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Largest Colleges and Universities by Enrollment, Fall 2003

Institution Total
enrollment
% Female % Full-
time
% minority1 % Under-
graduate
United States, all institutions 16,900,471 57.1% 61.0% 29.8% 85.6%
University of Phoenix, Online Campus 71,052 57.9 100.0 25.7 63.6
Miami-Dade Community College 58,490 61.9 35.9 87.2 100.0
University of Texas at Austin 51,426 50.5 90.3 30.9 74.6
Ohio State University, Main Campus 50,731 49.2 85.6 15.5 74.1
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 49,474 52.8 70.9 14.5 65.6
Arizona State University, Main Campus 48,901 51.9 75.6 22.7 79.0
University of Florida 47,858 52.3 87.8 25.4 71.0
Texas A & M University 44,813 47.6 88.1 14.4 80.5
Michigan State University 44,542 54.2 85.2 16.8 78.2
City College of San Francisco 42,043 57.4 20.0 71.1 100.0
Pennsylvania State University, Main Campus 41,795 46.9 92.7 12.3 83.7
University of Central Florida 41,535 55.3 68.9 25.5 83.0
University of South Florida 40,945 59.9 61.7 28.3 78.5
University of Wisconsin, Madison 40,879 52.2 88.7 10.0 72.3
University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign 40,458 46.8 91.2 23.2 72.2
Purdue University, Main Campus 40,376 40.4 87.5 10.3 80.2
University of Washington, Seattle Campus 39,135 51.9 83.8 30.8 71.5
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 39,031 48.4 91.9 25.4 62.8
Indiana University, Bloomington 38,589 52.1 87.7 9.5 78.6
New York University 38,188 58.8 75.0 32.7 51.1
Northern Virginia Community College 38,097 54.5 31.9 40.0 100.0
Houston Community College System 37,846 59.2 32.1 63.2 100.0
University of Arizona 37,083 52.7 81.3 24.5 76.8
University of California, Los Angeles 37,055 53.7 96.0 53.7 69.4
Florida State University 36,884 56.4 83.3 24.1 80.3
1. Minority students who are U.S. citizens or resident aliens as a percent of total enrollment, including nonresident aliens.
Source: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, 1990 through 2003 Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, “Fall Enrollment Survey” (IPEDS-EF:90), Spring 2001 through Spring 2003, and Fall 2004. (This table was prepared August 2005.)

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