Florida School of Traditional Midwifery

Florida School of Traditional Midwifery

Gainesville, Florida


Students

Florida School of Traditional Midwifery has 67 undergradute students. 0% of the undergraduate students are male compared to 100% female.

Undergradute Enrollment

67

Enrollment by gender

0%

0% men

100%

100% women

Students by Ethnicity

The ethnic diversity of undergraduate students at Florida School of Traditional Midwifery comprises of 43% "White" which is the largest ethnic group followed by 25% "Black or African American", 22% "Hispanic/Latino", 3% "Two or more races", 3% "Race/ethnicity unknown", 1% "American Indian or Alaska Native", 1% "Asian/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander", 1% "Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander", 0% "Nonresident Alien" and 0% "Asian".

Enrollment by ethnicity

0%

0% Asian

43%

43% White

22%

22% Hispanic/Latino

0%

0% Nonresident Alien

3%

3% Two or more races

3%

3% Race/ethnicity unknown

25%

25% Black or African American

1%

1% American Indian or Alaska Native

1%

1% Asian/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

1%

1% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

Students by Age

The age distribution of students at Florida School of Traditional Midwifery consists of the largest percent of undergraduate students (70%) in the 25 to 64 years age group followed by 30% in the 18 to 24 years age group, 0% in the under 18 years age group, and 0% in the over 65 years age group.

Enrollment by age

0%

0% Over 65 years

30%

30% 18 to 24 years

70%

70% 25 to 64 years

0%

0% Under 18 years