 1 17 7 24
Kansas -- 17 3 -- 20 2 22
Kentucky -- 27 20 1 48 8 56
Louisiana -- 43 14 1 58 2 60
Maine 4 1 -- 5 -- 5

Maryland -- 2 20 15 1 38 10 48
Massachusetts -- 32 20 -- 52 13 65
Michigan -- 25 11 1 37 7 44
Minnesota -- 1 18 5 -- 24 3 27
Mississippi -- 1 35 14 1 51 4 55












,TABLE 40 (Continued)

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

Missouri -- 14 14 2 30 4 34
Montana -- 3 1 -- 4 -- 4
Nebraska -- 5 2 -- 7 1 8
Nevada -- -- 2 -- 2 -- 2
New Hampshire -- 7 2 1 10 -- 10

New Jersey -- 1 33 26 -- 60 22 82
New Mexico -- 6 3 -- 9 -- 9
New York -- 6 90 67 2 165 68 233
North Carolina -- 55 23 -- 78 6 84
North Dakota -- 5 -- -- 5 1 6

Ohio 2 35 22 1 60 27 87
t Oklahoma -- 10 2 -- 12 2 14
Oregon -- 1 5 -- 6 1 7
Pennsylvania -- 1 47 36 -- 84 21 105
Rhode Island -- 1 4 3 -- 8 1 9

South Carolina -- 33 18 -- 51 2 53
South Dakota -- 4 5 -- 9 1 10
Tennessee -- 57 21 -- 78 2 80
Texas -- 51 13 -- 64 4 68
Utah -- 4 1 -- 5 2 7

Vermont -- 3 -- 2 -- 5 -- 5
Virginia -- 38 21 -- 59 10 69
Washington 9 4 1 14 2 16














TABLE 40 (Continued)

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

West Virginia -- 13 3 -- 16 1 17
Wisconsin -- 24 13 -- 37 2 39
Wyoming -- 1 2 -- 3 -- 3

Sub-Total 422 1,162 2,321 2,247 762 6,914 2,954 9,868


Canal Zone -- 2 2 -- 4 1 5
Guam -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico -- 1 10 1 -- 12 11 23
U.S. Virgin Islands -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

Other Countries -- 2 125 228 1 356 39 395
Unclassified- -- -- -- -- -- -


Total 422 1,165 2,458 2,478 763 7,286 3,005 10,291











TABLE 41

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY: FALL 1966


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

Alachua 3 -- 16 951 3 973 3 976 12.41
Baker 2 -- 1 -- 3 -- 3 .04
Bay 8 1 26 3 -- 38 -- 38 .48
Bradford -- -- 17 -- 17 1 18 .23
Brevard 1 8 25 20 4 58 474 532 6.76

Broward 1 396 47 40 4 488 81 569 7.24
Calhoun 2 -- 8 1 -- 11 -- 11 .14
Charlotte -- 1 4 1 1 7 -- 7 .09
Citrus 2 -- 1 4 -- 7 -- 7 .09
Clay -- 4 13 -- 17 1 18 .23

o Collier -- 2 1 3 -- 6 -- 6 .08
Columbia 5 169 7 15 -- 196 2 198 2.52
Dade 3 -- 107 109 8 227 1,104 1,331 16.93
DeSoto -- 2 4 1 7 -- 7 .09
Dixie -- 1 -- 1 -- 2 -- 2 .03

Duval 135 -- 55 97 3 290 149 439 5.58
Escambia 5 -- 37 9 -- 51 1 52 .66
Flagler -- 3 1 -- 4 1 5 .06
Franklin -- -- 2 1 -- 3 -- 3 .04
Gadsden 44 -- 21 2 -- 67 -- 67 .85

Gilchrist -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 1 .01
Glades -- -- -- -- .00
Gulf 2 -- 7 1 -- 10 -- 10 .13
Hamilton 3 -- 1 1 -- 5 -- 5 .06
Hardee -- 1 1 2 4 1 5 .06










TABLE 41 (Continued)

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

Hendry -- 1 2 5 1 9 1 10 .13
Hernando -- 2 2 5 9 -- 9 .11
Highlands 1 1 3 5 1 6 .08
Hillsborough I -- 54 45 431 531 4 535 6.80
Holmes -- 2 1 -- 3 -- 3 .04

Indian River -- 2 3 2 -- 7 1 8 .10
Jackson 8 -- 14 6 -- 28 -- 28 .36
Jefferson 3 -- 3 -- 6 6 .08
Lafayette -- 2 -- 2 -- 2 .03
Lake 7 1 2 10 -- 20 18 38 .48

0 Lee -- 3 9 8 2 22 1 23 .29
SLeon 104 -- 464 8 1 577 1 578 7.35
Levy -- 2 4 -- 6 -- 6 .08
Liberty -- -- -- -- -- 1 1 .01
Madison 6 -- 3 1 -- 10 -- 10 .13

Manatee -- 15 8 19 42 2 44 .56
Marion 1 -- 2 29 -- 32 4 36 .46
Martin -- 3 2 3 -- 8 -- 8 .10
Monroe -- 1 2 2 -- 5 1 6 .08
Nassau -- -- 0 1 -- 1 4 5 .06

Okaloosa -- -- 19 3 -- 22 1 23 .29
Okeechobee -- 8 1 -- 1 10 -- 10 .13
Orange 2 3 36 40 5 86 551 637 8.10
Osceola -- 1 2 6 -- 9 7 16 .20
Palm Beach 3 507 44 37 -- 591 15 606 7.71

Pasco -- 2 10 15 27 3 30 .38
Pinellas 4 1 76 67 170 318 4 322 4.09













TABLE 41 (Continued)

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

Polk 5 4 34 19 47 109 16 125 1.59
Putnam 2 -- 2 15 2 21 -- 21 .27
Saint Johns -- 4 5 -- 9 5 14 .18
Saint Lucie -- 22 4 5 1 32 1 33 .42
Santa Rosa -- 3 4 -- 7 -- 7 ,09

Sarasota -- 2 22 13 14 51 2 53 .67
Seminole 1 1 2 8 -- 12 57 69 .88
Sumter -- -- -- 4 4 2 6 .08
Suwannee 5 1 3 3 -- 12 -- 12 .15
Taylor 7 -- 6 1 -- 14 -- 14 .17

Union -- -- 1 3 -- 4 -- 4 .05
Volusia 1 1 23 29 1 55 116 171 2.17
Wakulla 1 -- 4 1 -- 6 -- 6 .08
Walton 6 -- 1 -- 7 -- 7 .09
Washington 1 -- 3 4 1 5 .06

Unclassified -- -- -- -- 1 1 .01


Total 384 1,140 1,251 1,706 744 5,225 2,639 7,864 100.00












TABLE 42

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR
OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: 1960-1966


States 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

Alabama 57 69 76 88 90 91 96
Alaska 2 2 3 1 1 1 2
Arizona 2 1 3 2 4 10 8
Arkansas 10 11 17 21 25 22 20
California 26 34 37 44 61 53 56

Colorado 5 4 9 10 12 10 15
Connecticut 10 11 25 24 30 35 29
Delaware 2 4 3 2 5 10 6
Dist. of Columbia 10 8 7 9 10 10 16
Florida 2,969 3,168 4,030 4,125 4,888 6,400 7,864

Georgia 100 134 147 150 178 168 157
Hawaii 1 -- 2 -- 1 2
Idaho -- 2 2 2 -- 3 3
Illinois 43 44 69 68 86 103 85
Indiana 27 22 29 37 44 39 42

Iowa 16 20 14 9 17 17 24
Kansas 12 4 7 11 14 21 22
Kentucky 24 19 22 34 37 45 56
Louisiana 21 23 41 53 51 46 60
Maine 9 11 11 12 12 12 5

Maryland 11 16 18 27 30 37 48
Massachusetts 24 25 27 40 52 62 65
Michigan 19 16 22 26 38 50 44
Minnesota 9 9 13 16 20 24 27
Mississippi 36 31 35 30 38 45 55

Missouri 18 19 24 29 23 35 34
Montana 3 5 2 2 1 2 4
Nebraska 10 9 4 6 7 12 8
Nevada 2 5 5 3 1 4 2
New Hampshire 2 4 6 4 1 10 10

New Jersey 34 26 48 41 71 88 82
New Mexico 4 5 7 12 18 14 9
New York 88 102 155 137 184 213 233
North Carolina 44 45 53 58 60 90 84
North Dakota 2 2 2 1 3 3 6

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TABLE 42 (Continued)


States 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

Ohio 53 68 65 57 77 96 87
Oklahoma 8 13 17 21 21 14 14
Oregon 1 5 5 4 7 8 7
Pennsylvania 56 68 90 74 91 116 105
Rhode Island 7 4 4 5 3 4 9

South Carolina 43 44 52 67 68 67 53
South Dakota 6 9 7 2 1 5 10
Tennessee 48 58 59 70 47 86 80
Texas 37 49 59 58 61 66 68
Utah -- 3 44 8 9 4 7

Vermont 4 5 4 4 1 5 5
Virginia 27 34 38 44 52 66 69
Washington 8 7 7 8 12 16 16
West Virginia 11 14 19 15 23 25 17
Wisconsin 21 17 17 21 29 34 39
Wyoming 3 1 1 4 5 4 3

Canal Zone -- 1 2 2 1 4 5
Guam -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico 6 9 8 4 3 21 23

Other Countries 166 170 266 323 355 350 395
Unclassified 1 -- 1 -- -- 3 --


Total 4,158 4,489 5,738 5,927 6,978 8,780 10,291

















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TABLE 43

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY: 1959-1966


Counties 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

Alachua 151 143 144 161 206 207 245 976
Baker 2 2 3 2 3 3 3 3
Bay 20 13 17 32 24 31 45 38
Bradford 6 6 2 7 10 16 12 18
Brevard 9 16 21 167 235 312 393 554

Broward 86 153 139 184 135 125 424 569
Calhoun 7 4 2 2 10 12 7 11
Charlotte 6 3 5 5 2 1 4 7
Citrus 3 6 5 3 3 3 5 7
Clay 5 7 10 7 7 14 13 18

Collier 3 3 2 4 3 5 6 6
Columbia 6 12 6 10 15 13 19 198
Dade 988 962 1,142 1,507 1,235 1,441 1,631 1,331
DeSoto 2 -- 1 4 3 8 7
Dixie 1 1 1 2 1 4 2 2

Duval 141 138 121 187 173 250 373 439
Escambia 25 31 32 29 40 52 62 52
Flagler 2 3 1 2 3 5 7 5
Franklin 5 7 2 7 8 10 6 3
Gadsden 38 39 46 51 40 55 64 67

Gilchrist 2 5 2 3 2 5 4 1
Glades -- 1 2 1 --
Gulf 2 3 2 1 3 4 6 10
Hamilton 4 3 3 6 1 7 6 5
Hardee 1 -- 3 3 4 3 3 5










TABLE 43 (Continued)

Counties 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

Hendry 2 1 1 4 5 4 5 10
Hernando 1 3 6 6 3 5 8 9
Highlands 6 9 10 11 10 13 19 6
Hillsborough 69 68 92 110 99 199 341 535
Holmes 6 3 4 2 7 4 2 3

Indian River 4 5 4 5 6 13 18 8
Jackson 16 9 10 20 21 20 17 28
Jefferson 27 25 13 15 19 14 8 6
Lafayette 4 5 3 4 1 1 1 2
Lake 30 23 22 34 35 36 33 46

Lee 4 11 13 11 9 20 20 23
o Leon 337 384 330 363 455 487 561 578
Levy 2 6 7 17 12 5 7 6
Liberty -- 7 5 3 2 5 3 1
Madison 10 16 12 12 14 11 12 10

Manatee 11 22 12 16 21 24 38 44
Marion 25 35 26 26 27 35 37 36
Martin 3 6 1 2 4 4 9 8
Monroe 9 9 9 8 7 6 5 6
Nassau 2 1 3 11 2 4 3 5

Okaloosa 80 92 124 99 6 12 23 23
Okeechobee 3 2 2 -- 2 3 4 10
Orange 71 196 307 333 691 730 591 1,674
Osceola 3 6 8 5 3 1 9 22
Palm Beach 38 46 37 71 67 74 514 606

Pasco 4 6 5 4 4 19 19 30
Pinellas 85 86 84 109 113 162 242 322














TABLE 43 (Continued)

Counties 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

Polk 43 69 69 64 62 70 109 125
Putnam 24 18 19 18 18 21 28 21
Saint Johns 18 19 15 17 8 15 12 14
Saint Lucie 4 5 5 7 10 17 27 33
Santa Rosa 4 5 9 10 4 6 9 7

Sarasota 15 12 28 27 27 44 40 53
Seminole 16 26 19 25 22 22 65 171
Sumter 6 7 7 7 6 5 6 6
Suwannee 10 19 14 16 12 15 16 12
Taylor 7 13 5 5 7 10 18 14

Union 3 7 1 5 7 3 4 4
Volusia 102 108 104 135 118 143 152 180
Wakulla 4 8 5 1 4 7 4 6
Walton 1 6 2 5 5 15 9 7
Washington 10 4 3 3 3 3 4 5


Total 2,634 2,969 3,168 4,030 4,125 4,888 6,400 9,047















TABLE 44

GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTION
1960-1966


Institution 1960 1961 .1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

State University System

FAMU 229 183 246 269 298 376 422
FAU -- -- 2 783 1,165
FSU 1,335 1,432 1,577 1,669 2,008 2,177 2,458
UF 1,309 1,401 1,526 1,844 1,988 2,182 2,478
USF -- -- 127 377 763

SUS Totals 2,873 3,016 3,349 3,782 4,423 5,895 7,286



Private Degree-Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 96 101 155 172 267
Brevard Engineering C. -- -- 142 215 275 307 409
Jacksonville Univ. -- -- 63 110 160
Rollins C. 258 612 640 600 705
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul -- -- 11 36 36
Stetson Univ. 152 132 157 151 161
Univ. of Miami 958 1,021 1,701 1,085 1,284 1,509 1,267

PDGI Totals 1,285 1,473 2,349 2,145 2,585 2,885 3,005


Totals 4,158 4,489 5,698 5,927 7,008 8,780 10,291


% in SUS 69.1 67.2 58.8 63.8 63.1 67.1 70.8
% of Total 6.1 5.7 6.5 5.8 6.0 6.4 6.6


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


Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning, published

annually since 1957, reported the on-campus enrollment of twenty-three

participating institutions to be 50,286 in the first annual publication.

Fifty-seven institutions of higher learning participating in the fall 1966

publication reported a total on-campus enrollment of 156,146,representing

an increase of 210.5 percent over the ten year period (Table 45). In 1957

the public institutions accounted for 54 percent of the total enrollment

in the state's institutions of higher education and by 1966 this had grown

to 76.5 percent for an annual increase exceeding 2 percent per year.


Public Junior College

Public junior college on-campus enrollment as a percentage of the

state's total on-campus enrollment rose from 11.1 percent in 1957 to

45.5 percent in 1966 and from 6,169 students to 70,850 students (expanding

eleven-fold) for an increase of 64,681 students. The public junior college

system not only enrolled the largest portion of the state's total enrollment

but also the largest number of first-time-in-college students, terminal

students, Florida students, and non-Florida students. Although the public

junior college movement was given major organizational structure only ten

years ago, it has done much in helping meet Florida's expanding enrollment

problems and will be expected to continue to do so for many years to come.

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