Percentages of black faculty, students at state universities

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Posted: Nov 17, 2015 1:42 AM

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Here is a list of the public university flagship schools across the country reviewed by The Associated Press and the percentages of faculty and students who are black. The information is from 2013 federal records.

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State School Percentage black faculty Percentage black students
ALASKA University of Alaska Fairbanks 0.72 1.89
ALABAMA The University of Alabama 5.99 11.46
ARKANSAS University of Arkansas 3.38 5.07
ARIZONA University of Arizona 1.4 3.12
CALIFORNIA University of California-Berkeley 2.91 2.45
COLORADO University of Colorado Boulder 1.91 1.61
CONNECTICUT University of Connecticut 2.95 5.09
DELAWARE University of Delaware 4.14 5.26
FLORIDA Florida State University 4.56 8.52
GEORGIA University of Georgia 5.76 7.83
HAWAII University of Hawaii at Manoa 1.25 1.11
IOWA University of Iowa 2.38 2.75
IDAHO University of Idaho 0.91 1.07
ILLINOIS University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 4.46 4.98
INDIANA Indiana University-Bloomington 4.07 3.98
KANSAS University of Kansas 3.05 3.82
KENTUCKY University of Kentucky 3.73 6.98
LOUISIANA Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College 4.27 10.89
MAINE University of Maine 0.82 1.71
MICHICAN University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 3.33 4.15
MARYLAND University of Maryland-College Park 4.66 11.01
MASSACHUSETTS University of Massachusetts-Amherst 4.13 3.64
MINNESOTA University Minnesota-Twin Cities 2.01 3.4
MISSISSIPPI University of Mississippi 6.28 15.26
MISSOURI University of Missouri-Columbia 3.08 7.12
MONTANA University of Montana 0.35 0.71
NEBRASKA University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2.51 2.43
NEVADA University of Nevada-Reno 1.68 3.25
NEW HAMPSHIRE University of New Hampshire-Main Campus 1.87 1.15
NEW JERSEY Rutgers University-New Brunswick 4.23 8.1
NEW MEXICO University of New Mexico-Main Campus 2.04 2.46
NEW YORK University at Buffalo 2.54 5.65
NORTH CAROLINA University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 6 8.01
NORTH DAKOTA University of North Dakota 0.8 2.17
OHIO Ohio State University-Main Campus 3.66 5.64
OKLAHOMA University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus 2.51 5.6
OREGON University of Oregon 1.28 1.91
PENNSYLVANIA Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus 3.58 4.14
RHODE ISLAND University of Rhode Island 2.46 4.71
SOUTH CAROLINA University of South Carolina-Columbia 5.18 10.56
SOUTH DAKOTA South Dakota State University 0.7 1.72
TENNESSEE The University of Tennessee-Knoxville 4.11 7.19
TEXAS The University of Texas at Austin 3.74 3.96
UTAH University of Utah 0.92 1.19
VERMONT University of Vermont 2.46 1.29
VIRGINIA University of Virginia-Main Campus 3.66 5.7
WASHINGTON University of Washington-Seattle Campus 1.61 2.5
WEST VIRGINIA West Virginia University 2.82 4.09
WISCONSIN University of Wisconsin-Madison 1.97 2.32
WYOMING University of Wyoming 0.92 1.08

SOURCE: AP analysis of data from the National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education