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Title: Enrollment in Florida's institutions of higher learning
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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
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Changes, additions, and deletions
            Page 4
            Page 5
        Florida's institutions of higher learning
            Page 6
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        List of abbreviations
            Page 11
    Chapter II: Report of statewide enrollment
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    Chapter III: Enrollment by institutions
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    Chapter IV: First-time-in-college enrollment
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    Chapter V: Graduate student enrollment
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    Chapter VI: Black and non-black enrollment
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    Chapter VII: Trends and new developments in Florida higher education
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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

Jack McGriff . . . . ... ..... Gainesville

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

Carolyn Pearce . . . . .. .Coral Gables



THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM

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

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

W. Kenneth Boutwell, Jr. .. Vice Chancellor for Administrative Affairs

Richard E. Hulet . . .. .Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

Kenneth E. Penrod Vice Chancellor for Medical and Health Services

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



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Preface

Annual reports of enrollment in the colleges and universities of

Florida have been published by the Office of the Board of Regents since

1958. This report of the enrollment for the fall of 1972 is the six-

teenth volume in an unbroken series of reports.

Now that enrollment in colleges and universities in Florida appears

to be stabilizing, the report series reflects the high-water mark in the

opening of new institutions and the enrollment gains that accompanied

the addition of new institutions to Florida's array of colleges and uni-

versities, public and private alike.

This report contains information of enrollment by race (black and

non-black students). The racial components of enrollment were obtained

from compliance reports submitted by institutions of higher learning to

the Office of Health, Education, and Welfare required by the Civil Rights

Act of 1964. Only the compliance reports from public institutions were

available and the section of enrollment by race (Chapter VI) is limited

to the state universities and community colleges.

I wish to thank the presidents and the registrars of the more than

sixty institutions of higher learning in Florida for providing this of-

fice with enrollment data for the report.

This volume represents the work of three persons in the Department

of Education: Lloyd Lauffer, Division of Community Colleges, and Jerry

Baker and G. Emerson Tully, both of the Office of Academic Affairs,

Division of Universities. The typist for the final manuscript and the

several drafts that preceded the final copy was Carole Mullins.



Allan Tucker
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

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July, 1973

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TABLE OF CONTENTS


FLORIDA BOARD OF REGENTS . . . . .. ii

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

LIST OF TABLES . . . .... .. . .. v

Chapter

I. GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . 2

Changes, Additions, and Deletions
Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning
List of Abbreviations

II. REPORT OF STATEWIDE ENROLLMENT . . ... 12

III. ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTIONS . . . ... 33

IV. FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT. . ... 56

V. GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT . . . ... 79

VI. BLACK AND NON-BLACK ENROLLMENT . . ... 93

VII. TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION 103






















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LIST OF TABLES


Table Page

1. Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning,
Fall, 1972 . . . . ... . . . 16

2. Undergraduate On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Program,
Fall, 1972 . . . . ... . . . 17

3. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in Florida's
Colleges and Universities, Fall, 1972 . . . ... 18

4. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Level of
Program, Fall, 1972 . . . . ... . 19

5. Florida and Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of
Institution, Fall, 1972 . . . . ... . 20

6. Origin of Total On-Campus Enrollment by State or Other
Geographical Area and Type of Institution, Fall, 1972 . ... 21

7. Origin of Florida On-Campus Enrollment by County
and Type of Institution, Fall, 1972 . . . ... 23

8. Percentage of Total On-Campus Enrollment in Each Type
of Institution, 1957-1972 . ...... . . 26

9. Percentage of Florida On-Campus Enrollment in
Each Type of Institution, 1957-1972 . . . ... 27

10. Percentage of Non-Florida Total On-Campus Enrollment in
Each Type of Institution, 1957-1972 . . . ... 28

11. Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Instituition
1957-1972 . . . ................. 29

12. Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution
1957-1972 . . . . . . . 30

13. Percentage of Male On-Campus Enrollment to Total Enrollment
by Type of Institution, 1962-1972 ...... .... . . 31

14. Total Male Enrollment and First-Time-In-College Male Enrollment
in Florida's Colleges and Universities, Fall, 1972 . ... 32







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Table Page

15. Institutions Enrolling More than 2,500 On-Campus
Students by Rank, Fall, 1972 . . . . .. .... 36

16. Florida Institutions of Higher Learning by Size of
Enrollment, Fall, 1972 . . . . ... .... 37

17. On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Colleges and Universities by
Institution, Type of Enrollment, and Sex, Fall, 1972 . ... 38

18. Total Enrollment, First-Time-In-College Enrollment and Terminal
Enrollment by Type of Institution and Sex, Fall, 1972 . ... 41

19. Percentage of On-Campus Enrollment in Florida Colleges and
Universities by Institution, Type of Enrollment, and Sex,
Fall, 1972 . . . ... . . . .41

20. On-Campus Enrollments from Florida, Other States and Countries
by Institution, Fall, 1972 . . . .... .. 42

21. Total On-Campus Enrollments by Institution, Alternate
Years, 1962-1972 . . . . . . 44

22. Origin of State University System On-Campus Enrollment by
State or Other Geographical Area, Fall, 1972 . . ... 47

23. Origin of State University System Florida On-Campus Enrollment
by County, Fall, 1972 . . . . ... .... 50

24. Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State Universities,
1964-1972 . . . . .. . . 53

25. Non-Florida On-Campus Enrollment in the State Universities
1964-1972 . . . . ... . . . .54

26. On-Campus Enrollments by Institution, State University
System, 1964-1972 . . . . ... ....... .55

27. Percentage of On-Campus Enrollments by Institution, State
University System, 1964-1972 . ........ ... 55

28. Origin of First-Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment by State
or Other Geographical Area and Type of Institution, Fall, 1972 ... 59

29. Origin of State University System First-Time-In-College On-Campus
Enrollment by State or Other Geographical Area, Fall, 1972 ..... 61

30. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment
by County and Type of Institution, Fall, 1972 . . .. 63





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Table Page

31. Origin of State University System Florida First-Time-In-College
On-Campus Enrollment by County, Fall, 1972 . . . .. 66

32. Percentage of Total First-Time-In-College On-Campus Enrollment
in Each Type of Institution, 1958-1972. . . . 69

33. Percentage of First-Time-In-College Florida On-Campus
Enrollment in Each Type of Institution, 1958-1972 . ... 70

34. Percentage of First-Time-In-College Non-Florida On-Campus
Enrollment in Each Type of Institution, 1958-1972 . ... 71

35. Origin of First-Time-In-College Enrollment by State or Other
Geographical Area, 1965-1972 . . . . ... .. 72

36. Origin of Florida First-Time-In-College Enrollment by
County, 1965-1972 . . . . .. . . 74

37. First-Time-In-College Enrollments by Institution, Alternate
Years, 1962-1972 . . . . ... . .. .76

38. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or Other
Geographical Area, Fall, 1972 . . . .... 81

39. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by County,
Fall, 1972 . . . . ... . . . 84

40. Origin of Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by State or Other
Geographical Area, 1965-1972 . . . . ... ... 87

41. Origin of Florida Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by County,
1965-1972 . . . . ... . . . 89

42. Graduate On-Campus Enrollment by Institution, 1965-1972 . ... 92

43. Black and Non-Black Enrollment in the State University
System, Fall, 1972 ... ......... .. .. . .. 96

44. Black and Non-Black Enrollment in Florida's Public
Community and Junior Colleges, Fall, 1972 . . ... 98

45. Enrollment Increase Since 1957 and Percentage of Total
On-Campus Enrollment by Type of Institution . . .. 110

46. On-Campus Enrollments and Percentage Changes by Type of
Institution, 1959-1972 . . . . ... .... 111







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CHAPTER I


GENERAL INFORMATION












CHAPTER I

GENERAL INFORMATION


Enrollment in Florida's Institutions of Higher Learning is an an-

nual publication of the Office of the Florida Board of Regents. The

report includes general information as well as detailed data concern-

ing both the public and the private segments of the higher education

system of Florida. Various tables exhibited in this document provide

breakdowns of total, graduate, and first-time-in-college enrollment by

state and county for each of the four types of schools, the public

universities, the public community and junior colleges, the private

universities, and the private junior colleges.

Chapter I represents an attempt to familiarize the reader with

the institutions from which data were gathered and with abbreviations

utilized throughout the ensuing chapters. The first section of Chapter I

summarizes the changes necessary to update the current edition of the

enrollment report. After a complete alphabetical listing, including

location, of each institution by degree type, two maps follow. The first

identifies the public and private universities, and the second positions

the public and private community and junior colleges. This further

details the location of the sixty-two reporting schools. Chapter I is

concluded with an enumeration of abbreviations, which the reader will

encounter repeatedly as he uses this publication.

The remaining chapters deal with state-wide college-level enrollment.

Chapter II provides an overall picture of enrollment in the State of Florida,





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while Chapter III deals primarily with enrollment by individual institution.

First-time-in-college enrollment receives attention in Chapter IV.

Chapter V contains an in-depth look at graduate enrollment. Black and

non-black enrollment figures and percentages comprise the tables of

Chapter VI. Recent trends and developments highlight the final chapter,

Chapter VII.














































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CHANGES, ADDITIONS, AND DELETIONS


Many noteworthy changes in the lineup of institutions of higher

learning in Florida have occurred since the production of the Fall, 1971

enrollment report. Two new State University System (SUS) institutions

opened for classes in September of 1972: Florida International Univer-

sity, Miami, and the University of North Florida, Jacksonville. Both

institutions are upper-division universities, in that instruction begins

at the junior class level. Also, the initial class of a new public

community college, Pasco-Hernando Community College, Dade City, convened

last September. Jones College, Orlando, has switched from a private

junior college to a private baccalaureate degree-granting institution

(PBDGI). A private junior college, St. Joseph College of Florida, located

at Jensen Beach, closed following the 1971-72 school year. One public

two-year institution, Edison Junior College of Fort Myers, changed its

name to Edison Community College, making a total of 15 of Florida's

28 public two-year schools using the designation "community college."

Finally, two private baccalaureate degree granting schools, Eckerd College

of St. Petersburg, formerly known as Florida Presbyterian College, and

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University of Daytona Beach, formerly titled

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Institute, have acquired their new names within

the last year.

Also, this year a new chapter has been inserted into the enrollment

report. Chapter VI now consists of a report on black and non-black en-

rollment in the public sector of the institutions of higher learning in

Florida. Recent trends and developments in higher educational enrollment




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in Florida, which formerly appeared in Chapter VI, now are discussed

in Chapter VII.























































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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 Flr.ida
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 Communirv 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 Community 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






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Public Community and Junior Colleges (continued)

17. Okaloosa-Walton Junior College 23. St. Petersburg Junior College
Niceville St. Petersburg

18. Palm Beach Junior College 24. Santa Fe Junior College
Lake Worth Gainesville

19. Pasco-Hernando Community College 25. Seminole Junior College
Dade City Sanford

20. Pensacola Junior College 26. South Florida Junior College
Pensacola Avon Park

21. Polk Community College 27. Tallahassee Community College
Winter Haven Tallahassee

22. St. Johns River Junior College 28. Valencia Community College
Palatka Orlando


Private Baccalaureate Degree-Granting Institutions

1. Barry College 12. Jones College
Miami Orlando

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

3. Biscayne College 14. Nova University
Opa Locka Fort Lauderdale

4. Eckerd College 15. Ringling School of Art
St. Petersburg Sarasota

5. Edward Waters College 16. Rollins College
Jacksonville Winter Park

6. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 17. Saint Leo College
Daytona Beach Saint Leo

7. Florida Institute of Technology 18. Seminary of St. Vincent de Paul
Melbourne Boynton Beach

8. Florida Memorial College 19. South-Eastern Bible College
Miami Lakeland

9. Florida Southern College 20. Stetson University
Lakeland DeLand

10. Jacksonville University 21. University of Miami
Jacksonville Miami

11. Jones College 22. University of Tampa
Jacksonville Tampa
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Private Junior Colleges

1. Florida College
Temple Terrace

2. Marymount College
Boca Raton

3. Webber College
Babson Park




















































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U of North Florida
Edward Waters C
Jacksonville U
S .Y i J .I CKSON [ Jones C




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Stetson U
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St. Leo C- PASo .. .CO.
Florida Inst. of Tech. P-O--- oscEoL
South-Eastern Bible C o-.
Florida Southern C
U of South Florida
U of Tampa 7ANA:-'HA MWIANt
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New C --
Ringling School of Art' S AM
Sem. of St. Vincent de Paul ...... -...--
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Biscayne C "\ .

Florida Memorial C ------ "-"'
U of Miami U
*Florida International U- ,.


STATE UNIVERSITIES AND PRIVATE BACCALAUREATE
DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS OF FLORIDA -. '
FALL 1972

Denotes State University
+Offers Post-Baccalaureate Degrees Only








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Gulf Coast CC/ Chipola JC
Florida JC at Jacksonville
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St. Johns River JC "
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Lake-Sumter CC tf
Seminole JC onA
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Hillsborough CC s
*Florida C
St. Petersburg JQ ---MA''1 I
Polk CC T"--- I O's' u
Webber C
Manatee JC$07A MA raI
Indian River Ce s roCi f -----
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Palm Beach JC EE "END__IY
Edison CC i S
*Marymount C
Broward CC -- i n--o-w uI L n
Miami-Dade JC---- --
Florida Keys CC ~ "M---





PUBLIC AND PRIVATE JUNIOR AND COMMUNITY A O
COLLEGES OF FLORIDA
FALL 1972




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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

FIU . . . . ... Florida International University

FSU . . . . ... Florida State University

FTIC . . . . ... First Time In College

FTU . . . . ... Florida Technological University

Grad. . . . . .. Graduate

Inst. . . . . .. Institute, Institution

JC . . . . ... Junior College

PBDGI . . . . ... Private Baccalaureate Degree-
Grnnting Institutions

Priv. . . . . Private

Pub. . . . . .. Public

SUS . . . ..... .. State University System

U . . . . ... University

UF . . . . ... .University of Florida

UNF . . . . ... University of North 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 colleges and universities throughout Florida

is reported in this chapter. Off-campus enrollment information is not

reflected in the tables of this document, with one exception; the tables

in Chapter VI showing enrollment by race include off-campus enrollments.

As seen below, the enrollment growth rate has continued to slacken.

The combined sectors, public and private, showed a 4.3 per cent rate of

growth, down 3.2 per cent from a year ago. A growth rate of 6 per cent

was the lowest the public sector has experienced in at least the last eight

years. Moreover, the rate of decline in enrollment in the private sector

was even greater this year than a year ago. The obvious result was the

lowest rate of growth for the combined sectors in the last eight years, as

shown by the tabulation below:

Public Private Combined
Sector Sector Sectors
(Annual Percentage Change)
Fall, 1965 over Fall, 1964 21.1 9.3 17.5
Fall, 1966 over Fall, 1965 14.6 3.4 13.5
Fall, 1967 over Fall, 1966 13.2 7.0 10.3
Fall, 1968 over Fall, 1967 13.2 9.2 12.2
Fall, 1969 over Fall, 1968 11.4 3.6 9.7
Fall, 1970 over Fall, 1969 8.4 2.1 7.1
Fall, 1971 over Fall, 1970 9.5 -0.3 7.5
Fall, 1972 over Fall, 1971 6.0 -3.6 4.3

Three mutually exclusive categories, first-time-in-college, previously

enrolled undergraduate, and graduate students, partition the enrollment

figures appearing in Table 1, page 16. Summation over either marginal

column yields a grand total on-campus headcount enrollment of 254,112.

Undergraduate types of programs highlight Table 2.


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Tables 3, 4, and 5 report enrollment of Florida and non-Florida

residents. In Table 3, students are classified solely on the basis of

Florida or non-Florida residency. Table 4, proceeding one step further,

displays Florida and non-Florida enrollment by undergraduate and graduate

levels. In a slightly more sophisticated approach, Table 5 shows not

only both Florida and non-Florida students, but also the number and the

percentage of students enrolled in each of the four types of institutions.

In the next two tables, enrollment is sorted according to geographic

areas. Total enrollment by state (Table 6) precedes Florida enrollment

by county (Table 7).

Tables 8 through 12 deal with enrollment percentages dating back to

1957. Table 8 offers total enrollment by type of institution. Table 9

presents the percentage of Florida enrollment by type of institution for

each of the 16 years, whereas Table 10 complements Table 9 with the per-

centage of non-Florida enrollment by type of institution for each year.

Table 11 includes Florida enrollment as a per cent of total on-campus

enrollment for each type of institution. Table 12 has the same type of

information for non-Florida students.

Tables 13 and 14 take a look at enrollment by sex. Since 1967, male

enrollment, expressed as a percentage of total enrollment, has declined

by 2.4 per cent from 60.5 per cent to 58.1 per cent (Table 13). Neverthe-

less, a great deal of disparity, especially in the private sector, still

exists between male and female enrollment. Table 14 offers a more detailed

account of current male-female enrollment data. As can be seen, male FTIC






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enrollment percentages lagged behind male total enrollment per cents,

but remained larger than female FTIC per cents.



















































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TABLE 1


ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
FALL 1972


Institutions On-Campus Enrollment1

Undergraduate2 Graduate Total

First-Time- Previously
In College Enrolled
In College

FAMU 982 3,359 222 4,563
FAU 4,201 1,480 5,681
FIU 4,807 373 5,180
FSU 2,152 12,985 4,023 19,160
S FTU 831 5,097 924 6,852
UF 2,709 15,771 5,090 23,570
UNF 1,788 209 1,997
USF 2,670 13,700 1,781 18,151
UWF .3,100 459 3,559

SUS Total 9,344 64,808 14,561 88,713

Public CC & JC 43,476 78,351 121,827
Private BDGI 8,822 29,194 4,576 42,592
Private JC 492 488 .. 980

Total 62,134 172,841 19,137 254,112


On-Campus Enrollment--includes only students who are attending courses for college credit 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 1972


Degree Terminal Total
Institution Programs Programs Undergraduate

FAMU 4,341 .4,341
FAU 4,201 4,201
FIU 4,807 4,807
FSU 15,137 15,137
FTU 5,928 5,923
UF 18,480 .18,4S0
UNF 1,788 1,738
USF 16,370 .16,370
UWF 3,100 3,100

SUS Total 74,152 74,152

Public CC & JC 91,052 30,775. 121,827
Private BDGI 35,511 2,505 .. 3,016
Private JC 492 488 "0

Total 201,207 33,768 234,M75


























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TABLE 3


FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA'S
COLLEGES AND 1N11VERSITTES
FALL 1972



Institution Florida Non-Florida Total Enrollment


FAMU 4,125 438 4,563
FAU 4,977 704 5,681
FIU 4,352 828 5,180
FSU 15,725 3,435 19,160
FTU 6,557 295 6,852
UF 21,730 1,840 23,570
UNF 1,936 61 1,997
USF 16,211 1,940 18,151
UWF 3,301 258 3,559


SUS Total 78,914 9,799 88,713

Public CC & JC 114,669 7,158 121,827
Private BDGI 23,626 18,966 42,592
Private JC 276 704 980


Total 217,485 36,627 254,112























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TABLE 4

FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF PROGRAM
FALL 1972


Undergraduate Graduate
Non- Under- Non-
Florida Florida % Non- graduate Florida Florida % Non- Graduate
Institution Enrollment Enrollment Florida Total Enrollment Enrollment Florida Total
FAMU 3,915 426 9.8 4,341 210 12 5.4 222
FAU 3,666 535 12.7 4,201 1,311 169 11.4 1,480
FIU 4,003 804 16.7 4,807 349 24 6.4 373
FSU 13,307 1,830 12.1 15,137 2,418 1,605 39.9 4,023
FTU 5,649 279 4.7 5,928 908 16 1.7 924
UF 17,476 1,004 5.4 18,480 4,254 836 16.4 5,090
UNF 1,732 56 3.1 1,788 204 5 2.4 209
USF 14,589 1,781 10.9 16,370 1,622 159 8.9 1,781
UWF 2,894 206 6.6 3,100 407 52 11.3 459

SUS Total 67,231 6,921 9.3 74,152 11,683 2,878 19.8 14,561
Pub. CC & JC 114,669 7,158 5.9 121,827 .
Private BDGI 19,954 18,062 47.5 38,016 3,672 904 19.8 4,576
Private JC 276 704 71.8 980 *

Total 202,130 32,845 14.0 234,975 15,355 3,782 19.8 19,137












TABLE 5


FLORIDA AND NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION
FALL 1972



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

SUS 78,914 36.3 31.1 9,799 26.8 3.8 88,713 34.9
Pub. CC & JC 114,669 52.7 45.1 7,158 19.5 2.8 121,827 47.9
Private BDGI 23,626 10.9 9.3 18,966 51.8 7.5 42,592 16.8
Private JC 276 0.1 0.1 704 1.9 0.3 980 0.4

Total 217,485 100.0 85.6 36,627 100.0 14.4 254,112 100.0









TABLE 6


ORIGIN OF TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE
OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND TYPE OF
INSTITUTION
FALL 1972 ......


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

Alabama 315 155 212 41 723
Alaska 7 5 13 25
Arizona 18 9 22 11 60
Arkansas 35 20 26 14 95
California 142 95 207 31 475

Colorado 55 27 69 4 155
Connecticut 142 129 921 23 1,215
Delaware 29 37 80 7 153
Dist. of Columbia 51 17 97 165
Florida 78,914 114,669 23,626 276 217,485

Georgia 698 246 571 16 1,531
Hawaii 10 6 10 i 26
Idaho 10 9 5 2 26
Illinois 307 236 780 28 1,351
Indiana 139 212 226 36 613

Iowa 49 39 59 3 150
Kansas 38 19 46 3 106
Kentucky 97 61 123 33 314
Louisiana 113 60 65 6 244
Maine 22 26 89 3 140

Maryland 203 129 641 15 988
Massachusetts 188 149 765 11 1,113
Michigan 194 170 274 10 648
Minnesota 68 37 85 2 192
Mississippi 76 30 57 4 167

Missouri 95 61 141 16 313
Montana 2 3 12 17
Nebraska 21 11 26 58
Nevada 4 6 6 .16
New Hampshire 24 26 71 121

New Jersey 459 530 2,562 61 3,612
New Mexico 9 8 : 17 1 35
New York 825 910 3,648 76 5,459
North Carolina 179 99 297 17 592
North Dakota 6 3 6 15


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TABLE 6 (continued)


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


Ohio 372 284 787 45 1,488
Oklahoma 30 18 47 2 97
Oregon 23 6 18 2 49
Pennsylvania 463 341 1,590 33 2,427
Rhode Island 31 32 126 1 190

South Carolina 148 67 211 5 431
South Dakota 5 3 12 20
Tennessee 175 72 155 25 427
Texas 141 68 169 28 406
Utah 10 4 3 1 18

Vermont 17 28 27 2 74
Virginia 317 182 633 18 1,150
Washington 39 17 27 2 85
West Virginia 45 32 65 5 147
Wisconsin 99 64 117 1 281
Wyoming 3 5 14 22

U. S. Total 85,462 119,472 39,856 920 245,710

Canal Zone 12 9 26 6 53
Guam *
Puerto Rico 37 41 109 11 198
U. S. Virgin Islands 7 5 33 1 46

Other Countries 2,963 1,571 835 .41 5,410
Unclassified 232 729 1,733 1 2,695

Total 88,713 121,827 42,592 980 254,112
















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TABLE 7


ORIGIN OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY AND TYPE
OF INSTITUTION
FALL 1972

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

Alachua 5,790 2,071 73 3 7,937 3.65 8.77
Baker 43 108 3 154 .07 27.27
Bay 559 1,918 34 2,511 1.15 9.13
Bradford 122 279 6 407 .19 19.70
Brevard 3,013 6,295 1,734 5 11,047 5.08 2.00

Broward 5,535 9,728 1,392 34 16,689 7.67 10.49
Calhoun 54 110 5 169 .08 5.59
Charlotte 114 218 27 1 360 .17 28.57
Citrus 100 155 16 1 272 .12 7.94
Clay 345 596 142 1,083 .50 21.14

Collier 275 276 70 7 628 .29 9.98
Columbia 215 643 32 890 .41 11.11
Dade 12,307 24,917 7,866 10 45,100 20.74 1.06
DeSoto 65 113 12 1 191 .09 3.04
Dixie 32 47 3 82 .04 -11.83

Duval 5,380 8,610 3,528 6 17,524 8.06 6.55
Escambia 2,612. 4,441 78 1 7,132 3.28 7.18
Flagler 25 48 10 .83 .04 18.57
Franklin 70 45 4 .119 .05 3.48
Gadsden 557 291 26 .874 .40 14.25

Gillhrist 33 60 2 2 97 .04 42.65
Glades 15 7 1 23 .01 -11.54
Gulf 65 134 1 .200 .09 5.21
Hamilton 46 86 5 137 .06 0.00
Hardee 81 96 17 194 .09 7.18











TABLE 7 (continued)


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

Hendry 71 110 17 .198 .09 27.74
Hernando 131 258 43 3 435 .20 64.15
Highlands 201 250 33 2 486 .22 7.95
Hillsborough 7,706 6,436 1,189 58 15,389 7.08 2.14
Holmes 58 135 5 198 .09 -12.39

Indian River 233 584 64 1 882 .41 12.07
Jackson 318 608 16 942 .43 .95
Jefferson 142 72 8 222 .10 4.31
Lafayette 21 30 .51 .02 -34.62
Lake 513 997 160 2 1,672 .77 4.63

Lee 686 1,369 95 2 2,152 .99 .37
Leon 4,454 2,064 45 .6,563 3.02 4.96
Levy 103 116 3 1 223 .10 4.29
Liberty 32 38 1 .71 .03 0.00
Madison 157 250 3 410 .19 .48

Manatee 642 1,419 79 4 2,144 .99 5.56
Marion 662 1,161 86 1 1,910 .88 4.71
Martin 230 376 51 1 658 .30 24.86
Monroe 263 1,030 70 1 1,364 .63 2.15
Nassau 181 263 50 .494 .23 18.46

Okaloosa 920 2,324 32 1 3,277 1.51 4.96
Okeechobee 57 148 4 209 .10 39.33
Orange 5,944 5,338 2,582 12 13,876 6.38 6.14
Osceola 156 37 84 277 .13 4.14
Palm Beach 3,340 6,180 496 80 10,096 4.64 9.70









TABLE 7 (continued)

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

Pasco 421 787 128 4 1,340 .62 61.44
Pinallas 5,765 8,058 623 11 14,457 6.65 3.03
Polk 2,129 3,445 572 11 6,157 2.83 1.08
Putnam 289 535 56 880 .40 5.38
Saint Johns 281 311 103 .695 .32 1.16

Saint Lucie 347 943 70 1,360 .62 4.06
Santa Rosa 467 803 17 1,287 .59 11.72
Sarasota 988 1,562 157 5 2,712 1.25 3.00
Seminole 1,329 1,422 373 1 3,125 1.44 9.84
Sumter 93 264 16 373 .17 5.33

Suwannee 128 214 10 352 .16 6.38
Taylor 146 221 6 373 .17 5.37
Union 47 287 3 .337 .15 29.62
Volusia 1,362 2,416 935 2 4,715 2.17 1.07
Wakulla 45 48 .. 1 94 .04 3.09

Walton 124 223 6 .353 .16 2.22
Washington 60 150 6 216 .10 5.68

Unclassified 219 95 242** 1 557 .26 264.05

Total 78,914 114,669 23,626 276 217,485 100.00 4.32


Comparison to County Enrollments 1971

A*
Unable to provide a further sub-classification of Florida enrollment, Florida Southern College
and Ringling School of Art have included respectively 90 and 140 students in this category










TABLE 8


PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1957-1972


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
1962 37.4 31.6 69.0 28.9 2.1 31.0
1963 32.7 37.7 70.4 26.5 3.0 29.5
1964 32.9 39.3 72.2 25.6 2.2 27.8
1965 31.8 42.4 74.2 23.5 2.3 25.8
1966 31.0 45.5 76.5 21.5 2.0 23.5
1967 31.5 45.7 77.2 20.7 2.1 22.8
1968 31.4 46.5 77.9 20.3 1.9 22.2
1969 32.0 47.0 79.0 19.4 1.6 21.0
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
1972 34.9 48.0 82.9 16.7 .4 17.1









TABLE 9


PERCENTAGE OF FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1957-1972


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
1972 36.3 52.7 89.0 10.9 .1 11.0











TABLE 10


PERCENTAGE OF NON-FLORIDA TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN EACH
TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1957-1972


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 55.6
1972 26.8 19.5 46.3 51.8 1.9 53.7










TABLE 11


FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1957-1972


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

1957 18,368 86.9 6,021 97.3 15,427 71.1 1,205 85.9 41,021 81.2
1958 19,512 86.5 9,416 97.7 15,835 71.5 1,615 87.1 46,378 82.3
1959 20,288 85.6 10,696 97.2 16,843 72.4 1,887 88.5 49,714 82.7
1960 23,356 86.3 15,443 97.8 16,247 68.4 1,293 82.4 56,339 82.6
1961 25,210 86.3 21,498 97.2 17,310 68.8 1,477 80.5 65,495 83.6
1962 26,326 85.8 28,444 96.9 18,052 69.5 1,646 85.6 74,468 84.7
1963 28,546 85.6 37,329 97.0 19,077 70.5 2,812 91.3 87,764 86.0
1964 33,146 86.1 44,631 97.1 21,166 70.8 2,181 85.3 101,124 86.5
1965 37,862 81.6 55,455 94.9 21,741 67.3 2,570 82.3 117,628 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 734541 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 70.9 194,758 85.9
1971 70,520 90.0 112,712 93.8 24,160 56.0 1,095 53.8 208,487 85.5
1972. 78,914 89.0 114,669 94.1 23,626 55.5 276 28.2 217,485 85.6


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









TABLE 12


NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1957-1972


Fall of SUS Public CC & JC Priv. BDGI Priv. JC All Insts.
Enrol. % Enrol. %* Enrol. %W 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
0 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
1972 9,799 11.0 7,158 5.9 18,966 44.5 704 71.8 36,627 14.4



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
1962-1972


Institution 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

SUS 60.8 60.4 60.2 60.2 60.0 58.4 59.2 58.8 59.4 59.5 58.7
Public CC & JC 59.0 56.2 59.8 60.8 60.3 60.8 60.1 59.5 58.8 57.6 55.6
Private BDGI 59.8 60.3 59.1 57.7 60.0 63.3 62.3 62.3 62.4 63.7 64.3
Private JC 65.7 63.3 58.7 57.5 55.0 57.6 58.8 63.7 72.3 66.0 40.4

Total Yearly Average 60.0 58.9 59.7 59.8 60.0 60.5 60.3 59.9 59.9 59.4 58.1











TABLE 14


TOTAL MALE ENROLLMENT AND FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE MALE ENROLLMENT
IN FLORIDA'S COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
FALL 1972


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

FAMU 2,341 51.3 4,563 510 51.9 982
FAU 3,356 59.1 5,681 .
FIU 2,858 55.2 5,180 ..
FSU 10,205 53.3 19,160 936 43.5 2,152
FTU 4,246 62.0 6,852 472 56.8 831
UF 15,118 64.1 23,570 1,600 59.1 2,709
UNF 1,197 59.9 1,997 .
USF 10,528 58.0 18,151 1,391 52.1 2,670
UWF 2,237 62.9 3,559 .
SUS Total 52,086 58.7 88,713 4,909 52.5 9,344

Public CC & JC 67,687 55.6 121,827 23,361 53.7 43,476
Private BDGI 27,367 64.3 42,592 56,344 63.9 8,822
Private JC 396 40.4 980 184 37.4 492

Total 147,536 58.1 254,112 34,088 54.9 62,134
































CHAPTER III


ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTIONS












CHAPTER III

ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTIONS


Individual institution enrollment and institutional enrollment

characteristics are the subjects of the tables contained in Chapter III.

Miami-Dade Junior College heads the list, sorted according to total on-

campus enrollment, of institutions which recorded more than 2,500 on-

campus students (Table 15). This year marked the seventh consecutive

year that Miami-Dade Junior College has enrolled more students than any

other Florida institution of higher learning. The only addition to the

list this year was Florida International University, which opened for

classes initially in the Fall, 1972. Last year's rank appears in

parenthesis to the right of the name of each school. Table 16 ranks

the nine state universities, the 28 public community and junior colleges,

the 22 private baccalaureate degree-granting institutions, andrthe three

private junior colleges by size of enrollment.

Tables 17, 18, and 19 offer another look at male-female enrollment.

Table 17 reports both male and female enrollment for total, FTIC and

terminal program enrollment for each school. Terminal enrollment means

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,

FTIC, and terminal program enrollment by sex account for a portion of the

categorization of Tables 18 and 19. A further division of these groups by

type of institution produces the remaining sub-classification of students

for the two tables. Table 19 provides the percentages corresponding to

the numbers appearing in Table 18.



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Table 20 associates each institution with its Florida, other states,

other countries, total, and percentage of non-Florida enrollment. Once

again this year, New College, a PBDGI, had a larger percentage (90.4 per cent)

of non-Florida students than any other school in the state. Conversely,

the school with the smallest percentage (0.6 per cent) of non-Florida

students was also a PBDGI, Jones College at Orlando.

Alternate year enrollment, contained in Table 21, indicates recent

enrollment trends at every reporting institution. Florida on-campus

enrollment by county for the individual SUS schools (Table 23) follows

SUS enrollment data by state (Table 22). A brief historical glance at

Florida and non-Florida enrollment for the SUS institutions appears in

Table 24 and Table 25. SUS enrollment figures for the past nine years

and the percentages which correspond to those numbers form the data for

Tables 26 and 27, the concluding tables of Chapter III.



























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TABLE 15


INSTITUTIONS ENROLLING MORE THAN 2,500 ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS
BY RANK
FALL 1972


Rank Institution Rank Last Year Enrollment


1 Miami-Dade Junior College ( 1) 28,025
2 University of Florida ( 2) 23,570
3 Florida State University ( 3) 19,160
4 University of South Florida ( 4) 18,151
5 University of Miami ( 5) 14,465

6 St. Petersburg Junior College ( 6) 9,204
7 Florida Junior College at Jacksonville ( 7) 9,194
8 Broward Community College ( 8) 9,041
9 Florida Technological University (10) 6,852
10 Palm Beach Junior College (11) 6,740

11 Brevard Community College ( 9) 6,465
12 Hillsborough Community College (14) 6,062
13 Pensacola Junior College (13) 5,700
14 Florida Atlantic University (12) 5,681
15 Florida International University (*) 5,180

16 Florida A & M University (15) 4,563
16 Santa Fe Junior College (16) 4,563
18 Valencia Community College (17) 4,312
19 Rollins College (18) 3,724
20 University of West Florida (21) 3,559

21 Polk Community College (19) 3,504
22 Manatee Junior College (22) 3,125
23 Stetson University (23) 2,784
24 Tallahassee Community College (25) 2,751
25 Daytona Beach Community College (24) 2,621
26 Jacksonville University (20) 2,584


Did not have an enrollment of more than 2,500 on-campus students
last year.







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TABLE 16


FLORIDA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING BY SIZE OF ENROLLMENT
FALL 1972



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


499 or under 1 3 3 7

500-999 2 7 .. 9

1,000-1,999 1 7 6 .14

2,000-2,999 6 4 10

3,000-3,999 12 1 4

4,000-4,999 1 2 .. 3

5,000-5,999 2 1 .. 3

6,000-6,999 3 4

7,000-7,999

8,000-8,999

9,000-9,999 3 .. 3

10,000-11,999

12,000-13,999

14,000-15,999 .1 1

16,000-17,999

18,000-19,999 2 2

20,000 or more 1 .. .. 2

Total
Total9 28 22 3 62









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TABLE 17

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES BY INSTITUTION,
TYPE OF ENROLLMENT, AND SEX
FALL 1972


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

State University System
FAMU 2,341 2,222 4,563 510 472 982
FAU 3,356 2,325 5,681 .
FIU 2,858 2,322 5,180 .
FSU 10,205 8,955 19,160 936 1,216 2,152.
FTU 4,246 2,606 6,852 472 359 831

UF 15,118 8,452 23,570 1,600 1,109 2,709.
UNF 1,197 800 1,997
SUSF 10,528 7,623 18,151 1,391 1,279 2,670
UWF 2,237 1,322 3,559

Public Community and Junior Colleges
Brevard CC 3,886 2,579 6,465 1,705 1,199 2,904 1,870 966 2,836
Broward CC 5,258 3,783 9,041 2,290 1,639 3,929 1,482 1,313 2,795
Central Florida CC 796 636 1,432 331 241 572 226 196 422
Chipola JC 595 507 1,102 195 165 360 60 96 156
Daytona Beach CC 1,520 1,101 2,621 724 549 1,273 394 275 669

Edison CC 1,003 895 1,898 390 345 735 275 312 587
Fla. JC at Jacksonville 5,284 3,910 9,194 1,483 1,255 2,738 916 966 1,882
Florida Keys CC 574 446 1,020 175 154 329 224 155 379
Gulf Coast CC 1,304 944 2,248 428 268 696 419 408 827
Hillsborough CC 3,378 2,684 6,062 1,390 1,236 2,626 780 998 1,778










TABLE 17 (continued)


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

Indian River CC 1,039 1,094 2,133 542 608 1,150 380 484 864
Lake City CC 1,092 515 1,607 380 181 561 336 177 513
Lake-Sumter CC 752 493 1,245 260 172 432 52 51 103
Manatee JC 1,733 1,392 3,125 865 717 1,582 251 368 619
Miami-Dade JC 15,088 12,937 28,025 3,982 3,621 7,603 3,299 3,345 6,644

North Florida JC 453 498 951 158 185 343 11 17 28
Okaloosa-Walton JC 1,448 843 2,291 410 289 699 218 100 318
Palm Beach JC 3,449 3,291 6,740 873 985 1,858 832 1,155 1,987
Pasco-Hernando CC 328 382 710 185 228 413 171 165 336
Pensacola JC 3,307 2,393 5,700 1,323 1,049 2,372 519 497 1,016

Polk CC 1,694 1,810 3,504 576 661 1,237 389 634 1,023
L St. Johns River JC 601 450 1,051 230 167 397 178 128 306
St. Petersburg JC 4,929 4,275 9,204 1,689 1,759 3,448 924 1,063 1,987
Santa Fe JC 2,346 2,217 4,563 1,028 926 1,954 350 435 785
Seminole JC 1,566 850 2,416 487 282 769 231 88 319

South Florida JC 277 139 416 140 67 207 34 23 57
Tallahassee CC 1,468 1,283 2,751 353 408 761 193 238 431
Valencia CC 2,519 1,793 4,312 769 759 1,528 544 564 1,108

Private Baccalaureate De ree-Granting Institutio s
Barry College 268 1,119 1,387 185 185

Bethune-Cookman C 560 656 1,216 184 189 373 ..
Biscayne C 613 345 958 154 154 .
Eckerd C 485 510 995 118 103 221 ..
Edward Waters C 286 350 636 67 88 155 ..
Embry-Riddle Aero. Univ. 1,591 13 1,604 293 4 297 95 1 96












TABLE 17 (continued)


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

Fla. Inst. of Technology 2,138 208 2,346 890 89 979 2,138 208 2,346
Florida Memorial C 334 431 765 104 137 241 .
Florida Southern C 684 757 1,441 222 242 464 ..
Jacksonville U 1,532 1,052 2,584 391 207 598 ..
Jones C (Jacksonville) 1,298 155 1,453 308 89 397 .

Jones C (Orlando) 771 57 828 68 10 78 .. .
New College 325 288 613 107 113 220 .. .
Nova University 85 76 161 .
Ringling School of Art 213 226 439 104 124 228 .
Rollins College 2,210 1,514 3,724 230 247 477 ..

0 Saint Leo C 750 391 1,141 249 115 364 16 16
St. Vincent de Paul 62 62 .. .. 23 23
South-Eastern Bible C 413 311 724 110 117 227 20 4 24
Stetson U 1,750 1,034 2,784 228 197 425 .
University of Miami 9,360 5,105 14,465 1,410 743 2,153 ... .
University of Tampa 1,639 627 2,266 397 189 586

Private Junior Colleges
Florida College 219 209 428 120 125 245 .
Marymount College 167 240 407 60 112 172 133 212 345
Webber College 10 135 145 4 71 75 9 134 143







TABLE 18

TOTAL ENROLLMENT, FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT AND TERMINAL ENROLLMENT
BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION AND SEX
FALL 1972

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

SUS 52,086 36,627 88,713 4,909 4,435 9,344
Public CC & JC 67,687 54,140 121,827 23,361 20,115 43,476 15,558 15,217 30,775
Private BDGI 27,367 15,225 42,592 5,634 3,188 8,822 2,276 229 2,505
Private JC 396 584 980 184 308 492 142 346 488

Grand Total 147,536 106,576 254,112 34,088 28,046 62,134 17,976 15,792 33,768



TABLE 19

PERCENTAGE OF ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN FLORIDA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
BY INSTITUTION, TYPE OF ENROLLMENT, AND SEX
FALL 1972

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


SUS 20.50 14.41 34.91 7.90 7.14 15.04 ..
Public CC & JC 26.64 21.31 47.94 37.60 32.37 69.97 46.07 45.06 91.14
Private BDGI 10.77 5.99 16.76 9.07 5.13 14.20 6.74 0.68 7.42
Private JC 0.15 0.23 0.39 0.29 0.50 0.79 0.42 1.03 1.44

Grand Total 58.06 41.94 100.00 54.86 45.14 100.00 53.23 46.77 100.00
% of Total Enrollment 58.06 41.94 100.00 13.41 11.04 24.45 7.07 6.22 13.29










TABLE 20

ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS FROM FLORIDA, OTHER STATES AND
COUNTRIES BY INSTITUTION
FALL 1972

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

State University System
FAMU 4,125 367 71 4,563 9.60
FAU 4,977 444 260 5,681 12.39
FIU 4,352 186 642 5,180 15.98
FSU 15,725 2,900 535 19,160 17.93
FTU 6,557 116 179 6,852 4.30

UF 21,730 1,274 566 23,570 7.81
UNF 1,936 26 35 1,997 3.06
USF 16,211 1,216 724 18,151 10.69
UWF 3,301 251 7 3,559 7.25

Public Community and Junior Colleges
Brevard CC 6,181 269 15 6,465 4.39
Broward CC 8,406 553 82 9,041 7.02
Central Florida CC 1,352 67 13 1,432 5.59
Chipola JC 1,044 56 2 1,102 5.26
Daytona Beach CC 2,416 186 19 2,621 7.82

Edison CC 1,751 138 9 1,898 7.74
Fla. JC at Jacksonville 8,822 322 50 9,194 4.05
Florida Keys CC 958 48 14 1,020 6.08
Gulf Coast CC 2,116 121 11 2,248 5,87
Hillsborough CC 5,792 270 6,062 4.45

Indian River CC 1,982 115 36 2,133 7.08
Lake City CC 1,469 129 9 1,607 8.59
Lake-Sumter CC 1,200 36 9 1,245 3.61
Manatee JC 2,931 189 5 3,125 6.21
Miami-Dade JC 25,846 1,114 1,065 28,025 7.78

North Florida JC 868 79 4 951 8.73
Okaloosa-Walton JC 2,275 16 2,291 .70
Palm Beach JC 6,374 328 38 6,740 5.43
Pasco-Hernando CC 702 8 710 1.13
Pensacola JC 5,517 161 22 5,700 3.21

Polk CC 3,417 87 3,504 2.48
St. Johns River JC 993 38 20 1,051 5.52
St. Petersburg JC 8,768 402 34 9,204 4.74





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TABLE 20 (continued)


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

Santa Fe JC 3,889 552 122 4,563 14.77
Seminole JC 2,331 74 11 2,416 3.52
South Florida JC 407 8 1 416 2.16
Tallahassee CC 2,635 88 28 2,751 4.22
Valencia CC 4,227 78 7 4,312 1.97

Private Baccalaureate Degree-Granting Institutions
Barry College 1,063 265 59 1,387 23.36
Bethune-Cookman C 990 200 26 1,216 18.59
Biscayne C 723 213 22 958 24.53
Eckerd C 393 584 18 995 60.50
Edward Waters C 598 36 2 636 5.98

Embry-Riddle Aero. Univ. 185 1,329 90 1,604 88.47
Fla. Inst. of Technology 807 1,495 44 2,346 65.60
Florida Memorial C 651 42 72 765 14.90
Florida Southern C 871 531 39 1,441 39.56
Jacksonville U 1,609 928 47 2,584 37.73

Jones C (Jacksonville) 1,349 92 12 1,453 7.16
Jones C (Orlando) 823 3 2 828 .60
New College 59 540 14 613 90.38
Nova U 133 23 5 161 17.39
Ringling School of Art 140 286 13 439 68.11

Rollins C 2,890 797 37 3,724 22.40
Saint Leo C 290 803 48 1,141 74.58
St. Vincent de Paul 43 12 7 62 30.64
South-Eastern Bible C 289 430 5 724 60.08
Stetson U 2,071 672 41 2,784 25.61

U of Miami 6,501 7,619 345 14,465 55.06
U of Tampa 1,148 1,063 55 2,266 49.34

Private Junior Colleges
Florida C 112 310 6 428 73.83
Marymount C 119 245 43 407 70.76
Webber C 45 90 10 145 68.97










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TABLE 21

TOTAL ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION
ALTERNATE YEARS 1962-1972

Institution 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972

State University System
FAMU 2,794 3,265 3,482 3,956 4,456 4,563
FAU 867 3,482 4,338 5,249 5,681
FIU .. 5,180
FSU 10,391 12,135 14,319 16,303 16,941 19,160
FTU 1,492 4,738 6,852

UF 13,826 15,701 18,039 19,848 22,255 23,570
UNF .... 1,997
USF 3,664 6,498 9,050 12,334 16,644 18,151
UWF ... 2,244 3,206 3,559

Public Community and Junior Colleges
Brevard CC 1,747 2,583 4,335 5,006 6,141 6,465
Broward CC 1,939 2,987 4,961 4,877 7,077 9,041
Central Florida CC 691 1,096 1,411 1,199 1,491 1,432
Chipola JC 726 944 1,252 1,236 1,152 1,102
Daytona Beach CC 1,256 1,587 2,321 2,338 2,478 2,621

Edison CC 498 940 1,197 1,194 1,427 1,898
Florida JC at Jacksonville 2,579 5,410 6,660 9,194
Florida Keys CC 609 691 969 1,020
Gulf Coast CC 722 1,028 1,576 1,971 2,011 2,248
Hillsborough CC .. 1,625 3,947 6,062

Indian River CC 431 682 971 1,217 1,676 2,133
Lake City CC 375 679 1,084 1,154 1,312 1,607
Lake-Sumter CC 280 576 854 1,030 1,174 1,245
Manatee JC 1,256 1,744 2,203 2,375 2,485 3,125
Miami-Dade JC 5,736 10,822 18,531 24,098 24,950 28,025

North Florida JC 706 1,114 1,126 1,208 951
Okaloosa-Walton JC 422 616 1,184 1,940 2,178 2,291
Palm Beach JC 2,676 3,623 4,691 5,279 5,494 6,740
Pasco-Hrnando CC ..... 710
Pensacola JC 2,860 3,435 4,418 4,595 5,412 5,700

Polk CC 1,067 2,256 2,963 3,476 3,504
St. Johns River JC 697 1,665 2,024 1,266 1,181 1,051
St. Petersburg JC 4,663 5,978 8,467 9,371 9,628 9,204







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TABLE 21 (continued)


Institution 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972

Santa Fe JC 1,099 2,084 3,295 4,563
Seminole JC 745 1,765 2,256 2,416
South Florida JC .. .. 283 386 440 416
Tallahassee CC 698 1,704 2,100 2,751
Valencia CC .. .. 1,761 3,216 4,312

Private Baccalaureate Degree-Granting Institutions
Barry C 818 1,006 1,144 1,224 1,260 1,387
Bethune-Cookman C 720 867 1,078 960 1,065 1,216
Biscayne C 128 339 352 420 958
Eckerd C (formerly Florida
Presbyterian C) 459 681 811 957 1,050 995
Edward Waters C 798 841 967 1,014 915 636

Embry-Riddle Aero. Univ. 204 159 758 800 1,560 1,604
Fla. Inst. of Technology 695 853 1,541 1,929 1,971 2,346
Florida Memorial C 341 327 480 756 756 765
Florida Southern C 2,031 1,765 1,650 1,695 1,344 1,441
Jacksonville U 2,105 2,311 2,627 2,915 3,137 2,584

Jones College
Jacksonville Div.* 652 735 .. 1,453
Orlando Div.** 256 241 . 828
New College .. 101 240 351 509 613
Nova U .. 19 62 161
Ringling School of Art 351 360 457 430 439

Rollins C 2,013 2,838 2,887 3,549 3,443 3,724
Saint Joseph C .. .. .. 268 .
Saint Leo C 560 1,108 1,220 1,171 1,141
St. Vincent de Paul 39 74 84 74 62
South-Eastern Bible C 310 456 594 592 724

Stetson U 2,096 2,225 2,420 2,405 2,862 2,784
U of Miami 12,053 11,763 11,465 15,149 16,035 14,465
U of Tampa 1,979 2,671 2,224 2,403 2,424 2,266
Webber CD 94 87 96 88 .












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TABLE 21 (continued)


Institution 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972

Private Junior Colleges
The College of Orlandol# 1,331 1,949 2,361 1,285 496 .
Florida College 268 346 370 402 443 428
Jones College
Jacksonville Div.** .. .. .. 1,036 1,608 .
Orlando Div.** .. 422 906
Marymount C 229 314 489 393 407
Saint Joseph . 314
Saint Leo C 323 . .
Webber C .. .. 79 145



Jones College shifted from PBDGI to Private JC in 1967.
**
Prior to 1971, Jones College, Jacksonville was a two year institution
and prior to 1972, Jones College, Orlando was a two year institution.
***
St. Joseph College shifted from PBDGI to Private JC in 1970 and
closed after the 1971-72 school year.
Webber College shifted from PBDGI to Private JC in 1970.
The College of Orlando closed after the 1970-71 school year.



























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TABLE 22

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA
FALL 1972


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


Alabama 26 7 184 38 28 32 315
Alaska 2 1 3 1 7
Arizona .. .. 6 3 7 2 18
Arkansas 3 16 1 9 1 5 35
California 5 10 65 1 18 1 27 15 142

Colorado 4 18 14 1 9 7 2 55
Connecticut 15 .. 53 3 29 39 3 142
Delaware 2 14 .6 7 29
Dist. of Columbia 15 1 12 12 11 51
Florida 4,125 4,977 4,352 15,725 6,557 21,730 1,936 16,211 3,301 78,914

Georgia 52 6 416 1 132 3 80 8 698
Hawaii .. .. 6 .. .. .. 3 1 10
Idaho 1 1 4 1 .. 3 10
Illinois 17 28 136 5 55 55 11 307
Indiana 3 15 59 31 28 3 139

Iowa 1 34 3 8 3 49
Kansas 5 1 11 8 11 2 38
Kentucky 3 2 55 19 1 14 3 97
Louisiana 5 2 55 2 28 18 3 113
Maine 2 9 5 6 22









TABLE 22 (continued)


State of Other
Geographical Area FAMU FAU FIU FSU FTU UF UNF USF UWF Total

Maryland 9 22 82 2 48 37 3 203
Massachusetts 8 62 2 37 72 7 188
Michigan 13 25 77 1 22 2 45 9 194
Minnesota 3 .. 32 1 8 1 17 6 68
Mississippi .. .. 53 1 16 2 4 76

Missouri 5 2 32 2 13 2 36 3 95
Montana .. .. .. .. 1 .. 1 2
Nebraska .. .. 10 4 5 2 21
Nevada .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4 4
New Hampshire .. 1 12 1 2 6 2 24

New Jersey 27 66 3 154 6 113 2 77 11 459
New Mexico .. 6 .. 3 9
New York 43 99 6 290 21 164 4 168 30 825
North Carolina 6 8 119 3 31 9 3 179
North Dakota .. 3 2 1 6

Ohio 7 33 1 134 6 77 1 91 22 372
Oklahoma 5 2 13 7 2 1 30
Oregon .. .. 15 1 5 2 23
Pennsylvania 51 41 6 148 3 95 5 100 14 463
Rhode Island 4 7 6 11 3 31

South Carolina 20 69 36 19 4 148
South Dakota .. .. 2 .. 1 2 5
Tennessee 4 7 .89 41 1 26 7 175
Texas 2 6 .66 .28 1 29 9 141
Utah .. .. 7 1 .. 1 1 10










TABLE 22 (continued)


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


Vermont 2 5 1 2 7 17
Virginia 13 10 169 1 80 43 1 317
Washington 1 22 4 9 3 39
West Virginia 1 .. .28 10 .6 45
Wisconsin 4 4 41 4 17 25 4 99
Wyoming .. .. 2 .. .. 1 3


U. S. Total 4,492 5,413 4,369 18,625 6,626 23,004 1,960 17,427 3,546 85,462

Canal Zone 1 .. .. 9 2 .. .. 12
Guam *
Puerto Rico 2 18 16 1 37
U. S. Virgin Islands 5 1 1 .. 7

Other Countries 63 260 642 507 179 547 35 724 6 2,963
Unclassified .8 169 47 .2 .6 232


Total 4,563 5,681 5,180 19,160 6,852 23,570 1,997 18,151 3,559 88,713







TABLE 23

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY
FALL 1972


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

Alachua 51 8 11 175 9 5,406 12 108 10 5,790 7.34
Baker 1 7 20 9 2 4 43 .05
Bay 30 4 252 2 128 21 122 559 .71
Bradford 7 6 12 .. 78 4 13 2 122 .15
Brevard 47 95 3 582 1,019 822 426 19 3,013 3.82

Broward 165 1,951 230 948 29 1,608 1 587 16 5,535 7.01
Calhoun 10 .. .. 23 14 2 5 54 .07
Charlotte 2 8 30 3 43 27 1 114 .14
Citrus 5 .. .. 34 2 38 18 3 100 .13
SClay 9 3 76 3 150 87 13 4 345 .44

Collier 19 23 5 87 4 61 73 3 275 .35
Columbia 21 3 50 114 6 5 16 215 .27
Dade 314 898 3,963 2,198 21 3,565 3 1,302 43 12,307 15.60
DeSoto 2 6 1 26 28 2 65 .08
Dixie 3 .. 3 25 1 32 .04

Duval 353 31 7 1,306 31 1,539 1,671 396 46 5,380 6.82
Escambia 112 9 1 305 4 269 2 41 1,869 2,612 3.31
Flagler 1 5 9 8 2 25 .03
Franklin 23 31 13 .. .. 3 70 .09
Gadsden 268 1 221 3 36 1 15 12 557 .71

Gilchrist 1 .. .. 5 .. 24 .. 2 1 33 .04
Glades 1 2 1 3 5 .. 3 .. 15 .02







TABLE 23 (continued)


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


Gulf 14 28 .. 10 .. 1 12 65 .08
Hamilton 19 1 4 .18 4 46 .06
Hardee 6 2 .. 11 1 18 .. 43 .. 81 .10
Hendry 8 7 1 12 4 28 .. 11 .. 71 .09
Hernando 6 2 20 4 33 64 2 131 .17

Highlands 13 14 46 11 68 40 9 201 .26
Hillsborough 244 23 7 597 7 868 1 5,944 15 7,706 9.76
Holmes 1 .. .. 18 15 2 22 58 .07
Indian River 13 32 51 11 87 35 4 233 .30
Jackson 56 3 126 .51 9 73 318 .40

Jefferson 50 .. .. 72 17 .. 3 142 .18
Lafayette .. .. 14 6 1 21 .03
Lake 58 9 1 144 90 145 3 57 6 513 .65
Lee 23 64 6 165 5 200 204 19 686 .87
Leon 1,094 6 6 3,154 2 109 1 71 11 4,454 5.64

Levy 6 .. 1 23 1 68 3 1 103 .13
Liberty 3 22 .. 6 *. 1 32 .04
Madison 63 2 60 .25 1 5 1 157 .20
Manatee 32 15 133 2 143 306 11 642 .81
Marion 75 8 134 19 350 5 44 27 662 .84

Martin 10 63 1 36 1 72 1 46 230 .29
Monroe 6 31 18 85 3 68 2 46 4 263 .33
Nassau 11 1 1 44 2 74 37 9 2 181 .23
Okaloosa 9 2 358 2 174 1 31 343 920 1.17
Okeechobee 18 12 22 .. 3 2 57 .07








TABLE 23 (continued)


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


Orange 173 26 6 756 3,647 884 4 432 16 5,944 7.53
Osceola 1 1 21 85 30 1 17 156 .20
Palm Beach 134 1,361 11 575 35 949 1 269 5 3,340 4.23
Pasco 21 5 1 36 3 68 285 2 421 .53
Pinellas 92 60 9 972 34 1,083 2 3,470 43 5,765 7.30

Polk 165 27 451 83 502 1 887 13 2,129 2.70
Putnam 16 8 63 3 167 17 14 1 289 .37
Saint Johns 24 3 82 6 112 41 10 3 281 .36
Saint Lucie 68 63 60 6 133 1 15 1 347 .44
Santa Rosa 12 59 32 1 2 361 467 .59

Sarasota 18 15 5 272 11 285 374 8 988 1.25
Seminole 9 7 1 134 900 189 8 74 7 1,329 1.68
Sumter 15 1 14 8 29 26 93 .12
Suwannee 19 1 45 .. 52 1 4 6 128 .16
Taylor 18 ... 82 1 41 1 1 2 146 .18

Union 1 ... 6 1 32 3 2 2 47 .06
Volusia 41 52 2 277 356 446 6 173 9 1,362 1.73
Wakulla 10 33 2 45 .06
Walton 18 45 12 124 .16
Washington 5 1 16 15 60 .08

Unclassified .. 1 55 .. 70 .. 93 .. 219 .28

Total 4,125 4,977 4,352 15,725 6,557 21,730 1,936 16,211 3,301 78,914 100.00









TABLE 24

FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1964-1972


Fall of: 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

FAMU Enrol. 2,996 3,248 3,100 3,338 3,484 3,731 4,006 4,071 4,125
% 91.8 90.5 89.0 88.2 88.1 87.6 89.9 91.9 90.4

FAU Enrol. 844 2,301 3,350 3,954 3,999 4,566 4,674 5,048 4,977
% 97.3 96.2 96.2 95.4 92.2 90.3 89.0 88.1 87.6

FIU Enrol. 4,352
% 84.0
FSU Enrol. 9,750 10,575 11,567 12,129 13,317 14,008 14,311 15,121 15,725
% 80.3 80.1 80.8 79.8 81.7 82.4 84.5 82.8 82.1
FTU Enrol. . 1,456 3,462 4,689 5,917 6,557
%. 97.6 96.0 99.0 97.5 95.7

UF Enrol. 13,292 14,242 15,897 17,050 17,980 18,915 20,162 21,718 21,730
% 84.7 84.4 88.1 89.7 90.6 91.1 90.6 92.4 92.2

UNF Enrol. . . 1,936
% 97.0

USF Enrol. 6,264 7,496 8,646 10,040 11,519 13,022 15,103 15,868 16,211
% 96.4 96.2 95.5 94.1 93.4 91.3 90.7 91.0 89.3

UWF Enrol. . 1,216 2,113 2,629 2,999 2,777 3,301
. 92.3 94.2 93.1 93.5 93.1 92.8








TABLE 25

NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES
1964-1972


Fall of: 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

FAU Enrol. 269 340 382 445 472 529 450 358 438
% 8.2 9.5 11.0 11.8 11.9 12.4 10.1 8.1 9.6

PAU Enrol. 23 91 132 190 339 491 575 684 704
% 2.7 3.8 3.8 4.6 7.8 9.7 11.0 11.9 12.4

FIU Enrol. . .. 828
% .. ... .. 16.0

FSU Enrol. 2,397 2,695 2,752 3,073 2,987 3,002 2,630 3,138 3,435
% 19.7 19.9 19.2 20.2 18.3 17.7 15.5 17.2 17.9
FTU Enol. 36 146 49 151 295
%.... 2.4 4.1 1.0 2.5 4.3
UF Enrol. 2,409 2,632 2,142 1,954 1,868 1,854 2,093 1,778 1,840
% 15.3 15.6 11.9 11.3 9.4 8.9 9.4 7.6 7.8
UNF Enrol. 61
% 3.0

USF Enrol. 234 296 404 628 815 1,243 1,540 1,560 1,940
% 3.6 3.8 4.5 5.9 6.6 8.7 9.3 9.0 10.7

UWF Enrol.. 102 131 196 207 207 258
% 7.7 5.8 6.9 6.5 6.9 7.2







TABLE 26
ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
1964-1972


Institution 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

FAMU 3,265 3,588 3,482 3,783 3,956 4,260 4,456 4,429 4,563
FAU 867 2,392 3,482 4,144 4,338 5,057 5,249 5,732 5,681
FIU . . . .. 5,180
FSU 12,135 13,200 14,319 15,202 16,303 17,010 16,941 18,259 19,160
FTU .. .. .. 1,492 3,608 4,738 6,068 6,852
UF 15,701 16,874 18,039 19,004 19,848 20,769 22,255 23,496 23,570
UNF .. .. . 1,997
USF 6,498 7,795 9,050 10,668 12,334 14,265 16,643 17,428 18,151
UWF .. 1,318 2,244 2,825 3,206 2,984 3,559

Total 38,466 43,849 48,372 54,119 60,515 67,794. 73,488 78,396 88,713


Un
TABLE 27
PERCENTAGE OF ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
1964-1972

Institution 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

FAMU 8.84 8.18 7.19 6.99 6.54 6.28 6.06 5.65 5.14
FAU 2.25 5.45 7.19 7.66 7.17 7.46 7.14 7.31 6.40
FIU . 5.84
FSU 31.54 30.10 29.60 28.09 26.94 25.09 23.05 23.29 21.60
FTU . 2.47 5.32 6.45 7.74 7.73
UF 40.81 38.48 37.29 35.16 32.80 30.64 30.29 29.97 26.57
UNF . 2.25
USF 16.89 17.77 18.70 19.71 20.38 21.04 22.65 22.23 20.46
UWF . 2.44 3.71 4.17 4.36 3.81 4.01






























CHAPTER IV


FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT









CHAPTER IV

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT


A first-time-in-college (FTIC) student is an on-campus student who

initially enrolls at an institution of higher learning in courses for

college credit and has never been previously enrolled in any kind of

college or university. A student is counted only once as an FTIC enrollee.

Subsequent enrollment by the student in any institution of higher learning

does not constitute a FTIC enrollment.

Tables 28 through 31 contain an extensive examination of geographic

breakdowns of current FTIC enrollment. FTIC data by state for each type

of institution make up the first table, Table 28, of Chapter IV. Moreover,

Table 29 furnishes the same kind of information for the separate SUS insti-

tutions. With the exception of Florida, New York, with 1,614 FTIC enrollees,

accounted for more FTIC student in Florida than any other state (Table 28).

Not surprisingly the University of Florida, with a FTIC registration of

2,709, listed more FTIC students than any other SUS school (Table 29).

Table 30 has FTIC information by county for each class of instruction,

whereas the county data for the individual SUS schools fills Table 31.

Tables 32 through 34 chronicle some of the recent history of FTIC

enrollment in Florida. Table 32 reviews total FTIC enrollment percentages

dating back to 1958, while Table 33, covering the same time period, con-

cerns itself with Florida FTIC registration per cents. Accordingly

historical non-Florida FTIC data, appearing in percentage form, follow in

Table 34. Adhering to the existing trend, the public sector, particularly

the public community and junior colleges, continued to enroll a larger and



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larger percentage of the total FTIC enrollment (Table 32). A closer

inspection shows that the Florida students were the primary contributors

to this flow toward the public sector (Table 33), while non-Florida

FTIC students maintained a tendency towards the private baccalaureate

degree-granting schools (Table 34).

Past and present FTIC enrollment figures by geographic area comprise

Tables 35 and 36. Table 35, which has FTIC data by state, precedes Florida

FTIC county totals found in Table 36. Table 35 indicates a substantial

FTIC registration increase of 4,831 students this year over last year.

This occurred after a net decrease of 894 students last year over the year

before. Florida FTIC enrollment alone increased 3,620 or 7.5 per cent

over the 1971 figure of 47,959, which represented only a 0.5 per cent

increase over 1970 Florida FTIC enrollment. Chapter IV ends with Table 37

which shows FTIC enrollment by institution in alternate years. An exami-

nation of Table 37 reveals that Miami-Dade Junior College enrolls 3,674

more FTIC students than any other school in the state.























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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 1972


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

Alabama 27 76 62 33 198
Alaska 1 3 5 .. 9
Arizona 6 6 5 17
Arkansas 1 14 8 8 31
California 7 41 44 18 110

Colorado 6 12 14 2 34
Connecticut 36 71 306 12 425
Delaware 16 24 4 44
Dist. of Columbia 14 8 26 .48
Florida 8,194 39,993 3,269 123 51,579

Georgia 97 127 179 11 414
Hawaii .. 3 5 .. 8
Idaho .. 5 1 2 8
Illinois 26 118 235 15 394
Indiana 13 120 75 20 22'

Iowa 2 18 16 3 39
Kansas 3 10 10 1 24
Kentucky 11 33 45 17 106
Louisiana 5 19 17 4 45
Maine 4 15 19 2 40

Maryland 30 67 201 9 307
Massachusetts 29 83 228 5 345
Michigan 18 79 68 8 173
Minnesota 4 19 26 1 50
Mississippi 1 15 7 1 24

Missouri 11 31 44 11 97
Montana 1 1 3 5
Nebraska 7 5. 13
Nevada 1 4 4 9
New Hampshire 1 13 22 .. 36

New Jersey 68 301 903 22 1,294
New Mexico 1 5 7 1 14
New York 106 500 982 26 1,614
North Carolina 16 44 76 12 1 8
North Dakota 1 1



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TABLE 28 (continued)


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

Ohio 61 149 253 20 483
Oklahoma 6 10 8 1 25
Oregon 1 2 4 2 9
Pennsylvania 95 189 484 17 785
Rhode Island 6 16 43 1 66

South Carolina 25 34 61 5 125
South Dakota 2 2 4
Tennessee 30 36 44 13 123
Texas 10 31 39 11 91
Utah 1 1 1 3

Vermont 1 16 12 1 30
Virginia 51 85 211 10 357
Washington 2 8 3 .13
West Virginia 4 13 21 3 41
Wisconsin 15 28 45 1 89
Wyoming 2 4 .. 6

U. S. Total 9,043 42,499 8,177 462 60,181

Canal Zone 1 5 9 2 17
Guam .. .
Puerto Rico 3 19 30 4 56
U. S. Virgin Islands 2 3 15 1 21

Other Countries 295 409 178 23 905
Unclassified 541 413* 954

Total 9,344 43,476 8,822 492 62,134


This figure includes 297 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University FTIC
students whose residences are unknown to the reporting institution.














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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 1972


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


Alabama 8 11 .5 3 27 .29
Alaska .. .. 1 .. 1 .01
Arizona .
Arkansas .. .. 1 1 .01
California 1 1 .. 1 4 7 .08

Colorado 1 2 1 2 6 .06
Connecticut 9 9 3 8 7 36 .39
Delaware .. . . .
Dist. of Columbia 12 .. 1 1 14 .15.
Florida 830 1,861 799 2,421 2,283 8,194 87.69

Georgia 11 49 22 15 97 1.04
Hawaii . .
Idaho .
Illinois 8 8 .. 10 26 .28
Indiana 2 9 2 .. 13 .14

Iowa .. 1 1 .. 2 .02
Kansas 2 1 . 3 .03
Kentucky 1 4 .2 4 11 .12
Louisiana 2 .2 1 5 .06
Maine 2 2 .. 4 .04

Maryland 3 5 22 .30 .32
Massachusetts 5 .6 18 29 .31
Michigan 6 6 1 1 4 18 .19
Minnesota .. 1 .. .. 3 4 .04
Mississippi 1 .. .. 1 .01

Missouri 1 3 1 2 4 11 .12
Montana .. .. 1 1 .01
Nebraska .. .. .. .. 1 1 .01
Nevada .. .. .. .. 1 1 .01
New Hampshire 1 .. .. .. 1 .01

New Jersey 14 25 4 25 .68 .73
New Mexico 1 .. .. .. 1 .01
New York 18 33 5 50 106 1.14
North Carolina 1 12 1 2 16 .17
North Dakota .. .. 1 1 .01






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TABLE 29 (continued)


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


Ohio 4 12 21 24 61 .65
Oklahoma 4 2 .. .. .. 6 .06
Oregon 1 . 1 .01
Pennsylvania 20 18 1 32 24 95 1.02
Rhode Island .. .. 3 3 6 .06

South Carolina 5 7 7 6 25 .27
South Dakota .
Tennessee 14 11 5 30 .32
Texas 1 3 5 1 10 .11
Utah

Vermont .. 1 1 .01
Virginia 5 17 1 27 1 51 .55
Washington .. 1 .. 1 2 .02
West Virginia 2 2 4 .04
Wisconsin 1 2 1 5 6 15 .16
Wyoming .. .. ..


U. S. Total 968 2,132 817 2,702 2,424 9,043 96.78

Canal Zone 1 .. .. .. 1 .01
Guam . . .. .
Puerto Rico .. 1 .. 2 .3 .03
U. S. Virgin Islands 2 .. .. .. .. 2 .02

Other Countries 11 19 14 5 246 295 3.16
Unclassified .

Total 982 2,152 831 2,709 2,670 9,344 100.00



Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University, the
University of North Florida 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 1972

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

Alachua 199 713 16 3 931 1.80
Baker .46 46 .09
Bay 44 580 5 629 1.22
Bradford 11 95 .. .. 106 .21
Brevard 375 2,798 187 2 3,362 6.52

Broward 601 3,941 249 20 4,811 9.33
Calhoun 4 37 .. .. 41 .08
Charlotte 24 108 9 1 142 .27
Citrus 15 65 3 .83 .16
Clay 38 241 22 .301 .58

Collier 42 110 23 2 177 .34
Columbia 10 208 3 221 .43
Dade 1,082 6,610 521 4 8,217 15.93
DeSoto 7 58 2 67 .13
Dixie 4 25 1 30 .06

Duval 442 2,574 770 3 3,789 7.35
Escambia 110 1,736 23 1,869 3.62
Flagler 2 22 24 .05
Franklin 8 12 1 .21 .04
Gadsden 85 79 2 166 .32

Gilchrist 4 31 2 2 39 .08
Glades 1 3 .. 4 .01
Gulf 3 64 67 .13
Hamilton 9 24 3 36 .07
Hardee 5 34 1 40 .08








TABLE 30 (continued)


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

Hendry 16 47 2 .65 .13
Hernando 17 122 10 1 150 .29
Highlands 27 118 5 2 152 .30
Hillsborough 1,186 2,573 114 30 3,903 7.57
Holmes 1 39 40 .08

Indian River 33 278 10 1 322 .62
Jackson 12 190 3 .205 .40
Jefferson 23 24 3 50 .10
Lafayette .12 12 .02
Lake 63 357 25 2 447 .87

Lee 80 476 16 2 574 1.11
Leon 399 569 4 972 1.88
Levy 15 42 1 58 .11
Liberty 1 16 .. 17 .03
Madison 13 78 1 92 .18

Manatee 49 687 12 748 1.45
Marion 56 464 12 532 1.03
Martin 28 218 12 258 .50
Monroe 33 331 12 376 .73
Nassau 40 112 14 166 .32

Okaloosa 89 738 12 1 840 1.63
Okeechobee 2 106 2 110 .21
Orange 888 1,834 228 5 2,955 5.73
Osceola 24 8 16 48 .09
Palm Beach 283 1,711 95 25 2,114 4.10








TABLE 30 (continued)


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

Pasco 65 440 29 2 536 1.04
Pinellas 665 2,924 129 5 3,723 7.22
Polk 289 1,234 101 5 1,629 3.16
Putnam 14 179 7 .200 .39
Saint Johns 29 119 19 .167 .32

Saint Lucie 31 497 18 .546 1.06
Santa Rosa 10 348 4 .362 .70
Sarasota 163 784 37 3 987 1.91
Seminole 182 455 27 1 665 1.29
Sumter 5 94 99 .19

Suwannee 14 81 95 .18
Taylor 23 68 3 .94 .18
SUnion 3 72 1 76 .15
Volusia 155 1,130 131 1 1,417 2.75
Wakulla 5 17 22 .04

Walton 16 81 1 .98 .19
Washington 4 54 2 .60 .12

Unclassified 18 52 308* 378 .73

Total 8,194 39,993 3,269** 123 51,579 100.00



This figure includes 233 Florida Memorial College and 75 Ringling School of Art FTIC students
whose residences in Florida are unknown to the respective reporting institution.
**
This figure does not include any students from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, which could
not provide any breakdown of FTIC students.









TABLE 31

ORIGIN OF STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ON-CAMPUS
ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY
FALL 1972


County FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Totals % of Total

Alachua 4 28 1 162 4 199 2.43
Baker .. . .
Bay 5 15 1 22 1 44 .54
Bradford 1 2 .6 2 11 .13
Brevard 15 78 90 132 60 375 4.58

Broward 48 153 5 280 115 601 7.34
Calhoun 4 .. .. .. .. 4 .05
Charlotte 1 11 .6 6 24 .29
Citrus 2 5 .5 3 15 .18
o Clay 2 16 .18 2 38 .46

Collier 3 15 3 12 9 42 .51
Columbia 3 4 .3 .. 10 .12
Dade 68 312 3 492 207 1,082 13.21
DeSoto .. .. 1 4 2 7 .09
Dixie 2 1 1 .. 4 .05

Duval 47 167 6 159 63 442 5.39
Escambia 39 32 .32 7 110 1.34
Flagler .. 1 1 2 .02
Franklin 3 5 .. .. .. 8 .10
Gadsden 52 16 1 5 11 85 1.04

Gilchrist .2 .. 1 1 4 .05
Glades .. .. 1 .. .. 1 .01
Gulf 1 .. .. 2 .. 3 .04
Hamilton 5 4 9 .11
Hardee .. 1 1 3 5 .06









TABLE 31 (continued)


County FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total* % of Total

Hendry 2 3 2 6 3 16 .20
Hernando 2 3 1 2 9 17 .21
Highlands 1 10 2 11 3 27 .33
Hillsborough 38 104 .151 893 1,186 14.47
Holmes .. 1 .. 1 .01

Indian River 2 9 2 15 5 33 .40
Jackson 5 3 .3 1 12 .15
Jefferson 8 9 .6 .23 .28
Lafayette . .
Lake 12 20 3 12 16 63 .77

Lee 9 13 26 32 80 .98
Leon 199 181 .12 7 399 4.87
O Levy 3 4 8 15 .18
Liberty .. 1 .. .. .. 1 .01
Madison 11 1 .. .. 1 13 .16

Manatee 4 13 12 20 49 .60
Marion 17 8 2 19 10 56 .68
Martin 1 4 14 9 28 .34
Monroe 1 15 12 5 33 .40
Nassau 4 3 1 27 5 40 .49

Okaloosa 3 50 32 4 89 1.09
Okeechobee 1 1 2 .02
Orange 51 103 494 158 82 888 10.84
Osceola 1 2 10 8 3 24 .29
Palm Beach 33 77 3 121 49 283 3.45








TABLE 31 (continued)


County FAMU FSU FTU UF USF Total* % of Total

Pasco 4 7 1 8 45 65 .79
Pinellas 22 121 3 171 348 665 8.12
Polk 36 68 6 46 133 289 3.53
Putnam 5 2 .5 2 14 .17
Saint Johns 8 8 .. 10 3 29 .35

Saint Lucie 16 7 .8 31 .38
Santa Rosa .8 .2 .. 10 .12
Sarasota 2 43 2 52 64 163 1.99
Seminole 20 120 27 15 182 2.22
Sumter 2 1 2 5 .06

Suwannee 1 5 8 14 .17
Taylor 3 10 .. 10 .23 .28
o0 Union .. .. 3 3 .04
0 Volusia 12 43 17 65 18 155 1.89
Wakulla 4 1 .. .. .. 5 .06

Walton 3 13 .. 16 .20
Washington .2 .2 4 .05

Unclassified 18 .. .. 18 .22

Total 830 1,861 799 2,421 2,283 8,194 100.00



Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University, the University of North Florida,
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
1958-1972


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

1958 31.9% 28.6% 60.5% 34.4% 5.1% 39.5%
1959 31.3 28.5 59.8 35.0 5.2 40.2
1960 31.7 35.6 67.3 29.3 3.4 32.7
1961 28.6 41.6 70.2 25.9 3.9 29.8
1962 23.6 50.7 74.3 21.8 3.9 25.7
1963 22.2 49.8 72.0 21.2 6.8 28.0
1964 21.9 54.8 76.7 19.7 3.6 23.3
1965 18.8 58.5 77.3 19.0 3.7 22.7
1966 15.0 62.8 77.8 19.2 3.0 22.2
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
1972 15.0 70.0 85.0 14.2 0.8 15.0









TABLE 33

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS
ENROLLMENT IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1958-1972


State Public Public Private Baccalaureate Private Private
Fall Universtiy 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
1962 24.9 57.0 81.9 14.3 3.8 18.1
1963 23.3 56.1 79.4 13.5 7.1 20.6
1964 23.1 61.6 84.7 11.9 3.4 15.3
1965 20.1 65.3 85.4 11.2 3.4 14.6
1966 16.4 69.4 85.8 11.4 2.8 14.2
1967 16.2 72.5 88.7 8.2 3.1 11.3
1968 17.0 72.7 89.7 7.7 2.6 10.3
1969 17.6 73.5 91.1 7.2 1.7 8.9
1970 19.5 70.8 90.3 7.3 2.4 9.7
1971 17.2 75.4 92.6 6.8 0.6 7.4
1972 15.9 77.5 93.4 6.4 0.2 6.6







TABLE 34

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE NON-FLORIDA ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT
IN EACH TYPE OF INSTITUTION
1958-1972


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
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
1972 10.9 33.0 43.9 52.6 3.5 56.1










TABLE 35

ORIGIN OF FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
BY STATE OR OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA
1965-1972


State or Other
Geographical Area 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

Alabama 248 214 179 150 189 200 211 198
Alaska 6 3 4 4 4 8 4 9
Arizona 7 11 16 8 12 18 11 17
Arkansas 19 18 17 19 23 16 25 31
California 50 62 73 75 85 119 107 110

Colorado 16 24 23 23 23 28 30 34
Connecticut 256 299 319 362 358 390 338 425
Delaware 38 43 64 47 56 59 33 44
Dist. of Columbia 68 57 65 64 57 46 51 48
Florida 34,609 37,518 39,081 41,746 44,403 47,729 47,957 51,579

Georgia 442 413 433 433 456 389 402 414
Hawaii 4 7 8 7 12 15 11 8
Idaho .3 11 7 6 3 8 8
Illinois 292 295 349 392 389 381 382 394
Indiana 130 181 167 194 206 219 220 228

Iowa 15 22 35 25 41 34 38 39
Kansas 14 15 9 15 26 18 22 24
Kentucky 72 90 86 100 119 111 100 106
Louisiana 36 36 37 48 61 50 47 45
Maine 35 42 67 63 62 48 46 40

Maryland 159 169 200 240 350 313 289 307
Massachusetts 254 278 348 335 417 347 324 345
Michigan 113 123 126 155 181 161 205 173
Minnesota 24 27 40 32 41 40 55 50
Mississippi 37 45 45 27 40 31 45 24

Missouri 38 44 74 69 69 76 81 97
Montana 2 4 6 5 4 3 5
Nebraska 5 10 11 16 12 11 12 13
Nevada 4 1 3 4 8 2 5 9
New Hampshire 24 25 35 42 48 38 25 36

New Jersey 928 1,076 1,288 1,294 1,328 1,346 1,204 1,294
New Mexico 10 9 10 7 11 6 9 14
New York 1,081 1,451 1,542 1,760 2,013 1,730 1,650 1,614
North Carolina 155 141 143 153 151 168 163 148
North Dakota 3 3 3 1 9 6 1 1



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TABLE 35.(continued)


State or Other
Geographical Area 1965 1966 ...1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

Ohio 271 310 371 406 484 455 431 483
Oklahoma 14 12 7 13 26 21 22 25
Oregon 5 4 10 5 8 13 11 9
Pennsylvania 465 498 562 640 715 673 669 785
Rhode Island 42 41 31 51 53 59 59 66

South Carolina 106 117 118 127 126 126 95 125
South Dakota 4 2 8 4 5 7 2 4
Tennessee 104 127 120 108 129 128 113 123
Texas 57 61 63 68 71 96 85 91
Utah 1 2 4 4 1 1 3 3

Vermont 13 14 18 27 17 30 18 30
Virginia 319 261 318 320 280 353 340 357
Washington 8 12 17 28 18 19 18 13
West Virginia 43 39 42 34 45 37 38 41
Wisconsin 49 71 59 76 74 71 73 89
Wyoming 1 1 3 3 2 2 3 6

U. S. Total 40,696 44,331 46,662 49,837 53,325 56,251 56,094 60,181

Canal Zone 8 10 6 8 9 16 11 17
Guam 1 3 .. 9 1 .
Puerto Rico 25 45 25 22 33 65 46 56
U. S. Virgin Islands 2 2 1 4 15 16 12 21

Other Countries 511 337 366 428 541 646 620 905
Unclassified 123 501 7 195 51 1,194 519 954**

Total 41,365 45,226 47,068 50,497 53,974* 58,197 57,303 62,134


Includes 82 transfer students enrolled at Florida Southern College.
This figure includes 297 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University FTIC
students whose residences are unknown to the reporting institution.











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TABLE 36

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
BY COUNTY
1965-1972


County 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

Alachua 424 763 840 619 703 869 908 931
Baker 38 36 42 34 56 39 35 46
Bay 634 584 511 605 667 607 611 629
Bradford 58 58 26 68 92 106 77 106
Brevard 1,503 1,943 3,399 3,231 3,223 4,113 3,397 3,362

Broward 2,713 2,824 2,553 2,777 3,126 3,225 3,382 4,811
Calhoun 42 58 43 56 43 36 50 41
Charlotte 82 89 91 93 71 76 88 142
Citrus 58 65 56 56 75 62 74 83
Clay 173 158 144 156 231 220 256 301

Collier 115 123 147 204 123 144 132 177
Columbia 184 165 168 179 229 189 204 221
Dade 6,388 6,967 7,612 8,023 8,691 9,187 9,423 8,217
DeSoto 61 44 38 57 18 44 73 '67
Dixie 42 40 16 31 28 26 20 30

Duval 2,357 3,481 3,295 3,398 3,709 3,837 4,178 3,789
Escambia 1,280 1,276 1,379 1,298 1,308 1,189 803 1,869
Flagler 30 27 29 14 20 22 26 24
Franklin 20 29 40 36 26 15 32 21
Gadsden 131 151 141 161 166 149 172 166

Gilchrist 20 24 15 20 17 23 18 39
Glades 11 9 14 13 5 8 2 4
Gulf 72 96 60 61 126 54 54 67
Hamilton 52 25 31 28 32 50 36 36
Hardee 76 60 90 68 63 72 51 40

Hendry 33 58 27 46 48 41 32 65
Hernando 39 56 60 48 81 64 73 150
Highlands 102 57 153 128 144 155 155 152
Hillsborough 2,351 2,370 2,276 3,151 3,580 3,261 3,416 3,903
Holmes 76 66 52 59 56 1< 62 40

Indian River 176 163 219 170 179 185 217 322
Jackson 210 235 230 220 255 2/2 218 205
Jefferson 59 27 36 38 51 55 60 50
Lafayette 15 18 21 23 21 18 21 12
Lake 361 371 413 371 367 485 404 447





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TABLE 36 (continued)


County 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

Lee 506 471 444 673 399 439 496 574
Leon 521 725 623 686 813 847 908 972
Levy 60 77 39 45 58 86 49 58
Liberty 13 13 8 11 10 17 17 17
Madison 93 91 82 95 90 99 104 92

Manatee 454 508 535 583 483 603 639 748
Marion 442 484 426 389 438 533 496 532
Martin 92 82 99 136 111 96 159 258
Monroe 441 253 216 340 393 243 429 376
Nassau 82 125 91 87 100 95 107 166

Okaloosa 581 569 592 667 691 762 836 840
Okeechobee 42 145 55 41 41 26 36 110
Orange 1,837 1,954 2,265 2,785 2,648 3,378 2,782 2,955
Osceola 80 90 90 93 140 110 49 48
Palm Beach 1,842 1,852 1,769 1,862 1,903 1,992 2,125 2,114

Pasco 122 133 156 163 175 219 219 536
Pinellas 2,783 2,595 2,682 2,686 2,921 3,198 3,225 3,723
Polk 1,300 1,277 1,261 1,361 1,470 1,756 1,573 1,629
Putnam 209 257 192 200 299 233 248 200
Saint Johns 233 172 196 169 218 190 176 167

Saint Lucie 313 277 266 308 270 261 312 546
Santa Rosa 261 266 240 195 226 168 448 362
Sarasota 549 578 644 595 598 772 1,019 987
Seminole 245 416 434 500 536 810 626 665
Sumter 80 76 57 79 129 112 109 99

Suwannee 97 88 67 99 100 86 129 95
Taylor 83 69 102 75 111 101 96 94
Union 27 81 44 57 27 84 42 76
Volusia 981 1,034 925 957 1,099 1,074 1,488 1,417
Wakulla 19 26 18 32 19 7 32 22

Walton 135 132 87 110 93 97 93 98
Washington 56 51 59 59 51 69 75 60

Unclassified 44 35 50 24 64 251 57 378*

Total 34,609 37,518 39,081 41,702 44,354 47,729 47,959 51,579**


*This figure includes 233 Florida Memorial College and 75 Ringling School of
Art FTIC students whose residences in Florida are unknown to the
respective reporting institutions.
**
This figure does not include any students from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University which could not provide any breakdown of FTIC students.













TABLE 37

FIRST-TIME-IN-COLLEGE ENROLLMENTS BY INSTITUTION
ALTERNATE YEARS 1962-1972


Institution 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972

State University System
FAMU 466 795 538 843 1,067 982
FAU .
FIU *
FSU 1,995 2,206 1,864 2,067 2,143 2,152
FTU .. .. 470 1,688 831
UF 2,478 2,764 2,699 2,873 2,888 2,709
UNF *
USF 1,059 1,706 1,695 1,593 2,428 2,670
UWF . .

Public Community and Junior Colleges
Brevard CC 682 942 1,527 2,602 3,324 2,904
Broward CC 765 900 1,973 1,719 3,042 3,929
Central Fla. CC 327 435 617 429 617 572
Chipola JC 310 435 550 472 459 360
Daytona Beach CC 512 644 797 788 824 1,273

Edison CC 321 360 566 854 435 735
Florida JC 1,644 2,025 2,200 2,738
Florida Keys CC .. 201 276 188 329
Gulf Coast CC 305 352 679 690 677 696
Hillsborough CC .. 1,158 1,375 2,626

Indian River CC 178 298 394 553 409 1,150
Lake City CC 244 344 460 447 508 561
Lake-Sumter CC 154 259 331 353 465 432
Manatee JC 427 688 1,017 1,103 1,221 1,582
Miami-Dade JC 2,710 4,131 6,631 7,784 8,239 7,603

North Florida JC 182 308 390 478 490 343
Okaloosa-Walton JC .401 529 607 693 699
Palm Beach JC 987 1,359 1,796 1,729 1,692 1,858
Pasco-Hernando CC .. .. .. .. 413
Pensacola JC 1,182 1,426 1,586 1,590 1,394 2,372

Polk CC 707 979 1,099 1,320 1,237
St. Johns River JC 343 860 748 430 452 397
St. Petersburg JC 2,024 2,332 3,208 2,991 3,073 3,448
Santa Fe JC .. 604 692 1,416 1,954
Seminole JC 533 679 958 769




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TABLE 37 (continued)


Institution 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972

South Florida JC 188 157 198 207
Tallahassee CC .. 448 463 555 761
Valencia CC .. .. .. 844 1,059 1,528

Private Baccalaureate Degree-Granting Institutions
Barry C 216 203 197 173 122 185
Bethune-Cookman C 184 196 385 210 429 373
Biscayne C 102 159 121 139 154
Eckerd College (formerly Florida
Presbyterian C) 250 247 265 270 279 221
Edward Waters C 243 231 303 333 238 155

Embry-Riddle Aero. Univ. 71 25 543 176 394 297
Fla. Inst. of Technology 105 120 396 570 730 979
Florida Memorial C 87 51 131 223 160 241
Florida Southern C 747 610 465 427 1,280 464
Jacksonville U 563 438 432 547 585 598

Jones College
Jacksonville Div.** 194 425 .. 397
Orlando Div.** 218 190 78
New College 101 109 307 224 220
Nova University
Ringling School of Art 112 127 156 150 228

Rollins C 428 432 466 435 459 477
Saint Joseph C 163 .
Saint Leo C 342 551 411 500 364
St. Vincent de Paul
South-Eastern Bible C 126 187 233 180 227

Stetson U 430 470 434 439 438 425
U of Miami 1,660 1,864 2,160 2,160 2,027 2,153
U of Tampa 489 501 618 600 546 586
Webber C# 50 61 46 50 .













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TABLE 37 (continued)


Institution 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972

Private Junior Colleges
The College of Orlando## 638 910 994 448 169 .
Florida Colle e 127 170 188 185 248 245
Jones College
Jacksonville Div.** .. .. 362 781
Orlando Div.** .. .. 370 212
Marymount C 135 159 295 196 172
Saint Joseph C*** .. .. .. .. 167
Saint Leo C 216. .
Webber C# .. .. .. .. 47 75



Jones College shifted from PBDGI to Private JC in 1967.
Prior to 1971, Jones College, Jacksonville was a two year institution
and prior to 1972, Jones College, Orlando was a two year institution.

St. Joseph College shifted from PBDGI to Private JC in 1970 and
closed after the 1971-72 school year.
Webber College shifted from PBDGI to Private JC in 1970.

#The College of Orlando closed after the 1970-71 school year.



























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CHAPTER V


GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT












CHAPTER V

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT


A graduate student is an on-campus student who has enrolled in at

least one graduate level course for college credit after earning a

baccalaureate or higher degree.

Table 38 includes SUS versus PBDGI graduate enrollment as well as

total graduate enrollment for each state. Table 39 yields the same com-

parisons for Florida graduate students by county. Table 38 indicates

that a total of 19,137 students enrolled in graduate school in Florida

this year; moreover, SUS institutions accounted for over 75 per cent of

these students. More than 76 per cent of the Florida residents who

registered for graduate school in Florida in 1972 attended SUS schools

(Table 39).

Not only did total graduate enrollment (Florida and non-Florida

students) decline this year for the first time in recent years (Table 40),

but 1972 Florida graduate enrollment also was down by 107 students from

last year. Table 42 shows that the University of Florida registered 1,067

more graduate students than any other school in Florida. Among graduate

students, the percentage in the State University System as opposed to the

private sector, after remaining fairly constant for some years, has suddenly

expanded and in 1972 encompassed 76.1 per cent of the total number of post-

baccalaureate students. Finally, the number of graduate students expressed

as a per cent of total college level enrollment in Florida has fallen for

the third consecutive year and currently stands at 7.5 per cent.






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TABLE 38

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR OTHER
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA
FALL 1972


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

Alabama 2 83 19 6 4 114 12 126
Alaska .. .. .. 1 .. .. .. .. .. 1 1 2
Arizona .. .. 4 2 3 9 3 12
Arkansas .. .. 11 4 .. 1 16 1 17
California 1 40 .. 12 7 4 64 41 105

Colorado 4 7 .. 3 .. .. 14 5 19
Connecticut .. .. 21 9 2 32 16 48
Delaware .. .. 7 2 .. .. .. 9 5 14
Dist. of Columbia .. 1 .. 8 5 3 17 7 24
Florida 210 1,311 349 2,418 908 4,254 204 1,622 407 11,683 3,672 15,355

Georgia 10 .. 124 28 6 1 169 11 180
Hawaii .. .. .. 4 .. .. .. .. .. 4 4
Idaho 1 4 1 .. .. .. 6 6
Illinois 8 79 2 19 6 2 116 40 156
Indiana 4 .. 29 .. 11 4 48 14 62

Iowa 1 .. 20 1 .. 1 1 24 5 29
Kansas 10 .. 4 3 17 4 21
Kentucky .. .. .. 28 .. 7 .. .. .. 35 5 40
Louisiana .. 1 37 12 4 1 55 4 59
Maine .. . 3 .. 2 .. 1 6 9 15

Maryland 4 28 .. 8 2 1 43 16 59
Massachusetts 2 29 17 8 56 37 93
Michigan 13 38 7 6 3 67 13 80
Minnesota . 22 6 2 1 31 7 38
Mississippi .. 32 15 2 .. 49 9 58








TABLE 38 (continued)


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

Missouri .. 19 1 6 3 29 7 36
Montana . 1 1 2 3
Nebraska .... .. 7 4 1 12 3 15
Nevada .... .. .. .. .. .. 1 1 1 2
New Hampshire .. 1 8 2 1 1 13 5 18

New Jersey 9 50 23 4 3 89 33 122
New Mexico 3 .. .. 2 .. 5 5
New York 25 116 46 .. 11 7 205 131 336
North Carolina 2 .. 61 21 2 86 10 96
North Dakota .... 2 1 .. .. 3 1 4

Ohio 9 .. 56 1 23 .. 10 7 106 45 151
SOklahoma .. 8 5 .. .. .. 13 6 19
Oregon 9 1 1 .. 11 1 12
Pennsylvania .. 11 .. 70 20 1 10 1 113 60 173
Rhode Island 1 .. 1 .. 1 3 5 8

South Carolina ... .. 29 13 .. .. 1 43 4 47
South Dakota .. . .. .. .. .. 1 1
Tennessee 2 35 11 2 1 51 9 60
Texas .. 1 52 13 5 5 76 12 88
Utah .... .. 7 1 .. .. .. 8 .. 8

Vermont .. 1 3 .. 1 1 6 .. 6
Virginia 3 60 .. 17 5 .. 85 24 109
Washington 1 18 .. 4 . 23 2 25
West Virginia .. .. 16 .. 4 .. .. .. 20 4 24
Wisconsin 1 .. 27 1 7 3 2 41 7 48
Wyoming . 2 . 3 3

U. S. Total 220 1,418 350 3,747 913 4,673 205 1,751 455 13,732 4,309 18,041




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TABLE 38 (continued)


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


Canal Zone .. .. 2 .. .. .. .. 2 .. 2
Guam .* .
Puerto Rico .. .... 12 8 .. .. 20 11 31
U.S. Virgin Islands .. .. .. 1 .. .. 1 .. 1

Other Countries 2 60 18 262 11 408 3 30 2 796 95 891
Unclassified 2 5 .. .. .. 1 .. 2 10 161 171


Total 222 1,480 373 4,023 924 5,090 209 1,781 459 14,561 4,576 19,137






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TABLE 39

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY
FALL 1972


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

Alachua 1 1 1 22 2,310 7 2,342 7 2,349 15.30
Baker . 1 .. 1 2 .. .. 4 4 .03
Bay 4 .. 31 1 10 4 50 1 51 .33
Bradford .. 2 11 1 14 14 .09
Brevard 15 67 182 67 24 355 459 814 5.30

Broward 3 588 13 89 3 156 15 867 269 1,136 7.40
Calhoun 2 3 2 .. 7 7 .05
Charlotte .. .. .. 3 3 .. 2 8 1 9 .06
Citrus 1 .. .. 3 7 2 13 5 18 .12
Clay 1 1 .. 3 19 8 1 33 5 38 .25

Collier 3 2 5 8 1 19 6 25 .16
Columbia 3 .. 12 29 ... .. 44 2 46 .30
Dade 4 208 328 228 3 335 1 36 4 1,147 1,674 2,821 18.37
DeSoto .. .. 1 .. 3 3 .. 7 7 .05
Dixie . 1 .. 1 .. .. .. 2 2 .01

Duval 36 9 150 261 181 17 3 657 125 782 5.09
Escambia 4 .. .. 57 1 36 .3 287 388 1 389 2.53
Flagler .. .. .. 1 1 1 .. .. .. 3 2 5 .03
Franklin 2 .. .. 4 .. 2 .. .. 8 .. 8 .05
Gadsden 22 . 40 2 .. .. .. 64 1 65 .42

Gilchrist .. .. . 6 .. .. .. 6 .. 6 .04
Glades 1 . . . 1 .. :1 .01
Gulf 1 .. .. 4 1 1 .. 7 .. 7 .05
Hamilton 2 ... 1 .. 4 .. .. .. 7 .. 7 .05
Hardee 1 1 .. 1 .. 4 .. 5 12 2 14 .09









TABLE 39 (continued)


SUS Priv. % of
County FAM4U FAU FIU FSU FTU UF UNF USF UWF Total BDGI Total Total

Hendry 5 1 .. .. .. 1 .. 7 1 8 .05
Hernando .. .. 2 1 3 15 21 2 23 .15
Highlands 1 .. 6 2 4 7 3 23 2 25 .16
Hillsborough 6 6 106 .. 116 772 1,006 14 1,020 6.64
Holmes .. .. 7 4 .. .. 11 .. 11 .07

Indian River 1 5 .. 6 9 .. 1 22 9 31 .20
Jackson 5 1 15 8 .. 3 32 32 .21
Jefferson 5 .. .. 12 .. 2 2 21 .. 21 .14
Lafayette .. .. .. .. .. 1 . 1 1 .01
Lake 1 1 .. 14 14 24 .. 5 59 40 99 .64

Lee .. 10 20 1 17 .. 10 1 59 59 .38
Leon 67 5 1 889 26 16 1,004 10 1,014 6.60
Levy .. .. . 12 .. .. .. 12 12 .08
Liberty . .1 . . 1 .. 1 .01
Madison 5 .. .. 12 .. 2 .. .. .. 19 .. 19 .12

Manatee 1 2 21 21 .. 29 1 75 4 79 .51
Marion .. 15 .. 51 2 .. 68 4 72 .47
Martin 17 .. 4 .. 6 .. 1 .. 28 2 30 .20
Monroe 6 2 10 3 1 1 1 24 10 34 .22
Nassau . 9 .. 9 3 .. .. 21 3 24 .16

Okaloosa 2 43 20 .. .. 29 94 1 95 .62
Okeechobee 1 2 .. .. 1 .. 4 4 .03
Orange 4 3 94 455 133 35 724 580 1,304 8.49
Osceola .. .. .. 12 4 1 1 18 11 29 .19
Palm Beach 1 384 88 20 106 14 613 47 660 4.30







TABLE 39 (continued)


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

Pasco 1 1 1 7 9 38 57 57 .37
Pinellas 8 8 123 2 131 397 669 11 680 4.43
Polk 2 7 37 8 58 103 1 216 108 324 2.11
Putnam .. .. 13 32 .. .. 45 3 48 .31
Saint Johns 1 1 .. 11 .. 17 4 1 .. 35 7 42 .27

Saint Lucie 2 9 .. 5 1 12 .. 29 11 40 .26
Santa Rosa .. .. .. 5 5 1 62 73 1 74 .48
Sarasota 1 3 30 33 31 1 99 1 100 .65
Seminole 1 1 14 150 27 8 1 202 107 309 2.01
Sumter .. .. 1 5 7 13 4 17 .11

0Suwannee 2 .. .. .. 5 .. .. 7 7 .05
Taylor .. .. 6 2 .. .. 1 9 9 .06
Union .. .. .. 4 1 .. .. 5 5 .03
Volusia 1 6 1 47 44 51 7 .157 119 276 1.80
Wakulla 3 .. .. 7 .. .. .. .. .. 10 .. 10 .07

Walton .. .. 5 .. 1 .. .. 3 9 9 .06
Washington 2 .. .. 2 2 .. .. 2 8 8 .05

Unclassified .. 2 6 .. .. .. 8 .8 .05

Total 210 1,311 349 2,418 908 4,254 204 1,622 407 11,683 3,672 15,355 100.00









TABLE 40

ORIGIN OF GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY STATE OR
OTHER GEOGRAPHICAL AREA
1965-1972


State or Other
Geographical Area 1965 1966. 1967. 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

Alabama 91 96 124 136 156 147 141 126
Alaska 1 2 1 2 1 7 2
Arizona 10 8 13 8 15 15 12 12
Arkansas 22 20 23 19 15 26 17 17
California 53 56 81 111 134 118 114 105

Colorado 10 15 12 8 20 19 15 19
Connecticut 35 29 43 53 64 50 50 48
Delaware 10 6 9 14 18 20 8 14
Dist. of Columbia 10 16 6 8 23 21 19 24
Florida 6,400 7,864 10,595 12,291 14,342 14,818 15,462 15,355

Georgia 168 157 195 176 228 183 190 180
Hawaii 1 2 6 2 5 4 3 4
Idaho 3 3 22 1 7 5 4 6
Illinois 103 85 118 200 167 150 138 156
Indiana 39 42 47 65 72 62 67 62

Iowa 17 24 26 26 24 26 37 29
Kansas 21 22 20 20 18 14 12 21
Kentucky 45 56 60 65 60 43 45 40
Louisiana 46 60 69 68 66 72 54 59
Maine 12 5 17 10 12 10 8 15

Maryland 37 48 50 56 77 66 76 59
Massachusetts 62 65 87 88 115 102 110 93
Michigan 50 44 70 67 62 70 70 80
Minnesota 24 27 38 33 39 38 35 38
Mississippi 45 55 60 54 50 57 51 58

Missouri 35 34 38 35 45 43 37 36
Montana 2 4 3 1 3 5 2 3
Nebraska 12 8 11 16 6 5 10 15
Nevada 4 2 2 1 2 2 2
New Hampshire 10 10 14 11 12 10 12 18










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TABLE 40 (continued)


State or Other
Geographical Area 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

New Jersey 88 82 125 120 178 132 117 122
New Mexico 14 9 7 6 11 11 9 5
New York 213 233 318 330 421 349 322 336
North Carolina 90 84 98 99 103 115 114 96
North Dakota 3 6 6 4 6 13 6 4

Ohio 96 87 120 121 114 138 126 151
Oklahoma 14 14 15 12 16 14 15 19
Oregon 8 7 6 9 18 17 15 12
Pennsylvania 116 105 144 130 163 156 163 173
Rhode Island 4 9 14 14 11 11 12 8

South Carolina 67 53 69 95 96 57 56 47
South Dakota 5 10 9 6 3 7 5 1
Tennessee 86 80 94 96 123 85 72 60
Texas 66 68 84 82 106 84 82 88
Utah 4 7 11 10 9 6 12 8

Vermont 5 5 6 7 10 15 8 6
Virginia 66 69 94 95 117 119 111 109
Washington 16 16 11 16 19 18 12 25
West Virginia 25 17 26 15 14 17 21 24
Wisconsin 34 39 48 57 48 50 47 48
Wyoming 4 3 4 4 1 1 3 3


U. S. Total 8,402 9,868 13,169 14,971 17,444 17,617 18,136 18,041

Canal Zone 4 5 2 2 1 2 3 2
Guam .
Puerto Rico 21 23 42 17 20 18 20 31
U.S. Virgin Islands .. .. .. .. .. 1 1

Other Countries 350 395 438 505 635 635 841 891
Unclassified 3 1 837 1,123 774 171

Total 8,780 10,291 13,652 15,495 18,937 19,395 19,775 19,137










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TABLE 41

ORIGIN OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY
1965-1972


County 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

Alachua 245 976 1,529 1,560 2,188 2,034 2,387 2,349
Baker 3 3 4 4 4 3 1 4
Bay 45 38 59 61 45 73 68 51
Bradford 12 18 24 14 11 20 19 14
Brevard 393 532 809 1,047 988 836 841 814

Broward 424 569 731 694 854 842 754 1,136
Calhoun 7 11 13 7 14 10 5 7
Charlotte 4 7 12 15 13 8 8 9
Citrus 5 7 13 11 11 22 17 18
Clay 13 18 24 24 23 23 40 38
co
Collier 6 6 22 20 32 41 28 25
Columbia 19 198 29 31 29 30 35 46
Dade 1,631 1,331 1,870 1,872 2,039 2,918 3,604 2,821
DeSoto 8 7 7 3 5 3 4 7
Dixie 2 2 4 7 6 5 2 2

Duval 373 439 641 588 565 622 645 782
Escambia 62 52 84 83 261 381 363 389
Flagler 7 5 1 1 3 3 5
Franklin 6 3 7 4 7 7 12 8
Gadsden 64 67 66 59 59 54 82 65

Gilchrist 4 1 3 3 5 3 5 6
Glades .. 2 3 3 3 .. 1
Gulf 6 10 4 8 12 12 8 7
Hamilton 6 5 13 5 5 8 7 7
Hardee -3 5 2 2 9 15 9 14










TABLE 41 (continued)


County 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

Hendry 5 10 11 9 6 7 8 8
Hernando 8 9 11 9 19 17 13 23
Highlands 19 6 21 25 22 20 23 25
Hillsborough 341 535 742 1,059 1,148 1,371 936 1,020
Holmes 2 3 2 4 5 5 10 11

Indian River 18 8 13 18 26 29 38 31
Jackson 17 28 31 40 30 30 46 32
Jefferson 8 6 19 20 25 22 27 21
Lafayette 1 2 2 ... .. 4 1
Lake 33 38 52 53 69 99 95 99

Lee 20 23 46 38 44 73 72 59
Leon 561 578 685 998 1,000 997 1,360 1,014
1 Levy 7 6 10 13 10 14 16 12
SLiberty 3 1 1 2 5 8 1
Madison 12 10 15 23 21 21 15 19

Manatee 38 44 48 75 74 87 88 79
Marion 37 36 68 71 76 70 93 72
Martin 9 8 8 13 13 12 17 30
Monroe 5 6 16 20 25 23 23 34
Nassau 3 5 7 9 9 13 25 24

Okaloosa 23 23 44 41 57 77 87 95
Okeechobee 4 10 5 4 7 5 12 4
Orange 591 637 734 806 1,001 1,025 1,128 1,304
Osceola 9 16 18 18 19 17 23 29
Palm Beach 514 606 564 521 753 584 419 660











TABLE 41 (continued)


County 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

Pasco 19 30 25 44 49 62 36 57
Pinellas 242 322 473 902 975 1,021 675 680
Polk 109 125 177 283 283 327 310 324
Putnam 28 21 36 39 42 47 47 48
Saint Johns 12 14 35 28 27 31 38 42

Saint Lucie 27 33 21 22 44 54 45 40
Santa Rosa 9 7 11 11 37 56 59 74
Sarasota 40 53 74 85 124 90 116 100
Seminole 65 69 102 102 119 187 248 309
Sumter 6 6 14 9 15 17 12 17

Suwannee 16 12 22 29 16 13 20 7
Taylor 18 14 17 22 19 18 25 9
Union 4 4 6 6 4 7 8 5
Volusia 152 171 216 224 231 242 247 276
Wakulla 4 6 3 1 9 7 11 10

Walton 9 7 14 11 6 11 13 9
Washington 4 5 9 11 7 14 11 8

Unclassified .. 1. 194 447 688 15 .8 8

Total 6,400 7,864 10,595 12,291 14,342 14,818 15,462 15,355












TABLE 42

GRADUATE ON-CAMPUS ENROLLMENT BY INSTITUTION
1965-1972


Institution 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

State University System
FAMU 376 422 427 387 452 295 256 222
FAU 783 1,165 1,131 1,062 1,382 1,313 739 1,480
FIU .. .. .. .. .. 373
FSU 2,177 2,458 2,957 3,285 3,340 3,308 4,530 4,023
FTU .. .. 121 345 569 924
UF 2,182 2,478 4,218 4,254 4,877 5,265 5,579 5,090
UNF .. .. .. 209
USF 377 763 1,017 2,021 2,469 2,643 1,593 1,781
UWF .. .. 257 394 364 459

SUS Total 5,895 7,286 9,750 11,009 12,898 13,563 13,630 14,561

Private Baccalaureate Degree-Granting Institutions
Barry College 172 267 276 231 335 313 391 449
Edward Waters C 156 .
Florida Beacon .4 .
Fla. Inst. of Tech. 307 409 542 631 611 426 396 307
Jacksonville U 110 160 239 264 246 169 137 136
Nova U . 21 19 25 62 126 161
Rollins C 600 705 739 802 838 847 858 962
St. Vincent de Paul 36 36 41 48 54 47 39 39
Stetson U 151 161 163 314 244 251 260 231
U of Miami 1,509 1,267 1,721 2,177 3,686 3,717 3,938 2,291

PBDGI Total 2,885 3,005 3,092 4,486 6,039 5,832 6,145 4,576


Total 8,780 10,291 13,652 15,495 18,937 19,395 19,775 19,137


% of total in SUS 67.1 70.8 69.2 72.2 68.1 69.9 68.9 76.1
% of total in Florida
Enrollment 6.4 6.6 7.4 7.9 8.9 8.6 8.1 7.5


Number not available.







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