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Title: Enrollment in Florida's institutions of higher learning
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Language: English
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Creation Date: 1969
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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
    Chapter I: General information
        Page 1
        Introductory remarks
            Page 2
        Florida's institutions of higher learning
            Page 3
            Page 4
            Page 5
            Page 6
            Page 7
        List of abbreviations
            Page 8
    Chapter II: Report of statewide enrollment
        Page 9
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    Chapter III: Enrollments by institutions
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    Chapter IV: First-time-in-college
        Page 47
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    Chapter V: Graduate student enrollment
        Page 69
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    Chapter VI: Trends and new developments in Florida higher education
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ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

FALL 1969





































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

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

Fred 0. Dickinson . . . . . . Comptroller

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

Doyle Conner . . . . .. Commissioner of Agriculture


i THE FLORIDA BOARD OF REGENTS

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

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

Chester H. Ferguson . . . . . . Tampa

E. W. Hopkins, Jr. . . . . . Pensacola

Miss Elizabeth A. Kovachevich . . . . .. St. Petersburg

Henry D. Kramer . . . . . . Jacksonville

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

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

Milton N. Weir, Jr. . . . . . . Boca Raton


THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM

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

Philip F. Ashler . . .......Executive Vice Chancellor

V Kenneth E. Penrod . . . .. Vice Chancellor for Medical
and Health Services
Allan Tucker . . . .. Vice Chancellor for Academic'Affairs




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PREFACE


In 1958, the then Board of Control inaugurated a series of annual reports

of enrollment in institutions of higher education in Florida, public and private

alike. The initial volume of the series reported enrollment for the fall of

1957. The present volume reports the enrollment for the fall of 1969.

Florida had 23 colleges and universities in the fall of 1957, with a com-

bined on-campus enrollment of approximately 50,000 students. Twelve years later

in 1969, 60 institutions of higher learning were in operation in Florida, with a

combined on-campus enrollment of 211,712 students.

Several tables included in this volume present historical data that reflect

the trends that have changed the enrollment pattern of 1957 to the pattern that

characterizes the present-day enrollment of students throughout the private and

public institutions that are in operation in Florida.

In addition to historical data, this volume contains an array of additional

tabular data that describes the scope of higher education in Florida in terms of

student enrollment.

As in the years past, this office obtained enrollment figures directly from

the registrars of the participating institutions. Thomas Baker of the Division

of Community Colleges, Department of Education, coordinated the enrollment

reports among the community colleges.

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

and Jack Theus, Research Assistants, prepared this volume. G. Emerson Tully,

Director of Educational Research, gave general direction to the project.

This volume of the series is presented with the expectation that it will

have the wide and continuous use as previous volumes of the same series.


Allan Tucker
September, 1970 Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

FLORIDA BOARD OF REGENTS . . . . ... ....... ii

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

LIST OF TABLES AND CHARTS . . . . ... ...... v

Chapter

I. GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . ... .... 1

Introductory Remarks
Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning
List of Abbreviations

II. REPORT OF STATEWIDE ENROLLMENT . . . . 9

III. ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTIONS ................. 26

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

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

VI. TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION ... 84































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LIST OF TABLES AND CHARTS

Table Page

1. Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning:
Fall 1969 12

2. Undergraduate On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Program:
Fall 1969 13

3. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in Florida's
Colleges and Universities: Fall 1969 13

4. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Level of
Program: Fall 1969 14

5. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of
Institution: Fall 1969 14

6. Origin of Total On-Campus Enrollment by State or Other
Geographical Area and Type of Institution: Fall 1969 15

7. Origin of Florida On-Campus Enrollment by County and
Type of Institution: Fall 1969 17

8. Percentage of Total On-Campus Enrollment in Each Type of
Institution: 1957-1969 20

9. Percentage of Florida On-Campus Enrollment in Each Type
of Institution: 1957-1969 21

10. Percentage of Non-Florida Total On-Campus Enrollment in
Each Type of Institution: 1957-1969 22

11. Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution:
1957-1969 23

12. Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution:
1957-1969 24

13. Percentage of Male On-Campus Enrollment to Total Enroll-
ment by Type of Institution: 1960-1969 25

14. Total Male Enrollment and First-Time-In-College Male
Enrollment in Florida's Colleges and Universities: 25
Fall 1969

15. Institutions Enrolling more than 2,500 On-Campus Students
by Rank: Fall 1969 29





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Table Page

16. Florida Institutions of Higher Learning by Type of
Enrollment: Fall 1969 30

17. On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Colleges and Univer-
sities by Institution, Type of Enrollment, and Sex:
Fall 1969 31

18. Total Enrollment, First-Time-In-College Enrollment and
Terminal Enrollment by Type of Institution and Sex:
Fall 1969 34

19. Percentage of On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Colleges
and Universities by Institution, Type of Enrollment, and
Sex: Fall 1969 34

20. On-Campus Enrollments from Florida, Other States and
Countries by Institution: Fall 1969 35

21. Total On-Campus Enrollments by Institution: Alternate
Years 1961-1969 37

22. Origin of State University System On-Campus Enrollment
by State or Other Geographical Area: Fall 1969 39

23. Origin of State University System Florida On-Campus
Enrollment by County: Fall 1969 41

24. Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State Universities:
1957-1969 44

25. Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State Univer-
sities: 1957-1969 45

26. On-Campus Enrollments by Institution: 1960-1969
State University System 46

27. Percentage of On-Campus Enrollments by Institution:
1960-1969, State University System 46

28. Origin of First-Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment
by State or Other Geographical Area and Type of
Institution: Fall 1969 50

29. Origin of State University System First-Time-In-College
On-Campus Enrollment by State or Other Geographical
Area: Fall 1969 52

30. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College On-Campus
A Enrollment by County and Type of Institution: Fall
1969 54




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Table Page

31. Origin of State University System Florida First-Time-In-
College On-Campus Enrollment by County: Fall 1969 57

32. Percentage of Total First-Time-In-College On-Campus
Enrollment In Each Type of Institution: 1957-1969 60

33. Percentage of First-Time-In-College Florida On-Campus
Enrollment in Each Type of Institution: 1958-1969 61

34. Percentage of First-Time-In-College Non-Florida On-
Campus Enrollment in Each Type of Institution:
1958-1969 62

35. Origin of First-Time-In-College Enrollment by State or
Other Geographical Area: 1962-1969 63

36. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College Enrollment by
County: 1962-1969 65

37. First-Time-In-College Enrollments by Institution:
Alternate Years: 1961-1969 67

38. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or
Other Geographical Area: Fall 1969 72

39. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by
County: Fall 1969 75

40. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or
Other Geographical Area: 1963-1969 78

41. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by
County: 1962-1969 80

42. Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by Institution: 1963-1969 83

43. Enrollment Increase Since 1957 and Percentage of Total
On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution 91

44. On-Campus Enrollments and Percentage of Increase by
Type of Institution: 1959-1969 92










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CHAPTER I

GENERAL INFORMATION









INTRODUCTORY REMARKS


In Florida, as in most state institutions, higher education is divided

into four main types. They are: the public universities, the public junior

colleges, the private baccalaureate degree-granting institution (four-year

undergraduate and graduate degree) and the private junior colleges. This

report presents enrollment data for individual institutions, for the public

and private sectors and for the four types of institutions listed above,

where appropriate past enrollment figures and ratios are also presented.

Frequently throughout the report, especially in the tables, abbrevia-

tions are used to designate types of institutions and enrollment terms. A

legend of all abbreviations has been provided in Chapter I. Also included

in the Chapter I are two Florida maps. The first gives the locations of

the public and private degree-granting institutions, and the second gives

the location of all public and private junior colleges in Florida.

Chapter II reports the statewide enrollment picture for the fall of

1969. A more detailed view of specific segments are then presented in

Chapters III, IV, and V. In successive order they are: enrollment by

institutions, first-time-in-college enrollment, and graduate enrollment.

Chapter VI is a summarization of the enrollment data and relates to exist-

ing trends and emerging developments.

Enrollment data are presented in frequency and percentages. Per-

centages have been rounded to the nearest tenth (0.1 per cent) which have

lead to minor discrepancies when columns are summed.










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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
Winter Haven




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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
Miami
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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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


The fourteen tables that comprise Chapter II reflect the on-campus enrollment

in Florida's four types of educational institutions of higher learning. Only

students who attend classes in facilities located on the campus of the reporting

institutions are counted. While off-campus enrollment in many of the partici-

pating institutions is substantial it is not reported in this publication.

Enrollment in higher education throughout the state in the fall of 1968

totaled 192,999 on-campus students. The fall, 1969 enrollment figure of 211,712

students was 9.7 per cent greater. The growth in 1968 over the fall, 1967 state-

wide enrollment of 171,940 students was 12.5 per cent.

Public universities and community colleges had a combined on-campus enroll-

ment of 167,333 in the fall of 1969, as contrasted to an on-campus enrollment of

150,176 in the fall of 1968. In the private institutions, two-year and four-year

combined on-campus enrollment reached 44,379 in 1969, as compared to 42,823 the

previous year. The respective gain in the two sectors was 11.4 per cent for the

public sector and 3.6 per cent for the private.

In Table 1, the graduate and undergraduate enrollment is shown by type of

institution and in Table 2, the undergraduate portion is presented by type of

program. Tables 3 and 4 contain a Florida and non-Florida breakdown of enroll-

ments by type of institution. The private, degree-granting institutions enrolled

54 per cent of the 31,722 out-of-state students who registered in institutions in

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

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

An annual fall account of the changing patterns of enrollment among the

four types of institutions has been presented in Tables 8 through 12. Each




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table covers a thirteen-year span beginning with 1957 when the first in the

series of statewide enrollment publications was printed. Chapter II on state-

wide enrollment is concluded with a comparison of male on-campus enrollments

expressed as a per cent of total enrollment for the years 1960 through 1969

(Table 13) and the total male enrollment and first-time-in-college male enroll-

ment for the fall term, 1969 (Table 14).














































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TABLE 1

ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FALL 1969



On-Campus EnrollmentI
Undergraduate2 Graduate Total
First-Time- Previously
In-College Enrolled
Institutions in College

FAMU 1,058 2,750 452 4,260
FAU -- 3,675 1,382 5,057
FSU 2,272 11,398 3,340 17,010
FTU 721 2,751 121 3,608
UF 2,902 12,990 4,877 20,769
USF 1,827 9,969 2,469 14,265
UWF -- 2,568 257 2,825
SUS (total) 8,795 46,101 12,898 67,794

Public JC 35,412 64,127 -- 99,539
Private BDGI 8,449 26,416 6,039 40,986
Private JC 1,251 2,142 -- 3,393

Total 53,892 138,786 18,937 211,712


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

2Includes students pursuing first professional degrees.









TABLE 2

UNDERGRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY
TYPE OF PROGRAM: FALL 1969



Total
Degree Terminal Under-
Institution Programs Programs Graduate

FAMU 3,808 -- 3,808
FAU 3,675 -- 3,675
FSU 13,670 -- 13,670
FTU 3,487 -- 3,487
UF 15,892 -- 15,892
USF 11,796 -- 11,796
UWF 2,568 -- 2,568
SUS (Total) 54,896 -- 54,896
Public JC 78,402 21,137 99,539
Private BDGI 33,924 1,023 34,947
Private JC 1,627 1,766 3,393

Totals 168,849 23,926 192,775



TABLE 3

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES: FALL 1969



Total
Institution Florida Non-Florida Enrollment

FAMU 3,731 529 4,260
FAU 4,566 491 5,057
FSU 14,008 3,002 17,010
FTU 3,462 146 3,608
UF 18,915 1,854 20,769
USF 13,022 1,243 14,265
UWF 2,629 196 2,825
SUS (Total) 60,333 7,461 67,794
Public JC 93,393 6,146 99,539
Private BDGI 23,804 17,182 40,986
Private JC 2,460 933 3,393

Totals 179,990 31,722 211,712







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TABLE 4

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF PROGRAM: FALL 1969



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

FAMU 3,306 502 13.2 3,808 425 27 6.0 452
FAU 3,265 410 11.1 3,675 1,301 81 5.9 1,382
FSU 12,129 1,541 11.2 13,670 1,879 1,461 43.7 3,340
FTU 3,344 143 4.1 3,487 118 3 2.5 121
UF 15,145 747 4.7 15,892 3,770 1,107 22.7 4,877
USF 10,751 1,045 8.9 11,796 2,271 198 8.0 2,469
UWF 2,396 172 6.7 2,568 233 24 9.3 257
SUS (total) 50,336 4,560 8.3 54,896 9,997 2,901 22.5 12,898
Community JC 93,393 6,146 6.2 99,539
Priv. BDGI 19,459 15,488 44.3 34,937 4,345 1,694 28.1 6,039
Priv. JC 2,460 933 27.5 3,393
Totals 165,648 27,127 14.1 192,775 14,342 4,595 24.3 18,937


TABLE 5

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1969



% 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 60,333 33.5 28.5 7,461 23.5 3.5 67,794 32.0
Community Colleges 93,393 51.9 44.1 6,146 19.4 2.9 99,539 47.0
Private Baccalaureate
Degree-Granting Inst. 23,804 13.2 11.2 17,182 54.2 8.1 40,986 19.4
Private Junior College 2,460 1.4 1.2 933 2.9 .004 3,393 1.6
Total 179,990 31,722 211,712









TABLE 6

ORIGIN OF TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE
OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND TYPE OF
INSTITUTION: FALL 1969



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

Alabama 343 145 173 25 686
Alaska 2 4 6 1 13
Arizona 10 9 25 3 47
Arkansas 29 13 15 12 69
California 151 61 150 23 385

Colorado 34 10 37 2 83
Connecticut 113 139 847 25 1,124
Delaware 46 24 100 1 171
Dist. of Columbia 50 31 130 9 220
Florida 60,333 93,393 23,804 2,460 179,990

Georgia 838 270 512 37 1,657
Hawaii 6 10 14 -- 30
Idaho 7 11 5 2 25
Illinois 316 227 798 48 1,389
Indiana 146 185 231 38 600

Iowa 49 34 60 1 144
Kansas 33 18 34 3 88
Kentucky 134 68 123 33 358
Louisiana 115 34 71 6 226
Maine 23 48 89 4 164

Maryland 188 85 586 17 876
Massachusetts 153 218 864 23 1,258
Michigan 156 168 307 9 640
Minnesota 52 32 76 1 161
Mississippi 80 25 63 8 176

Missouri 85 38 119 9 251
Montana 4 3 13 1 21
Nebraska 13 7 27 7 54
Nevada 1 15 4 2 22
New Hampshire 22 23 75 2 122
New Jersey 438 725 2,541 115 3,819









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TABLE 6 (continued)



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

New Mexico 17 10 13 3 43
New York 792 1,166 3,791 186 5,935
North Carolina 179 95 266 9 549
North Dakota 10 4 8 -- 22
Ohio 328 308 722 48 1,406

Oklahoma 26 15 33 4 78
Oregon 21 4 19 6 50
Pennsylvania 346 334 1,502 46 2,228
Rhode Island 22 27 118 2 169
South Carolina 183 100 181 2 466

South Dakota 7 2 9 -- 18
Tennessee 228 79 173 15 495
Texas 125 55 125 26 331
Utah *9 2 4 -- 15
Vermont 20 14 24 5 63

Virginia 323 150 578 13 1,064
Washington 26 18 24 1 69
West Virginia 37 41 58 9 145
Wisconsin 82 57 132 4 275
Wyoming 3 1 2 -- 6

Sub-Total 66,754 98,555 39,681 3,306 208,296

Canal Zone 15 8 16 4 43
Guam -
Puerto Rico 30 28 46 6 110
U.S. Virgin Islands -- 9 15 -- 24

Other Countries 994 860 867 56 2,777
Unclassified 1 79 361 21 462

Total 67,794 99,539 40,986 3,393 211,712














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TABLE 7

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY AND TYPE
OF INSTITUTION: FALL 1969


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

Alachua 3,948 1,769 96 5 5,818 3.23 16.8
Baker 22 111 7 -- 140 .07 21.7
Bay 500 1,641 46 7 2,194 1.22 2.5
Bradford 88 169 13 3 273 .15 22.9
Brevard 2,228 5,547 2,353 8 10,136 5.63 12.9

Broward 4,216 6,641 1,231 50 12,138 6.74 12.9
Calhoun 79 106 1 -- 186 .10 7.5
Charlotte 113 123 20 -- 256 .14 3.2
Citrus 90 121 11 2 224 .12 8.7
Clay 189 396 65 24 674 .37 9.2

Collier 197 230 44 5 476 .26 5.8
Columbia 203 474 28 1 706 .39 8.5
Dade 7,233 22,761 7,546 17 37,557 20.86 2.9
DeSoto 69 56 11 2 138 .07 17.4
Dixie 34 58 4 1 97 .05 3.2

Duval 3,652 6,457 3,086 654 13,849 7.69 10.9
Escambia 1,916 4,059 67 1 6,043 3.36 14.3
Flagler 23 33 15 -- 71 .03 8.9
Franklin 57 41 6 -- 104 .06 7.9
Gadsden 396 237 26 1 660 .37 4.1

Gilchrist 21 37 1 5 64 .03 19.0
Glades 17 14 1 1 33 .02 10.8












TABLE 7 (Continued)


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

Gulf 73 228 8 -- 309 .17 40.3
Hamilton 42 75 7 -- 124 .07 2.5
Hardee 93 113 31 2 239 .13 5.5

Hendry 57 69 14 2 142 .08 15.5
Hernando 128 101 21 9 259 .14 39.3
Highlands 178 268 38 7 491 .27 15.8
Hillsborough 6,816 4,894 1,010 69 12,789 7.11 11.0
Holmes 68 162 1 -- 231 .12 6.0

Indian River 219 384 64 9 676 .38 17.8
Jackson 261 619 9 -- 889 .49 7.6
Jefferson 143 67 19 1 230 .12 2.2
Lafayette 23 61 1 3 88 .05 20.6
Lake 467 720 174 4 1,365 .75 7.7

Lee 591 919 110 10 1,630 .91 10.6
Leon 3,634 1,420 36 3 5,093 2.83 10.2
Levy 77 109 8 -- 194 .11 3.2
Liberty 16 22 -- -- 38 .02 11.6
Madison 159 243 16 -- 418 .23 6.4

Manatee 553 1,026 104 8 1,691 .94 1.7
Marion 569 980 93 5 1,647 .92 8.3
Martin 141 245 32 2 420 .23 12.9
Monroe 230 893 75 4 1,202 .67 19.3
Nassau 112 152 55 3 322 .-18 4.2

Okaloosa 660 1,996 19 2 2,677 1.49 6.3
Okeechobee 34 108 13 1 156 .09 54.5
Orange 4,296 3,520 1,787 1,268 10,871 6.04 11.3
Osceola 150 196 24 30 400 .22 42.9
Palm Beach 3,051 4,747 465 66 8,329 4.63 7.5











TABLE 7 (Continued)


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

Pasco 337 233 95 4 669 .39 9.5
Pinellas 5,044 7,072 738 8 12,862 7.22 9.7
Polk 1,831 2,967 522 21 5,341 2.97 7.4
Putnam 247 536 53 -- 836 .46 2.1
Saint:Johns 210 308 134 5 657 .37 1.1

Saint Lucie 346 650 52 3 1,051 .58 9.5
Santa Rosa 350 607 13 1 971 .54 3.7
Sarasota 921 1,014 150 8 2,093 1.16 13.6
Seminole 741 1,039 220 87 2,087 1.16 22.9
Sumter 103 243 17 2 365 .21 42.0

Suwannee 129 186 14 1 330 .18 6.8
Taylor 173 202 4 1 380 .21 14.5
Union 39 290 4 -- 333 .18 32.7
Volusia 1,087 2,190 1,078 14 4,369 2.50 5.7
Wakulla 37 49 -- -- 86 .05 4.9

Walton 156 228 1 -- 385 .21 .79
Washington 87 130 6 -- 223 .12 33.4

Unclassified 363 31 1,654 10 2,058 1.14 1,000.83

Total 60,333 93,393 23,8041 2,460 179,990


*Comparison to County Enrollments 1968-69
1Total enrollment includes 137 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: 1957-1969


State Public Public 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

1961 37.3 28.2 65.5 32.2 2.3 34.5
0o
1962 37.4 31.6 69.0 28.9 2.1 31.0

1963 32.7 37.7 70.4 26.5 3.0 29.5

1964 32.9 39.3 72.2 25.6 2.2 27.8

1965 31.8 42.4 74.2 23.5 2.3 25.8

1966 31.0 45.5 76.5 21.5 2.0 23.5

1967 31.5 45.7 77.2 20.7 2.1 22.8

1968- 31.4 46.5 77.9 20.3 1.9 22.2

1969 32.0 47.0 79.0 19.4 1.6 21.0












TABLE 9

PERCENTAGE OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH TYPE
OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1969


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

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

1958 43.3 18.6 61.9 34.6 3.5 38.1

1959 40.8 21.5 62.3 33.9 3.8 37.7

1960 41.5 27.4 68.9 23.8 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

1969 33.5 51.9 85.4 13.2 1.4 14.6












TABLE 10

PERCENTAGE OF NON-FLORIDA TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1969



Private
State Public Baccalaureate Private Private
Fall University Community 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

1969 23.5 19.4 42.9 54.2 2.9 57.1











TABLE 11

FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1969



Community
Fall SUS College Priv. EDGI 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 15,335 71.5 1,615 87.1 46,378 82.3

1959 20,288 85.6 10,596 97.2 16,243 72.4 1,887 88.5 49,714 82.7

1960 23,356 86.3 15,443 97.8 15,247 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 23,444 96.9 13,052 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

1969 60,333 89.0 93,393 93.8 23,804 58.1 2,460 72.5 179,990 85.0

*Florida enrollment expressed as a-per cent of total on-campus enrollment











TABLE 12

NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1957-1969



Community
Fall SUS College 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

1969 7,461 11.0 6,146 6.2 17,182 41.9 933" 27.5 31,722 15.0

*Non-Florida enrollment expressed as a per cent of total on-campus enrollment










TABLE 13

PERCENTAGE OF MALE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT TO TOTAL ENROLLMENT
BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1960-1969

Institution 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

SUS 63.1 61.9 60.8 60.4 60.2 60.2 60.0 58.4 59.2 58.8
Community Jr. Colleges 61.0 58.1 59.0 60.3 59.8 60.8 60.3 60.8 60.1 59.5
Private Baccalaureate
Degree-Granting Inst.'s 61.0 58.1 59.8 60.3 59.1 57.7 60.0 63.3 62.3 62.3
Private Jr. Colleges 65.6 64.4 65.7 63.3 58.7 57.5 55.0 57.6 58.8 63.7
Total 61.3 60.0 60.0 58.9 59.7 59.8 60.0 60.5 60.3 59.9



TABLE 14

TOTAL MALE ENROLLMENT AND FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE MALE ENROLLMENT
IN FLORIDA'S COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES: FALL 1969


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

FAMU 2,149 50.4 4,260 582 55.0 1,058
FAU 2,961 58.'6 5,057
FSU 9,285 54.6 17,010 1,017 44.8 2,272
FTU 2,176 60.3 3,608 453 62.8 721
UF 13,345 64.3 20,769 1,636 56.4 2,902
USF 8,222 57.6 14,265 967 52.9 1,827
UWF 1,735 61.4 2,825
SUS (Total) 39,873 58.8 67,794 4,655 53.0 8,780

Community Jr. Colleges 59,228 59.5 99,539 20,656 58.3 35,412
Private Baccalaureate
Degree-Granting Inst.'s 25,536 62.3 40,986 5,117 60.0 8,531
Private Jr. Colleges 2,161 63.7 3,393 644 51.5 1,251

Totals 126,798 59.9 211,712 31,072 57.6 53,974































CHAPTER III

ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTIONS









CHAPTER III

ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTION


Enrollment data for this chapter was drawn from 34 public colleges and

universities and 26 private colleges and universities. Each of the insti-

tutions award the associate or higher degree.

Table 15 lists in rank order those institutions who enrolled at least

2,500 on-campus students in the fall term. For the third consecutive year,

Miami-Dade Junior College headed the list. In 1967 and again in 1968 the

list was composed of only fifteen institutions. In 1969 twenty-two Florida

institutions reported enrollments of more than 2,500 students. The listing

composed of eleven public junior colleges, seven public universities, and

four private baccalaureate degree-granting institutions (Table 15). New

additions to the 1969 listing are Hillsborough, Polk, Santa Fe, and Valencia

community junior colleges, Florida Technological University, the University

of West Florida, and Stetson University. Table 16 is a grouping by enroll-

ment size of the four types of institutions of higher learning.

On-campus, first-time-in-college, and terminal enrollment by institu-

tion and by sex are arrayed in Tables 17 and 18. The on-campus enrollments

in Florida's colleges and universities by type of institution, type of

enrollment and sex is then summarized and expressed in percentile form in

Table 19. First-time-in-college enrollment includes all new freshmen level

students who have not previously been enrolled in any institution of higher

learning. Terminal enrollment denotes a college-grade enrollment in a

terminal or technical program consisting of curriculums of at least one year,

but less than four years.





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On-campus enrollment from Florida, other states and counties by institu-

tion for the fall 1969 are given in Table 20, as well as the percentages that

non-Florida enrollments are of total on-campus enrollments. Beginning in 1961,

the alternate year total on-campus enrollments by institution through 1969 are

presented in Table 21.

The remaining six tables in the chapter give emphasis to the student

enrollments in the seven public universities of Florida and to the geographic

origin of these students. The pattern developed throughout this publication

is to present those tables consisting of data from the 50 states, followed by

the distribution of Florida's students by county. When Florida and non-Florida

data are presented, the Florida information precedes the non-Florida. The total

enrollment in each institution is distributed by state and other geographical

area (Table 22), and then the students fromFlorida are distributed by origin

of home county (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 1960 through 1969.





















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TABLE 15

INSTITUTIONS ENROLLING MORE THAN 2,500 ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS
BY RANK: FALL 1969



Institution Enrollment

Miami-Dade Junior College 26,371
University of Florida 20,769
Florida State University 17,010
University of Miami 15,490

University of South Florida 14,265
St. Petersburg Junior College 9,281
Florida Junior College at Jacksonville 6,314
Broward Junior College 5,892

Brevard Junior College 5,759
Palm Beach Junior College 5,360
Florida Atlantic University 5,057
Pensacola Junior College 5,017

Florida A & M University 4,260
Florida Technological University 3,608
Rollins College 3,419
Hillsborough Junior College 3,216

Polk Junior College 3,117
Jacksonville University 2,919
University of West Florida 2,825
Stetson University 2,769

Santa Fe Junior College 2,695
Valencia Junior College 2,553




















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TABLE 16

FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING BY TYPE OF ENROLLMENT
FALL 1969


Pub. Priv. Priv.
Enrollment SUS Jr. Col. BDGI Jr. Col. Total

499 or under 1 7 2 10

500-599 2 3 2 7

1,000-1,999 9 7 1 17

2,000-2,999 1 6 3 10

3,000-3,999 1 2 1 4

4,000-4,999 1 1

5,000-5,999 1 4 5

6,000-6,999 1 1

7,000-7,999

8,000-8,999

9,000-9,999 1 1

10,000-11,999

12,000-13,999

14,000-15,999 1 1 2

16,000-17,999 1 1

18,000-19,999

20,000 or more 1 1 2

:Total 7 27 22 5* 61*

*Includes the Jacksonville and Orlando divisions of Jones College.










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TABLE 17

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES BY INSTITUTION,
TYPE OF ENROLLMENT, AND SEX: FALL 1969


Un-Campus First-Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Students
M F T M F T M F
State University System
FAMU 2,149 2,111 4,260 582 476 1,058
FAU 2,961 2,096 5,057
FSU 9,285 7,725 17,010 1,017 1,255 2,272 --
FTU 2,176 1,432 3,608 443 278 721
UF 13,345 7,424 20,769 1,636 1,266 2,902
USF 8,222 6,043 14,265 967 860 1,827
UWF 1,735 1,090 2,825

Public Junior Colleges
Brevard JC 3,391 2,368 5,759 1,768 998 2,760 1,072 366 1,438
Central Florida JC 726 580 1,306 314 228 542 137 96 233
Chipola JC 684 553 1,237 284 220 504 36 41 77
Daytona Beach JC 1,406 935 2,341 464 364 828 289 195 484.
Edison JC 803 539 1,342 268 196 464 217 160 377
Fla. JC at Jacksonville 3,682 2,632 6,314 1,214 959 2,173 553 642 1,195
Florida Keys JC 608 256 864 252 99 351 160 91 251
Gulf Coast JC 1,351 793 2,144 552 270 822 275 105 380
Hillsborough JC 1,857 1,359 3,216 1,022 858 1,880 470 321 791
Indian River JC 865 683 1,548 299 204 503 49 85 134
JC of Broward County 3,525 2,367 5,892 1,240 865 2,105 989 602 1,591
Lake City JC and
Forest Ranger School 910 376 1,286 360 158 518 260 138 398
Lake Sumter JC 563 373 936 234 129 363 72 54 126
Manatee JC 1,357 964 2,321 597 401 998 266 252 518
Miami-Dade JC 15,962 10,409 26,371 4,802 3,410 8,212 3,990 2,379 6,369
North Florida JC 644 564 1,208 276 254 530 43 64 107
Okaloosa-Walton JC 1,376 676 2,052 371 243 614 202 75 277











TABLE 17 (continued)


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

Palm Beach JC 2,998 2,362 5,360 976 729 1,705 794 728 1,522
Pensacola JC 2,907 2,110 5,017 837 707 1,544 430 391 821
Polk JC 1,644 1,473 3,117 597 575 1,172 268 337 605
St. Johns JC 711 479 1,190 405 264 669 75 41 116
St. Petersburg JC 5,429 3,852 9,281 1,683 1,332 3,015 862 827 1,689
Santa Fe JC 1,496 1,199 2,695 375 322 697 344 539 883
Seminole JC 1,333 634 1,967 474 255 729 15 40 55
South Florida JC 222 154 376 91 57 148 38 24 62
Tallahassee JC 1,144 702 1,846 332 211 543 106 76 182
Valencia JC 1,634 919 2,553 569 448 1,017 353 103 456

Private Baccalaureate
Degree-Granting Institutions
Barry C. 211 1,128 1,339 -- 177 177
Bethune-Cookman C. 576 663 1,239 249 238 487
Biscayne C. 425 -- 425 161 -- 161
Edward Waters C. 417 609 1,026 106 150 256
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
Institute 1,417 23 1,440 361 8 369 467 10 477
Florida Inst. of Technology 1,902 77 1,979 490 24 514
Florida Memorial C. 353 517. 870 107 114 221
Florida Presbyterian C. 462 496 958 122 148 270
Florida Southern C. 742 797 1,539 188 249 437
Jacksonville U. 1,662 1,257 2,919 312 228 540
New College 243 151 394 121 58 179
Nova U. 22 8 25
Ringling School of Art 222 225 447 69 93 162 222 225 447
Rollins C. 2,208 1,211 3,419 227 200 427
St. Joseph C. 198 86 284 125 38 163
St. Leo C. 840 319 1,159 280 118 398 1 22 23











TABLE 17 (continued)



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

Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul 81 -- 81
South-Eastern Bible C. 335 325 660 97 127 224
Stetson U. 1,669 1,100 2,769 239 239 478
U. of Miami 9,936 5,554 15,490 1,446 880 2,326
U. of Tampa 1,615 833 2,448 417 206 623 --
Webber C. -- 76 76 -- 37 37 -- 76 76

Private Junior Colleges
Florida C. 229 179 408 112 101 213
Jones C.
Jacksonville Div. 835 189 1,024 225 94 319 557 176 733
Orlando Div. 484 59 543 116 21 137 484 56 540
Marymount C. 23 423 446 5 252 257 17 410 427
Orlando JC 590 382 972 186 139 325 22 44 66












TABLE 18

TOTAL ENROLLMENT, FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT AND TERMINAL ENROLLMENT
BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION AND SEX: FALL 1969


On-Campus First-Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Students
M F T M F T M F T
SUS 39,873 27,921 67,794 4,645 4,135 8,780
JC 59,228 40,311 99,539 20,656 14,756 35,412 12,365 8,772 21,137
BDGI 25,536 15,450 40,986 5,117 3,332 8,449 690 333 1,023
Priv. JC 2,161 1,232 3,393 644 607 1,251 1,080 686 1,766
Grand Total 126,798 84,914 211,712 31,062 22,830 53,892 14,135 9,791 23,926



TABLE 19
-Is
PERCENTAGE OF ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
BY INSTITUTION, TYPE OF ENROLLMENT, AND SEX: FALL 1969


On-Campus First-Time Terminal
Institution Enrollment Students Students
M F T M F T M F T
SUS 18.83 13.19 32.02 8.62 7.67 16.29 --
JC 27.98 19.04 47.02 38.33 27.38 65.71 51.68 36.66 88.34
BDGI 12.06 7.30 19.36 9.50 6.18 15.68 2.88 1.39 4.28
Priv. JC. 1.02 .58 1.60 1.19 1.13 2.32 4.51 2.87 7.38

Grand Total 59.89 40.11 100.00 57.64 42.36 100.00 59.08 40.92 100.00
% of Total
Enrollment 59.89 39.74 100.00 14.67 10.78 25.45 6.68 4.62 11.31








TABLE 20

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS FROM FLORIDA, OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES BY
INSTITUTION: FALL 1969



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

State University System
FAMU 3,731 510 19 4,260 12.42
FAU 4,566 304 182 5,057 9.71
FSU 14,008 2,797 187 17,010 17.65
FTU 3,462 27 118 3,608 4.05
UF 18,915 1,504 329 20,769 8.93
USF 13,022 1,086 157 14,265 8.71
UWF 2,629 193 2 2,825 6.94

Public Junior Colleges
Brevard JC 5,530 192 18 5,759 3.98
Central Fla. JC 1,244 53 9 1,306 4.75
Chipola JC 1,188 47 2 1,237 3.96
Daytona Beach JC 2,191 133 16 2,341 6.41
Edison JC 1,205 133 4 1,342 10.21
Fla. JC of Jacksonville 6,239 73 1 6,314 1.19
Fla. Keys JC 820 41 1 864 5.09
Gulf Coast JC 2,007 131 6 2,144 6.39
Hillsborough JC 3,147 66 3 3,216 2.15
Indian River JC 1,410 121 16 1,548 8.91
JC of Broward Co. 5,502 350 37 5,892 6.62
Lake City JC 1,139 143 4 1,286 11.43
Lake Sumter JC 919 13 4 936 1.82
Manatee JC 2,073 216 14 2,321 10.69
Miami-Dade JC 23,762 2,064 492 26,371 9.89
North Fla. JC 1,069 131 7 1,208 11.51
Okaloosa-Walton JC 2,026 23 3 2,052 1.27
Palm Beach JC 5,042 293 25 5,360 5.93
Pensacola JC 4,798 209 9 5,017 4.37
Polk JC 3,055 55 7 3,117 1.99
St. Johns River JC 1,135 38 15 1,190 4.62
St. Petersburg JC 8,783 462 21 9,281 5.37
Santa Fe JC 2,560 63 72 2,695 5.01
Seminole JC 1,936 29 2 1,967 1.58
South Fla. JC 358 -- 3 376 4.79
Tallahassee JC 1,710 -- 69 1,846 7.37
Valencia JC 2,545 -- 2,553 .31










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TABLE 20 (continued)


Other Other
Institution Florida States Countries Total Non-Fla.

Private Baccalaureate
Degree-Granting Institutions

Barry C. 1,127 176 23 1,339 15.83
Bethune-Cookman C., 1,058 170 10 1,239 14.61
Biscayne C. 125 293 4 425 70.59
Edward Waters C. 963 58 4 1,026 6.14
Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. 321 1,049 53 1,440 77.71
Florida Inst. of Tech. 1,275 688 13 1,979 35.57
Florida Memorial C. 727 39 104 870 16.44
Florida Presbyterian C. 507 443 8 958 47.08
Florida Southern C. 778 569 33 1,539 49.45
Jacksonville U. 2,064 804 34 2,919 29.29
New College 58 333 3 394 85.28
Nova U. 6 19 -- 25 76.00
Ringling School of Art 137 310 11 447 69.35
Rollins College 2,616 761 35 3,419 23.49
St. Joseph C. of Fla. 39 233 9 284 86.27
St. Leo College 245 896 12 1,159 78.86
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul 68 11 -- 81 16.05
South-Eastern Bible C. 310 348 2 660 53.03
Stetson U. 2,135 597 33 2,769 22.90
U. of Miami 8,252 6,717 437 15,490 46.73
U. of Tampa 969 1,317 35 2,448 60.42
Webber C. 24 48 4 76 68.42

Private Junior Colleges
Florida C. .123 257 21 408 69.85
Jones College:
Jacksonville Div. 788 236 13 1,024 23.05
Orlando Div. 543 -- 543 .00
Marymount C. 128 285 24 446 71.30
Orlando JC 878 82 12 972 9.67
















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TABLE 21

TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION:
ALTERNATE YEARS 1961-1969



Institution 1961 1963 1965 1967 1969


State University System
FAMU 2,768 2,884 3,588 3,783 4,260
FAU -- 2,392 4,144 5,057
FSU 9,835 11,061 13,200 15,202 17,010
FTU -- -- 3,608
UF 13,634 14,810 16,874 19,004 20,769
USF 2,982 4,593 7,792 10,668 14,265
UWF -- -- 1,318 2,825

Public Junior Colleges
Brevard JC 1,248 2,103 3,660 4,962 5,759
Central Florida JC 615 862 1,343 1,196 1,306
Chipola JC 709 747 1,369 1,181 1,237
Daytona Beach JC 908 1,350 2,364 2,323 2,341
Edison JC -- 674 953 1,211 1,342
Fla. JC at Jacksonville -- -- 4,293 6,314
Florida Keys JC -- 603 561 864
Gulf Coast JC 661 887 1,352 1,517 2,144
Hillsborough JC -- -- -- 3,216
Indian River JC 487 617 970 1,078 1,548
JC of Broward Co. 1,388 2,450 3,996 4,513 5,892
Lake City JC -- 491 908 992 1,286
Lake Sumter JC -- 402 921 909 936
Manatee JC 993 1,427 2,052 2,274 2,321
Miami-Dade JC 3,341 11,061 14,513 21,661 26,371
North Florida JC 472 514 918 1,072 1,208
Okaloosa-Walton JC -- -- 1,078 1,433 2,052
Palm Beach JC 2,111 3,084 4,514 4,664 5,360
Pensacola JC 2,647 3,098 3,969 4,400 5,017
Polk JC -- 1,830 2,408 3,117
St. Johns River JC 540 982 2,383 1,501 1,190
St. Petersburg JC 3,934 5,036 7,918 8,859 9,281
Santa Fe JC -- -- 1,781 2,695
Seminole JC -- -- 1,569 1,967
South Florida JC -- -- 362 376
Tallahassee JC -- -- 1,298 1,846
Valencia JC -- -- 580 2,553








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TABLE 21 (continued)



Institution 1961 1963 1965 1967 1969

Private Degree-Granting
Institutions

Barry C. 799 848 1,072 1,180 1,339
Bethune-Cookman C. 680 831 942 1,055 1,239
Biscayne C. -- 51 262 363 425
Edward Waters C. 743 726 908 914 1,026
Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. -- 210 191 721 1,440
Florida Inst. of Tech. -- 772 1,047 1,912 1,979
Florida Memorial C. 332 377 427 620 870
Florida Presbyterian C. 259 589 789 920 958
Florida Southern C. 1,985 1,848 1,674 1,657 1,539
Jacksonville U. 1,733 2,210 2,694 2,627 2,919
New College -- -- 171 258 394
Nova Univ. -- -- 21 25
Ringling School of Art -- 342 359 424 447
Rollins C. 1,571 2,606 3,241 3,589 3,419
St. Joseph C. of Florida -- -- -- 216 284
St. Leo College 261 404 807 1,151 1,159
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul -- 58 90 81
South-Eastern Bible C. -- 247 340 542 660
Stetson U. 2,112 2,081 2,327 2,312 2,769
U. of Miami 13,297 11,567 12,347 12,674 15,490
U. of Tampa 2,617 2,495 2,655 2,242 2,448
Webber C. 80 90 100 93 76

Private Junior Colleges
Florida C. 266 285 426 385 408
Jones C.
Jacksonville Div. -- 645 500 818 1,024
Orlando Div. -- 327 192 277 543
Marymount C. -- 91 325 339 446
Orlando JC 1,228 1,610 2,373 1,771 972















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TABLE 22

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: FALL 1969



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

Alabama 32 1 204 1 55 6 44 343
Alaska -- 1 -- 1 -- 2
Arizona -- 8 -- 2 -- 10
Arkansas 2 1 18 -- 8 -- -- 29
California 2 11 57 -- 53 20 8 151

Colorado 2 2 18 -- 8 2 2 34
Connecticut 9 10 36 1 16 39 2 113
Delaware 2 2 22 -- 13 7 -- 46
Dist. of Columbia 20 -- 14 -- 11 5 -- 50
Florida 3,731 4,566 14,008 3,462 18,915 13,022 2,629 60,333

Georgia 136 4 478 2 181 28 9 838
Hawaii -- 3 -- 2 1 -- 6
Idaho -- 1 -- 4 1 1 7
Illinois 12 23 123 1 64 87 6 316
Indiana 6 3 59 -- 36 35 7 146

Iowa -- 2 20 -- 11 15 1 49
Kansas 1 1 18 -- 4 4 5 33
Kentucky 3 5 75 1 43 6 1 134
Louisiana 1 -- 69 -- 35 6 4 115
Maine -- 10 1 8 3 1 23

Maryland 1 8 79 1 41 53 5 188
Massachusetts -- 16 72 2 33 28 2 153
Michigan 9 9 54 -- -- 36 41 7
Minnesota 1 3 25 -- 10 10 3 52
Mississippi 4 1 51 -- 15 5 4 80

Missouri 1 2 30 -- 22 27 3 85
Montana -- -- 3 -- 1 -- -- 4
Nebraska -- 4 -- 3 5 1 13
Nevada -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- 1
New Hampshire 2 3 7 -- 1 7 2 22
New Jersey 44 46 112 1 111 110 14 438

New Mexico -- 6 -- 8 2 1 17
New York 93 64 241 2 171 205 16 792
North Carolina 12 3 97 -- 44 19 4 179
North Dakota -- 4 -- 1 3 2 10
Ohio 14 20 136 5 82 62 9 328



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TABLE 22 (continued)


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

Oklahoma 3 2 10 -- 4 3 4 26
Oregon -- 14 -- 3 4 -- 21
Pennsylvania 41 34 106 3 81 72 9 '346
Rhode Island -- 3 10 -- 1 8 -- 22
South Carolina 15 1 92 60 13 2 183

South Dakota 6 -- 4 -- 1 1 1 7
Tennessee 17 1 125 2 65 16 2 228
Texas 5 3 66 -- 26 21 4 125
Utah -- -- 8 -- 1 -- -- 9
Vermont -- 1 5 -- 5 9 -- 20

Virginia 19 14 132 2 84 67 5 323
Washington -- 2 13 -- 6 4 1 26
West Virginia -- 1 23 -- 9 4 -- 37
Wisconsin 1 2 34 2 23 19 1 82
Wyoming -- -- -- 1 2 -- 3

State Totals 4,241 4,870 16,805 3,489 20,419 14,108 2,822 6,675

Canal Zone -- 5 5 -- 5 -- -- 15
Guam -- -- -- --
Puerto Rico -- 13 1 16 -- 30
U.S. Virgin Islands -- -- -- --

Other Countries 19 182 187 118 329 157 2 994
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 1

Total 4,260 5,057 17,010 3,608 20,769 14,265 2,825 67,794





















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TABLE 23

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY: FALL 1969



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

Alachua 56 22 135 6 3,665 53 11 3,948 6.54
Baker -- 3 -- 18 -- 1 22 .04
Bay 42 4 196 1 117 8 132 500 .83
Bradford 3 3 21 -- 56 1 4 88 .15
Brevard 31 104 518 364 889 308 14 2,228 3.69

Broward 142 1,661 811 13 1,262 293 34 4,216 6.99
Calhoun 5 1 54 -- 11 1 7 79 .13
Charlotte 3 9 25 3 36 34 3 113 .19
Citrus 1 1 19 2 34 31 2 90 .15
Clay 7 4 64 2 97 9 6 189 .31

Collier 6 23 36 5 66 58 3 197 .33
Columbia 21 4 49 -- 108 6 15 203 .34
Dade 252 850 1,847 19 3,330 847 88 7,233 11.99
DeSoto 18 3 8 -- 21 18 1 69 .11
Dixie 1 -- 7 -- 19 1 6 34 .06

Duval 416 43 1,230 37 1,478 385 63 3,652 6.05
Escambia 93 6 298 2 235 13 1,269 1,916 3.18
Flagler 12 1 2 1 5 2 -- 23 .04
Franklin 22 -- 30 -- 4 -- 1 57 .09
Gadsden 187 -- 169 -- 28 5 7 396 .66

Gilchrist -- 2 -- 16 1 2 21 .03
Glades 2 1 3 -- 8 3 -- 17 .03
Gulf 19 -- 38 -- 9 3 4 73 .12
Hamilton 21 -- 13 -- 5 1 2 42 .07
Hardee 6 -- 22 2 24 32 7 93 .15











TABLE 23 (continued)



% of
County FAMU FAU FSU FTU UF USF UWF Total

Hendry 2 10 16 1 15 12 1 57 .09
Hernando 5 -- 36 1 30 54 2 128 .21
Highlands 16 6 33 10 63 42 8 178 .30
Hillsborough 218 14 528 7 823 5,212 14 6,816 11.30
Holmes 8 -- 19 -- 14 2 25 68 .11

Indian River 14 27 57 9 74 32 6 219 .36
Jackson 42 -- 117 -- 35 -- 67 261 .43
Jefferson 68 -- 59 -- 15 1 -- 143 .24
Lafayette -- -- 11 -- 11 -- 1 23 .04
Lake 41 8 166 46 154 47 5 467 .77

Lee 15 67 145 4 210 137 13 591 .98
Leon 922 4 2,580 -- 94 20 14 3,634 6.02
Levy 6 -- 20 -- 46 2 3 77 .13
Liberty 3 -- 8 -- 3 1 1 16 .03
Madison 61 2 66 1 25 -- 4 159 .26

Manatee 21 11 141. 6 142 218 14 553 .92
Marion 88 9 94 11 305 30 32 569 .94
Martin 10 33 22 2 48 23 3 141 .23
Monroe 12 41 49 3 81 40 4 230 .38
Nassau 15 4 56 3 27 3 4 112 .19

Okaloosa 5 1 262 1 144 25 222 660 1.09
Okeechobee 1 11 10 -- 10 2 -- 34 .06
Orange 106 26 748 1,917 985 505 9 4,296 7.12
Osceola 3 1 29 39 45 32 1 150 .25
Palm Beach 108 1,327 580 14 850 165 7 3,051 5.06











TABLE 23 (continued)



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

Pasco 16 1 37 2 63 210 8 337 .56
Pinellas 92 40 974 12 1,095 2,773 58 5,044 8.36

Polk 141 28 375 49 510 710 18 1,831 3.03
Putnam 18 5 53 2 149 14 6 247 .41
Saint Johns 23 6 75 4 87 10 5 210 .35
Saint Lucie 58 61 66 2 128 18 13 346 .57
Santa Rosa 9 -- 36 -- 40 4 261 350 .58

Sarasota 29 21 268 4 277 313 9 921 1.53
Seminole 30 4 110 383 139 69 6 741 1.23
Sumter 11 -- 14 8 41 27 2 103 .17
SSuwannee 21 1 56 -- 49 -- 2 129 .21
Taylor 34 -- 85 1 37 7 9 173 .29

Union 1 -- 10 1 25 2 -- 39 .06
Volusia 39 57 302 103 436 142 8 1,087 1.80
Wakulla 7 -- 29 -- -- -- 1 37 .06
Walton 33 -- 37, 1 24 1 60 156 .26
Washington 13 -- 29 -- 25 -- 20 87 .14

Unclassified -- -- -- 358 -- 4 1 363 .60

Total 3,731 4,566 14,008 3,462 18,915 13,022 2,629 60,333 100.00












TABLE 24

FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1957-1969



Fall FAMIU 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 86.6

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

1961 2,596 93.8 -- 7,948 80.8 -- 11,744 86.1 2,922 98.0
4_P
1962 2,602 93.1 -- 8,357 80.4 -- 11,794 85.3 3,573 97.5

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

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

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

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

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

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

1969 3,731 87.6 4,566 90.3 14,008 82.4 3,462 96.0 18,915 91.1 13,022 91.3 2,629 93.1












TABLE 25

NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1957-1969


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

u 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

1969 529 12.4 491 9.7 3,002 17.7 146 4.1 1,854 8.9 1,243 8.7 196 6.9











TABLE 26

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION: 1960-1969
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM



Institution 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

FAMU 2,943 2,768 2,794 2,884 3,265 3,588 3,482 3,783 3,956 4,260
FAU -- -- 867 2,392 3,482 4,144 4,338 5,057
FSU 9,019 9,835 10,391 11,162 12,135 13,200 14,319 15,202 16,303 17,010
FTU -- -- -- -- -- -- 1,492 3,608
UF 13,100 13,634 13,826 14,810 15,701 16,874 18,039 19,004 19,848 20,769
USF 1,991 2,982 3,664 4,593 6,498 7,795 9,050 10,668 12,334 14,265
UWF -- -- -- -- 1,318 2,244 2,825

Total 27,053 29,219 30,675 33,449 38,466 43,849 48,372 54,119 60,515 67,794



TABLE 27

PERCENTAGE OF ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION: 1960-1969
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM



Institution 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

FAMU 10.87 9.47 9.10 8.62 8.84 8.18 7.19 6.99 6.54 6.28
FAU -- -- -- 2.25 5.45 7.19 7.66 7.17 7.46
FSU 33.33 33.65 33.87 33.37 31.54 30.10 29.60 28.09 26.94 25.09
FTU -- 2.47 5.32
UF 48.42 46.66 45.07 44.27 40.81 38.48 37.29 35.16 32.80 30.64
USF 7.35 10.20 11.94 13.73 16.89 17.77 18.70 19.71 20.38 21.04
UWF -- -- -- -- 2.44 3.71 4.17
































CHAPTER IV

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT









CHAPTER IV

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE


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

enrolling initially in any college or university in the fall, 1969. A

student is counted only once as a first-time-in-college enrollee. Subse-

quent enrollments by the student in the same institution or any other insti-

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

ment.

Table 28 reports the number of first-time-in-college students in

Florida's institutions to be 53,892. This represented a 6.72 per cent

increase over the fall, 1968 total of 50,497 students. Florida's contribu-

tion to the total first-time-in-college enrollment was 44,403 or 82 per cent

while non-Florida students made up 18 per cent. In 1968, residents of Florida

accounted for 89 per cent of the total first-time-in-college enrollment (7,819

students) in the five public universities having lower division enrollment

(Table 29). Florida Atlantic University and the University of West Florida

are upper divisional institutions of the State University System and do not

enroll students who are entering college for the first time. In addition to

the total number of students enrolled by state, territory, or other county,

in Tables 28 and 29, a percentage of the total first-time-in-college enroll-

ment is provided for each. The origin of the 7,819 Florida students by county

and type of institution in which they enrolled is set forth in Table 30.

Table 31 then reflects only that portion of the Florida resident students

which enrolled in the public universities by institution and by home county.

A historic record of first-time-in-college enrollment in the public and

private sectors, expressed as a per cent of total first-time-in-college enroll-

ment, for 1957 through 1969 is presented in Table 32 while Table 33 shows a

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similar historical pattern for Florida resident first-time-in-college students

since 1958. The historical record for non-Florida first-time-in-college students

follows in Table 34 for the same years.

Total first-time-in-college enrollment by state, or other geographical

area for the years 1962 through 1969 is shown in Table 35. The same eight-

year period is covered in Table 36 with Florida first-time-in-college students

enrollments listed by Florida counties. Non-Florida first-time-in-college

grew by 5,890 students while Florida resident first-time-in-college enrollment

increased by 22,711 students in the eight-year period.

Table 37 shows total first-time-in-college enrollment for the five public

universities, twenty-seven public junior colleges, twenty-one private bacca-

laureate degree-granting institutions, and four private junior colleges of

Florida for alternating years beginning in 1961.

































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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 1969



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

Alabama 48 72 56 13 189
Alaska 2 2 4
Arizona 1 4 5 2 12
Arkansas 4 7 5 7 23
California 9 21 41 14 85

Colorado 6 5 11 1 23
Connecticut 18 60 266 14 358
Delaware 11 12 32 1 56
Dist. of Columbia 8 12 31 6 57
Florida 7,819 32,651 3,193 740 44,403

Georgia 152 133 153 18 456
Hawaii 3 4 5 12
Idaho 1 4 1 6
Illinois 34 108 220 27 389
Indiana 22 91 72 21 206

Iowa 4 17 20 41
Kansas 3 8 13 2 26
Kentucky 23 36 38 22 119
Louisiana 15 17 24 5 61
Maine 7 19 34 2 62

Maryland 35 50 255 10 350
Massachusetts 13 109 284 11 417
Michigan 17 66 91 7 181
Minnesota 5 19 16 1 41
Mississippi 9 12 14 5 40

Missouri 7 12 45 5 69
Montana -1 4 5
Nebraska 2 2 6 2 12
Nevada -8 8
New Hampshire 6 12 29 1 48

New Jersey 63 335 857 73 1,328
New Mexico 5 4 2 11
New York 128 554 1,230 101 2,013
North Carolina 20 42 84 5 151
North Dakota 2 3 4 9



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TABLE 28 (cont.)



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

Ohio 53 137 264 30 484
Oklahoma 3 8 13 2 26
Oregon -2 2 4 8
Pennsylvania 66 133 493 23 715
Rhode Island 3 10 39 1 53

South Carolina 19 57 49 1 126
South Dakota 2 1 2 5
Tennessee 26 38 55 10 129
Texas 10 26 25 10 71
Utah 1 1

Vermont 1 6 10 17
Virginia 42 68 166 4 280
Washington 3 6 8 1 18
West Virginia 5 16 18 6 45
Wisconsin 7 24 40 3 74
Wyoming 1 1 2

State Totals 8,751 35,046 8,330 1,213 53,340

Canal Zone 1 1 5 2 9
Guam -
Puerto Rico 2 10 16 28
U.S. Virgin Islands 5 10 5 20

Other Countries 37 314 159 510
Unclassified 4 36 11 31 82


Totals 8,780 35,412 8,531 1,251 53,974

*Includes 82 transfer students in Florida Southern College.
















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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 1969



% of
State FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total Total

Alabama 16 24 8 48 .55
Alaska -
Arizona -1 1 .01
Arkansas 1 3 -4 .05
California 4 3 2 9 .10

Colorado 2 1 2 1 6 .07
Connecticut 3 8 3 4 18 .20
Delaware 4 4 3 11 .13
Dist. of Columbia 5 2 1 8 .09
Florida 882 1,925 701 2,734 1,577 7,819 89.06

Georgia 26 87 1 31 7 152 1.73
Hawaii 1 1 1 3 .03
Idaho 1 1 .01
Illinois 10 10 1 3 10 34 .39
Indiana 3 6 6 7 22 .25

Iowa 2 2 4 .05
Kansas 1 2 3 .03
Kentucky 2 10 1 9 1 23 .26
Louisiana 1 6 5 3 15 .17
Maine 2 4 1 7 .08

Maryland 1 14 7 13 35 .40
Massachusetts 5 1 7 13 .15
Michigan 5 2 3 7 17 .19
Minnesota 1 1 1 2 5 .06
Mississippi 2 4 2 1 9 .10

Missouri -- 2 5 7 .08
Montana ..- -
Nebraska 2 2 .02
Nevada -
New Hampshire 2 1 3 6 .07

New Jersey 15 13 12 23 63 .72
New Mexico -
New York 28 24 2 11 63 128 1.47
North Carolina 4 11 3 2 20 .23
North Dakota 2 2 .02




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TABLE 29 (cont.)



% of
State FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total Total

Ohio 7 22 3 9 12 53 .60
Oklahoma 2 -1 3 .03
Oregon -
Pennsylvania 18 16 1 17 14 66 .75
Rhode Island -3 3 .03

South Carolina 2 6 8 3 19 .22
South Dakota 1 1 2 .02
Tennessee 5 14 2 1 4 26 .30
Texas 1 5 1 3 10 .11
Utah -1 1 .01

Vermont 1 1 .01
Virginia 1 21 2 4 14 42 .48
Washington 1 1 1 3 .03
West Virginia 3 2 5 .06
Wisconsin 4 1 2 7 .08
Wyoming -

State Totals 1,050 2,266 714 2,899 1,807 8,736 99.50


Canal Zone 1 1 .01
Guam -
Puerto Rico 1 1 2 .02
U.S. Virgin Islands

Other Countries 8 6 6 17 37 .42
Unclassified 1 3 4 .05


Totals 1,058 2,272 721 2,902 1,827 8,780 100.00


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 1969---


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

Alachua 209 464 30 -- 703 1.58
Baker 1 55 -- -- 56 .13
Bay 37 609 20 1 667 1.50
Bradford 5 76 9 2 92 .21
Brevard 400 2,654 167 2 3,223 7.27

Broward 511 2,332 257 26 3,126 7.05
Calhoun 3 38 2 -- 43 .10
Charlotte 20 47 4 -- 71 .16
Citrus 10 62 1 2 75 .17
Clay 36 180 13 2 231 .52

Collier 27 83 8 5 123 .28
Columbia 31 187 11 -- 229 .52
Dade 1,113 6,801 764 13 8,691 19.60
DeSoto 2 12 2 2 18 .04
Dixie 4 21 2 1 28 .06

Duval 661 2,316 562 170 3,709 8.36
Escambia 113 1,172 22 1 1,308 2.95
Flagler -- 15 5 -- 20 .05
Franklin 5 19 2 -- 26 .06
Gadsden 77 79 10 -- 166 .37

Gilchrist 1 11 -- 5 17 .04
Glades 1 3 1 -- 5 .01
Gulf 10 113 3 126 .28
Hamilton 4 25 3 -- 32 .07
Hardee 12 44 5 2 63 .14












TABLE 30 (continued)


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

Hendry 11 31 6 -- 48 .11
Hernando 17 56 7 1 81 .18
Highlands 30 102 8 4 144 .32
Hillsborough 1,009 2,389 148 34 3,580 8.07
Holmes 1 55 -- -- 56 .13

Indian River 32 133 10 4 179 .40
Jackson 13 239 3 -- 255 .57
Jefferson 22 27 1 1 51 .11
Lafayette 1 20 -- -- 21 .05
Lake 13 261 28 5 357 .83

SLee 55 302 38 4 399 .90
Leon 423 381 9 -- 813 1.83
Levy 8 45 5 -- 58 .13
Liberty 1 9 -- 10 .02
Madison 8 78 4 -- 90 .20

Manatee 35 421 22 5 483 1.09
Marion 45 374 18 1 438 .99
Martin 23 82 5 1 111 .25
Monroe 22 352 18 1 393 .89
Nassau 22 66 11 1 100 .23

Okaloosa 68 617 5 1 691 1.56
Okeechobee 5 35 1 -- 41 .09
Orange 817 1,334 135 362 2,648 5.97
Osceola 34 91 7 8 140 .32
Palm Beach. 332 1,425 115 31 1,903 4.29












TABLE 30 (continued)


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

Pasco 52 103 19 1 175 .39
Pinellas 482 2,281 155 3 2,921 6.60
Polk 289 1,093 81 7 1,470 3.31
Putnam 19 267 13 -- 299 .67
Saint Johns 35 164 17 2 218 .49

Saint Lucie 51 200 18 1 270 .61
Santa Rosa 20 198 8 -- 226 .51
Sarasota 140 403 51 4 598 1.35
Seminole 120 379 19 18 536 1.21
Sumter 13 108 8 -- 129 .29

SSuwannee 17 80 3 -- 100 .23
Taylor 24 83 3 1 111 .25
Union 3 21 3 -- 27 .06
Volusia 129 766 200 4 1,099 2.48
Wakulla 7 12 -- -- 19 .04

Walton 13 80 -- -- 93 .21
Washington 2 45 4 -- 51 .11

Unclassified 3 25 35 1 64 .14

Totals 7,819 32,651 3,114 740 44,354*

*Does not include 49 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 1969



County FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total % of Total

Alachua 16 22 164 7 209 2.67
Baker -- 1 1 .01
Bay 7 15 14 1 37 .47
Bradford 1 3 1 5 .06
Brevard 4 90 70 177 59 400 5.13

Broward 46 126 8 254 77 511 6.55
Calhoun 1 2 3 .04
Charlotte -2 11 7 20 .26
Citrus -2 2 5 1 10 .13
Clay 2 24 8 2 36 .46

Collier 1 4 2 6 14 27 .35
Columbia 8 10 11 2 31 .40
Dade 68 265 6 599 175 1,113 14.24
DeSoto 1 1 2 .03
Dixie 1 3 4 .05

Duval 95 222 14 263 67 661 8.45
Escambia 22 50 1 37 3 113 1.45
Flagler .00
Franklin 3 2 5 .06
Gadsden 40 30 7 77 .98

Gilchrist 1 1 .01
Glades 1 1 .01
Gulf 2 6 1 1 10 .13
Hamilton 3 1 4 .05
Hardee 2 3 3 4 12 .15











TABLE 31 (continued)



County FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total % of Total


Hendry 2 4 1 3 1 11 .14
Hernando 2 5 6 4 17 .22
Highlands 6 3 6 12 3 30 .38
Hillsborough 56 102 3 180 668 1,009 12.90
Holmes 1 .01

Indian River 7 5 1 12 7 32 .41
Jackson 4 6 3 13 .17
Jefferson 4 18 22 .28
Lafayette 1 .01
Lake 16 25 8 20 4 73 .93

SLee 6 12 23 14 55 .70
Leon 199 200 21 3 423 5.41
Levy 1 6 1 8 .10
Liberty 1 1 .01
Madison 5 2 1 8 .10

Manatee 3 13 14 11 4 35 .45
Marion 10 7 3 24 1 45 .58
Martin 3 2 12 6 23 .29
Monroe 10 1 8 3 22 .28
Nassau 4 11 2 4 1 22 .28

Okaloosa 2 41 17 8 68 .87
Okeechobee 1 1 2 1 5 .06
Orange 21 125 450 156 65 817 10.44
Osceola 7 11 11 5 34 .43
Palm Beach 40 89 4 160 39 332 4.25












TABLE 31 (continued)



County FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total % of Total

Pasco 10 6 1 11 24 52 .67
Pinellas 28 121 4 186 143 482 6.15
Polk 54 72 14 87 62 289 3.70
Putnam 6 4 9 19 .24
Saint Johns 9 13 3 10 35 .45

Saint Lucie 25 8 15 3 51 .65
Santa Rosa 4 10 6 20 .26
Sarasota 49 3 40 48 140 1.79
Seminole 7 15 69 18 11 120 1.53
Sumter 6 1 5 1 13 .17

S Suwannee 3 8 6 17 .22
Taylor 3 12 7 2 24 .31
Union -- 1 2 3 .04
Volusia 6 23 9 72 19 129 1.65
Wakulla 2 5 7 .09

Walton 8 3 2 13 .17
Washington 1 1 2 .03

Unclassified 3 3 .04


Total 882 1,925 701 2,734 1,577 7,819 100.00


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: 1957-1969


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

S 1961 28.6 41.6 70.2 25.9 3.9 29.8
o
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

1969 16.3 65.6 81.9 15.8 2.3 .18.1












TABLE 33

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS
ENROLLMENT IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1958-1969


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

1969 17.6 73.5 91.1 7.2 1.7 8.9











TABLE 34

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION: 1958-1969


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

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

1959 18.0 5.7 23.7 71.3 5.0 76.3

1960 16.3 4.7 21.0 75.0 4.0 79.0

1961 16.6 9.1 25.7 69.7 4.6 74.3

1962 16.2 14.1 30.3 65.2 4.5 69.7

1963 16.3 14.7 31.0 64.2 4.8 69.0

1964 14.7 14.7 29.4 65.8 4.8 70.6

1965 11.8 23.4 35.2 59.4 5.4 64.8

1966 7.7 29.1 36.8 59.6 3.7 63.3

1967 10.1 29.7 39.8 55.5 4.7 60.2

1968 8.8 30.5 39.3 54.4 6.3 60.7

1969 9.9 28.9 38.8 55.9 5.3 61.2








TABLE 35

ORIGIN OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: 1962-1969


State or Other
Geographical
Area 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Alabama 116 141 214 248 214 179 150 189
Alaska 3 2 2 6 3 4 4 4
Arizona 4 4 9 7 11 16 8 12
Arkansas 10 17 18 19 18 17 19 23
California 22 48 39 50 62 73 75 85

Colorado 6 10 7 16 24 23 23 23
Connecticut 134 144 186 256 299 319 362 358
Delaware 14 11 18 38 43 64 47 56
Dist. of Columbia 23 27 33 68 57 65 64 57
Florida 21,643 23,630 29,203 34,609 37,518 39,081 41,746 44,403

Georgia 290 366 381 442 413 433 433 456
Hawaii 1 3 3 4 7 8 7 12
Idaho 1 1 2 --- 3 11 7 6
Illinois 173 177 240 292 295 349 392 389
Indiana 98 83 109 130 181 167 194 206

Iowa 14 12 18 15 22 35 25 41
Kansas 10 12 10 14 15 9 15 26
Kentucky 54 72 86 72 90 86 100 119
Louisiana 24 19 26 36 36 37 48 61
Maine 20 11 45 35 42 67 63 62

Maryland 76 73 112 159 169 200 240 350
Massachusetts 152 147 194 254 278 348 335 417
Michigan 93 75 72 113 123 126 155 181
Minnesota 9 19 24 24 27 40 32 41
Mississippi 9 24 22 37 45 45 27 40

Missouri 24 30 39 38 44 74 69 69
Montana 3 3 2 2 4 -- 6 5
Nebraska 1 10 5 5 10 11 16 12
Nevada 1 2 7 4 1 3 4 8
New Hampshire 14 12 12 24 25 35 42 48

New Jersey 357 392 574 928 1,076 1,288 1,294 1,328
New Mexico 10 4 6 10 9 10 7 11
New York 631 737 920 1,081 1,451 1,542 1,760 2,013
North Carolina 77 94 97 155 141 143 153 151
North Dakota 4 1 2 3 3 3 1 9




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TABLE 35 (continued)


State or Other
Geographical
Area 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Ohio 193 176 208 271 310 371 406 484
Oklahoma 3 16 14 14 12 "7 13 26
Oregon 6 1 5 5 4 10 13 8
Pennsylvania 290 321 380 465 498 562 640 715
Rhode Island 27 45 39 42 41 31 51 53

South Carolina 67 87 71 106 114 118 127 126
South Dakota 2 -- 1 4 2 8 4 5
Tennessee 72 78 87 104 127 120 108 129
Texas 35 35 36 57 61 63 68 71
Utah 1 2 4 1 2 4 4 1

Vermont 16 8 15 13 14 18 27 17
Virginia 129 144 117 319 261 318 320 280
Washington 3 4 10 8 12 17 28 18
West Virginia 23 27 24 43 39 42 34 45
Wisconsin 29 33 32 49 71 59 76 74
Wyoming 2 2 5 1 1 3 3 2


Canal Zone 5 19 11 8 10 6 8 9
Guam -- -- -- -- -- 1 3 --
Puerto Rico 26 23 17 25 45 25 22 33
Virgin Islands -- -- -- 2 2 1 4 15

Other Countries 204 327 218 511 337 366 428 541
Unclassified 119 102 52 123 501 7 195 51

Total 25,373 27,863 34,083 41,365 45,226 47,068 50,497 53,974


*Includes 82 transfer students enrolled at Florida Southern College.

















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TABLE 36

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY: 1962-1969



County 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969


Alachua 327 301 375 424 763 840 619 703
Baker 21 25 24 38 36 42 34 56
Bay 351 403 397 634 584 511 605 667
Bradford 37 31 55 58 58 26 68 92
Brevard 965 986 1,187 1,503 1,943 3,399 3,231 3,223

Broward 1,354 1,722 1,631 2,713 2,824 2,553 2,777 3,126
Calhoun 26 33 32 42 58 43 56 43
Charlotte 38 77 48 82 89 91 93 71
Citrus 38 33 50 58 65 56 56 75
Clay 84 101 123 173 158 144 156 231

Collier 55 81 80 115 123 147 204 123
Columbia 144 146 182 184 165 168 179 229
Dade 4,282 4,356 5,643 6,388 6,976 7,612 8,023 8,691
DeSoto 35 24 36 61 44 38 57 18
Dixie 28

Duval 1,263 2,005 2,000 2,357 3,481 3,295 3,398 3,709
Escambia 1,096 1,040 1,348 1,280 1,276 1,379 1,298 1,308
Flagler 19 20 25 30 27 29 14 20
Franklin 11 14 19 20 29 40 36 26
Gadsden 101 67 103 131 151 141 161 166

Gilchrist 22 19 17 20 24 15 20 17
Glades 2 1 12 11 9 14 13 .5
Gulf 37 53 37 72 96 60 61 126
Hamilton 37 34 38 52 25 31 28 32
Hardee 23 44 53 76 60 90 68 63

Hendry 24 26 27 33 58 27 46 48
Hernando 37 43 54 39 56 60 48 81
Highlands 46 47 102 102 57 153 128 144
Hillsborough 1,501 1,476 1,961 2,351 2,370 2,276 3,151 3,580
Holmes 34 32 41 76 66 52 59 56

Indian River 80 104 145 176 163 219 170 179
Jackson 174 201 226 210 235 230 220 255
Jefferson 40 61 73 59 27 36 38 51
Lafayette 16 13 9 15 18 21 23 21
Lake 334 272 398 361 371 413 371 367





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TABLE 36 (continued)



County 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Lee 364 288 389 506 471 444 673 399
Leon 388 375 452 521 725 623 686 813
Levy 36 42 50 60 77 39 45 58
Liberty 3 8 15 13 13 8 11 10
Madison 74 100 104 93 91 82 95 90

Manatee 297 281 429 454 508 535 583 483
Marion 308 355 369 442 484 426 389 438
Martin 57 57 95 92 82 99 136 111
Monroe 72 75 110 441 253 216 340 393
Nassau 27 55 63 82 125 91 87 100

Okaloosa 159 177 477 581 569 592 667 691
Okeechobee 18 15 34 42 142 55 41 41
Orange 1,003 1,261 1,584 1,837 1,954 2,265 2,785 2,648
Osceola 36 50 70 80 90 90 93 140
Palm Beach 1,187 1,321 1,560 1,842 1,852 1,769 1,862 1,903

Pasco 162 85 111 122 133 156 163 175
Pinellas 2,170 2,096 2,337 2,783 2,595 2,682 2,686 2,921
Polk 618 648 1,323 1,300 1,277 1,261 1,361 1,470
Putnam 185 180 239 209 257 192 200 299
Saint Johns 133 143 196 233 172 196 169 218

Saint Lucie 175 178 253 313 277 266 308 270
Santa Rosa 124 154 182 261 266 240 195 226
Sarasota 274 335 483 549 578 644 595 598
Seminole 129 227 239 245 416 434 500 536
Sumter 55 50 71 80 76 57 79 129

Suwannee 49 77 88 97 88 67 99 100
Taylor 65 75 67 83 69 102 75 111
Union 22 18 3 27 81 44 57 27
Volusia 671 778 920 981 1,034 925 957 1,099
Wakulla 8 10 17 19 26 18 32 19

Walton 26 38 87 135 132 87 110 93
Washington 46 55 61 56 51 59 59 51
Unclassified 30 111 147 44 35 50 24 64


Total 21,643 23,629 29,203 34,609 37,518 39,081 41,702 44,354*

*Does not include 49 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: 1961-1969



Institution 1961 1963 1965 1967 1969


State University System
FAMU 519' 511 750 794 1,058
FAU -
FSU 1,964 1,922 2,020 1,889 2,272.
FTU -- -- -- .72.1
UF 3,243 2,809 2,850 2,561 2,902
USF 1,160 953 2,136 1,887 1,827
UWF

Public Junior Colleges

Brevard JC 490 744 1,196 2,823 2,766
Central Florida JC 312 371 588 488 542
Chipola JC 341 325 556 498 504
Daytona Beach JC 306 485 895 778 828
Edison JC -- 310 573 534 464
Florida JC at Jacksonville -- -- 1,737 2,173
Florida Keys JC -- -- 379 178 351
Gulf Coast JC 297 363 598 610 822
Hillsborough JC 1,880
Indian River JC 108 133 113 524 503
JC of Broward County 640 1,114 1,990 1,626 2,105
Lake City JC -- 234 404 385 518
Lake Sumter JC -- 154 347 371 363
Manatee JC 468 477 819 1,108 998
Miami-Dade JC 1,956 2,849 5,385 7,435 8,212
North Florida JC 203 242 395 450 530
Okaloosa-Walton JC -- 562 509 614
Palm Beach JC 829 1,140 1,845 1,713 1,705
Pensacola JC 1,101 1,156 1,573 1,683 1,544
Polk JC -- 946 938 1,172
St. Johns River JC 274 434 1,036 508 669
St. Petersburg JC 1,556 2,002 3,252 3,317 3,015
Santa Fe JC -- -- -- 750 697
Seminole JC -- -- -- 689 729
South Florida JC -- -- -- 165 148
Tallahassee JC -- -- -- 405 543
Valencia JC -- -- 446 1,017








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TABLE 37 (continued)



Institution 1961 1963 1965 1967 1969

Private Baccalaureate Degree-
Granting Institutions

Barry C. 229 204 215 170 177
Bethune-Cookman C. 182 232 312 309 487
Biscayne C. -- 27 154 134 161
Edward Waters C. 234 199 301 250 256
Embry Riddle Aero. Inst. -- 40 82* 311 369
Florida Inst. of Tech. -- 101 180 595 514
Florida Memorial C. 76 59 159 197 221
Florida Presbyterian C. 150 197 278 337 270
Florida Southern C. 733 622 561 484 437
Jacksonville U. 486 737 644 445 540
New College -- -- 95 112 179
Ringling School of Art -- 154 179 155 162
Rollins C. 301 348 452 484 427
St. Joseph College of Fla. 152 163
St. Leo C. 135 228 443 361 398
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul -
South-Eastern Bible C. -- 120 138 248 224
Stetson U. 502 434 494 422 478
U. of Miami 2,813 1,652 2,086 1,863 2,326
U. of Tampa 525 497 387 537 623
Webber C. 58 45 57 42 37

Private Junior Colleges

Florida C. 144 145 213 205 213
Jones College
Jacksonville Div. -- 585 408 404 319
Orlando Div. -- 301 154 179 137
Marymount C. -- 83 221 216 257
Orlando JC 588 720 1,113 608 325


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











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CHAPTER V

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT









CHAPTER V

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT


A graduate student is one who has earned a baccalaureate or higher

degree and who has enrolled on-campus in a college credit course. Florida's

total graduate on-campus enrollment reached 18,937 students in the fall of

1969 (Table 38) to reflect a 3,441 increase (22.2 per cent) over the previous

high of 15,495 students recorded in 1968.

The public universities enrolled 12,898 on-campus graduate students

(68 per cent) and the private colleges and universities, 6,039 graduate

students (32 per cent) of the state's total.

Graduate students who reported Florida as their home state accounted

for 75.7 per cent of total graduate enrollment. Other states with large

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

1969 were: New York, 421 students; Georgia, 228 students; New Jersey,

178 students; Illinois, 167 students; and Pennsylvania, 163 students.

Graduate students from geographical areas other than the 50 states repre-

sented 24.3 per cent of the total graduate enrollment. A comparable per-

centage for the 1968 graduate count was 20.7 per cent. The number of

graduate enrollments in the seven public universities offering on-campus

graduate courses and the total figures for the private sector offering

graduate courses are shown in Table 38 by state and other geographical

area and in Table 39 by Florida counties.

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

area for the years 1963 through 1969 is listed in Table 40. Graduate growth

for this six-year period has increased by 219.5 per cent from the 1963

graduate enrollment of 5,927 students.




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Table 41 is a listing by county of the graduate enrollment of Florida

residents for the seven years 1962 through 1969. The per cent of growth of

graduate students from Florida's sixty-seven counties since 1962 is 255.9

per cent or 10,312 students. Table 42 is the concluding table to chapter

five. In this table the name of each participating institution offering

graduate level work in the fall of 1969 is presented. Included in the

table is the public universities' (SUS) portion, expressed as a per cent,

of Florida's total graduate enrollment and the private degree-granting

institutions graduate enrollment expressed as a percentage of the total

on-campus, graduate and undergraduate, enrollment in Florida for the

years 1963 through 1969.





































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TABLE 38

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR OTHER
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: FALL 1969


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

Alabama -- 1 107 1 33 3 3 148 8 156
Alaska -- 1 -- 1 -- 2 -- 2
Arizona -- -- 6 -- 2 -- 8 7 15
Arkansas -- -- 11 -- 4 -- -- 15. -- 15
California -- 2 38 -- 51 5 1 97 37 134

Colorado -- 10 -- 5 -- 1 16 4 20
Connecticut -- 1 11 -- 4 10 1 27 37 64
Delaware -- 1 8 -- 3 2 -- 14 4 18
Dist. of Columbia -- 5 -- 10 1 -- 16 7 23
Florida 425 1,301 1,879 118 3,770 2,271 233 9,997 4,345 14,342

Georgia 24 1 127 -- 50 7 -- 209 19 228
Hawaii -- 2 -- 1 -- -- 3 2 5
Idaho -- 1 -- 5 -- -- 6 1 7
Illinois 2 68 -- 46 11 1 128 39 167
Indiana -- 1 33 -- 21 3 -- 58 14 72

Iowa -- 8 -- 7 3 -- 18 6 24
Kansas -- 1 13 -- 2 -- 16 2 18
Kentucky -- 2 28 -- 23 1 1 55 5 60
Louisiana -- 45 -- 16 -- 61 5 66
Maine -- 5 -- 2 -- 7 5 12

Maryland .. 2 30 .. 17 5 54 23 77
Massachusetts ._ 4 39 .. 20 5 2 70 45 115
Michigan 3 28 -- 10 2 1 44 18 62
Minnesota -- -- 20 -- 4 2 -- 26 13 39
Mississippi -- 30 -- 11 2 1 44 6 50












TABLE 38 (continued)


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

Missouri -- -- 18 -- 19 -- 2 39 6 45
Montana -- -- 2 -- -- -- -- 2 1 3
Nebraska -- 3 -- 1 1 -- 5 1 6
Nevada -- -- -
New Hampshire -- 5 -- 2 1 -- 8 4 12

New Jersey -- 4 45 -- 46 12 4 111 67 178
New Mexico -- 5 -- 3 1 -- 9 2 11
New York -- 13 118 -- 114 27 -- 272 149 421
North Carolina -- -- 51 -- 37 3 -- 91 12 103
North Dakota -- 3 -- -- 1 1 5 1 6

Ohio -- 5 50 -- 25 6 -- 86 28 114
Oklahoma -- -- 5 -- 1 2 2 10 6 16
Oregon -- 11 -- 2 -- 13 5 18
Pennsylvania -- 5 53 -- 38 7 1 104 59 163
Rhode Island -- 6 -- -- 1 -- 7 4 11

South Carolina -- 1 50 -- 31 3 -- 85 11 96
South Dakota -- -- 2 -- 1 -- -- 3 -- 3
Tennessee -- 1 63 -- 45 2 111 12 123
Texas 1 -- 49 -- 31 8 1 90 16 106
Utah -- 6 -- 1 -- 7 2 9

Vermont -- 4 -- 4 -- -- 8 2 10
Virginia -- 2 48 -- 35 7 1 93 24 117
Washington -- -- 11 -- 3 -- -- 14 5 19











TABLE 38 (continued)


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

West Virginia -- 1 9 -- 2 -- -- 12 2 14
Wisconsin -- -- 26 -- 11 1 -- 38 10 48
Wyoming -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 1

Sub-Total 450 1,354 3,196 119 4,570 2,417 257 12,373 5,081 17,444

Canal Zone -- -- 1 -- -- -- -- 1 -- 1
Guam -- -- -- -- .. .. .. ......
Puerto Rico -- 10 -- 4 -- 14 6 20
U.S. Virgin Islands -- -- -- -- -- .. .. .. .

Other Countries 2 28 133 2 303 52 -- 520 115 635
Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 837 *837

Total 452 1,382 3,340 121 4,877 2,469 257 12,898 6,039 18,937

*The University of Miami reported 837 students unclassified.












TABLE 39

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY
FALL 1969



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

Alachua 7 1 23 -- 2,139 9 1 2,180 8 2,188 15.20
Baker -- -- -- 3 -- 3 1 4 .03
Bay 14 -- 22 -- 7 -- 2 45 -- 45 .31
Bradford -- 1 -- 10 -- 11 -- 11 .08
Brevard 1 9 45 18 158 21 -- 252 736 988 6.85

Broward 1 552 64 -- 63 12 -- 692 162 854 5.90
Calhoun 2 -- 12 -- -- -- 14 -- 14 .10
Charlotte -- 2 1 1 8 -- 12 1 13 .09
Citrus -- 1 2 -- -- 7 -- 10 1 11 .08
Clay -- 3 5 -- 11 1 20 3 23 .16

Collier -- 10 6 -- 8 2 -- 26 6 32 .22
Columbia 3 1 3 -- 21 -- -- 28 1 29 .20
Dade 4 207 142 -- 154 37 1 545 1,494 2,039 14.15
DeSoto -- 1 2 -- -- 2 -- 5 -- 5 .03
Dixie -- -- -- 6 -- -- 6 -- 6 .03

Duval 88 5 79 1 134 20 -- 327 238 565 3.94
Escambia 5 2 50 -- 25 2 175 259 2 261 1.82
Flagler .. .. .. ......
Franklin -- -- 5 -- 2 -- 7 -- 7 .05
Gadsden 37 -- 22 -- -- -- 59 -- 59 .41

Gilchrist -- -- -- 5 -- 5 -- 5 .03
Glades -- 1 -- -- 2 -- 3 -- 3 .02
Gulf 5 -- 6 1 12 -- 12 .08
Hamilton 4 -- -- -- 1 -- -- 5 -- 5 .03
Hardee -- 2 -- 6 -- 8 1 9 .06












TABLE 39 (continued)


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

Hendry -- 2 1 -- 2 1 -- 6 -- 6 .04
Hernando -- -- 4 -- 3 12 -- 19 -- 19 .13
Highlands -- 6 -- 3 10 -- 19 3 22 .15
Hillsborough 14 1 66 1 55 998 -- 1,135 13 1,148 8.00
Holmes -- -- 3 -- 2 -- 5 -- 5 .03

Indian River -- 8 5 -- 10 1 -- 24 2 26 .18
Jackson 11 -- 12 -- 5 -- 1 29 1 30 .21
Jefferson 11 -- 9 -- 5 -- -- 25 -- 25 .17
Lafayette -- -- -- -- -- -- -- .48
Lake -- 8 1 20 6 -- 35 34 69 .48

Lee 1 5 15 -- 8 14 43 1 44 .31
Leon 164 -- 821 -- 9 1 -- 995 5 1,000 6.91
Levy -- -- -- 10 -- 10 -- 10 .07
Liberty -- -- -- -- -- -- -- .00
Madison 4 1 8 8 -- 21 -- 21 .15

Manatee -- 1 17 15 37 1 71 3 74 .52
Marion 5 -- 3 -- 59 4 -- 71 5 76 .53
Martin -- 6 2 4 -- 12 1 13 .09
Monroe -- 5 2 10 2 -- 19 6 25 .17
Nassau 4 -- -- 3 -- 7 2 9 .06

Okaloosa -- 24 -- 18 -- 14 56 1 57 .40
Okeechobee -- 7 -- -- -- -- 7 -- 7 .05
Orange 4 3 67 72 218 41 -- 405 596 1,001 6.93
Osceola 1 -- 3 2 6 3 -- 15 4 19 .13
Palm Beach 1 431 55 212 18 717 36 753 5.23












TABLE 39 (continued)



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

Pasco -- 4 -- 9 35 -- 48 1 49 .34
Pinellas 15 5 101 -- 77 761 1 960 15 975 6.80
Polk 7 2 31 1 46 130 -- 217 66 283 1.97
Putnam -- 1 4 -- 31 1 1 38 4 42 .29
Saint Johns -- 2 6 -- 6 -- -- 14 13 27 .19

Saint Lucie 2 18 10 -- 8 1 1 40 4 44 .31
Santa Rosa -- -- 3 -- 3 -- 31 37 -- 37 .26
Sarasota -- 5 27 20 28 40 1 121 3 124 .86
Seminole -- 11 -- 19 11 -- 41 78 119 .83
Sumter -- -- 1 8 4 -- 13 2 15 .10

Suwannee 2 -- 9 -- 5 16 16 .11
Taylor 6 -- 11 2 -- -- 19 -- 19 .13
Union -- -- 1 -- 3 -- 4 -- 4 .03
Volusia 2 3 22 2 84 11 -- 124 107 231 1.59
Wakulla -- -- 9 -- -- -- 9 -- 9 .06

Walton -- 2 -- 3 -- 1 6 -- 6 .04
Washington -- -- 4 -- 3 -- -- 7 -- 7 .05

Unclassified -- -- -- -- 2 1 3 685 688* 4.75

Total 425 1,301 1,879 118 3,770 2,271 233 9,997 4,345 14,342

*The University of Miami reported 680 Florida students unclassified.









TABLE 40

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR
OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: 1963-1969



States 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Alabama 88 90 91 96 124 136 156
Alaska 1 1 1 2 1 -- 2
Arizona 2 4 10 8 13 8 15
Arkansas 21 25 22 20 23 19 15
California 44 61 53 56 81 111 134

Colorado 10 12 10 15 12 8 20
Connecticut 24 30 35 29 43 53 64
Delaware 2 5 10 6 9 14. 18
Dist. of Columbia 9 10 10 16 6 8 23
Florida 4,125 4,888 6,400 7,864 10,595 12,291 14,342

Georgia 150 178 168 157 195 176 228
Hawaii 2 -- 1 2 6 2 5
Idaho 2 -- 3 3 22 1 7
Illinois 68 86 103 85 118 200 167
Indiana 37 44 39 42 47 65 72

Iowa 9 17 17 24 26 26 24
Kansas 11 14 21 22 20 20 18
Kentucky 34 37 45 56 60 65 60
Louisiana 53 51 46 60 69 68 66
Maine 12 12 12 5 17 10 12

Maryland 27 30 37 48 50 56 77
Massachusetts 40 52 62 65 87 88 115
Michigan 26 38 50 44 70 67 62
Minnesota 16 20 24 27 38 33 39
Mississippi 30 38 45 55 60 54 50

Missouri 29 23 35 34 38 35 45
Montana 2 1 2 4 3 1 3
Nebraska 6 7 12 8 11 16 6
Nevada 3 1 4 2 2 1 --
New Hampshire 4 1 10 10 14 11 12

New Jersey 41 71 88 82 125 120 178
New Mexico 12 18 14 9 7 6 11
New York 137 184 213 233 318 330 421
North Carolina 58 60 90 84 98 99 103
North Dakota 1 3 3 6 6 4 6





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TABLE 40 (continued)



States 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969


Ohio 57 77 96 87 120 121 114
Oklahoma 21 21 14 14 15 12 16
Oregon 4 7 8 7 6 9 18
Pennsylvania 74 91 116 105 144 130 163
Rhode Island 5 3 4 9 14 14 11

South Carolina 67 68 67 53 69 95 96
South Dakota 2 1 5 10 9 6 3
Tennessee 70 47 86 80 94 96 123
Texas 58 61 66 68 84 82 106
Utah 8 9 4 7 11 10 9

Vermont 4 1 5 5 6 7 10
Virginia 44 52 66 69 94 95 117
Washington 8 12 16 16 11 16 19
West Virginia 15 23 25 17 26 15 14
Wisconsin 21 29 34 39 48 57 48
Wyoming 4 5 4 3 4 4 1

Canal Zone 2 1 4 5 2 2 1
Guam -- -- --
Puerto Rico 4 3 21 23 42 17 20
U.S. Virgin Islands

Other Countries 323 355 350 395 438 505 635
Unclassified 3 1 -- 837


Total 5,927 6,978 8,780 10,291 13,652 15,495 18,937






















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TABLE 41

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY: 1962-1969



Counties 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Alachua 161 206 207 245 976 1,529 1,560 2,188
Baker 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4
Bay 32 24 31 45 38 59 61 45
Bradford 7 10 16 12 18 24 14 11
Brevard 167 235 312 393 532 809 1,047 988

Broward 184 135 125 424 569 731 694 854
Calhoun 2 10 12 7 11 13 7 14
Charlotte 5 2 1 4 7 12 15 13
Citrus 3 3 3 5 7 13 14 11
S Clay 7 7 14 13 18 24 24 23
o
Collier 4 3 5 6 6 22 20 32
Columbia 10 15 13 19 19 29 31 29
Dade 1,507 1,235 1,551 1,631 1,331 1,870 1,872 2,039
DeSoto 1 4 3 8 7 7 3 5
Dixie 2 1 4 2 2 4 7 6

Duval 187 173 250 373 439 641 588 565
Escambia 29 40 52 62 52 84 83 261
Flagler 2 3 5 7 5 1 1 -
Franklin 7 8 10 6 3 7 4 7
Gadsden 51 40 55 64 67 66 59 59

Gilchrist 3 2 5 4 1 3 3 5
Glades 1 -- -- -- -- 2 3 3
Gulf 1 3 4 6 10 4 8 12
Hamilton 6 1 7 6 5 13 5 5
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TABLE 41 (continued)



Counties 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969


Hendry 4 5 4 5 10 11 9 6
Hernando 6 3 5 8 9 11 9 19
Highlands 11 10 13 19 6 21 25 22
Hillsborough 110 99 199 341 535 742 1,059 1,148
Holmes 2 7 4 2 3 2 4 5

Indian River 5 6 13 18 8 13 18 26
Jackson 20 21 20 17 28 31 40 30
Jefferson 15 19 14 8 6 19 20 25
Lafayette 4 1 1 1 2 2 --
Lake 34 35 36 33 38 52 53 69

SLee 11 9 20 20 23 46 38 44
Leon 363 455 487 561 578 685 998 1,000
Levy 15 12 5 7 6 10 13 10
Liberty 3 2 5 3 1 1 2 --
Madison 12 14 11 12 10 15 23 21

Manatee 16 21 24 38 44 48 75 74
Marion 26 27 35 37 36 68 71 76
Martin 2 4 4 9 8 8 13 13
Monroe 8 7 6 5 6 16 20 25
Nassau 11 2 4 3 5 7 9 9

Okaloosa 99 6 12 23 23 44 41 57
Okeechobee -- 2 3 4 10 5 4 7
Orange 333 691 730 591 637 734 806 1,001
Osceola 5 3 1 9 16 18 18 19
Palm Beach 71 67 74 514 606 564 521 753












TABLE 41 (continued)



Counties 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969


Pasco 4 4 19 19 30 25 44 49
Pinellas 109 113 162 242 322 473 902 975
Polk 64 62 70 109 125 177 283 283
Putnam 18 18 21 28 21 36 39 42
Saint Johns 17 8 15 12 14 35 28 27

Saint Lucie 7 10 17 27 33 21 22 44
Santa Rosa 10 4 6 9 7 11 11 37
Sarasota 124
Seminole 25 22 22 65 70 102 102 119
Sumter 7 6 5 6 6 14 9 15

0 Suwannee 16 12 15 16 12 22 29 16
Taylor 5 7 10 18 14 17 22 19
Union 5 7 3 4 4 6 6 4
Volusia 135 118 143 152 171 216 224 231
Wakulla 9

Walton 5 5 15 9 7 14 11 6
Washington 3 3 3 4 5 9 11 7

Florida Unclassified -- -- -- -- -- 194 194 688*


Total 4,030 4,125 4,888 6,400 7,685 10,595 12,291 14,342

*The University of Miami reported 680 Florida students unclassified.









TABLE 42

GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTION
1963-1969



Institution 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969


State University System

FAMU 269 298 376 422 427 387 452
FAU -- 2 783 1,165 1,131 1,062 1,382
FSU 1,669 2,008 2,177 2,458 2,957 3,285 3,340
FTU 121
UF 1,844 1,988 2,182 2,478 4,218 4,254 4,877
USF -- 127 377 763 1,017 2,021 2,469
UWF 257

SUS Totals 3,782 4,423 5,895 7,286 8,750 11,009 12,898


Private Baccalaureate
Degree-Granting Inst.'s

Barry C. 101 155 172 267 276 231 335
Edward Waters C. 156 *

Florida Inst. of Tech. 215 275 307 409 542 631 611
Jacksonville Univ. -- 63 110 160 239 264 246
Nova Univ. -- -- -- -- 21 19 25
Rollins C. 612 640 600 705 739 802 838
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul -- 11 36 36 41 48 54
Stetson Univ. 132 157 151 161 163 314 244
Univ. of Miami 1,085 1,284 1,509 1,267 1,721 2,177 3,686

PDGI Totals 2,145 2,585 2,885 3,005 3,902 4,242 6,039


Totals 5,927 7,008 8,780 10,291 13,652 15,251 18,937


% of total in SUS 63.8 63.1 67.1 70.8 69.2 72.2 68.1
% of total Florida enrollment 5.8 6.0 6.4 6.6 7.4 7.9 8.9


*Number not available








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CHAPTER VI

TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS

IN FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION









TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS
IN FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION


In 1957 when the first publication of Enrollment in Florida's Insti-

tutions of Higher Education appeared, twenty public and private institutions

participated with a combined enrollment of 50,286 students (Table 43). In

the fall of 1969 the number of participating institutions reached 60 insti-

tutions with a total on-campus enrollment of 211,712 students. While the

number of institutions grew three-fold, the student body became four times

greater over the same twelve-year period.


PUBLIC UNIVERSITY SYSTEM


Seven state-supported universities participated in the 1969 report.

Two new upper-divisional institutions (the University of North Florida.

at Jacksonville and Miami International University at Miami) are in the con-

struction stages and will open in the fall of 1972. This planned expansion

will raise the number of public upper-divisional universities to four.

Florida Atlantic (opened in 1964) and the University of West Florida (opened

in 1967) currently enroll only junior, senior and graduate level students.

In the fall of 1969 the state universities compositeon-campus enrollment

exceeded the systems average annual per cent of change (10.6 per cent) for the

eleven-year period beginning in 1959 by 1.4 per cent. The gain in absolute

number of students (7,279) was also the greatest for this same eleven-year

period. By reaching back to 1957, the first year of this enrollment publica-

tion, the State University System has increased 220.6 per cent or 46,648

students.

The seven universities of the State University System enrolled 32.0 per

cent of Florida's total on-campus enrollment. In 1967 and 1968 the respective

figures were 31.3 per cent and 31.5 per cent.

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PUBLIC COMMUNITY COLLEGES


Today Florida has twenty-seven public junior colleges. In 1957, a

master plan was adopted for the expansion of-the junior college program

to include twenty-eight separate college campuses. With plans underway

for a center to service Pasco and Hernando Counties the concluding stages

of the original master plan have been realized.

When Florida began the expansion program, the public junior colleges

numbered seven and enrolled 6,169 on-campus students. Since that time it

has grown to a record high of 99,539 students (151.4 per cent of change).

Florida's public junior colleges enrolled 47.0 per cent of the state's

total enrollment in higher education and 51.9 per cent (93,393 students) of

all students who gave Florida as their home state. In 1957 the public junior

college sector accounted for only 12.3 per cent of the state's total on-campus

enrollment (6,169 students). In the past decade this sector has shown a

23.3 per cent average annual rate of change and an 804.2 per cent increase

in enrollment.


PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES


Among the four private junior colleges, a slight increase was noted in

the total enrollment of three of the institutions over 1968 and a substantial

decrease in one. The total on-campus enrollment declined from the previous

year's total of 1,285 students to 972 students at Orlando Junior College.

This decrease accounted for an overall decline in enrollment in the private

junior college sector.

Non-Florida student enrollment in 1957 totaled only 14.1 per cent (189

students) in the private junior colleges. In 1969, this sector enrolled



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3,393 students with 27.5 per cent attending from geographic areas beyond

Florida's boundaries.

Since 1957, when the private junior colleges enrolled 1,394 students,

the private junior colleges experienced a 143.4 per cent increase. The

average annual increase since 1959 was 12.1 per cent; however, beginning

in 1966, the private junior colleges collectively have shown a marked

decline in their enrollment pattern.


PRIVATE BACCALAUREATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS


In the fall of 1969, the private baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate

degree-granting institutions of Florida reported a combined on-campus enroll-

ment of 40,986 students. This represented the largest number of students

ever enrolled in this sector of Florida's higher education and the thir-

teenth consecutive year of growth. In the decade since 1959, the average

annual rate of growth was 5.8 per cent and in 1969 the increase over 1968

was 4.6 per cent (1,797 students). In 1959, non-Florida enrollment accounted

for 28.9 per cent of the total enrollment. By 1969, out-of-state enrollment

reached 41.9 per cent (17,182 students) continuing the steady increase in

this type of enrollment. While four out of every twenty-five students (16

per cent) enrolled in institutions of higher education in Florida attend

private baccalaureate degree-granting institutions, more than one out of

every four non-Florida students attends a private baccalaureate degree-

granting institution (27.1 per cent).


FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE


In Florida's master plan for higher education, the public community

junior colleges are expected to enroll the major portion of new entering



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freshmen students while the five public universities having lower division

enrollment are to assume the responsibility for a lesser portion. The fall

1969 first-time-in-college enrollment in the public sector was 81.9 per cent

of the total first-time-in-college enrollment (53,974 students) in Florida.

With 65.6 per cent (35,412 students) in the junior college and 16.3 per cent

(8,780 students) enrolled in the state universities, the plan appears to be

well implemented.

The private colleges and universities enrolled 9,872 first-time-in-

college students (18.1 per cent) with 2.3 per cent of these students registered

by the private junior colleges. In 1957, the private sector reported 46.5 per

cent of all the students who enrolled for the first time in Florida's insti-

tutions.

In terms of absolute numbers of students, first-time-in-college enroll-

ment is expected to continue to increase. However, the rate of growth and

the per cent of non-Florida first-time-in-college students are both expected

to decline. The rising cost of education and completion of the major portion

of the public junior colleges' expansion building program are two factors

causing the reduction.


GRADUATE ENROLLMENT


Five state-supported universities reported graduate enrollments in the

fall of 1968. Two universities, Florida Technological University and the

University of West Florida, enrolled post-graduate students in the fall of

1969 to raise the public sector to seven institutions. Private post-

baccalaureate education in Florida was offered by nine institutions. The

two sectors had a combined graduate enrollment of 18,937 students which

represents 8.9 per cent of Florida's total enrollment in higher education.



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Graduate enrollment has continued to represent an increasing proportion of

the total higher education enrollment and since 1966 has doubled in the

private baccalaureate degree-granting institutions.

The state universities enrolled 12,898 students (68.1 per cent) of the

total graduates for an increase of 1,889 students over the fall of 1968.

Even though the number of graduate students rose in the public universities,

graduate enrollment decreased when expressed as a per cent of total enroll-

ment. A marked gain in graduate enrollment was recorded in the private

sector (1,797 students for a 42.9 per cent of change).

Non-Florida graduate enrollment totaled 4,595 students in 1969. Of

this group, 63.1 per cent were registered by the public sector and 36.9

per cent in the private sector. Non-Florida graduate enrollment in the

state for the last several years showed a steady decline but in 1969 this

trend was reversed by the sharp increase in the private post-baccalaureate

degree-granting institutions' non-Florida graduate enrollments.


NON-FLORIDA


Geographical distribution of the student body of each participating

institution is reported by the home residence of the student at the time of

his admission to the college or university. Students whose home residence

was reported to be other than one of Florida's 67 counties increased by 2,951

students (10.3 per cent) over the high of 28,771 recorded in 1968. For the

past four years, non-Florida enrollment has been rather constant (about 15

per cent) when expressed as a per cent of Florida's total enrollment in

higher education. The public sector (community colleges and state univer-

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of the total non-Florida student body. In 1969, the percentage of non-

Florida enrollment of the total college enrollment for the seven public

universities was 11.0 per cent; the twenty-seven community junior colleges,

6.1 per cent; the twenty-two private baccalaureate degree-granting institu-

tions, 41.9 per cent; and the four private junior colleges, 27.5 per cent.

First-time-in-college enrollment of students from non-Florida resi-

dencies accounted for 6.7 per cent (31,722 students) of the state's total

enrollment and at the graduate level, 2.3 per cent (4,595 students) were

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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 1969
Enrollment Total Total Total
Increase On-Campus On-Campus On-Campus
1957 1969 1957-1969 Enrollment Enrollment Enrollment

SUS 21,146 67,794 46,648 220.6 42.1 32.0

Pub. JC 6,169 99,539 93,370 151.4 12.3 47.0

Priv. BDGI 21,577 40,986 19,409 89.9 42.9 19.4

Priv. JC 1,394 3,393 1,999 143.4 2.7 1.6

Total 50,286 211,712 161,426 321.0 100.0 100.0


Note: The 1958 Enrollment Report showed a total on-campus enrollment of 49,219 for the fall of 1957.
Because of revision of counting procedures, the 1957 total enrollment figure has been set as
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TABLE 44

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS AND PERCENTAGE OF INCREASE BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1959-1969



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

1969 67,794 12.0 99,539 11.0 40,986 4.6 3,393 6.6 211,712 9.7

% Increase
1959-1969 44,081 185.9 88,531 804.2 17,719 76.2 1,260 59.1 151,591 252.1

Average
Annual
Increase 4,408 10.6 8,853 23.3 1,772 5.8 126 12.1 15,159 12.5
*Jones College shifted from private degree-granting to private junior college in 1967