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Table SA-5. Number of degree-granting community colleges, size of their total enrollment, and ratio of enrollment to adult population, by state or jurisdiction: 2005–06
  Institutions
  Total enrollment
   
State or jurisdiction Number Percent   Number Percent Adult population
(18 years and older)
Ratio of enrollment
to adult population

     United States 1,053 100.0   6,184,229 100.0 225,662,922 2.7
Alabama 25 2.4   78,401 1.3 3,484,729 2.2
Alaska 2 0.2   1,101 0.0 488,619 0.2
Arizona 20 1.9   200,845 3.2 4,538,120 4.4
Arkansas 22 2.1   47,771 0.8 2,119,686 2.3
California 111 10.5   1,398,758 22.6 26,924,935 5.2
Colorado 15 1.4   79,803 1.3 3,584,076 2.2
Connecticut 12 1.1   46,227 0.7 2,686,523 1.7
Delaware 3 0.3   13,978 0.2 650,110 2.2
District of Columbia 0 0.0   0 0.0 466,649 0.0
Florida 24 2.3   277,446 4.5 14,068,333 2.0
Georgia 53 5.0   144,594 2.3 6,908,921 2.1
Hawaii 6 0.6   22,330 0.4 987,417 2.3
Idaho 3 0.3   12,014 0.2 1,072,185 1.1
Illinois 48 4.6   352,824 5.7 9,616,726 3.7
Indiana 14 1.3   59,969 1.0 4,735,891 1.3
Iowa 16 1.5   82,118 1.3 2,271,891 3.6
Kansas 26 2.5   74,262 1.2 2,068,238 3.6
Kentucky 23 2.2   84,669 1.4 3,206,543 2.6
Louisiana 41 3.9   33,514 0.5 3,197,767 1.0
Maine 7 0.7   12,435 0.2 1,040,580 1.2
Maryland 16 1.5   119,246 1.9 4,255,196 2.8
Massachusetts 16 1.5   84,209 1.4 4,988,309 1.7
Michigan 30 2.8   215,585 3.5 7,617,287 2.8
Minnesota 30 2.8   110,324 1.8 3,909,837 2.8
Mississippi 17 1.6   66,298 1.1 2,151,135 3.1
Missouri 20 1.9   86,742 1.4 4,426,121 2.0
Montana 12 1.1   9,134 0.1 726,784 1.3
Nebraska 8 0.8   40,220 0.7 1,323,298 3.0
Nevada 2 0.2   16,371 0.3 1,861,009 0.9
New Hampshire 4 0.4   13,750 0.2 1,017,270 1.4
New Jersey 19 1.8   151,885 2.5 6,635,222 2.3
New Mexico 20 1.9   64,137 1.0 1,445,669 4.4
New York 35 3.3   271,308 4.4 14,791,841 1.8
North Carolina 59 5.6   200,507 3.2 6,701,118 3.0
North Dakota 7 0.7   9,205 0.1 490,933 1.9
Ohio 32 3.0   173,962 2.8 8,707,971 2.0
Oklahoma 13 1.2   65,617 1.1 2,685,178 2.4
Oregon 17 1.6   80,513 1.3 2,844,499 2.8
Pennsylvania 21 2.0   124,077 2.0 9,635,748 1.3
Rhode Island 1 0.1   16,042 0.3 830,159 1.9
South Carolina 20 1.9   78,883 1.3 3,281,596 2.4
South Dakota 5 0.5   5,485 0.1 587,238 0.9
Tennessee 13 1.2   74,829 1.2 4,596,210 1.6
Texas 64 6.1   543,491 8.8 17,013,818 3.2
Utah 6 0.6   35,796 0.6 1,758,865 2.0
Vermont 1 0.1   5,515 0.1 490,519 1.1
Virginia 24 2.3   154,967 2.5 5,836,037 2.7
Washington 35 3.3   190,423 3.1 4,869,531 3.9
West Virginia 10 0.9   17,807 0.3 1,429,399 1.2
Wisconsin 18 1.7   115,357 1.9 4,243,976 2.7
Wyoming 7 0.7   19,485 0.3 393,210 5.0

NOTE: Degree-granting institutions grant associate’s degrees or higher and participate in Title IV federal financial aid programs. Total count of institutions includes 13 institutions which were unable to respond to the Fall 2005 survey due to natural disaster and 8 institutions in other U.S. jurisdictions. Total enrollment includes 10,215 students in the 8 institutions in other U.S. jurisdictions.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, 2005–06 Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Fall 2005; U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey (CPS), 2005–06.

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