Which colleges have the highest enrollment?
In 2012, the five postsecondary institutions with the highest enrollment were University of Phoenix, Online Campus, with 256,400 students; Ivy Tech Community College, with 100,300 students; Ashford University, with 77,700 students; Liberty University, with 74,400 students; and Arizona State University, with 73,400 students.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. (2015). Digest of Education Statistics, 2013 (NCES 2015-011), Chapter 3.
|Enrollment of the 20 largest degree-granting college and university campuses: Fall 2012|
|University of Phoenix, Online Campus||Arizona||1||
|Ivy Tech Community College||Indiana||2||100,272|
|Arizona State University||Arizona||5||73,378|
|Miami Dade College||Florida||6||66,701|
|Lone Star College System||Texas||7||60,428|
|University of Central Florida||Florida||8||59,601|
|Houston Community College||Texas||9||58,476|
|American Public University System||West Virginia||10||58,115|
|Ohio State University, Main Campus||Ohio||11||56,387|
|University of Texas at Austin||Texas||12||52,186|
|Northern Virginia Community College||Virginia||13||51,864|
|Univeristy of Minnesota, Twin Cities||Minnesota||14||51,853|
|Texas A & M University, College Station||Texas||15||50,627|
|Tarrant County College District||Texas||16||50,439|
|University of Florida||Florida||18||49,913|
|Kaplan University, Davenport Campus||Iowa||19||48,865|
|Michigan State University||Michigan||20||48,783|
1Colleges and university campuses ranked by fall 2012 enrollment data.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. (2015). Digest of Education Statistics, 2013 (NCES 2015-011), Table 312.10.
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