What Is The Average Yield (enrollment Rate) In Florida?
The admission yield is a percentage of accepted students to admit a college who are finally enrolled the school. Yield is often used interchangeably with enrollment rate. A high admission yield at a school implies that the school is preferred than other (or similar) schools to enroll. It is reasonable to think that the enrolled chose the school based on the school's benefits such as academic excellence and financial advantages.
The average yield of Florida colleges is 43.51%. Total 291,522 students out of 540,906 applicants have accepted into Florida colleges and 71,521 enrolled into one of schools. By gender, the admission yield of female students is 41.93% and male students' yield is 46.20%
The next schools are the top 5 Florida colleges that have the highest yield. DeVry University-Florida has the highest yield of 91.67% among Florida colleges. University of Florida-Online and Trinity Baptist College have also high yield of 91.30% and 64.17% respectively. We select the schools with an acceptance rate of less than 70%. You can view more schools at Florida colleges with highest yield.
- DeVry University-Florida Yield: 91.67%, Acceptance rate: 40.91%
- University of Florida-Online Yield: 91.30%, Acceptance rate: 65.74%
- Trinity Baptist College Yield: 64.17%, Acceptance rate: 43.01%
- Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide Yield: 58.27%, Acceptance rate: 69.56%
- Southeastern University Yield: 54.30%, Acceptance rate: 44.92%
The following table summarizes the average yield (enrollment rate) in Florida.
|Total||Public||Private (not-for-profit)||Private (for-profit)|
|4 years or high||36.92%||34.23%||36.91%||44.00%|