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Table 228. Enrollment and degrees conferred in degree-granting institutions that serve large proportions of Hispanic students, by selected characteristics and institution: Fall 2005 and 2005-06
Institution Type and control1 Enrollment, fall 2005 Degrees awarded to Hispanics, 2005–06
Total Hispanic Percent Hispanic2 Hispanic under-graduate Hispanic postbacca-laureate Associate's Bachelor's Master's First-professional Doctor's
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Total, 50 states and District of Columbia 2,171,515 914,287 42.1 871,618 42,669 42,670 32,703 8,512 535 191
Total, 50 states, District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico 2,378,219 1,120,637 47.1 1,050,963 69,674 46,973 49,787 13,536 1,066 411
Arizona                      
Apollo College Inc., Phoenix 6 2,598 1,032 39.7 1,032 23
Arizona Automotive Institute 6 737 262 35.5 262
Arizona Western College 2 6,761 3,670 54.3 3,670 253
Art Center Design College-Tucson 5 321 99 30.8 99 2 7
Bryman School 6 1,429 542 37.9 542 181
Central Arizona College 2 6,388 2,118 33.2 2,118 78
Chaparral College 5 385 155 40.3 155 0 35 15
Cochise College 2 4,610 1,590 34.5 1,590 154
Estrella Mountain Community College 2 5,978 2,223 37.2 2,223 109
Everest College, Phoenix 5 804 272 33.8 272 31
Gateway Community College 2 7,846 2,162 27.6 2,162 75
International Institute of the Americas, Mesa 3 319 96 30.1 96 7 4
International Institute of the Americas, Phoenix, N. 75th Ave. 3 378 139 36.8 139 0 0
International Institute of the Americas, Phoenix, E. 22nd St 3 376 168 44.7 168 2 1
International Institute of the Americas, Tucson 3 470 241 51.3 241 24 2
ITT Technical Institute, Tucson 5 469 173 36.9 173 12 3
Phoenix College 2 12,549 4,896 39.0 4,896 248
Pima Community College 2 30,884 9,638 31.2 9,638 366
Pima Medical Institute 6 690 335 48.6 335 33
Refrigeration School Inc. 6 307 102 33.2 102 6
Remington College, Tempe Campus 5 297 120 40.4 120 17 0
South Mountain Community College 2 4,561 1,931 42.3 1,931 127
Tucson Design College 5 101 32 31.7 32 12
University of Phoenix, Southern Arizona Campus 5 3,394 947 27.9 753 194 87 51
                       
Arkansas                      
Ecclesia College 3 234 126 53.8 126 0
                       
California                      
Allan Hancock College 2 12,252 4,320 35.3 4,320 333
American Intercontinental University 5 1,591 673 42.3 666 7 0 14 1
Antelope Valley College 2 11,638 3,288 28.3 3,288 154
Argosy University, Orange Campus 5 853 153 17.9 61 92 1 22 9 2
Art Institute of California, Los Angeles 5 2,103 787 37.4 787 46 60
Art Institute of California, Orange County 5 1,757 465 26.5 465 26 22
Art Institute of California, San Diego 5 1,912 541 28.3 541 24 50
Bakersfield College 2 14,725 6,642 45.1 6,642 359
Barstow Community College 2 2,957 796 26.9 796 90
Brooks College, Long Beach 6 826 297 36.0 297 104
Brooks College, Sunnyvale 6 370 123 33.2 123 21
Brown Mackie College, Los Angeles 6 42 19 45.2 19 0
Brown Mackie College, Orange County 6 54 33 61.1 33 0
Bryman College, City of Industry 6 797 692 86.8 692 1
Bryman College, West Los Angeles 6 430 188 43.7 188 0
Cabrillo College 2 14,369 3,740 26.0 3,740 175
California College, San Diego 5 409 119 29.1 119 42 0
California Design College 5 520 189 36.3 189 4 0
California School of Culinary Arts 6 1,726 735 42.6 735 70
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona 1 19,885 5,759 29.0 5,286 473 791 62
California State University, Bakersfield 1 7,549 2,771 36.7 2,328 443 393 59
California State University, Channel Islands 1 2,575 682 26.5 645 37 118 1
California State University, Dominguez Hills 1 12,357 4,663 37.7 3,698 965 673 213
California State University, Fresno 1 20,371 6,664 32.7 5,828 836 909 153 0
California State University, Fullerton 1 35,040 10,015 28.6 8,957 1,058 1,343 164
California State University, Long Beach 1 34,547 9,344 27.0 8,024 1,320 1,291 281
California State University, Los Angeles 1 20,034 9,812 49.0 7,733 2,079 1,124 384
California State University, Monterey Bay 1 3,773 1,195 31.7 1,111 84 173 6
California State University, Northridge 1 33,243 10,551 31.7 9,001 1,550 1,360 209
California State University, San Bernardino 1 16,431 5,850 35.6 4,820 1,030 804 160
California State University, Stanislaus 1 8,137 2,494 30.7 2,106 388 349 34
Canada College 2 5,551 2,223 40.0 2,223 49
Cerritos College 2 22,349 12,996 58.2 12,996 463
Chaffey College 2 17,188 7,798 45.4 7,798 476
Citrus College 2 11,937 5,375 45.0 5,375 288
College of the Canyons 2 15,947 4,333 27.2 4,333 194
College of the Desert 2 8,341 4,254 51.0 4,254 191
College of the Sequoias 2 10,317 4,874 47.2 4,874 307
Concorde Career College, Garden Grove 6 527 156 29.6 156 10
Concorde Career College, North Hollywood 6 487 244 50.1 244 21
Concorde Career College, San Bernardino 6 717 328 45.7 328 10
Contra Costa College 2 6,670 1,743 26.1 1,743 64
Crafton Hills College 2 4,862 1,242 25.5 1,242 80
Cypress College 2 21,965 7,033 32.0 7,033 158
DeVry University, California 5 6,043 1,912 31.6 1,795 117 51 279 23
Don Bosco Technical Institute 4 310 185 59.7 185 56
East Los Angeles College 2 23,632 16,983 71.9 16,983 809
East San Gabriel Valley Regional Occupational Program 2 737 255 34.6 255 6
El Camino Community College District 2 23,895 8,095 33.9 8,095 328
El Camino College, Compton Center 2 4,574 1,968 43.0 1,968 100
Everest College, Ontario 6 1,031 576 55.9 576 23
Evergreen Valley College 2 9,699 3,089 31.8 3,089 101
Fashion Careers College 6 101 32 31.7 32 9
Fremont College 6 109 46 42.2 46 20
Fresno City College 2 21,917 10,058 45.9 10,058 450
Fresno Pacific University 3 1,996 498 24.9 311 187 0 102 30
Fullerton College 2 19,611 6,788 34.6 6,788 352
Gavilan College 2 4,854 2,204 45.4 2,204 91
Hartnell College 2 9,685 5,564 57.4 5,564 280
Heald College, Concord 4 639 164 25.7 164 34
Heald College, Fresno 4 729 352 48.3 352 51
Heald College, Hayward 4 864 288 33.3 288 64
Heald College, Salinas 4 414 301 72.7 301 89
Heald College, San Francisco 4 389 115 29.6 115 16
Heald College, San Jose 4 639 284 44.4 284 99
Heald College, Stockton 4 530 234 44.2 234 35
Humphreys College, Stockton 3 991 338 34.1 319 19 25 15 0
ITT Technical Institute, Anaheim 5 714 383 53.6 383 77 11
ITT Technical Institute, Lathrop 5 633 235 37.1 235 46 6
ITT Technical Institute, Oxnard 5 509 260 51.1 260 43 13
ITT Technical Institute, San Bernardino 5 1,084 599 55.3 599 127 15
ITT Technical Institute, San Diego 5 1,045 370 35.4 370 46 13
ITT Technical Institute, Sylmar 5 933 543 58.2 543 75 16
ITT Technical Institute, Torrance 5 681 387 56.8 387 67 12
ITT Technical Institute, San Dimas 5 919 631 68.7 631 87 8
Imperial Valley College 2 7,796 6,929 88.9 6,929 237
Interamerican College 3 40 38 95.0 27 11 3
LA College International 5 167 86 51.5 86 26 7
La Sierra University 3 1,941 519 26.7 477 42 45 10 0
Long Beach City College 2 22,641 7,649 33.8 7,649 255
Los Angeles City College 2 16,283 6,583 40.4 6,583 230
Los Angeles County College of Nursing and Allied Health 2 272 76 27.9 76 29
Los Angeles Harbor College 2 8,761 3,889 44.4 3,889 215
Los Angeles Mission College 2 7,347 5,267 71.7 5,267 250
Los Angeles Pierce College 2 17,859 5,398 30.2 5,398 194
Los Angeles Trade Technical College 2 13,377 7,362 55.0 7,362 312
Los Angeles Valley College 2 16,130 6,726 41.7 6,726 295
Los Medanos College 2 8,073 2,006 24.8 2,006 63
Maric College, Anaheim 6 123 39 31.7 39 18
Maric College, Fresno 6 112 64 57.1 64 0
Maric College, Modesto Campus 6 624 295 47.3 295 4
Maric College, Palm Springs 6 143 73 51.0 73 0
Maric College, Panorama City 6 529 349 66.0 349 42
Maric College, Sacramento Campus 6 323 87 26.9 87 4
Maric College, San Diego 6 585 154 26.3 154 15
Maric College, Vista 6 373 133 35.7 133 15
Merced College 2 8,463 3,513 41.5 3,513 152
Modesto Junior College 2 17,810 5,727 32.2 5,727 300
Mount Saint Mary's College 3 2,480 1,126 45.4 958 168 73 130 16 0
Mount San Antonio College 2 27,195 11,902 43.8 11,902 640
Mount San Jacinto College 2 11,518 3,142 27.3 3,142 243
Mount Sierra College 5 715 298 41.7 298 41
National Hispanic University 3 549 458 83.4 389 69 12
National Institute of Technology 6 1,144 683 59.7 683 9
New School of Architecture and Design 5 365 71 19.5 55 16 1 1
Notre Dame de Namur University 3 1,588 315 19.8 217 98 32 21
Oxnard College 2 6,140 3,922 63.9 3,922 279
Pacific Oaks College 3 978 303 31.0 86 217 29 35
Palo Verde College 2 4,214 1,136 27.0 1,136 54
Pasadena City College 2 27,199 10,179 37.4 10,179 464
Pima Medical Institute 6 582 275 47.3 275 9
Platt College, Los Angeles 5 225 139 61.8 139 49 8
Platt College, Ontario 5 426 235 55.2 235 52 13
Platt College, San Diego 5 253 68 26.9 68 27 10
Porterville College 2 3,814 2,002 52.5 2,002 107
Reedley College 2 11,374 5,722 50.3 5,722 295
Remington College, San Diego Campus 5 242 104 43.0 104 29 0
Rio Hondo College 2 19,012 12,544 66.0 12,544 480
Riverside Community College 2 29,160 10,928 37.5 10,928 717
Sage College 6 387 130 33.6 130 0
San Bernardino Valley College 2 12,390 5,266 42.5 5,266 269
San Diego City College 2 15,204 5,004 32.9 5,004 168
San Diego State University, Imperial Valley Campus 1 911 803 88.1 597 206 177 30
San Joaquin Delta College 2 16,949 4,784 28.2 4,784 327
San Joaquin Valley College 6 876 512 58.4 512 202
San Joaquin Valley College, Bakersfield 6 708 366 51.7 366 153
San Joaquin Valley College, Fresno 6 651 349 53.6 349 181
San Joaquin Valley College, Modesto Campus 6 184 76 41.3 76 5
San Joaquin Valley College, Rancho Cucamonga 6 613 382 62.3 382 97
San Jose City College 2 9,073 3,098 34.1 3,098 87
Santa Ana College 2 32,096 15,705 48.9 15,705 682
Santa Barbara Business College, Bakersfield 6 501 248 49.5 248 8
Santa Barbara Business College, Santa Barbara 6 412 256 62.1 256 25
Santa Barbara Business College, Santa Maria Branch 6 394 181 45.9 181 8
Santa Monica College 2 28,908 8,389 29.0 8,389 305
Santiago Canyon College 2 12,152 4,971 40.9 4,971 153
Silicon Valley College, Fremont 5 264 68 25.8 68 20 7
Silicon Valley College, San Jose 5 422 175 41.5 175
South Coast College 6 368 120 32.6 120 6
Southern California Institute of Technology 5 319 85 26.6 85 9 9
Southwestern College 2 19,324 11,852 61.3 11,852 641
Taft College 2 8,466 3,721 44.0 3,721 45
Trinity Life Bible College 3 185 43 23.2 43 3 3
University of California, Merced 1 878 222 25.3 213 9 1 0
University of California, Riverside 1 16,622 3,942 23.7 3,712 230 757 36 7
University of La Verne 3 8,148 2,880 35.3 1,812 1,068 0 383 254 8 12
University of Phoenix, Central Valley Campus 5 1,889 661 35.0 579 82 59 20
University of Phoenix, Southern California Campus 5 16,135 4,646 28.8 3,871 775 0 362 121
Ventura College 2 11,261 4,373 38.8 4,373 325
Victor Valley Community College 2 10,486 2,977 28.4 2,977 205
West Coast University 5 157 57 36.3 57 11 4
West Hills College, Coalinga 2 4,842 2,208 45.6 2,208 206
West Los Angeles College 2 8,772 2,389 27.2 2,389 78
Westwood College, Anaheim 5 1,024 540 52.7 540 13 40
Westwood College, Inland Empire 5 1,374 819 59.6 819 17 54
Westwood College, Long Beach 5 554 355 64.1 355 22 5
Westwood College, Los Angeles 5 1,065 728 68.4 728 9 66
Whittier College 3 2,299 586 25.5 392 194 64 19 36
Woodbury University 3 1,436 466 32.5 438 28 90 22
WyoTech, Fremont 6 1,704 619 36.3 619 61
WyoTech, West Sacramento 6 709 186 26.2 186 52
Yuba College 2 8,799 2,334 26.5 2,334 159
                       
Colorado                      
Adams State College 1 9,157 1,337 14.6 808 529 5 81 27
College America, Denver 5 444 128 28.8 128 30 3
Colorado State University, Pueblo 1 5,870 1,459 24.9 1,308 151 179 4
Community College of Denver 2 8,909 2,362 26.5 2,362 80
Denver Automotive and Diesel College 6 1,100 293 26.6 293 62
Denver Career College 6 320 138 43.1 138 9
Heritage College 6 496 126 25.4 126 47
Intellitec College, Grand Junction 6 486 135 27.8 135 29
Otero Junior College 2 1,636 496 30.3 496 32
Parks College 6 964 333 34.5 333 48
Pima Medical Institute 6 661 169 25.6 169 7
Pueblo Community College 2 5,395 1,871 34.7 1,871 158
Remington College, Denver Campus 5 155 78 50.3 78 13 3
Trinidad State Junior College 2 1,831 782 42.7 782 73
                       
Connecticut                      
Capital Community College 2 3,573 960 26.9 960 58
Gibbs College 6 950 250 26.3 250 92
                       
Florida                      
ATI College of Health 6 498 140 28.1 140 36
Acupuncture and Massage College 5 228 122 53.5 111 11
Ai Miami International University of Art and Design 5 1,486 1,023 68.8 986 37 46 68 9
American Intercontinental University 5 1,164 394 33.8 366 28 2 37 20
Americare School of Nursing 6 241 64 26.6 64 0
Argosy University, Tampa Campus 5 594 63 10.6 11 52 0 2 0
Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale Inc. 5 3,261 1,155 35.4 1,155 78 99
Barry University 3 9,324 3,047 32.7 2,220 827 517 196 27 3
Carlos Albizu University, Miami Campus 3 1,013 818 80.8 332 486 137 165 20
City College, Casselberry 4 187 51 27.3 51 28
City College, Miami 3 291 195 67.0 195 45 5
College of Business and Technology 6 119 102 85.7 102 27
DeVry University, Florida 5 2,832 809 28.6 709 100 18 123 29
Florida Career College 6 2,881 1,332 46.2 1,332 145
Florida College of Natural Health 6 166 106 63.9 106 22
Florida International University 1 36,904 20,869 56.5 18,381 2,488 28 2,903 682 33 17
Florida Metropolitan University, South Orlando 5 2,671 687 25.7 687 0 129 41 20
Florida Metropolitan University, Tampa 5 1,436 436 30.4 428 8 55 14 7
Florida National College 6 1,822 1,703 93.5 1,703 239
Herzing College 5 171 50 29.2 50 13 1
High-Tech Institute, Orlando 6 1,066 293 27.5 293 94
ITT Technical Institute, Fort Lauderdale 5 542 169 31.2 169 26 4
ITT Technical Institute, Miami 5 527 416 78.9 416 76 25
International Academy of Design and Technology 5 1,041 301 28.9 301 20 11
Jones College, Miami Campus 3 111 57 51.4 57
Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts, Miami 6 636 308 48.4 308 144
Medvance Institute, Miami 6 221 116 52.5 116
Miami Ad School 5 187 47 25.1 45 2
Miami Dade College 1 54,169 35,414 65.4 35,414 3,937 12
National School of Technology Inc., Hialeah 6 801 656 81.9 656
National School of Technology Inc., Miami 6 749 516 68.9 516 23
Nova Southeastern University 3 26,335 4,563 17.3 1,465 3,098 1 283 563 178 45
Saint John Vianney College Seminary 3 50 12 24.0 10 2 4
Saint Thomas University 3 2,692 1,000 37.1 524 476 119 70 90
Trinity International University 3 312 117 37.5 91 26 43 5
                       
Illinois                      
City Colleges of Chicago, Harry S Truman College 2 12,518 6,399 51.1 6,399 33
City Colleges of Chicago, Malcolm X College 2 7,149 2,090 29.2 2,090 30
City Colleges of Chicago, Richard J.
Daley College
2 9,977 6,577 65.9 6,577 125
City Colleges of Chicago, Wilbur Wright College 2 11,122 5,405 48.6 5,405 134
Fox College Inc. 6 202 114 56.4 114 44
ITT Technical Institute, Burr Ridge 5 328 109 33.2 109 46 0
ITT Technical Institute, Mount Prospect 5 547 157 28.7 157 59 9
Lexington College 3 56 17 30.4 17 0 0
Morton College 2 4,744 3,520 74.2 3,520 195
Northeastern Illinois University 1 12,227 3,135 25.6 2,799 336 301 52
Northwestern Business College 6 1,126 354 31.4 354 54
Northwestern Business College, Southwestern Campus 6 1,060 335 31.6 335 37
Saint Augustine College 3 1,542 1,280 83.0 1,280 152 18
Westwood College, Chicago Loop 5 623 238 38.2 238 15 0
Westwood College, O'Hare Airport 5 604 237 39.2 237 4 9
                       
Indiana                      
Sawyer College, Hammond 6 552 158 28.6 158 82
                       
Kansas                      
Donnelly College 4 474 168 35.4 168 15
Seward County Community College 2 1,705 397 23.3 397 40
                       
Massachusetts                      
Cambridge College 3 4,480 674 15.0 247 427 25 122
Urban College of Boston 4 789 445 56.4 445 31
                       
Minnesota                      
Walden University 5 22,168 2,016 9.1 1,011 1,005 0 197 6
                       
Nevada                      
Heritage College 6 227 60 26.4 60 7
International Academy of Design and Technology 5 378 93 24.6 93 0 0
Las Vegas College, Henderson, 170 N. Stephanie St., Suite 145 6 243 80 32.9 80 0
Las Vegas College, Henderson, 170 N. Stephanie St. 6 245 94 38.4 94 4
                       
New Jersey                      
Berkeley College 5 2,422 845 34.9 845 77 80
Hudson County Community College 2 6,447 3,021 46.9 3,021 179
New Jersey City University 1 8,464 2,627 31.0 2,167 460 285 85
Passaic County Community College 2 7,169 3,500 48.8 3,500 108
Saint Peters College 3 2,931 779 26.6 650 129 3 88 62
Union County College 2 10,976 3,074 28.0 3,074 116
University of Phoenix, Jersey City Campus 5 383 101 26.4 101 1
                       
New Mexico                      
Albuquerque Technical Vocational Institute 2 23,107 10,269 44.4 10,269 483
Art Center Design College, Albuquerque 5 257 110 42.8 110 4 9
Clovis Community College 2 3,937 1,142 29.0 1,142 70
College of the Southwest 3 627 196 31.3 178 18 25 5
Eastern New Mexico University, Main Campus 1 4,033 1,128 28.0 979 149 2 137 22
Eastern New Mexico University, Roswell Campus 2 4,242 1,813 42.7 1,813 95
ITT Technical Institute 5 643 292 45.4 292 50 7
International Institute of the Americas 3 388 258 66.5 258 24 1
Luna Community College 2 2,175 1,838 84.5 1,838 93
Mesalands Community College 2 533 194 36.4 194 14
National American University, Albuquerque 5 315 115 36.5 115 6 18
National American University, Rio Rancho 5 231 93 40.3 93 5 23
New Mexico Highlands University 1 3,595 1,896 52.7 1,171 725 2 174 124
New Mexico Junior College 2 2,510 1,047 41.7 1,047 82
New Mexico State University, Alamogordo 2 1,915 635 33.2 635 43
New Mexico State University, Carlsbad 2 1,226 550 44.9 550 40
New Mexico State University, Dona Ana 2 6,570 4,649 70.8 4,649 335
New Mexico State University, Grants 2 608 219 36.0 219 14
New Mexico State University, Main Campus 1 16,072 7,715 48.0 6,416 1,299 20 896 241 21
Northern New Mexico College 1 2,196 1,577 71.8 1,577 91 0
Pima Medical Institute 6 521 270 51.8 270 16
Santa Fe Community College 2 3,894 1,643 42.2 1,643 95
University of New Mexico, Los Alamos Campus 2 749 332 44.3 332 26
University of New Mexico, Main Campus 1 26,172 8,433 32.2 6,832 1,601 3 911 263 65 16
University of New Mexico, Taos Branch 2 1,186 683 57.6 683 25
University of New Mexico, Valencia County Branch 2 1,582 949 60.0 949 51
University of Phoenix, New Mexico Campus 5 4,724 2,892 61.2 2,312 580 0 330 129
Western New Mexico University 1 2,753 1,250 45.4 1,104 146 73 66 24
                       
New York                      
Art Institute of New York City 6 1,477 517 35.0 517 78
ASA Institute of Business and Computer Technology 6 2,977 1,103 37.1 1,103 318
Berkeley College 5 2,931 803 27.4 803 50 120
Boricua College 3 1,142 1,005 88.0 965 40 117 157 28
CUNY, Borough of Manhattan Community College 2 18,776 5,530 29.5 5,530 491
CUNY, Bronx Community College 2 8,470 4,005 47.3 4,005 325
CUNY, City College 1 12,360 3,473 28.1 2,836 637 308 133
CUNY, Hostos Community College 2 4,477 2,538 56.7 2,538 233
CUNY, John Jay College Criminal Justice 1 14,295 5,058 35.4 4,772 286 67 479 53
CUNY, La Guardia Community College 2 13,489 4,654 34.5 4,654 466
CUNY, Lehman College 1 10,615 4,511 42.5 3,906 605 502 117
CUNY, New York City College of Technology 1 12,439 3,045 24.5 3,045 166 99
College of Mount Saint Vincent 3 1,855 512 27.6 450 62 0 74 26
DeVry Institute of Technology & Keller Graduate School 5 1,515 421 27.8 378 43 24 52 7
Interboro Institute 6 4,326 2,218 51.3 2,218 269
Katharine Gibbs School, New York City 6 2,039 796 39.0 796 167
Mercy College, Main Campus 3 9,539 2,658 27.9 1,853 805 49 267 241
Monroe College, Main Campus 5 4,285 2,348 54.8 2,348 501 239
Plaza College 6 736 236 32.1 236 91
Professional Business College 4 564 204 36.2 204 40
Technical Career Institutes 6 2,994 1,436 48.0 1,436 265
The College of Westchester 6 1,039 326 31.4 326 83
Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology 3 1,126 464 41.2 464 28 34
Wood Tobe-Coburn School 6 269 149 55.4 149 62
                       
Oregon                      
DeVry University, Oregon 5 167 46 27.5 44 2 2 0
Mount Angel Seminary 3 206 45 21.8 37 8 2 0 1
                       
Pennsylvania                      
Pace Institute 6 192 64 33.3 64 8
Pennsylvania School of Business 6 77 43 55.8 43 0
                       
Texas                      
Academy of Health Care Professions 6 357 126 35.3 126 1
ATI Career Training Center 6 689 178 25.8 178 2
American Intercontinental University 5 468 169 36.1 164 5 1 18 4
Art Institute of Houston 5 1,657 478 28.8 478 60 13
Austin Business College 6 342 192 56.1 192 42
Baptist University of the Americas 3 208 155 74.5 155 1 31
Bradford School of Business 6 134 86 64.2 86 0
Center for Advanced Legal Studies 5 74 20 27.0 17 3 19
Coastal Bend College 2 3,366 2,177 64.7 2,177 126
Computer Career Center 6 269 235 87.4 235 5
Del Mar College 2 12,006 7,002 58.3 7,002 336
El Centro College 2 6,166 1,760 28.5 1,760 83
El Paso Community College 2 26,667 22,690 85.1 22,690 1,549
Everest College 6 838 319 38.1 319 26
Hallmark Institute of Technology 6 771 476 61.7 476 166
Houston Community College System 2 39,516 11,296 28.6 11,296 506
Howard College 2 2,721 861 31.6 861 63
ITT Technical Institute, Arlington 6 666 193 29.0 193 67
ITT Technical Institute, Austin 6 758 266 35.1 266 88
ITT Technical Institute, Houston West 6 405 166 41.0 166 67
ITT Technical Institute, Houston North 6 380 150 39.5 150 47
ITT Technical Institute, Houston, Webster 6 353 131 37.1 131 52
ITT Technical Institute, Richardson 6 696 212 30.5 212 68
ITT Technical Institute, San Antonio 6 750 421 56.1 421 116
International Business College 6 658 598 90.9 598
Laredo Community College 2 8,298 7,808 94.1 7,808 836
MTI College of Business and Technology, Houston, Regency Sq. 6 348 166 47.7 166 72
MTI College of Business and Technology, Houston, Space Park 6 136 61 44.9 61 37
Midland College 1 5,589 1,731 31.0 1,731 168
Mountain View College 2 6,494 2,926 45.1 2,926 167
Northwest Vista College 2 8,870 3,808 42.9 3,808 214
Odessa College 2 4,849 2,171 44.8 2,171 164
Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio 3 2,872 1,894 65.9 1,345 549 250 133 4
Palo Alto College 2 7,714 4,760 61.7 4,760 272
Remington College, Dallas Campus 6 861 256 29.7 256 33
Remington College, Houston Campus 6 962 350 36.4 350 24
Remington College, North Houston Campus 6 201 65 32.3 65 0
Saint Edward's University 3 4,947 1,407 28.4 1,241 166 197 50
Saint Mary's University 3 3,925 2,172 55.3 1,669 503 354 81 51 1
Saint Philip's College 2 9,792 4,673 47.7 4,673 276
San Antonio College 2 19,933 9,019 45.2 9,019 463
San Jacinto College, Central Campus 2 24,322 7,938 32.6 7,938 395
South Plains College 2 9,273 2,366 25.5 2,366 102
South Texas College 1 16,233 15,409 94.9 15,409 1,289
Southwest Institute of Technology 6 48 21 43.8 21 9
Southwest Texas Junior College 2 5,067 4,118 81.3 4,118 457
Sul Ross State University 1 2,927 1,751 59.8 1,322 429 1 204 72
Texas A & M International University 1 4,298 3,845 89.5 3,061 784 598 190
Texas A & M University, Corpus Christi 1 8,365 3,148 37.6 2,538 610 409 133 7
Texas A & M University, Kingsville 1 6,662 4,041 60.7 3,404 637 598 141 12
Texas Culinary Academy 6 894 256 28.6 256 124
Texas State Technical College, Harlingen 2 4,209 3,745 89.0 3,745 279
University of Texas Health Science, San Antonio 1 2,781 713 25.6 261 452 88 47 44 2
University of Texas at Brownsville 1 13,316 12,070 90.6 11,449 621 674 119
University of Texas at El Paso 1 19,268 14,061 73.0 12,220 1,841 1,555 408 10
University of Texas at San Antonio 1 27,337 12,337 45.1 10,842 1,495 1,616 332 4
University of Texas of the Permian Basin 1 3,406 1,176 34.5 981 195 161 24
University of Texas, Pan American 1 17,048 15,037 88.2 13,326 1,711 1,889 420 1
University of Houston, Downtown 1 11,484 4,176 36.4 4,154 22 533 9
University of Phoenix, San Antonio Campus 5 356 181 50.8 148 33 4 0
University of Saint Thomas 3 3,705 1,002 27.0 593 409 107 73 2 0
University of the Incarnate Word 3 5,046 2,837 56.2 2,501 336 3 378 86 1
Victoria College 2 4,006 1,295 32.3 1,295 76
Virginia College at Austin 6 769 285 37.1 285 28
Western Technical College, El Paso, Diana Dr. 6 413 287 69.5 287 71
Western Technical College, El Paso, Texas St. 6 568 500 88.0 500 151
Westwood College, Dallas 6 702 179 25.5 179 31
Westwood College, Ft. Worth 6 515 166 32.2 166 29
Westwood College, Houston South 6 343 129 37.6 129 35
                       
Utah                      
Eagle Gate College 6 166 92 55.4 92 0
Neumont University 5 67 44 65.7 44 0 0
                       
Washington                      
Heritage University 3 1,311 520 39.7 428 92 19 49 35
Yakima Valley Community College 2 4,433 1,284 29.0 1,284 181
                       
Puerto Rico                      
American University of Puerto Rico, Bayamon 3 1,775 1,769 99.7 1,743 26 17 192 2
American University of Puerto Rico, Manati 3 1,609 1,609 100.0 1,609 20 161 0
Atlantic College 3 783 783 100.0 725 58 13 87 20
Bayamon Central University 3 2,913 2,913 100.0 2,446 467 9 282 186
Caguas Institute of Mechanical Technology 6 2,568 2,568 100.0 2,568 36
Caribbean University, Bayamon 3 1,603 1,603 100.0 1,358 245 15 107 149
Caribbean University, Carolina 3 930 930 100.0 544 386 14 53 126
Caribbean University, Ponce 3 1,338 1,338 100.0 917 421 14 47 181
Caribbean University, Vega Baja 3 1,217 1,217 100.0 648 569 16 46 148
Carlos Albizu University 3 857 857 100.0 166 691 55 87 56
Centro de Estudios Multidisciplinarios, Humacao 4 412 412 100.0 412 72
Centro de Estudios Multidisciplinarios, San Juan 4 1,687 1,687 100.0 1,687 143
Colegio Biblico Pentecostal de Puerto Rico 3 227 212 93.4 212 22
Colegio Pentecostal Mizpa 3 240 240 100.0 240 9 9
Colegio Universitario de San Juan 1 961 961 100.0 961 143 81
Colegio de las Ciencias Arte y Television 6 381 381 100.0 381 0
Columbia Centro Universitario, Caguas 5 836 836 100.0 787 49 91 123 14
Columbia Centro Universitario, Yauco 5 388 388 100.0 388 30 1
EDIC College 6 376 376 100.0 376 23
EDP College of Puerto Rico Inc., San Sebastian 5 687 687 100.0 687 66 60
EDP College of Puerto Rico, Inc. 5 911 911 100.0 835 76 90 59 10
Escuela de Artes Plasticas de Puerto Rico 1 459 459 100.0 459 36
Huertas Junior College 6 1,541 1,541 100.0 1,541 264
Humacao Community College 4 512 512 100.0 512 136
ICPR Junior College, Arecibo 6 395 395 100.0 395 94
ICPR Junior College, General Institutional 6 371 370 99.7 370 67
ICPR Junior College, Mayaguez 6 458 458 100.0 458 143
Instituto Tecnologico de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Guayama 2 669 669 100.0 669 156
Instituto Tecnologico de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Ponce 2 898 898 100.0 898 184
Instituto Tecnologico de Puerto Rico, Recinto de San Juan 2 690 690 100.0 690 137
Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Aguadilla 3 4,183 4,183 100.0 4,104 79 34 318 25
Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Arecibo 3 4,761 4,761 100.0 4,487 274 21 471 56
Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Barranqui 3 2,373 2,373 100.0 2,343 30 43 256
Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Bayamon 3 5,255 5,255 100.0 5,202 53 38 452
Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Fajardo 3 2,239 2,239 100.0 2,238 1 22 245
Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Guayama 3 2,270 2,270 100.0 2,221 49 59 235 21
Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Metro 3 10,474 10,474 100.0 6,756 3,718 69 814 817 32
Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Ponce 3 5,415 5,415 100.0 5,204 211 82 496 33
Inter American University of Puerto Rico, San Germa 3 6,134 6,134 100.0 4,965 1,169 54 548 269 2
International Junior College 6 207 207 100.0 207 19
John Dewey College, University Division 3 958 958 100.0 958 64 38
National College of Business and Technology, Arecib 5 1,439 1,439 100.0 1,439 187 47
National College of Business and Technology, Bayamo 5 2,102 2,102 100.0 2,102 304 51
National College of Business and Technology, Rio Grande 6 873 873 100.0 873 133
Ponce Paramedical College Inc 6 2,465 2,465 100.0 2,465 74
Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, Arecibo 3 851 851 100.0 630 221 0 87
Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez 3 1,782 1,782 100.0 1,548 234 4 178 47
Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, Ponce 3 7,474 7,474 100.0 5,363 2,111 11 704 192 145 23
Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music 1 340 340 100.0 304 36 38 0
Ramirez College of Business and Technology 6 406 406 100.0 406 72
Universal Technology College of Puerto Rico 4 1,342 1,342 100.0 1,342 87
Universidad Adventista de las Antillas 3 831 763 91.8 693 70 21 93 14
Universidad Central Del Caribe 3 366 350 95.6 81 269 7 8 57
Universidad Del Este 3 10,366 10,366 100.0 10,136 230 190 846 31
Universidad Del Turabo 3 14,769 14,769 100.0 11,921 2,848 30 768 704
Universidad Metropolitana 3 10,566 10,566 100.0 8,428 2,138 70 616 544
Universidad Politecnica de Puerto Rico 3 5,738 5,738 100.0 5,037 701 388 114
University of Phoenix, Puerto Rico Campus 5 2,715 2,550 93.9 780 1,770 56 371
University of Puerto Rico, Aguadilla 1 3,231 3,231 100.0 3,231 48 348
University of Puerto Rico, Arecibo 1 4,146 4,146 100.0 4,146 79 507
University of Puerto Rico, Bayamon 1 4,638 4,638 100.0 4,638 66 549
University of Puerto Rico, Carolina 1 3,879 3,879 100.0 3,879 113 523
University of Puerto Rico, Cayey University College 1 3,634 3,634 100.0 3,634 1 521
University of Puerto Rico, Humacao 1 4,282 4,268 99.7 4,268 92 465
University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez 1 12,338 12,338 100.0 11,258 1,080 1,507 208 12
University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus 1 2,289 2,258 98.6 441 1,817 37 151 218 159 5
University of Puerto Rico, Ponce 1 3,485 3,485 100.0 3,485 81 413
University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus 1 20,528 20,490 99.8 16,436 4,054 2,265 349 170 90
University of Puerto Rico, Utuado 1 1,523 1,523 100.0 1,523   87 103
University of Sacred Heart 3 5,345 5,345 100.0 4,491 854 2 566 80
† Not applicable.
1 1 = public, 4-year; 2 = public, 2-year; 3 = private, not-for-profit, 4-year; 4 = private not-for-profit, 2-year; 5 = private for-profit, 4-year; and 6 = private for-profit, 2-year.
2 Hispanic headcount enrollment (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only) as a percent­age of total headcount enrollment, including both resident and nonresident students. His­panic and total headcount enrollment include graduate as well as undergraduate students.
NOTE: Degree-granting institutions grant associate's or higher degrees and participate in Title IV federal financial aid programs. This table includes institutions that serve large proportions of Hispanic students, defined as institutions with a full-time-equivalent undergraduate enrollment of Hispanic students at 25 percent or more of full-time-equivalent undergraduate enrollment of U.S. citizens. Data for Hispanics include only persons who were U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, 2005 and 2005–06 Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Spring 2006 and Fall 2006. (This table was prepared August 2007.)

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