Headcount Enrollment by Level and Pennsylvania and Out-of-State Residency
Total University
Fall Term, 1992-1996
                                         
                                         
  1992       1993       1994       1995       1996    
LEVEL                                        
Undergraduate                                        
Pennsylvania residents   22,437   93%   21,932   93%   20,962   92%   20,313   91%   19,887   90%
Out-of-State residents   1,640   7%   1,689   7%   1,756   8%   1,938   9%   2,121   10%
    ______       ______       ______       ______       ______    
Undergraduate Total   24,077       23,621       22,718       22,251       22,008    
                                         
Graduate                              
Pennsylvania residents   6,956   70%   6,812   69%   6,514   68%   6,359   66%   6,149   66%
Out-of-State residents   2,940   30%   3,046   31%   3,046   32%   3,209   34%   3,238   34%
    ______       ______       ______       ______       ______    
Graduate Total   9,896       9,858       9,560       9,568       9,387    
                                         
UNIVERSITY                                        
Pennsylvania residents   29,393   87%   28,744   86%   27,476   85%   26,672   84%   26,036   83%
Out-of-State residents   4,580   13%   4,735   14%   4,802   15%   5,147   16%   5,359   17%
    ______       ______       ______       ______       ______    
UNIVERSITY TOTAL   33,973       33,479       32,278       31,819       31,395    
    ______       ______       ______       ______       ______    
    ______       ______       ______       ______       ______    
                                         
                                         
Notes: Figures include undergraduate, graduate, and first professional students.
Figures exclude students enrolled at other colleges and universities who are cross-registered at the University of Pittsburgh (Cooperative Education Programs).

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