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Table 238. Enrollment and degrees conferred in degree-granting institutions that serve large proportions of undergraduate Hispanic students, by selected characteristics and institution: Fall 2006 and 2006–07
Institution Type and control1  Enrollment, fall 2006 Degrees awarded to Hispanics, 2006–07
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 †  2,284,868 965,365 42.3 923,553 41,812 46,309 35,403 8,909 561 220
Total, 50 states, District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico †  2,494,287 1,174,380 47.1 1,104,081 70,299 50,576 52,470 14,400 1,135 453
Arizona                      
Apollo College/Phoenix Inc 6 2,684 1,018 37.9 1,018 42
Arizona College of Allied Health 6 134 44 32.8 44 6
Arizona Western College 2 6,579 3,415 51.9 3,415 248
Art Center Design College, Tucson 5 379 113 29.8 113 1 14
Art Institute of Phoenix 5 1,055 280 26.5 280 8 43
Art Institute of Tucson 5 115 36 31.3 36 19 1
Brown Mackie College, Tucson 5 360 136 37.8 135 1 47 21
Bryman School 6 1,195 486 40.7 486 155
Bryman School, East 6 215 54 25.1 54 11
Central Arizona College 2 6,471 2,193 33.9 2,193 80
Cochise College 2 4,127 1,408 34.1 1,408 164
Estrella Mountain Community College 2 5,894 2,274 38.6 2,274 94
Everest College, Mesa 5 361 102 28.3 102 0 0
GateWay Community College 2 7,671 2,193 28.6 2,193 75
International Institute of the Americas, Mesa 5 217 77 35.5 77 5 2
International Institute of the Americas, Phoenix 5 482 190 39.4 190 14 5
International Institute of the Americas, Tucson 5 443 212 47.9 212 13 3
ITT Technical Institute, Tucson 5 464 172 37.1 172 22 2
Lamson College 6 422 134 31.8 134 4
Phoenix College 2 12,213 5,013 41.0 5,013 252
Pima Community College 2 32,532 10,307 31.7 10,307 566
Pima Medical Institute 6 602 289 48.0 289 21
Refrigeration School Inc 6 355 111 31.3 111 6
Remington College, Tempe Campus 5 273 94 34.4 94 8 5
South Mountain Community College 2 4,268 1,901 44.5 1,901 124
Universal Technical Institute of Arizona Inc 6 2,978 753 25.3 753 313
University of Phoenix, Southern Arizona Campus 5 2,831 902 31.9 746 156 81 50
                       
Arkansas                      
Ecclesia College 3 251 103 41.0 103 0 1
                       
California                      
Allan Hancock College 2 12,321 4,675 37.9 4,675 415
American Intercontinental University 5 1,100 475 43.2 468 7 0 14 1
Antelope Valley College 2 12,156 3,659 30.1 3,659 210
Argosy University, Orange County 5 1,108 232 20.9 120 112 3 13 15 8
Art Institute of California, Inland Empire 5 299 137 45.8 137 0 0
Art Institute of California, Los Angeles 5 2,073 779 37.6 779 21 47
Art Institute of California, Orange County 5 1,637 461 28.2 461 6 14
Art Institute of California, San Diego 5 2,035 602 29.6 602 24 70
Bakersfield College 2 15,850 7,371 46.5 7,371 357
Barstow Community College 2 2,858 782 27.4 782 101
Brooks College, Long Beach 6 591 242 40.9 242 48
Brooks College, Sunnyvale 6 373 129 34.6 129 17
Bryan College 6 856 295 34.5 295 0
Cabrillo College 2 14,217 3,826 26.9 3,826 182
California College, San Diego 5 443 149 33.6 149 39 2
California Design College 5 699 189 27.0 189 6 4
California School of Culinary Arts 6 1,504 595 39.6 595 123
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona 1 20,510 6,136 29.9 5,611 525 888 86
California State University, Bakersfield 1 7,711 2,984 38.7 2,527 457 438 83
California State University, Channel Islands 1 3,123 853 27.3 799 54 103 5
California State University, Dominguez Hills 1 12,068 4,741 39.3 3,874 867 647 195
California State University, Fresno 1 22,098 7,274 32.9 6,392 882 794 143 1
California State University, Fullerton 1 35,921 10,693 29.8 9,620 1,073 1,505 206
California State University, Long Beach 1 35,574 9,809 27.6 8,431 1,378 1,392 276
California State University, Los Angeles 1 20,565 9,741 47.4 7,740 2,001 1,308 370
California State University, Monterey Bay 1 3,818 1,199 31.4 1,112 87 191 6
California State University, Northridge 1 34,560 11,324 32.8 9,687 1,637 1,360 357
California State University, San Bernardino 1 16,479 6,067 36.8 5,132 935 818 163
California State University, Stanislaus 1 8,374 2,612 31.2 2,216 396 339 32
Canada College 2 5,579 2,242 40.2 2,242 54
Cerritos College 2 22,434 12,802 57.1 12,802 559
Chaffey College 2 17,916 8,149 45.5 8,149 505
Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science 3 175 44 25.1 35 9 4 11 3
Citrus College 2 11,467 5,308 46.3 5,308 269
College of the Canyons 2 17,067 4,808 28.2 4,808 156
College of the Desert 2 8,447 4,265 50.5 4,265 217
College of the Sequoias 2 9,959 4,733 47.5 4,733 311
Concorde Career College, Garden Grove 6 477 149 31.2 149 15
Concorde Career College, San Bernardino 6 682 334 49.0 334 27
Concorde Career College, San Diego 6 405 154 38.0 154 0
Contra Costa College 2 6,870 1,796 26.1 1,796 96
Cypress College 2 12,898 3,840 29.8 3,840 183
DeVry University, California 5 6,005 1,835 30.6 1,705 130 36 286 27
East Los Angeles College 2 27,481 18,288 66.5 18,288 840
East San Gabriel Valley Regional Occupational Program 2 700 269 38.4 269 7
El Camino College, Compton Center 2 2,750 1,049 38.1 1,049 10
El Camino Community College District 2 23,488 8,206 34.9 8,206 298
Everest College, City of Industry 6 907 812 89.5 812
Everest College, Ontario Metro 5 838 495 59.1 495 6
Everest College, West Los Angeles 6 550 329 59.8 329 0
Evergreen Valley College 2 8,654 2,867 33.1 2,867 121
Fashion Careers College 6 132 46 34.8 46 14
Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, Orange 6 552 153 27.7 153
Fremont College 6 108 48 44.4 48 15
Fresno City College 2 22,040 10,078 45.7 10,078 414
Fresno Pacific University 3 2,321 633 27.3 441 192 0 102 20
Fullerton College 2 19,995 7,190 36.0 7,190 301
Gavilan College 2 5,185 2,288 44.1 2,288 104
Hartnell College 2 9,766 5,731 58.7 5,731 282
Heald College, Fresno 6 807 446 55.3 446 15
Heald College, Hayward 6 880 312 35.5 312 75
Heald College, Salinas 6 424 299 70.5 299 88
Heald College, San Francisco 6 311 77 24.8 77 14
Heald College, San Jose 6 686 328 47.8 328 91
Heald College, Stockton 6 586 240 41.0 240 37
Humphreys College, Stockton 3 630 203 32.2 193 10 79 20 3
Imperial Valley College 2 8,137 7,241 89.0 7,241 333
Interamerican College 3 57 52 91.2 35 17 5
ITT Technical Institute, Anaheim 5 778 436 56.0 436 66 6
ITT Technical Institute, Clovis 5 156 77 49.4 77 0 0
ITT Technical Institute, Lathrop 5 651 260 39.9 260 46 10
ITT Technical Institute, Oxnard 5 472 247 52.3 247 32 21
ITT Technical Institute, San Bernardino 5 1,226 652 53.2 652 108 23
ITT Technical Institute, San Diego 5 970 416 42.9 416 58 13
ITT Technical Institute, San Dimas 5 832 576 69.2 576 57 5
ITT Technical Institute, Sylmar 5 902 550 61.0 550 85 11
ITT Technical Institute, Torrance 5 666 384 57.7 384 68 5
LA College International 5 137 73 53.3 73 9 1
La Sierra University 3 1,896 514 27.1 455 59 61 11 1
Long Beach City College 2 23,509 8,160 34.7 8,160 248
Los Angeles City College 2 15,654 6,637 42.4 6,637 230
Los Angeles County College of Nursing and Allied Health 2 287 76 26.5 76 30
Los Angeles Harbor College 2 8,868 4,009 45.2 4,009 220
Los Angeles Mission College 2 7,251 5,394 74.4 5,394 264
Los Angeles Pierce College 2 18,690 5,946 31.8 5,946 192
Los Angeles Trade Technical College 2 13,393 7,063 52.7 7,063 238
Los Angeles Valley College 2 16,767 7,208 43.0 7,208 267
Los Medanos College 2 7,809 2,063 26.4 2,063 39
Maric College, Bakersfield 6 235 146 62.1 146 1
Maric College, Fresno 6 484 285 58.9 285 9
Maric College, Modesto Campus 6 305 168 55.1 168 48
Maric College, Palm Springs 6 475 242 50.9 242 8
Maric College, Panorama City 6 267 179 67.0 179 21
Maric College, Sacramento Campus 6 656 173 26.4 173 16
Maric College, San Diego 6 1,293 342 26.5 342 35
Maric College, Vista 6 329 125 38.0 125 33
Merced College 2 10,116 4,198 41.5 4,198 153
Modesto Junior College 2 18,034 5,927 32.9 5,927 272
Mount Saint Mary's College 3 2,384 1,091 45.8 930 161 62 131 25 0
Mount San Antonio College 2 29,079 13,137 45.2 13,137 825
Mount San Jacinto CC District 2 12,493 3,582 28.7 3,582 252
Mount Sierra College 5 604 263 43.5 263 32
National Hispanic University 3 553 479 86.6 421 58 2 14
Newschool of Architecture and Design 5 437 102 23.3 79 23 1 1
Oxnard College 2 6,379 4,186 65.6 4,186 298
Pacific Oaks College 3 1,028 327 31.8 99 228 25 39
Palo Verde College 2 4,116 1,112 27.0 1,112 44
Pasadena City College 2 25,873 9,114 35.2 9,114 434
Pima Medical Institute 6 606 275 45.4 275 17
Platt College, Los Angeles 5 102 68 66.7 68 13 1
Platt College, Newport Beach 5 116 32 27.6 32 10 10
Platt College, Ontario 5 287 142 49.5 142 26 13
Platt College, San Diego 5 267 70 26.2 70 15 13
Porterville College 2 3,665 1,926 52.6 1,926 133
Quality College of Culinary Careers 6 35 14 40.0 14
Reedley College 2 11,782 5,990 50.8 5,990 344
Remington College, San Diego Campus 5 428 214 50.0 214 52 9
Rio Hondo College 2 20,121 13,451 66.9 13,451 492
Riverside Community College 2 29,486 11,627 39.4 11,627 752
Sage College 6 415 137 33.0 137 3
San Bernardino Valley College 2 12,090 5,400 44.7 5,400 293
San Diego City College 2 16,203 5,563 34.3 5,563 181
San Diego State University, Imperial Valley Campus 1 873 785 89.9 589 196 160 8
San Joaquin Delta College 2 17,121 5,048 29.5 5,048 765
San Joaquin Valley College, Bakersfield 6 816 454 55.6 454 117
San Joaquin Valley College, Fresno 6 680 379 55.7 379 187
San Joaquin Valley College, Fresno Aviation Campus 6 64 21 32.8 21 12
San Joaquin Valley College, Modesto Campus 6 380 166 43.7 166 12
San Joaquin Valley College, Rancho Cucamonga 6 696 440 63.2 440 88
San Joaquin Valley College, Visalia 6 1,040 530 51.0 530 193
San Jose City College 2 9,510 3,332 35.0 3,332 86
Santa Ana College 2 33,203 15,403 46.4 15,403 652
Santa Barbara Business College, Bakersfield 6 450 250 55.6 250 35
Santa Barbara Business College, Santa Maria 6 196 119 60.7 119 17
Santa Barbara Business College, Ventura 6 313 203 64.9 203 39
Santa Monica College 2 28,337 8,135 28.7 8,135 327
Santiago Canyon College 2 12,462 5,143 41.3 5,143 140
South Coast College 6 252 86 34.1 86 9
Southern California Institute of Technology 5 228 113 49.6 113 2 15
Southwestern College 2 19,446 12,052 62.0 12,052 593
Taft College 2 9,527 4,424 46.4 4,424 44
University of California, Merced 1 1,286 350 27.2 332 18 14 0
University of California, Riverside 1 16,875 4,149 24.6 3,899 250 744 52 7
University of La Verne 3 7,482 2,659 35.5 1,707 952 0 389 194 6 9
University of Phoenix, Central Valley Campus 5 2,137 803 37.6 724 79 81 22
University of Phoenix, San Diego Campus 5 3,771 929 24.6 722 207 1 87 47
University of Phoenix, Southern California Campus 5 14,739 4,693 31.8 3,848 845 1 425 165
Ventura College 2 11,757 4,651 39.6 4,651 311
Victor Valley College 2 9,916 3,020 30.5 3,020 268
West Hills College, Coalinga 2 2,469 1,434 58.1 1,434 106
West Hills College, Lemoore 2 3,619 1,543 42.6 1,543 136
West Los Angeles College 2 8,680 2,480 28.6 2,480 78
Western Career College, Antioch/Walnut Creek 6 319 83 26.0 83
Western Career College, San Jose 6 357 124 34.7 124
Westwood College, Anaheim 5 1,065 604 56.7 604 11 95
Westwood College, Inland Empire 5 1,281 819 63.9 819 11 72
Westwood College, Los Angeles 5 1,015 744 73.3 744 1 114 0
Westwood College, South Bay 5 628 377 60.0 377 13 20
Whittier College 3 2,054 523 25.5 384 139 59 17 27
Woodbury University 3 1,485 483 32.5 456 27 74 8
Wyotech, Fremont 6 1,554 565 36.4 565 40
Wyotech, Long Beach 6 1,073 807 75.2 807 0
Wyotech, West Sacramento 6 570 152 26.7 152 20
Yuba College 2 9,060 2,428 26.8 2,428 147
                       
Colorado                      
Adams State College 1 8,442 1,210 14.3 758 452 7 75 45
College America, Denver 5 476 135 28.4 135 35 21
Colorado State University, Pueblo 1 6,205 1,495 24.1 1,303 192 173 7
Community College of Denver 2 8,782 3,104 35.3 3,104 98
Everest College, Thornton 6 936 324 34.6 324 33
Heritage College 6 582 151 25.9 151 59
Intellitec College, Grand Junction 6 684 241 35.2 241 10
Kaplan College, Denver 6 339 164 48.4 164 16
Lincoln College of Technology 6 788 202 25.6 202 47
Otero Junior College 2 1,631 491 30.1 491 23
Pima Medical Institute 6 659 193 29.3 193 9
Pueblo Community College 2 5,056 1,791 35.4 1,791 130
Trinidad State Junior College 2 1,732 675 39.0 675 72
                       
Connecticut                      
Capital Community College 2 3,550 1,051 29.6 1,051 47
                       
Florida                      
Acupuncture and Massage College 5 206 96 46.6 89 7
AI Miami International U of Art and Design 5 2,550 865 33.9 860 5 27 95 1
American Intercontinental University 5 1,871 718 38.4 693 25 0 52 16
Argosy University, Tampa 5 660 63 9.5 10 53 3 10 3
Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale Inc 5 3,058 1,089 35.6 1,089 62 131
Barry University 3 8,882 2,768 31.2 1,937 831 453 157 25 10
Broward Community College 2 30,607 8,295 27.1 8,295 583
Carlos Albizu University, Miami Campus 3 1,079 857 79.4 345 512 81 130 4
City College, Casselberry 4 99 36 36.4 36 20
City College, Miami 3 269 176 65.4 176 35 7
College of Business and Technology 6 93 75 80.6 75 21
College of Business and Technology, Flagler Campus 6 158 157 99.4 157 0
College of Business and Technology, Hialeah Campus 6 71 71 100.0 71 0
DeVry University, Florida 5 2,940 834 28.4 703 131 18 113 33
Everest Institute 6 606 495 81.7 495 111
Everest University, Tampa 5 1,242 450 36.2 444 6 27 21 2
Florida Career College 5 3,666 1,506 41.1 1,506 109
Florida College of Natural Health 5 204 146 71.6 146 36
Florida International University 1 37,997 22,586 59.4 19,893 2,693 35 3,169 814 40 22
Florida Metropolitan University, South Orlando 5 3,772 968 25.7 945 23 80 19 4
Florida National College 6 1,796 1,720 95.8 1,720 281
Florida Technical College 6 831 259 31.2 259 87
Herzing College 5 182 53 29.1 53 8 0
High-Tech Institute, Orlando 6 1,084 372 34.3 372 110  
International Academy of Design and Technology 5 1,158 334 28.8 334 12 32
ITT Technical Institute, Fort Lauderdale 5 575 188 32.7 188 39 1
ITT Technical Institute, Lake Mary 5 510 129 25.3 129 18 1
ITT Technical Institute, Miami 5 557 441 79.2 441 86 11
Jones College, Miami Campus 3 94 45 47.9 45
Keiser Career College, Greenacres 6 716 207 28.9 207 32
Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts, Miami 6 669 358 53.5 358 184
Medvance Institute, Miami 6 164 94 57.3 94
Miami Dade College 1 51,329 33,871 66.0 33,871 4,010 31
National School of Technology Inc 6 466 366 78.5 366 39
Nova Southeastern University 3 25,960 4,692 18.1 1,489 3,203 0 348 719 256 50
Saint John Vianney College Seminary 3 56 11 19.6 11 0 1
Saint Thomas University 3 2,517 969 38.5 546 423 130 87 47
Trinity International University 3 280 110 39.3 86 24 42 5
Valencia Community College 2 30,245 7,667 25.3 7,667 778
                       
Illinois                      
Argosy University, Chicago 5 1,077 52 4.8 14 38 2 8 3
City Colleges of Chicago, Harry S Truman College 2 12,229 6,006 49.1 6,006 55
City Colleges of Chicago, Malcolm X College 2 6,442 2,029 31.5 2,029 36
City Colleges of Chicago, Richard J Daley College 2 10,105 6,903 68.3 6,903 159
City Colleges of Chicago, Wilbur Wright College 2 11,061 5,503 49.8 5,503 151
Coyne American Institute Inc 6 610 224 36.7 224 6
Fox College Inc 6 192 89 46.4 89 37
ITT Technical Institute, Burr Ridge 5 280 101 36.1 101 33 3
ITT Technical Institute, Mount Prospect 5 533 141 26.5 141 30 4
Lexington College 3 57 16 28.1 16 0 1
Lincoln College of Technology 6 1,367 499 36.5 499 5
Morton College 2 5,049 3,872 76.7 3,872 213
Northeastern Illinois University 1 12,056 3,179 26.4 2,828 351 278 63
Northwestern Business College 6 1,093 361 33.0 361 33
Northwestern Business College, Southwestern Campus 6 1,122 379 33.8 379 53
Saint Augustine College 3 1,299 1,085 83.5 1,085 164 11
Triton College 2 15,738 4,377 27.8 4,377 123
Waubonsee Community College 2 8,843 2,677 30.3 2,677 61
Westwood College, Chicago Loop 5 824 263 31.9 263 7 29
Westwood College, O'Hare Airport 5 520 220 42.3 220 3 25
                       
Kansas                      
Dodge City Community College 2 1,766 425 24.1 425 27
Donnelly College 3 528 160 30.3 160 22
Seward County Community College 2 1,627 401 24.6 401 46
                       
Massachusetts                      
Gibbs College, Boston 6 520 139 26.7 139 9
Urban College of Boston 4 670 353 52.7 353 40
                       
Nevada                      
ITT Technical Institute, Henderson 5 681 186 27.3 186 27 5
                       
New Jersey                      
Berkeley College 5 2,729 997 36.5 997 68 98
Gibbs College 6 991 301 30.4 301 12
Hudson County Community College 2 6,703 3,163 47.2 3,163 223
New Jersey City University 1 8,522 2,784 32.7 2,310 474 287 67
Passaic County Community College 2 7,301 3,560 48.8 3,560 131
Saint Peters College 3 3,117 776 24.9 646 130 3 84 40
Union County College 2 11,166 3,224 28.9 3,224 138
                       
New Mexico                      
Art Center Design College, Albuquerque 5 262 92 35.1 92 3 7
Central New Mexico Community College 2 22,615 10,038 44.4 10,038 522
Clovis Community College 2 3,657 1,061 29.0 1,061 53
College of Santa Fe at Albuquerque 3 1,239 506 40.8 298 208 2 76
College of the Southwest 3 526 196 37.3 169 27 30 3
Eastern New Mexico University, Main Campus 1 4,122 1,189 28.8 1,008 181 1 137 31
Eastern New Mexico University, Roswell 2 3,890 1,598 41.1 1,598 107
Eastern New Mexico University, Ruidoso 2 805 202 25.1 202 3
International Institute of the Americas 5 351 230 65.5 230 19 0
ITT Technical Institute, Albuquerque 5 657 311 47.3 311 60 16
Luna Community College 2 2,007 1,696 84.5 1,696 80
Mesalands Community College 2 545 216 39.6 216 13
National American University, Albuquerque 5 329 137 41.6 137 7 14
National American University, Rio Rancho 5 190 80 42.1 80 9 12
New Mexico Highlands University 1 3,747 1,998 53.3 1,350 648 2 199 136
New Mexico Junior College 2 2,656 1,198 45.1 1,198 85
New Mexico State University, Alamogordo 2 1,897 624 32.9 624 48
New Mexico State University, Carlsbad 2 1,223 590 48.2 590 36
New Mexico State University, Dona Ana 2 6,921 4,855 70.1 4,855 327
New Mexico State University, Grants 2 695 263 37.8 263 28
New Mexico State University, Main Campus 1 16,415 7,712 47.0 6,552 1,160 13 874 217 20
Northern New Mexico College 1 2,252 1,595 70.8 1,595 88 1
Pima Medical Institute 6 527 256 48.6 256 7
Santa Fe Community College 2 3,873 1,786 46.1 1,786 114
University of New Mexico, Los Alamos Campus 2 758 315 41.6 315 26
University of New Mexico, Main Campus 1 25,721 8,300 32.3 6,758 1,542 5 968 230 74 20
University of New Mexico, Taos Branch 2 1,233 668 54.2 668 22
University of New Mexico, Valencia County Branch 2 1,559 924 59.3 924 43
University of Phoenix, New Mexico Campus 5 4,572 3,056 66.8 2,446 610 400 148
Western New Mexico University 1 2,584 1,189 46.0 1,043 146 51 52 21
                       
New York                      
Art Institute of New York City 6 1,512 499 33.0 499 66
ASA Institute of Business and Computer Technology 6 3,079 1,257 40.8 1,257 329
Berkeley College 5 3,052 867 28.4 867 38 104
Boricua College 3 1,020 862 84.5 833 29 151 161 22
College of Mount Saint Vincent 3 1,812 526 29.0 461 65 2 69 17
College of Westchester 6 980 318 32.4 318 80
CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College 2 18,457 5,491 29.8 5,491 586
CUNY Bronx Community College 2 8,717 4,219 48.4 4,219 361
CUNY City College 1 13,155 3,813 29.0 3,194 619 354 137
CUNY Hostos Community College 2 4,697 2,597 55.3 2,597 232
CUNY John Jay College Criminal Justice 1 14,645 5,289 36.1 4,965 324 67 535 68
CUNY LaGuardia Community College 2 14,185 4,569 32.2 4,569 499
CUNY Lehman College 1 10,814 4,776 44.2 4,186 590 548 141
CUNY New York City College of Technology 1 13,368 3,304 24.7 3,304 163 127
DeVry Institute of Technology & Keller Graduate School 5 1,432 375 26.2 326 49 18 39 15
Interboro Institute 6 2,827 1,351 47.8 1,351 310
Katharine Gibbs School, New York City 6 2,243 798 35.6 798 50
Long Island University, Brentwood 3 904 69 7.6 20 49 0 17
Mandl, The College of Allied Health 6 582 264 45.4 264 79
Mercy College, Main Campus 3 9,120 2,532 27.8 1,734 798 46 296 266
Monroe College, Main Campus 5 4,361 2,396 54.9 2,364 32 579 283 3
Plaza College 5 701 225 32.1 225 65
Professional Business College 4 568 171 30.1 171 53
Technical Career Institutes 6 3,127 1,356 43.4 1,356 385
Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology 3 1,097 421 38.4 421 33
Wood Tobe-Coburn School 6 291 159 54.6 159 128
                       
Oregon                      
Mount Angel Seminary 3 196 23 11.7 17 6 5 0 3
                       
Pennsylvania                      
Pace Institute 6 207 75 36.2 75 10
Pennsylvania School of Business 6 190 115 60.5 115 0
                       
Texas                      
Academy of Health Care Professions 6 270 132 48.9 132 3
American Intercontinental University 5 376 155 41.2 152 3 2 25 3
Art Institute of Houston 5 1,601 433 27.0 433 60 21
ATI Career Training Center 6 792 247 31.2 247 11
Austin Business College 6 177 92 52.0 92 46
Baptist University of the Americas 3 114 71 62.3 71 2 15
Bradford School of Business 6 100 68 68.0 68 10
Brazosport College 1 3,809 986 25.9 986 56 1
Brookhaven College 2 10,269 2,721 26.5 2,721 91
Center for Advanced Legal Studies 5 77 22 28.6 20 2 21
Coastal Bend College 2 3,267 2,127 65.1 2,127 135
Computer Career Center 6 294 255 86.7 255 15
Del Mar College 2 11,352 6,674 58.8 6,674 496
El Centro College 2 6,157 1,891 30.7 1,891 92
El Paso Community College 2 26,105 22,246 85.2 22,246 1,560
Everest College, Arlington 6 730 212 29.0 212 30
Galveston College 2 2,119 533 25.2 533 47
Hallmark College of Technology/Aeronautics 6 752 449 59.7 449 226
Houston Community College System 2 42,526 12,460 29.3 12,460 550
Howard College 2 3,006 1,050 34.9 1,050 63
ITT Technical Institute, Arlington 6 691 211 30.5 211 54
ITT Technical Institute, Austin 6 709 255 36.0 255 71
ITT Technical Institute, Houston North 6 385 143 37.1 143 56
ITT Technical Institute, Houston West 6 412 161 39.1 161 56
ITT Technical Institute, Richardson 6 659 191 29.0 191 65
ITT Technical Institute, San Antonio 6 699 410 58.7 410 130
ITT Technical Institute, Webster 6 306 113 36.9 113 30
Laredo Community College 2 8,152 7,714 94.6 7,714 612
Midland College 1 5,819 1,791 30.8 1,791 190
Mountain View College 2 7,022 3,245 46.2 3,245 154
Northwest Vista College 2 9,568 4,234 44.3 4,234 249
Odessa College 2 4,647 2,205 47.4 2,205 109
Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio 3 2,783 1,871 67.2 1,322 549 252 165 4
Palo Alto College 2 7,591 4,687 61.7 4,687 370
Remington College, Dallas Campus 6 1,424 413 29.0 413 51
Remington College, Fort Worth Campus 6 730 198 27.1 198 26
Remington College, Houston Campus 6 912 295 32.3 295 38
Remington College, North Houston Campus 6 564 192 34.0 192 19
Saint Edward's University 3 5,224 1,510 28.9 1,342 168 225 45
Saint Mary's University 3 3,904 2,190 56.1 1,669 521 320 91 40 1
Saint Philip's College 2 9,264 4,271 46.1 4,271 315
San Antonio College 2 20,202 9,116 45.1 9,116 494
San Jacinto Community College 2 23,753 8,131 34.2 8,131 453
South Plains College 2 9,045 2,563 28.3 2,563 138
South Texas College 1 18,460 17,493 94.8 17,493 1,292 9
Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf 2 113 32 28.3 32 1
Southwest Institute of Technology 6 38 19 50.0 19 11
Southwest Texas Junior College 2 5,022 4,121 82.1 4,121 405
Southwestern Adventist University 3 867 221 25.5 199 22 4 28 5
Sul Ross State University 1 2,773 1,606 57.9 1,225 381 1 203 88
Texas A & M International University 1 4,917 4,394 89.4 3,577 817 641 189 0
Texas A & M University, Corpus Christi 1 8,585 3,290 38.3 2,669 621 427 138 7
Texas A & M University, Kingsville 1 6,728 4,073 60.5 3,458 615 691 114 18
Texas Culinary Academy 6 801 257 32.1 257 39
Texas State Technical College, Harlingen 2 4,281 3,797 88.7 3,797 233
University of Houston, Downtown 1 11,449 4,105 35.9 4,085 20 644 5
University of Phoenix, San Antonio Campus 5 742 410 55.3 348 62 10 21
University of Saint Thomas 3 3,524 934 26.5 563 371 84 77 1 0
University of Texas at Brownsville 1 15,688 14,127 90.0 13,551 576 831 133
University of Texas at El Paso 1 19,842 14,618 73.7 12,763 1,855 1,839 417 10
University of Texas at San Antonio 1 28,379 12,465 43.9 10,993 1,472 1,786 351 9
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio 1 2,874 719 25.0 276 443 121 53 39 4
University of Texas of the Permian Basin 1 3,462 1,221 35.3 1,021 200 183 36
University of Texas, Pan American 1 17,337 15,190 87.6 13,415 1,775 2,148 500 7
University of the Incarnate Word 3 5,388 3,109 57.7 2,697 412 2 378 101 0 2
Victoria College 2 4,051 1,309 32.3 1,309 83
Virginia College, Austin 6 603 183 30.3 183 39
Western Technical College, El Paso, Diana Drive 6 413 304 73.6 304 65
Western Technical College, El Paso, Plaza Circle 6 570 548 96.1 548 163
Westwood College, Dallas 6 527 171 32.4 171 27
Westwood College, Fort Worth 6 409 138 33.7 138 21
Westwood College, Houston South 6 395 157 39.7 157 26
Wharton County Junior College 2 6,089 1,550 25.5 1,550 97
                       
Utah                      
Eagle Gate College 6 172 72 41.9 72 1
                       
Washington                      
Heritage University 3 1,336 568 42.5 465 103 8 48 34
Yakima Valley Community College 2 4,308 1,312 30.5 1,312 153
                       
Puerto Rico                      
American University of Puerto Rico, Bayamon 3 1,550 1,545 99.7 1,506 39 27 221 4
American University of Puerto Rico, Manati 3 1,473 1,473 100.0 1,473 8 164 0
Atlantic College 3 952 952 100.0 880 72 24 141 29
Bayamon Central University 3 3,036 3,036 100.0 2,439 597 18 271 129
Caguas Institute of Mechanical Technology 6 2,976 2,976 100.0 2,976 29
Caribbean University, Bayamon 3 2,404 2,404 100.0 1,900 504 18 104 124
Caribbean University, Carolina 3 902 902 100.0 522 380 13 31 115
Caribbean University, Ponce 3 1,501 1,501 100.0 996 505 13 49 147
Caribbean University, Vega Baja 3 1,355 1,355 100.0 785 570 24 64 206
Carlos Albizu University 3 906 906 100.0 204 702 63 72 85
Centro de Estudios Multidisciplinarios, Humacao 4 488 488 100.0 488 115
Centro de Estudios Multidisciplinarios, San Juan 4 837 837 100.0 837 150
Colegio Biblico Pentecostal de Puerto Rico 3 236 233 98.7 233 23
Colegio de Cinematografia Artes y Television 6 364 364 100.0 364 10
Colegio Pentecostal Mizpa 3 224 224 100.0 224 18 16
Colegio Universitario de San Juan 1 853 853 100.0 853 147 54
Columbia Centro Universitario, Caguas 5 950 950 100.0 876 74 91 91 30
Columbia Centro Universitario, Yauco 5 477 477 100.0 477 54 14
EDIC College 6 536 536 100.0 536 44
EDP College of Puerto Rico Inc 5 904 904 100.0 839 65 61 60 9
EDP College of Puerto Rico Inc, San Sebastian 5 815 815 100.0 815 37 39
Escuela de Artes Plasticas de Puerto Rico 1 484 484 100.0 484 41
Huertas Junior College 6 1,562 1,562 100.0 1,562 272
Humacao Community College 4 501 501 100.0 501 95
ICPR Junior College, Arecibo 6 446 446 100.0 446 136
ICPR Junior College, General Institutional 6 401 401 100.0 401 101
ICPR Junior College, Mayaguez 6 514 514 100.0 514 73
Instituto Tecnologico de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Guayama 2 671 671 100.0 671
Instituto Tecnologico de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Ponce 2 731 731 100.0 731 213
Instituto Tecnologico de Puerto Rico, Recinto de San Juan 2 701 701 100.0 701
Inter American U of Puerto Rico, Aguadilla 3 4,323 4,323 100.0 4,131 192 46 362 31
Inter American U of Puerto Rico, Arecibo 3 4,695 4,695 100.0 4,426 269 29 413 101
Inter American U of Puerto Rico, Barranquitas 3 2,399 2,399 100.0 2,331 68 32 244 21
Inter American U of Puerto Rico, Bayamon 3 5,150 5,150 100.0 5,089 61 38 438 9
Inter American U of Puerto Rico, Fajardo 3 2,256 2,256 100.0 2,234 22 11 189
Inter American U of Puerto Rico, Guayama 3 2,347 2,347 100.0 2,297 50 50 225 28
Inter American U of Puerto Rico, Metro 3 10,598 10,598 100.0 6,865 3,733 44 793 787 32
Inter American U of Puerto Rico, Ponce 3 5,367 5,367 100.0 5,111 256 80 420 50
Inter American U of Puerto Rico, San German 3 5,967 5,967 100.0 4,894 1,073 33 531 231 6
John Dewey College, University Division 3 1,272 1,272 100.0 1,272 106 79
National College of Business and Technology, Arecibo 5 1,514 1,514 100.0 1,514 142 69
National College of Business and Technology, Bayamo 5 2,171 2,171 100.0 2,171 294 50
National College of Business and Technology, Rio Grande 5 1,060 1,060 100.0 1,060 164 2
Ponce Paramedical College Inc 6 2,879 2,879 100.0 2,879 87
Pontifical Catholic U of Puerto Rico, Arecibo 3 684 684 100.0 435 249 1 53 73
Pontifical Catholic U of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez 3 1,651 1,651 100.0 1,422 229 2 180 62
Pontifical Catholic U of Puerto Rico, Ponce 3 7,380 7,346 99.5 5,241 2,105 8 640 209 149 32
Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music 1 367 367 100.0 331 36 34 11
Ramirez College of Business and Technology 6 429 429 100.0 429 55
Universal Technology College of Puerto Rico 4 1,318 1,318 100.0 1,318 71
Universidad Adventista de las Antillas 3 889 808 90.9 738 70 24 84 4
Universidad Central Del Caribe 3 402 386 96.0 115 271 13 12 8 53
Universidad Del Este 3 10,503 10,503 100.0 10,138 365 117 872 61
Universidad Del Turabo 3 15,339 15,339 100.0 12,143 3,196 79 975 982
Universidad Metropolitana 3 12,112 12,112 100.0 9,525 2,587 79 708 729
Universidad Politecnica de Puerto Rico 3 5,844 5,844 100.0 5,136 708 470 129
University of Phoenix, Puerto Rico Campus 5 2,883 2,691 93.3 1,047 1,644 82 332
University of Puerto Rico in Ponce 1 3,265 3,265 100.0 3,265 74 372
University of Puerto Rico, Aguadilla 1 3,218 3,218 100.0 3,218 45 322
University of Puerto Rico, Arecibo 1 4,041 4,041 100.0 4,041 44 501
University of Puerto Rico, Bayamon 1 4,565 4,565 100.0 4,565 58 479
University of Puerto Rico, Carolina 1 3,937 3,937 100.0 3,937 123 464
University of Puerto Rico, Cayey University College 1 3,626 3,626 100.0 3,626 1 524
University of Puerto Rico, Humacao 1 4,306 4,289 99.6 4,289 121 449
University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez 1 12,380 12,380 100.0 11,305 1,075 1,438 108 3
University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus 1 2,420 2,391 98.8 431 1,960 39 133 225 194 3
University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus 1 19,075 19,048 99.9 15,275 3,773 2,375 364 178 72
University of Puerto Rico, Utuado 1 1,514 1,514 100.0 1,514 46 97
University of Sacred Heart 3 5,523 5,523 100.0 4,536 987 3 542 71
† 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 undergraduate students, defined as institutions with a full-time-equivalent undergradu-ate 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, 2006 and 2006–07 Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Spring 2007 and Fall 2007. (This table was prepared July 2008.)

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