Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida

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Independent Colleges and
Universities of Florida
Type Private Colleges
and Universities
Established 1956 (1956)
President Ed H. Moore
Location Florida, U.S.
Website www.icuf.org

The Independent Colleges & Universities of Florida (ICUF) is an association of 29 private, educational institutions in the state of Florida. Like the 12 public universities in Florida, all ICUF schools are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The current President is Dr. Ed H. Moore. ICUF institutions issues nearly one-third of college degrees at the baccalaureate level and above in Florida.[1]

Members of ICUF[edit]

University Location Established Acceptance Rate Students (Fall 2014)[2] Campus Area (acres) Alumni
Ave Maria University Ave Maria 1998 48% 1,081 1000
Barry University Miami Shores 1940 57% 8,518 122 Alumni
Beacon College Leesburg 1989 63% 223 12
Bethune-Cookman University Daytona Beach 1904 77% 4,044 82 Alumni
Eckerd College St. Petersburg 1958 67% 2,083 188 Alumni
Edward Waters College Jacksonville 1866 82% 929 23
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach 1925 78% 5,538 406 Alumni
Flagler College St. Augustine 1968 40% 2,782 19
Florida College Temple Terrace 1942 85% 555 20
Adventist University of Health Sciences Orlando 1992 65% 2,090 9
Florida Institute of Technology Melbourne 1958 57% 6,393 130
Florida Memorial University Miami Gardens 1879 80% 1,528 44
Florida Southern College Lakeland 1883 58% 2,670 100 Alumni
Hodges University Naples 1990 79% 1,892 16
Jacksonville University Jacksonville 1934 39% 4,085 190 Alumni
Lynn University Boca Raton 1962 68% 2,613 123
Nova Southeastern University Fort Lauderdale 1964 58% 24,148 480 Alumni
Palm Beach Atlantic University West Palm Beach 1968 78% 3,865 120
Ringling College of Art and Design Sarasota 1931 73% 1,219 35
Rollins College Winter Park 1885 58% 3,207 70 Alumni
Saint Leo University Saint Leo 1889 71% 16,349 170 Alumni
St. Thomas University Miami Gardens 1961 65% 2,217 140 Alumni
Southeastern University Lakeland 1935 78% 3,834 68
Stetson University DeLand 1883 64% 4,137 174
University of Miami Coral Gables 1925 37% 16,674 230 Alumni
The University of Tampa Tampa 1931 49% 7,683 100 Alumni
Warner University Lake Wales 1968 60% 1,161 380
Webber International University Babson Park 1927 57% 732 110

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Information for Students". Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida. Archived from the original on 2007-06-26. Retrieved 2007-07-28. 
  2. ^ "College Navigator". U.S. Department of Education. 2016. Retrieved June 1, 2016. 

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