August 19, 2022

Higher Education - Florida's Colleges & Universities

Chart: For-Profit Colleges & Universities in Florida

Ranked by enrollment.

| 6/12/2013
Rank Institution Main Campus Enrollment President
1 Full Sail University Winter Park 20,160 Garry I. Jones
2 Everest University Various 8,393 Melissa Flores
3 University of Phoenix Various 6,179 William Pepicello
4 Rasmussen College Various 5,400 Kristi A. Waite
5 DeVry University Various 4,987 Ron Ogrodnik
6 Ultimate Medical Academy Various 4,749 Steve Kemler
7 ITT Technical Institute Various 4,676 Kevin Modany
8 Miami International University of Art and Design Miami 4,068 Erika Fleming
9 Universal Technical Institute Orlando 4,061 Charles Barresi
10 Strayer University Various 3,760 Michael Plater
11 The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale 3,738 Claude Toland
12 Florida Career College Various 3,651 David Knobel
13 International Academy of Design & Technology Tampa/Orlando 3,638 Mark Page
14 Sanford-Brown Institute Tampa (4 in Florida) 3,475 Ben Sedrine
15 Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts Orlando 3,236 Joe Hardiman
16 Florida Technical College Kissimmee 2,966 David Ruggieri
17 Beauty Schools of America Miami (5 in Florida) 2,964 John W. Rebstock
18 Florida National University Hialeah 2,744 Maria Regueiro
19 Fortis College Miami (9 in Florida) 2,718 Denyse Antunes
Sources: Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges; Florida Trend research.
Note: Enrollment does not include online students. List includes only schools with more than 2,100 students.
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