Facts at a Glance


How many public colleges are in Florida, 2012-13?

Colleges
28

Campuses
68

Sites
178

Campus Buildings
2,134

Acres of Land
13,320

Capital Assets
$7.7 billion


How many people work in Florida's colleges, Fall 2013?

Employees
45,809

Faculty Members Total:
21,681

Full-time
6,088

Part-time
15,593


What was the amount of funding for Florida's colleges, 2012-13?

General Revenue
$870 million

Student Fees
$872 million

Lottery Funding
$181 million


What do Florida's college students look like?

All Students Enrolled in a Course, Lower Division, Non-Credit, and Upper Division (Fall 2013)
879,948 students


Student Profile (Fall 2013 College Credit Students):

Full-time students
37%

Part-time students
63%

Average student age
26 years

Gender
59% female

Minority enrollment
55%


Enrollment by Program (2012-13)

(During the year, students may enroll in more than one program)

Bachelor's Degree Program
30,515

Associate of Arts Degree
348,089

Associate of Science Degree
112,798

College Credit Certificates
23,432

Vocational Certificates
25,041

College and Vocational Preparatory
154,734

Life Long Learning
1,804

(Additional college students are enrolled:  in apprenticeship courses, in courses related to employment, as general freshmen or for other personal objectives.)


How well do Florida college students perform?

Total Degrees/Certificates Annually Awarded, 2012-13:
105,886

Bachelors Degree Program
5,009

AA Degrees
57,690

AS Degrees (majority enter the workplace)
14,464

Vocational & College Credit Certificates
26,773

Educator Preparation Institutes (EPIs)
907


What is the annual student headcount in Florida College System institutions?

Academic Year
Annual Student Headcount

2005-06
870,352

2006-07
871,897

2007-08
907,907

2008-09
939,307

2009-10
972,091

2010-11
961,607

2011-12
944,505

2012-13
909,096