Total Enrollment 195,590
At Kansas colleges, there are 195,590 students including 167,018 undergraduate and 28,572 graduate schools students in total for academic year 2020-2021. By attending status, there are 115,002 full-time and 80,588 part-time students with gender distribution of 85,981 male and 109,609 female students.
Enrollment By Gender
Kansas colleges have a total enrollment of 195,590 with a gender distribution of 43.96% male and 56.04% female students for academic year 2020-2021.
Enrollment by Attendance Status
Kansas colleges have a total of 115,002 full-time students and 80,588 part-time students. In undergraduate schools, 101,505 students are attending classes with full-time status and 65,513 are part-time students. In graduate school, 13,497 students are full-time and 15,075 students are attending schools with part-time status.
For Kansas colleges, 56,873 students are enrolled exclusively in online courses and 60,188 students are enrolled in some online courses/degree programs out of total 195,590 students. In undergraduate schools, 97,863 students enrolled in online courses and 19,198 students took at least one online graduate course.
|In Some Online Classes||60,188||54,518||5,670|
|Not In Online Classes||78,529||69,155||9,374|
This section analyzes the student population by race/ethnicity at Kansas colleges. There are 122,789 Caucasian, 14,375 Black/African American, 5,850 Asian, and 22,050 Hispanic students in Kansas colleges.
|American Indian/Native American||2,275||949||1,326|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islnader||429||229||200|
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