ERIC Number: ED207426
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Reference Count: 0
Kentucky College and University Enrollments, Fall 1980.
Kentucky State Council on Higher Education, Frankfort.
The 1980 enrollments in Kentucky colleges and universities are reported in the 25th annual report published by the Kentucky Council on Higher Education. State-supported, independent colleges and universities, seminaries, and proprietary business colleges were surveyed. The total enrollment in the state-supported and independent colleges and universities in fall 1980 was 135,655. Of this total, 116,809 students were enrolled in the state-supported universities and community colleges and 18,846 in the independent senior and junior institutions. The fall 1980 enrollment in the state-supported universities included 77,612 undergraduate students and 10,952 graduate, first-professional, post-doctoral students, and residents and interns. There were 19,245 students in the University of Kentucky Community College system. Undergraduate enrollment at the independent senior institutions was 16,173; graduate enrollment was 1,113. There was a total of 1,560 students in the independent junior colleges. The fall 1980 enrollment in Kentucky seminaries was 1,117. Enrollment in the Kentucky proprietary business colleges was 4,954. There were 8,917 black students enrolled in Kentucky state-supported and independent institutions for the fall of 1980. These students made up 6.6 percent of the total enrollment. Data were obtained from the Council on Higher Education Survey and opening fall enrollment reports for fall 1980 from the institutions. (CC)
Descriptors: Annual Reports, Black Students, Comparative Analysis, Enrollment Trends, Higher Education, Private Colleges, Proprietary Schools, State Colleges, State Surveys, Two Year Colleges, Universities, Upper Division Colleges
Kentucky Council on Higher Education, West Frankfort Office Complex, Frankfort, KY 40601.
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Kentucky State Council on Higher Education, Frankfort.
Note: Not available in paper copy due to marginal legibility of original document.