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African American Enrollment at Bachelor Degree
Granting Institutions - 2001 and 2011
Change in Market Share
HBCU, 22%
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African American Enrollment at Bachelor Degree
Granting Institutions - 2001 and 2011
Number Enrolled 2000 2011 % Change
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African american enrollment at bachelor degree granting institutions

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Market share and enrollment trends in HBCU and other institutions between 2001 and 2011.
Posted here by: Dr. Charlie Nelms. Source: National Center for Education Statistics IPEDS Enrollment Files

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African american enrollment at bachelor degree granting institutions

  1. 1. African American Enrollment at Bachelor Degree Granting Institutions - 2001 and 2011 Change in Market Share HBCU, 22% ForProfit, 4% CC-4Yr, 1% OthPub, 49% OthPriv, 24% 2000 HBCU, 14% ForProfit, 22% CC-4Yr, 5% OthPub, 38% OthPriv, 21% 2011
  2. 2. African American Enrollment at Bachelor Degree Granting Institutions - 2001 and 2011 Number Enrolled 2000 2011 % Change Total African Americans 945,306 1,705,605 80% HBCUs 212,073 232,611 10% For-Profit Institutions 40,231 374,096 830% Community Colleges offering 4-year Degrees 6,151 92,105 1397% Other four-year Public Institutions 462,551 640,511 38% Other four-year Private, non-Profit Institutions 224,300 366,282 63% Market Share 2000 2011 Chg in % HBCUs 22% 14% -9% For-Profit Institutions 4% 22% 18% Community Colleges offering 4-year Degrees 1% 5% 5% Other four-year Public Institutions 49% 38% -11% Other four-year Private, non-Profit Institutions 24% 21% -2% Source: National Center for Education Statistics IPEDS Enrollment Files

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