Total Enrollment 1,017
Bladen Community College has a total enrollment of 1,017 (all undergraduate students) for academic year 2018-2019. By attending status, there are 187 full-time and 830 part-time students with gender distribution of 347 male and 670 female students. Bladen Community College is offering the distance learning opportunity (online degree program) and total 261 students have enrolled online program exclusively.
Bladen Community College has a total enrollment of 1,017 with a gender distribution of 34.12% male (347 students) and 65.88% female (670 students).
Bladen Community College has 187 full-time and 830 part-time students. In undergraduate school, 187 students are attending classes with full-time status, and 830 students are attending with part-time status.
At Bladen Community College, 261 students have enrolled exclusively in online courses and 271 students have enrolled in some online courses out of total 1,017 students.
|In Some Online Classes||271||271||0|
|Not In Online Classes||485||485||0|
This section analyzes the student population by race/ethnicity at Bladen Community College. There are 168 American Indian/Native American, 446 White, 236 Black/African American, 1 Asian, 104 Hispanic, 2 Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, and 22 students with other races.
|American Indian/Native American||168||28||140|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||2||1||1|
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