At Florida International University, 76 percent of undergraduate students are traditional students - age 24 or younger - and 57 percent are female, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.
The four-year public institution in Miami enrolled 56,718 students in fall 2017, including 47,629 in undergraduate and 9,089 in graduate programs, data shows. 11.7 percent of undergraduates transferred from another college or university.
82 percent of undergraduates are residents of Florida, and 3 percent are residents of other states. 14 percent are citizens of foreign countries.
The undergraduate student body is comprised mostly of students who identify as Hispanic or Latino (68 percent) and Black or African American (13 percent).
The school admitted 54 percent of the 19,757 students who applied for fall 2017. Of those who were admitted, 41 percent enrolled.