Answered By: Rich Gause Last Updated: Dec 12, 2014 Views: 396
Go to the State University Factbook which provides information about UCF and the other state universities, including enrollment by nation of citizenship. Select the year, e.g., 2013-2014, and the Topic: Enrollment, then select the button to [Get Factbooks]
Table 17.00 Total Headcount Enrollment by Nation of Citizenship -- Fall/Final
For Fall 2013 (the most recent data available in October 2014) there were 59,770 students enrolled at UCF. Of those, 56,173 (94%) were from the United States. The remaining 3,597 students came from 145 countries, broken out as follows:
- 19 countries with 50+ students each (2,508 students)
- 39 countries with 10-49 students each (800 students)
- 87 countries with 1-9 students each (289 students)
The 19 countries with 50+ students enrolled at UCF in Fall 2013 were:
- 292 - Colombia
- 275 - China
- 261 - Venezuela
- 230 - India
- 162 - Haiti
- 161 - Brazil
- 161 - Canada
- 133 - United Kingdom
- 120 - Iran
- 120 - Peru
- 99 - Jamaica
- 84 - South Korea
- 68 - Saudi Arabia
- 65 - Vietnam
- 61 - Cuba
- 59 - Russia
- 55 - Ecuador
- 52 - Dominican Republic
- 50 - Mexico
See the UCF Office of Institutional Knowledge Management Fact Books for "Headcount Enrollment by Ethnic Origin, Discipline, Classification & Year", e.g., Black, Non-Hispanic; Hispanic; American Indian; Asian; White, Non-Hispanic; Non-Resident Alien.
See also the Multicultural Resources guide for additional information.
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