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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover
    Title Page
        Page i
    The state board of education
        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
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        List of abbreviations
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    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. 112 1969















Enrollment in Florida's
Institutions of Higher Learning
Fall 7968

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ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

FALL 1968




































The Florida Board of Regents

Tallahassee, Florida 32304

















THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION


Claude R. Kirk, Jr. . . . . ... . Governor

Floyd T. Christian . . . .. Commissioner of Education

Tom Adams . . . . . . .Secretary of State

S Earl Faircloth . . . . ... ..... .Attorney General

S Fred 0. Dickinson . . . . . .. Comptroller

Broward Williams . . ... .. .... .State Treasurer

Doyle Conner . . . . .Commissioner of Agriculture
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THE FLORIDA BOARD OF REGENTS

D. Burke Kibler, III, Chairman . . . .... .Lakeland

\ Louis C. Murray, Vice Chairman . . . .... .. Orlando

John C. Behringer . . . . ... .Fort Lauderdale

Pat Dodson . . . . ... . ... Pensacola

Chester H. Ferguson . . . . .. . . Tampa

Henry D. Kramer. . . . . ...... .Jacksonville

Clarence L. Menser . . . . . .. .... .Vero Beach

Julius F. Parker, Jr. . . . ... .. .... Tallahassee

Mrs. E. D. Pearce ......... . . . ... .Miami


THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM

Robert B. Mautz. . . . . ... . .... .Chancellor

Philip F. Ashler . . .... .Vice Chancellor for Administration
\
Kenneth E. Penrod . . . .... Vice Chancellor for Medical
and Health Services

Allan Tucker . . . ... .Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

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PREFACE


Annually, at the beginning of each school year, the Office of the Florida

Board of Regents obtains enrollments from the colleges and universities in

Florida, public and private. Institutions of higher learning in the state

listed either in the Florida Education Directory, published by the Department

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

Education, are asked to report their enrollments. Chapter One lists the insti-

tutions from which enrollment data for the present volume were obtained.

The enrollments in this report were for the fall, 1968. In addition to

setting forth enrollment data in tabular form, the writers of this report

have prepared brief chapter summaries to identify enrollment trends.

Enrollment data from the public universities and from the private colleges

and universities were obtained by this office directly from the registrars of

the institutions. Thomas Baker, of the Community College Division, Department

of Education, coordinated data-gathering among the community colleges.

David C. McOuat, Research Associate, assisted by Thomas H. Stafford, pre-

pared this volume. G. Emerson Tully, Director of Educational Research, gave

general direction to the project.

To the many individuals who have had a part in producing this report,

either by supplying data or putting the report in final form, I am most grateful.



Allan Tucker
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

Tallahassee, Florida
September, 1969




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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 . . . . 26

IV. FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT . . . ... .46

V. GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT . . . . ... 67

VI. TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION .... .81






























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LIST OF TABLES

Table Page

1. Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher
Learning: Fall 1968 . . . . . . 12

2. Undergraduate On-Campus Enrollment by Type of
Program: Fall 1968 .. .. . . . .... 13

3. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in
Florida's Colleges and Universities: Fall 1968 . . .. 13

4. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by
Level of Program: Fall 1968 . . . .. . 14

5. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by
Type of Institution: Fall 1968 . . . . .. 14

6. Origin of Total On-Campus Enrollment by State or
Other Geographical Area and Type of Institution: 15
Fall 1968 . .. . . . . .

7. Origin of Florida On-Campus Enrollment by County
and Type of Institution: Fall 1968 . . . .. 17

8. Percentage of Total On-Campus Enrollment in Each
Type of Institution: 1957-1968 . . . . .. 20

9. Percentage of Florida On-Campus Enrollment in Each
Type of Institution: 1957-68 . . . . .. 21

10. Percentage of Non-Florida Total On-Campus Enrollment
in Each Type of Institution: 1957-1968 . . . .. 22

11. Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution:
1957-1968 . . . . . . . 23

12. Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution:
1957-1968 . . . . . . .. 24

13. Percentage of Male On-Campus Enrollment to Total
Enrollment by Type of Institution: 1959-1968 . . . 25

14. Total Male Enrollment and First-Time-In-College Male
Enrollment in Florida's Colleges and Universities:
Fall 1968 . . . . . .. 25









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Table Page

15. Institutions Enrolling More Than 2,500 On-Campus
Students by Rank: Fall 1968 . . . . .. 29

16. Florida Institutions of Higher Learning by Type and
Enrollment: Fall 1968 . . . . . ... 29

17. On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Colleges and Universities
by Institution, Type of Enrollment, and Sex: Fall 1968 . .. 30

18. Total Enrollment, First-Time-In-College Enrollment and
Terminal Enrollment by Type of Institution and Sex:
Fall 1968 . . . . . . .. 33

19. Percentage of On-Campus Enrollment in Florida
Colleges and Universities by Institution, Type of
Enrollment, and Sex: Fall 1968 . . . . .. 33

20. On-Campus Enrollments From Florida, Other States and
Countries by Institution: Fall 1968 . . . .. 34

21. Total On-Campus Enrollments by Institution: Alternate
Years 1960-1968 . . . . . . 36

22. Origin of State University System On-Campus Enrollment
by State or Other Geographical Area: Fall 1968 . . .. 38

23. Origin of State University System Florida On-Campus
Enrollment by County: Fall 1968 ... . . . 40

24. Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State Universities:
1957-1968 . . . . . . 43

25. Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State
Universities: 1957-1968 . . . . . 44

26. On-Campus Enrollments by Institution: 1959-1968 State
University System .. . . . . . 45

27. Percentage of On-Campus Enrollments by Institution:
1959-1968 State University System . . .. . .. .45

28. Origin of First-Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment
by State or Other Geographical Area and Type of
Institution: Fall 1968 . . . . . 48











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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 1968. . . . .... .... . 50

30. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College On-Campus
Enrollment by County and Type of Institution:
Fall 1968 . . . . . . .. 52

31. Origin of State University System Florida First-
Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment by County:
Fall 1968 .. . . . . . . 55

32. Percentage of Total First-Time-In-College On-Campus
Enrollment in Each Type of Institution: 1957-1968 . .. 58

33. Percentage of First-Time-In.College Florida
On-Campus Enrollment in Each Type of Institution:
1957-1969 . . . . . . . 59

34. Percentage of First-Time-In-College Non-Florida On-Campus
Enrollment in Each Type of Institution: 1957-1968 . 60

35. Origin by First-Time-In-College Enrollment by State
or Other Geographical Area: 1961-1968 . . . 61

36. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College Enrollment
by County: 1961-1968 . . .... . . 63

37. First-Time-In-College Enrollment by Institution:
Alternate Years 1960-1968. .. . . . . 65

38. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or
Other Geographical Area: Fall 1968 . .. .. . . 69

39. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by
County: Fall 1968. . . . . .. 72

40. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or
Other Geographical Area 1962-1968 ..... . . . .75

41. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by
County 1961-1968. ...... . . . 77

42. Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by Institution: 1962-1968 .. .80











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Table Page

43. Enrollment Increase Since 1957 and Percentage
of Total On-Campus Enrollment by Type of
Institution .. . . . . . . 88

44. On-Campus Enrollment and Percentage of Increase by
Type of Institution: 1959-1968 ................. 89

LIST OF MAPS

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

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












































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CHAPTER I

GENERAL INFORMATION










INTRODUCTORY REMARKS


As in most states, there are four types of institutions of higher learning

in Florida: the public universities, the public junior colleges, the private

baccalaureate degree-granting institutions (four-year undergraduate degree and

graduate degree) and private junior colleges. This report presents enrollment

data for individual institutions and for each of the four types of institutions.

Chapter I contains changes in the listing of participating institutions

since the previous enrollment report as well as two maps which together show

the locations of each of the four types of institutions. Chapter II presents

a review of the overall aspects of statewide enrollment. Chapters III, IV, and

V are concerned with enrollment by institution, first-time-in-college enrollment,

and graduate enrollment, respectively. Existing trends and emerging developments

are set forth in the final chapter.

Abbreviations are used frequently throughout the report, especially in the

tables to designate institutions and enrollment terms. The legend of abbrevia-

tions found in Chapter I will serve as a useful guide for all abbreviations.

Enrollment data are presented in both percentages and frequencies. Per-

centages have been rounded to the nearest tenth (0.1%) which in some instances

account for minor discrepancies when subtotals are summed.





















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CHANGES IN THE ROSTER OF PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS


Fifty-nine institutions of higher learning voluntarily participated in this

the twelfth annual publication of enrollments. Fifty-seven of these participated

in 1967 and two opened their doors to students for the first time in the fall

term. One institution, which did participate in 1967 and planned to report its

enrollment in 1968, did not respond.

Reported for the first time were fall enrollment figures for Hillsborough

Junior College, Florida's twenty-seventh community college, located in Tampa,

Hillsborough County, Florida. This two-year college began operations with 1,625

credit students of which 1,158 were first-time-in-college and 467 transferred to

the college from another institution of higher learning. Twenty-five per cent

of the opening class were enrolled in technical or terminal credit programs.

Florida Technological University, the seventh and newest state supported

institution opened in the fall term with 1,492 students enrolled on-campus in

college credit courses. This four-year institution enrolling mainly freshmen

and juniors had a student body comprised of 470 first-time-in-college students

and 1,022 transfer students. Senior classes will be added in the fall of 1969.'

Florida Beacon College, located in St. Petersburg, did not participate in

this year's survey. In 1967, Florida Beacon College enrolled 53 college credit

students. Florida Memorial College, a private four-year college which was estab-

lished in St. Augustine, Florida in 1918, enrolled 620 college credit students

in 1967. In the fall of 1968, it opened in new facilities in Opa-Locka, Dade

County, Florida with 756 students enrolled.












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FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING


State Universities


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

4. Florida Technological University
Orlando


Public Community Junior Colleges


1. Brevard Junior College 11. Junior College of Broward
Cocoa County
Fort Lauderdale
2. Central Florida Junior College
Ocala 12. Lake City Junior College and
Forest Ranger School
3. Chipola Junior College Lake City
Marianna
13. Lake-Sumter Junior College
4. Daytona Beach Junior College Leesburg
Daytona Beach
14. Manatee Junior College
5. Edison Junior College Bradenton
Fort Myers
15. Miami-Dade Junior College
6. Florida Junior College Miami
at Jacksonville
Jacksonville 16. North Florida Junior College
Madison
7. Florida Keys Junior College
Key West 17. Okaloosa-Walton Junior College
Valparaiso
8. Gulf Coast Junior College
Panama City 18. Palm Beach Junior College
Lake Worth
9. Hillsborough Junior'College
Tampa 19. Pensacola Junior College
Pensacola
10. Indian River Junior College
Fort Pierce 20. Polk Junior College
Bartow




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Public Community Junior Colleges (Continued)


21. St. Johns River Junior College 25. South Florida Junior College
Palatka Avon Park

22. St. Petersburg Junior College 26. Tallahassee Junior College
St. Petersburg Tallahassee

23. Santa Fe Junior College 27. Valencia Junior College
Gainesville Orlando

24. Seminole Junior College
Sanford


Private Degree-Granting Institutions

1. Barry College 13. Ringling School of Art
Miami Sarasota

2. Bethune-Cookman College 14. Rollins College
Daytona Beach Winter Park

3. Biscayne College 15. Saint Joseph College
Opa Locka of Florida
Jensen Beach
4. Edward Waters College
Jacksonville 16. Saint Leo College
Saint Leo
5. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
Institute 17. Seminary of St. Vincent de Paul
Daytona Beach Boynton Beach

6. Florida Institute of 18. South-Eastern Bible College
Technology Lakeland
Melbourne
19. Stetson University
7. Florida Memorial College Deland
Opa-Locka
20. University of Miami
8. Florida Presbyterian College Coral Gables
St. Petersburg
21. University of Tampa
9. Florida Southern College Tampa
Lakeland
22. Webber College
10. Jacksonville University Babson Park
Jacksonville

11. New College
Sarasota

12. Nova University
Fort Lauderdale




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Private Junior Colleges


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

2. Jones College 4. Marymount College
Jacksonville and Orlando Boca Raton
























































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I NO,,INES /JACKSON
\ ;(, S l 1 --------------^ -
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SCAL' Tv. 1 ,"' P---Edward Waters Col.
L'E .EA /UVAi '- --- Jacksonville Univ.
"LO 1 EE .I ......
J^ ^^LAPAY"'rro ,~UN W-' r-CL AY
*Univ. of West on IXT \. 1
Florida I / X. r--- Y

*Florida A & M Unit- / YF -
*Florida State Univ. jI
*Univ. of Florida-- F.- VOLUS Bethune-Cookman Col.
.-.-, Embry-Riddle Aero. Inst.
SuE A< ---Stetson Univ.
St. Leo Col.--- -E.
South-Eastern Bible Col. _...- Rollins Col.
*Univ. of South Florida --PASO_- .F .- .--- -- --- *Florida Technological Univ.
Univ. of Tampa -- o---- o
Univ. of TampaFlorida Inst. of Tech.

Florida Presbyterian Col. o Florida Southern Col.
--"-- Webber Col.
New Col. CHOI ci
sor--] .... --St. Joseph Col.
Ringling School of Art suso r rl
----,H w -u ---------- -------
LOrTE 6LAPES ------ -
AALM BECH
-------- '- -

STATE UNIVERSITIES AND PRIVATE BACCALAUREATE l- HO Sem. of St Vine de Paul
DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS OF FLORIDA ---Florida Atlantic Univ
FALL 1968 .- .NFlorida Atlantic Univ.*
/ Nova Univ.
cL....r OWA BD / Biscayne Col.
*Denotes State University Florida Memorial College
+Offers Post-Baccalaureate Degrees only Univ. of Miami









S \ North Florida JC-
',o n J 1- ---.... ON NAs- A The Florida JC at Jacksonville
Sa., .... f.L.-.-.O I / \ Jns n ro \ / .---- ^ Jones College*
Su' L. .L ~ A....A r n __--Lake City JC & Forest Ranger School
...... \ u ,. KUL .- T LO SUWNN
Pensacola JC L1 4 'o- / L
RNXLLIN .. AFOA
Okaloosa-Walton JC LAFAYE rTTE
XsE ALACHUA Santa Fe JC
SGulf Coast JC -- St. Johns River JC
Gulf Coast JC ...
Chipola JC Tallahassee JC I
Central Florida JC L--- oI

CTRUS -- Daytona Beach JC
1S m A k-,-E Lake Sumter JC
--Seminole JC
mOeAAo N or Orlando JC*
Valencia JC
Hillsborough JC \ Jones College*
*Florida Col. oN L o-----Brevard JC
St. Petersburg JC

Polk JC--- ------ ~a------ -- Indian River JC
_ANATEf HARCEE HieMANM I-X
Manatee JC I OEE -ST
South Florida JC ---- ---
o L so70

COTE i 6AVES --------
..._..._...-.._.......- Palm Beach JC
Edison JC E----Y HD Marymount Col.*


PUBLIC AND PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES OF FLORIDA L .-. ow.
FALL 1968 c JC of Broward Co.
or. ....-.. Miami-Dade JC

*Denotes Private Junior College




S.Florida Keys JC










LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS


Col. College

Comm. Community

Co. -County

DGI -Degree-Granting Institutions

DC -District of Columbia

Div. -Division

Enrol. Enrollment

Fla. Florida

FAMU -Florida Agricultural and
Mechanical University

FAU -Florida Atlantic University

FSU -Florida State University

FTU -Florida Technological University

Grad. -Graduate

Inst. Institution

JC -Junior College

PBDGI -Private Baccalaureate 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









CHAPTER II

REPORT OF STATEWIDE ENROLLMENT


Chapter II is comprised of fourteen tables. Each table reports the on-campus

enrollment in Florida's institutions of higher education for each of the four

types of institutions. On-campus enrollment included within a general category

all students attending classes in facilities located on-campus and excludes those

enrollees in extension courses.

Statewide enrollment in Florida's institutions of higher learning reached

192,999 in the fall of 1968, a 12.5 per cent increase from the 171,940 reported

for the fall of 1967. Public universities and community colleges had a combined

enrollment of 150,176 in the fall of 1968. This reflected an increase of 13.2

per cent (17,460 students) over-the previous fall. In the private two-year and

four-year colleges and universities 42,823 students were reported, an increase

of 9.2 per cent (3,599 students) over the comparable figure for 1967.

Shown in Table 1 is the graduate and undergraduate contribution of the four

types of institutions to the state's total enrollment, while the undergraduate

enrollment is presented by type of program in Table 2. In 1968, 14.2 per cent

of the undergraduates and graduate enrollment came from outside the state (Tables

3 and 4). The private, degree-granting institutions enrolled 54.7 per cent of the

28,771 out-of-state students who registered in institutions of higher education

in Florida (Table 5). The origin of these students by state (Table 6) and by

county (Table 7) for the four types of institutions is then set forth.

Beginning with enrollment figures collected in 1957, an annual account of the

changing patterns of enrollment among the four types of institutions has been pre-

sented in Tables 8 through 12. The concluding tables show the percentage of male,

on-campus enrollment since 1959 (Table 13) and the total male enrollment and

first-time-in-college male enrollment for the fall term (Table 14).



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TABLE 1

ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FALL 1968





On-Campus Enrollment-

Undergraduate2 Graduate Total

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


FAMU 843 2,726 387 3,956
FAU 3,276 1,062 4,338
FSU 2,067 10,951 3,285 16,303
FTU 470 1,022 1,492
UF 2,873 12,721 4,254 19,848
USF 1,593 8,720 2,021 12,334
UWF 2,244 2,244
SUS (total) 7,846 41,660 11,009 60,515

Public JC 33,012 56,649 89,661
Private BDGI 7,979 26,724 4,486 39,189
Private JC 1,660 1,974 3,634

Total 50,497 127,007 15,495 192,999


1On-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.










TABLE 2

UNDERGRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY
TYPE OF PROGRAM: FALL 1968



Total
Degree Terminal Under-
Institution Programs Programs Graduate

FAMU 3,569 3,569
FAU 3,276 3,276
FSU 13,018 13,018
FTU 1,492 1,492
UF 15,594 15,594
USF 10,313 10,313
UWF 2,244 2,244
SUS (Total) 49,506 49,506
Public JC 72,281 17,380 89,661
Private BDGI 34,193 510 34,703
Private JC 3,129 505 3,634

Totals 159,109 18,395 177,504

Rev.

TABLE 3

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES: FALL 1968



Total
Institution Florida Non-Florida Enrollment

FAMU 3,484 472 3,956
FAU 3,999 339 4,338
FSU 13,317 2,986 16,303
FTU 1,456 36 1,492
UF 17,980 1,868 19,848
USF 11,519 815 12,334
UWF 2,113 131 2,244
SUS (Total) 53,868 6,647 60,515
Public JC 84,160 5,501 89,661
Private BDGI 23,467 15,722 39,189
Private JC 2,733 901 3,634

Totals 164,228 28,771 192,999








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TABLE 4

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF PROGRAM: FALL 1968


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

FAMU 3,116 453 12.7 3,569 368 19 4.9 387
FAU 2,994 282 8.6 3,276 1,005 57 5.4 1,062
FSU 11,480 1,538 11.8 13,018 1,837 1,448 44.1 3,285
FTU 1,456 36 2.4 1,492 -
UF 14,668 926 3.7 15,594 3,312 942 22.1 4,254
USF 9,583 730 7.1 10,313 1,936 85 4.2 2,021
UWF 2,113 131 5.8 2,244 -
SUS (total) 45,410 4,096 7.6 49,506 8,458 2,551 23.2 11,009
Comm. JC 84,160 5,501 6.1 89,661 -
Priv. BDGI 19,878 15,069 43.1 34,947 3,833 653 14.6 4,486
Priv. JC 2,733 901 24.8 3,634 -
Totals 152,181 25,567 14.2 177,748 12,291 3,204 20.7 15.495


TABLE 5

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1968


% 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 53,868 32.8 27.91 6,647 23.1 3.44 60,515 31.3
Community Colleges 84,160 51.2 43.61 5,501 19.1 2,85 89,661 46.5
Private Baccalaureate
Degree-Granting Inst.'s 23,467 14.3 12.16 15,722 54.7 8.17 39,189 20.3
Private Junior Colleges 2,733 1.7 1.42 901 3.1 .47 3,634 1.9
Total 164,228 100.0 28.771 100.0 192.999 100.0










TABLE 6

ORIGIN OF TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE
OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND TYPE OF
INSTITUTION: FALL 1968


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

Alabama 340 108 189 31 668
Alaska 3 4 5 1 13
Arizona 9 8 22 2 41
Arkansas 32 7 25 16 80
California 148 49 124 34 355

Colorado 24 20 24 3 71
Connecticut 94 171 771 32 1,068
Delaware 39 20 88 2 149
Dist. of Columbia 40 22 144 6 212
Florida 53,868 84,160 23,467 2,733 164,228

Georgia 796 221 522 35 1,574
Hawaii 4 6 14 24
Idaho 1 10 7 2 20
Illinois 279 231 729 57 1,296
Indiana 120 181 208 36 545

Iowa 45 29 53 1 128
Kansas 26 19 22 2 69
Kentucky 126 55 126 22 329
Louisiana 110 25 61 5 201
Maine 24 46 90 3 163

Maryland 149 72 454 10 685
Massachusetts 141 167 796 13 1,117
Michigan 155 141 251 5 552
Minnesota 44 13 72 7 136
Mississippi 85 15 59 1 160

Missouri 69 32 121 16 238
Montana 1 1 7 1 10
Nebraska 21 8 24 5 58
Nevada 2 7 3 12
New Hampshire 15 29 69 113
New Jersey 368 867 2,380 94 3,709









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TABLE 6 (Continued)


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

New Mexico 16 10 8 2 36
New York 660 1,111 3,412 168 5,351
North Carolina 184 89 270 9 552
North Dakota 6 2 2 10
Ohio 304 277 660 55 1,296

Oklahoma 19 8 16 1 44
Oregon 11 5 14 2 32
Pennsylvania 309 317 1,336 50 2,012
Rhode Island 23 29 108 1 161
South Carolina 197 79 178 10 464

South Dakota 8 4 12 24
Tennessee 212 57 171 17 457
Texas 117 51 125 23 316
Utah 8 2 4 1 15
Vermont 11 13 29 1 54

Virginia 282 150 590 24 1,046
Washington 26 15 17 2 60
West Virginia 34 36 53 8 131
Wisconsin 79 39 115 7 240
Wyoming 5 5 10

Sub-Total 59,689 89,038 38.052 3,556 190,335

Canal Zone 14 7 10 3 34
Guam 1 8 9
Puerto Rico 25 6 45 4 80
U.S. Virgin Islands 1 2 12 15

Other Countries 771 565 772 43 2,151
Unclassified 14 35 298 28 375


Total 60,515 89,661 39,189 3,634 192,999














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TABLE 7

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY AND TYPE
OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1968



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

Alachua 3,412 1,485 79 7 4,983 3.04 5.3
Baker 19 76 19 1 115 0.07 13.9
Bay 477 1,602 48 13 2,140 1.30 24.2
Bradford 66 123 30 3 222 0.14 4.7
Brevard 1,843 4,882 2,232 18 8,975 5.47 4.4

Broward 3,716 5,923 1,073 41 10,753 6.55 10.1
Calhoun 75 125 1 201 0.12 24.8
Charlotte 102 122 24 248 0.15 3.8
Citrus 90 107 9 2-6 0.13 17.7
Clay 157 351 71 38 617 0.38 16.4

Collier 169 232 47 2 450 0.28 15.1
Columbia 192 419 38 2 651 0.40 15.0
Dade 7,024 20,287 9,149 28 36,488 22.22 14.8
DeSoto 60 79 26 2 167 .10 36.9
Dixie 25 67 1 1 94 .06 30.6

Duval 3,298 5,740 2,823 627 12,488 7.61 9.6
Escambia 1,605 3,606 76 1 5,288 3.22 10.4
Flagler 30 36 10 3 79 0.05 33.9
Franklin 52 49 10 2 113 0.07 2.7
Gadsden 350 252 31 1 634 0.39 8.4

Gilchrist 27 50 1 1 79 0.05 2.6
Glades 14 15 7 1 37 0.02 15.6









TABLE 7 (Continued)


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

Gulf 63 149 6 3 221 0.13 4.2
Hamilton 40 75 6 121 0.07 12.0
Hardee 83 141 23 6 253 0.16 1.6

Hendry 45 64 11 3 123 0.08 12.8
Hernando 101 52 28 5 186 0.11 0.5
Highlands 165 215 36 8 424 0.26 -10.0
Hillsborough 6,321 3,886 1,236 80 11,523 7.02 21.4
Holmes 84 132 2 218 0.13 9.0

Indian River 196 300 62 16 574 0.35 3.1
Jackson 265 542 19 826 0.50 5.1
Jefferson 129 82 12 2 225 0.14 27.1
Lafayette 17 55 1 73 0.05 32.7
Lake 455 863 146 15 1,479 0.90 9.1

Lee 551 828 85 9 1,473 0.90 3.5
Leon 3,311 1,275 33 3 4,622 2.82 15.2
Levy 84 94 10 188 0.12 6.2
Liberty 16 24 3 43 0.03 34.4
Madison 160 209 24 393 0.24 2.6

Manatee 550 1,079 87 5 1,721 1.05 10.8
Marion 516 907 95 3 1,521 0.93 6.9
Martin 121 187 61 3 372 0.23 12.4
Monroe 225 710 69 5 1,009 0.62 20.1
Nassau 107 140 53 9 309 0.19 2.7

Okaloosa 592 1,908 16 2 2,518 1.53 31.6
Okeechobee 31 57 13 101 0.06 5.6
Orange 3,478 2,810 1,997 1,484 9,769 5.95 22.4
Osceola 108 117 31 24 280 0.17 0.0
Palm Beach 2,607 4,668 419 57 7,751 4.72 12.5










TABLE 7 (Continued)


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

Pasco 296 186 112 17 611 0.37 0.0
Pinellas 4,459 6,570 689 10 11,728 7.14 16.0
Polk 1,701 2,794 435 45 4,975 3.03 9.8
Putnam 232 561 60 1 854 0.52 16.0
Saint Johns 172 310 172 11 665 0.41 4.0

Saint Lucie 517 576 66 3 1,162 0.71 11.8
Santa Rosa 347 574 15 936 0.57 1.3
Sarasota 660 1,034 135 14 1,843 1.12 0.4
Seminole 512 888 233 65 1,698 1.03 22.4
Sumter 77 150 29 1 257 0.16 8.9

Suwanee 132 146 31 309 0.19 11.6
Taylor 133 194 4 1 332 0.20 3.5
Union 38 211 1 1 251 0.15 18.4
Volusia 1,049 2,170 902 12 4,133 2.53 6.3
Wakulla 14 65 3 82 0.05 9.3

Walton 152 220 10 382 0.23 2.8
Washington 108 223 3 1 335 0.20 30.4

Unclassified 45 91 21 17 174 .11 -13.0

Total 53,868 84,160 23,4671 2,733 164,2281 100.00

* Comparison to County Enrollments 1967-68

1Total enrollment includes 157 students from Ringling School of Art whose distribution by county was not
available.










TABLE 8

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1968



State Public publicc Private Baccalaureate 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 39.8 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
o
1961 37.3 28.2 65.5 32.2 2.3 34.5

1962 37.4 31.6 59.0 23.9 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

1968 31.4 46.5 77.9 20.3 1.9 22.2










TABLE 9

PERCENTAGE OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH TYPE
OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1968



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

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

1958 43.3 18.6 61.9 34.6 3.5 38.1

1959 40.8 21.5 62.3 33.9 3.8 37.7

S1960 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 32.3 49.9 82.1 15.9 1.9 17.8

1967 32.8 50.5 83.3 14.6 1.9 16.6

1968 32.8 51.2 84.0 14.3 1.7 16.0









TABLE 10

PERCENTAGE OF NON-FLORIDA TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1968


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

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

1958 31.5 2.0 33.5 64.1 2.4 66.5

1959 32.0 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

1968 23.1 19.1 42.2 54.6 3.1 57.7










TABLE 11

FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1968


Comm.
Fall SUS Coll. Priv. BDGI 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 67.8 2,570 82.3 117,268 85.4

1966 42,560 87.9 63,795 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

1968 53,868 89.0 84,160 93.9 23,467 59.9 2,733 75.2 164,228 85.1


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









TABLE 12

NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 11957-1968


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

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

1968 6,647 11.0 5,501 6.1 15,722 40.1 901 24.8 28,771 14.9


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









TABLE 13

PERCENTAGE OF MALE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT TO TOTAL ENROLLMENT
BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1959-1968


Institution 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 .1965 1966 1967 1968

SUS 64.1% 63.1% 61.9% 60.8% 60.4% 60.2% 60.2% 60.0% 58.4% 59.2%
Comm. Jr. Colleges 61.8 61.0 58.1 59.0 60.3 59.8 60.8 60.3 60.8 60.1
Private Baccalaureate
Degree-Granting Inst.'s 61.8 61.0 58.1 59.8 60.3 59.1 57.7 60.0 63.3 62.3
Private Jr. College 46.9 65.6 64.4 65.7 63.3 58.7 57.5 55.0 57.6 58.8
Total 62.1 61.3 60.0 60.0 58.9 59.7 59.8 60.0 60.5 60.3

TABLE 14

TOTAL MALE ENROLLMENT AND FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE MALE ENROLLMENT
L IN FLORIDA'S COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES: FALL 1968



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

FAMU 2,040 51.6 3,956 468 55.5 843
FAU 2,555 58.9 4,338 -
FSU 8,991 55.1 16,303 874 42.3 2,067
FTU 1,098 73.6 1,492 299 63.6 470
UF 12,842 64.7 19,848 1,637 57.0 2,873
USF 6,922 56.1 12,334 862 54.1 1,593
UWF 1,395 62.2 2,244 -
SUS (Total) 35,843 59.2 60,515 4,140 52.8 7,846

Comm. Jr. Colleges 53,919 60.1 89,661 19,585 59.3 33,012
Private Baccalaureate
Degree Granting Inst.'s 24,402 62.3 39,189 4,758 59.6 7,979
Private Jr. Colleges 2,136 58.8 3,634 895 53.9 1,660
Totals 116,300 60.3 192,999 29,378 58.2 50,497































CHAPTER III

ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTIONS











Chapter III

Enrollment by Institution


Figures compiled for this chapter were submitted by twenty-seven public

community colleges and four private junior colleges which offer curricula

leading to the associate degree, by twenty-two private colleges and universities

which award the baccalaureate or higher degrees and by the seven universities of

the State University System. The twelve largest institutions, listed in rank

order according to enrollment size, appear in Table 15. Each of these insti-

tutions enrolled more than 2,500 on-campus students for the fall term. Table 16

groups all sixty of Florida's public and private institutions into eighteen

categories of enrollment size.

Institutional figures on the total number of males and females, the number

of first-time-in-college males and females, and the number of male and female

terminal are shown in Table 17. This is followed by summary figures for each

type of institution (Table 18) and enrollment ratios (Table 19). Terminal

enrollment denotes a college-grade enrollment in a terminal or technical pro-

gram 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.

On-campus enrollment from Florida, other states and countries by insti-

tution for the fall 1968 are given in Table 20. For the alternate years 1960

through 1968 the total on-campus enrollment by institution is presented in

Table 21. The remaining tables of this chapter refer to enrollments in the

seven institutions of the State University System. First the total enrollment

in each institution is distributed by state and other geographical area (Table 221

and then the students from Florida are distributed by origin of home county



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(Table 23). This is followed by a yearly account of the Florida on-campus

enrollment since 1957 in the state public universities (Table 24) and non-

Florida enrollment for the same period of time (Table 25). Tables 26 and 27

are summary tables and reflect total on-campus figures and percentages for

the state supported universities for the years 1959 through 1968.


















































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TABLE 15
INSTITUTIONS ENROLLING MORE THAN 2,500 ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS
BY RANK: FALL 1968


Institution Enrollment
Miami-Dade Junior College 24,098
University of Florida 19,848
Florida State University 16,303
University of Miami 15,149

University of South Florida 12,334
St. Petersburg Junior College 9,371
Florida Junior College at Jacksonville 5,410
Palm Beach Junior College 5,279

Brevard Junior College 5,006
Junior College of Broward County 4,877
Pensacola Junior College 4,595
Florida Atlantic University 4,338

Florida A & M University 3,956
Rollins College 3,549
Polk Junior College 2,963
Jacksonville University 2,915

TABLE 16
FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING BY TYPE AND ENROLLMENT
FALL 1968


Pub. Priv. Priv.
Enrollment S.U.S Jr. Col. BDGI Jr. Col. Total
499 or under 1 7 2 10
500-999 1 5 6
1,000-1,999 1 14 5 2 22
2,000-2,999 1 4 3 8
3,000-3,999 1 1 2
4,000-4,999 1 2 3
5,000-5,999 3 3
6,000-6,999
7,000-7,999
8,000-8,999
9,000-9,999 1 1
10,000-11,999
12,000-13,999 1 1
14,000-15,999 1 1
16,000-17,999 1 1
18,000-19,999 1 1
20,000 or more 1 1
Total 7 27 22 4 60*
* Jones College two branches included


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TABLE 17
ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES BY INSTITUTION,
TYPE OF ENROLLMENT, AND SEX: FALL 1968


On-Campus First-Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Students
M F T M F T M F T
State University System
FAMU 2,040 1,916 3,956 468 375 843 --
FAU 2,555 1,783 4,338
FSU 8,991 7,312 16,303 874 1,193 2,067
FTU 1,089 394 1,492 299 171 470
UF 12,842 7,006 19,848 1,637 1,236 2,873
USF 6,922 5,412 12,334 862 731 1,593
UWF 1,395 849 2,244
Public Junior Colleges
0 Brevard JC 2,951 2,055 5,006 1,602 1,000 2,602 1,215 221 1,436
Central Florida JC 700 499 1,199 241 188 429 164 98 262
Chipola JC 694 542 1,236 274 198 472 23 37 60
Daytona Beach JC 1,392 946 2,338 456 332 788 266 207 473
Edison JC 741 453 1,194 533 321 854 65 141 206
Fla. JC at Jacksonville 3,191 2,219 5,410 1,165 860 2,025 498 290 788
Florida Keys JC 467 224 691 195 81 276 95 74 169
Gulf Coast JC 1,286 685 1,971 460 230 690 77 87 164
Hillsborough JC 911 714 1,625 633 525 1,158 178 229 407
Indian River JC 708 509 1,217 319 234 553 75 134 209
JC of Broward Co. 2,926 1,951 4,877 1,045 674 1,719 735 517 1,252
Lake City JC and
Forest Ranger School 761 393 1,154 323 124 447 237 110 347
Lake Sumter JC 500 530 1,030 188 165 353 53 68 121
Manatee JC 1,391 984 2,375 634 469 1,103 356 290 646
Miami-Dade JC 15,139 8,959 24,098 4,670 3,114 7,784 3,777 1,964 5,741
North Florida JC 647 479 1,126 264 214 478 24 39 63
Okaloosa-Walton JC 1,289 651 1,940 394 213 607 134 65 199
Palm Beach JC 2,839 2,440 5,279 901 828 1,729 690 674 1,364
Pensacola JC 2,629 1,966 4,595 840 750 1,590 170 338 508
Polk JC 1,584 1,379 2,963 621 478 1,099 252 335 587










TABLE 17 (Continued)


On-Campus First-Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Students
M F T M F T M F T
St. Johns JC 793 473 1,266 276 154 430 226 78 304
St. Petersburg JC 5,659 3,712 9,371 1,721 1,270 2,991 809 755 1,564
Santa Fe JC 1,159 925 2,084 261 230 491 50 79 129
Seminole JC 1,210 555 1,765 459 220 679
South Florida JC 199 187 386 83 74 157 38 23 61
Tallahassee JC 1,039 665 1,704 266 197 463 64 42 106
Valencia JC 1,114 647 1,761 500 344 844 187 27 214
Private Baccalaureate
Degree Granting Institutions
Barry C. 153 1,071 1,224 -- 173 173
Bethune-Cookman C. 420 540 960 101 109 210
Biscayne C. 352 0 352 121 0 121
Edward Waters C. 452 562 1,014 137 196 333
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
Institute 788 12 800 170 6 176 474 474
Florida Inst. of Tech. 1,861 68 1,929 547 23 570
Florida Memorial C. 321 435 756 101 122 223
Florida Presbyterian C. 460 497 957 130 140 270
Florida Southern C. 771 924 1,695 167 260 427
Jacksonville U. 1,710 1,205 2,915 268 279 547
New C. 217 134 351 185 122 307
Nova U. 15 4 19 --
Ringling School of Art 227 230 457 64 92 156
Rollins C. 2,315 1,234 3,549 242 193 435
St. Joseph C. 173 95 268 94 44 138 5 5
St. Leo C. 892 328 1,220 276 135 411 1 30 31
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul 84 -- 84
South-Eastern Bible C. 316 278 594 133 100 233
Stetson U. 1,433 972 2,405 221 218 439









TABLE 17 (Continued)


On-Campus First-Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Students
M F T M F T M F T
U. of Miami 9,862 5,287 15,149 1,372 788 2,160
U. of Tampa 1,580 823 2,403 429 171 600
Webber C. -- 88 88 -- 50 50
Private Junior Colleges
Florida C. 231 171 402 100 85 185
Jones C.
Jacksonville Div. 782 254 1,036 238 124 362
Orlando Div. 349 73 422 301 69 370 349 73 422
Marymount C. 22 467 489 9 286 295
Orlando JC 752 533 1,285 247 201 448 20 63 83








TABLE 18

TOTAL ENROLLMENT, FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT AND TERMINAL ENROLLMENT
BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION AND SEX: FALL 1968



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

SUS 35,843 24,672 60,515 4,140 3,706 7,846 -- -- --
JC 53,919 35,742 89,661 19,324 13,487 32,811 10,458 6,922 17,380
BDGI 24,402 14,787 39,189 4,758 3,221 7,979 475 35 510
Priv. JC 2,136 1,498 3,634 895 765 1,660 396 136 505

Grand Total 116,300 76,699 192,999 29,117 21,179 50,296 11,302 7,093 18,395




TABLE 19

PERCENTAGE OF ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
BY INSTITUTION, TYPE OF ENROLLMENT, AND SEX: FALL 1968


On-Campus First-Time Terminal
Institution Enrollments Students Students


SUS 18.57 12.78 31.35 8.32 7.37 15.60 -- -- -
JC 27.93 18.52 46.45 38.42 26.82 65.24 56.85 37.63 94.48
BDGI 12.65 7.66 20.31 9.46 6.40 15.86 2.58 .19 2.77
Priv. JC. 1.11 .78 1.89 1.78 1.52 3.30 2.01 .74 2.75

Grand Total 60.26 39.74 100.00 57.89 42.11 100.00 61.44 38.56 100.00

% of Total
Enrollment 60.26 39.74 100.00 15.09 10.97 26.06 5.86 3.67 9.53









TABLE 20

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS FROM FLORIDA, OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES BY
INSTITUTION: FALL 1968



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

State University System
FAMU 3,484 465 7 3,956 11.93
FAU 3,999 196 143 4,338 7.81
FSU 13,317 2,766 220 16,303 18.31
FTU 1,456 25 11 1,481 2.43
UF 17,980 1,496 372 19,845 9.41
USF 11,519 744 71 12,334 6.61
UWF 2,113 129 2 2,244 5.84
Public Junior Colleges
Brevard JC 4,853 137 16 5,006 3.06
Central Fl. JC 1,144 48 7 1,199 4.59
Chipola JC 1,202 31 3 1,236 2.75
Daytona Beach JC 2,204 125 9 2,338 5.73
Edison JC 1,102 91 1 1,194 7.71
Fla. JC of Jacksonville 5,357 51 2 5,410 .98
Fla. Keys JC 663 26 2 691 4.05
Gulf Coast JC 1,871 95 5 1,971 5.07
Hillsborough JC 1,591 32 2 1,625 2.09
Indian River JC 1,096 117 4 1,217 9.94
JC of Broward Co 4,734 131 12 4,877 2.93
Lake City JC 1,005 149 -- 1,154 12.91
Lake-Sumter JC 1,013 13 4 1,030 1.65
Manatee JC 2,248 20 4 2,272 1.06
Miami Dade JC 21,307 2,422 349 24,078 11.51
North Fla. JC 1,000 119 7 1,126 11.19
Okaloosa-Walton JC 1,917 18 5 1,940 1.19
Palm Beach JC 5,038 223 18 5,279 4.57
Pensacola JC 4,386 195 14 4,595 4.55
Polk JC 2,926 34 3 2,963 1.25
St. Johns River JC 1,213 41 12 1,266 4.19
St. Petersburg JC 8,823 512 24 9,359 5.73
Santa Fe JC 1,983 50 51 2,084 4.85
Siminole JC 1,742 21 2 1,765 1.30
South Fla. JC 381 4 1 386 1.30
Tallahassee JC 1,608 65 31 1,704 5.63
Valencia JC 1,753 8 -- 1,761 .45

* Does not include unclassified students







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TABLE 20 (Continued)



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

Private Baccalaureate
Degree Granting Institutions
Barry C. 986 199 39 1,224 19.44
Bethune-Cookman C. 826 127 7 960 13.95
Biscayne C. 84 264 4 352 76.13
Edward Waters C. 947 65 2 1,014 6.61
Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. 122 652 26 800 84.75
Florida Inst. of Tech. 1,320 582 27 1,929 31.57
Florida Memorial C. 643 41 72 756 14.94
Florida Presbyterian C. 517 429 11 957 45.97
Florida Southern C. 833 541 31 1,405 40.71
Jacksonville U. 2,049 832 34 2,915 29.71
New College 43 302 6 351. 87.74
Nova U. 4 13 2 19 78.94
Ringling School of Art 157 290 10 457 65.64
Rollins College 2,824 687 38 3,549 20,43
St. Joseph C. of Fla. 59 200 9 268 78.00
St. Leo College 268 936 16 1,220 78.03
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul 63 15 6 84 13.09
South-Eastern Bible C. 203 389 2 594 65.82
Stetson U. 1,800 557 48 2,405 25.32
U. of Miami 8,534 6,205 410 15,149 43.67
U. of Tampa 1,172 1,193 30 2,395 51.06
Webber C. 13 66 9 88 86.36
Private Junior Colleges
Florida C. 127 253 3 383 66.84
Jones College:
Jacksonville Div. 873 157 6 1,036 15.73
Orlando Div. 412 2 3 417 1.19
Marymount C. 123 330 32 485 74.63
Orlando JC 1,198 81 6 1,285 6.77


*Does not include classified students













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TABLE 21

TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION:
ALTERNATE YEARS 1960-1968



Institution 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968

State University System
FAMU 2,943 2,794 3,265 3,482 3,956
FAU -- 867 3,482 4,338
FSU 9,019 10,391 12,135 14,319 16,303
FTU -- -- 1,492
UF 13,100 13,826 15,701 18,039 19,848
USF 1,991 3,664 6,498 9,050 12,334
UWF -- -- 2,244
Public Junior Colleges
Brevard JC 726 1,747 2,583 4,335 5,006
Central Florida JC 453 691 1,096 1,411 1,199
Chipola JC 498 726 944 1,252 1,236
Daytona Beach JC 827 1,256 1,587 2,321 2,338
Edison JC -- 498 940 1,197 1,194
Fla. JC at Jacksonville -- -- 2,579 5,410
Florida Keys JC -- -- 609 691
Gulf Coast JC 503 722 1,028 1,576 1,971
Hillsborough JC -- 1,625
Indian River JC 348 431 682 971 1,217
JC of Broward Co. 687 1,939 2,987 4,961 4,877
Lake City JC -- 375 679 1,084 1,154
Lake Sumter JC -- 280 576 854 1,030
Manatee JC 757 1,256 1,744 2,203 2,375
Miami-Dade JC 1,388 5,736 10,822 18,531 24,098
North Florida JC -- 706 1,114 1,126
Okaloosa-Walton JC 351 422 616 1,184 1,940
Palm Beach JC 1,711 2,676 3,623 4,691 5,279
Pensacola JC 2,132 2,860 3,435 4,418 4,595
Polk JC -- 1,067 2,256 2,963
St. Johns River JC 339 697 1,665 2,024 1,266
St. Petersburg JC 3,302 4,663 5,978 8,467 9,371
Santa Fe JC -- -- 1,099 2,084
Seminloe JC -- -- 745 1,765
South Fla. JC -- -- 283 386
Tallahassee JC -- -- 698 1,704
Valencia JC -- -- 1,761











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TABLE 21 (Continued)



Institution 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968


Private Baccalaureate
Degree-Granting Institutions
Barry C. 804 818 1,006 1,144 1,224
Bethune-Cookman C. 679 720 867 1,078 960
Biscayne C. -- -- 128 339 352
Edward Waters C. 698 798 841 967 1,014
Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. -- 204 159 758 800
Florida Inst. of Tech. -- 695 853 1,541 1,929
Florida Memorial C. 296 341 327 480 756
Florida Presbyterian C. 153 459 681 811 957
Florida Southern C. 1,836 2,031 1,765 1,650 1,695
Jacksonville U. 1,521 2,105 2,311 2,627 2,915
New College -- 101 240 351
Nova Univ. 19
Ringling School of Art -- 351 360 457
Rollins C. 1,156 2,013 2,838 2,887 3,549
St. Joseph C. of Florida -- 268
St. Leo College 193 323 560 1,108 1,220
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul -- 39 74 84
South-Eastern Bible C. -- -- 310 456 594
Stetson U. 1,982 2,096 2,225 2,420 2,405
U. of Miami 12,735 12,053 11,763 11,465 15,149
U. of Tampa 1,900 1,979 2,671 2,224 2,403
Webber C. 89 94 87 96 88

Private Junior Colleges
Florida C. 228 268 346 370 402
Jones C.
Jacksonville Div. -- -- 652 735 1,036
Orlando Div. -- -- 256 241 422
Marymount C. -- -- 229 314 489
Orlando JC 1,059 1,331 1,949 2,361 1,285

*Enrolled 34 junior college students in 1964















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TABLE 22

ORGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: FALL 1968



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

Alabama 31 2 200 -- 62 9 36 340
Alaska -- 2 -- 1 -- 3
Arizona -- 5 -- 3 -- 1 9
Arkansas 1 1 19 -- 8 1 2 32
California 1 3 68 1 59 13 3 148

Colorado 1 1 15 -- 7 -- 24
Connecticut 9 8 27 -- 26 20 4 94
Delaware 2 1 20 -- 12 4 -- 39
Dist. of Columbia 23 1 4 -- 10 1 1 40
Florida 3,484 3,999 13,317 1,456 17,980 11,519 2,113 53,868

Georgia 112 2 472 1 184 16 9 796
Hawaii -- 4 -- -- 4
Idaho -- -- 1 -- 1
Illinois 5 17 116 2 71 65 3 279
Indiana 5 2 55 1 29 23 5 120

Iowa -- 30 -- 7 8 -- 45
Kansas -- 14 -- 8 4 -- 26
Kentucky -- 3 77 2 36 7 1 126
Louisiana 5 -- 65 -- 31 6 3 110
Maine -- 1 13 -- 7 3 -- 24

Maryland 5 4 61 -- 42 31 6 149
Massachusetts 2 10 65 1 32 29 2 141
Michigan 7 6 66 3 43 28 2 155
Minnesota 1 5 22 1 6 9 -- 44
Mississippi 6 1 56 -- 13 3 6 85

Missouri 1 1 35 -- 11 19 2 69
Montana -- 1 -- -- 1
Nebraska -- 9 -- 10 1 1 21
Nevada -- -- -- 2 -- 2
New Hampshire -- 6 -- 3 6 -- 15
New Jersey 43 28 124 -- 94 71 8 368











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TABLE 22 (Continued)



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

New Mexico -- -- 6 -- 7 3 -- 16
New York 90 47 221 -- 173 120 9 660
North Carolina 11 4 93 -- 61 13 2 184
North Dakota 1 -- 5 -- -- -- 6
Ohio 9 16 138 3 72 58 8 304

Iklahoma 1 1 11 -- 5 1 -- 19
Oregon -- -- 5 -- 2 3 1 11
Pennsylvania 40 13 113 1 79 60 3 309
Rhode Island -- 4 11 -- 3 5 -- 23
South Carolina 15 2 105 -- 58 15 2 197

South Dakota -- -- 4 -- 3 -- 1 8
Tennessee 15 1 125 -- 57 10 4 212
Texas 4 1 73 1 25 12 1 117
Utah -- -- 8 -- -- -- -- 8
Vermont -- 1 3 1 1 5 -- 11

Virginia 17 5 124 5 90 40 1 282
Washington -- 2 9 -- 10 5 -- 26
West Virginia 1 1 19 1 8 4 -- 34
Wisconsin 1 1 39 1 25 10 2 79
Wyoming -- -- 3 -- 1 1 -- 5

State Totals 3,949 4,195 16,083 1,481 19,476 12,263 2,242 59,689

Canal Zone -- 5 5 -- 4 -- -- 14
Guam -- 1 -- -- 1
Puerto Rico -- 16 -- 9 -- 25
U. S. Virgin Islands 1 -- -- -- -- -- 1

Other Countries 6 138 198 -- 356 71 2 771
Unclassified -- -- -- 11 3 -- 14

Total 3,956 4,338 16,303 1,492 19,848 12,334 2,244 60,515














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TABLE 23

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY: FALL 1968



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

Alachua 50 20 113 2 3,127 40 15 3,412 6.33
Baker -- -- 3 -- 15 -- 1 19 .03
Bay 41 1 199 -- 124 12 100 477 .88
Bradford -- 1 21 -- 43 -- 1 66 .12
Brevard 28 80 439 176 -849 249 22 1,843 3.42

Broward 138 1,325 806 3 1,218 202 24 3,716 6.89
Calhoun 4 2 54 -- 9 3 3 75 .13
Charlotte 2 4 34 1 32 27 2 102 .18
Citrus 8 2 17 -- 29 33 1 90 .16
Clay 5 4 48 -- 92 4 4 157 .29

Collier 5 16 42 1 66 35 4 169 .31
Columbia 22 6 38 -- 113 4 9 192 .35
Dade 247 931 1,791 10 3,268 685 92 7,024 13.03
DeSoto 13 1 9 -- 21 14 2 60 .11
Dixie 2 1 4 -- 15 1 2 25 .04

Duval 407 36 1,138 5 1,355 315 42 3,298 6.12
Escambia 98 2 289 -- 218 15 983 1,605 2.97
Flagler 20 1 6 -- 2 1 -- 30 .05
Franklin 19 -- 25 -- 5 -- 3 52 .09
Gadsden 185 -- 118 -- 32 8 7 350 .64

Gilchrist -- 9 -- 16 -- 2 27 .05
Glades 2 -- 4 -- 7 1 -- 14 .02
Gulf 12 -- 29 -- 10 4 8 63 .11
Hamilton 20 -- 12 -- 6 1 1 40 .07
Hardee 2 5 22 -- 20 28 6 83 .15









TABLE 23 (Continued)


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


Hendry 1 5 13 2 14 8 2 45 .08
Hernando 5 31 27 37 1 101 .18
Highlands 11 12 32 2 58 41 9 165 .30
Hillsborough 180 10 522 2 787 4,802 18 6,321 11.73
Holmes 6 27 19 1 31 84 .15

Indian River 9 18 62 2 71 26 8 196 .37
Jackson 55 110 49 51 265 .49
Jefferson 64 48 16 1 129 .23
Lafayette 1 8 7 1 17 .03
SLake 42 8 164 14 172 49 6 455 .84

Lee 10 58 144 211 110 18 551 1.02
Leon 802 2 2,397 81 21 8 3,311 6.14
Levy 7 18 54 3 2 84 .15
Liberty 2 11 1 2 16 .02
Madison 61 1 70 24 3 160 .29

Manatee 21 18 143 150 198 20 550 1.02
Marion 90 7 104 265 29 21 516 .95
Martin 10 32 17 43 17 2 121 .22
Monroe 11 34 50 1 90 34 5 225 .41
Nassau 15 3 54 33 1 1 107 .19

Okaloosa 5 1 260 140 14 172 592 1.09
Okeechobee 1 6 13 10 1 31 .05
Orange 101 44 730 950 1,040 605 8 3,478 6.45
Osceola 2 1 26 11 38 30 108 .20
Palm Beach 76 1,072 534 7 798 112 8 2,607 4.83

Pasco 13 2 47 57 173 4 296 .54
Pinellas 97 30 905 4 1,053 2,309 61 4,459 8.27









TABLE 23 (Continued)



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


Polk 136 29 382 8 479 659 8 1,701 3.15
Putnam 16 8 48 139 18 3 232 .43
Saint Johns 14 5 34 105 10 4 172 .31
Saint Lucie 57 58 260 124 14 4 517 .95
Santa Rosa 8 105 39 3 192 347 .64

Sarasota 25 22 73 279 248 13 660 1.22
Seminole 30 7 58 199 147 64 7 512 .95
Sumter 8 16 34 18 1 77 .14
Suwannee 26 2 56 46 2 132 .24
Taylor 31 61 28 7 6 133 .24

Union 14 22 2 38 .07
Volusia 47 65 309 42 442 139 5 1,049 1.94
Wakulla 12 2 14 .02
Walton 31 1 47 16 1 56 152 .28
Washington 15 44 35 1 13 108 .20

Unclassified 13 31 1 45 .08


Total 3,484 3,999 13,317 1,456 17,980 11,519 2,113 53,868









TABLE 24

FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1957-1968




Fall FAU FAU FSU FTU UF USF UWF
of Enrol. % 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 6.6 -

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 34.0 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

1968 3,484 88.1 3,999 92.2 13,317 81.7 1,456 97.6 17,980 90.6 11,519 93.4 2,113 94.2









TABLE 25

NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1957-1968





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

1968 472 11.9 339 7.8 2,987 18.3 36 2.4 1,868 9.4 815 6.6 131 5.8










TABLE 26
ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION: 1959-1968
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM


Institution

FAMU 2,824 2,943 2,768 2,794 2,884 3,265 3,588 3,482 3,783 3,956
FAU -- -- -- 867 2,392 3,482 4,144 4,338
FSU 7,515 9,019 9,835 10,391 11,162 12,135 13,200 14,319 15,202 16,303
FTU -- -- -- -- -- 1,492
UF 12,306 13,100 13,634 13,826 14,810 15,701 16,874 18,039 19,004 19,848
USF -- 1,991 2,982 3,664 4,593 6,498 7,795 9,050 10,668 12,334
UWF -- -- -- -- -- 1,318 2,244

Total 23,713 27,053 29,219 30,675 33,449 38,466 43,849 48,372 54,119 60,515


TABLE 27

PERCENTAGE OF ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION: 1959-1968
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM


Institution 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

FAMU 11.90 10.87 9.47 9.10 8.62 8.84 8.18 7.19 6.99 6.54
FAU -- -- -- 2.25 5.45 7.19 7.66 7.17
FSU 33.29 33.33 33.65 33.87 33.37 31.54 30.10 29.60 28.09 26.94
FTU -- -- -- -- -- 2.47
UF 54.52 48.42 46.66 45.07 44.27 40.81 38.48 37.29 35.16 32.80
USF -- 7.35 10.20 11.94 13.73 16.89 17.77 18.70 19.71 20.38
UWF -- -- -- -- 2.44 3.71






























CHAPTER IV

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT









First-Time-In-College


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

in the fall, 1968 for the first time in any college or university. Subsequent

enrollments by the student in the same institution or any other institution

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

Table 28 reports the origin of first-time-in-college by state or other

geographical area and by type of institution. A further breakdown of the State

University System's portion of Florida's 50,497 first-time-in-college student

enrollment by institution follows in a similar format (Table 29). Of the total

first-time enrollment, 41,746 students (90 per cent) were residents of Florida

prior to enrolling. The origin of these students by home county and the type

of institution in which they enrolled is set forth in Table 30 while Table 31

reflects that portion which enrolled in one of the public State Universities

by institution and by home county.

Public and private colleges and universities total first-time-in-college

enrollment expressed as percentages for the years 1957 through 1968 is shown

in Table 32. For the years 1958 through 1968, the Florida percentages are

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

Total first-time-in-college enrollment in Florida's institutions of higher

learning by state or other geographical area for the years 1961 through 1968 is

shown in Table 35. In this eight year period first-time-in-college enrollment

has swelled by 26,459 students (210 per cent increase).

Changes in first-time-in-college enrollment in each of the participating

institutions is shown in Table 36 for the alternate years 1960 through 1968.









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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 1968


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

Alabama 38 32 65 15 150
Alaska 1 1 1 1 4
Arizona -- 7 1 8
Arkansas 1 4 6 8 19
California 7 17 33 18 75

Colorado 5 6 10 2 23
Connecticut 14 94 231 23 362
Delaware 6 10 29 2 47
Dist. of Columbia 12 6 42 4 64
Florida 7,069 30,330 3,242 1,105 41,746

Georgia 142 103 170 18 433
Hawaii -- 2 5 -- 7
Idaho -- 4 2 1 7
Illinois 40 103 213 36 392
Indiana 13 93 64 24 194

Iowa 2 6 16 1 25
Kansas 1 6 7 1 15
Kentucky 13 25 45 17 100
Louisiana 14 13 19 2 48
Maine 4 24 32 3 63

Maryland 19 35 178 8 240
Massachusetts 15 86 227 7 335
Michigan 22 64 67 2 155
Minnesota 2 5 21 4 32
Mississippi 6 4 16 1 27

Missouri 7 10 43 9 69
Montana 1 1 4 -- 6
Nebraska 2 4 6 4 16
Nevada -- 3 1 -- 4
New Hampshire 1 15 26 -- 42

New Jersey 58 425 743 68 1,294
New Mexico 2 2 1 7
New York 77 556 1,012 115 1,760
North Carolina 16 45 85 7 153
North Dakota -- 1 -- 1





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TABLE 28 (Continued)


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

Ohio 36 130 209 31 406
Oklahoma 1 3 8 1 13
Oregon -- -- 4 1 5
Pennsylvania 36 141 428 35 640
Rhode Island 5 16 30 -- 51

South Carolina 26 42 52 7 127
South Dakota -- -- 4 -- 4
Tennessee 22 21 57 8 108
Texas 8 19 28 13 68
Utah 1 2 -- 1 4

Vermont -- 7 19 1 27
Virginia 51 75 180 14 320
Washington 1 8 18 1 28
West Virginia 3 12 14 5 34
Wisconsin 12 21 38 5 76
Wyoming -- -- 3 -- 3

State Totals 7,812 32,632 7,762 1,631 49,837


Canal Zone 3 2 -- 3 8
Guam 1 2 -- -- 3
Puerto Rico 1 4 16 1 22
U.S. Virgin Islands -- -- 4 -- 4

Other Countries 27 179 197 25 428
Unclassified 2 193 -- -- 195

Totals 7,846 33,012 7,979 1,660 50,497



















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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 1968*



% of
State FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total Total


Alabama 14 19 5 38 .48
Alaska -- -- 1 1 .01
Arizona -- -- -- -- .00
Arkansas -- 1 -- 1 .01
California -- 2 4 1 7 .09

Colorado -- 3 2 -- 5 .06
Connecticut 2 2 3 7 14 .18
Delaware 1 4 1 -- 6 .08
Dist. of Columbia 7 1 4 -- 12 .15
Florida 703 1,784 459 2,669 1,454 7,069 90.10

Georgia 32 72 34 4 142 1.81
Hawaii -- -- -- -- -- .00
Idaho -- -- -- -- -- .00
Illinois -- 15 1 11 13 40 .51
Indiana 2 3 6 2 13 .17

Iowa -- 1 1 2 .03
Kansas -- -- -- 1 1 .01
Kentucky -- 6 7 -- 13 .17
Louisiana 2. 7 5 -- 14 .18
Maine -- 2 2 -- 4 .05

Maryland 1 8 5 5 19 .24
Massachusetts 1 4 1 6 3 15 .19
Michigan 4 5 7 6 22 .28
Minnesota -- -- -- 2 2 .03
Mississippi 1 4 -- 1 6 .08

Missouri -- 2 -- 5 7 .09
Montana -- 1 -- -- 1 .01
Nebraska -- -- 1 1 2 .03
Nevada -- -- -- -- -- .00
New Hampshire -- -- -- 1 1 .01

New Jersey 11 15 -- 11 21 58 .74
New Mexico -- 1 -- -- 1 2 .03
New York 26 15 -- 15 21 77 .98
North Carolina -- 5 -- 7 4 16 .20
North Dakota -- -- -- -- -- .00





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TABLE 29 (Continued)


% of
State FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total Total


Ohio 3 18 1 9 5 36 .46
Oklahoma 1 -- -- 1 .01
Oregon -- -- -- -- -- -- .00
Pennsylvania 15 6 1 6 8 36 .46
Rhode Island -- 2 -- 1 2 5 .06

South Carolina 7 11 -- 7 1 26 .33
South Dakota -- -- -- -- .00
Tennessee 3 10 -- 9 -- 22 .28
Texas -- 5 1 1 1 8 .10
Utah -- 1 -- -- -- 1 .01

Vermont -- -- -- -- -- -- .00
Virginia 5 18 3 17 8 51 .65
Washington -- -- -- 1 1 .01
West Virginia -- 2 1 -- 3 .04
Wisconsin -- 3 1 5 3 12 .15
Wyoming -- -- -- -- -- .00

State Totals 841 2,057 468 2,863 1,583 7,812 99.56


Canal Zone 1 2 3 .04
Guam 1 1 .01
Puerto Rico 1 1 .01
U.S. Virgin Islands

Other Countries 2 8 7 10 27 .34
Unclassified 2 2 .03

Totals 843 2,067 470 2,873 1,593 7,846 99.99


*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 1968


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

Alachua 189 408 19 3 619 1.48
Baker 1 30 2 1 34 .08
Bay 29 558 14 4 605 1.45
Bradford 13 52 1 2 68 .16
Brevard 323 2,565 330 13 3,231 7.75

Broward 440 2,065 354 18 2,777 6.66
Calhoun 6 48 2 -- 56 .13
Charlotte 10 75 8 -- 93 .22
Citrus 14 40 2 -- 56 .13
Clay 18 119 17 2 156 .37

Collier 20 171 13 -- 204 .49
Columbia 24 153 2 -- 179 .43
Dade 1,067 6,138 806 12 8,023 19.24
DeSoto 7 40 8 2 57 .14
Dixie 3 26 1 1 31 .07

Duval 583 2,114 562 139 3,398 8.15
Escambia 83 1,187 27 1 1,298 3.11
Flagler 1 12 -- 1 14 .03
Franklin 13 19 3 1 36 .09
Gadsden 67 91 2 1 161 .39

Gilchrist 1 18 -- 1 20 .05
Glades 3 9 -- 1 13 .03
Gulf 6 54 -- 1 61 .15
Hamilton 4 22 2 -- 28 .07
Hardee 4 56 5 3 .... 68 .16










TABLE 30 (Continued)


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

Hendry 5 37 2 2 46 .11
Hernando 11 25 11 1 48 .12
Highlands 16 95 13 4 128 .31
Hillsborough 1,027 1,904 183 37 3,151 7.56
Holmes 4 55 -- -- 59 .14

Indian River 33 121 10 6 170 .41
Jackson 6 209 5 -- 220 .53
Jefferson 9 28 1 -- 38 .09
Lafayette 1 22 -- -- 23 .06
Lake 57 288 23 3 371 .89

Lee 73 562 30 8 673 1.61
Leon 324 353 6 3 686 1.65
Levy 8 33 4 -- 45 .11
Liberty -- 11 -- 11 .03
Madison 9 82 5 -- 95 .23

Manatee 40 520 20 3 583 1.40
Marion 49 322 17 1 389 .93
Martin 26 91 17 2 136 .33
Monroe 40 280 16 4 340 .82
Nassau 16 59 9 3 87 .21

Okaloosa 67 593 5 2 667 1.60
Okeechobee 5 32 4 -- 41 .10
Orange 758 1,179 155 693 2,785 6.68
Osceola 26 53 5 9 93 .22
Palm Beach 241 1,472 124 25 1,862 4.47










TABLE 30 (Continued)


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

Pasco 42 77 32 12 163 .39
Pinellas 470 2,088 121 7 2,686 6.44
Polk 245 1,010 82 24 1,361 3.26
Putnam 13 184 3 -- 200 .48
Saint Johns 28 106 33 2 169 .41

Saint Lucie 42 250 15 1 308 .74
Santa Rosa 7 182 6 -- 195 .47
Sarasota 137 420 34 4 595 1.43
Seminole 108 349 11 32 500 1.20
Sumter 7 64 8 -- 79 .19

SSuwannee 10 75 14 -- 99 .24
Taylor 15 59 1 -- 75 .18
Union 7 50 -- -- 57 .14
Volusia 127 733 89 8 957 2.29
Wakulla 4 27 1 -- 32 .08

Walton 15 93 2 -- 110 .26
Washington 7 50 1 1 59 .14

Unclassified 6 17 1 24 .06

Total 7,069 30,330 3,198* 1,105 41,702

*Does not include 44 first-time-in-college students at Ringling School of Art whose distribution by
county was not available.










TABLE 31

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS
ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY: FALL 1968


County FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total % of Total


Alachua 5 20 1 158 5 189 2.67
Baker -- -- -- 1 -- 1 .01
Bay -- 8 -- 20 1 29 .41
Bradford 3 5 -- 5 -- 13 .18
Brevard 5 62 32 185 39 323 4.57

Broward 31 134 2 234 39 440 6.22
Calhoun 1 4 -- -- 1 6 .08
Charlotte -- 3 1 6 -- 10 .14
-n Citrus 1 5 -- 5 3 14 .20
Clay 1 6 -- 11 -- 18 .25

Collier -- 3 -- 14 3 20 .28
Columbia 3 5 -- 16 -- 24 .34
Dade 44 272 5 623 123 1,067 15.09
DeSoto -- 3 -- 3 1 7 .10
Dixie -- 2 -- -- 1 3 .04

Duval 91 193 2 239 58 583 8.25
Escambia 16 23 -- 41 3 83 1.17
Flagler -- 1 -- -- 1 .01
Franklin 6 6 -- 1 -- 13 .18
Gadsden 39 19 -- 7 2 67 .95

Gilchrist -- 1 -- -- 1 .01
Glades -- 2 -- 1 -- 3 .04
Gulf 4 1 -- 1 -- 6 .08
Hamilton 3 -- 1 4 .06
Hardee -- 2 -- 2 4 .06










TABLE 31 (Continued)


County FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total % of Total

Hendry -- -- 5 -- 5 .07
Hernando 2 5 -- 4 -- 11 .16
Highlands 2 3 -- 6 5 16 .23
Hillsborough 72 104 1 160 690 1,027 14.53
Holmes 1 1 -- 1 1 4 .06

Indian River 3 17 1 10 2 33 .47
Jackson 3 -- -- 3 -- 6 .08
Jefferson 6 2 -- 1 -- 9 .13
Lafayette 1 -- -- -- -- 1 .01
Lake 10 22 5 15 5 57 .81

SLee 4 17 -- 45 7 73 1.03
Leon 135 165 -- 20 4 324 4.58
Levy -- 5 -- 3 -- 8 .11
Liberty -- -- -- -- -- .00
Madison 5 3 -- -- 8 .11

Manatee -- 9 -- 19 12 40 .57
Marion 16 11 3 17 2 49 .69
Martin 3 2 -- 12 9 26 .37
Monroe 4 10 -- 21 5 40 .57
Nassau 4 9 3 -- 16 .23

Okaloosa 3 40 -- 24 -- 67 .95
Okeechobee 1 1 -- 3 -- 5 .07
Orange 29 144 319 157 109 758 10.72
Osceola -- 7 8 11 -- 26 .37
Palm Beach 18 71 4 129 19 241 3.41










TABLE 31 (Continued)


County FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total % of Total

Pasco 4 9 -- 9 20 42 .59
Pinellas 26 144 1 168 131 470 6.65
Polk 35 62 4 71 73 245 3.47
Putnam -- 2 -- 9 2 13 .18
Saint Johns 10 2 -- 15 1 28 .40

Saint Lucie 13 13 -- 12 4 42 .59
Santa Rosa 2 3 -- 2 -- 7 .10
Sarasota 7 45 -- 47 38 137 1.94
Seminole 3 19 50 21 15 108 1.53
Sumter 2 1 --- 2 2 7 .10

n Suwannee 2 6 -- 2 -- 10 .14
Taylor 2 4 -- 8 1 .15 .21
Union -- 6 -- 1 -- 7 .10
Volusia 6 32 14 60 15 127 1.80
Wakulla 4 -- -- 4 .06

Walton 8 5 2 15 .21
Washington 4 3 7 .10
Unclassified -- -- 6 6 .08

Total 703 1,784 459 2,669 1,454 7,069 99.97.

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: 1957-1968


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

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

1958 31.9 28.6 60.5 34.4 5.1 39.5

1959 31.3 28.5 59.8 35.0 5.2 40.2

1960 31.7 35.6 67.3 29.3 3.4 32.7

S1961 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

1968 15.5 65.4 80.9 15.8 3.3 19.1









TABLE 33

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS
ENROLLMENT IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1958-1968


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

1958 33.9% 32.7% 66.6% 41.7% 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

1968 17.0 72.7 89.7 7.7 2.6 10.3










TABLE 34

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1958-1968


State Public Public Private Baccalaureate Private Private
Fall University Junior Institutions Degree-Granting Junior Institutions
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

S 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

1968 8.8 30.5 39.3 54.4 6.3 60.7









TABLE 35

ORIGIN OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: 1961-1968


State or Other
Geographical
Area 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

Alabama 157 116 141 214 248 214 179 150
Alaska 2 3 2 2 6 3 4 4
Arizona 3 4 4 9 7 11 16 8
Arkansas 12 10 17 18 19 18 17 19
California 35 22 48 39 50 62 73 75

Colorado 13 6 10 7 16 24 23 23
Connecticut 171 134 144 186 256 299 319 362
Delaware 22 14 11 18 38 43 64 47
Dist. of Columbia 36 23 27 33 68 57 65 64
Florida 19,829 21,643 23,630 29,203 34,609 37,518 39,081 41,746

Georgia 337 290 366 381 442 413 433 433
Hawaii -- 1 3 3 4 7 8 7
Idaho 1 1 1 2 -- 3 11 7
Illinois 174 173 177 240 292 295 349 392
Indiana 84 98 83 109 130 181 167 194

Iowa 20 14 12 18 15 22 35 25
Kansas 9 10 12 10 14 15 9 15
Kentucky 63 54 72 86 72 90 86 100
Louisiana 23 24 19 26 36 36 37 48
Maine 29 20 11 45 35 42 67 63

Maryland 81 76 73 112 159 169 200 240
Massachusetts 180 152 147 194 254 278 348 335
Michigan 83 93 75 72 113 123 126 155
Minnesota 15 9 19 24 24 27 40 32
Mississippi 18 9 24 22 37 45 45 27

Missouri 27 24 30 39 38 44 74 69
Montana 4 3 3 2 2 4 -- 6
Nebraska 5 1 10 5 5 10 11 16
Nevada 1 1 2 7 4 1 3 4
New Hampshire 15 14 12 12 24 25 35 42

New Jersey 473 357 392 574 928 1,076 1,2889 1,294
New Mexico -- 10 4 6 10 9 10 7
New York 864 631 737 920 1,081 1,451 1,542 1,760
North Carolina 76 77 94 97 155 141 143 153
North Dakota 1 4 1 2 3 3 3 1






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TABLE 35 (Continued)


State or Other
Geographical
Area 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

Ohio 205 193 176 208 271 310 371 406
Oklahoma 8 3 16 14 14 12 7 13
Oregon 5 6 1 5 5 4 10 5
Pennsylvania 355 290 321 380 465 498 562 640
Rhode Island 22 27 45 39 42 41 31 51

South Carolina 73 67 87 71 106 114 118 127
South Dakota 4 2 -- 1 4 2 8 4
Tennessee 60 72 78 87 104 127 120 108
Texas 37 35 35 36 57 61 63 68
Utah -- 1 2 4 1 2 4 4

Vermont 16 16 8 15 13 14 18 27
Virginia 127 129 144 117 319 261 318 320
Washington 7 3 4 10 8 12 17 28
West Virginia 23 .23 27 24 43 39 42 34
Wisconsin 34 29 33 32 49 71 59 76
Wyoming 2 2 2 5 1 1 3 3


Canal Zone 5 5 19 11 8 10 6 8
Guam -- -- -- -- 1 3
Puerto Rico 23 26 23 17 25 45 25 22
Virgin Islands -- -- -- -- 2 2 1 4

Other Countries 150 204 327 218 511 337 366 428
Unclassified 19 119 102 52 123 501 7 195

Total 24,038 25,373 27,863 34,083 41,365 45,226 47,068 50,497




















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TABLE 36

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY: 1961-1968


County 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

Alachua 256 327 301 375 424 763 840 619
Baker 8 21 25 24 38 36 42 34
Bay 333 351 403 397 634 584 511 605
Bradford 33 37 31 55 58 58 26 68
Brevard 648 965 986 1,187 1,503 1,943 3,399 3,231

Broward 1,271 1,354 1,722 1,631 2,713 2,824 2,553 2,777
Calhoun 34 26 33 32 42 58 43 56
Charlotte 26 38 77 48 82 89 91 93
Citrus 29 38 33 50 58 65 56 56
Clay 59 84 101 123 173 158 144 156

Collier 43 55 81 80 115 123 147 204
Columbia 44 144 146 182 184 165 168 179
Dade 4,415 4,282 4,356 5,643 6,388 6,967 7,612 8,023
DeSoto 33 35 24 36 61 44 38 57
Dixie

Duval 1,202 1,263 2,005 2,000 2,357 3,481 3,295 3,398
Escambia 962 1,096 1,040 1,348 1,280 1,276 1,379 1,298
Flagler 8 19 20 25 30 27 29 14
Franklin 10 11 14 19 20 29 40 36
Gadsden 98 101 67 103 131 151 141 161

Gilchrist 5 22 19 17 20 24 15 20
Glades 6 2 1 12 11 9 14 13
Gulf 43 37 53 37 72 96 60 61
Hamilton 34 37 34 38 52 25 31 28
Hardee 32 23 44 53 76 60 90 68

Hendry 20 24 26 27 33 58 27 46
Hernando 17 37 43 54 39 56 60 48
Highlands 58 46 47 102 102 57 153 128
Hillsborough 1,576 1,501 1,476 1,961 2,351 2,370 2,276 3,151
Holmes 30 34 32 41 76 66 52 59

Indian River 128 80 104 145 176 163 219 170
Jackson 175 174 201 226 210 235 230 220
Jefferson 40 40 61 73 59 27 36 38
Lafayette 17 16 13 9 15 18 21 23
Lake 174 334 272 398 361 371 413 371








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TABLE 36 (Continued)


County 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

Lee 133 364 288 389 506 471 444 673
Leon 349 388 375 452 521 725 623 686
Levy 48 36 42 50 60 77 39 45
Liberty 7 3 8 15 13 13 8 11
Madison 92 74 100 104 93 91 82 95

Manatee 338 297 281 429 454 508 535 583
Marion 298 308 355 369 442 484 426 389
Martin 52 57 57 95 92 82 99 136
Monroe 69 72 75 110 441 253 216 340
Nassau 42 27 55 63 82 125 91 87

Okaloosa 146 159 177 477 581 569 592 667
Okeechobee 19 18 15 34 42 142 55 41
Orange 960 1,003 1,261 1,584 1,837 1,954 2,265 2,785
Osceola 38 36 50 70 80 90 90 93
Palm Beach 1,004 1,187 1,321 1,560 1,842 1,852 1,769 1,862

Pasco 92 162 85 111 122 133 156 163
Pinellas 1,785 2,170 2,096 2,337 2,783 2,595 2,682 2,686
Polk 535 618 648 1,323 1,300 1,277 1,261 1,361
Putnam 152 185 180 239 209 257 192 200
St. Johns 130 133 143 196 233 172 196 169

St. Lucie 166 175 178 253 313 277 266 308
Santa Rosa 152 124 154 182 261 266 240 195
Sarasota 351 274 335 483 549 578 644 595
Seminole 142 129 227 239 245 416 434 500
Sumter 48 55 50 71 80 76 57 79

Suwannee 51 49 77 88 97 88 67 99
Taylor 91 65 75 67 83 69 102 75
Union 6 22 18 3 27 81 44 57
Volusia 538 671 778 920 981 1,034 925 957
Wakulla 16 8 10 17 19 26 18 32

Walton 39 26 38 87 135 132 87 110
Washington 65 46 55 61 56 51 59 59
Unclassified 2 30 111 147 44 35 50 24

Total 19,829 21,643 23,629 29,203 34,609 37,518 39,081 41,702*

*Does not include 44 first-time-in-college students at Ringling School of
Art whose distribution by county was not available.







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TABLE 37

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION:
ALTERNATE YEARS: 1960-1968


Institution 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968

State University System

FAMU 702 466 795 538 843
FAU
FSU 2,040 1,995 2,206 1,864 2,067
FTU -- -- 470
UF 3,002 2,478 2,764 2,699 2,873
USF 1,372 1,059 1,706 1,695 1,593
UWF

Public Junior Colleges

Brevard JC 522 682 942 1,527 2,602
Central Florida JC 214 327 435 617 429
Chipola JC 252 310 435 550 472
Daytona Beach JC 314 512 644 797 788
Edison JC -- 321 360 566 854
Florida JC at Jacksonville -- -- 1,644 2,025
Florida Keys JC -- -- 201 276
Gulf Coast JC 220 305 352 679 690
Hillsborough JC -- -- 1,158
Indian River JC 202 178 298 394 553
JC of Broward County 460 765 900 1,973 1,719
Lake City JC -- 244 344 460 447
Lake-Sumter JC -- 154 259 331 353
Manatee JC 338 427 688 1,017 1,103
Miami-Dade JC 1,208 2,710 4,131 6,631 7,784
North Florida JC 150 182 308 390 478
Okaloosa-Walton JC -- 401 529 607
Palm Beach JC 773 987 1,359 1,796 1,729
Pensacola JC 913 1,182 1,426 1,586 1,590
Polk JC -- 707 979 1,099
St. Johns River JC 157 343 860 748 430
St. Petersburg JC 1,285 2,024 2,332 3,208 2,991
Santa Fe JC -- -- 604 692
Seminole JC -- -- 533 679
South Florida JC 188 157
Tallahassee JC -- -- 448 463
Valencia JC -- -- 844










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TABLE 37 (Continued)


Institution 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968

Private Baccalaureate Degree-
Granting Institutions

Barry C. 220 216 203 197 173
Bethune-Cookman C. 160 184 196 385 210
Biscayne C. -- -- 102 159 121
Edward Waters C. 260 243 231 303 333
Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. -- 71 25 543 176

Florida Inst. of Tech. -- 105 120 396 570
Florida Memorial C. 75 87 51 131 223
Florida Presbyterian C. 151 250 247 265 270
Florida Southern C. 667 747 610 465 427
Jacksonville U. 342 563 438 432 547
New College -- 101 109 307
Ringling School of Art -- 112 127 156
Rollins College 392 428 432 466 435
St. Joseph College of Fla.
St. ILeo College 114 216 342 551 411
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul
South-Eastern Bible C. -- -- 126 187 233
Stetson U. 465 430 470 434 439
U. of Miami 3,385 1,660 1,864 2,160 2,160
U. of Tampa 474 489 501 618 600
Webber C. 51 50 61 46 50

Private Junior Colleges

Florida C. 121 127 170 188 185
Jones College
Jacksonville Div. -- -- 194 425 362
Orlando Div. -- -- 218 190 370
Marymount C. -- -- 135 159 295
Orlando JC 480 638 910 994 448


*From Opening Fall Enrollment in Higher Education, 1965 (Washington:
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1969, p. 27.












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CHAPTER V

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT









GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT


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

in the fall of 1968 (15,495 students) rose by 13.5 per cent (1,843 students)

over the previous record high of 13,652 graduate students recorded in the

fall of 1967. The net gain in graduate student enrollment in 1968 was, how-

ever, only 54.8 per cent as great as the net gain in graduate enrollment the

previous year (3,361 students).

Of the total graduate on-campus enrollment, 71.1 per cent (11,009 stu-

dents) were enrolled in public universities and 28.9 per cent (4,486 students)

were enrolled in private colleges and universities (Table 38). The number of

graduate enrollments in the five state universities offering on-campus gradu-

ate courses and the total figures for the private sector offering graduate

courses are shown in Tables 38 and 39. The origin of Florida graduate on-

campus enrollments by county is displayed in the first of these tables and

their origin by state or other geographical area in the latter. Students

whose point of origin was one of Florida's 67 counties and who enrolled as

graduate students in a public university accounted for 68.8 per cent of the

total graduate count.

Origin of graduate on-campus enrollment by state and other geographical

area for the years 1962 through 1968 are shown in Table 40.

Students whose point of origin was one of Florida's 67 counties are

recorded in Table 41 for the years 1961 through 1968. The name of each

participating institution offering graduate level work in the fall 1968 is

shown in Table 42 including total graduate enrollment figures for each year

since 1962.







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TABLE 38

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR OTHER
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: FALL 1968


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

Alabama -- -- 94 31 4 129 7 136
Alaska -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Arizona -- 2 2 -- 4 4 8
Arkansas -- 14 4 1 19 -- 19
California -- -- 53 35 4 92 19 111

Colorado -- 4 3 -- 7 1 8
Connecticut -- 2 11 13 3 29 24 53
Delaware -- 5 5 1 11 3 14
Dist. of Columbia -- -- 2 -- 2 6 8
Florida 368 1,005 1,837 3,312 1,936 8,458 3,833 12,291

Georgia 18 -- 105 39 1 163 13 176
Hawaii -- 1 -- -- 1 1 2
Idaho -- 1 1 -- 1
Illinois -- 6 60 37 3 106 94 200
Indiana -- 30 10 2 42 23 65

Iowa 16 5 3 24 2 26
Kansas 11 7 18 2 20
Kentucky 2 37 14 2 55 10 65
Louisiana 46 17 2 65 3 68
Maine 1 5 2 8 2 10

Maryland 21 21 42 14 56
Massachusetts 4 34 22 3 63 25 88
Michigan 37 21 1 59 8 7
Minnesota 19 3 1 23 10 33
Mississippi 1 37 12 50 4 54










TABLE 38 (Continued)



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

Missouri 19 9 28 7 35
Montana -- 1 1
Nebraska 8 7 15 1 16
Nevada 1 1 -- 1
New Hampshire 5 2 2 9 2 11

New Jersey 2 51 33 7 93 27 120
New Mexico 3 3 6 -- 6
New York 7 106 96 11 220 110 330
North Carolina 54 32 2 88 11 99
North Dakota 4 4 4
C
Ohio 2 53 33 4 92- 29 121
Oklahoma 7 2 9 3 12
Oregon 4 2 6 3 9
Pennsylvania 57 36 4 97 33 130
Rhode Island 3 6 1 1 11 3 14

South Carolina 2 54 24 2 82 13 95
South Dakota 1 3 4 2 6
Tennessee 63 26 1 90 6 96
Texas 51 21 72 10 82
Utah 7 7 3 10

Vermont 1 2 1 4 3 7
Virginia 1 51 26 6 84 11 95
Washington 8 7 1 16 -- 16









TABLE 38 (Continued)



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

West Virginia 9 5 14 1 2
Wisconsin 29 15 1 45 12 --
Wyoming 3 1 4 -- 4

Sub-Total 387 1,038 3,134 4,003 2,010 10,572 4,399 14,971


Canal Zone 1 1 2 2
Guam --
Puerto Rico 11 11 6 17
U.S. Virgin Islands

Other Countries 23 140 250 11 424 81 505
Unclassified


Total 387 1,062 3,285 4,254 2,021 11,009 4,486 15,495










TABLE 39

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY
FALL 1968


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

Alachua 5 -- 15 1,533 4 1,557 3 1,560 12.69
Baker 4 4 -- 4 .03
Bay 20 28 13 61 -- 61 .49
Bradford 1 13 14 14 .11
Brevard 2 51 68 32 153 894 1,047 8.52

Broward 2 413 56 112 6 589 105 694 5.65
Calhoun 2 4 1 7 -- 7 .06
Charlotte 3 6 5 14 1 15 .12
Citrus 1 1 4 4 10 1 11 .09
Clay 1 6 11 18 6 24 .20

Collier 3 7 6 2 18 2 20 .16
Columbia 3 4 21 1 29 2 31 .25
Dade 4 195 126 297 16 638 1,234 1,872 15.23
DeSoto 1 2 3 -- 3 .02
Dixie 1 6 7 -- 7 .06

Duval 62 3 74 202 8 349 239 588 4.78
Escambia 6 -- 43 31 1 81 2 83 .68
Flagler -- 1 1 .01
Franklin 1 2 1 4 -- 4 .03
Gadsden 42 12 12 5 59 -- 59 .48

Gilchrist 3 3 -- 3 .02
Glades 1 1 2 1 3 .02
Gulf 2 5 7 1 8 .07
Hamilton 3 2 5 5 .04
Hardee 1 1 2 -- 2 .02










TABLE 39 (Continued)

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY
FALL 1968


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


Hendry 1 3 2 1 1 8 1 9 .07
Hernando 2 5 2 9 -- 9 .07
Highlands 1 9 7 8 25 -- 25 .20
Hillsborough 4 3 63 96 881 1,047 12 1,059 8.62
Holmes 1 3 4 -- 4 .03

Indian River 3 3 8 1 15 3 18 .15
Jackson 10 16 14 40 -- 40 .33
Jefferson 8 6 6 20 -- 20 .16
Lafayette -- -- .00
Lake 1 11 24 2 38 15 53 .43

Lee 6 12 18 1 37 1 38 .31
Leon 136 849 8 2 995 3 998 8.12
Levy 13 13 -- 13 .11
Liberty 1 1 1 2 .02
Madison 5 11 7 23 -- 23 .18

Manatee 1 3 17 18 32 71 4 75 .61
Marion 3 7 57 2 69 2 71 .58
Martin 4 1 6 1 12 1 13 .11
Monroe 1 2 4 11 1 19 1 20 .16
Nassau 1 2 3 6 3 9 .07

Okaloosa 25 15 40 1 41 .33
Okeechobee 4 4 -- 4 .03
Orange 1 5 48 136 31 221 585 806 6.56
Osceola 4 4 3 11 7 18 .15
Palm Beach 1 328 57 101 8 495 26 521 4.24











TABLE 39 (Continued)

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY
FALL 1968


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

Pasco 1 6 7 30 44 -- 44 .36
Pinellas 8 3 104 126 651 892 10 902 7.34
Polk 3 1 34 63 149 250 33 283 2.30
Putnam 3 2 30 1 36 3 39 .32
Saint Johns 1 8 13 22 6 28 .23

Saint Lucie 1 12 1 5 1 20 2 22 .18
Santa Rose 5 6 11 -- 11 .09
Sarasota 2 23 30 28 83 2 85 .69
Seminole 1 5 24 7 37 65 102 .83
Sumter

Suwannee 9 1 4 15 29 -- 29 .24
Taylor 10 9 3 22 -- 22 .18
Union 1 5 6 -- 6 .05
Volusia 1 1 33 70 9 114 110 224 1.82
Wakulla 1 1 -- 1 .01

Walton 6 4 1 11 -- 11 .09
Washington 1 8 2 11 -- 11 .09

Unclassified 4 4 443 447 3.64


Total 368 1,005 1,837 3,312 1,936 8,458 3,833 12,291










TABLE 40

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR
OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: 1962-1968


States 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

Alabama 76 88 90 91 96 124 136
Alaska 3 1 1 1 2 1 -
Arizona 3 2 4 10 8 13 8
Arkansas 17 21 25 22 20 23 19
California 37 44 61 53 56 81 111

Colorado 9 10 12 10 15 12 8
Connecticut 25 24 30 35 29 43 53
Delaware 3 2 5 10 6 9 14
Dist. of Columbia 7 9 10 10 16 6 8
Florida 4,030 4,125 4,888 6,400 7,864 10,595 12,291

Georgia 147 150 178 168 157 195 176
Hawaii -- 2 -- 1 2 6 2
Idaho 2 2 -- 3 3 22 1
Illinois 69 68 86 103 85 118 200
Indiana 29 37 44 39 42 47 65

Iowa 14 9 17 17 24 26 26
Kansas 7 11 14 21 22 20 20
Kentucky 22 34 37 45 56 60 65
Louisiana 41 53 51 46 60 69 68
Maine 11 12 12 12 5 17 10

Maryland 18 27 30 37 48 50 56
Massachusetts 27 40 52 62 65 87 88
Michigan 22 26 38 50 44 70 67
Minnesota 13 16 20 24 27 38 33
Mississippi 35 30 38 45 55 60 54

Missouri 24 29 23 35 34 38 35
Montana 2 2 1 2 4 3 1
Nebraska 4 6 7 12 8 11 16
Nevada 5 3 1 4 2 2 1
New Hampshire 6 4 1 10 10 14 11

New Jersey 48 41 71 88 82 125 120
New Mexico 7 12 18 14 9 7 6
New York 155 137 184 213 233 318 330
North Carolina 53 58 60 90 84 98 99
North Dakota 2 1 3 3 6 6 4








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TABLE 40 (Continued


States 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968


Ohio 65 57 77 96 87 120 121
Okalahoma 17 21 21 14 14 15 12
Oregon 5 4 7 8 7 6 9
Pennsylvania 90 74 91 116 105 144 130
Rhode Island 4 5 3 4 9 14 14

South Carolina 52 67 68 67 53 69 95
South Dakota 7 2 1 5 10 9 6
Tennessee 59 70 47 86 80 94 96
Texas 59 58 61 66 68 84 82
Utah 44 8 9 4 7 11 10

Vermont 4 4 1 5 5 6 7
Virginia 38 44 52 66 69 94 95
Washington 7 8 12 16 16 11 16
West Virginia 19 15 23 25 17 26 15
Wisconsin 17 21 29 34 39 48 57
Wyoming 1 4 5 4 3 4 4

Canal Zone 2 2 1 4 5 2 2
Guam -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico 8 4 3 21 23 42 17
U.S. Virgin Islands

Other Countries 266 323 355 350 395 438 505
Unclassified 1 3 1 --

Total 5,738 5,927 6,978 8,780 10,291 13,652 15,495




















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TABLE 41

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY: 1961-1968


Counties 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

Alachua 144 161 206 207 245 976 1,529 1,560
Baker 3 2 3 3 3 3 4 4
Bay 17 32 24 31 45 38 59 61
Bradford 2 7 10 16 12 18 24 14
Brevard 21 167 235 312 393 532 809 1,047

Broward 139 184 135 125 424 569 731 694
Calhoun 2 2 10 12 7 11 13 7
Charlotte 5 5 2 ] 4 7 12 15
Citrus 5 3 3 3 '5 7 13 14
Clay 10 7 7 14 13 18 24 24

Collier 2 4 3 5 6 6 22 20
Columbia 6 10 15 13 19 19 29 31
Dade 1,142 1,507 1,235 1,551 1,631 1,331 1,870 1,872
DeSoto -- 1 4 3 8 7 7 3
Dixie 1 2 1 4 2 2 4 7

Duval 121 187 173 250 373 439 641 588
Escambia 32 29 40 52 62 52 84 83
Flagler 1 2 3 5 7 5 1. 1
Franklin 2 7 8 10 6 3 7 4
Gadsden 46 51 40 55 64 67 66 59

Gilchrist 2 3 2 5 4 1 3 3
Glades 2 1 -- -- 2 3
Gulf 2 1 3 4 6 10 4 8
Hamilton 3 6 1 7 6 5 13 5
Hardee 3 3 4 3 3 5 2 2










TABLE 41 (Continued)


Counties 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965. 1966 1967 1968


Hendry 1 4 5 4 5 10 11 9
Hernando 6 6 3 5 8 9 11 9
Highlands 10 11 10 13 19 6 21 25
Hillsborough 92 110 99 199 341 535 742 1,059
Holmes 4 2 7 4 2 3 2 4

Indian River 4 5 6 13 18 8 13 18
Jackson 10 20 21 20 17 28 31 40
Jefferson 13 15 19 14 8 6 19 20
Lafayette 3 4 1 1 1 2 2 -
Lake 22 34 35 36 33 38 52 53

0 Lee 13 11 9 20 20 23 46 38
Leon 330 363 455 487 561 578 685 998
Levy 7 15 12 5 7 6 10 13
Liberty 5 3 2 5 3 1 1 2
Madison 12 12 14 11 12 10 15 23

Manatee 12 16 21 24 38 44 48 75
Marion 26 26 27 35 37 36 68 71
Martin 1 2 4 4 9 8 8 13
Monroe 9 8 7 6 5 6 16 20
Nassau 3 11 2 4 3 5 7 9

Okaloosa 124 99 6 12 23 23 44 41
Okeechobee 2 -- 2 3 4 10 5 4
Orange 307 333 691 730 591 637 734 806
Osceola 8 5 3 1 9 16 18 18
Palm Beach 37 71 67 74 514 606 564 521











TABLE 41 (Continued)


Counties 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

Pasco 5 4 4 19 19 30 25 44
Pinellas 84 109 113 162 242 322 473 902
Polk 69 64 62 70 109 125 177 283
Putnam 19 18 18 21 28 21 36 39
Saint Johns 15 17 8 15 12 14 35 28

Saint Lucie 5 7 10 17 27 33 21 22
Santa Rosa 9 10 4 6 9 7 11 11
Seminole 19 25 22 22 65 70 102 102
Sumter 7 7 6 5 6 6 14 9

Suwannee 14 16 12 15 16 12 22 29
Taylor 5 5 7 10 18 14 17 22
Union 1 5 7 3 4 4 6 6
Volusia 104 135 118 143 152 171 216 224

Walton 2 5 5 15 9 7- 14 11
Washington 3 3 3 3 4 5 9 11

Florida Unclassified -- -- -- -- 194 447


Total 3,168 4,030 4,125 4,888 6,400 7,685 10,595 12,291










TABLE 42

GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTION
1962-1968


Institution 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

State University System

FAMU 246 269 298 376 422 427 387
FAU -- 2 783 1,165 1,131 1,062
FSU 1,577 1,669 2,008 2,177 2,458 2,957 3,285
UF 1,526 1,844 1,988 2,182 2,478 4,218 4,254
USF -- 127 377 763 1,017 2,021

SUS Totals 3,349 3,782 4,423 5,895 7,286 8,750 11,009


Private Baccalaureate
Degree-Granting Inst.'s

Barry C. 96 101 155 172 267 276 231
Edward Waters C. 156 *

Florida Inst. of Tech. 142 215 275 307 409 542 631
Jacksonville Univ. -- -- 63 110 160 239 264
Nova Univ. -- 21 19
Rollins C. 258 612 640 600 705 739 802
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul -- 11 36 36 41 48
Stetson Univ. 152 132 157 151 161 163 314
Univ. of Miami 1,701 1,085 1,284 1,509 1,267 1,721 2,177

PDGI Totals 2,349 2,145 2,585 2,885 3,005 3,902 4,242


Totals 5,698 5,927 7,008 8,780 10,291 13,652 15,251


% in SUS 58.8 63.8 63.1 67.1 70.8 69.2 72.2
% of Total** 6.5 5.8 6.0 6.4 6.6 7.4 7.9


*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 Institution of Higher Learning has appeared annually

since 1957. In the first publication 20 public and private institutions partici-

pated with a total on campus enrollment of 50,286 students (Table 43). Each year

the publication has grown until presently 60 institutions are reporting with a

total on-campus student body of 192,999.


Public University System

Florida Technological University, located in Orlando, opened its doors to

students for the first time in the fall of 1968. A total of 1,492 students

enrolled on-campus in freshmen,-sophomore, and junior courses. Senior level

courses will be offered by the fall of 1969. Florida Technological University

raises the number of state supported universities to seven. Two additional

institutions are planned under the State University System and are scheduled

to begin operation by 1972. These new universities will be constructed in

Jacksonville, Duval County, and in Miami, Dade County.

In the past decade, the State University System of Florida has grown by

155 percent (36,802 students) for an average annual increase of 10.4 percent

(Table 44). In the fall of 1968, the University System exceeded theaverage

annual increase by 1.8 percent when it enrolled 6,396 more students than in the

preceding fall term. A total of 60,515 students enrolled in the seven public

universities represented 31.3per cent of the state total enrollment in higher

education as compared to 31.5 per cent in 1967.










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Public Community Colleges


Hillsborough Junior College, the newest community junior college, offered

courses for the first time in the fall 1968. The initial classes enrolled a

total of 1,625 students.

In 1957, when Florida began to expand the junior college program under a

master plan which proposed 28 separate college campuses, seven public junior

colleges reported a total on-campus student body of 5,444 students. In the

fall 1968 term, this figure had risen to 89,661 students enrolled in 27

colleges.

Only one educational center, proposed in the original plan, designed to

service Pasco and Hernando Counties, remains in the planning stages and is

scheduled to begin operations in the fall of 1970.

Florida's public junior colleges enrolled 46.5 per cent of the state's

total higher education student body and 51.2 per cent (84,160 students) of all

Florida students attending colleges and universities in their own state. Since

1957, when this sector of higher education accounted for 12.3 per cent of the

state's total enrollment, it has grown by 83,492 students for a net increase

of 1,353 per cent. In the past decade the junior colleges have shown an

average annual rate of growth of 25.5 per cent. In 1968, the community

colleges grew by 14.1 per cent (11,064 students). Throughout this period of

rapid growth the ratio of males to females has remained almost constant (60 per

cent males).














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Private Baccalaureate Degree-Granting Institutions


The private baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate degree-granting institu-

tions of Florida have maintained a steady growth since 1957. In 1957, 21,677

students were enrolled on-campus of which 71.1 per cent (15,427 students) were

from Florida and 28.9 per cent (6,150 students) were from other states and

countries. In the fall of 1968, the number of Florida students was reported

to be 23,467 (59.9 per cent) and those students attending from out-of-state

totaled 15,722 (40.1 per cent) for a total of 39,189 on-campus students.

Although the 10 per cent increase (3,555 students) in the enrollment of this

segment from the fall of 1967 to the fall of 1968 was 4 per cent greater than

its average annual increase for the past decade (6 per cent), the enrollment

of this segment when expressed'as a percentage of the total enrollment in

Florida's colleges and universities has declined from 37.9 per cent in 1957

to 14.3 per cent in 1968.


Private Junior Colleges


Private education in the junior college segment has experienced a 70.4 per

cent increase in enrollment since 1957 when 2,133 students were enrolled. Of

the 3,634 on-campus students reported in 1968, three-forths (2,733 students)

were classified as Florida students and 901 students (24.8 per cent) came

from geographical areas other than Florida. Non-Florida enrollment in 1957

accounted for only 14.1 per cent (189 students) of the private junior college

total on-campus enrollment. The net gain in 1968 over the 3,590 students

reported in 1967 was 1.2 per cent (44 students). This was considerable below

the average annual increase of 9.4 per cent for the past 10 years.






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First-Time-In-College


The community junior colleges, in fulfilling one of their intended roles,

continued to enroll the largest number of first-time-in-college students (33,012)

for the fall term 1968. This group of students, together with 7,979 students

enrolled in private baccalaureate degree-granting institutions, 7,846 students

attending public universities, and 1,660 students attending private junior

colleges for the first time, raised the first-time-in-college total to a record

high of 50,497 students. Public education accounted for four out of every five

of these enrollments. In 1957, the public institutions reported only 53.5 per

cent of the first-time-in-college enrollment and the private colleges and univer-

sities 46.5 per cent of the 13,260 new students enrolled.

The rate of first-time-in-college growth will probably decrease as the rapid

expansion of educational facilities in new geographical areas within the state

begins to subside. However, first-time-in-college enrollment is expected to

continue to grow.


Graduate Enrollment


Five state-supported universities and nine private degree-granting institu-

tions enrolled post-baccalaureate students for graduate studies in the fall term;

Graduate enrollment in Florida, since 1962, has increased by 9,553 students until

today it represents 7.9 per cent (15,251 students) of total higher education

enrollment in the state. In 1962, the comparable figure was 6.5 per cent (5,698

students). Again in 1968, the public sector accounted for the larger portion of

the graduate enrollment (11,009 students, 72.2 per cent). The public university

proportion was reported to be 58.8 per cent in 1962.







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Non-Florida graduate enrollment accounted for 23.2 per cent of the public

university graduate enrollment and 9.6 per cent of the private college and

university graduate enrollment. In past years, a gradual increase of gradu-

ate student to total on-campus enrollments has been noted. With the number of

upper division 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.


Non-Florida Enrollment


Attendance in Florida's institutions by students whose home residence was

reported to be other than Florida increased 8.7 per cent (2,308 students) over

the 1967 record high of 26,463 non-Florida students. This increase was reflected

in the 12.2 per cent (21,059 students) statewide gain in higher education enroll-

ment over the previous year's total of 171,490 students. Non-Florida enrollment

made up 14.2 per cent (25,567 students) of Florida's total undergraduate enroll-

ment and 21.0 per cent (3,204 students) of the state total graduate enrollment.

Non-Florida enrollment in Florida's institutions varies with type of insti-

tution. In general, private institutions have larger proportions of out-of-state

students than do the public institutions. In 1968, the percentage of non-Florida

enrollment of the total college enrollment for the public universities was 11.0

per cent, the public community junior colleges was 6.1 per cent, the private

baccalaureate degree-granting institutions was 24.8 per cent and the private

junior colleges was 14.9 per cent. A noticeable increase can be traced since

1957 in the proportion of non-Florida enrollment in both segments of private

education while a similar decline can be noted in the public universities. The

public community colleges reflect an increase from 1957 to 1966 in the proportion




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on non-Florida enrollment (from 2.7 per cent to 7.1 per cent) and a decline in

1967 (6.4 per cent) and in 1968 (6.1 per cent). In 1967 the public sector

enrolled 2,926 non-Florida students and by 1968 this figure had grown to

12,148 while the private sectors had a growth from 6,339 to 16,623 non-Florida

students over this same period of time.

Students entering a college or university for the first time and who were

classified as non-Florida enrollees accounted for 17.3 per cent (8,571 students)

of the total fi st-time-in-college enrollment while at the graduate level 2.1

per cent (3,204 students) were non-Florida enrollees. Public universities

enrolled 2,551 non-Florida graduate students and the private sector 653 non-

Florida graduate students.





































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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 1968
Enrollment Total Total Total
Increase On-Campus On-Campus On-Campus
1957 1968 1957-1968 Enrollment Enrollment Enrollment


SUS 21,146 60,515 39,369 186.2 42.1 31.3

Pub. J.C. 6,169 89,661 83,492 1,353.3 12.3 46.5

Priv. BDGI 21,577 39,189 17,612 81.6 42.9 20.3

Priv. J.C. 1,394 3,634 2,240 160.7 2.7 1.9
00
00
Total 50,286 192,999 142,713 283.8










TABLE 44

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS AND PERCENTAGE OF INCREASE BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1959-1968


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1968 60,515 11.8 89,661 14.1 39,189 10.0 3,634 1.2 192,999 10.9

% Increase
1959-1968 36,802 155.2 78,653 714.5 15,922 68.4 1,501 70.4 132,878 221.0
Average
Annual
Increase 4,809 10.4 8,739 25.5 1,769 6.0 167 9.3 14,764 12.7

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