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Here’s a sampling of statistics researched by The Chronicle data team.
More than 50 percent of all students, undergraduate and graduate, full and part time, were age 21 or younger in the fall of 2018. At for-profit four-year colleges, however, more than 50 percent were 30 or older.
Four-year public colleges were the most likely to have had 4 percent or more of undergraduates formally report that they had a disability to the campus’s office of disability services or a similar office.
Colleges with online offerings predominated among institutions with the most students receiving Post-9/11 GI Bill or Department of Defense Tuition Assistance benefits in 2017-18. The 15 institutions that enrolled the most students receiving Department of Defense Tuition Assistance benefits collected more than 60 percent of all such benefits in 2017-18.
More students data
- Colleges With the Most Students Awarded Pell Grants by Sector, 2017-18
- Transfer Students as a Percentage of Total Enrollment, Fall 2018
- Fastest-Growing Colleges, 2008-18
- Colleges With the Largest Enrollments, Fall 2018
- Enrollment by Carnegie Classification, Fall 2018
- Colleges With the Highest Admissions Selectivity, 2018-19
- Recipients of Title IV Federal Financial Aid, by Income Level and Sector