US Graduate Schools Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

US Graduate Schools Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

Among 21,881,502 total enrollment, graduate schools have 2,978,637 students. Here we analyze the graduate students enrollment and visualize it as graphical charts.

There are 1,674,812 full graduate students and part time graduate students count is 5,380,956. Part-time is much more than full time. By gender, 1,230,588 male and 1,748,049 female students were enrolled in graduate schools last year. Unlike undergraduate school, female students are more than male at graduate schools.

 As expected, white students make up large portion of graduate students with 1,613,056 (60.73%). Black, Hispanic/Latino, and Asian students were followed by white students.

Table. Graduate School Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity
American Indian or Alaska Native11,462
Black or African American329,118
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander4,099
Two or more races39,164

You can see full information about us college enrollment at US College Enrollment Statistics page.

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