Student Population Changes

The average student population over the last 10 years is 492 where 540 students are attending the school for the academic year 2019-2020. The following table and chart illustrate the changes in student population by gender at Landmark College since 2020.
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YearTotalUndergraduateGraduate
TotalMenWomenTotalMenWomen
2011-12488488328160000
2012-13473473308165000
2013-14494494360134000
2014-15518518376142000
2015-16466466330136000
2016-17468468322146000
2017-18461461317144000
2018-1951948933015930525
2019-2054050233316938632
Average492484334151816
Student Population Changes of Landmark College

Undergraduate Enrollment Changes

The average number of Undergraduate students over the last 10 years is 484 where 502 students are attending the Undergraduate school for the academic year 2019-2020. The following table and chart illustrate the changes in Undergraduate enrollment by attending status and gender at Landmark College since 2020.
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YearTotalFulltimeParttime
TotalMenWomenTotalMenWomen
2011-12488488328160000
2012-13473473308165000
2013-14494491357134330
2014-155184052991061137736
2015-16466373259114937122
2016-174683642571071046539
2017-184613612471141007030
2018-19489337245921528567
2019-205023452361091579760
Average4844842821224845228
Undergraduate Enrollment Changes of Landmark College

Graduate Enrollment Changes

The average number of Graduate students over the last 10 years is 8 where 38 students are attending the Graduate school for the academic year 2019-2020. The following table and chart illustrate the changes in Graduate enrollment by attending status and gender at Landmark College since 2020.
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YearTotalMenWomen
2011-120000000
2012-130000000
2013-140000000
2014-150000000
2015-160000000
2016-170000000
2017-180000000
2018-193000030525
2019-203800038632
Average8800816
Graduate Enrollment Changes of Landmark College

Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity Changes

The following table and chart illustrate the student population trends by race/ethnicity at Landmark College over the past 10 years (2011-2020).
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YearAmerican Indian or Native AmericanAsianBlackHispanicNative Hawaiian or Other Pacific IslanderWhiteTwo or More Races
2011-12082820232313
2012-131102812031514
2013-14073413033914
2014-151122019136912
2015-16291419032812
2016-172131822031915
2017-18116172503197
2018-19417273213059
2019-203172333033319
Average2122322032813
Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity Changes of Landmark College

Distance Learning (Online Courses) Enrollment Changes

47 students are enrolled in online degree programs exclusively and the number of online students has decreased 100% since 2013. The following table and chart illustrate the changes in the online student population by enrolled type at Landmark College from 2012 to 2020.
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YearTotal EnrollmentOnline CompletelyEnrolled in Some Online CoursesNot Enrolled in Online Courses
2012-1347304469
2013-14494017477
2014-155181611491
2015-16466210445
2016-17468220446
2017-18461480413
2018-195191260393
2019-205401390401
Average492474442
Distance Learning (Online Courses) Enrollment Changes of Landmark College

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