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1. Fall headcount

   Fall 2000
Detail - Breakout by ethnicity and age
Fall 2013
Detail - Breakout by ethnicity and age
Fall 2014
Detail - Breakout ethnicity and age
% Change
Fall 2000 to
Fall 2014
Total* 414,626  584,785  603,605  45.6%
White 242,024(58.4%) 247,631(42.3%) 246,122(40.8%) 1.7%
African American 40,763(9.8%) 70,216(12.0%) 73,103(12.1%) 79.3%
Multi-racial one of which is African American 0(0.0%) 0(0.0%) 0(0.0%) N/A
Hispanic 81,180(19.6%) 173,454(29.7%) 182,876(30.3%) 125.3%
Asian 23,626(5.7%) 39,261(6.7%) 41,582(6.9%) 76.0%
International 21,981(5.3%) 35,061(6.0%) 40,038(6.6%) 82.1%
Other 5,052(1.2%) 19,162(3.3%) 19,884(3.3%) 293.6%
 
Flex Entry 205 2,027 0 -100.0%
 
 

*Hispanic students, except international ones, are counted as Hispanic. Students who are "Multi-Racial one of which is African American" are included with the African American students. Asian includes Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islanders. "Other" includes American Indian, Alaskan Native, Unknown, and two or more races, excluding African American. International students are shown as a separate category.


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Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment

2. Fall semester credit hours (SCH) includes undergraduate(15), master's(12), doctoral(9), special-professional(12), and optometry(17).

   Fall 2000
Detail - Breakout by gender, ethnicity, and age
Fall 2013
Detail - Breakout by gender, ethnicity, and age
Fall 2014
Detail - Breakout by gender, ethnicity, and age
% Change
Fall 2000 to
Fall 2014
Total FTSEs 321,284 461,614 475,850 48.1%
State-Funded FTSEs 319,990 450,213 464,211 45.1%
 

NOTE: The percentage change is based on the actual FTE numbers and may vary slightly from the calculation produced by the rounded numbers. Post-baccalaureate students are counted separately from master’s for headcount enrollment and are counted with master’s for FTE enrollment calculations.

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