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Table 219. Total fall enrollment in degree-granting institutions, by attendance status, sex, and state or jurisdiction: 2009 and 2010
State or jurisdiction Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Percent change in total, 2009 to 2010
Total Full-time Part-time Total Full-time Part-time
Males Females Males Females Males Females Males Females
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
United States 20,427,711 5,670,644 7,052,138 3,098,860 4,606,069 21,016,126 5,837,057 7,245,210 3,207,754 4,726,105 2.9
Alabama 311,740 90,276 116,575 40,790 64,099 327,327 94,444 123,752 42,572 66,559 5.0
Alaska 32,406 6,342 7,881 6,419 11,764 33,653 6,562 7,965 6,841 12,285 3.8
Arizona 828,631 221,433 390,969 84,349 131,880 795,388 200,443 348,954 95,427 150,564 -4.0
Arkansas 168,352 47,179 61,676 21,764 37,733 175,895 49,076 64,799 22,970 39,050 4.5
California 2,735,579 626,099 770,722 605,093 733,665 2,714,172 641,019 782,955 592,654 697,544 -0.8
                       
Colorado 352,034 99,631 122,392 53,536 76,475 372,025 102,160 127,496 60,396 81,973 5.7
Connecticut 191,806 56,593 68,059 24,821 42,333 199,384 58,168 69,860 26,249 45,107 4.0
Delaware 55,174 15,817 20,998 6,442 11,917 55,731 16,297 21,291 6,491 11,652 1.0
District of Columbia 136,851 28,246 39,602 23,874 45,129 91,992 25,956 35,871 11,749 18,416 -32.8
Florida 1,053,221 262,001 346,533 174,349 270,338 1,125,469 282,158 369,808 184,371 289,132 6.9
                       
Georgia 532,493 154,353 210,917 59,561 107,662 568,723 161,938 224,443 64,484 117,858 6.8
Hawaii 74,809 18,318 24,239 13,041 19,211 78,073 19,109 24,864 13,837 20,263 4.4
Idaho 84,450 27,003 31,566 10,249 15,632 85,201 28,188 32,776 9,516 14,721 0.9
Illinois 900,824 243,008 291,172 146,800 219,844 906,889 243,407 289,050 151,092 223,340 0.7
Indiana 441,294 140,835 164,255 55,083 81,121 459,423 144,157 171,143 58,975 85,148 4.1
                       
Iowa 350,631 91,227 122,784 46,582 90,038 381,842 99,848 142,173 48,623 91,198 8.9
Kansas 210,843 60,461 65,507 33,358 51,517 214,859 62,076 68,148 33,588 51,047 1.9
Kentucky 277,907 74,044 101,309 44,832 57,722 291,102 77,179 105,569 47,495 60,859 4.7
Louisiana 251,853 73,245 100,796 29,354 48,458 263,638 75,624 104,892 30,645 52,477 4.7
Maine 70,170 20,434 24,406 8,542 16,788 72,985 20,938 25,130 9,341 17,576 4.0
                       
Maryland 358,941 87,591 106,717 63,193 101,440 377,967 90,456 109,375 68,690 109,446 5.3
Massachusetts 497,290 155,861 186,652 57,864 96,913 508,302 160,196 191,255 59,403 97,448 2.2
Michigan 686,049 190,135 216,454 109,579 169,881 698,125 191,779 220,153 114,262 171,931 1.8
Minnesota 442,281 116,188 147,968 65,273 112,852 465,336 117,728 151,136 70,312 126,160 5.2
Mississippi 173,136 53,725 80,249 13,157 26,005 178,197 56,020 83,297 13,386 25,494 2.9
                       
Missouri 424,944 115,442 144,692 62,749 102,061 444,695 121,867 152,787 64,558 105,483 4.6
Montana 51,588 18,597 19,005 5,499 8,487 53,312 19,519 20,031 5,278 8,484 3.3
Nebraska 138,645 41,658 47,038 20,594 29,355 144,682 43,591 50,166 21,496 29,429 4.4
Nevada 125,320 26,231 33,963 30,204 34,922 129,360 28,159 35,957 30,105 35,139 3.2
New Hampshire 74,234 23,963 28,747 7,452 14,072 75,594 24,786 29,333 7,750 13,725 1.8
                       
New Jersey 432,127 129,304 144,558 64,820 93,445 444,091 133,717 148,922 66,449 95,003 2.8
New Mexico 152,752 35,368 44,203 30,517 42,664 162,652 37,515 48,372 31,861 44,904 6.5
New York 1,289,604 406,878 498,241 145,015 239,470 1,305,595 415,185 506,739 146,435 237,236 1.2
North Carolina 568,865 156,183 205,825 76,354 130,503 586,042 162,416 215,233 77,059 131,334 3.0
North Dakota 54,433 19,587 19,294 6,688 8,864 56,903 20,188 20,056 7,264 9,395 4.5
                       
Ohio 711,095 221,178 265,304 88,902 135,711 744,947 229,754 274,365 92,960 147,868 4.8
Oklahoma 220,650 65,016 75,937 32,508 47,189 230,573 67,295 79,900 34,139 49,239 4.5
Oregon 243,412 69,405 80,798 39,727 53,482 250,331 72,648 82,748 41,282 53,653 2.8
Pennsylvania 778,123 262,130 299,399 77,012 139,582 803,593 269,181 308,381 81,247 144,784 3.3
Rhode Island 84,673 29,138 33,928 8,193 13,414 85,110 28,990 33,931 8,588 13,601 0.5
                       
South Carolina 246,667 73,647 98,305 25,378 49,337 257,293 76,338 102,396 26,866 51,693 4.3
South Dakota 53,342 16,623 17,911 6,410 12,398 58,370 17,495 19,242 7,336 14,297 9.4
Tennessee 332,918 105,295 136,691 33,175 57,757 351,988 110,181 140,035 36,887 64,885 5.7
Texas 1,447,868 364,586 435,641 266,551 381,090 1,536,858 381,556 459,398 286,856 409,048 6.1
Utah 236,590 73,820 72,649 43,742 46,379 252,107 79,986 80,106 44,522 47,493 6.6
                       
Vermont 44,975 16,766 17,056 3,651 7,502 45,572 17,039 17,246 3,657 7,630 1.3
Virginia 545,036 148,922 189,779 83,324 123,011 576,010 157,198 193,976 91,608 133,228 5.7
Washington 382,532 113,851 133,479 56,215 78,987 388,110 116,689 136,930 56,868 77,623 1.5
West Virginia 142,484 41,113 46,288 28,962 26,121 152,431 41,519 47,944 34,205 28,763 7.0
Wisconsin 373,228 112,744 129,611 50,151 80,722 383,986 115,135 130,916 52,063 85,872 2.9
Wyoming 37,093 10,333 10,489 7,147 9,124 38,298 11,325 10,899 7,029 9,045 3.2
                       
U.S. Service Academies 15,748 12,821 2,909 15 3 15,925 12,859 3,046 17 3 1.1
                       
Other jurisdictions 243,792 78,420 114,490 20,281 30,601 264,237 87,487 124,467 21,017 31,266 8.4
American Samoa 2,189 398 594 457 740 2,193 286 525 565 817 0.2
Federated States of
   Micronesia
3,401 912 1,096 667 726 2,699 902 1,110 347 340 -20.6
Guam 5,755 1,303 2,006 1,085 1,361 6,188 1,454 2,214 1,103 1,417 7.5
Marshall Islands 847 275 279 145 148 869 319 355 106 89 2.6
Northern Marianas 989 305 466 94 124 1,137 371 589 73 104 15.0
Palau 651 202 190 93 166 694 210 253 83 148 6.6
Puerto Rico 227,358 74,558 108,746 17,527 26,527 247,724 83,463 118,248 18,476 27,537 9.0
U.S. Virgin Islands 2,602 467 1,113 213 809 2,733 482 1,173 264 814 5.0
NOTE: Degree-granting institutions grant associate’s or higher degrees and participate in Title IV federal financial aid programs.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Spring 2010 and Spring 2011, Enrollment component. (This table was prepared November 2011.)
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