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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
        Page vii
        Page viii
    Chapter I: General information
        Page 1
        Introductory remarks
            Page 2
        Changes in the roster of participating institutions
            Page 3
        Florida's institutions of higher learning
            Page 4
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        List of abbreviations
            Page 9
    Chapter II: Report of the statewide enrollment
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    Chapter III: Enrollments by institutions
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    Chapter IV: First-time-in-college enrollment
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    Chapter V: Graduate student enrollment
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    Chapter VI: Trends and new developments in Florida higher education
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Office of the Board of Regents
State University System of Florida
Publication No. 111 1968

















Enrollment in Florida's

Institutions of Higher Learning

,:all 1967
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ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING


FALL 1967

































The Florida Board of Regents


Tallahassee, Florida 32304













FLORIDA BOARD OF REGENTS


Chester H. Ferguson, Chairman Tampa

Henry D. Kramer Jacksonville

Mrs. John C Behringer Fort Lauderdale

D. Burke Kibler, III Lakeland

Clarence L. Menser, D. Litt. Vero Beach

Louis C. Murray, M. D. Orlando

Julius Parker, Jr. Tallahassee

John C. Pace Pensacola

Mrs. E. D. Pearce Miami





OFFICE OF THE FLORIDA BOARD OF REGENTS


Robert B. Mautz, Chancellor

Philip F. Ashler, Vice Chancellor for Administration

Allan Tucker, Vice Chancellor for Acadepmi Affairs

William G Hendricks, Business Manager

R. Hendrix Chandler, Corporate Secretary

James F. Carr, Assistant Chancellor for Student Affairs

Glenn A. Goerke, Director, Academic Program Coordination

George Kaludis, Director of Planning and Evaluation

Forrest M. Kelly, Jr., Architect to the Florida Board of Regents

G. Emerson Tully, Director of Educational Research


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PREFACE


For more than a decade, the Florida Board of Regents has published

a report of student enrollment in Florida colleges and universities. This

series of reports, titled Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher

Learning, brings together in an annual publication enrollment data supplied

to the Florida Board of Regents by the institutions of higher learning

throughout the state, public as well as private.

The enrollment information set forth in this report is for the

school year 1967-68. Although the writers of this report relied princi-

pally on tables to present the enrollment data, brief chapter summaries

have been written to assist the reader gain an overview of the great

amount of enrollment data contained in tabular form,

Colleges and universities listed in either the Florida Education

Directory, published by the Florida State Department of Education, or the

Educational Directory, compiled by the U.S. Office of Education, were asked

to take part in the enrollment study. Participating institutions that

furnished enrollment data for this report are identified in Chapter I.

Preparation of the report was largely in the hands of David C.

McOuat, Research Associate. Institutional enrollment data were provided

by the registrars of the participating institutions. Thomas Baker, of

the Community College Division, coordinated data-gathering among the

community colleges, G. Emerson Tully, Director of Educational Research,

gave general direction to the project, and Robert G. Garrigues and

Thomas Q. Heaps, Research Assistants, compiled much of the basic data

into appropriate tables. I am grateful to these individuals for their

work that has resulted in this volume.

Allan Tucker
Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs



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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Page

FLORIDA 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
List of Abbreviations

II. REPORT OF STATEWIDE ENROLLMENT ............ 10

III. ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTIONS . . . . .27

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

V. GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT . . . ... 69

VI. TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION 84






















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LIST OF TABLES

Table Page

1. Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher
Learning: Fall 1967. . . . . ... . 13

2. Undergraduate On-Campus Enrollment by Type of
Program: Fall 1967 . . . . ... . .. 14

3. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in
Florida's Colleges and Universities: Fall 1967 . . .14

4. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by
Level of Program: Fall 1967 . . . .... 15

5. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by
Type of Institution: Fall 1967 . . .. 15

6. Origin of Total On-Campus Enrollment by State or
Other Geographical Area and Type of Institution:
Fall 1967 . . . . ... . . 16

7. Origin of Florida On-Campus Enrollment by County
and Type of Institution: Fall 1967 . . . .18

8. Percentage of Total On-Campus Enrollment in Each
Type of Institution: 1957-1967... . . . 21

9. Percentage of Florida On-Campus Enrollment in Each
Type of Institution: 1957-1967 . . . . .. 22

10. Percentage of Non-Florida Total On-Campus Enrollment
in Each Type of Institution: 1957-1967 . .. . 23

11. Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution:
1957-1967 . . . . ... ........ 24.

12. Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution:
1957-1967 . . . . ..... ...... 25

13. Percentage of Male On-Campus Enrollment to Total
Enrollment in Florida's Colleges and Universities:
Fall 1967 . . . . . . .. .... 26

14. Total Male Enrollment and First-Time-In-College Male
Enrollment in Florida's Colleges and Universities:
Fall 1967 . . . . ... . . 26

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Table Page

15, Institutions Enrolling More Than 2,500 On-Campus
Students by Rank: Fall 1967 .. . ........ 30

16, Florida Institutions of Higher Learning by Type and
Enrollment: Fall 1967. . . . . .... 30

17, On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Colleges and Universities
by Institution, Type of Enrollment, and Sex: Fall 1967 .... 31

18, Total Enrollment, First-Time-In-College Enrollment and
Terminal Enrollment by Type of Institution and Sex:
Fall 1967 . . . . . . . 34

19, Percentage of On-Campus Enrollment in Florida
Colleges and Universities by Institution, Type of
Enrollment, and Sex: Fall 1967. . . . ... 34

;01 On-Campus Enrollment From Florida, Other States and
Other Countries by Institution: Fall 1967 . ..... 35

1,. Total On-Campus Enrollment by Institution: Alternate
Years 1959-1967 . . . . .. .... 37

2;, Origin of State University System On-Campus Enrollment
by State or Other Geographical Area: Fall 1967 . .. 39

2 Origin of State University System Florida On-Campus
Enrollment by County: Fall 1967 . . . .... 41

24, Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State Universities:
1957-1967 ... . . . . . . 44

25, Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State
Universities: 1957-1967. . . . 45

26l On-Campus Enrollments by Institution: 1958-1967 State
University System . . . . .. ..... 46

27, Percentage of On-Campus Enrollments by Institution:
1958-1967 State University System . . ..... 46

29, Origin of First-Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment
by State or Other Geographical Area and Type of
Institution: Fall 1967 . . . . ... .. 50

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Table Page

29. Origin of State University System First-Time-In-College
On-Campus Enrollment by State or Other Geographical
Area: Fall 1967 . . . . ... ... 52

30. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College On-Campus
Enrollment by County and Type of Institution:
Fall 1967 . . . . . . 54

31. Origin of State University System Florida First-
Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment by County:
Fall 1967 . . . . . . 57

32. Percentage of First-Time-In-College On-Campus
Enrollment in Each Type of Institution: 1957-1967. . .. 60

33. Percentage of First-Time-In-College Florida
On-Campus Enrollment in Each Type of Institution:
1958-1967 . . . . .. .. .61

34. Percentage of First-Time-In-College Non-Florida On-Campus
Enrollment in Each Type of Institution: 1958-1967. . .. 62

35. Origin by First-Time-In-College Enrollment by State
or Other Geographical Area: 1960-1967 . . .. 63

36. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College Enrollment
by County: 1960-1967 . ... . . .. ..... 65

37, First-Time-In-College Enrollment by Institution:
Alternate Years 1959-1967 . . . ... ... 67

38. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or
Other Geographical Areas Fall 1967 . . ... 72

39. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by
County: Fall 1967 . . . . .. ... 75

40. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or
Other Geographical Area 1961-1967 . . . .... 78

41. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by
County: 1960-1967 . . . . . .80

42. Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by Institution: 1961-1967 . 83

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Table Page

43. Enrollment Increase Since 1957 and Percentage
of Total On-Campus Enrollment by Type of
Institution: 1957-1967 . .... o ... 89

44. On-Campus Enrollment and Percentage of Increase by
Type of Institution: 1957-1967 . .......... 90

LIST OF MAPS

State Universities and Private Degree-Granting
Institutions of Florida. . ... ..... .. 7

Public and Private Junior Colleges of Florida .. .. 8











































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CHAPTER I

GENERAL INFORMATION










INTRODUCTORY REMARKS


In Florida, as in most states, there are four types of institu-

tions of higher learning: the public universities, the public junior

colleges, the private degree-granting institutions (including not only

colleges and universities, but special purpose institutions), and private

junior colleges. This report presents enrollment data by institution

and by type of institution.

In Chapter I, two Florida maps appear, the first showing the

locations of the public and private degree-granting institutions, and

the second giving the locations of the public and private junior colleges.

Also in Chapter I, changes in the listing of participating institutions

during the past year are noted.

Throughout the report, abbreviations are used, especially in

the tables, to designate institutions and enrollment terms. The reader

will find the legend of abbreviations contained in Chapter I a useful

guide.

In Chapter II, overall aspects of the statewide enrollment

picture are reviewed. Summaries of Chapters III, IV, and V treat in

successive order with the topics of enrollment by institutions, first-

time-in-college enrollment, and graduate enrollment, Chapter VI

summarizes existing trends and emerging developments revealed by the

full range of the analysis of enrollment data.

Enrollment data are given in both percentages and recorded

frequencies. Percentages were rounded to the nearest tenth (0.1%)

which in some instances leads to minor discrepancies when sub-totals

are summed.



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CHANGES IN THE ROSTER OF PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS


Two new private degree-granting institutions, one public univer-

sity, and one community junior college opened during the 1967-68 year,

These four institutions were:

Nova University (private), Fort Lauderdale
Fall, 1967 Enrollment: 21

St. Joseph College (private), Jensen Beach
Fall, 1967 Enrollment: 216

University of West Florida (public), Pensacola
Fall, 1967 Enrollment: 1,318

Valencia Junior College (public), Orlando
Fall, 1967 Enrollment: 580

Nova University, in beginning operations with an enrollment

limited to graduate students, followed a developmental plan formulated

in 1962. The University of West Florida was the second upper division

public institution of higher learning to open in Florida. The first

institution of this type, Florida Atlantic University, opened in 1964

with 867 undergraduate students. The University of West Florida

offered off-campus courses in the fall of 1966, but did not formally

schedule on-campus courses until the fall of 1967 with the enrollment

of junior year students only.

Valencia Junior College, a community college located in Orlando,

raised the number of public supported junior colleges in Florida to 26.

Hillsborough County will open a community college in the fall of 1968.

Jones College, a private junior college of business, which

previously offered courses in Jacksonville, Miami, and Orlando, announced

that its Miami facility had been closed.

A total of 58 institutions of higher learning participated in

the 1967 enrollment report, an overall increase of two institutions

over the previous year.

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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 City Junior College and
Cocoa Forest Ranger School
Lake City
2. Central Florida Junior College
Ocala 12. Lake-Sumter Junior College
Leesburg
3. Chipola Junior College
Marianna 13. Manatee Junior College
Bradenton
4. Daytona Beach Junior College
Daytona Beach 14. Miami-Dade Junior College
Miami
5. Edison Junior College
Fort Myers 15. North Florida Junior College
Madison
6. Florida Junior College
at Jacksonville 16, Okaloosa-Walton Junior College
Jacksonville Valparaiso

7. Florida Keys Junior College 17. Palm Beach Junior College
Key West Lake Worth

8. Gulf Coast Junior College 18. Pensacola Junior College
Panama City Pensacola

9. Indian River Junior College 19. Polk Junior College
Fort Pierce Bartow

10. Junior College of Broward County 20. St. Johns River Junior College
Fort Lauderdale Palatka
4







Public Community Junior Colleges (Continued)


21. St. Petersburg Junior College 24. South Florida Junior College
St. Petersburg Avon Park

22. Santa Fe Junior College 25. Tallahassee Junior College
Gainesville Tallahassee

23. Seminole Junior College 26. Valencia Junior College
Sanford Orlando


Private Degree-Granting Institutions


1. Barry College 13. Nova University
Miami Fort Lauderdale

2. Bethune-Cookman College 14. Rangling School of Art
Daytona Beach Sarasota

3. Biscayne College 15. Rollins College
Opa Locka Winter Park

4. Edward Waters College 16. Saint Joseph College
Jacksonville of Florida
Jensen Beach
5. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
Institute 17. Saint Leo College
Daytona Beach Saint Leo

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

12. New College
Sarasota



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Private Junior Colleges


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

2. Jones College
Jacksonville and Orlando


















































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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

Grad. -Graduate

Inst. Institution

JC -Junior College

PBDGI -Private Baccalaureate Degree-
Granting Institution'

PDGI -Private Degree-Granting
Institution

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


On-campus enrollment is made up of students attending classes on

the campus of the institution. Off-campus enrollment is comprised of

students attending classes in facilities not located on a campus. A

distinction between these terms is prerequisite to an understanding of

an observed trend in enrollment--the steady increase of on-campus enroll-

ment in both the public and private institutions and the sharp decline in

private off-campus enrollment.

As Table 1 shows, enrollment in higher education throughout the

state in the fall of 1967 stood at 171,940 on-campus and 6,543 off-campus'

The total enrollment of 1.71,940 in the fall of 1967, up from 156,146 in

1966, reflected a 11.0 per cent gain.

Public universities and community colleges had a combined on-campus

enrollment of 132,716 in the fall of 1967, as contrasted to an on-campus

enrollment of 119,222 in the fall of 1966. In the private institutions,

two-year and four-year combined, on-campus enrollment reached 39,224 in

1967, as compared to 36,924 a year earlier. The respective gains in the

two sectors were 11.31 per cent for the public sector, and 6.2 per cent

for the private.

Off-campus enrollment was reported to total 6,543 students. This

reflects a decrease of 344 students from the fall, 1966 high of 689 students

in private institutions. In all likelihood, a normal growth occurred in

the public sector, but changes in the method of counting students obscured

this growth. In 1966, enrollments were based on registrations per course;

in 1967, students were counted only once regardless of the number of course

registrations. No attempt has been made to compare the relative change

since fall, 1966, in the public institutions.

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For the third successive year, the state's public junior colleges

enrolled an increasing proportion of the total on-campus enrollment. In

1965, the community colleges enrolled 42.9 per cent; in 1966, the percentage

rose to 45.5 per cent; and in 1967, to 45.7 per cent, Neither the public

nor private two-year institutions enroll off-campus students.

Table 2 shows the distribution of undergraduate enrollment in each

type of higher education institution. This is followed by a Florida and

non-Florida breakdown of enrollments by type of institution (Table 3),

level of program (Table 4), and is summarized in Table 5, Origin (state,

territory, or other country) of all students enrolled is listed in

Table 6 with the figures displayed under the four types of institutions.

Figures representing students whose home state is reported to be Florida

are subdivided by county and shown in Table 7.

Ratios of public and private enrollment, expressed in percentages,

are set in order by year in Tables 8 through 12. Each table covers the

eleven-year span beginning with 1957 when the first in the series of

statewide enrollment publications was printed,

Male on-campus enrollments, expressed as a percentage of total

on-campus enrollment, are arrayed by type of institution for the years

1957 through 1967 in Table 13. The total male student population and

first-time-in-college male population in Florida colleges and universities

(Table 14) completes the list of tables for Chapter II, Report of

Statewide Enrollment.











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TABLE 1
ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FALL 1967



1 3
On-Campus Enrollment Off-Campus Enrollment

Undergraduate2 Graduate Total Total

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


FAMU 794 2,562 427 3,783 304
FAU 3,013 1,131 4,144 1,158
FSU 1,889 10,356 2,957 15,202 1,681
UF 2,561 12,225 4,218 19,004 1,562
USF 1,887 7,764 1,017 10,668 1,390
UWF 1,318 1,318 103
SUS (Total) 7,131 37,238 9,750 54.119 6,198

Public JC 30,663 47,934 78,597
Private DGI 7,619 24,113 3,902 35,634 345
Private JC 1,612 1,978 3,590

Total 47,025 111,263 13,652 171,940 6,543

1
On-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.
2
Includes students pursuing first professional degrees.
3
Excludes students enrolled in correspondence courses.











TABLE 2

UNDERGRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY
TYPE OF PROGRAM: FALL 1967

Total
Degree Terminal Under-
Institution Programs Programs Graduate

FAMU 3,213 143 3,356
FAU 3,082 -- 3,082
FSU 12,245 -- 12,245
UF 14,786 14,786
USF 9,651 -- 9,651
UWF 1,318 1,318


SUS (Total) 44,295 143 44,438
Public JC 65,016 13,581 78,597
Private PDGI 30,937 795 31,732
Private JC 2,448 1,142 3,590


Totals 142,696 15,661 158,357



TABLE 3

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES: FALL 1967

Total
Institution Florida Non-Florida Enrollment

FAMU 3,338 445 3,783
FAU 3,954 190 4,144
FSU 12,129 3,073 15,202
UF 17,050 1,954 19,004
USF 10,040 628 10,668
UWF 1,216 102 1,318


SUS (Total) 47,727 6,392 54,119
Public JC 73,541 5,056 78,597
Private BDGI 21,277 14,357 35,634
Private JC 2,940 650 3,590


Totals 145,485 26,455 171,940




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TABLE 4

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF PROGRAM: FALL 1967

Undergraduate Graduate
Florida Non-Florida % Non- Undergrad. Florida Non-Florida % Non- Grad.
Institution Enrollment Enrollment Florida Total Enrollment Enrollment Florida Total
FAMU 2,945 411 12.2 3,356 393 34 8.0 427
FAU 2,854 159 5.3 3;013 1,100 31 2.7 1,131
FSU 10,651 1,594 13.0 12,245 1,478 1,479 50.0 2,957
UF 13,765 1,021 6.9 14,786 3,285 933 22.1 4,218
USF 9,070 581 6.0 9,651 970 47 4.6 1,017
UWF 1,216 102 7.7 1,318 -- -- -- --
SUS (Total) 40,501 3,868 8.7 44,369 7,226 2,524 25.9 9,750

Comm. JC 73,541 5,056 6.4 78,597 -- -- --
Priv. PDGI 17,900 13,832 43.6 31,732 3,369 533 13.7 3,902
Priv. JC 2,940 650 18.1 3,590 -- -- -- --

Totals 134,882 23,406 14.8 158,288 10,595 3,057 22,4 13,652



TABLE 5

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1967

% 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 47,727 32.8 27.76 6,392 24.2 3.72 54,119 31.5
Comm. Junior Colleges 73,541 50.6 42.77 5,056 19.1 2.94 78,597 45.7
Private Degree-
Granting Institutions 21,269 14.6 12.37 14,365 54.3 8.35 35,634 20.7
Private Junior Colleges 2,940 2.0 1.71 650 2.4 .38 3,590 2.1

State Total 145,477 100.0 26,463 100.0 171,940 100.0











TABLE 6

ORIGIN OF TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE
OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND TYPE OF
INSTITUTION: FALL 1967


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

Alabama 347 150 224 .35 756
Alaska 4 2 37 1 44
Arizona 13 13 54 2 82
Arkansas 37 4 49 11 101
California 118 51 103 32 304

Colorado 24 13 27 5 69
Connecticut 86 137 675 24 922
Delaware 28 35 103 4 170
Dist. of Columbia 23 14 134 4 175
Florida 47,727 73,541 21,277 2;940 145,485

Georgia 767 227 506 31 1,531
Hawaii 10 1 13 -- 24
Idaho 25 16 5 -w 46
Illinois 244 204 695 42 1,185
Indiana 123 174 205 46 548

Iowa 42 37 46 -- 125
Kansas 31 17 16 3 67
Kentucky 123 62 120 16 321
Louisiana 105 29 59 3 196
Maine 28 38 88 -- 154

Maryland 136 77 400 7 620
Massachusetts 148 135 738 10 1,031
Michigan 127 126 243 7 503
Minnesota 51 25 69 5 150
Mississippi 101 23 67 3 194

Missouri 73 28 101 12 214
Montana 2 1 7 -- 10
Nebraska 15 8 19 3 45
Nevada 6 1 4 -- 11
New Hampshire 17 23 59 1 100
New Jersey 358 822 2,172 42 3,394





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TABLE 6 (Continued)

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

New Mexico 18 5 10 1 34
New York 662 993 3,183 88 4,926
North Carolina 181 74 256 9 520
North Dakota 8 4 11 -- 23
Ohio 294 266 568 47 1,175

Oklahoma 19 6 20 2 47
Oregon 11 6 10 2 29
Pennsylvania 284 289 1,227 27 1,827
Rhode Island 21 18 102 10 151
South Carolina 168 72 160 2 402

South Dakota 11 7 9 12 39
Tennessee 210 63 157 14 444
Texas 127 42 127 2 298
Utah 12 5 4 2 23
Vermont 9 11 29 1 50

Virginia 270 157 522 22 971
Washington 25 11 20 2 58
West Virginia 39 58 57 4 158
Wisconsin 69 34 114 3 220
Wyoming 4 -- 4 -- 8

.-Sub-Total 53,381 78,155 34,905 3,539 169,980


Canal Zone 11 -- 19 2 32
Guam -- 1 -- 1
Puerto Rico 47 4 80 1 132
U.S. Virgin Islands -- -- 24 -- 24

Other Countries 667 433 575 42 1,717
Unclassified 13 4 31 6 54


Total 54,119 78,597 35,634 3,590 171,940










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TABLE 7

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY AND TYPE
OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1967

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

Alachua 3,175 1,444 101 13 4,733 3.25 7.3
Baker 20 68 12 1 101 0.07 6.5
Bay 433 1,232 47 11 1,723 1.18 3.4
Bradford 84 108 20 -- 212 0.15 11.6
Brevard 1,471 4,695 2,416 15 8,597 5.91 27.5

Broward 3,521 5,204 1,015 27 9,767 6.71 3.4
Calhoun 68 93 161 0.11 3.6
Charlotte 92 118 28 1 239 0.17 18.3
Citrus 73 93 9 -- 175 0.12 5.4
00Clay 133 320 59 18 530 0.37 4.5

Collier 139 204 45 3 391 0,27 23.0
Columbia 160 370 33 3 566 0.39 4.4
Dade 6,542 18,472 6,746 24 31,784 21.85 15.6
DeSoto 49 51 22 122 0.08 -32.2
Dixie 15 57 -- 72 0.05 -36.3

Duval 2,988 4,985 2,919 505 11,397 7.83 12.5
Escambia 1,250 3,461 77 1 4,789 3.29 11.7
Flagler 12 37 9 1 59 0.04 -18.1
Franklin 49 50 10 1 110 0.08 37.5
Gadsden 337 207 38 3 585 0.40 12.1

Gilchrist 34 41 1 1 77 0.05 8.5
Glades 12 12 7 1 32 0.02 28.0












TABLE 7 (Continued)

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

Gulf 67 135 5 5 212 0.15 1.0
Hamilton 44 55 9 -- 108 0.07 -14.3
Hardee 85 137 22 5 249 0.17 19.1

Hendry 51 45 13 -- 109 0.07 4.8
Hernando 110 55 14 6 185 0.13 4.5
Highlands 137 273 41 20 471 0.32 8.0
Hillsborough 6,044 2,214 1,148 86 9,492 6.52 5.7
Holmes 73 125 2 -- 200 0.14 0.5

Indian River 201 280 61 15 557 0.38 12.8
Jackson 278 492 16 -- 786 0.54 5.9
Jefferson 121 45 9 2 177 0.12 2.3
Lafayette 17 36 2 -- 55 0.04 1.8
Lake 440 732 157 27 1,356 0M93 7.7

Lee 511 833 76 3 1,423 0,98 5.1
Leon 2,838 1,139 29 7 4,013 2.76 1.7
Levy 77 94 4 2 177 0.12 -10.6
Liberty 11 19 2 -- 32 0,02 3.2
Madison 125 238 19 1 383 0.26 1.5

Manatee 487 970 90 6 1,553 1.07 1.0
Marion 503 830 88 2 1,423 0,98 1.6
Martin 101 158 70 2 331 0.23 21,2
Monroe 181 593 65 1 840 0,58 0.2
Nassau 125 133 35 8 301 0.21 3.2

Okaloosa 501 1,391 16 6 1,914 1.32 30.3
Okeechobee 33 59 14 1 107 0.07 9.3
Orange 2,428 1,733 2,102 1,719 7,982 5.49 13.3
Osceola 115 75 38 52 280 0.19 11.1
Palm Beach 2,430 4,018 394 50 6,892 4.74 1.4












TABLE 7 (Continued)

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

Pasco 256 165 41 14 476 0.33 7.0
Pinellas 3,524 5,861 708 20 10,113 6.95 7.7
Polk 1,536 2,277 666 52 4,531 3.11 9.4
Putnam 205 479 46 6 736 0.51 0.4
Saint Johns 141 337 201 14 693 0.48 9.3

Saint Lucie 451 522 64 2 1,039 0.71 8.3
Santa Rosa 338 597 11 2 948 0.65 15.9
Sarasota 636 1,062 139 13 1,850 1.27 12.7
Seminole 284 739 251 113 1,387 0.95 25.2
Sumter 84 143 9 -- 236 0.16 2.9

Suwannee 114 150 14 -- 278 0.19 -14.5
Taylor 124 215 4 1 344 0.24 43.9
Union 35 175 1 1 212 0.15 2.4
Volusia 943 2,130 789 25 3,887 2.67 1.8
0Wakulla 33 41 1 -- 75 0.05 3.8

Walton 127 261 5 393 0.27 25.2
Washington 103 152 2 -- 257 0.18 33.9

Unclassified 2 6 170 22 200 0.14 -33.3


Total 47,727 73,541 21,277 2,940 145,485 100.00


*Comparison of County Enrollments 1966-67













TABLE 8

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1967

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

1967 31.5 45.7 77.2 20.7 2.1 22,8













TABLE 9

PERCENTAGE OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH TYPE
OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1967

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

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

1958 43.3 18.6 61.9 34.6 3.5 38.1

1959 40.8 21.5 62.3 33.9 3.8 37.7

1960 41.5 27.4 68.9 28.8 2.3 31.1

1961 38.5 32.8 71.3 26.4 2.3 28.7

1962 .38.7 36.2 74.9 23.0 2.1 25.1

1963 32.5 42.5 75.0 21.7 3.2 24.9

1964 32.8 44.1 76.9 20.9 2.2 23.1

1965 32.2 47.1 79.3 18.5 2.2 20.7

1966 32.2 49.9 82.1 15.9 1.9 17.8

1967 32.8 50.5 8.3..3 14.6 ..... 1.9 16.6













TABLE 10

PERCENTAGE OF NON-FLORIDA TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1967

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

1957 30.0% 1.6% 31.6% 66.4% 2.0% 68.4%

1958 31.5 2.0 33.5 64.1 2.4 66.5

1959 32.9 3.0 35.9 61.7 2.4 64.1

1960 31.3 2.9 34.2 63.5 2.3 65.8

1961 31.2 4.8 36.0 61.2 2.8 64.0

1962 32.3 6.9 39.2 58.8 2.0 60.8

1963 33.7 8.2 41.9 56.2 1.9 58.1

1964 33.9 8.4 42.3 55.4 2.4 57.8

1965 29.8 14.8 44.6 52.7 2.8 55.5

1966 24.2 21.1 45.3 52.3 2.3 54.6

1967 24.2 19.1 43.2 54.3 2.4 56.7













TABLE 11

FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1967

Comm.
Fall SUS Coll. Priv. DGI Priv. JC All Inst.'s
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

1967 47,727 88.2 73,541 93.6 21,277 59.7 2,940 81.9 145,485 84.6


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














TABLE 12

NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1967

Comm.
Fall SUS Coll. Priv. BDGI 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
LU
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

1967 6,392 11.8 5,056 6.4 14,365 40.3 650 18.1 26,463 15.4


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










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P:RCfL IA~E OF MALE ON=CAMPUS ENROLLMENT TO TOTAL FTi-U f:;
BY TYPE OF I-"S ZI:lf,: 1958-1967

Institution 1,958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1 _.j 196 1965 11'. 1967

SUS 65,3% 64,1% 63i,%; 61,9% 60,8% 60.4% 60.2% 60.2% 60.0% 58,4%
Comm, Jr Colleges 62.6 61.8 61.0 58,1 59,0 60,3 59,8 60.8 60,3 60,8
Private Degree-
Granting Institutions 62,6 61,8 61.0 58.1 59.8 60,3 59,1 57.7 60,0 63.3
Private Jr. Colleges 54.1 46.9 65,6 64.4 65,7 63,3 58.7 57.5 55,0 57.6
Total 62,8 62,1 61.3 60.0 60,0 58,9 59.7 59.8 60,0 60,5


TABLE 14

TOTAL MALE ENROLLMENT AND FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE MALE ENROLLMENT
IN FLORIDA'S COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES: FALL 1967

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

FAMU 1,891 50,0 3,783 445 56,0 794
FAU 2,427 58.6 4,144
FSU 8,529 56.1 15,202 857 46.0 1,862
UF 12,515 65.9 19,004 1,461 57.1 2,561
USF 5,820 54.6 10,668 1,021 54.1 1,887
UWF 774 58.7 1,318 .
SUS Total 31,596 58.4 54,11-9 3,784 53,3 7,104

Comm. Jr. Colleges 47,790 60.8 78,597 18,182 59.3 30,663
Private Degree-
Granting Institutions 22,565 63.3 35,634 4,399 58.8 7,476
Private Jr. Colleges 2,067 57,6 3,590 881 54.7 1,612
Totals 104,018 60.5 171,940 27,246 58,2 46,855































CHAPTER III

ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTIONS








ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTION


Contained in this chapter are enrollment data for 32 public and

26 private institutions of higher education in Florida. All of the

participating institutions award degrees. Twenty-nine junior colleges,

public and private, offer curricula leading to the associate degree,

while the remaining 29 public and private institutions offer the

baccalaureate or higher degree. Jones College, formerly reported in

the classification of institutions offering the baccalaureate degree,

has been grouped with other private colleges offering the first two

years of college study.

For the second consecutive year, 15 Florida institutions enrolled

more than 2,500 on-campus students. Table 15 lists each institution in

rank order according to enrollment size. Miami-Dade Junior College, for

the second year, heads the list composed of seven public junior colleges,

five public universities, and three private baccalaureate degree-granting

institutions. Table 16 groups the various types of institutions of higher

learning in the state into categories of enrollment size.

Total on-campus enrollment, first-time-in-college enrollment, and

terminal enrollments are shown in Tables 17, 18, and 19. The first of

these three tables has institutional figures by male and female, while

the next two tables contain only total figures by type of institution.

Table 18 shows frequencies, and Table 19 shows the same data expressed

as percentages. Terminal enrollment denotes a college-grade enrollment

in a terminal or technical program consisting of curriculums of at least

one year, but less than four years. First-time-in-college enrollment

includes all new freshmen level students who have not previously been

enrolled in any institution of higher learning.


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Florida and non-Florida enrollment figures by institution for fall,

1967 are given in Table 20, as well as the percentages that non-Florida

enrollment are of total on-campus enrollments. Beginning with 1959, the

alternate year total on-campus enrollments by institution through 1967 are

presented in Table 21.

Emphasis in reporting enrollment shifts in the remaining tables

of this chapter to only those students enrolled in the six state universi-

ties of Florida and to the geographic origin of these students. To remain

consistent with the other chapters in this report, all 50 states are listed,

followed by the distribution of Florida's students by county. When Florida

and non-Florida data are presented, the Florida information precedes the

non-Florida.

The geographic origins of non-Florida students attending a state

university in Florida are set forth in Table 22, and the home counties of

Florida students who were enrolled in on-campus courses in the same

institutions appear in Table 23. A yearly ledger of Florida (Table 24)

and non-Florida (Table 25) enrollments in the state public universities

since 1957 has been included. Institutional totals of this data (Florida

and non-Florida) are contained in Tables 26 and 27, beginning with the

year 1958. The first (Table 26) lists frequencies and the second (Table 27)

gives percentages. Also included is a table (Table 28) showing the propor-

tion that non-Florida enrollments are of total undergraduate and total

graduate enrollments in the state universities for the years 1959-1967.












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TABLE 15

INSTITUTIONS ENROLLING MORE THAN 2,500 ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS
BY RAKs: 'ALL 1967

Institution Enrollment

Miami-Dade Junior College 21,661
University of Florida 19,004
Florida State University 15,202

University of Miami 12,674
University of South Florida 10,668
St. Petersburg Junior College 8,859

Brevard Junior College 4,962
Palm Beach Junior College 4,664
Junior College of Broward County 4,513

Pensacola Junior College 4,400
Florida Atlantic University 4,144
Florida A & M University 3,783

Rollins College 3,589
Jacksonville University 2,627



TABLE 16

FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNi,'G BY T,'FE AND ENROLLMENT
FALL 1967

Pub, Fr.v, Priv.
Enrollment SoU.S, Jr, Col. BDGI Jr. Col. Total.

499 or under 1 8 2 11
500-999 4 5 9
1,000-1,999 1 11 5 2 19
2,000-2,999 -- 3 3 -- 6
3,000-3,999 1 "- 1 2
4,000-4,999 1 5 6
5,000-5,999
6,000-6,999
7,000-7,999 --
8,000-8,999 -- 1 1
9,000-9,999 -- -
10,000-11,999 1 -- -- 1
12,000-13,999 -- 1 -- 1
14,000-15,999 1 -- 1
16,000-17,999
18,000-19,999 1 -- 1
20,000 or more -- 1 -- 1

Total 6 26 23 4 59*


* Jones College two branches included
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TABLE 17

ON-CAMPUS EILROLuFTJr IN FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES BY INSTITUTION,
TYPE OF ENROLLMENT, AND SEX. FALL 1967


On-Campus First-Frt Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Students
M F T M F T M F T

State University System

FAMU 1,891 1,892 3,783 445 349 794 141 2 143
FAU 2,427 1,717 4,144
FSU 8,529 6,673 15,202 857 1,005 1,862
UF 12,515 6,489 19,004 1,461 1,100 2,561
USF 5,820 4,848 10,668 1,021 866 1,887
UWF 774 544 1,318

Public Junior Colleges

Brevard JC 3,153 1,809 4,962 1,730 1,093 2,823 531 349 880
Central Florida JC 708 487 1,195 280 208 488 160 115 275
Chipola JC 643 538 1,181 296 202 498 20 43 63
Daytona Beach JC 1,429 894 2,323 451 327 778 325 183 508
Edison JC 735 476 1,211 193 341 534 61 55 116
Fla, JC at Jacksonville 2,554 1,739 4,293 1,024 713 1,737 365 251 616
Florida Keys JC 361 200 561 124 54 178 34 62 96
Gulf Coast JC 959 558 1,517 396 214 610 76 100 176
Indian River JC 616 462 1,078 303 221 524 66 108 174
JC of Broward Co. 2,882 1,631 4,513 1,024 597 1,621 854 584 1,438
Lake City JC and
Forest Ranger School 650 342 992 248 137 385 196 98 294
Lake Sumter JC 476 433 909 193 178 371 71 54 125
Manatee JC 1,321 953 2,274 640 468 1,108 341 294 635
Miami-Dade JC 13,922 7,739 21,661 4,688 2,747 7,435 3,191 1,317 4,508
North Florida JC 592 480 1,072 267 183 450 22 53 75
Okaloosa-Walton JC 848 585 1,433 313 196 509 29 30 59
Palm Beach JC 2,508 2,156 4,664 866 847 1,713 533 617 1,150
Pensacola JC 2,587 1,813 4,400 975 708 1,683 109 209 318
Polk JC 1,376 1,032 2,408 553 385 938 237 275 512










TABLE 17(Continued)


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

St. Johns JC 931 570 1,501 313 195 508 116 26 142
St. Petersburg JC 5,200 3,659 8,859 1,878 1,439 3,317 608 591 1,199
Santa Fe JC 970 811 1,781 398 352 750 45 70 115
Seminole JC 1,119 450 1,569 480 209 689
South Florida JC 198 164 362 100 65 165 16 20 36
Tallahassee JC 770 528 1,298 235 170 405 37 34 71
Valencia JC 282 298 580 214 232 446

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 125 1,055 1,180 -- 170 170
Bethune-Cookman C. 454 601 1,055 135 174 390
Biscayne C. 363 -- 363 134 -- 134
Edward Waters C. 449 465 914 146 104 250
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
Institute 716 5 721 307 4 311 333 333
Florida Beacon C. 40 13 53 10 1 11 6 2 8
Florida Inst. of Tech. 1,836 76 1,912 566 29 595
Florida Memorial C. 231 389 620 85 112 197
Florida Presbyterian C. 417 503 920 129 208 337
Florida Southern C. 797 860 1,657 228 256 484
Jacksonville U. 1,534 1,093 2,627 270 175 445 22 22
New C. 146 112 258 60 52 112
Nova U. 19 2 21 -
Ringling School of Art 228 196 424 155 228 196 424
Rollins C. 2,407 1,182 3,589 258 226 484
St. Joseph C. 126 90 216 106 46 152 -- 8 8
St. Leo C. 870 281 1,151 98 263 361 -
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul 90 -- 90 -
South-Eastern Bible C. 295 247 542 119 129 248
Stetson U. 1,367 945 2,312 213 209 422










TABLE 17(Continued)

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

U. of Miami 8,619 4,055 12,674 1,188 675 1,863 --
U. of Tampa 1,436 806 2,242 347 190 537 -- --
Webber C. -- 93 93 -- 42 42 -

Private Junior Colleges

Florida C. 213 172 385 100 105 205
Jones C.
Jacksonville Div. 552 266 818 282 122 404 450 264 714
Orlando Div. 171 106 277 106 73 179 171 106 277
Marymount C. 20 319 339 10 206 216 -- 54 54
Orlando JC 1,111 660 1,771 383 225 608 20 77 97


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TABLE 18

TOTAL ENROLLMENT, FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT AND TERMINAL ENROLLMENT
BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION AND SEX: FALL 1967

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

SUS 31,956 22,163 54,119 3,784 3,320 7,104 141 2 143
JC 47,790 30,807 78,597 18,182 12,481 30,663 8,043 5,538 13,581
BDGI 22,565 13,069 35,634 4,399 3,065 7,619* 567 228 795
Priv, JC 2,067 1,523 3,590 881 731 1,612 641 501 1,142
Grand Total. 104,378 67,562 171,940 27,246 19,597 46,998* 9,392 6,269 15,661

*Includes 155 students whose sex was not indicated.


TABLE 19

PERCENTAGE OF ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
> BY INSTITUTION, TYPE OF ENROLLMENT, AND SEX: FALL 1967


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

SUS 18.59 12.89 31.48 8.05 7.06 15.12 .90 .01 .91
JC 27.80 17.92 45.72 38.69 26.56 65.24 51.36 35.36 86.72
BDGI 13.13 7.60 20.73 9.36 6.52 16.21* 3.62 1.46 5.08
Priv. JC 1.20 .89 2.09 1.87 1.56 3.43 4.09 3.20 7,29

Grand Total 60.72 39.30 -- 57.97 41.70 -- 59.97 40,03

% of Total Enrollment 60.72 39.30 15.85 11.40 27.33* 5.46 3.65 9,11

*Includes 155 students whose sex was not indicated.










TABLE 20

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS FROM FLORIDA, OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES BY
INSTITUTION: FALL 1967

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

State University System

FAMU 3,338 438 7 3,783 11.76
FAU 3,954 162 28 4,144 4.58
FtL' 12,129 2,855 218 15,202 20.21
UF 17,050 1,528 426 19,004 10.28
USF 10,040 570 58 10,668 5.89
UWF 1,216 101 1 1,318 7.74

Public Junior Colleges

Brevard JC 4,787 166 9 4,962 3.53
Central Fla, JC 1,124 63 8 1,195 5.94
Chipola JC 1,120 59 2 1,181 5.17
Daytona Beach JC 2,244 73 6 2,323 3.40
Edison JC 1,095 113 3 1,211 9.58
Fla. JC of Jacksonville 4,255 35 3 4,293 0.89
Fla, Keys JC 546 13 2 561 2.67
Gulf Coast JC 1,426 88 3 1,517 6.00
Indian River JC 981 94 3 1,078 9.00
JC of Broward Co. 4,351 151 11 4,513 3.59
Lake City JC 881 110 1 992 11.19
Lake-Sumter JC 897 11 1 909 1.32
Manatee JC 2,155 114 5 2,274 5.23
Miami-Dade JC 19,220 2,179 262 21,661 11.27
North Fla. JC 953 112 7 1,072 11.10
Okaloosa-Walton JC 1,423 10 1,433 0.70
Palm Beach JC 4,418 230 16 4,664 5.27
Pensacola JC 4,222 175 3 4,400 4.05
Polk JC 2,383 25 2,408 1.04
St, Johns River JC 1,448 41 12 1,501 3.53
St, Petersburg JC 8,150 653 56 8,859 8.00
Santa Fe JC 1,714 45 22 1,781 3.76
Seminole JC 1,560 9 = 1,569 0.57
South Fla, JC 358 4 362 1.10
Tallahassee JC 1,256 35 7 1,298 3.24
Valencia JC 574 6 580 1.03





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TABLE 20 (Continued)


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

Private Degree Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 990 160 30 1,180 16.10
Bethune-Cookman C. 889 157 9 1,055 15.73
Biscayne C. 85 271 7 363 76,58
Edward Waters C, 869 43 2 914 4.92
Embry Riddle Aero, Inst. 100 562 59 721 86,13
Florida Beacon C. 27 17 9 53 49.06
Florida Inst. of Tech, 1,492 411 9 1,912 21.97
Florida Memorial C, 544 27 49 620 12.26
Florida Presbyterian C. 519 372 29 920 43.59
Florida Southern C, 1,081 541 35 1,657 34,76
Jacksonville U. 1,955 649 23 2,627 25,58
New College 36 219 3 258 86,05
Nova U. 8 11 2 21 61.90
Ringling School of Art 133 281 10 424 68.63
Rollins College 2,873 681 35 3,589 19.95
St. Joseph C. of Fla. 74 130 12 216 65.74
St. Leo College 272 866 13 1,151 76,37
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul 64 17 9 90 28.89
South-Eastern Bible C. 189 352 1 542 65,13
Stetson U. 1,761 518 33 2,312 23,83
U. of Miami 6,192 6,165 317 12,674 51.14
U. of Tampa 1,104 1,110 28 2,242 50.76
Webber C. 20 68 5 93 78,49

Private Junior Colleges

Florida C. 119 254 12 385 69,09
Jones College:
Jacksonville Div. 766 44 8 818 6,36
Orlando Div. 273 3 1 277 1.44
Marymount C. 110 208 21 339 67.55
Orlando JC 1,672 90 9 1,771 5.59










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TABLE 21

TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION:
ALTERNATE YEARS 1959 1967

Institution 1959 1961 1963 1965 1967

State University System

FAMU 2,824 2,768 2,884 3,588 3,783
FAU -- -- 2,392 4,144
FSU 8,179 9,835 11,061 13,200 15,202
UF 12,710 13,634 14,810 16,874 19,004
USF -- 2,982 4,593 7,792 10,668
UWF- -- -- 1,318

Public Junior Colleges

Brevard JC -- 1,248 2,103 3,660 4,962
Central Florida JC 469 615 862 1,343 1,195
Chipola JC 416 709 747 1,369 1,181
Daytona Beach JC 710 908 1,350 2,364 2,323
Edison JC -- 674 953 1,211
Fla. JC at Jacksonville 4,293
Florida Keys JC -- -- 603 561
Gulf Coast JC 410 661 887 1,352 1,517
Indian River JC -- 487 617 970 1,078
JC of Broward Co. -- 1,388 2,450 3,996 4,513
Lake City JC -- -- 491 908 992
Lake-Sumter JC -- -- 402 921 909
Manatee JC 633 993 1,427 2,052 2,274
Miami-Dade JC 3,341 11,061 14,513 21,661
North Florida JC 303 472 514 918 1,072
Okaloosa-Walton JC -- -- 1,078 1,433
Palm Beach JC 1,384 2,111 3,084 4,514 4,664
Pensacola JC 1,766 2,647 3,098 3,969 4,400
Polk JC -- -- 1,830 2,408
St. Johns River JC 324 540 982 2,383 1,501
St. Petersburg JC 3,116 3,934 5,036 7,918 8,859
Santa Fe JC -- -- 1,781
Seminole JC -- -- -- -- 1,569
South Florida JC -- -- -- 362
Tallahassee JC -- -- -- -- 1,298
Valencia JC -- -- -- 580







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TABLE 21 (Continued)

Institution 1959 1961 1963 1965 1967

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 786 799 848 1,072 1,180
Bethune-Cookman C. 700 680 831 942 1,055
Biscayne C. -- -- 51 262 363
Edward Waters C. 623 743 726 908 914
Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. -- -- 210 191 721
Florida Beacon C. -- -- -- 27 53
Florida Inst. of Tech. -- -- 772 1,047 1,912
Florida Memorial C. 280 332 377 427 620
Florida Presbyterian C. -- 259 589 789 920
Florida Southern C. 2,646 1,985 1,848 1,674 1,657
Jacksonville U. 2,050 1,733 2,210 2,694 2,627
New College -- -- -- 171 258
Nova Univ. 21
Ringling School of Art -- -- 342 359 424
Rollins C. 1,352 1,571 2,606 3,241 3,589
St. Joseph C. of Florida 216
St. Leo College 115 261 404 807 1,151
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul -- -- -- 58 90
South-Eastern Bible C. -- -- 247 340 542
Stetson U. 1,789 2,112 2,081 2,327 2,312
U. of Miami 12,873 13,297 11,567 12,347 12,674
U. of Tampa 1,742 2,617 2,495 2,655 2,242
Webber C. 84 80 90 100 93

Private Junior Colleges

Florida C. 240 266 285 426 385
Jones C.
Jacksonville Div. -- -- 645 500 818
Orlando Div. -- -- 327 192 277
Marymount C. -- -- 91 325 339
Orlando JC 1,071 1,228 1,610 2,373 1,771


*Enrolled 34 junior college students in 1964












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TABLE 22

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEGiRAPHICAL AREA: FALL 1967

State or Other
Geographical
Area FAMJ FAU FSU UF USF UWF Total

Alabama 47 4 207 54 13 22 347
Alaska -- 3 -- 1 -- 4
Arizona -- -- 7 6 -- -- 13
Arkansas 1 -- 24 11 -- 1 37
California 2 2 65 40 6 3 118

Colorado 1 1 12 8 2 -- 24
Connecticut 11 7 28 24 14 2 86
Delaware 1 -- 15 10 2 -- 28
Dist. of Columbia 14 -- -- 5 4 -- 23
Florida 3,338 3,954 12,129 17,050 10,040 1,216 47,727

Georgia 103 8 475 157 16 8 767
Hawaii -- -- 7 2 1 -- 10
Idaho -- 24 1 -- 25
Illinois 5 8 103 75 50 3 244
Indiana 10 5 58 29 17 4 123

Iowa -- 32 7 3 -- 42
Kansas -- 1 18 6 6 -- 31
Kentucky -- 1 65 47 8 2 123
Louisiana 6 -- 69 24 2 4 105
Maine -- 1 16 7 4 -- 28

Maryland 5 -- 57 52 21 1 136
Massachusetts 5 6 70 31 33 3 148
Michigan 3 5 62 39 14 4 127
Minnesota -- 3 30 9 6 3 51
Mississippi 11 1 65 16 2 6 101

Missouri 1 4 25 25 17 1 73
Montana -- 1 -- -- 1 2
Nebraska -- -- 7 7 -- 1 15
Nevada -- -- 2 3 1 -- 6
New Hampshire 1 -- 8 3 5 -- 17
New Jersey 43 20 121 125 47 2 358







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TABLE 22 (Continued)


State or Other
Geographical
Area FAMU FAU FSU UF USF UWF Total

New Mexico -- 1 8 6 3 -- 18
New York 70 45 257 195 89 6 662
North Carolina 12 5 96 57 9 2 181
North Dakota -- -- 5 2 1 -- 8
Ohio 8 17 139 76 49 5 294

Oklahoma -- -- 13 6 -- -- 19
Oregon -- -- 4 4 3 -- 11
Pennsylvania 33 7 131 74 33 6 284
Rhode Island -- 1 10 5 4 1 21
South Carolina 10 1 86 57 13 1 168

South Dakota -- -- 7 3 -- 1 11
Tennessee 12 -- 131 54 12 1 210
Texas 5 1 79 30 9 3 127
Utah -- -- 11 -- 1 12
Vermont -- -- 6 1 2 -- 9

Virginia 15 3 126 95 29 2 270
Washington 2 2 6 8 6 1 25
West Virginia -- -- 26 9 4 -- 39
Wisconsin 1 2 35 22 8 1 69
Wyoming -- -- 3 1 -- -- 4

State Totals 3,776 4,116 14,984 18,578 10,610 1,317 53,381


Canal Zone -- 7 -- 4 -- -- 11
Guam -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico -- 1 28 18 -- -- 47
U.S. Virgin Islands -- -- -- -- -- --

Other Countries 7 20 190 404 45 1 667
Unclassified -- -- -- -- 13 -- 13


Total 3,783 4,144 15,202 19,004 10,668 1,318 54,119











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TABLE 23

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY: FALL 1967


% of
County FAMU FAU FSU UF USF UWF. Total Total

Alachua 50 9 115 2,958 37 6 3,175 6.65
Baker -- -- 4 15 -- 1 20 .04
Bay 40 2 218 110 12 51 433 .91
Bradford 6 1 17 59 1 -- 84 .18
Breva'rd 23 82 397 714 240 15 1,471 3.08

Broward 112 1,287 752 1,180 173 17 3,521 7.38
Calhoun 5 1 48 10 2 2 68 .14
Charlotte 1 -- 36 21 33 1 92 .19
Citrus 3 1 13 28 27 1 73 .15
Clay 2 2 39 81 5 4 133 .28

Collier 3 16 42 56 19 3 139 .29
Columbia 14 6 42 91 4 3 160 .34
Dade 230 974 1,625 3,076 579 58 6,542 13.71
DeSoto 10 -- 4 22 12 1 49 .10
Dixie -- -- 4 11 -- -- 15 .03

Duval 410 27 990 1,253 289 19 2,988 6,26
Escambia 102 2 318 232 10 586 1,250 2.62
Flagler 1 -- 6 3 2 -- 12 .03
Franklin 13 -- 30 4 -- 2 49 .10
Gadsden 170 -- 116 42 6 3 337 .71

Gilchrist -- 11 18 2 3 34 .07
Glades -- 1 1 7 2 1 12 .03
Gulf 11 -- :34 11 3 8 67 .14
Hamilton 15 -- 17 10 1 1 44 .09
Hardee 2 1 22 21 33 6 85 .18











TABLE 23 (Continued)

% of
County FAMU FAU FSU UF USF UWF Tctal Total

Hendry 7 6 15 14 8 1 51 .11
Hernando 10 2 30 24 44 -- 110 ,23
Highlands 11 6 24 60 33 3 137 .29
Hillsborough 171 16 512 744 4,593 8 6,044 12,66
Holmes 9 -- 27 23 -- 14 73 .15

Indian River 14 23 61 69 29 5 201 .42
Jackson 56 -- 142 57 -- 23 278 .58
Jefferson 61 1 47 11 1 -- 121 .25
Lafayette -- -- 9 8 -- -- 17 .04
Lake 39 10 144 192 53 2 440 .92

Lee 8 49 144 181 118 11 511 1,07
Leon 874 2 1,845 85 26 6 2,838 5,95
Levy 7 -- 18 48 3 1 77 .16
Liberty 3 -- 6 1 -- 1 11 .02
Madison 45 3 52 20 1 4 125 .26

Manatee 25 12 140 134 162 14 487 1.02
Marion 85 7 103 275 25 8 503 1.05
Martin 7 25 20 40 8 1 101 .21
Monroe 6 28 43 77 22 5 181 .38
Nassau 17 -- 58 46 3 1 125 .26

Okaloosa 2 1 256 131 17 94 501 1,05
Okeechobee -- 7 18 7 1 -- 33 .07
Orange 97 43 695 1,048 539 6 2,428 5.09
Osceola 4 -- 26 40 44 1 115 .24
Palm Beach 71 1,095 453 730 76 5 2,430 5.09

Pasco 6 2 38 58 152 -- 256 .54
Pinellas 86 30 830 944 1,611 23 3,524 7.38













TABLE 23 (Continued)

% of
County FAMU FAU FSU UF USF UWF Total Total

Polk 115 23 372 501 521 4 1,536 3.22
Putnam 17 6 53 117 9 3 205 .43
Saint Johns 11 6 71 38 14 1 141 .30
Saint Lucie 48 52 63 279 6 3 451 .94
Santa Rosa 8 1 51 162 3 113 338 .71

Sarasota 20 23 248 99 236 10 636 1.33
Seminole 28 8 95 100 51 2 284 .60
Sumter 13 -- 18 37 16 -- 84 .18
Suwannee 19 1 48 45 -- 1 114 .24
Taylor 26 -- 54 31 7 6 124 .26

Union 1 -- 8 26 -- -- 35 .07
Volusia 41 54 280 449 115 4 943 1.98
SWakulla 12 -- 19 1 -- 1 33 .07
Walton 23 -- 43 28 1 32 127 .27
Washington 12 -- 49 35 -- 7 103 .22

Unclassified -- -- -- 2 -- -- 2


Total 3,338 3,954 12,129 17,050 10,040 1,216 47,727














TABLE 24

FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1957-1967


Fall FAMU FAU FSU UF USF UWF
of Enrol. % 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

1967 3,338 88.2 3,954 95.4 12,129 79.8 17,050 89.7 10,040 94.1 1,216 92.3














TABLE 25

NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1957-1967


Fall FAMU FAU FSU UF USF UIT
of Enrol. % 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

1967 445 11.8 190 4.6 3,073 20.2 1,954 11.3 628 5.9 102 7.7














TABLE 26

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION: 1958-1967
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM

Institution 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

FAMU 2,748 2,824 2,943 2,768 2,794 2,884 3,265 3,588 3,482 3,783
FAU -- -- 867 2,392 3,482 4,144
FSU 7,515 8,179 9,019 9,835 10,391 11,162 12,135 13,200 14,319 15,202
UF 12,306 12,710 13,100 13,634 13,826 14,810 15,701 16,874 18,039 19,004
USF 1,991 2,982 3,664 4,593 6,498 7,795 9,050 10,668
UWF -- -- -- -- 1,318


22,569 23,713 27,053 29,219 30,675 33,449 38,466 43,849 48,372 54,119
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TABLE 27

PERCENTAGE OF ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION: 1957=1967
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM


Institution 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

FAMU 12.17 11.90 10.87 9.47 9.10 8.62 8.48 8.18 7.19 6.99
FAU -- -- 2.25 5.45 7.19 7.66
FSU 33.29 34.49 33.33 33.65 33.87 33.37 31.54 30.10 29.60 28.09
UF 54.52 53.59 48.42 46.66 45.07 44.27 40.81 38.48 37.29 35.16
USF 7.35 10.20 11.94 13.73 16.89 17.77 18.70 19.71
UWF ..- ...- -. -- 2.44






























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 institu-

tion of higher learning does not constitute a first-time-in-college

enrollment.

The number of first-time-in-college students in Florida's

institutions was 47,068 in the fall of 1967. This represented 27.4% of

the state's total on-campus enrollment. Florida furnished 83% (39,081)

of the total first-time-in-college students, while 16% (7,528) of the

students came from the remaining 49 states and 1% (460) from other

geographical areas. Dade County accounted for almost 20% of the total

first-time-in-college enrollment from Florida counties,

In Table 28, the origin of first-time-in-college by state or

other geographical area is presented. The four types of institutions

of higher learning entered by the first-time-in-college students, as

well as the total by state or geographical area for the fall term, are

reported. Table 29 is similar to Table 28 in that it reports first-

time-in-college by state and other geographical area. Table 29, however,

relates to first-time-in-college enrollments for the State University

System only. In addition to the total number of students enrolled by

state, territory, or other country, a percentage of the total university

system's first-time-in-college enrollment is provided for each, Florida

Atlantic University and the University of West Florida are upper division

institutions in the State University System and do not enroll students who

are entering college for the first time, In Table 30, the number of



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students entering the various types of institutions from each county is

reported.

First-time-in-college enrollment of students whose origin

(geographic area of residence) was reported as being one of Florida's 67

counties in the institutions of the State University System is presented

in Table 31. Although Dade County accounted for almost 20% of the

Florida first-time-in-college enrollment, Hillsborough County had the

largest representation within the public university system.

Public and private colleges and universities total first-time-

in-college enrollment expressed as percentages for the years 1.957 through

1967 is shown in Table 32. For the years 1958 through 1967, the Florida

percentages are shown in Table 33 and non-Florida in Table 34.

Origin of first-time-in-college enrollment by state or other

geographical area for 1960 through 1967 is presented in Table 35 and by

Florida counties for the same years in Table 36.

Table 37 shows total first-time-in-college enrollment in four

state universities, twenty-six community colleges, twenty-two baccalaureate

degree-granting institutions and four private junior colleges for the

alternate years 1959 through 1967.




















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TABLE 28

ORIGIN OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE
OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION:
FALL 1967


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


Alabama 47 63 47 22 179
Alaska -- -- 3 1 4
Arizona 2 7 6 .1 16
Arkansas 1 2 6 8 17
California 8 22 24 19 73

Colorado 6 6 8 3 23
Connecticut 10 59 236 14 319
Delaware 5 17 40 2 64
Dist. of Columbia 13 9 41 2 65
Florida 6,322 28,290 3,243 1,226 89,,.081

Georgia 156 109 155 13 433
Hawaii -- 1 7 -- 8
Idaho 1 -8 2 -- 11
Illinois 40 100 183 26 349
Indiana 16 67 64 20 167

Iowa 1 18 16 -- 35
Kansas 3 3 2 1 9
Kentucky 14 36 29 7 86
Louisiana 6 11 17 3 37
Maine 6 20 41 -- 67

Maryland 17 32 147 4 200
Massachusetts 13 81 246 8 348
Michigan 12 52 59 3 126
Minnesota 1 10 24 5 40
Mississippi 9 10 26 -- 45

Missouri 7 15 41 11 74
Montana -- -
Nebraska -- 1 9 1 11
Nevada 1 1 1 -- 3
New Hampshire 2 11 21 1 35





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TABLE 28 (Continued)

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

New Jersey 62 454 745 27 1,288
New Mexico 4 1 4 1 10
New York 95 490 900 57 1,542
North Carolina 20 35 81 7 143
North Dakota -- 2 1 -- 3

Ohio 45 110 188 28 371
Oklahoma 2 -- 4 1 7
Oregon -- 5 3 2 10
Pennsylvania 40 135 374 13 562
Rhode Island -- 10 17 4 31

South Carolina 24 38 52 4 118
South Dakota 1 3 4 -- 8
Tennessee 23 29 56 12 120
Texas 7 13 36 7 63
Utah 2 1 1 -- 4

Vermont 2 7 9 -- 18
Virginia 35 76 196 11 318
Washington 2 5 8 2 17
West Virginia 3 20 16 3 42
Wisconsin 8 14 36 1 59
Wyoming -- -- 3 -- 3

State Totals 7,094 30,509 7,418 1,581 46,662


Canal Zone -- -- 6 -- 6
Guam -- 1 -- -- 1
Puerto Rico 2 2 20 1 25
U.S. Virgin Islands -- -- 1 -- 1

Other Countries 35 147 164 20 366
Unclassified -- 4 3 -- 7


Totals 7,131 30,663 7,672 1,602 47,068










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TABLE 29

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE
ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR OTHER
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: FALL 1907*

% of
State FAMU FSU UF USF Total Total

Alabama 14 20 9 4 47 .66
Alaska -- -r -- -- .00
Arizona -- 1 1 -- 2 .03
Arkansas -- 1 -- -- 1 .01
California -- -- 6 2 8 .11

Colorado 1 3 1 1 6 .08
Connecticut 5 1 2 2 10 .14
Delaware 1 2 2 -- 5 .07
Dist. of Columbia 9 -- 1 3 13 .18
Florida 607 1,631 2,341 1,743 6,322 88.66

Georgia 33 77 40 6 156 2.19
Hawaii -- -- -- --
Idaho -- 1 -- -- 1 .01
Illinois 4 11 8 17 40 .56
Indiana 4 3 6 3 16 .22

Iowa -- 1 -- -- 1 .01
Kansas -- 2 -- 1 3 .04
Kentucky -- 6 7 1 14 ,20
Louisiana 2 2 2 -- 6 .08
Maine -- 2 3 1 6 .08

Maryland 2 4 7 4 17 .24
Massachusetts 3 5 1 4 13 .18
Michigan 1 3 3 5 12 .17
Minnesota -- 1 -- -- 1 .01
Mississippi 4 5 -- -- 9 .13

Missouri 1 1 -- 5 7 ,10
Montana -- -- --
Nebraska -- -- --
Nevada -- -- 1 -r 1 .01
New Hampshire -- 1 1 -- 2 .03






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TABLE 29 (Continued)


% of
State FAMU FSU UF USF Total Total

New Jersey 22 7 19 14 62 .87
New Mexico -- -- 3 1 4 .06
New York 35 19 23 18 95 1.33
North Carolina 5 8 6 1 20 .28
North Dakota- -- -- -- -- -

Ohio 6 13 10 16 45 .63
Oklahoma -- 1 1 -- 2 .03
Oregon -- -- -- -- -- --
Pennsylvania 18 7 9 6 40 .56
Rhode Island -- -- -- -- -- --

South Carolina 5 8 6 5 24 .34
South Dakota -- -- 1 -- 1 .01
Tennessee 2 11 7 3 23 .32
Texas 1 5 1 -- 7 .10
Utah -- 1 -- 1 2 .03

Vermont -- -- -- 2 2 .03
Virginia 8 13 9 5 35 .49
Washington -- -- 1 1 2 .03
West Virginia -- 2 1 -- 3 .04
Wisconsin -- 2 4 2 8 .11
Wyoming- -- -- -- -- -

State Totals 793 1,881 2,543 1,877 7,094 99.46


Canal Zone -- -- -- -- -- --
Guam -- -- -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico -- -- 2 -- 2 .03
U.S. Virgin Islands -- -- -- -- --

Other Countries 1 8 16 10 35 .49
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- --


Totals 794 1,889 2,561 1,887 7,131 99.98


*Note: Florida Atlantic University and the University of West
Florida are a part of the State University System but
have no first-time-in-college students.






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TABLE 30

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1967

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

Alachua 164 640 30 6 840 2.15
Baker 1 36 4 1 42 .11
Bay 34 458 16 3 511 1.31
Bradford 4 18 4 -- 26 .07
Brevard 265 2,747 380 7 3,399 8.70

Broward 418 1,880 243 12 2,553 6.53
Calhoun 5 38 -- 43 .11
Charlotte 22 65 4 -- 91 .23
Citrus 11 44 1 -- 56 .14
Clay 13 108 11 12 144 .37

Collier 19 106 19 3 147 .38
Columbia 20 138 8 2 168 .43
Dade 1,024 5,969 603 16 7,612 19.48
DeSoto 7 27 4 -- 38 .10
Dixie -- 16 -- 16 .04

Duval 559 2,011 461 264 3,295 8.43
Escambia 67 1,288 24 -- 1,379 3.53
Flagler 1 19 8 1 29 .07
Franklin 7 30 2 1 40 .10
Gadsden 35 95 11 -- 141 .36

Gilchrist -- 15 -- 15 .04
Glades 3 9 1 1 14 .04
Gulf 6 51 -- 3 60 .15
Hamilton 4 22 5 -- 31 .08
Hardee 11 67 8 4 90 .23











TABLE 30 (Continued)

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

Hendry 6 16 5 -- 27 .07
Hernando 22 26 8 4 60 .15
Highlands 16 121 6 10 153 .39
Hillsborough 1,094 917 229 36 2,276 5.82
Holmes 3 49 -- -- 52 .13

Indian River 34 157 22 6 219 .56
Jackson 11 214 5 -- 230 .59
Jefferson 10 21 3 2 36 .09
Lafayette 1 19 1 -- 21 .05
Lake 61 312 34 6 413 1.06

Lee 71 348 25 -- 444 1.14
Leon 257' 354 9 3 623 1.59
Levy 7 31 1 -- 39 .10
Liberty -- 8 -- 8 .02
Madison 11 66 5 -- 82 .21

Manatee 45 456 32 2 535 1.37
Marion 57 345 22 2 426 1.09
Martin 16 59 23 1 99 .25
Monroe 19 177 19 1 216 .55
Nassau 30 48 9 4 91 .23

Okaloosa 53 530 6 3 592 1.51
Okeechobee 3 44 7 1 55 .14
Orange 465 945 222 633 2,265 5.80
Osceola 27 38 6 19 90 .23
Palm Beach 208 1,434 105 22 1,769 4.53












TABLE 30 (Continued)

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

Pasco 53 78 16 9 156 .40
Pinellas 406 2,106 158 12 2,682 6.86
Polk 229 887 105 40 1,261 3.23
Putnam 12 166 13 1 192 .49
Saint Johns 31 115 42 8 196 .50

Saint Lucie 28 218 20 -- 266 .68
Santa Rosa 6 227 5 2 240 .61
Sarasota 116 485 40 3 644 1.66
Seminole 58 302 30 44 434 1.11
Sumter 6 49 2 -- 57 .15

Suwannee 10 56 1 -- 67 .17
Taylor 16 83 2 1 102 .26
Union 1 41 1 1 44 .11
Volusia 108 696 107 14 925 2.37
Wakulla 2 16 -- -- 18 .05

Walton 7 79 1 -- 87 .22
Washington 6 53 -- -- 59 .15

Unclassified -- 1 49 -- 50 .13


Total 6,322 28,290 3,243 1,226 39,081












TABLE 31

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS
ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY: FALL 1967

County FAMU FSU UF USF Total % of Total

Alachua 13 17 127 7 164 2.59
Baker -- -- 1 -- 1 .02
Bay 1 19 14 -- 34 .54
Bradford -- 1 3 -- 4 .06
Brevard 12 52 133 68 265 4.19

Broward 29 135 214 40 418 6.61
Calhoun -- 5 -- -- 5 .08
Charlotte -- 7 5 :10 22 .35
Citrus -- 2 2 7 11 .17
Clay -- 4 6 3 13 .21

Collier 1 3 10 5 19 .30
Columbia 2 7 10 1 20 .32
Dade 45 232 593 154 1,024 16.20
DeSoto 3 -- 2 2 7 .11
Dixie- -- -- -- -- -

Duval 85 168 207 99 559 8.84
Escambia 19 22 26 -- 67 1.06
Flagler 1 -- -- -- 1 .02
Franklin 4 3 -- -- 7 .11
Gadsden 18 11 6 -- 35 .55

Gilchrist -- -- -- -- -- --
Glades -- 1 2 3 .05
Gulf 1 4 -- 1 6 .09
Hamilton -- 3 1 -- 4 .06
Hardee 1 3 4 3 11 .17















TABLE 31 (Continued)

County FAMU FSU UF USF Total % of Total

Hendry 1 3 2 -- 6 .09
Hernando 1 11 3 7 22 .35
Highlands 2 2 8 4 16 .25
Hillsborough 40 91 129 834 1,094 17.30
Holmes 1 1 1 -- 3 .05

Indian River 2 12 11 9 34 .54
Jackson 7 1 3 -- 11 .07
Jefferson 6 2 2 -- 10 .16
Lafayette -- -- 1 -- 1 .02
Lake 12 27 18 4 61 .96
U1
SLee 1 13 32 25 71 1.12
Leon 96 142 13 6 257 4.07
Levy -- 2 5 -- 7 .11
Liberty -- -- -- -
Madison 6 2 3 -- 11 .07

Manatee 4 9 18 14 45 .71
Marion 12 18 27 -- 57 .90
Martin 3 3 4 6 16 .25
Monroe 1 5 8 5 19 .30
Nassau 9 14 7 -- 30 .47

Okaloosa 1 35 15 2 53 .84
Okeechobee -- 3 -- -- 3 .05
Orange 29 149 174 113 465 7.36
Osceola 2 7 9 9 27 .43
Palm Beach 29 60 106 13 208 3.29














TABLE 31 (Continued)

County FAMU FSU UF USF Total % of Total

Pasco 2 11 8 32 53 .84
Pinellas 22 124 145 115 406 6.42
Polk 26 58 76 69 229 3.62
Putnam 4 3 4 1 12 .19
Saint Johns 4 9 14 4 31 .49

Saint Lucie 13 3 12 -- 28 .44
Santa Rosa 1 1 4 -- '6 .09
Sarasota 6 31 43 36 116 1.83
Seminole 9 19 18 12 58 .92
Sumter 3 -- 1 2 6 .09

Suwannee 3 7 -- -- 10 .16
Taylor 4 5 3 4 16 .25
Union -- 1 -- -- 1 .02
Volusia 7 42 44 15 108 1.71
Wakulla 2 -- -- -- 2 .03

Walton -- 3 4 -- 7 .11
Washington 1 4 1 -- 6 .09
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- --


Total 607 1,631 2,341 1,743 6,322 99.76


Note: Florida Atlantic University and the University of West Florida are a part of the
State University System but have no first-time-in-college students.














TABLE 32

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1967

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

1957 33.0%7 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

01960 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

1967 15.2 65.2 80.4 16.2 3.4 19.6














TABLE 33

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS
ENROLLMENT IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1958-1967

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

1967 16.2 72.5 88.7 8.2 3.1 11.3














TABLE 34

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1958-1967

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

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

1959 18.0 5.7 23.7 71.3 5.0 76.3

1960 16.3 4.7 21.0 75.0 4.0 79.0

1961 16.6 9.1 25.7 69.7 4.6 74.3

1962 16.2 14.1 30.3 65.2 4.5 69.7

1963 16.3 14.7 31.0 64.2 4.8 69.0

1964 14.7 14.7 29.4 65.8 4.8 70.6

1965 11.8 23.4 35.2 59.4 5.4 64.8

1966 7.7 29.1 36.8 59.6 3.7 63.3

1967 10.1 29.7 39.8 55.5 4.7 60.2








TABLE 35

ORIGIN OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: 1960-1967

State or Other
Geographical
Area 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

Alabama 111 157 116 141 214 248 214 179
Alaska 3 2 3 2 2 6 3 4
Arizona 2 3 4 4 9 7 11 16
Arkansas 10 12 10 17 18 19 18 17
California 35 35 22 48 39 50 62 73

-Colorado 1 13 6 10 7 16 24 23
Connecticut 146 171 134 144 186 256 299 319
Delaware 18 22 14 11 18 38 43 64
Dist. of Columbia 34 36 23 27 33 68 57 65
Florida 18,216 19,829 21,643 23,630 29,203 34,609 37,518 39,081

Georgia 285 337 290 366 381 442 413 433
Hawaii 3 -- 1 3 3 4 7 8
Idaho 2 1 1 1 2 -- 3 11
Illinois 234 174 173 177 240 292 295 349
Indiana 96 84 98 83 109 130 181 167

Iowa 22 20 14 12 18 15 22 35
Kansas 17 9 10 12 10 14 15 9
Kentucky 52 63 54 72 86 72 90 86
Louisiana 25 23 24 19 26 36 36 37
Maine 30 29 20 11 45 35 42 67

Maryland 67 81 76 73 112 159 169 200
Massachusetts 198 180 152 147 194 254 278 348
Michigan 112 83 93 75 72 113 123 126
Minnesota 23 15 9 19 24 24 27 40
Mississippi 10 18 9 24 22 37 45 45

Missouri 28 27 24 30 39 38 44 74
Montana 1 4 3 3 2 2 4 --
Nebraska 3 5 1 10 5 5 10 11
Nevada 3 1 1 2 7 4 1 3
New Hampshire 19 15 14 12 12 24 25 35

New Jersey 446 473 357 392 574 928 1,076 1,288
New Mexico 1 -- 10 4 6 10 9 10
New York 953 864 631 737 920 1,081 1,451 1,542
North Carolina 78 76 77 94 97 155 141 143
North Dakota 1 1 4 1 2! 3 3 3





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TABLE 35 (Continued)

State or Other
Geographical
Area 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

Ohio 219 205 193 176 208 271 310 371
Oklahoma 10 8 3 16 14 14 12 7
Oregon .2 5 6 1 5 5 4 10
Pennsylvania 384 355 290 321 380 465 498 562
Rhode Island 22 22 27 45 39 42 41 31

South Carolina 47 73 67 87 71 106 114 118
South Dakota 1 4 2 -- 1 4 2 8
Tennessee 83 60 72 78 87 104 127 120
Texas 31 37 35 35 36 57 61 63
Utah 1 -- 1 2 4 1 2 4

Vermont 10 16 16 8 15 13 14 18
Virginia 102 127 129 144 117 319 261 318
Washington 3 7 3 4 10 8 12 17
West Virginia 19 23 23 27 24 43 39 42
Wisconsin 50 34 29 33 32 49 71 59
Wyoming 1 2 2 2 5 1 1 3


Canal Zone 13 5 5 19 11 8 10 6
Guam 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 1
Puerto Rico 27 23 26 23 17 25 45 25
Virgin Islands -- -- -- -- -- 2 2 1

Other Countries 169 150 204 327 218 511 337 366
Unclassified 4 19 119 102 52 123 501 7


Total 22,484 24,038 25,373 27,863 34,083 41,365 45,226 47,068



















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TABLE 36

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN=COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY: 1960-1967


County 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967


Alachua 228 256 327 301 375 424 763 840
Baker 12 8 21 25 24 38 36 42
Bay 301 333 351 403 397 634 584 511
Bradford 35 33 37 31 55 58 58 26
Brevard 706 648 965 986 1,187 1,503 1,943 3,399

Broward 1,190 1,271 1,354 1,722 1,631 2,713 2,824 2,553
Calhoun 33 34 26 33 32 42 58 43
Charlotte 18 26 38 77 48 82 89 91
Citrus 32 29 38 33 50 58 65 56
Clay 58 59 84 101 123 173 158 144

Collier 32 43 55 81 80 115 123 147
Columbia 49 44 144 146 182 184 165 168
Dade 4,015 4,415 4,292 4,356 5,643 6,388 6,967 7,612
DeSoto 22 33 35 24 36 61 44 38
Dixie 9 6 8 20 27 42 40 16

Duval 1,031 1,202 1,263 2,005 2,000 2,357 3,481 3,295
Escambia 925 962 1,096 1,040 1,348 1,280 1,276 1,379
Flagler 20 8 19 20 25 30 27 29
Franklin 7 10 11 14 19 20 29 40
Gadsden 88 98 101 67 103 131 151 141

Gilchrist 7 5 22 19 17 20 24 15
Glades 4 6 2 1 12 11 9 14
Gulf 30 43 37 53 37 72 96 60
Hamilton 25 34 37 34 38 52 25 31
Hardee 32 32 23 44 53 76 60 90

Hendry 20 20 24 26 27 33 58 27
Hernando 21 17 37 43 54 39 56 60
Highlands 43 58 46 47 102 102 57 153
Hillsborough 1,737 1,576 1,501 1,476 1,961 2,351 2,370 2,276
Holmes 30 30 34 32 41 76 66 52

Indian River 79 128 80 104 1.45 176 163 219
Jackson 129 175 174 201 226 210 235 230
Jefferson 36 40 40 61 73 59 27 36
Lafayette 14 17 16 13 9 15 18 21
Lake 116 174 334 272 398 361 371 413


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TABLE 36(Continued)


County 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967


Lee 101 133 364 288 389 506 471 444
Leon 317 349 388 375 452 521 725 623
Levy 33 48 36 42 50 60 77 39
Liberty 7 7 3 8 15 13 13 8
Madison 91 92 74 100 104 93 91 82

Manatee 290 338 297 281 429 454 508 535
Marion 270 298 308 355 369 442 484 426
Martin 62 52 57 57 95 92 82 99
Monroe 48 69 72 75 110 441 253 216
Nassau 19 42 27 55 63 82 125 91

Okaloosa 114 146 159 177 477 581 569 592
Okeechobee 13 19 .18 15 34 42 142 55
Orange 777 960 1,003 1,261 1,584 1,837 1,954 2,265
Osceola 35 38 36 50 70 80 90 90
Palm Beach 944 1,004 1,187 1,321 1,560 1,842 1,852 1,769

Pasco 92 92 162 85 111 122 133 156
Pinellas 1,606 1,785 2,170 2,096 2,337 2,783 2,595 2,682
Polk 494 535 618 648 1,323 1,300 1,277 1,261
Putnam 124 152 185 180 239 209 257 192
St. Johns 111 130 133 143 196 233 172 196

St, Lucie 263 166 175 178 253 313 277 266
Santa Rosa 105 152 124 154 182 261 266 240
Sarasota 291 351 274 335 483 549 578 644
Seminole 100 142 129 227 239 245 416 434
Sumter 28 48 55 50 71 80 76 57

Suwannee 52 51 49 77 88 97 88 67
Taylor 34 91 65 75 67 83 69 102
Union 4 6 22 18 3 27 81 44
Volusia 562 538 671 778 920 981 1,034 925
Wakulla 24 16 8 10 17 19 26 18

Walton 31 39 26 38 87 135 132 87
Washington 40 65 46 55 61 56 51 59
Unclassified -- 2 30 111 147 44 35 50


Total 18,216 19,829 21,643 23,629 29,203 34,609 37,518 39,081



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TABLE 37

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION:
ALTERNATE YEARS 1959 1967

Institution 1959 1961 1963 1965 1967

State University System

FAMU 705 519 511 750 794
FAU
FSU 1,783 1,964 1,922 2,020 1,889
UF 2,818 3,243 2,809 2,850 2,561
USF -- 1,160 953 2,136 1,887
UWF

Public Junior Colleges

Brevard JC -- 490 744 1,196 2,823
Central Florida JC 216 312 371 588 488
Chipola JC 200 341 325 556 498
Daytona Beach JC 247 306 485 895 778
Edison JC -- -- 310 573 534
Florida JC at Jacksonville -- -- -- -- 1,737
Florida Keys JC -- -- 379. 178
Gulf Coast JC 134 297 363 598 610
Indian River JC 78 108 133 113 524
JC of Broward County -- 640 1,114 1,990 1,626
Lake City JC -- -- 234 404 385
Lake-Sumter JC -- 154 347 371
Manatee JC 279 468 477 819 1,108
Miami-Dadd JC -- 1,956 2,849 5,385 7,435
North Florida JC 117 203 242 395 450
Okaloosa-Walton JC -- -- -- 562 509
Palm Beach JC 762 829 1,140 1,845 1,713
Pensacola JC 648 1,101 1,156 1,573 1,683
Polk JC -- -- 936 938
St. Johns River JC 167 274 434 1,036 508
St. Petersburg JC 1,357 1,556 2,002 3,252 3,317
Santa Fe JC -- 750
Seminole JC -- -- -- 689
South Florida JC -- -- 165
Tallahassee JC -- -- -- -- 405
Valencia JC -- -- -- 446






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TABLE 37 (Continued)

Institution 1959 1961 1963 1965 1967

Private Baccalaureate Degree-
Granting Institutions

Barry C. 219 229 204 215 170
Bethune-Cookman C. 167 182 232 312 309
Biscayne C. -- -- 27 154 134
Edward Waters C. 201 234 199 301 250
Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. -- -- 40 82* 311
Florida Beacon C.--St.
Petersburg Bible Inst. -- -- -- 18 11
Florida Inst. of Tech. -- -- 101 180 595
Florida Memorial C. 70 76 59 159 197
Florida Presbyterian C. -- 150 197 278 337
Florida Southern C. 676 733 622 561 484
Jacksonville U. 560 486 737 644 445
New College -- -- 95 112
Ringling School of Art -- 154 179 155
Rollins College 266 301 348 452 484
St. Joseph College of Fla. 152
St. Leo College 66 135 228 443 361
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul
South-Eastern Bible C. -- -- 120 138 248
Stetson U. 360 502 434 494 422
U. of Miami 3,239 2,813 1,652 2,086 1,863
U. of Tampa 382 525 497 387 537
Webber C. 57 58 45 57 42

Private Junior Colleges

Florida C. 143 144 145 213 205
Jones College
Jacksonville Div. -- -- 585 408 404
Orlando Div. -- -- 301 154 179
Marymount C. -- -- 83 221 216
Orlando JC 427 588 720 1,113 608


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










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CHAPTER V

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT







GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT


Colleges and universities located in Florida enrolled 13,652

graduate on-campus students in the fall of 1967, reflecting an increase

of 3,361 students (32.7 per cent) over the fall, 1966 enrollment of

10,291 on-campus graduate students,

The state universities enrolled 9,750 graduate students, or

71.4 per cent of the total graduate student on-campus enrollment in

higher education in Florida for the fall of 1967. Graduate student on-

campus enrollment in the private colleges and universities in Florida

totalled 3,057 students, 28.6 per cent of graduate on-campus enrollment

throughout the state.

Graduate students who reported Florida as their home accounted

for 76.4 per cent of total graduate enrollment. Other states with large

numbers of students enrolled in graduate study in Florida in the fall

of 1967 were: Georgia, 195 students; Pennsylvania, 144 students; and

New Jersey, 125 students. Graduate students from abroad numbered 483,

somewhat of an increase over the fall, 1966 enrollment of graduate

students, which stood at 423. In percentage terms, graduate enrollment

from abroad comprised 3.5 per cent of total graduate enrollment in

September, 1967, in comparison to 4.1 per cent in the same month the

preceding year.

The number of graduate enrollments in the five state universities

offering graduate programs and the total figures for private degree-

granting institutions are shown in Tables 38 and 39. Table 38 lists

the origin of the students by state, territory, and country, while

Table 39 presents the origin of Florida graduate students by their

home county. In 1966, the number of Florida graduate students rose



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by 1,464 over the 1965 recorded figure (22.9 per cent increase). This

rapid rate of growth was further accelerated in 1967 with 10,595 Florida

graduate students enrolled on campus. This was 34.7 per cent greater

than the 1966 graduate figure of 7,864.

All graduate student enrollments for the year 1961 through 1967

are shown in Table 40 by state or other geographical origin, and in

Table 41, all Florida graduate level enrollments for the years 1960

through 1967 are listed. Graduate on-campus enrollment by institution

for the period 1961 through 1967 is reviewed in the concluding table

(Table 42) of the chapter.







































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TABLE 38

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR OTHER
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA. FALL 1967


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

Alabama 1 1 88 24 4 118 6 124
Alaska -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 1
Arizona -- 5 5 10 3 13
Arkansas -- 16 5 -- 21 2 23
California -- 48 19 1 68 13 81

Colorado -- 5 4 -- 9 3 12
Connecticut -- 1 12 13 2 28 15 43
Delaware -- 4 3 -- 7 2 9
Dist. of Columbia -- -- 2 -- 2 4 6
Florida 393 1,100 1,478 3,285 970 7,226 3,369 10,595

Georgia 33 2 99 27 -- 161 34 195
Hawaii -- -- 3 1 4 2 6
Idaho 20 1 -- 21 1 22
Illinois 2 51 36 2 91 27 118
Indiana 1 25 8 3 37 10 47

Iowa -- 18 5 1 24 2 26
Kansas -- -- 15 5 -- 20 -- 20
Kentucky -- -- 31 23 3 57 3 60
Louisiana -- -- 48 13 1 62 7 69
Maine -- 1 8 1 -- 10 7 17

Maryland -- -- 20 20 1 41 9 50
Massachusetts -- 2 42 16 2 62 25 87
Michigan -- 37 20 1 58 12 70
Minnesota -- -- 25 7 -- 32 6 38
Mississippi -- 1 39 15 1 56 4 60















TABLE 38 (Continued)

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

Missouri -- 1 13 14 2 30 8 38
Montana -- -- 1 -- -- 1 2 3
Nebraska -- 6 4 -- 10 1 11
Nevada -- -- -- 2 -- 2 -- 2
New Hampshire -- -- 6 2 4 12 2 14

New Jersey -- 2 44 51 1 98 27 125
New Mexico -- 6 1 -- 7 -- 7
New York -- 3 124 91 3 221 97 318
North Carolina -- -- 60 26 1 87 11 98
North Dakota -- -- 5 -- 0 5 1 6

Ohio -- 4 50 34 2 90 30 120
Oklahoma 9 2 -- 11 4 15
Oregon -- -- 2 3 -- 5 1 6
Pennsylvania 2 72 31 2 107 37 144
Rhode Island -- -- 7 4 1 12 2 14

South Carolina -- 39 24 -- 63 6 69
South Dakota -- 4 2 -- 6 3 9
Tennessee -- -- 64 25 1 90 4 94
Texas -- -- 55 17 1 73 11 84
Utah -- -- 9 -- -- 9 2 11

Vermont -- -- 4 1 -- 5 1 6
Virginia -- 1 49 28 2 80 14 94
Washington -- -- 3 6 -- 9 2 11













TABLE 38 (Continued)

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

West Virginia -- 16 8 -- 24 2 26
Wisconsin -- 25 16 -- 41 7 48
Wyoming -- -- 3 1 -- 4 4

Sub-Total 427 1,124 2,814 3,951 1,012 9,328 3,841 13,169


Canal Zone -1 -- -- -- 1 2
Guam -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico -- 1 22 8 -- 31 11 42
U.S. Virgin I lands -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

Other Countries -- 5 121 259 5 390 48 438
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 1


Total 427 1,131 2,957 4,218 1,017 9,750 3,902 13,652











TABLE 39

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY
FALL 1967


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

Alachua 1 19 1,497 2 1,519 10 1,529 14.34
Baker -- -- -- 3 -- 3 1 4 .04
Bay 9 00 30 17 56 3 59 .56
Bradford -- -- 1 19 -- 20 4 24 .23
Brevard 2 11 43 57 34 147 662 809 7.64

Broward 2 442 55 125 -- 624 107 731 6.70
Calhoun 4 -- 8 1 -- 13 -- 13 .12
Charlotte -- -- 2 5 2 9 3 12 .11
Citrus 1 -- -- 8 3 12 1 13 .12
Clay -- -- 3 16 -- 19 5 24 .23

Collier -- 3 9 9 -- 21 1 22 .21
Columbia 3 -- 4 14 -- 21 8 29 .27
Dade 5 181 128 297 7 618 1,252 1,870 17.65
DeSoto -- -- -- 5 1 6 1 7 .07
Dixie -- -- -- 4 -- 4 -- 4 .04

Duval 133 2 73 193 9 410 231 641 6.05
Escambia 6 -- 40 36 -- 82 2 84 .79
Flagler -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 1 .01
Franklin -- 5 1 -- 6 1 7 .07
Gadsden 38 -- 14 8 -- 60 6 66 .62

Gilchrist -- -- 3 -- 3 -- 3 .03
Glades -- -- 1 -- 1 1 2 .02
Gulf 1 -- 2 -- 3 1 4 .04
Hamilton 6 -- 2 4 -- 12 1 13 .12
Hardee -- -- -- 2 -- 2 -- 2 .02











TABLE 39 (Continued)

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

Hendry -- 2 3 4 -- 9 2 11 .10
Hernando 1 1 6 3 11 -- 11 .10
Highlands -- -- 4 11 4 19 2 21 .20
Hillsborough 4 7 64 115 539 729 13 742 7.00
Holmes -- -- 1 1 -- 2 -- 2 .02

Indian River -- 3 1 6 -- 10 3 13 .12
Jackson 8 -- 11 9 -- 28 3 31 .29
Jefferson 7 -- 4 6 -- 17 2 19 .18
Lafayette -- -- 1 -- -- 1 1 2 .02
Lake 3 1 5 20 1 30 22 52 .49

5' Lee 2 4 13 21 6 46 -- 46 .43
Leon 111 1 548 16 4 680 5 685 6.47
Levy 1 -- 2 6 -- 9 1 10 .09
Liberty -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 1 .01
Madison 4 -- 7 1 -- 12 3 15 .14

Manatee -- 2 15 17 12 46 2 48 .45
Marion 4 -- 7 52 1 64 4 68 .64
Martin -- 1 2 5 -- 8 -- 8 .08
Monroe -- 1 3 9 -- 13 3 16 .15
Nassau -- -- 1 2 -- 3 4 7 .07

Okaloosa -- 1 27 15 -- 43 1 44 .42
Okeechobee -- 5 -- -- -- 5 -- 5 .05
Orange 4 6 41 119 25 195 539 734 6.93
Osceola 2 -- 3 5 1 11 7 18 .17
Palm Beach 3 396 45 94 2 540 24 564 5.32

Pasco -- 1 2 10 11 24 1 25 .24
Pinellas 10 5 91 133 224 463 10 473 4.46











TABLE 39 (Continued)

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

Polk 1 8 33 53 60 155 22 177 1.67
Putnam 1 1 3 26 1 32 4 36 .34
Saint Johns 1 1 8 17 1 28 7 35 .33
Saint Lucie 1 6 4 5 -- 16 5 21 .20
Santa Rosa -- -- 6 5 -- 11 -- 11 .10

Sarasota -- 2 30 30 9 71 3 74 .70
Seminole -- 2 6 25 8 41 61 102 .96
Sumter -- -- 1 10 -- 11 3 14 .13
Suwannee 5 1 2 13 -- 21 1 22 .21
Taylor 5 -- 8 4 -- 17 -- 17 .16

Union -- -- 1 5 -- 6 -- 6 .06
Volusia 2 2 24 74 -102 114 216 2.04
Wakulla 1 -- 1 1 -- 3 -- 3 .03
Walton 3 -- 4 6 -- 13 1 14 .13
Washington -- -- 7 2 9 -- 9 .08

Unclassified -- -- -- -- 194 194 1.83


Total 393 1,100 1,478 3,285 970 7,226 3,369 10,595











TABLE 40

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR
OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL.AREA: 1961-1967

States 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

Alabama 69 76 88 90 91 96 124
Alaska 2 3 1 1 1 2 1
Arizona 1 3 2 4 10 8 13
Arkansas 11 17 21 25 22 20 23
California 34 37 44 61 53 56 81

Colorado 4 9 10 12 10 15 12
Connecticut 11 25 24 30 35 29 43
Delaware 4 3 2 5 10 6 9
Dist. of Columbia 8 7 9 10 10 16 6
Florida 3,168 4,030 4,125 4,888 6,400 7,864 10,595

Georgia 134 147 150 178 168 157 195
Hawaii -- 2 -- 1 2 6
Idaho 2 2 2 -- 3 3 22
Illinois 44 69 68 86 103 85 118
Indiana 22 29 37 44 39 42 47

Iowa 20 14 9 17 17 24 26
Kansas 4 7 11 14 21 22 20
Kentucky 19 22 34 37 45 56 60
Louisiana 23 41 53 51 46 60 69
Maine 11 11 12 12 12 5 17

Maryland 16 18 27 30 37 48 50
Massachusetts 25 27 40 52 62 65 87
Michigan 16 22 26 38 50 44 70
Minnesota 9 13 16 20 24 27 38
Mississippi 31 35 30 38 45 55 60

Missouri 19 24 29 23 35 34 38
Montana 5 2 2 1 2 4 3
Nebraska 9 4 6 7 12 8 11
Nevada 5 5 3 1 4 2 2
New Hampshire 4 6 4 1 10 10 14

New Jersey 26 48 41 71 88 82 125
New Mexico 5 7 12 18 14 9 7
New York 102 155 137 184 213 233 318
North Carolina 45 53 58 60 90 84 98
North Dakota 2 2 1 3 3 6 6





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TABLE 40 (Continued)

States 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

Ohio 68 65 57 77 96 87 120
Oklahoma 13 17 21 21 14 14 15
Oregon 5 5 4 7 8 7 6
Pennsylvania 68 90 74 91 116 105 144
Rhode Island 4 4 5 3 4 9 14

South Carolina 44 52 67 68 67 53 69
South Dakota 9 7 2 1 5 10 9
Tennessee 58 59 70 47 86 80 94
Texas 49 59 58 61 66 68 84
Utah 3 44 8 9 4 7 11

Vermont 5 4 4 1 5 5 6
Virginia 34 38 44 52 66 69 94
Washington 7 7 8 12 16 16 11
West Virginia 14 19 15 23 25 17 26
Wisconsin 17 17 21 29 34 39 48
Wyoming 1 1 4 5 4 3 4

Canal Zone 1 2 2 1 4 5 2
Guam -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico 9 8 4 3 21 23 42
U.S. Virgin Islands -- -- -- -- -- --

Other Countries 170 266 323 355 350 395 438
Unclassified -- 1 -- -- 3 -- 1


Total 4,489 5,738 5,927 6,978 8,780 10,291 13,652





















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TABLE 41

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY 1960-1967


Counties 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

Alachua 143 144 161 206 207 245 976 1,529
Baker 2 3 2 3 3 3 3 4
Bay 13 17 32 24 31 45 38 59
Bradford 6 2 7 10 16 12 18 24
Brevard 16 21 167 235 312 393 532 809

Broward 153 139 184 135 125 424 569 731
Calhoun 4 2 2 10 12 7 11 13
Charlotte 3 5 5 2 1 4 7 12
Citrus 6 5 3 3 3 5 7 13
Clay 7 10 7 7 14 13 18 24

Collier 3 2 4 3 5 6 6 22
Columbia 12 6 10 15 13 19 19 29
Dade 962 1,142 1,507 1,235 1,441 1,631 1,331 1,870
DeSoto -- -- 1 4 3 8 7 7
Dixie 1 1 2 1 4 2 2 4

Duval 138 121 187 173 250 373 439 641
Escambia 31 32 29 40 52 62 52 84
Flagler 3 1 2 3 5 7 5 1
Franklin 7 2 7 8 10 6 3 7
Gadsden 39 46 51 40 55 64 67 66

Gilchrist 5 2 3 2 5 4 1 3
Glades 1 2 1 -- -- -- -- 2
Gulf 3 2 1 3 4 6 10 4
Hamilton 3 3 6 1 7 6 5 13
Hardee -- 3 3 4 3 3 5 2










TABLE 41 (Continued)

Counties 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

Hendry 1 1 4 5 4 5 10 11
Hernando 3 6 6 3 5 8 9 11
Highlands 9 10 11 10 13 19 6 21
Hillsborough 68 92 110 99 199 341 535 742
Holmes 3 4 2 7 4 2 3 2

Indian River 5 4 5 6 13 18 8 13
Jackson 9 10 20 21 20 17 28 31
Jefferson 25 13 15 19 14 8 6 19
Lafayette 5 3 4 1 1 1 2 2
Lake 23 22 34 35 36 33 38 52

Lee 11 13 11 9 20 20 23 46
SLeon 384 330 363 455 487 561 578 685
Levy 6 7 17 12 5 7 6 10
Liberty 7 5 3 2 5 3 1 1
Madison 16 12 12 14 11 12 10 15

Manatee 22 12 16 21 24 38 44 48
Marion 35 26 26 27 35 37 36 68
Martin 6 1 2 -4 4 9 -8 8
Monroe 9 9 8 7 6 5 6 16
Nassau 1 3 11 2 4 3 5 7

Okaloosa 92 124 99 6 12 23 23 44
Okeechobee' 2 2 -- 2 3 4 10 5
Orange 196 307 333 691 730 591 637 734
Osceola 6 8 5 3 1 9 16 18
Palm Beach 46 37 71 67 74 514 606 564

Pasco 6 5 4 4 19 19 30 25
Pinellas 86 84 109 113 162 242 322 473
Polk 69 69 64 62 70 109 125 177
Putnam 18 19 18 18 21 28 21 36
Saint Johns 19 15 17 8 15 12 14 35













TABLE 41 (Continued)

Counties 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

Saint Lucie 5 5 7 10 17 27 33 21
Santa Rosa 5 9 10 4 6 9 7 11
Sarasota 12 28 27 27 44 40 53 74
Seminole 26 19 25 22 22 65 70 102
Sumter 7 7 7 6 5 6 6 14

Suwannee 19 14 16 12 15 16 12 22
Taylor 13 5 5 7 10 18 14 17
Union 7 1 5 7 3 4 4 6
Volusia 108 104 135 118 143 152 171 216
Wakulla 8 5 1 4 7 4 6 3

Walton 6 2 5 5 15 9 7 14
SWashington 4 3 3 3 3 4 5 9

Florida Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 194


Total 2,969 3,168 4,030 4,125 4,888 6,400 7,685 10,595












TABLE 42

GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTION
1961-1967

Institution 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

State University System

FAMU 183 246 269 298 376 422 427
FAU -- -- 2 783 1,165 1,131
FSU 1,432 1,577 1,669 2,008 2,177 2,458 2,957
UF 1,401 1,526 1,844 1,988 2,182 2,478 4,218
USF -- -- 127 377 763 1,017

SUS Totals 3,016 3,349 3,782 4,423 5,895 7,286 8,750


Private Degree-Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 96 101 155 172 267 276
Edward Waters C. 156
Florida Beacon C. 4
Florida Inst. of Tech. -- 142 215 275 307 409 542
Jacksonville Univ. -- -- 63 110 160 239
Nova Univ. -- -- -- -- -- -- 21
Rollins C. 258 612 640 600 705 739
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul -- -- 11 36 36 41
Stetson Univ. 152 132 157 151 161 163
Univ. of Miami 1,021 1,701 1,085 1,284 1,509 1,267 1,721

PDGI Totals 1,473 2,349 2,145 2,585 2,885 3,005 3,902


Totals 4,489 5,698 5,927 7,008 8,780 10,291 13,652


% in SUS 67.2 58.8 63.8 63.1 67.1 70.8 69.2
% of Total** 5.7 6.5 5.8 6.0 6.4 6.6 7.4


*Number not available

**Percentage graduate on-campus enrollment is of total on-campus
enrollment.





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CHAPTER VI


TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS

IN FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION








TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS
IN FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION


Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning was first

published in 1957. The publication has appeared annually since that time

and has grown from its original 20 participating member institutions with

50,286 on-campus enrollment (Table 43) to 58 public and private colleges

and universities enrolling 171,940 students in the fall of 1967.

Public University System

Expansion continued in the State University System with the addition

of the University of West Florida, an upper divisional institution located

in Pensacola, Florida. The new university reported off-campus enrollments

in 1966, but did not become a participating institution reporting on-campus

enrollments until September, 1967, when 1,318 on-campus students enrolled.

In the fall of 1968, Florida Technological University, located in Orlando,

will open, raising the number of state supported universities to seven.

Public university on-campus enrollment was more than two and one-

half times larger in 1967 (54,119 students) than in 1957 (21,146 students).

The average annual increase for this same period was 9.9 per cent (3,506

enrollments). In 1967, the increase over the previous year amounted to

11.9 per cent (Table 44) or 5,747 enrollments. At present, public educa-

tion enrolls 77.2 per cent of the state's total on-campus enrollment with

31.5 per cent in the universities and 45.7 per cent in community colleges.

Although the state universities have experienced a healthy expansion in

enrollments over the past eleven-year period, the community junior colleges

continued to enroll an increasing proportion to the total state enrollment

as well as an increasing portion of the public segment of the students

attending institutions of higher education in Florida.




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Public Junior College

Since 1957, when the public junior colleges in Florida began

their expansion programs following a study by the Community College Council,

the number of public junior colleges has grown from 7 to 26 institutions.

In the fall of 1967, Valencia Junior College, located in Orange County,

opened its doors for the first time. Hillsborough County plans to open a

junior college and enroll its first class in the fall of 1968. Only four

counties--Pasco and Hernando Counties on the west coast and Liberty and

Franklin Counties in the northwestern portion of the state--remain

outside the junior college service area. Pasco and Hernando Counties

have been approved for a feasibility survey to determine if a junior

college shall be authorized for the area.

Enrollment rose in the public junior colleges by 7,747 on-campus

students.over the 1966 figure of 70,850 students (10.9 per cent). This

was greater than the total public junior college on-campus enrollment

of 5,444 students in 1957. Today the community junior colleges enroll

45.7 per cent of the state's total on-campus enrollment and 50.6 per

cent of all Florida students attending institutions of higher learning

in their own state. Over the past decade, this sector has grown 717.5

per cent for an average annual increase of 29.6 per cent.

Private Junior Colleges

Although the private junior colleges have not experienced the

same rate of growth as the public community junior colleges, they have

expanded 94.4 per cent in the past ten years for a 12.4 per cent average

annual increase. This is just slightly below the total state average

annual increase of 12.8 per cent. Non-Florida enrollment was reported

to be 14.1 per cent of total private junior college enrollment in 1957,

and has risen to 18.1 per cent in 1967. This non-Florida increase

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occurred while out-of-state enrollment statewide showed a reverse trend

for the same period (from 18.8% in 1957 to 15.4% in 1967). Of the 3,590

students enrolled, 44.6 per cent (1,602 students) were enrolled for the

first-time-in-college in 1967. Comparable figures for 1966 were 3,045

total students, 1,341 first-time-in-college students, reflecting a net

gain of 44.1 per cent.

Private Degree-Granting Institutions

The private baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate degree-granting

institutions of Florida enrolled more students in 1967 than ever before.

Since 1958, when the enrollment was reported to be 22,052, an average

annual increase of 5.2 per cent has occurred. Even with the loss of

1,095 students, which resulted when Jones College was shifted to the

junior college sector, the private degree-granting colleges and universi-

ties showed a 5.2 per cent increase in 1967 over the previous year.

Graduate Enrollment

Enrollment in the public and private institutions offering

post-baccalaureate courses rose to 13,652 students. This represented

an increase of 3,361 students over the previous year and a graduate

enrollment which was more than double that of 1963 (5,927 students).

Florida contributed 2,840 more students in 1967 than in 1966 to the state's

total graduate enrollment figure. In past years, a gradual increase of

graduate student to total on-campus enrollments has been noted. With

the number of upper divisional state institutions increasing, it may be

expected that the ratio of graduate to undergraduate level students will

also increase in favor of graduate enrollments. A similar trend is not

anticipated, however, in total state enrollment.





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First-Time-In-College

As might be expected, the community junior colleges continued to

enroll by far the largest number of students attending college for the

first time. Four out of every five students in 1967 who enrolled for

the first time attended a public institution. About nine out of ten

Florida students of this group entered a public institution, while six

out of ten non-Florida first-time-in-college students selected private

institutions to attend. First-time-in-college enrollment is expected to

continue to grow. The rate of growth will probably decrease as the rapid

expansion of educational facilities in new geographical areas within the

state begins to subside.

Non-Florida Enrollment

Students attending Florida's institutions from within the state

and from without the state varied with type of institution, but showed

an overall statewide gain of 15,794. In 1967, non-Florida enrollments

totalled 26,456, an increase over the previous year's total of 23,950

students (9.6 per cent gain), while Florida enrollments went from

132,193 to 145,485 students in 1967 (10.1 per cent gain). Approximately

15 per cent came from other states, and the remaining 8 per cent from

other territories and countries.

Non-Florida enrollment in Florida's public institutions of higher

learning accounted for 8.7 per cent (11,448 students) of the total public

on-campus enrollment. This represented an increase of 581 non-Florida

students over 1966. Public community junior colleges registered about

the same number of out-of-state students as in 1966, while the state

public universities gained 580 students. Florida private colleges and

universities enrolled 13,083 non-Florida students in 1966. In 1967, this

same sector accounted for 15,015 out-of-state enrollments for a net gain


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of 1,932 students (14.8 per cent). This increase was shared between the

private junior colleges (104 students) and the baccalaureate and post-

baccalaureate degree-granting institutions (1,828 students).

As the Florida public institutions continue to enroll a larger

percentage of total state enrollment, the ratio of Florida to non-Florida

students can be expected to increase in favor of Florida students. The

private colleges and universities can be expected to enroll a smaller

portion of total state enrollment but greater numbers of non-Florida

students.

Off-Campus Enrollments

As previously mentioned, no attempt has been made to compare

the relative change between fall, 1966 and fall, 1967 off-campus

enrollment in the State University System. Private off-campus enroll-

ment showed a decrease over this same period, but was not believed to

have been reflective of the total state off-campus enrollment trend.

State and federal financial support can be expected to increase

in the coming years thereby heightening the possibility for growth

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TABLE 43.

ENROLLMENT INCREASE SINCE 1957 AND PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL
ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION


On-Campus % of Change % of 1957 % of 1967
Enrollment Total Total Total
Increase On-Campus On-Campus On-Campus
1957 1967 1957-1967 Enrollment Enrollment Enrollment

SUS 21,146 54,119 32,973 155.9 42.1 31.5

Pub. J.C. 6,169 78,597 72,428 1,174.1 12.3 45.7
co
Priv. BDGI 21,577 35,634 14,057 65.2 42.9 20.7

Priv. J.C 1,394 3,590 2,169 155.6 2.7 2.1

Total 50,286 171,940 121,654 241.9











TABLE 44

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS AND PERCENTAGE OF INCREASE BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1958-1967

SUS Comm. Coll. Priv. BDGI Priv. JC Total
Fall
of Enrol. % Inc. Enrol. % Inc. Enrol. % Inc. Enrol. % Inc. Enrol. % Inc.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1966 48,372 10.3 70,850 21.3 33,879 4.8 3,045 -2.5 156,146 13.4

1967 54,119 11.9 78,597 10.9 35,634 5.2 3,590 17.9* 171,940 10.1


% Increase
1958-1967 31,550 139.8 68,983 717.5 13,582 61.6 1,743 94.4 115,858 206.6

Average
Annual
Increase 3,506 9.9 7,665 29.6 1,509 5.2 193 12.3 12,873 12.8


Jones College shifted from private degree-granting to private junior college in 1967.