|Source: University Websites
|Date Verified: 7.26.2013
|In the United States, there are over 4,400 colleges and universities. In popular usage, the word “college” is the generic term for any post-secondary undergraduate education. Americans go to “college” after high school, regardless of whether the specific institution is formally a college or a university. Some students choose to dual-enroll, by taking college classes while still in high school. The word and its derivatives are the standard terms used to describe the institutions and experiences associated with American post-secondary undergraduate education.
|Largest U.S. colleges and universities by total enrollment
||City University of New York
||State University of New York
||University of Phoenix
||California State University
||Community College of the Air Force
||Maricopa County Community College District
||Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana
||Miami Dade College
||City College of San Francisco
||The Pennsylvania State University
||Florida State College at Jacksonville
||Arizona State University
||Houston Community College System
||University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
||University of Puerto Rico
||Northern Virginia Community College
||North Harris Montgomery Community College District
||The Ohio State University
||University of Florida
||Austin Community College
statistics on largest us colleges by enrollment size ? what is the total enrollment for the university of florida ? which college has the highest number of students enrolled at undergraduate ? total number of students enrolled at the university of ohio ? total number of students currently enrolled at new york state university NYU enrollment ?statistic on college enrollment?
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Source: Statistic Brain Research Institute (Online / Direct Response Mail)
Content Author: Statistic Brain
Date research was conducted: December 23, 2013
Largest Colleges by Enrollment Statistics