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Data on enrollments in Kentucky's public and independent higher education institutions, including two-year colleges, business colleges, and seminaries, are presented in 47 tables. Data from fall 1994 enrollments are reported variously by headcount, student classification (year or degree or enrollment status), institution type, full-time-equivalency, black enrollment, residency status, total credit-hours, on-campus credit-hours, off-campus credit-hours, and degree field. In some tables, data are given for each institution; in others, data are reported by institution type. State-supported and independent institutions enrolled a total of 178,067 students in fall 1994. Of the 153,199 students in the state-supported system, 107,618 were at the eight universities and the remaining 45,581 attended the 14 community colleges. The undergraduate field in greatest demand at state-supported universities is health sciences with 11.1 percent followed by business at 10.6 percent and liberal arts with 9.2 percent. Education majors made up 7.0 percent of undergraduate enrollment and 28.8 percent of graduate enrollment. (JLS)

Descriptors: Church Related Colleges, Enrollment, Full Time Students, Higher Education, In State Students, Majors (Students), Out of State Students, Private Colleges, Professional Education, Public Colleges, Theological Education, Transfer Students, Two Year Colleges, Undergraduate Study, Universities

Author: Kentucky State Council on Higher Education, Frankfort.


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