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D., and 10.2 percent would like to become a medical doctor. Among freshmen, 21.7 percent are conservative and 27.3 percent are liberal. During a 10-year span ending in 2009, undergraduate enrollment has jumped 38 percent, with some of the highest growth occurring in Arizona (149 percent), Georgia (77 percent), West Virginia (56 percent), and Florida (54 percent). Less than one third of Americans hold at least a bachelor’s degree, but at least 30 percent of adults in 16 states—mostly on the coasts—have earned a bachelor’s degree or higher.He had lived within the Churubusco community his entire life.He was a confirmed member of Faith Lutheran Church. Andy was athletic: he was a letterman in football and baseball, played American Legion baseball in the summers and basketball his freshman & sophomore years. The family desired to provide a scholarship each year to an outgoing high school senior with attributes similar to those Andy possessed. While I cover the higher-ed world, some of the statistics that I find in the issue stun me each year.For instance, I certainly didn’t know this: 9.4 percent of all college students attend community college in California. Today I’m sharing some of the latest higher-ed statistics that you might find surprising: 1. One of the fastest growing degrees is in park, recreation, leisure, and fitness studies.