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The top 10 U.S. universities.

A look at the top 10, ranked by total student enrollment and ranking.

University of Texas at Austin Texas Tech University in Austin.

The Texas Tech student body has exploded since its founding in 1890, but its enrollment is still far below the national average.

Students in the university’s undergraduate and graduate programs have increased by more than 60% over the past four decades.

University Of Michigan University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Students enrolled in the Michigan school of business have grown by almost 100% over four decades, but their median family income has dropped.

The average family income in Michigan is $46,800, according to the U.K. The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Milwaukee University in Milwaukee.

The Milwaukee school has grown by nearly 3,000 students in the past five years.

The median family incomes in the school are now $63,500.

The College of William & Mary The College in Baltimore has more than 1,400 students enrolled, according the U-Va.

College of Arts and Sciences, more than double the student population of the college in 2012.

The college’s student population grew by more that 60% from 2010 to 2012, according its website.

The university now has more people on its roster than at any time in its history.

The school has nearly 5,000 full-time faculty members.

Harvard University Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has more students enrolled than any other U. S. public institution.

More than 2,400 full- and part-time undergraduate and advanced-degree students are enrolled, compared with fewer than 700 in the other top 10 universities, according on the Harvard website.

Harvard also has the largest undergraduate student population in the country, with more than 9,400 in 2016.

University College London The University College of London, in London, has the second-highest enrollment of any British university, after King’s College London, according a study by the University of California, Berkeley.

The U.k. has the sixth-highest percentage of its population enrolled in higher education, with 17.5% of the population in higher studies.

University University of Pennsylvania The University at Paolo Sorrentino, known as UPMC, has almost 4,000 student-students, according, according data compiled by the university.

The number of full- time faculty and staff members increased by almost 10% between 2010 and 2012, while the number of graduate students fell by nearly 8% between 2009 and 2011, according UPMT’s website.

University at Buffalo The University Buffalo, located in Buffalo, New York, has over 4,400 undergraduates and 2,200 graduate students.

The majority of the students in Buffalo’s undergraduate programs are students of color, according Cornell University, which published data on the campus in 2012 that showed black students were about 6% less likely to be accepted into graduate programs than their white peers.

The population of black and white students at the Buffalo campus is 7.4% and 8.6%, respectively, compared to 6.3% and 7.3%, respectively at King’s.

The Buffalo campus has more undergraduate and postgraduate students than any American university.

University in San Diego The University in Santa Ana, California, has 1,300 full-timers, with a median family household income of $68,000, according UC San Diego, which maintains data on its campus website.

Students at the university are predominantly from the country of origin, according To the Stars: How College Is Changing for Students of Color.

The city of San Diego has more student-athletes from underrepresented ethnic backgrounds than any major U.s. college, according USA Today.

University has a disproportionate number of African-American and Latino students The University is one of just four U. s. universities with a disproportionately high percentage of African American and Latino undergraduates, according Data.gov, a database that provides data on undergraduate and grad student populations.

In 2016, for example, nearly 4 in 10 students in undergraduate programs were African American or Latino, according an analysis by the National Center for Education Statistics.

The share of African Americans at the University is 10.5%, according to data from the U of C. African-Americans make up 7.5 percent of undergraduate students in graduate programs, and 4.4 percent in the community colleges.

University is among the top 5 for minority representation on campus, but not the top of any major University has the lowest percentage of students who are Black, Hispanic or Asian.

The data also shows that African Americans make up 9.2% of all undergraduate students and 6.5%.

Hispanic and Asian students make up 8.4%, and African Americans and Asians