Ethnicity Reports, Fall 2007-Fall 2011

*This semester information will not match the Coordinating Board reports, because of funding course date guidelines. Coordinating Board guidelines exclude flex entry students. Flex entry students are included in this table.

Baytown Campus

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Ethnicity # % # % # % # % # %
Asian 83 1.6% 87 1.7% 82 1.4% 89 1.5% 87 1.4%
African-American 871 17.2% 829 16.0% 1,017 17.7% 1,035 17.3% 1,035 17.1%
Multiracial, one of which is African-American* - 0.0% - 0.0% - 0.0% 13 0.2% 59 1.0%
Hispanic 1,399 27.7% 1,489 28.8% 1,618 28.2% 1,861 31.1% 1,986 32.8%
International 71 1.4% 66 1.3% 87 1.5% 70 1.2% 47 0.8%
Other/Not Reported 49 1.0% 92 1.8% 109 1.9% 161 2.7% 120 2.0%
White 2,577 51.0% 2,604 50.4% 2,821 49.2% 2,749 46.0% 2,719 44.9%
Totals 5,050 100.0% 5,167 100.0% 5,734 100.0% 5,978 100.0% 6,053 100.0%

Huntsville Campus

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Ethnicity # % # % # % # % # %
Asian 9 1.1% 7 1.0% 8 0.9% 9 1.1% 6 1.2%
African-American 219 27.2% 194 27.7% 272 29.4% 202 25.4% 160 31.9%
Multiracial, one of which is African-American* - 0.0% - 0.0% - 0.0% - 0.0% - 0.0%
Hispanic 174 21.6% 166 23.7% 199 21.5% 198 24.9% 121 24.2%
International - 0.0% - 0.0% - 0.0% - 0.0% - 0.0%
Other/Not Reported 6 0.7% 11 1.6% 13 1.4% 7 0.9% 2 0.4%
White 398 49.4% 323 46.1% 432 46.8% 378 47.6% 212 42.3%
Totals 806 100.0% 701 100.0% 924 100.0% 794 100.0% 501 100.0%

Lee College Total

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Ethnicity # % # % # % # % # %
Asian 92 1.6% 94 1.6% 90 1.4% 98 1.4% 93 1.4%
African-American 1,090 18.6% 1,023 17.4% 1,289 19.4% 1,237 18.3% 1,195 18.2%
Multiracial, one of which is African-American* - 0.0% - 0.0% - 0.0% 13 0.2% 59 0.9%
Hispanic 1,573 26.9% 1,655 28.2% 1,817 27.3% 2,059 30.4% 2,107 32.1%
International 71 1.2% 66 1.1% 87 1.3% 70 1.0% 47 0.7%
Other/Not Reported 55 0.9% 103 1.8% 122 1.8% 168 2.5% 122 1.9%
White 2,975 50.8% 2,972 49.9% 3,253 48.9% 3,127 46.2% 2,931 44.7%
Totals 5,856 100.0% 5,868 100.0% 6,658 100/08% 6,772 100.0% 6,554 100.0%

*Federal reporting of race/ethnicity categories changed effective fall 2010. The new reporting categories will make longitudinal comparisons problematic. Hispanics are identified by an ethnicity question that is separate from the racial question. Hispanic students, except international ones, are identified by the ethnicity question. In addition to the “African-American” non-Hispanic category, there is a listing for “Multiracial, one of which is African-American.” “Asian” includes Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islanders. “Other” includes American Indian, Alaskan Native, Unknown, and two or more races, excluding African-American. International students are shown separately and excluded from the race/ethnicity breakouts.