Table 79

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by University and College, 2013

State University/College Campus Student
enrollment1
Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
ALABAMA Alabama A&M University 4,853 36 16 20
Alabama State University 5,816 42 31 11
Auburn University Montgomery 5,005 17 10 7
Bishop State Community College 3,791 13 10 3
Calhoun Community College 11,177 8 7 1
Faulkner State Community College 4,400 5 5 0
Jacksonville State University 9,161 19 14 5
Jefferson State Community College 8,878 11 9 2
Northwest-Shoals Community College 3,717 4 4 0
Samford University 4,758 18 14 4
Troy University 22,554 27 17 10
Tuskegee University 3,117 35 17 18
University of Alabama: Birmingham 17,999 160 88 72
Huntsville 7,636 25 18 7
Tuscaloosa 33,503 84 71 13
University of Montevallo 3,083 19 9 10
University of North Alabama 7,032 14 12 2
University of South Alabama 14,636 36 28 8
Wallace Community College: Dothan 4,581 3 3 0
Selma 1,790 5 3 2
ALASKA University of Alaska: Anchorage 17,497 24 16 8
Fairbanks 9,223 15 9 6
ARIZONA Arizona State University Main Campus 73,378 126 71 55
Central Arizona College 7,018 9 6 3
Northern Arizona University 25,991 30 19 11
Pima Community College 32,988 53 29 24
University of Arizona 40,223 122 67 55
Yavapai College 8,283 8 7 1
ARKANSAS Arkansas State University: Beebe 4,643 5 4 1
Jonesboro 13,877 24 20 4
Arkansas Tech University 10,950 17 15 2
Henderson State University 3,773 9 8 1
Northwest Arkansas Community College 8,341 17 14 3
Southern Arkansas University 3,330 5 5 0
Southern Arkansas University Tech 1,817 4 4 0
University of Arkansas: Fayetteville 24,537 40 33 7
Little Rock 12,872 33 21 12
Medical Sciences 2,809 51 36 15
Monticello 3,945 9 8 1
Pine Bluff 2,828 18 8 10
University of Central Arkansas 11,107 37 27 10
CALIFORNIA Allan Hancock College 10,837 11 4 7
California State Polytechnic University: Pomona 22,156 26 17 9
San Luis Obispo 18,679 32 15 17
California State University: Bakersfield 8,520 15 11 4
Channel Islands 4,920 26 15 11
Chico 16,470 27 16 11
Dominguez Hills 13,933 25 18 7
East Bay 13,851 23 13 10
Fresno 22,565 30 21 9
Fullerton 37,677 39 27 12
Long Beach 36,279 36 23 13
Los Angeles 21,755 29 16 13
Monterey Bay 5,609 20 14 6
Northridge 36,164 35 22 13
Sacramento 28,539 36 23 13
San Bernardino 18,234 25 14 11
San Jose 30,448 69 30 39
San Marcos 10,610 30 14 16
Stanislaus 8,882 20 11 9
College of the Sequoias 10,947 8 7 1
Contra Costa Community College 6,899 34 23 11
Cuesta College 9,834 11 6 5
El Camino College 23,405 33 25 8
Foothill-De Anza College 38,900 16 10 6
Humboldt State University 8,116 19 12 7
Marin Community College 7,058 8 7 1
Pasadena Community College 22,859 16 10 6
Riverside Community College 17,218 29 23 6
San Bernardino Community College 17,311 14 8 6
San Diego State University 30,843 47 23 24
San Francisco State University 30,500 54 29 25
San Jose/Evergreen Community College 19,186 10 3 7
Santa Rosa Junior College 22,823 25 13 12
Solano Community College 9,772 2 1 1
Sonoma State University 9,021 21 12 9
State Center Community College District 35,367 18 14 4
University of California: Berkeley 35,893 147 65 82
Davis 32,354 89 45 44
Hastings College of Law 1,159 12 12 0
Irvine 27,479 47 33 14
Los Angeles 39,945 94 56 38
Merced 5,760 25 12 13
Riverside 20,947 42 29 13
San Diego 28,294 65 33 32
San Francisco 3,137 117 47 70
Santa Barbara 21,927 48 32 16
Santa Cruz 17,404 23 13 10
Ventura County Community College District 13,030 15 14 1
West Valley-Mission College 20,179 15 9 6
COLORADO Adams State University 3,290 5 4 1
Arapahoe Community College 11,806 16 9 7
Auraria Higher Education Center2 40 29 11
Colorado School of Mines 5,721 8 7 1
Colorado State University Fort Collins 30,659 45 33 12
Fort Lewis College 3,883 10 8 2
Pikes Peak Community College 15,175 20 18 2
Red Rocks Community College 9,031 6 3 3
University of Colorado: Boulder 31,945 66 37 29
Colorado Springs 10,612 28 16 12
Denver 22,396 61 26 35
Health Sciences Center2 57 25 32
University of Northern Colorado 13,070 21 14 7
CONNECTICUT Central Connecticut State University 12,091 27 21 6
Eastern Connecticut State University 5,440 24 17 7
Southern Connecticut State University 11,117 31 25 6
University of Connecticut: Health Center2 34 14 20
Storrs, Avery Point, and Hartford2 87 70 17
Western Connecticut State University 6,176 22 15 7
Yale University 11,906 100 84 16
DELAWARE Delaware State University 4,324 34 16 18
University of Delaware 21,856 75 47 28
FLORIDA Edison State College 15,731 19 10 9
Florida A&M University 12,057 37 29 8
Florida Atlantic University 29,994 52 34 18
Florida Gulf Coast University 13,445 21 15 6
Florida International University 46,171 84 58 26
Florida State University: Panama City2 6 5 1
Tallahassee 40,695 81 63 18
New College of Florida 832 18 12 6
Pensacola State College 11,862 14 8 6
Santa Fe College 15,362 20 16 4
Tallahassee Community College 14,237 25 12 13
University of Central Florida 59,601 95 60 35
University of Florida 49,913 122 81 41
University of North Florida 16,201 33 25 8
University of South Florida: St. Petersburg 4,587 20 14 6
Tampa 41,116 57 42 15
University of West Florida 12,652 30 21 9
GEORGIA Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College 3,233 13 13 0
Albany State University 4,275 32 17 15
Andrew College 292 3 3 0
Armstrong Atlantic State University 7,439 29 20 9
Augusta Technical College 4,339 2 2 0
Bainbridge College 2,942 9 5 4
Berry College 2,166 18 12 6
Clark Atlanta University 3,419 44 15 29
Dalton State College 5,047 16 13 3
Darton State College 6,396 12 11 1
Emory University 14,236 69 49 20
Fort Valley State University 3,568 34 12 22
Georgia College and State University 6,444 22 15 7
Georgia Gwinnett College 9,397 25 20 5
Georgia Institute of Technology 21,557 96 73 23
Georgia Military College2 5 3 2
Georgia Perimeter College 23,619 127 45 82
Georgia Regents University 2,506 59 42 17
Georgia Southern University 20,574 46 36 10
Georgia Southwestern State University 2,973 10 9 1
Georgia State University 32,087 151 66 85
Gordon State College 4,171 11 10 1
Gwinnett Technical College 6,682 2 1 1
Kennesaw State University 24,604 69 37 32
Mercer University 8,329 31 22 9
Middle Georgia College 3,104 15 14 1
North Georgia College and State University 6,413 39 31 8
Piedmont College 2,464 3 3 0
Southern Crescent Technical College 5,543 4 3 1
Southern Polytechnic State University 6,202 13 11 2
South Georgia College 2,226 11 7 4
Spelman College 2,145 27 17 10
University of Georgia 34,519 107 85 22
University of West Georgia 11,769 38 27 11
Valdosta State University 12,515 31 23 8
Wesleyan College 715 5 5 0
West Georgia Technical College 6,645 6 6 0
Young Harris College 1,030 4 4 0
ILLINOIS Illinois Central College 11,125 21 8 13
Illinois State University 20,706 31 24 7
Joliet Junior College 15,589 23 14 9
Lewis University 6,539 17 9 8
Parkland College 8,679 17 11 6
Rend Lake College 3,815 5 5 0
Southern Illinois University: Carbondale 18,847 56 37 19
Edwardsville 14,055 56 38 18
School of Medicine2 16 7 9
University of Illinois Springfield 5,048 22 15 7
INDIANA Butler University 4,712 28 20 8
Indiana State University 12,114 34 24 10
Indiana University Southeast 6,904 14 11 3
Marian University 2,580 13 8 5
Purdue University 40,393 55 39 16
IOWA Iowa State University 30,748 44 34 10
University of Iowa 30,129 70 41 29
University of Northern Iowa 12,273 25 17 8
KANSAS Emporia State University 5,867 9 8 1
Kansas City Kansas Community College 7,479 17 16 1
Kansas State University 24,378 40 21 19
Pittsburg State University 7,289 15 13 2
University of Kansas Main Campus 27,135 56 27 29
Washburn University 7,204 19 14 5
Wichita State University 14,716 38 25 13
KENTUCKY Eastern Kentucky University 15,968 28 21 7
Kentucky State University 2,524 12 8 4
Morehead State University 11,169 25 15 10
Murray State University 10,832 20 15 5
Northern Kentucky University 15,634 22 16 6
University of Louisville 21,239 48 38 10
LOUISIANA Delgado Community College 18,096 41 27 14
Louisiana State University: Baton Rouge 30,225 69 59 10
Health Sciences Center, Shreveport 888 43 30 13
McNeese State University 8,584 13 8 5
Tulane University 12,958 125 82 43
University of New Orleans 10,071 27 27 0
MAINE University of Maine: Farmington 2,179 4 4 0
Orono 10,901 27 19 8
University of Southern Maine 9,382 19 11 8
MARYLAND Bowie State University 5,421 27 13 14
Coppin State University 3,612 31 21 10
Frostburg State University 5,421 21 17 4
Hagerstown Community College 5,005 1 1 0
Morgan State University 7,952 56 37 19
Salisbury University 8,657 28 14 14
St. Mary's College 1,933 13 1 12
Towson University 21,960 59 39 20
University of Baltimore 6,558 37 17 20
University of Maryland: Baltimore City 6,368 142 49 93
Baltimore County 13,637 42 25 17
College Park 37,248 132 87 45
Eastern Shore 4,454 18 14 4
MASSACHUSETTS Amherst College 1,817 16 12 4
Assumption College 2,813 28 18 10
Bentley University 5,647 32 21 11
Boston College 14,605 75 53 22
Boston University 32,603 69 53 16
Brandeis University 5,808 29 21 8
Bridgewater State University 11,417 26 21 5
Bristol Community College 9,022 10 6 4
Bunker Hill Community College 13,504 14 13 1
Clark University 3,503 13 11 2
Dean College 1,322 36 32 4
Emerson College 4,531 20 16 4
Fitchburg State University 6,889 18 15 3
Framingham State University 6,506 18 15 3
Hampshire College 1,461 16 12 4
Holyoke Community College 7,164 12 12 0
Lasell College 1,980 34 22 12
Massachusetts College of Art 2,326 30 9 21
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 1,799 13 9 4
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 11,189 57 54 3
Massasoit Community College 8,209 16 14 2
Merrimack College 2,694 16 11 5
Mount Holyoke College 2,347 20 14 6
Northeastern University 27,694 89 56 33
North Shore Community College 7,912 25 23 2
Quinsigamond Community College 8,991 14 13 1
Salem State University 9,456 26 22 4
Smith College 3,212 18 14 4
Springfield College 3,284 42 15 27
Tufts University Medford 10,837 72 40 32
University of Massachusetts: Amherst 28,236 76 57 19
Dartmouth 9,210 37 24 13
Harbor Campus, Boston 15,874 40 30 10
Wellesley College 2,482 19 14 5
Wentworth Institute of Technology 4,152 21 14 7
Western New England University 3,802 28 18 10
Westfield State University 6,081 25 19 6
Worcester Polytechnic Institute 5,957 23 17 6
MICHIGAN Central Michigan University 27,626 29 22 7
Delta College 10,763 10 7 3
Eastern Michigan University 23,518 41 31 10
Ferris State University 14,533 18 14 4
Grand Rapids Community College 17,448 16 12 4
Grand Valley State University 24,654 20 16 4
Kalamazoo Valley Community College 11,052 8 5 3
Kellogg Community College 6,002 1 1 0
Kirtland Community College 1,807 1 1 0
Lansing Community College 19,082 15 12 3
Macomb Community College 23,729 34 30 4
Michigan State University 48,783 108 75 33
Michigan Technological University 6,933 15 12 3
Mott Community College 9,968 13 9 4
Northern Michigan University 9,159 26 20 6
Oakland Community College 27,296 24 23 1
Oakland University 19,740 27 22 5
Saginaw Valley State University 10,552 13 11 2
University of Michigan: Ann Arbor 43,426 71 52 19
Dearborn 8,790 26 9 17
Flint 8,289 28 15 13
Western Michigan University 24,598 65 30 35
MINNESOTA University of Minnesota: Duluth 11,491 12 10 2
Morris 1,896 5 3 2
Twin Cities 51,853 63 50 13
MISSISSIPPI Coahoma Community College 2,305 10 9 1
Jackson State University 8,819 69 42 27
Mississippi State University 20,365 44 35 9
Northeast Mississippi Community College 3,407 8 8 0
University of Mississippi: Medical Center 2,147 80 61 19
Oxford 18,794 48 32 16
MISSOURI Lincoln University 3,205 15 12 3
Metropolitan Community College 20,141 48 35 13
Mineral Area College 3,784 9 8 1
Missouri Southern State University 5,417 8 7 1
Missouri University of Science and Technology 7,645 19 12 7
Missouri Western State University 6,056 12 10 2
Northwest Missouri State University 6,831 14 12 2
Southeast Missouri State University 11,601 25 17 8
St. Charles Community College 7,642 11 9 2
St. Louis Community College: Florissant Valley2 11 9 2
Meramec 26,603 12 9 3
Three Rivers Community College 4,651 6 5 1
Truman State University 6,237 9 8 1
University of Central Missouri 11,878 22 19 3
University of Missouri: Columbia 34,704 52 34 18
Kansas City 15,990 41 26 15
St. Louis 16,705 29 23 6
Washington University 13,952 50 29 21
MONTANA Montana State University 14,269 34 18 16
NEBRASKA Metropolitan Community College Douglas County 17,376 22 18 4
University of Nebraska: Kearney 7,199 12 9 3
Lincoln 24,207 60 31 29
NEVADA Truckee Meadows Community College 11,603 10 7 3
University of Nevada: Las Vegas 27,389 49 33 16
Reno 18,227 21 16 5
NEW HAMPSHIRE University of New Hampshire 15,267 32 19 13
NEW JERSEY Brookdale Community College 14,637 11 11 0
Essex County College 11,979 46 11 35
Kean University 15,391 51 25 26
Middlesex County College 12,898 15 10 5
Monmouth University 6,472 34 17 17
Montclair State University 18,382 46 35 11
New Jersey Institute of Technology 9,944 65 30 35
Princeton University 7,975 90 29 61
Richard Stockton College of New Jersey 8,400 27 17 10
Rowan University 12,183 92 34 58
Rutgers University: Camden 6,343 73 20 53
Newark 12,011 31 25 6
New Brunswick 40,434 108 60 48
Stevens Institute of Technology 5,649 22 18 4
The College of New Jersey 7,270 26 16 10
William Paterson University 11,423 44 30 14
NEW MEXICO Eastern New Mexico University 5,804 9 8 1
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology 2,105 24 9 15
New Mexico State University 17,651 32 19 13
University of New Mexico 29,033 1 1 0
NEW YORK Cornell University 21,424 75 52 23
Ithaca College 6,759 39 21 18
State University of New York: Albany 17,312 61 40 21
Binghamton 15,308 45 31 14
Buffalo 28,952 35 33 2
Stony Brook 23,946 146 66 80
Upstate Medical Center 1,635 112 14 98
State University of New York Agricultural and Technical College: Alfred 3,528 17 12 5
Canton 3,780 10 9 1
Farmingdale 7,889 23 16 7
Morrisville 3,095 13 11 2
State University of New York College: Brockport 8,271 17 15 2
Buffalo 11,781 35 33 2
Environmental Science and Forestry 2,255 10 9 1
Fredonia 5,521 16 15 1
Geneseo 5,557 19 15 4
New Paltz 7,655 27 23 4
Old Westbury 4,422 23 19 4
Oneonta 6,041 27 17 10
Optometry 336 17 6 11
Plattsburgh 6,167 23 16 7
Potsdam 4,224 14 12 2
Purchase 4,240 31 26 5
Technology 3,151 14 11 3
NORTH CAROLINA Appalachian State University 17,589 41 25 16
Beaufort County Community College 1,964 2 2 0
Belmont Abbey College 1,706 5 4 1
Davidson College 1,790 9 7 2
Duke University 15,386 156 57 99
East Carolina University 26,947 67 53 14
Elizabeth City State University 2,878 16 7 9
Elon University 6,029 21 15 6
Fayetteville State University 6,060 33 15 18
Methodist University 2,359 9 8 1
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University 10,636 25 21 4
North Carolina Central University 8,604 57 27 30
North Carolina School of the Arts 880 17 12 5
North Carolina State University Raleigh 34,340 54 40 14
Queens University 2,394 14 7 7
Saint Augustine's University 1,442 24 7 17
University of North Carolina: Asheville 3,751 21 14 7
Chapel Hill 29,278 98 50 48
Charlotte 26,232 55 45 10
Greensboro 18,516 50 31 19
Pembroke 6,269 18 14 4
Wilmington 13,733 45 29 16
Wake Forest University 7,432 44 22 22
Western Carolina University 9,608 20 20 0
Winston-Salem State University 5,689 32 15 17
NORTH DAKOTA North Dakota State College of Science 3,066 4 3 1
North Dakota State University 14,443 24 15 9
University of North Dakota 15,250 19 16 3
OHIO Cuyahoga Community College 29,701 33 25 8
Kent State University 28,602 41 30 11
Lakeland Community College 9,283 14 10 4
Miami University 17,683 32 23 9
Ohio State University: Columbus 56,387 53 46 7
Mansfield 1,265 5 1 4
Marion 1,273 1 1 0
Newark 2,390 5 1 4
Wooster 612 5 5 0
Ohio University 27,402 31 24 7
Shawnee State University 4,652 9 7 2
University of Cincinnati 33,347 103 47 56
University of Toledo 21,453 45 37 8
Wright State University 16,780 26 20 6
OKLAHOMA Cameron University 6,115 13 13 0
East Central University 4,819 5 5 0
Mid-America Christian University 2,606 5 5 0
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College 2,526 9 8 1
Northeastern State University: Broken Arrow2 7 7 0
Tahlequah 8,721 18 14 4
Oklahoma City University 3,299 18 13 5
Oklahoma State University: Main Campus 25,708 44 33 11
Okmulgee 3,936 6 6 0
Tulsa 457 9 7 2
Rogers State University 4,774 8 8 0
Seminole State College 2,185 2 2 0
Southeastern Oklahoma State University 4,103 8 7 1
Southwestern Oklahoma State University 5,106 7 6 1
Tulsa Community College 19,557 32 25 7
University of Central Oklahoma 17,211 24 17 7
University of Oklahoma: Health Sciences Center 3,605 61 43 18
Norman 27,507 70 39 31
PENNSYLVANIA Bloomsburg University 9,950 22 16 6
California University 8,608 21 17 4
Cheyney University 1,284 20 12 8
Clarion University 6,520 16 11 5
Dickinson College 2,386 20 14 6
East Stroudsburg University 6,943 19 17 2
Edinboro University 7,462 15 14 1
Indiana University 15,596 30 22 8
Kutztown University 9,804 19 15 4
Lehigh University 7,080 31 22 9
Lock Haven University 5,328 13 11 2
Mansfield University 3,131 12 9 3
Millersville University 8,368 18 16 2
Moravian College 1,910 14 11 3
Pennsylvania State University: Altoona 3,863 10 8 2
Beaver 759 6 6 0
Behrend 4,149 11 7 4
Berks 2,747 9 8 1
Harrisburg 4,376 8 7 1
Hazleton 1,060 5 5 0
McKeesport 635 5 5 0
Mont Alto 1,107 5 5 0
Schuylkill 867 5 5 0
University Park 45,783 76 45 31
Shippensburg University 7,724 19 16 3
Slippery Rock University 8,559 20 16 4
University of Pittsburgh: Bradford 1,518 7 6 1
Greensburg 1,723 9 8 1
Johnstown 2,932 14 13 1
Pittsburgh 28,769 154 93 61
Titusville 388 7 6 1
West Chester University 15,411 22 21 1
RHODE ISLAND Brown University 8,885 90 51 39
University of Rhode Island 16,451 31 26 5
SOUTH CAROLINA Benedict College 2,917 25 22 3
Bob Jones University 3,469 4 4 0
Clemson University 20,768 40 30 10
Coastal Carolina University 9,335 76 30 46
College of Charleston 11,723 43 32 11
Columbia College 1,257 14 13 1
Denmark Technical College 2,003 11 5 6
Erskine College 751 2 2 0
Francis Marion University 4,093 15 13 2
Furman University 2,915 19 14 5
Lander University 3,049 15 13 2
Medical University of South Carolina 2,731 81 60 21
Midlands Technical College 11,949 6 6 0
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College 3,004 5 4 1
South Carolina State University 3,807 27 15 12
Spartanburg Methodist College 811 5 4 1
The Citadel 3,499 17 16 1
Trident Technical College 17,224 29 25 4
University of South Carolina: Aiken 3,211 8 7 1
Columbia 31,288 87 69 18
Upstate 5,561 16 15 1
Winthrop University 6,170 23 16 7
SOUTH DAKOTA South Dakota State University 12,583 18 13 5
TENNESSEE Austin Peay State University 10,597 27 16 11
Christian Brothers University 1,603 16 8 8
Cleveland State Community College 3,640 2 2 0
East Tennessee State University 15,133 27 20 7
Jackson State Community College 4,494 3 2 1
Middle Tennessee State University 25,394 48 40 8
Northeast State Community College 6,446 7 7 0
Roane State Community College 6,508 8 6 2
Southwest Tennessee Community College 12,220 26 14 12
Tennessee Technological University 11,469 21 14 7
Tennessee State University 8,740 37 22 15
University of Memphis 22,139 41 37 4
University of Tennessee: Chattanooga 11,660 25 14 11
Health Science Center2 55 26 29
Knoxville 29,833 79 51 28
Martin 7,743 16 12 4
Vanderbilt University 12,710 166 86 80
Volunteer State Community College 8,177 9 7 2
Walters State Community College 6,554 10 8 2
TEXAS Abilene Christian University 4,367 15 14 1
Alamo Community College District 58,007 83 62 21
Alvin Community College 5,109 12 10 2
Amarillo College 11,530 14 12 2
Angelo State University 6,888 16 12 4
Austin College 1,260 8 7 1
Baylor Health Care System2 152 51 101
Baylor University Waco 15,364 36 27 9
Brookhaven College 12,790 29 17 12
Central Texas College 22,443 8 7 1
College of the Mainland 4,010 8 7 1
Eastfield College 14,178 22 21 1
El Paso Community College 32,127 38 33 5
Grayson College 4,903 4 3 1
Hardin-Simmons University 2,301 8 7 1
Houston Baptist University 2,589 13 11 2
Houston Community College 58,476 100 64 36
Lamar University Beaumont 14,289 46 29 17
Laredo Community College 9,356 23 21 2
McLennan Community College 9,302 15 8 7
Midwestern State University 5,916 15 10 5
Mountain View College 9,068 13 13 0
North Lake College 11,397 23 22 1
Paris Junior College 5,513 4 4 0
Prairie View A&M University 8,336 37 17 20
Rice University 6,484 56 28 28
Richland College 19,552 21 21 0
Southern Methodist University 10,893 34 26 8
South Plains College 9,444 6 6 0
Southwestern University 1,394 7 6 1
Stephen F. Austin State University 12,999 49 27 22
St. Mary's University 3,941 21 17 4
Sul Ross State University 2,680 9 7 2
Tarleton State University 12,524 17 16 1
Texas A&M International University 7,213 28 19 9
Texas A&M University: College Station 50,627 121 62 59
Commerce 11,871 30 20 10
Corpus Christi 10,508 27 15 12
Galveston 2,014 9 8 1
Kingsville 11,350 19 14 5
San Antonio2 13 11 2
Texas Southern University 9,646 65 32 33
Texas State Technical College: Harlingen 5,509 14 10 4
Waco 4,277 16 14 2
West Texas 810 5 5 0
Texas State University San Marcos 34,225 43 36 7
Texas Tech University Lubbock 32,467 83 49 34
Texas Woman's University 15,168 39 17 22
Tyler Junior College 11,374 21 19 2
University of Houston: Central Campus 40,747 131 42 89
Downtown Campus 13,916 30 17 13
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor 3,287 11 9 2
University of North Texas: Denton 37,950 74 40 34
Health Science Center 1,949 21 9 12
University of Texas: Arlington 33,239 123 38 85
Austin 52,186 153 62 91
Brownsville 13,636 33 10 23
Dallas 19,727 52 21 31
El Paso 22,749 55 23 32
Health Science Center, San Antonio 3,249 103 36 67
Health Science Center, Tyler2 17 8 9
Houston 4,779 342 89 253
Medical Branch 3,012 97 55 42
Pan American 19,302 41 19 22
Permian Basin 4,021 19 11 8
San Antonio 30,474 104 45 59
Southwestern Medical School 2,424 130 39 91
Tyler 6,858 25 12 13
West Texas A&M University 7,909 18 14 4
UTAH Snow College 4,599 2 2 0
University of Utah 32,388 113 32 81
Utah State University: Eastern2 2 1 1
Logan 28,786 17 11 6
Utah Valley University 31,562 11 9 2
Weber State University 26,532 12 11 1
VERMONT University of Vermont 13,098 33 21 12
VIRGINIA Christopher Newport University 5,186 24 19 5
College of William and Mary 8,258 27 21 6
Eastern Virginia Medical School 993 49 20 29
Emory and Henry College 945 4 2 2
Ferrum College 1,510 9 9 0
George Mason University 32,961 67 45 22
Hampton University 4,765 54 31 23
James Madison University 19,927 41 31 10
J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College 12,846 23 14 9
Longwood University 4,834 22 15 7
Lord Fairfax Community College 7,288 2 2 0
Norfolk State University 7,100 36 21 15
Northern Virginia Community College 51,864 60 48 12
Old Dominion University 24,670 54 46 8
Radford University 9,573 30 20 10
Richard Bland College 1,532 4 4 0
Thomas Nelson Community College 10,942 13 9 4
University of Mary Washington 5,093 22 16 6
University of Richmond 4,361 33 20 13
University of Virginia 23,907 123 50 73
University of Virginia's College at Wise 2,420 10 9 1
Virginia Commonwealth University 31,445 126 84 42
Virginia Military Institute 1,664 10 9 1
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 31,087 69 49 20
Virginia State University 6,208 35 20 15
Virginia Western Community College 8,440 9 9 0
WASHINGTON Central Washington University 11,268 14 13 1
Eastern Washington University 12,587 14 13 1
Evergreen State College 4,509 17 8 9
University of Washington 43,485 82 44 38
Washington State University: Pullman 27,679 22 17 5
Vancouver2 4 3 1
Western Washington University 14,833 21 15 6
WEST VIRGINIA Bluefield State College 1,935 2 2 0
Concord University 2,834 8 6 2
Fairmont State University 4,451 10 7 3
Glenville State College 1,898 3 3 0
Marshall University 13,708 23 22 1
Potomac State College 1,781 5 4 1
Shepherd University 4,326 10 9 1
West Liberty University 2,804 5 5 0
West Virginia State University 2,644 6 5 1
West Virginia Tech 1,107 7 6 1
West Virginia University 29,707 61 49 12
WISCONSIN University of Wisconsin: Eau Claire 11,067 12 11 1
Green Bay 6,801 13 10 3
La Crosse 10,385 16 11 5
Madison 42,269 126 67 59
Milwaukee 28,712 55 43 12
Oshkosh 13,519 13 11 2
Parkside 4,731 12 8 4
Platteville 8,668 9 8 1
River Falls 6,443 10 7 3
Stevens Point 9,695 8 3 5
Stout 9,283 9 8 1
Superior 2,697 7 2 5
Whitewater 12,028 16 14 2
WYOMING Northern Wyoming Community College District 4,236 6 4 2
University of Wyoming 12,903 25 14 11
  • 1 The student enrollment figures provided by the United States Department of Education are for the 2012 school year, the most recent available. The enrollment figures include full-time and part-time students.
  • 2 Student enrollment figures were not available.

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