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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
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    Chapter I: General information
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        Florida's institutions of higher learning
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        List of abbreviations
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    Chapter II: Report of statewide enrollment
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ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING


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The Florida Board of Regents

Tallahassee, Florida

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THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

Reuben Askew . . . . . . Governor

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

Richard B. Stone . . . . .. Secretary of State

Robert L. Shevin . . . . .. Attorney General

Fred 0. Dickinson, Jr . . . .. State Comptroller

Thomas D. O'Malley . . .. Treasurer-Insurance Commissioner

Doyle Conner . . . .. Commissioner of Agriculture



THE FLORIDA BOARD OF REGENTS

J. J. Daniel, Chairman . . . . .. Jacksonville

Marshall M. Criser, Vice Chairman . . . ... .Palm Beach

Chester H. Ferguson . . . . . . Tampa

James J. Gardener . . . . .. Fort Lauderdale

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

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

Louis C. Murray . . . . .. . Orlando

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

Carolyn Pearce . . . . . .. Coral Gables



THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM

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

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

Kenneth E. Penrod . Vice Chancellor for Medical and Health Services

Allan Tucker . . . Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

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PREFACE


This volume of Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning is

the fourteenth issue of a series of enrollment publications dating back to 1958.

The number of institutions of higher learning has nearly tripled since the

statewide enrollment report was first prepared. Enrollment has increased from

approximately 50,000 students in the fall of 1957 to more than 243,000 in 1971.

The enrollment report series reflect several trends of educational significance:

the rapid growth of enrollment in the community colleges; the leveling off of

lower division enrollment in the public universities; the spectacular increase in

upper division enrollment in the State University System; and the steady, paced,

collective enrollment gains of the institutions in the private sector.

We are grateful to the many educators in the colleges and universities of

Florida, too numerous to cite individually, who have provided the Office of the

Chancellor, State University System, with enrollment data, not only for this

volume, but for proceeding volumes. Presidents, deans of students, registrars

and admissions officers, directors of institutional research and directors of

data systems have joined efforts to supply us with reports of student enrollment.

Without the assistance of these contributors, this series of enrollment reports

would not be possible.

There are three persons whose efforts in assembling enrollment data for

publication merit especial reference: Thomas Baker, Division of Community Colleges,

for coordinating enrollment data from the community colleges; Bradford Cowles, for

preparing the statistical tables and for drafting the accompanying narrative;

and G. Emerson Tully, for giving overall direction to the preparation of this

volume. The latter two persons are members of the Board staff.

Allan Tucker
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
August, 1972

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TABLE OF CONTENTS


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

PREFACE . . . . .. . . . iii

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

Chapter

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

Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning
List of Abbreviations

II. REPORT OF STATEWIDE ENROLLMENT . . . 9

III. ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTIONS . . .. . .26

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

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

VI. TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION 84





























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LIST OF TABLES AND CHARTS


Table Page

1. Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning,
Fall 1971 . . . . ... . . . 12

2. Undergraduate On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Program,
Fall, 1971 . . . . ... .. ..... .... 13

3. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in Florida's
Colleges and Universities, Fall, 1971 . . . ... 13

4. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Level of
Program, Fall, 1971 . . . . ... ....... 14

5. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of
Institution, Fall, 1971 . . . . .. . 14

6. Origin of Total On-Campus Enrollment by State or Other
Geographical Area and Type of Institution, Fall, 1971 . ... 15

7. Origin of Florida On-Campus Enrollment by County
and Type of Institution, Fall, 1971 . . . ... 17

8. Percentage of Total On-Campus Enrollment in Each Type
of Institution, 1957-1971 . . . . ... .. .. 20

9. Percentage of Florida On-Campus Enrollment in
Each Type of Institution, 1957-1971 . . . .... .21

10. Percentage of Non-Florida Total On-Campus Enrollment in
Each Type of Institution, 1957-1971 . . . .. 22

11. Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution,
1957-1971 . . . . . . . 23

12. Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution,
1957-1971 . . . . . . . 24

13. Percentage of Male On-Campus Enrollment to Total Enrollment
by Type of Institution, 1962-1971 . . . . .. 25

14. Total Male Enrollment and First-Time-In-College Male Enrollment
in Florida's Colleges and Universities, Fall, 1971 . . ... 25

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Table Page

15. Institutions Enrolling More than 2,500 On-Campus
Students by Rank, Fall, 1971 . . . . ... 29

16. Florida Institutions of Higher Learning by Size of
Enrollment, Fall, 1971 . . . . ... ...... 30

17. On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Colleges and Universities by
Institution, Type of Enrollment, and Sex, Fall, 1971 . ... 31

18. Total Enrollment, First-Time-In-College Enrollment and Terminal
Enrollment by Type of Institution and Sex, Fall, 1971 . ... 34

19. Percentage of On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Colleges and
Universities by Institution, Type of Enrollment, and Sex,
Fall, 1971 . . . . .... . .... 34

20. On-Campus Enrollments from Florida, Other States and Countries
by Institution, Fall, 1971 . . . .... .. .... 35

21. Total On-Campus Enrollments by Institution, Alternate
Years 1961-1971 . . . . ... . .. 37

22. Origin of State University System On-Campus Enrollment by
State or Other Geographical Area, Fall, 1971 . . . 39

23. Origin of State University System Florida On-Campus Enrollment
by County, Fall, 1971 . .. . . . .... 41

24. Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State Universities,
1957-1971 . . . . ... . .... .44

25. Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State Universities,
1957-1971 . . . . ... .......... .45

26. On-Campus Enrollments by Institution, State University
System, 1962-1971 . . . . . . 46

27. Percentage of On-Campus Enrollments by Institution State
University System, 1962-1971 . . . . .. .... 46

28. Origin of First-Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment by State
or Other Geographical Area and Type of Institution, Fall, 1971 .. 50

29. Origin of State University System First-Time-In-College On-Campus
Enrollment by State or Other Geographical Area, Fall, 1971 . .. 52

30. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment
by County and Type of Institution, Fall, 1971 . . ... 54



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Table Page

31. Origin of State University System Florida First-Time-In-College
On-Campus Enrollment by County, Fall, 1971 . . .... 57

32. Percentage of Total First-Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment
in Each Type of Institution, 1957-1971 . . .... 60

33. Percentage of First-Time-In-College Florida On-Campus
Enrollment in Each Type of Institution, 1958-1971 . . 61

34. Percentage of First-Time-In-College Non-Florida On-Campus
Enrollment in Each Type of Institution, 1958-1971 . ... 62

35. Origin of First-Time-In-College Enrollment by State or Other
Geographical Area, 1964-1971 . . . .... 63

36. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College Enrollment by
County, 1964-1971 . . . . ... .... 65

37. First-Time-In-College Enrollments by Institution, Alternate
Years 1961-1971 . . . . .. .. .67

38. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or Other
Geographical Area, Fall, 1971 . . . .... 72

39. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by County,
Fall, 1971 . . . . ... . . 75

40. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or Other
Geographical Area, 1964-1971 . . . . ... 78

41. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by County,
1964-1971 . . . . ... . . . 80

42. Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by Institution, 1964-1971 . .. 83

43. Enrollment Increase Since 1957 and Percentage of Total
On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution . . ... 90

44. On-Campus Enrollments and Percentage Changes by Type of
Institution, 1959-1971 . . . . ... .. .. 91












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CHAPTER I


GENERAL INFORMATION













CHAPTER I

GENERAL INFORMATION

Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning presents the fall,

1971 enrollment data, ratios and comparisons with prior years. The data are

presented for the public sector and the private sector. The public sector in-

cludes the public universities and the public community and junior colleges.

The private sector includes the private baccalaureate degree-granting institu-

tions (four-year undergraduate and graduate degree) and the private junior col-

leges. A listing of the individual colleges and universities included in each

sector follows in this chapter.

Chapter I also includes a list of abbreviations used to designate types

of institutions and enrollment terms. A map of Florida shows the locations of

the public and private degree-granting institutions. A second map shows the

locations of all public and private community and junior colleges in Florida.

Chapter II is a report of Statewide Enrollment in the fall term, 1971.

Detailed information is provided for the defined sectors of Florida higher

education in Chapters III, IV, and V. Chapter III provides enrollment by

institutions. Chapter IV presents first-time-in-college enrollment. Graduate

enrollment is detailed in Chapter V. Chapter VI contains a summary of the en-

rollment data and an analysis of how these data relate to existing trends and

emerging developments.







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FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING


State University System

1. Florida Agricultural and 6. University of Florida
Mechanical University Gainesville
Tallahassee
*7. University of North Florida
2. Florida Atlantic University Jacksonville
Boca Raton
8. University of South Florida
*3. Florida International University Tampa
Miami
9. University of West Florida
4. Florida State University Pensacola
Tallahassee

5. Florida Technological University
Orlando


Public Community and Junior Colleges

1. Brevard Community College 9. Gulf Coast Community College
Cocoa Panama City

2. Broward Community College 10. Hillsborough Community College
Fort Lauderdale Tampa

3. Central Florida Community College 11. Indian River Community College
Ocala Fort Pierce

4. Chipola Junior College 12. Lake City Community College
Marianna Lake City

5. Daytona Beach Community College 13. Lake-Sumter Community College
Daytona Beach Leesburg

6. Edison Junior College 14. Manatee Junior College
Fort Myers Bradenton

7. Florida Junior College at Jacksonville 15. Miami-Dade Junior College
Jacksonville Miami

8. Florida Keys Community College 16. North Florida Junior College
Key West Madison



* Florida International University and the University of North Florida
will open in September, 1972.

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Public Community and Junior Colleges (continued)

17. Okaloosa-Walton Junior College 23. Santa Fe Junior College
Niceville Gainesville

18. Palm Beach Junior College 24. Seminole Junior College
Lake Worth Sanford

19. Pensacola Junior College 25. South Florida Junior College
Pensacola Avon Park

20. Polk Community College 26. Tallahassee Community College
Winter Haven Tallahassee

21. St. Johns River Junior College 27. Valencia Community College
Palatka Orlando

22. St. Petersburg Junior College
St. Petersburg


Private Baccalaureate Degree-Granting Institutions

1. Barry College 12. New College
Miami Sarasota

2. Bethune-Cookman College 13. Nova University
Daytona Beach Fort Lauderdale

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

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

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

6. Florida Institute of Technology 17. Seminary of St. Vincent de Paul
Melbourne Boynton Beach

7. Florida Memorial College 18. South-Eastern Bible College
Miami Lakeland

8. Florida Presbyterian College 19. Stetson University
St. Petersburg DeLand

9. Florida Southern College 20. University of Miami
Lakeland Miami

10. Jacksonville University 21. University of Tampa
Jacksonville Tampa

11. Jones College
Jacksonville

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Private Junior Colleges

1. Florida College
Temple Terrace

2. Jones College
Orlando

3. Marymount College
Boca Raton

4. Saint Joseph College of Florida
Jensen Beach

5. Webber College
Babson Park








































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.. .... .- .... ...- Jacksonville U
..... .. OIIS JACKSON O
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*Florida A & M u.i -"
*Florida State U ,%Fo Meora CA-

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Embry-Riddle Aero. Inst.--
Stetson U & ...... -- "
Rollins C -L C
*Florida Technological U -
Florida Inst. of Technology l'- \.'Lcr I
St. Leo C 1 ote \
South-Eastern Bible C O U-
Florida Southern C----- --" ,
*U of South Florida
U of Tampa- -MAE^NATEE HARDOEE mN^tMN "M" 'W"^MIC
Florida Presbyterian C c
6i -------
Ringling School of Art I r-1 ""
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Sem. of St. Vincent de PaulP 'v K ol, usK A
*Florida Atlantic U



+Nova U--------- coei
Biscayne C-------- -_- -------
Barry C N-----

Florida Memorial C-
U of Miami


STATE UNIVERSITIES AND PRIVATE BACCALAUREATE
DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS OF FLORIDA ^i01,0
FALL 1971 -.---.

*Denotes State University
+Offers Post-Baccalaureate Degrees Only
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*Chipola JC
-. -- --- -- o 5-;N *Florida JC at Jacksonvill
SI -1 *Lake City CC
*L -AA ) NSSA'U




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*Central Florida CC----- _
...... ~C -------------------



Lake-Sumter CCI- ... . TrC,_
PensaolaSeminole C JC---------- -- I o
kaloosa-Waalencia CC

Jones C PASCO *'......-.- ..... \
**Bulf Coast CC Ni A-A os \
*Tallahassee CC,"" WWII.
*North Florida JC *Santa Fe JC_ wo




*St. JohnPetersburgiver JC L- -





*Polk CC

*Manatee JC -
*Indian River CC SMASO NAITIN
*Central Florida JCC o
*Lake-Sut. Josepher C-






*SePalm Beah JC --- rL--
*Valencia CC Am0 OE
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Marymount C ---------- -..-............
*Broward CC-- O eoui
*Hillsborough CC SaOR .











Miami-Dade JC ----------






PUBLIC AND PRIVATE JUNIOR AND COMMUNITY .
COLLEGES OF FLORIDAk CC
Webber C srr
*Manatee JC u5s7o0o















FALL 1971

*IDenotes Public Community and Junior Colleges
St. Joseph C
*Palm Beach JC I esonp HENDRY
*Edison JC \ A
Marymount C ...
*Broward CC co on
*Miami-Dade JC
*Florida Keys CC





PUBLIC AND PRIVATE JUNIOR AND COMMUNITY
COLLEGES OF FLORIDA
FALL 1971


*Denotes Public Community and Junior Colleges





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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS



C . . . . ... College

CC . . . . ... Community College

Co. . . . . .. County

DGI . . . . ... Degree-Granting Institutions

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. . . . ... Institute, Institution

JC ................. Junior College

PBDGI . . . ..... .Private Baccalaureate Degree-
Granting Institutions

Priv. . . . . .. Private

Pub. . . . . Public

SUS . . . .... State University System

U . . . .... University

UF . . . . ... University of Florida

USF . . . . ... University of South Florida

UWF . . . . ... .University of West Florida




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CHAPTER II


REPORT OF STATEWIDE ENROLLMENT












CHAPTER II

REPORT OF STATEWIDE ENROLLMENT


On-campus enrollment in Florida's institutions of higher learning is pre-

sented in the fourteen tables which comprise this chapter. Off-campus enrollment

data are not reported in this publication.

Total on-campus headcount enrollment in higher education in the fall, 1971,

for the State of Florida was 243,746. This was a 7.5 per cent increase over the

fall of 1970. Enrollment in the public sectors continued to grow, showing a

9.5 increase over the fall of 1970. The private sector, however, experienced

a net decrease of 0.3 per cent in enrollment from fall, 1970 to fall, 1971.

The annual percentage changes in total on-campus enrollment for the past

seven years have been the following:

Combined Public Private
Sectors Sector Sector


Fall, 1971 over Fall, 1970 7.5 9.5 -0.3
Fall, 1970 over Fall, 1969 7.1 8.4 2.1
Fall, 1969 over Fall, 1968 9.7 11.4 3.6
Fall, 1968 over Fall, 1967 12.2 13.2 9.2
Fall, 1967 over Fall, 1966 10.3 13.2 7.0
Fall, 1966 over Fall, 1965 13.5 14.6 3.4
Fall, 1965 over Fall, 1964 17.5 21,1 9.3


Table 1 shows by types of institutions the numbers of graduate and under-

graduate students which make up the total Florida headcount enrollment of 243,746.

In Table 2 undergraduate on-campus enrollment is presented by type of program.

On-Campus enrollment of Florida residents represents 85.5 per cent of total

enrollment (Table 3). On-campus enrollment by undergraduate and graduate level

--Florida and non-Florida--is shown in Table 4. The private sector enrolled

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56.6 per cent of the 35,259 non-Florida students (Table 5). The origin of total

on-campus enrollment by state or other geographical area and type of institution

is shown in Table 6, while Table 7 presents the same information by counties for

Florida students.

Table 8 through 12 present an historical account of enrollment figures

and percentages of Florida and non-Florida students by types of institutions.

Beginning in 1958 when the first in the series of statewide enrollment pub-

lications was printed, the percentage of on-campus enrollment in private in-

stitutions (Florida and non-Florida combined) has steadily decreased from 46.0

per cent to 18.5 per cent of the total. This change of over 27 per cent in

14 years shows an average annual decrease of nearly 2 per cent (Table 8).

The significant increases in the 1969 and 1970 on-campus male enrollments

in the private junior colleges were balanced in 1971 by a 6.3 per cent decrease

(Table 13). The private sector as a whole, however, continues to show a slightly

higher percentage of male on-campus students than the public sector. Male-

female ratios for each of the public universities, for the public junior and

community colleges as a group, private four-year institutions as a group, and

private junior colleges as a group are shown in Table 14.




















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TABLE 1

ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FALL 1971


Institutions On-Campus Enrollment1
Undergraduate2 Graduate Total
First-Time- Previously
In College Enrolled
In College

FAMU 840 3,333 256 4,429
FAU .4,993 739 5,732
FSU 2,339 11,390 4,530 18,259
FTU 900 4,599 569 6,068
UF 2,796 15,121 5,579 23,496
USF 2,153 13,682 1,593 17,428
SUWF 2,620 364 2,984

SUS Total 9,028 55,738 13,630 78,396

Public CC & JC 39,402 80,747 120,149
Private BDGI 8,129 28,891 6,145 43,165
Private JC 744 1,292 2,036

Total 57,303 166,668 19,775 243,746


O1n-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 in which he is enrolled for the term.

2Includes students pursuing first professional degrees.








TABLE 2

UNDERGRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY
TYPE OF PROGRAM
FALL 1971

Degree Terminal Total
Institution Programs Programs Undergraduate

FAMU 4,173 4,173
FAU 4,993 4,993
FSU 13,729 13,729
FTU 5,499 5,499
UF 17,917 17,917
USF 15,835 15,835
UWF 2,620 2,620

SUS Total 64,766 .64,766

Public CC & JC 90,526 29,623 120,149
Private BDGI 35,744 1,276 37,020
Private JC 1,781 255. 2,036

Total 192,817 31,154 223,971






TABLE 3

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
FALL 1971


Institution Florida Non-Florida Total Enrollment

FAMU 4,071 358 4,429
FAU 5,048 684 5,732
FSU 15,121 3,138 18,259
FTU 5,917 151 6,068
UF 21,718 1,778 23,496
USF 15,868 1,560 17,428
UWF 2,777 207 2,984

SUS Total 70,520 7,876 78,396

Public CC & JC 112,712 7,437 120,149
Private BDGI 24,160 19,005 43,165
Private JC 1,095 941 2,036

Total 208,487 35,259 243,746


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TABLE 4
FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF PROGRAM
FALL 1971

Undergraduate Graduate
Non- Under- Non-
Florida Florida % Non- graduate Florida Florida % Non- Graduate
Institution Enrollment Enrollment Florida Total Enrollment Enrollment Florida Total
FAMU 3,825 348 8.3 4,173 246 10 3.9 256
FAU 4,381 612 12.3 4,993 667 72 9.7 739
FSU 12,182 1,547 11.3 13,729 2,939 1,591 35.1 4,530
FTU 5,356 143 2.6 5,499 561 8 1.4 569
UF 17,058 859 4.8 17,917 4,660 919 16.5 5,579
USF 14,414 1,421 9.0 15,835 1,454 139 8.7 1,593
UWF 2,450 170 6.5 2,620 327 37 10.2 364
SUS Total 59,666 5,100 7.9 64,766 10,854 2,776 20.4 13,630
Pub. CC & JC 112,712 7,437 6.2 120,149. .
Private BDGI 19,552 17,468 47.2 37,020 4,608 1,537 25.0 6,145
Private JC 1,095 941 46.2 2,036 ..
Total 193,025 30,946 13.8 223,971 15,462 4,313 21.8 19,775




TABLE 5
FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY.TYPE OF INSTITUTION
FALL 1971

% of % of Non- % of Non- % of % of
Florida Florida State Florida Florida State State
Institution Students Students Total Students Students Total Total Total
SUS 70,520 33.8 28.9 7,876 22.3 3.2 78,396 32.2
Pub. CC & JC 112,712 54.1 46.2 7,437 21.1 3.1 120,149 49.3
Private BDGI 24,160 11.6 9.9 19,005 53.9 7.8 43,165 17.7
Private JC 1,095 .5 .5 941 2.7 .4 2,036 .8
Total 208,487 100.0 85.5 35,259 100.0 14.5 243,746 100.0







TABLE 6

ORIGIN OF TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE
OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND TYPE OF
INSTITUTION
FALL 1971

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

Alabama 325 178 221 43 767
Alaska 11 6 9 .26
Arizona 18 9 24 14 65
Arkansas 31 18 21 12 82
California 143 111 212 26 492

Colorado 26 38 44 2 110
Connecticut 137 168 811 24 1,140
Delaware 29 21 88 3 141
Dist. of Columbia 38 22 91 6 157
Florida 70,520 112,712 24,160 1,095 208,487

Georgia 710 285 572 17 1,584
Hawaii 10 13 13 .36
Idaho 6 13 4 1 24
Illinois 335 249 796 46 1,426
Indiana 143 223 217 50 633

Iowa 61 30 77 1 169
Kansas 18 17 41 5 81
Kentucky 105 84 134 22 345
Louisiana 102 31 64 4 201
Maine 17 29 97 4 147

Maryland 235 137 607 15 994
Massachusetts 164 162 801 16 1,143
Michigan 179 195 296 11 681
Minnesota 55 36 92 1 184
Mississippi 89 40 58 7 194

Missouri 80 44 132 18 274
Montana 2 4 9 .15
Nebraska 14 7 27 .48
Nevada 5 8 5 18
New Hampshire 26 21 69 .116

New Jersey 491 659 2,453 94 3,697
New Mexico 13 8 12 1 34
New York 860 946 3,702 172 5,680
North Carolina 195 105 301 15 616
North Dakota 8 7 7 .22





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TABLE 6 (continued)

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

Ohio 317 296 736 66 1,415
Oklahoma 19 15 46 4 84
Oregon 15 9 21 8 53
Pennsylvania 376 328 1,540 29 2,273
Rhode Island 27 23 127 2 179

South Carolina 149 81 176 4 410
South Dakota 8 1 10 19
Tennessee 168 54 203 20 445
Texas 116 62 182 29 389
Utah 13 3 2 .18

Vermont 16 13 25 .54
Virginia 317 193 625 16 1,151
Washington 20 21 25 7 73
West Virginia 52 43 51 3 149
Wisconsin 87 59 128 1 275
Wyoming 3 4 8 .15

U. S. Total 76,904 117,841 40,172 1,914 236,831

Canal Zone 14 9 21 4 48
Guam 1 .. 1
Puerto Rico 26 45 111 14 196
U. S. Virgin Islands 5 1 31 5 42

Other Countries 1,444 1,459 534 56 3,493
Unclassified 3 793 2,296 43 3,135

Total 78,396 120,149 43,165 2,036 243,746


















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TABLE 7

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY AND TYPE
OF INSTITUTION
FALL 1971

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

Alachua 5,196 2,033 66 2 7,297 3.50 16.03
Baker 31 82 8 121 .06 -14.18
Bay 518 1,752 31 2,301 1.10 3.74
Bradford 119 209 12 .340 .16 6.25
Brevard 2,938 6,476 1,807 52 11,273 5.41 1.92

Broward 5,070 8,709 1,289 36 15,104 7.24 11.91
Calhoun 52 124 3 .179 .09 3.76
Charlotte 114 140 24 2 280 .13 10.67
Citrus 93 145 14 .252 .12 11.50
Clay 252 477 165 .894 .43 26.80

Collier 258 247 64 2 571 .27 6.33
Columbia 223 550 28 801 .38 13.14
Dade 8,888 27,412 8,302 23 44,625 21.40 6.23
DeSoto 56 129 11 1 197 .09 35.86
Dixie 31 58 4 93 .04 3.13

Duval 3,895 8,207 4,336 8 16,446 7.89 11.39
Escambia 2,104 4,472 75 3 6,654 3.19 3.82
Flagler 17 43 10 .70 .03 -39.13
Franklin 62 47 6 .115 .06 33.72
Gadsden 497 236 32 .765 .37 12.67

Gilchrist 23 44 .. 1 68 .03 1.49
Glades 17 7 2 26 .01 -29.73
Gulf 72 133 6 .211 .10 4.09
Hamilton 45 88 4 .137 .07 -18.93
Hardee 74 117 18 .209 .10 7.11







TABLE.7 (continued)

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

Hendry 71 64 20 .155 .07 9.15
Hernando 118 99 46 2 265 .13 8.16
Highlands 196 304 28 528 .25 .96
Hillsborough 7,764 5,753 1,484 65 15,066 7.23 7.47
Holmes 73 148 5 .226 .11 -47.56

Indian River 224 497 61 5 787 .38 5.35
Jackson 292 647 12 .951 .46 5.43
Jefferson 135 86 10 1 232 .11 4.13
Lafayette 23 54 1 78 .04 6.02
Lake 509 944 140 5 1,598 .77 98.02

Lee 684 1,372 103 1 2,160 1.04 18.55
SLeon 4,242 1,965 45 1 6,253 3.00 13.32
SLevy 94 133 5 1 233 .11 6.80
Liberty 38 33 71 .03 18.33
Madison 143 262 7 .412 .20 4.85

Manatee 647 1,283 94 7 2,031 .97 9.61
Marion 609 1,123 91 1 1,824 .88 5.13
Martin 193 264 47 23 527 .25 23.71
Monroe 209 1,126 55 4 1,394 .67 6.49
Nassau 126 236 55 .417 .20 16.16

Okaloosa 822 2,280 19 1 3,122 1.50 6.55
Okeechobee 61 85 4 150 .07 26.05
Orange 5,765 4,910 1,744 654 13,073 6.27 8.06
Osceola 164 50 -39 13 266 .13 -29.07
Palm Beach 3,251 5,426 480 46 9,203 4.41 6.62






TABLE 7 (continued)

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

Pasco 376 325 121 8 830 .40 12.16
Pinellas 5,690 8,411 799 9 14,909 7.15 6.09
Polk 2,043 3,483 547 18 6,091 2.92 3.13
Putnam 223 658 49 .930 .45 2.88
Saint Johns 250 325 112 .687 ..33 1.48

Saint Lucie 392 844 68 3 1,307 .63 9.10
Santa Rosa 383 740 29 .1,152 .55 54.63
Sarasota 1,037 1,552 200 7 2,796 1.34 23.72
Seminole 1,105 1,366 296 78 2,845 1.37 10.31
Sumter 106 266 22 .394 .19 144.72

Suwannee 122 238 16 .376 .18 13.25
Taylor 144 204 6 .354 .17 1.72
SUnion 53 204 3 .260 .13 -18.24
Volusia 1,167 2,522 966 10 4,665 2.24 3.69
Wakulla 35 61 1 .97 .05 29.33

Walton 125 230 6 .361 .17 .56
Washington 73 151 5 .229 .11 3.38

Unclassified 98 51 2 2 153 .07 -87.30

Total 70,520 112,712 24,160 1,095 208,487 100.00 7.05


*Comparison to County Enrollments 1970.







TABLE 8

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1957-1971

State Public Public Private Baccalaureate Private .Private
Fall University Comm. & Jr. 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 41.3 15.6 56.9 39.8 3.3 43.1

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

S1962 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

1970 32.4 47.6 80.0 18.1 1.9 20.0

1971 32.2 49.3 81.5 17.7 .8 18.5







TABLE 9

PERCENTAGE OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1957-1971

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

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

1958 43.3 18.6 61.9 34.6 3.5 .38.1

1959 40.8 21.5 62.3 33.9 3.8 37.7

1960 41.5 27.4 68.9 28.8 2.3 31.1

1961 38.5 32.8 71.3 26.4 2.3 28.7

' 1962 38.7 36.2 74.9 23.0 2.1 25.1

1963 32.5 42.5 75.0 21.7 3.2 24.9

1964 32.8 44.1 76.9 20.9 2.2 23.1

1965 32.2 47.1 79.3 18.5 2.2 20.7

1966 32.2 49.9 82.1 15.9 1.9 17.8

1967 32.8 50.5 83.3 14.6 2.0 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

1970 33.8 52.2 86.0 12.4 1.6 14.0

1971 33.8 54.1 87.9 11.6 .5 12.1






TABLE 10

PERCENTAGE OF NON-FLORIDA TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1957-1971

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

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

1958 31.5 2.0 33.5 64.1 2.4 .66.5

1959 32.9 3.0 35.9 61.7 2.4 64.1
1960 31.3 2.9 34.2 63.5 2.3 65.8

1961 31.2 4.8 36.0 61.2 2.8 64.0

1962 32.3 6.9 39.2 58.8 2.0 60.8

1963 33.7 8.2 41.9 56.2 1.9 58.1

1964 33.9 8.4 42.3 55.4 2.4 57.8

1965 29.8 14.8 44.6 52.7 2.8 55.5

1966 24.2 21.1 45.3 52.3 2.3 54.6

1967 24.2 19.1 43.3 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

1970 23.7 19.4 43.1 53.0 3.9 56.9

1971 22.3 21.1 43.4 53.9 2.7 56.6






TABLE 11

FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1957-1971

Fall of SUS Public CC & JC Priv. BDGI Priv. JC All Insts.
EnroEnrol. nrol. %* Enrol. %* Enrol. %* Enrol. %*

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1965 37,862 81.6 55,455 94.9 21,741 67.3 2,570 82.3 117,628 85.4

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

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

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

1970 65,944 89.7 101,633 94.2 24,177 58.9 3,004 70.9 f194,758 85.9

1971 70,520 90.0 112,712 93.8 24,160 56.0 1,095 53.8 e208,487 85.5


*Florida enrollment expressed as a percent of total on-campus enrollment.






TABLE 12

NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1957-1971

Fall of SUS Public CC & JC Priv. BDGI Priv. JC All Insts.
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

1970 7,544 10.3 6,201 5.8 16,903 41.1 1,235 29.1 31,883 14.1

1971 7,876 10.0 7,437 6.2 19,005 44.0 941 46.2 35,259 14.5


*Non-Florida enrollment expressed as a percent of total on-campus enrollment.





TABLE 13
PERCENTAGE OF MALE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT TO TOTAL ENROLLMENT
BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1962-1971


Institution 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

SUS 60.8 60.4 60.2 60.2 60.0 58.4 59.2 58.8 59.4 59.5
Public CC & JC 59.0 56.2 59.8 60.8 60.3 60.8 60.1 59.5 58.8 57.6
Private BDGI 59.8 60.3 59.1 57.7 60.0 63.3 62.3 62.3 62.4 63.7
Private JC 65.7 63.3 58.7 57.5 55.0 57.6 58.8 63.7 72.3 66.0
Total Yearly Average 60.0 58.9 59.7 59.8 60.0 60.5 60.3 59.9 59.9 59.4



TABLE 14
TOTAL MALE ENROLLMENT AND FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE MALE ENROLLMENT
IN FLORIDA'S COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
FALL 1971
r,
Total % of First-Time % of Total Total
Male Total Total Male First-Time First-Time
Institution Enrol. Enrol. Enrol. Enrol. Enrol. Enrol.

FAMU 2,312 52.2 4,429 458 54.5 840
FAU 3,383 59.0 5,732 .
FSU 9,925 54.4 18,259 984 42.1 2,339
FTU 3,825 63.0 6,068 548 60.9 900
UF 15,138 64.4 23,496 1,560 55.8 2,796
USF 10,164 58.3 17,428 1,142 53.0 2,153
UWF 1,912 64.0 2,984. ..
SUS Total 46,659 59.5 78,396 4,692 52.0 9,028
Public CC & JC 69,217 57.6 120,149 21,805 55.3 39,402
Private BDGI 27,494 63.7 43,165 5,035 61.9 8,129
Private JC 1,344 66.0 2,036 371 49.9 744
Total 144,714 59.4 243,746 31,903 55.7 57,303




























CHAPTER III


ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTIONS












CHAPTER III

ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTIONS


All institutions included in this study award degrees--associate or higher.

The public institutions numbered thirty-four--seven universities and 27 public

two-year institutions. In the private sector there were 21 baccalaureate degree-

granting institutions and five junior colleges.

Table 15 ranks institutions enrolling more than 2,500 on-campus students in

order of their enrollment size. Miami-Dade Junior College, with an enrollment

of 30,853 students, has led Florida institutions in enrollment numbers since

1967. The list contains these additions to the list published in the fall of

1969: Daytona Beach Community College, Tallahassee Community College, and

Manatee Junior College. All of the other institutions appeared on the 1970

list, although more than two-thirds of the institutions changed in rank order.

Table 16 is a grouping by enrollment size of all of Florida's institutions of

higher learning.

Figures in Table 17 show the male and female components of on-campus

enrollment, first-time students, and terminal students. This is followed by

summary figures for each type of institution (Table 18), and enrollment by

institution, type of enrollment, and sex (Table 19). First-time-in-college

enrollment includes all new freshman-level students who have not previously

enrolled in any institutions 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 fewer than four years.

On-campus enrollment for Florida and non-Florida students, with the

percentage of non-Florida students per institution, is presented in Table 20.

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Florida State University led public institutions with 17.19 per cent non-

Florida enrollment. New College with 88.12 per cent out-of-state enrollment

led institutions in the private sectors. Total on-campus enrollment is

detailed in Table 21 for alternate years 1961 through 1971.

The remaining tables in Chapter III refer to the State University System.

Origin by state or other geographical area of enrollment for the seven state

universities is presented in Table 22. Florida on-campus enrollment is shown

in Table 23. Florida and non-Florida enrollment with percentages of total

enrollment is presented for each year beginning with 1957 in Tables 24 and 25.

Tables 26 and 27 give an historical account (1962-1971) of enrollments and

percentages of on-campus enrollment for each of the seven institutions in the

State University System.

































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TABLE 15

INSTITUTIONS ENROLLING MORE THAN 2,500 ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS
BY RANK
FALL 1971

Rank Institution Enrollment

1 Miami-Dade Junior College 30,853
2 University of Florida 23,496
3 Florida State University 18,259
4 University of South Florida 17,428
5 University of Miami 15,754

6 St. Petersburg Junior College 9,848
7 Florida Junior College at Jacksonville 8,303
8 Broward Community College 7,923
9 Brevard Community College 6,625
10 Florida Technological University 6,068

11 Palm Beach Junior College 5,872
12 Florida Atlantic University 5,732
13 Pensacola Junior College 5,707
14 Hillsborough Community College 5,559
15 Florida A & M University 4,429

16 Santa Fe Junior College 4,054
17 Valencia Community College 3,774
18 Rollins College 3,547
19 Polk Community College 3,540
20 Jacksonville University 3,016

21 University of West Florida 2,984
22 Manatee Junior College 2,958
23 Stetson University 2,804
24 Daytona Beach Community College 2,708
25 Tallahassee Community College 2,556




















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TABLE 16

FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING BY SIZE OF ENROLLMENT
FALL 1971


Pub. Priv. Priv.
Enrollment SUS CC & JC BDGI JC Total

499 or under 1 4 4 9

500-999 4 1 5

1,000-1,999 .9 7 16

2,000-2,999 1 6 3 .10

3,000-3,999 .2 2 4

4,000-4,999 1 1 2

5,000-5,999 1 3 .. 4

6,000-6,999 1 1 2

7,000-7,999 1 .. 1

8,000-8,999 .. 1 .. .

9,000-9,999 1 .. .. 1

10,000-11,999 .

12,000-13,999 .

14,000-15,999 .. 1 .. 1

16,000-17,999 1 .. .. 1

18,000-19,999 1 .. .. 1

20,000 or more 1 1 .. 2

Total 7 27 21 5 60










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TABLE 17

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES BY INSTITUTION,
TYPE OF ENROLLMENT, AND SEX
FALL 1971

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

State University System
FAMU 2,312 2,117 4,429 458 382 840
FAU 3,383 2,349 5,732
FSU 9,925 8,334 18,259 984 1,355 2,339
FTU 3,825 2,243 6,068 548 352 900
UF 15,138 8,358 23,496 1,560 1,236 2,796 .

USF 10,164 7,264 17,428 1,142 1,011 2,153
UWF 1,912 1,072 2,984

Public Community and Junior Colleges
Brevard CC 3,977 2,648 6,625 1,775 1,184 2,959 1,979 762 2,741
Broward CC 4,640 3,283 7,923 1,335 890 2,225 1,622 1,048 2,670
Central Florida CC 811 639 1,450 290 253 543 198 160 358
Chipola JC 682 585 1,267 260 203 463 69 115 184
Daytona Beach CC 1,634 1,074 2,708 797 568 1,365 446 298 744

Edison JC 995 784 1,779 281 204 485 170 232 402
Fla. JC at Jacksonville 4,862 3,441 8,303 1,463 1,201 2,664 1,137 1,156 2,293
Florida Keys CC 696 402 1,098 230 139 369 223 131 354
Gulf Coast CC 1,211 854 2,065 393 285 678 294 280 574
Hillsborough CC 3,063 2,496 5,559 1,225 1,118 2,343 700 807 1,507

Indian River CC 969 866 1,835 322 315 637 109 122 231
Lake City CC 1,011 451 1,462 341 149 490 351 148 499
Lake-Sumter CC 749 461 1,210 272 167 439 52 54 106
Manatee JC 1,712 1,246 2,958 860 625 1,485 304 363 667
Miami-Dade JC 17,214 13,639 30,853 4,691 3,983 8,674 4,068 3,489 7,557






TABLE 17 (continued)

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

North Florida JC 581 569 1,150 217 238 455 64 68 132
Okaloosa-Walton JC 1,491 779 2,270 426 .274 700 216 85 301
Palm Beach JC 3,189 2,683 5,872 882 876 1,758 830 971 1,801
Pensacola JC 3,407 2,300 5,707 730 682 1,412 528 518 1,046
Polk CC 1,805 1,735 3,540 597 625 1,222 297 491 788

St. Johns River JC 796 503 1,299 252 204 456 189 71 260
St. Petersburg JC 5,530 4,318 9,848 1,542 1,431 2,973 974 1,063 2,037
Santa Fe JC 2,208 1,846 4,054 889 807 1,696 375 435 810
Seminole JC 1,678 817 2,495 512 299 811 120 45 165
South Florida JC 334 155 489 140 66 206 54 19 73

Tallahassee CC 1,505 1,051 2,556 389 320 709 257 274 531
SValencia CC 2,467 1,307 3,774 694 491 1,185 448 344 792

Private Baccalaureate Degree-Granting Institutions
Barry C 204 1,090 1,294 165 165
Bethune-Cookman C 578 641 1,219 177 196 373
Biscayne C 430 28 458 119 119
Edward Waters C 350 453 803 47 61 108.
Embry-Riddle Aero. Inst. 1,651 20 1,671 300 4 304 347 1 348

Fla. Inst. of Technology 1,982 137 2,119 410 50 460 432 14 446
Florida Memorial C 343 478 821 73 79 152. ..
Florida Presbyterian C 547 567 1,114 120 176 296
Florida Southern C 685 792 1,477 171 213 384
Jacksonville U 1,775 1,241 3,016 301 223 524

Jones C (Jacksonville) 1,536 195 1,731 543 95 638 ..
New C 313 268 581 106 98 204 ..
Nova U 69 57 126 .. .
Ringling School of Art 209 222 431 93 97 190 209 222 431
Rollins C 2,142 1,405 3,547 229 237 466 ..






TABLE 17 (continued)

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

Saint Leo C 801 352 1,153 276 134 410 19 19
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul 62 62 .. 23 23
South-Eastern Bible C 359 306 665 112 109 221 7 2 9
Stetson U 1,740 1,064 2,804 224 198 422
U of Miami 10,066 5,688 15,754 1,409 754 2,163

U of Tampa 1,652 667 2,319 325 205 530

Private Junior Colleges
Florida C 254 203 457 126 115 241 27 3 30
Jones College (Orlando) 801 33 834 82 2 84..
Marymount College 46 272 318 40 147 187 16 100 116
St. Joseph C 241 77 318 121 39 160 .
Webber C 2 107 109 2 70 72 2 107 109







TABLE 18

TOTAL ENROLLMENT, FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT AND TERMINAL ENROLLMENT
BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION AND SEX
FALL 1971

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

SUS 46,659 31,737 78,396 4,692 4,336 9,028. .
Public CC & JC 69,217 50,932 120,149 21,805 17,597 39,402 16,074 13,549 29,623
Private BDGI 27,494 15,671 43,165 5,035 3,094 8,129 1,018 258 1,276
Private JC 1,344 692 2,036 371 373 744 45 210 255

Grand Total 144,714 99,032 243,746 31,903 25,400 57,303 17,137 14,017 31,154




TABLE 19

PERCENTAGE OF ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
BY INSTITUTION, TYPE OF ENROLLMENT, AND SEX
FALL 1971

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

SUS 19.14 13.02 32.16 8.19 7.57 15.76 .
Public CC & JC 28.40 20.90 49.30 38.05 30.71 68.76 51.60 43.49 95.09
Private BDGI 11.28 6.43 17.71 8.79 5.40 14.19 3.27 .83 4.10
Private JC .55 .28 .83 .64 .65 1.29 .14 .67 .81

Grand Total 59.37 40.63 100.00 55.67 44.33 100.00 55.01 44.99 100.00

% of Total Enrollment 59.37 40.63 100.00 13.09 10.42 23.51 7.03 5.75 12.78










TABLE 20

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS FROM FLORIDA, OTHER STATES AND
COUNTRIES BY INSTITUTION
FALL 1971

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

State University System
FAMU 4,071 304 54 4,429 8.08
FAU 5,048 407 277 5,732 11.93
FSU 15,121 2,746 392 18,259 17.19
FTU 5,917 57 94 6,068 2.49
UF 21,718 1,245 533 23,496 7.57

USF 15,868 1,425 135 17,428 8.95
UWF 2,777 203 4 2,984 6.94

Public Community and Junior Colleges
Brevard CC 6,329 291 5 6,625 4.47
Broward CC 7,373 491 59 7,923 6.94
Central Florida CC 1,381 62 7 1,450 4.76
Chipola JC 1,202 63 2 1,267 5.13
Daytona Beach CC 2,544 153 11 2,708 6.06

Edison JC 1,652 127 1,779 7.14
Fla. JC at Jacksonville 8,000 240 63 8,303 3.65
Florida Keys CC 1,040 57 1 1,098 5.28
Gulf Coast CC 1,925 127 13 2,065 6.78
Hillsborough CC 4,967 592 5,559 10.65

Indian River CC 1,729 74 32 1,835 5.78
Lake City CC 1,304 153 5 1,462 10.81
Lake-Sumter CC 1,181 21 8 1,210 2.40
Manatee JC 2,773 180 5 2,958 6.25
Miami-Dade JC 28,405 1,464 984 30,853 7.93

North Florida JC .1,047 96 7 1,150 8.96
Okaloosa-Walton JC 2,250 19 1 2,270 .88
Palm Beach JC 5,553 282 37 5,872 5.43
Pensacola JC 5,490 209 8 5,707 3.80
Polk CC 3,450 67 23 3,540 2.54

St. Johns River JC 1,242 50 7 1,299 4.39
St. Petersburg JC 9,328 485 35 9,848 5.28
Santa Fe JC 3,529 371 154 4,054 12.95
Seminole JC 2,431 58 6 2,495 2.56
South Florida JC 476 10 3 489 2.66

Tallahassee CC 2,440 86 30 2,556 4.54
Valencia CC 3,671 94 9 3,774 2.73

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TABLE 20 (continued)


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

Private Baccalaureate Degree-Granting Institutions
Barry C 1,052 196 46 1,294 18.70
Bethune-Cookman C 1,020 182 17 1,219 16.32
Biscayne C 205 241 12 458 55.24
Edward Waters C 757 44 2 803 5.73
Embry-Riddle Aero. Inst. 267 1,314 90 1,671 84.02

Florida Inst. of Technology 792 1,230 97 2,119 62.62
Florida Memorial C 676 61 84 821 17.66
Florida Presbyterian C 491 608 15 1,114 55.92
Florida Southern C 805 636 36 1,477 45.50
Jacksonville U 2,058 914 44 3,016 31.76

Jones C (Jacksonville) 1,567 148 16 1,731 9.47
New C 69 505 7 581 88.12
Nova U 92 28 6 126 26.98
Ringling School of Art 120 302 9 431 72.16
Rollins C 2,712 793 42 3,547 23.54

Saint Leo C 264 866 23 1,153 77.10
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul 26 34 2 62 58.06
South-Eastern Bible C 285 376 4 665 57.14
Stetson U 2,174 587 43 2,804 22.47
U of Miami 7,330 8,364 60 15,754 53.47

U of Tampa 1,398 879 42 2,319 39.71

Private Junior Colleges
Florida C 118 327 12 457 74.18
Jones C (Orlando) 790 43 1 834 5.28
Marymount C 75 200 43 318 76.41
St. Joseph C 76 225 17 318 76.10
Webber C 36 67 6 109 66.97














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TABLE 21

TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION
ALTERNATE YEARS 1961-1971

Institution 1961 1963 1965 1967 1969 1971

State University System
FAMU 2,768 2,884 3,588 3,783 4,260 4,429
FAU .. 2,392 4,144 5,057 5,732
FSU 9,835 11,162 13,200 15,202 17,010 18,259
FTU 3,608 6,068
UF 13,634 14,810 16,874 19,004 20,769 23,496

USF 2,982 4,593 7,792 10,668 14,265 17,428
UWF .. .. 1,318 2,825 2,984

Public Community and Junior Colleges
Brevard CC 1,248 2,103 3,660 4,962 5,759 6,625
Broward CC 1,388 2,450 3,996 4,513 5,892 7,923
Central Florida CC 615 862 1,343 1,196 1,306 1,450
Chipola JC 709 747 1,369 1,181 1,237 1,267
Daytona Beach CC 908 1,350 2,364 2,323 2,341 2,708

Edison JC 674 953 1,211 1,342 1,779
Fla. JC at Jacksonville .. 4,293 6,314 8,303
Florida Keys CC 603 561 864 1,098
Gulf Coast CC 661 887 1,352 1,517 2,144 2,065
Hillsborough CC .. .. 3,216 5,559

Indian River CC 487 617 970 1,078 1,548 1,835
Lake City CC 491 908 992 1,286 1,462
Lake-Sumter CC 402 921 909 936 1,210
Manatee JC 993 1,427 2,052 2,274 2,321 2,958
Miami-Dade 3,341 11,061 14,513 21,661 26,371 30,853

North Florida JC 472 514 918 1,072 1,208 1,150
Okaloosa-Walton JC 1,078 1,433 2,052 2,270
Palm Beach JC 2,111 3,084 4,514 4,664 5,360 5,872
Pensacola JC 2,647 3,098 3,969 4,400 5,017 5,707
Polk CC .. 1,830 2,408 3,117 3,540

St. Johns River JC 540 982 2,383 1,501 1,190 1,299
St. Petersburg JC 3,934 5,036 7,918 8,859 9,281 9,848
Santa Fe JC .. .. 1,781 2,695 4,054
Seminole JC .. .. 1,569 1,967 2,495
South Florida JC .. .. .. 362 376 489

Tallahassee CC .. .. .. 1,298 1,846 2,556
Valencia CC .. 580 2,553 3,774


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TABLE 21 (continued)

Institution 1961 1963 1965 1967 1969 1971

Private Baccalaureate Degree-Granting Institutions
Barry C 799 848 1,072 1,180 1,339 1,294
Bethune-Cookman C 680 831 942 1,055 1,239 1,219
Biscayne C 51 262 363 425 458
Edward Waters C 743 726 908 914 1,026 803
Embry-Riddle Aero. Inst. 210 191 721 1,440 1,671

Florida Inst. of Technology 772 1,047 1,912 1,979 2,119
Florida Memorial C 332 377 427 620 870 821
Florida Presbyterian C 259 589 789 920 958 1,114
Florida Southern C 1,985 1,848 1,674 1,657 1,539 1,477
Jacksonville U 1,733 2,210 2,694 2,627 2,919 3,016

Jones C (Jacksonville)* .. .. .. 1,731
New C 171 258 394 581
Nova U . 21 25 126
Ringling School of Art 342 359 424 447 431
Rollins C 1,571 2,606 3,241 3,589 3,419 3,547

Saint Leo C 261 404 807 1,151 1,159 1,153
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul 58 90 81 62
South-Eastern Bible C 247 340 542 660 665
Stetson U 2,112 2,081 2,327 2,312 2,769 2,804
U of Miami 13,297 11,567 12,347 12,674 15,490 15,754

U of Tampa 2,617 2,495 2,655 2,242 2,448 2,319

Private Junior Colleges
Florida C 266 285 426 385 408 457
Jones C (Orlando) 327 192 277 543 834
Marymount C 91 325 339 446 318
St. Joseph C .. .. .. 216 284 318
Webber C 80 90 100 93 76 109


*Prior to 1971, Jones College, Jacksonville, was a two-year institution.












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TABLE 22

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA
FALL 1971


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

Alabama 35 4 195 44 12 35 325
Alaska .. 3 5 3 11
Arizona 7 1 3 6 1 18
Arkansas 1 20 6 2 2 31
California 3 6 62 36 25 11 143

Colorado 3 17 .5 1 26
Connecticut 9 12 39 26 49 2 137
Delaware 2 11 .. 7 9 29
Dist. of Columbia 8 2 12 6 9 1 38
Florida 4,071 5,048 15,121 5,917 21,718 15,868 2,777 70,520

Georgia. 63 8 428 5 138 62 6 710
Hawaii .. 6 .1 3 .. 10
Idaho .. 1 3 .. 1 1 6
Illinois 14 23 123 5 49 116 5 335
Indiana 4 11 54 1 29 41 3 143

Iowa 2 32 .. 11 15 1 61
Kansas 2 .9 1 5 1 18
Kentucky 2 3 60 3 19 14 4 105
Louisiana 5 2 55 1 25 5 9 102
Maine 2 8 .. .. 7 17

Maryland 3 31 86 2 42 64 7 235
Massachusetts 13 62 2 35 45 7 164
Michigan 9 18 67 2 32 44 7 179
Minnesota 1 2 24 1 7 17 3 55
Mississippi 4 51. 20 10 4 89

Missouri 3 2 31 10 31 3 80
Montana .. .. 1 .. 1 2
Nebraska .. .. 9 3 1 1 14
Nevada .. 1 .. 4 5
New Hampshire .. 1 13 2 8 2 26

New Jersey 19 57 138 5 114 147 11 491
New Mexico .. .. 10 1 .1 1 13
New York 36 92 246 12 154 292 28 860
North Carolina 7 4 115 1 44 24 195
North Dakota 4 1 3 8



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TABLE 22 (continued)

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

Ohio 6 26 123 3 58 93 8 317
Oklahoma 1 1 10 5 1 1 19
Oregon .. 11 2 1 1 15
Pennsylvania 38 41 122 2 73 92 8 376
Rhode Island 3 13 1 8 2 27

South Carolina 14 2 81 3 39 4 6 149
South Dakota .. 5 2 1 .. 8
Tennessee 5 7 86 48 19 3 168
Texas 1 4 59 25 20 7 116
Utah .. 11 1 1 13

Vermont 1 7 .4 4 16
Virginia 9 13 138 4 84 67 2 317
Washington .. 2 11 2 4 1 20
West Virginia 1 1 26 1 11 12 52
Wisconsin 1 5 41 2 13 21 4 87
Wyoming .. 1 .. 1 1 .. 3

U. S. Total 4,375 5,455 17,867 5,974 22,963 17,293 2,977 76,904

Canal Zone 1 10 .3 .. 14
Guam
Puerto Rico 1 13 2 10 .. 26
U. S. Virgin Islands 1 2 2 .. 5

Other Countries 52 276 367 92 518 135 4 1,444
Unclassified .. .. .. .. 3 3

Total 4,429 5,732 18,259 6,068 23,496 17,428 2,984 78,396


















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TABLE 23

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY
FALL 1971


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

Alachua 49 13 140 20 4,877 85 12 5,196 7.37
Baker 2 5 .21 3 31 .04
Bay 31 5 222 1 136 20 103 518 .74
Bradford 7 3 19 77 11 2 119 .17
Brevard 50 104 520 867 931 443 23 2,938 4.17

Broward 152 1,844 917 32 1,562 536 27 5,070 7.19
Calhoun 2 29 .9 3 9 52 .07
Charlotte 2 9 27 3 39 31 3 114 .16
Citrus 3 23 1 38 24 4 93 .13
Clay 9 5 65 5 148 13 7 252 .36

Collier 11 21 71 3 64 83 5 258 .37
Columbia 27 5 45 127 6 13 223 .32
Dade 309 1,129 2,232 25 3,791 1,332 70 8,888 12.60
DeSoto 2 .8 20 26 .56 .08
Dixie 1 4 .23 1 2 31 .04

Duval 401 38 1,270 43 1,652 428 63 3,895 5.52
Escambia 93 8 307 5 252 32 1,407 2,104 2.98
Flagler 1 4 5 3 4 17 .02
Franklin 23 28 .9 2 62 .09
Gadsden 230 210 4 33 5 15 497 .71

Gilchrist 4 16 3 23 .03
Glades .2 4 .7 4 17 .02
Gulf 15 1 31 11 4 10 72 .10
Hamilton 18 1 12 .. 10 1 3 45 .06
Hardee 6 12 2 18 34 2 74 .10







TABLE 23 (continued)


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

Hendry 7 9 14 3 24 14 71 .10
Hernando 9 23 2 36 47 1 118 .17
Highlands 17 11 33 11 58 53 13 196 .28
Hillsborough 253 24 609 13 905 5,951 9 7,764 11.01
Holmes 7 1 19 12 2 32 73 .10

Indian River 16 26 53 10 77 36 6 224 .32
Jackson 60 2 126 46 5 53 292 .41
Jefferson 44 68 15 3 5 135 .19
Lafayette 12 .. 10 .. 1 23 .03.
Lake 61 6 150 90 152 44 6 509 .72

Lee 21 53 166 10 220 194 20 684 .97
Leon 1,105 10 2,965 3 112 38 9 4,242 6.02
3 Levy 5 21 59 7 2 94 .13
Liberty 5 22 8 2 1 38 .05
Madison 53 65 1 19 1 4 143 .20

Manatee 27 19 139 6 177 266 13 647 .92
Marion 60 14 110 21 346 32 26 609 .86
Martin 12 49 31 2 62 37 193 .27
Monroe 6 23 59 5 63 50 3 209 .30
Nassau 14 2 51 1 49 5 4 126 .18

Okaloosa 10 312 1 161 27 311 822 1.17
Okeechobee 2 20 14 1 22 2 61 .09
Orange 133 36 716 3,452 940 475 13 5,765 8.18
Osceola 2 1 18 87 35 21 164 .23
Palm Beach 137 1,311 562 20 962 255 4 3,251 4.61







TABLE 23 (continued)

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

Pasco 8 4 40 3 77 239 5 376 .53
Pinellas 112 42 969 32 1,099 3,376 60 5,690 8.07
Polk 151 31 410 69 556 812 14 2,043 2.90
Putnam 11 10 56 3 120 16 7 223 .32
Saint Johns 32 7 75 6 112 14 4 250 .36

Saint Lucie 66 75 53 3 151 37 7 392 .56
Santa Rosa 15 2 63 42 7 254 383 .54
Sarasota 24 18 254 11 303 417 10 1,037 1.47
Seminole 20 3 115 728 169 64 6 1,105 1.57
Sumter 19 1 15 9 35 26 1 106 .15

Suwannee 17 1 52 1 44 3 4 122 .17
Taylor 17 79 2 40 4 2 144 .20
SUnion 1 12 35 3 2 53 .08
Volusia 34 48 272 228 425 149 11 1,167 1.66
Wakulla 5 30 .. .. .. .. 35 .05

Walton 17 38 1 15 4 50 125 .18
Washington 13 21 19 1 19 73 .10

Unclassified .. .. 66 32 .. 98 .14

Total 4,071 5,048 15,121 5,917 21,718 15,868 2,777 70,520 100.00






TABLE 24

FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1957-1971


Fall FAMU 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

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

1970 4,006 89.9 4,674 89.0 14,311 84.5 4,689 99.0 20,162 90.6 15,103 90.7 2,999 93.5

1971 4,071 91.9 5,048 88.1 15,121 82.8 5,917 97.5 21,718 92.4 15,868 91.0 2,777 93.1






TABLE 25

NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1957-1971

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

1957 114 4.2 1,343 18.6 1,321 11.8 .

1958 142 5.2 1,407 18.7 1,508 12.3 . .

1959 186 6.6 .. 1,536 18.8 .. .. 1,703 13.4 .

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1970 450 10.1 575 11.0 2,630 15.5 49 1.0 2,093 9.4 1,540 9.3 207 6.5

1971 358 8.1 684 11.9 3,138 17.2 151 2.5 1,778 7.6 1,560 9.0 207 6.9






TABLE 26
ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
1962-1971

Institution 1962 1963 1964 1965 1.966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

FAMU 2,794 2,884 3,265 3,588 3,482 3,783 3,956 4,260 4,456 4,429
FAU .. 867 2,392 3,482 4,144 4,338 5,057 5,249 5,732
FSU 10,391 11,162 12,135 13,200 14,319 15,202 16,303 17,010 16,941 18,259
FTU .. .. .. .. .. .. 1,492 3,608 4,738 6,068
UF 13,826 14,810 15,701 16,874 18,039 19,004 19,848 20,769 22,255 23,496
USF 3,664 4,593 6,498 7,795 9,050 10,668 12,334 14,265 16,643 17,428
UWF .. .. 1,318 2,244 2,825 3,206 2,984

Total 30,675 33,449 38,466 43,849 48,372 54,119 60,515 67,794 73,488 78,396


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TABLE 27
PERCENTAGE OF ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
1962-1971

Institution 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

FAMU 9.10 8.62 8.84 8.18 7.19 6.99 6.54 6.28 6.06 5.65
FAU 2.25 5.45 7.19 7.66 7.17 7.46 7.14 7.31
FSU 33.87 33.37 31.54 30.10 29.60 28.09 26.94 25.09 23.05 23.29
FTU . . 2.47 5.32 6.45 7.74
UF 45.07 44.27 40.81 38.48 37.29 35.16 32.80 30.64 30.29 29.97
USF 11.94 13.73 16.89 17.77 18.70 19.71 20.38 21.04 22.65 22.23
UWF . 2.44 3.71 4.17 4.36 3.81






























CHAPTER IV


FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT













CHAPTER IV

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT


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

initially in any college or university in the fall, 1971. A student was counted

only once as a first-time-in-college enrollee. Subsequent enrollment by the

student in any institution of higher learning does not constitute a first-time-

in-college enrollment.

Table 28 shows a total of 57,303 first-time-in-college students of which

9,028 were in the State University System; 39,402 were in the public two-year

college system; 8,129 were in private baccalaureate degree-granting institutions;

and 744 were in private junior colleges. First-time-in-college students decreased

1.54 per cent from the fall of 1970 to the fall of 1971.

In the fall term, 1971, first-time-in-college Florida residents in the State

University System numbered 8,263 which was 91.53 per cent of the total (Table 29).

In the fall term, 1970, Florida residents in the State University System numbered

9,309 which was 91.14 per cent of the total.

The geographical origin of the 47,959 Florida students and type of institution

in which they enrolled is set forth in Table 30. Table 31 shows the county

origin of Florida resident students who enrolled in the various universities

that make up the State University System.

The trend in first-time-in-college enrollment, beginning in 1957, in the

public and private institutions expressed as a percentage of total first-time-

in-college enrollment is reflected by Table 32. Table 33 shows similar informa-

tion beginning in 1958 for Florida resident first-time-in-college students.

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Information relating to non-Florida first-time-in-college students is set

forth in Table 34.

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

for the years 1964 through 1971 is shown in Table 35. Similar totals for Florida

first-time-in-college enrollment are shown in Table 36, and Table 37 gives total

first-time-in-college enrollment for all Florida institutions of higher learning

for alternating years from 1961 through 1971.











































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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 1971

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

Alabama 32 85 77 17 211
Alaska 3 1 .. 4
Arizona 2 1 2 6 11
Arkansas 3 6 7 9 25
California 9 42 38 18 107

Colorado 2 16 12 30
Connecticut 16 75 233 14 338
Delaware 2 8 22 1 33
Dist of Columbia 6 11 28 6 51
Florida 8,263 36,163 3,275 256 47,957

Georgia 85 124 182 11 402
Hawaii 1 6 4 11
Idaho 8 .. .. 8
Illinois 38 114 199 31 382
Indiana 15 120 58 27 220

Iowa 5 17 15 1 38
Kansas 1 7 12 2 22
Kentucky 10 37 37 16 100
Louisiana 9 17 19 2 47
Maine 2 11 29 4 46

Maryland 26 62 192 9 289
Massachusetts 14 71 230 9 324
Michigan 23 87 87 8 205
Minnesota 7 21 26 1 55
Mississippi 5 18 20 2 45

Missouri 6 16 50 9 81
Montana 2 1 3
Nebraska 3 9 .12
Nevada 4 1 5
New Hampshire 6 19 25

New Jersey 75 310 770 49 1,204
New Mexico 1 5 3 9
New York 114 420 1,020 96 1,650
North Carolina 27 59 69 8 163
North Dakota .1 .. .. 1



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TABLE 28 (continued)

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

Ohio 44 138 216 33 431
Oklahoma 1 3 16 2 22
Oregon .. 3 6 2 11
Pennsylvania 46 135 472 16 669
Rhode Island 3 11 43 2 59

South Carolina 15 33 46 1 95
South Dakota .. 2 2
Tennessee 15 21 65 12 113
Texas 5 25 40 15 85
Utah 2 1 .. 3

Vermont 2 6 10 18
Virginia 36 84 211 9 340
Washington 3 6 5 4 ,18
West Virginia 4 15 18 1 38
Wisconsin 11 29 33 73
Wyoming .. 11 2 3

U. S. Total 8,984 38,468 7,933 709 56,094

Canal Zone 1 3 5 2 11
Guam .1 1
Puerto Rico 1 19 16 10 46
U. S. Virgin Islands 12 12

Other Countries 42 403 152 23 620
Unclassified 508 11 .. 519

Total 9,028. 39,402 8,129 744 57,303


















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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 1971

State or Other % of
Geographical Area -FAMU -... FSU FTU UF USF Total Total

Alabama 9 21 .2 .32 .35
Alaska. . .
Arizona .. 1 .. .. 1 2 .02
Arkansas 1 1 1 3 .03
California 1 3 .5 .9 .10

Colorado .1 .1 2 .02
Connecticut 4 5 .1 6 16 .18
Delaware .1 1 2 .02
Dist. of Columbia 3 3 .. .. 6 .07
Florida 741 2,035 867 2,658 1,962 8,263 91.53

Georgia 18 45 2 18 2 85 .94
Hawaii .. 1 .. .. 1 .01
Idaho. .
Illinois 4 13 1 8 12 38 .42
Indiana 1 5 4 5 15 .17

Iowa 4 .. .. 1 5 .06
Kansas 1 . 1 .01
Kentucky 6 2 1 1 10 .11
Louisiana 1 5 1 2 .9 .10
Maine .. .. .. .. 2 2 .02

Maryland 1 11 6 8 26 .29
Massachusetts .6 1 2 5 14 .16
Michigan 4 6 2 6 5 23 .26
Minnesota 3 4 7 .08
Mississippi 1 2 .2 .5 .05

Missouri 3 1 2 6 .07
Montana . .
Nebraska. . . .
Nevada. . .
New Hampshire. . . .

New Jersey 4 28 3 15 25 75 .83
New Mexico .. 1 . 1 .01
New York 13 26 7 16 52 114 1.26
North Carolina 2 22 .3 .27 .30
North Dakota . . .


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TABLE 29 (continued)

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

Ohio 2 14 2 10 16 44 .49
Oklahoma 1 .. .. .. 1 .01
Oregon . . .
Pennsylvania 15 14 1 3 13 46 .51
Rhode Island .. .. .. 1 2 3 .03

South Carolina 2 10 3 .15 .17
South Dakota . . .
Tennessee .. 11 4 .15 .17
Texas 3 2 5 .05
Utah .

Vermont 1 .. 1 .. 2 .02
Virginia 2 14 1 14 5 36 .40
Washington . .. 1 2 3 .03
West Virginia .2 1 1 .4 .04
Wisconsin 4 2 1 4 11 .12
Wyoming. .. .

U. S. Total 833 2,329 894 2,792 2,136 8,984 99.51

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

Other Countries 7 10 6 2 17 42 .47
Unclassified. .

Total 840 2,339 900 2,796 2,153 9,028 100.00


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 1971

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

Alachua 204 682 20 2 908 1.89
Baker 2 28 5 .35 .07
Bay 41 567 3 .611 1.27
Bradford 10 64 3 .77 .16
Brevard 420 2,873 98 6 3,397 7.08

Broward 631 2,511 219 21 3,382 7.05
Calhoun 3 46 1 50 .11
Charlotte 27 51 10 88 .18
Citrus 10 59 5 74 .15
Clay 27 179 50 .256 .53

Collier 42 74 14 2 132 .28
Columbia 23 172 9 204 .43
Dade 1,222 7,502 685 14 9,423 19.65
DeSoto 7 60 5 1 73 .15
Dixie 1 19 20 .04

Duval 532 2,720 920 6 4,178 8.71
Escambia 114 669 18 2 803 1.67
Flagler 4 21 1 26 .05
Franklin 8 24 32 .07
Gadsden 78 85 9 .172 .36

Gilchrist 2 15 .1 18 .04
Glades 1 1 2 .01
Gulf 9 43 2 .54 .11
Hamilton 1 34 1 36 .08
Hardee 6 44 1 51 .11








TABLE 30 (continued)

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

Hendry 12 16 4 .32 .07
Hernando 12 39 20 2 73 .15
Highlands 17 133 .5 .155 .32
Hillsborough 1,073 2,152 149 42 3,416 7.12
Holmes .61 1 62 .13

Indian River 27 178 11 1 217 .45
Jackson 8 208 2 218 .46
Jefferson 14 46 .. 60 .13
Lafayette .21 21 .04
Lake 53 325 25 1 404 .84

SLee 101 372 23 .496 1.03
Leon 398 499 10 1 908 1.89
Levy 6 41 1 1 49 .10
Liberty 7 10 17 .04
Madison 12 90 2 .104 .22

Manatee 51 563 21 4 639 1.33
Marion 61 413 21 1 496 1.03
Martin 24 106 16 13 159 .33
Monroe 31 384 12 2 429 .90
Nassau 14 80 13 .107 .22

Okaloosa 89 743 4 .836 1.74
Okeechobee 7 29 .. .. 36 .08
Orange 952 1,551 202 77 2,782 5.80
Osceola 21 23 3 2 49 .10
Palm Beach 340 1,631 131 23 2,125 4.43







TABLE 30 (continued)

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

Pasco 54 127 32 6 219 .46
Pinellas 580 2,518 123 4 3,225 6.72
Polk 255 1,219 93 6 1,573 3.28
Putnam 19 215 14 248 .52
Saint Johns 43 109 24 176 .37

Saint Lucie 29 270 11 2 312 .65
Santa Rosa 19 425 4 448 .93
Sarasota 138 816 61 4 1,019 2.13
Seminole 158 435 25 8 626 1.31
Sumter 7 101 1 109 .23

Suwannee 9 119 1 .129 .27
Taylor 19 75 2 96 .20
Union 1 41 .. .. 42 .09
Volusia 134 1,227 126 1 1,488 3.10
Wakulla 1 31 .. .. 32 .07.

Walton 11 81 1 93 .19
Washington 4 70 1 75 .16

Unclassified 27 29 1 .57 .12

Total 8,263 36,165 3,275 256 47,959 100.00







TABLE 31

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS
ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY
FALL 1971


County FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total % of Total

Alachua 2 26 2 169 5 204 2.47
Baker 1 1 .. .. .. 2 .02
Bay 5 18 .17 1 41 .50
Bradford 2 4 3 1 10 .12
Brevard 16 83 73 157 91 420 5.08

Broward 35 176 8 286 126 631 7.64
Calhoun 1 . 2 3 .04
Charlotte 1 9 .. 10 7 27 .33
Citrus .2 5 3 10 .12
Clay .. 11 3 13 .27 .33

Collier 1 16 1 5 19 42 .51
Columbia 6 6 .. 11 23 .28
Dade 61 354 4 587 216 1,222 14.79
DeSoto .. 1 2 4 7 .09
Dixie .. 1 ... .. .. 1 .01

Duval 46 195 6 193 92 532 6.44
Escambia 27 44 2 34 7 114 1.38
Flagler .. 1 1 1 1 4 .05
Franklin 5 2 .. 1 8 .10
Gadsden 56 12 3 2 5 78 .94

Gilchrist .. .. .. 2 .2 .02
Glades .. .. .. 1 1 .01
Gulf 3 6 .. .. .. 9 .11
Hamilton 1 .. .. .. 1 .01.
Hardee 2 1 1 2 6 .07







TABLE 31 (continued)

County FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total % of Total

Hendry 4 1 1 4 2 12 .14
Hernando 4 1 5 2 12 .14
Highlands 3 4 .9 1 17 .21
Hillsborough 58 110 4 187 714 1,073 12.99
Holmes . .

Indian River 1 11 1 7 7 27 .33
Jackson 6 2 8 .10
Jefferson 7 7 .. .. 14 .17
Lafayette . ..
Lake 12 17 8 12 4 53 .64

Lee 5 22 2 43 29 101 1.22
Leon 180 200 1 17 .398 4.82
SLevy 1 1 4 6 .07
00 Liberty 2 4 1 7 .08
Madison 10 1 1 12 .14

Manatee 8 20 1 12 10 51 .62
Marion 9 15 .34 3 61 .74
Martin 2 9 .7 6 24 .29
Monroe .13 1 14 3 31 .38
Nassau 1 3 .7 3 14 .17

Okaloosa 4 61 .22. 2 89 1.08
Okeechobee .3 .3 1 7 .08
Orange 33 126 563 156 74 952 11.52
Osceola .3 10 6 2 21 .25
Palm Beach 24 69 3 178 66 340 4.11







TABLE 31 (continued)


County FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total % of Total

Pasco .9 .. 11 34 54 .65
Pinellas 23 153 13 140 251 580 7.02
Polk 30 68 9 82 66 255 3.09
Putnam 3 6 .8 2 19 .23
Saint Johns 5 13 1 23 1 43 .52

Saint Lucie 7 6 .16 29 .35
Santa Rosa 4 7 .7 1 19 .23
Sarasota 1 34 3 40 60 138 1.67
Seminole 3 20 99 32 4 158 1.91
Sumter 2 1 3 1 7 .09

Suwannee 2 5 1 1 .9 .11
Taylor 7 5 .7 .19 .23
Union .. .. .. .. 1 1 .01
SVolusia 10 26 14 56 28 134 1.62
Wakulla .. 1 .... 1 .01

Walton 2 7 .1 1 11 .13
Washington 2 1 1 4 .05

Unclassified 27 27 .33

Total 741 2,035 867 2,658 1,962 8,263 100.00


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
1957-1971

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

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

1958 31.9 28.6 60.5 34.4 5.1 39.5

1959 31.3 28.5 59.8 35.0 5.2 40.2

1960 31.7 35.6 67.3 29.3 3.4 32.7

1961 28.6 41.6 70.2 25.9 3.9 29.8

S1962 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

1970 17.6 64.0 81.6 15.3 3.1 18.4

1971 15.7 68.8 84.5 14.2 1.3 15.5







TABLE 33

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS
ENROLLMENT IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1958-1971


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

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

1959 34.2 33.5 67.7 27.0 5.3 32.3

1960 35.2 42.9 78.1 18.6 3.3 21.9

1961 31.2 48.5 79.7 16.6 3.7 20.3

S1962 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

1970 19.5 70.8 90.3 7.3 2.4 9.7

1971 17.2 75.4 92.6 6.8 .6 7.4







TABLE 34

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1958-1971


State Public Public Private Baccalaureate Private Private
Fall University Comm. & Jr. 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

o 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

1970 8.6 33.6 42.2 51.7 6.1 57.8

1971 8.2 34.6 42.8 52.0 5.2 57.2









TABLE 35

ORIGIN OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA
1964-1971

State or Other
Geographical Area 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

Alabama 214 248 214 179 150 189 200 211
Alaska 2 6 3 4 4 4 8 4
Arizona 9 7 11 16 8 12 18 11
Arkansas 18 19 18 17 19 23 16 25
California 39 50 62 73 75 85 119 107

Colorado 7 16 24 23 23 23 28 30
Connecticut 186 256 299 319 362 358 390 338
Delaware 18 38 43 64 47 56 59 33
Dist. of Columbia 33 68 57 65 64 57 46 51
Florida 29,203 34,609 37,518 39,081 41,746 44,403 47,729 47,957

Georgia 381 442 413 433 433 456 389 402
Hawaii 3 4 7 8 7 12 15 11
Idaho 2 3 11 7 6 3 8
Illinois 240 292 295 349 392 389 381 382
Indiana 109 130 181 167 194 206 219 220

Iowa 18 15 22 35 25 41 34 38
Kansas 10 14 15 9 15 26 18 22
Kentucky 86 72 90 86 100 119 111 100
Louisiana 26 36 36 37 48 61 50 47
Maine 45 35 42 67 63 62 48 46

Maryland 112 159 169 200 240 350 313 289
Massachusetts 194 254 278 348 335 417 347 324
Michigan 72 113 123 126 155 181 161 205
Minnesota 24 24 27 40 32 41 40 55
Mississippi 22 37 45 45 27 40 31 45

Missouri 39 38 44 74 69 69 76 81
Montana 2 2 4 6 5 4 3
Nebraska 5 5 10 11 16 12 11 12
Nevada 7 4 1 3 4 8 2 5
New Hampshire 12 24 25 35 42 48 38 25

New Jersey 574 928 1,076 1,288 1,294 1,328 1,346 1,204
New Mexico 6 10 9 10 7 11 6 9
New York 920 1,081 1,451 1,542 1,760 2,013 1,730 1,650
North Carolina 97 155 141 143 153 151 168 163
North Dakota 2 3 3 3 1 9 6 1


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TABLE 35 (continued)

State or Other
Geographical Area 1964 1965 1966. 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

Ohio 208 271 310 371 406 484 455 431
Oklahoma 14 14 12 7 13 26 21 22
Oregon 5 5 4 10 5 8 13 11
Pennsylvania 380 465 498 562 640 715 673 669
Rhode Island 39 42 41 31 51 53 59 59

South Carolina 71 106 117 118 127 126 126 95
South Dakota 1 4 2 8 4 5 7 2
Tennessee 87 104 127 120 108 129 128 113
Texas 36 57 61 63 68 71 96 85
Utah 4 1 2 4 4 1 1 3

Vermont 15 13 14 18 27 17 30 18
Virginia 117 319 261 318 320 280 353 340
Washington 10 8 12 17 28 18 19 18
West Virginia 24 43 39 42 34 45 37 38
Wisconsin 32 49 71 59 76 74 71 73
Wyoming 5 1 1 3 3 2 2 3

U. S. Total 33,785 40,696 44,331. 46,662. 49,837 53,325 56,251 56,094

Canal Zone 11 8 10 6 8 9 16 11
Guam .. .. .. 1 3 .. 9 1
Puerto Rico 17 25 45 25 22 33 65 46
U.S. Virgin Islands .2 2 1 4 15 16 12

Other Countries 218 511 337 366 428 541 646 620
Unclassified 52 123 501 7 195 51 1,194 519

Total 34,083 41,365 45,226 47,068 50,497 53,974* 58,197 57,303


*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
1964-1971

County 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

Alachua 375 424 763 840 619 703 869 908
Baker 24 38 36 42 34 56 39 35
Bay 397 634 584 511 605 667 607 611
Bradford 55 58 58 26 68 92 106 77
Brevard 1,187 1,503 1,943 3,399 3,231 3,223 4,113 3,397

Broward 1,631 2,713 2,824 2,553 2,777 3,126 3,225 3,382
Calhoun 32 42 58 43 56 43 36 50
Charlotte 48 82 89 91 93 71 76 88
Citrus 50 58 65 56 56 75 62 74
Clay 123 173 158 144 156 231 220 256

Collier 80 115 123 147 204 123 144 132
Columbia 182 184 165 168 179 229 189 204
Dade 5,643 6,388 6,967 7,612 8,023 8,691 9,187 9,423
DeSoto 36 61 44 38 57 18 44 73
Dixie 27 42 40 16 31 28 26 20

Duval 2,000 2,357 3,481 3,295 3,398 3,709 3,837 4,178
Escambia 1,348 1,280 1,276 1,379 1,298 1,308 1,189 803
Flagler 25 30 27 29 14 20 22 26
Franklin 19 20 29 40 36 26 15 32
Gadsden 103 131 151 141 161 166 149 172

Gilchrist 17 20 24 15 20 17 23 18
Glades 12 11 9 14 13 5 8 2
Gulf 37 72 96 60 61 126 54 54
Hamilton 38 52 25 31 28 32 50 36
Hardee 53 76 60 90 68 63 72 51

Hendry 27 33 58 27 46 48 41 32
Hernando 54 39 56 60 48 81 64 73
Highlands 102 102 57 153 128 144 155 155
Hillsborough 1,961 2,351 2,370 2,276 3,151 3,580 3,261 3,416
Holmes 41 76 66 52 59 56 47 62

Indian River 145 176 163 219 170 179 185 217
Jackson 226 210 235 230 220 255 242 218
Jefferson 73 59 27 36 38 51 55 60
Lafayette 9 15 18 21 23 21 18 21
Lake 398 361 371 413 371 367 485 404




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TABLE 36 (continued)

County 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

Lee 389 506 471 444 673 399 439 496
Leon 452 521 725 623 686 813 847 908
Levy 50 60 77 39 45 58 86 49
Liberty 15 13 13 8 11 10 17 17
Madison 104 93 91 82 95 90 99 104

Manatee 429 454 508 535 583 483 603 639
Marion 369 442 484 426 389 438 533 496
Martin 95 92 82 99 136 111 96 159
Monroe 110 441 253 216 340 393 243 429
Nassau 63 82 125 91 87 100 95 107

Okaloosa 477 581 569 592 667 691 762 836
Okeechobee 34 42 145 55 41 41 26 36
Orange 1,584 1,837 1,954 2,265 2,785 2,648 3,378 2,782
Osceola. 70 80 90 90 93 140 110 49
Palm Beach 1,560 1,842 1,852 1,769 1,862 1,903 1,992 2,125

Pasco 111 122 133 156 163 175 219 219
Pinellas 2,337 2,783 2,595 2,682 2,686 2,921 3,198 3,225
Polk 1,323 1,300 1,277 1,261 1,361 1,470 1,756 1,573
Putnam 239 209 257 192 200 299 233 248
Saint Johns 196 233 172 196 169 218 190 176

Saint Lucie 253 313 277 266 308 270 261 312
Santa Rosa 182 261 266 240 195 226 168 448
Sarasota 483 549 578 644 595 598 772 1,019
Seminole 239 245 416 434 500 536 810 626
Sumter 71 80 76 57 79 129 112 109

Suwannee 88 97 88 67 99 100 86 129
Taylor 67 83 69 102 75 111 101 96
Union 3 27 81 44 57 27 84 42
Volusia 920 981 1,034 925 957 1,099 1,074 1,488
Wakulla 17 19 26 18 32 19 7 32

Walton 87 135 132 87 110 93 97 93
Washington 61 56 51 59 59 51 69 75

Unclassified 147 44 35 50 24 64 251 57

Total 29,203 34,609 37,518 39,081 41,702 44,354 47,729 47,959






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TABLE 37

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION
ALTERNATE YEARS 1961-1971

Institution 1961 1963 -1965 1967 1969 1971

State University System
FAMU 519 511 750 794 1,058 840
FAU .
FSU 1,964 1,922 2,020 1,889 2,272 2,339
FTU .. .. .. 721 900
UF 3,243 2,809 2,850 2,561 2,902 2,796

USF 1,160 953 2,136 1,887 1,827 2,153
UWF

Public Community and Junior Colleges
Brevard CC 490 744 1,196 2,823 2,766 2,959
Broward CC 640 1,114 1,990 1,626 2,105 2,225
Central Florida CC 312 371 588 488 542 543
Chipola JC 341 325 556 498 504 463
Daytona Beach CC 306 485 895 778 828 1,365

Edison JC 310 573 534 464 485
Fla. JC at Jacksonville .. .. .. 1,737 2,173 2,664
Florida Keys CC 379 178 351 369
Gulf Coast CC 297 363 598 610 822 678
Hillsborough CC .. . 1,880 2,343

Indian River CC 108 133 113 524 503 637
Lake City CC- .. 234 404 385 518 490
Lake-Sumter CO 154 347 371 363 439
Manatee JC 468 477 819 1,108 998 1,485
Miami-Dade JC 1,956 2,849 5,385 7,435 8,212 8,674

North Florida JC 203 242 395 450 530 455
Okaloosa-Walton JC .. 562 509 614 700
Palm Beach JC 829 1,140 1,845 1,713 1,705 1,758
Pensacola JC 1,101 1,156 1,573 1,683 1,544 1,412
Polk CC .. 946 938 1,172 1,222

St. Johns River JC 274 434 1,036 508 669 456
St. Petersburg JC 1,556 2,002 3,252 3,317 3,015 2,973
Santa Fe JC .. .. 750 697 1,696
Seminole JC .. .. .. 689 729 811
South Florida JC .. .. .. 165 148 206

Tallahassee CC .. .. 405 543 709
Valencia CC .. .. 446 1,017 1,185






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TABLE 37 (continued)

Institution 1961 1963 1965 1967 1969 1971

Private Baccalaureate Degree-Granting Institutions
Barry C 229 204 215 170 177 165
Bethune-Cookman C 182 232 312 309 487 373
Biscayne C 27 154 134 161 119
Edward Waters C 234 199 301 250 256 108
Embry-Riddle Aero. Inst. .. 40 82 311 369 304

Florida Inst. of Technology .. 101 180 595 514 460
Florida Memorial C 76 59 159 197 221 152
Florida Presbyterian C 150 197 278 337 270 296
Florida Southern C 733 622 561 484 437 384
Jacksonville U 486 737 644 445 540 524

Jones C (Jacksonville)* .. 638
New C 95 112 179 204
Nova U . .
Ringling School of Art 154 179 155 162 190
Rollins C '301 348 452 484 427 466

Saint Leo C 135 228 443 361 398 410
Seminary of St. Vincent
de Paul .
South-Eastern Bible C 120 138 248 224 221
Stetson U 502 434 494 422 478 422
U of Miami 2,813 1,652 2,086 1,863 2,326 2,163

U of Tampa 525 497 387 537 623 530

Private Junior Colleges
Florida C 144 145 213 205 213 241
Jones C (Orlando) 301 154 179 137 84
Marymount C 83 221 216 257 187
St. Joseph C . 152 163 160
Webber C 58 45 57 42 37 72


*Prior to 1971, Jones College, Jacksonville, was a two-year institution.












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CHAPTER V


GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT













CHAPTER V

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT


A graduate student is a student who has enrolled on-campus in a college

credit course after he has earned a baccalaureate or higher degree. On-campus

graduate enrollment in the fall, 1971, was 19,775. The State University System

accounted for 13,630 (68.9 percent) of these graduate students and private

institutions accounted for 6,145 (31.1 per cent) of the state total (Table 38).

States with 150 or more graduate students enrolled in Florida institutions

in the fall, 1971, were: New York, 322 students; Georgia, 190 students; and

Pennsylvania, 163 students (Table 38). Graduate students from Florida totaled

15,462 or 78.2 per cent of total graduate enrollment (Table 39). Orgin of

graduate on-campus enrollment by state and other geographical area for the

years 1964 through 1971 is shown in Table 40.

Graduate growth between 1969 and 1970 and between 1970 and 1971 dropped

sharply as contrasted to graduate growth in previous years. In.1969, there

was an increase of 3,422 over 1968. From 1969 to 1970, however, there was

an increase of only 458 students, and from 1970 to 1971, there was an increase

of only 380 students. The decreased growth was principally brought about by

the curtailment of graduate enrollment in the state universities.

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

residents for the eight years 1964 through 1971. Graduate growth caused by

Florida residents was 4.3 per cent in 1970-71 and 3.3 per cent in 1969-70.

This was a large drop from the average annual increase of 41.3 per cent from

1963 through 1969.


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Table 42 shows graduate on-campus enrollment by institutions. Included in

the table is the percentage of graduate enrollment in the State University

System. This percentage has grown from 63.1 per cent in 1964 to 68.9 per cent

in 1971.
















































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TABLE 38

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR OTHER
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA
FALL 1971

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

Alabama 98 21 4 6 129 12 141
Alaska 3 4 .7 7
Arizona .. 5 2 2 .9 3 12
Arkansas .. 13 4 17 17
California .. 42 25 6 3 76 38 114

Colorado .. .. 10 3 .. 13 2 .15
Connecticut 15 10 2 27 23 50
Delaware .. 4 2 .. 6 2 8
Dist. of Columbia .. 1 6 3 2 2 14 5 19
Florida 246 667 2,939 561 4,660 1,454 327 10,854 4,608 15,462

Georgia 4 128 2 34 8 2 178 12 190
Hawaii 1 .. .. 2 1 3
Idaho 1 3 .. .. .. 4 4
Illinois 2 69 23 6 .. 100 38 138
Indiana .1 32 13 2 48 19 67

Iowa .. 22 5 2 29 8 37
Kansas .. 8 1 .. .. 9 3 12
Kentucky 1 32 5 2 40 5 45
Louisiana .. 34 13 2 49 5 54
Maine .. .. 3 .. 1 4 4 8

Maryland 6 32 15 2 3 58 18 76
Massachusetts 1 30 18 7 1 57 53 110
Michigan 3 37 13 1 1 55 15 70
Minnesota .. 18 3 2 23 12 35
Mississippi .. 30 11 3 1 45 6 51







TABLE 38 (continued)


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

Missouri 21 6 5 32 5 37
Montana .. .. .. .. 1. 1 1 2
Nebraska 7 2 .. 9 1 10
Nevada .. .. .. .. .. 1 1 1 2
New Hampshire .. .9 .1 .. .. 10 2 12

New Jersey 2 45 32 6 .85 32 117
New Mexico .. 7 .. 2 9 9
New York 6 110 58 20 1 195 127 322
North Carolina .. 64 31 4 1 100 14 114
North Dakota .. 4 1. .. .. 5 1 6

Ohio 1 6 52 22 5 2 88 38 126
Oklahoma 8 .2 .. 10 5 15
Oregon .. 9 .2 .. 11 4 15
Pennsylvania 7 58 34 5 4 108 55 163
Rhode Island 6 .. 1 7 5 12

South Carolina .. 37 1 15 53 3 56
South Dakota .. 4 .1 .. 5 .. 5
Tennessee .. 36 22 1 1 60 12 72
Texas .. 1 47 15 4 1 68 14 82
Utah .. 10 1 .. .. 11 1 12

Vermont .. 4 2 1 7 1 8
Virginia 2 56 26 9 93 18 111
Washington .. 1 8 .. 1 .. 10 2 12
West Virginia .. 13 5 2 20 1 21
Wisconsin .. 1 29 9 2 41 6 47
Wyoming .. 1 .. 1 1 3 .. 3

U. S. Total 251 709 4,259 564 5,178 1,572 362 12,895 5,241 18,136







TABLE 38 (continued)


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

Canal Zone .. 2 1 3 .. 3
Guam *
Puerto Rico 1 7 .4 .. 12 8 20
U.S. Virgin Islands .. .. .. 1 .. .. 1 1

Other Countries 4 30 262 5 395 21 717 124 841
Unclassified .. .. 2 2 772 774

Total 256 739 4,530 569 5,579 1,593 364 13,630 6,145 19,775





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TABLE 39

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY
FALL 1971


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

Alachua 6 3 31 1 2,332 9 2,382 5 2,387 15.44
Baker .. 1 .. .. 1 1 .01
Bay 7 39 19 3 68 68 .44
Bradford 2 .15 2 .19 19 .12
Brevard 2 10 69 87 105 15 1 289 552 841 5.44

Broward 3 247 115 167 16 1 549 205 754 4.88
Calhoun 4 .1 .. .. 5 5 .03
Charlotte .. .. 4 1 3 8 8 .05
Citrus .. 1 .. 11 4 1 17 .17 .11
Clay 1 4 .. 29 .. .. 34 6 40 .26

Collier 1 5 5 12 2 25 3 28 .18
Columbia 7 28 .. 35 35 .23
Dade 4 157 247 407 45 3 863 2,741 3,604 23.31
DeSoto .. .. .. .. 3 1 4 4 .03
Dixie .. .. 1 .. 1 2 2 .01

Duval 41 3 147 296 20 6 513 132 645 4.17
Escambia 5 78 46 4 229 362 1 363 2.35
Flagler .. .. .. 1 .. 2 3 3 .02
Franklin 2 7 3 .. .. 12 12 .08
Gadsden 25 53 3 81 1 82 .53

Gilchrist .. .. .. .. 5 5 .5 .03
Glades. .. .. .. ....
Gulf .. .. 6 2 .. .. 8 8 .05
Hamilton 1 2 4 .. .. 7 .. 7 .04
Hardee 1 .2 .3 3 .9 .9 .06







TABLE 39 (continued)


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

Hendry 3 .. 1 1 .. 5 3 8 .05
Hernando .. 3 1 9 13 13 .08
Highlands .. 5 .7 7 2 21 2 23 .15
Hillsborough 8 2 118 124 674 2 928 8 936 6.05
Holmes 1 7 2 .. .. 10 .. 10 .06

Indian River 1 4 9 13 2 29 9 38 .25
Jackson 9 26 .. 10 .. 1 46 46 .30
Jefferson 3 18 5 1 27 .27 .18
Lafayette ... 1 .3 .. .. 4 .. 4 .03
Lake 4 19 11 28 4 66 29 95 .61

Lee 5 22 1 25 15 1 69 3 72 .47
Leon 74 1 1,245 30 4 1,354 6 1,360 8.80
Levy .. .. .. .. 16 .. .. 16 16 .10
Liberty 1 .6 .1 8 .8 .05
Madison 2 .. 10 3 .. .. 15 15 .10

Manatee 1 22 30 34 87 1 88 .57
Marion 1 17 1 69 2 90 3 93 .60
Martin .3 2 .. 11 1 17 .17 .11
Monroe 2 10 8 1 21 2 23 .15
Nassau 4 9 9 .. 22 3 25 .16

Okaloosa 35 28 1 22 86 1 87 .56
Okeechobee 7 4 1 .. .. .. 12 12 .08
Orange 3 6 97 326 146 34 612 516 1,128 7.29
Osceola .. .. .. 7 5 1 13 10 23 .15
Palm Beach 5 184 80 2 111 10 392 27 419 2.71







TABLE 39 (continued)


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

Pasco .. .. 2 8 25 35 1 36 .23
Pinellas 16 2 123 154 365 2 662 13 675 4.37
Polk 2 3 46 4 74 86 1 216 94 310 2.01
Putnam 1 14 30 .1 46 1 47 .30
Saint Johns 2 2 10 18 1 33 5 38 .25

Saint Lucie 2 10 6 1 19 38 7 45 .29
Santa Rosa 9 6 43 58 1 59 .38
Sarasota 1 37 47 27 1 113 3 116 .75
Seminole 1 .. 13 95 24 8 1 142 106 248 1.60
Sumter 1 .. .. .. 6 4 1 12 .12 .08

Suwannee 4 5 .. 11 .. 20 20 .13
Taylor .. .. 19 1 5 .. .. 25 25 .16
Union 1 .6 1 .8 8 .05
Volusia 3 49 14 64 9 139 108 247 1.60
Wakulla 1 .. 10 .. .. .. 11 11 .07

Walton 2 4 3 4 13 13 .08
Washington 2 2 5 1 1 11 .. 11 .07

Unclassified .. .. 8 .. .. .. 8 8 .05

Total 246 667 2,939 561 4,660 1,454 327 10,854 4,608 15,462 100.00









TABLE 40

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR
OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA
1964-1971

State or Other
Geographical Area 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

Alabama 90 91 96 124 136 156 147 141
Alaska 1 1 2 1 2 1 7
Arizona 4 10 8 13 8 15 15 12
Arkansas 25 22 20 23 19 15 26 17
California 61 53 56 81 111 134 118 114

Colorado 12 10 15 12 8 20 19 15
Connecticut 30 35 29 43 53 64 50 50
Delaware 5 10 6 9 14 18 20 8
Dist. of Columbia 10 10 16 6 8 23 21 19
Florida 4,888 6,400 7,864 10,595 12,291 14,342 14,818 15,462

Georgia 178 168 157 195 176 228 183 190
Hawaii .. 1 2 6 2 5 4 3
Idaho 3 3 22 1 7 5 4
Illinois 86 103 85 118 200 167 150 138
Indiana 44 39 42 47 65 72 62 67

Iowa 17 17 24 26 26 24 26 37
Kansas 14 21 22 20 20 18 14 12
Kentucky 37 45 56 60 65 60 43 45
Louisiana 51 46 60 69 68 66 72 54
Maine 12 12 5 17 10 12 10 8

Maryland 30 37 48 50 56 77 66 76
Massachusetts 52 62 65 87 88 115 102 110
Michigan 38 50 44 70 67 62 70 70
Minnesota 20 24 27 38 33 39 38 35
Mississippi 38 45 55 60 54 50 57 51

Missouri 23 35 34 38 35 45 43 37
Montana 1 2 4 3 1 3 5 2
Nebraska 7 12 8 11 16 6 5 10
Nevada 1 4 2 2 1 2 2
New Hampshire 1 10 10 14 11 12 10 12

New Jersey 71 88 82 125 120 178 132 117
New Mexico 18 14 9 7 6 11 11 9
New York 184 213 233 318 330 421 349 322
North Carolina 60 90 84 98 99 103 115 114
North Dakota 3 3 6 6 4 6 13 6



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TABLE 40 (continued)

State or Other
Geographical Area 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

Ohio 77 96 87 120 121 114 138 126
Oklahoma 21 14 14 15 12 16 14 15
Oregon 7 8 7 6 9 18 17 15
Pennsylvania 91 116 105 144 130 163 156 163
Rhode Island 3 4 9 14 14 11 11 12

South Carolina 68 67 53 69 95 96 57 56
South Dakota 1 5 10 9 6 3 7 5
Tennessee 47 86 80 94 96 123 85 72
Texas 61 66 68 84 82 106 84 82
Utah 9 4 7 11 10 9 6 12

Vermont 1 5 5 6 7 10 15 8
Virginia 52 66 69 94 95 117 119 111
Washington 12 16 16 11 16 19 18 12
West Virginia 23 25 17 26 15 14 17 21
Wisconsin 29 34 39 48 57 48 50 47
Wyoming 5 4 3 4 4 1 1 3

U. S. Total 6,619 8,402 9,868 13,169 14,971 17,444 17,617 18,136

Canal Zone 1 4 5 2 2 1 2 3
Guam .. . .
Puerto Rico 3 21 23 42 17 20 18 20
U.S. Virgin Islands .. .. .. .. .. .. 1

Other Countries 355 350 395 438 505 635 635 841
Unclassified 3 .1 837 1,123 774

Total 6,978 8,780 10,291 13,652 15,495 18,937 19,395 19,775

















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TABLE 41

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY
1964-1971


County 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

Alachua 207 245 976 1,529 1,560 2,188 2,034 2,387
Baker 3 3 3 4 4 4 3 1
Bay 31 45 38 59 61 45 73 68
Bradford 16 12 18 24 14 11 20 19
Brevard 312 393 532 809 1,047 988 836 841

Broward 125 424 569 731 694 854 842 754
Calhoun 12 7 11 13 7 14 10 5
Charlotte 1 4 7 12 15 13 8 8
Citrus 3 5 7 13 11 11 22 17
Clay 14 13 18 24 24 23 23 40
00
o Collier 5 6 6 22 20 32 41 28
Columbia 13 19 198 29 31 29 30 35
Dade 1,441 1,631 1,331 1,870 1,872 2,039 2,918 3,604
DeSoto 3 8 7 7 3 5 3 4
Dixie 4 2 2 4 7 6 5 2

Duval 250 373 439 641 588 565 622 645
Escambia 52 62 52 84 83 261 381 363
Flagler 5 7 5 1 1 .. 3 3
Franklin 10 6 3 7 4 7 7 12
Gadsden 55 64 67 66 59 59 54 82

Gilchrist 5 4 1 3 3 5 3 5
Glades .. .. .. 2 3 3 3
Gulf 4 6 10 4 8 12 12 8
Hamilton 7 6 5 13 5 5 8 7
Hardee 3 3 5 2 2 9 15 9






TABLE 41 (continued)

County 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

Hendry 4 5 10 11 9 6 7 8
Hernando 5 8 9 11 9 19 17 13
Highlands 13 19 6 21 25 22 20 23
Hillsborough 199 341 535 742 1,059 1,148 1,371 936
Holmes 4 2 3 2 4 5 5 10

Indian River 13 18 8 13 18 26 29 38
Jackson 20 17 28 31 40 30 30 46
Jefferson 14 8 6 19 20 25 22 27
Lafayette 1 1 2 2 .. .. .. 4
Lake 36 33 38 52 53 69 99 95

Lee 20 20 23 46 38 44 73 72
Leon 487 561 578 685 998 1,000 997 1,360
Levy 5 7 6 10 13 10 14 16
SLiberty 5 3 1 1 2 5 8
Madison 11 12 10 15 23 21 21 15

Manatee 24 38 44 48 75 74 87 88
Marion 35 37 36 68 71 76 70 93
Martin 4 9 8 8 13 13 12 17
Monroe 6 5 6 16 20 25 23 23
Nassau 4 3 5 7 9 9 13 25

Okaloosa 12 23 23 44 41 57 77 87
Okeechobee 3 4 10 5 4 7 5 12
Orange 730 591 637 734 806 1,001 1,025 1,128
Osceola 1 9 16 18 18 19 17 23
Palm Beach 74 514 606 564 521 753 584 419






TABLE 41 (continued)


County 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

Pasco 19 19 30 25 44 49 62 36
Pinellas 162 242 322 473 902 975 1,021 675
Polk 70 109 125 177 283 283 327 310
Putnam 21 28 21 36 39 42 47 47
Saint Johns 15 12 14 35 28 27 31 38

Saint Lucie 17 27 33 21 22 44 54 45
Santa Rosa 6 9 7 11 11 37 56 59
Sarasota 44 40 53 74 85 124 90 116
Seminole 22 65 69 102 102 119 187 248
Sumter 5 6 6 14 9 15 17 12

Suwannee 15 16 12 22 29 16 13 20
Taylor 10 18 14 17 22 19 18 25
Union 3 4 4 6 6 4 7 8
Volusia 143 152 171 216 224 231 242 247
Wakulla 7 4 6 3 1 9 7 11

Walton 15 9 7 14 11 6 11 13
Washington 3 4 5 9 11 7 14 11

Unclassified .. 1 194 447 688 15 8

Total 4,888 6,400 7,864 10,595 12,291 14,342 14,818 15,462










TABLE 42

GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTION
1964-1971

Institution 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

State University System
FAMU 298 376 422 427 387 452 295 256
FAU 2 783 1,165 1,131 1,062 1,382 1,313 739
FSU 2,008 2,177 2,458 2,957 3,285 3,340 3,308 4,530
FTU .. .. L21 345 569
UF 1,988 2,182 2,478 4,218 4,254 4,877 5,265 5,579
USF 127 377 763 1,017 2,021 2,469 2,643 1,593
UWF .. .. .. 257 394 364

SUS Total 4,423 5,895 7,286. 9,750 11,009 12,898 13,563 13,630

Private Baccalaureate Degree-Granting Institutions
Barry C 155 172 267 276 231 335 313 391
Edward Waters C .* .* .* 156 .* .*
Florida Beacon . .4 .
Fla. Inst. of Tech. 275 307 409 542 631 611 426 396
Jacksonville U 63 110 160 239 264 246 169 137
Nova U .. .. .. 21 19 25 62 126
Rollins C 640 600 705 739 802 838 847 858
Seminary of St.
Vincent de Paul 11 36 36 41 48 54 47 39
Stetson U 157 151 161 163 314 244 251 260
U of Miami 1,284 1,509 1,267 1,721 2,177 3,686 3,717 3,938

PBDGI Total 2,585 2,885 3,005 3,902 4,486 6,039 5,832 6,145


Total 7,008 8,780 10,291 13,652 15,495 18,937 19,395 19,775


% of total in SUS 63.1 67.1 70.8 69.2 72.2 68.1 69.9 68.9
% of total in Florida
Enrollment 6.0. 6.4 6.6 7.4 7.9 8.9 8.6 8.1


*Number not available.









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CHAPTER VI


TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION














CHAPTER VI

TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION


Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher Education was first published

in the fall, 1958. Twenty public and private institutions, with a total enroll-

ment of 50,286 students, participated in that first study. In the last fourteen

years, the number of institutions has grown to 60 (a 200 per cent increase), and

the number of students has increased to 243,746 (a 385 per cent increase).


PUBLIC UNIVERSITY SYSTEM


The nine state-supported universities which comprise the State University

System include four upper-divisional universities. Two of this four, Florida

International University, Miami, and the University of North Florida, Jacksonville,

will accept their opening classes of upper-division students in September, 1972.

The gain of 4,908 students in the fall, 1971, was the lowest gain in absolute

number of students since 1966. The 6.7 per cent enrollment increase in the fall,

1971, is the lowest percentage increase since the fall, 1962 (Table 44).

The State University System accounted for 32.2 per cent of Florida's total

on-campus enrollment in 1971, a slight decrease from the 32.4 per cent of 1970.


PUBLIC COMMUNITY/JUNIOR COLLEGES


In the fall, 1971, an enrollment of 120,149 students was reported in the

state's 27 community and junior colleges. In 1957, the year the expansion began,

seven public junior colleges reported a total on-campus enrollment of 5,444

students. The number of community colleges established is approaching the

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number envisioned in 1957 when the Community College Council first reported its

design for building public two-year colleges throughout Florida.

In the fall, 1971, Florida's junior colleges enrolled 49.3 per cent of the

state's total headcount enrollment in higher learning. In the past decade, this

sector has grown by an average of 9,803 students per year. The fall, 1971, report

shows an increase of 12,315 students. The 1971 increase of 11.4 per cent over

1970 was 3.1 per cent more than the 1970 increase over 1969.


PRIVATE JUNIOR COLLEGES


For the 15 year period, 1957-1971, an on-campus enrollment increase of 46.1

per cent is shown for private junior colleges (Table 43). The large year to

year fluctuations in the percentage changes in on-campus enrollment have been

caused primarily by the changing of institutions from private degree granting

to private junior colleges and vice versa. St Joseph College, Webber College,

and Jones College changed from private degree-granting institutions to private

junior colleges during this time period. In 1971, Jones College at Jacksonville

changed back to a four-year institution while Jones College at Orlando remained

a private junior college.


PRIVATE BACCALAUREATE DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS


The 5.1 per cent increase in on-campus enrollment for Florida's private bac-

calaureate degree-granting institutions represents an increase of 2,085 students

from the fall of 1970 to the fall of 1971.

Total enrollment in this sector was 43,165 in fall, 1971. Florida residents

accounted for 24,160 or 56.0 per cent of the total. In fall, 1970, Florida resi-

dents accounted for 58.9 per cent of the total. This shows an increase of

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2.9 per cent in the past year in number of out-of-state students attending

private baccalaureate degree-granting institutions in Florida.

Table 3 shows total non-Florida students in all Florida institutions of

higher learning to be 35,259. Total enrollment of non-Florida students in

private baccalaureate degree-granting institutions is 19,005 or 53.9 per cent

of that total. In fall, 1970, the comparable figure was 53.2 per cent.


FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE


An intended role of the public community and junior colleges that has shaped

the development of these institutions is the enrollment of the major portion of

first-time-in-college students. As evidenced by the following figures, this role

is being accomplished. In the fall of 1960, 35.6 per cent of the total first-

time-in-college students were enrolled in public community and junior colleges.

This percentage rapidly increased until the fall of 1967, when it appeared to

level off. From 1967 to 1969, the percentage of first-time-in-college students

enrolled in the public community and junior colleges was nearly constant at

about 65 per cent. Following a slight drop in 1970, the percentage increased

to 68.8 per cent in 1971. The percentage of first-time-in-college students

enrolled in the state university system and private universities declined for the

same period and by 1971 had been reduced to about one-half the 1960 percentages

(Table 32).


GRADUATE ENROLLMENT


Seven institutions in the State University System had graduate student

enrollment in the fall, 1971. Graduate education was offered by nine of the

private baccalaureate degree-granting institutions. The combined graduate

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enrollment in the two sectors in the fall, 1971, was 19,775 students, which was

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

a .5 per cent decrease since the fall, 1970, in the proportion of graduate students

to undergraduate students. Prior to 1969, graduate enrollment contributed to

increasing total higher education enrollment, but in the last two years the

growth rate of graduate enrollment has decreased sharply.

Graduates enrolled in state universities totaled 13,630 or 68.9 per cent of

the total graduates. In numbers, graduate enrollment in state universities in-

creased by only 67 students while private university graduate enrollment increased

by 313 students.

Non-Florida graduate enrollment totaled 4,313 students in the fall, 1971

--a decrease of 264 students from the fall, 1970. The public sector registered

64.4 per cent of the non-Florida students in 1971 compared with 59.7 per cent

in 1970 and 63.1 per cent in 1969. The number of non-resident graduate students

in private baccalaureate degree-granting institutions decreased by 309 in the

fall, 1971, while the number of non-resident graduate students in the public

institutions increased by 45. With the exception of the fall, 1969, non-Florida

graduate enrollment in the state for the last several years showed a steady

decline.


NON-FLORIDA ENROLLMENT


Non-Florida on-campus enrollment in Florida's colleges and universities was

35,259 students or 14.5 per cent of the 243,746 total enrollment. Non-resident

graduate students represented 1.8 per cent and non-resident undergraduates repre-

sented 12.7 per cent of the total enrollment. The count of non-Florida students

increased 3,376 or 9.6 per cent from the fall, 1970, to the fall, 1971, while

total enrollment increased 17,105 or 7.5 per cent during the same period.

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

accounted for 3.8 per cent (9,346 students) of the state's total enrollment.

The percentage of non-resident first-time-in-college students in the fall,

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TABLE 43

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


On-Campus On-Campus % of 1957 % of 1971
Enrollment Enrollment Total Total
Increase Increase % On-Campus On-Campus
1957 1971 1957-1971 1957-1971 Enrollment Enrollment

SUS 21,146 78,396 57,250 270.7% 42.1% 32.2%

Pub. CC & JC 6,169 120,149 113,980 1,847.6 12.3 49.3

. Priv. BDGI 21,577 43,165 21,588 100.1 42.9 17.7
o
Priv. JC 1,394 2,036 642 46.1 2,7 .8

Total 50 286 243,746 193,460 384.7 100.0 100.0


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
50,286.







TABLE 44

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS AND PERCENTAGE CHANGES BY.TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1959-1971

Fall of SUS Public CC & JC Priv. BDGI Priv. JC Total
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
2 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

1970 73,488 8.4 107,834 8.3 41,080 .2 4,239 24.9* 226,641 7.1

1971 78,396 6.7 120,149 11.4 43,165 5.1 2,036 -52.0* 243,746 7.5


% Increase
1959-1971 230.6 991.5 85.5 4.5 305.4


*Jones College shifted from private degree-granting to private junior college in 1967. St. Joseph
College and Webber College shifted from private degree-granting to private junior colleges in 1970.
In 1971, Jones College, Jacksonville, became a private baccalaureate degree-granting institution.