List of United States University Campuses By Enrollment

List Of United States University Campuses By Enrollment

This list of largest United States university campuses by enrollment includes only individual four-year campuses, not four-year universities. Universities can have multiple campuses with a single administration.

What this list includes:

  • A single Individual campus with a single physical location of a four-year public university within the United States
  • Enrollment is the sum of the headcount of undergraduate and graduate students
  • Enrollment is counted by the 21st-day headcount, as provided to the United States Department of Education under the Common Data Set program.
  • Campuses that have small secondary physical locations that are not reported separately (for extended education, outreach, etc.) are indicated with a footnote.

What this list does not include:

  • University systems, or universities that have multiple physical campuses.

For other lists that measure university enrollment, see the See also section below.

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