Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology

Institute of Allied Medical Professions Demographics & Diversity Report

What does the Institute of Allied Medical Professions student population look like? College Factual wanted to know the truth so we crunched the numbers. We analyzed racial demographics, gender ratios, age and location diversity of college campuses accross the United States. See how Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology fared in our 2021 diversity report.

Institute of Allied Medical Professions Student Population

564 Total Students

How Many Students Attend Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology?

Institute of Allied Medical Professions total enrollment is approximately 564 students.

Institute of Allied Medical Professions Undergraduate Population

Male/Female Breakdown of Undergraduates

The full-time Institute of Allied Medical Professions undergraduate population is made up of 87% women, and 13% men.

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For the gender breakdown for all students, go here.

Institute of Allied Medical Professions Racial/Ethnic Breakdown of Undergraduates

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Race/Ethnicity Number
Black or African American 277
White 139
Hispanic 91
Multi-Ethnic 31
Asian 20
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 2
Unknown 1
International 0

See racial/ethnic breakdown for all students.

Average Ranking in Overall Diversity Nationwide

Institute of Allied Medical Professions achieved a College Factual diversity rank of #2,081 out of 3,514 total schools in the ranking.

Overall Diversity Ranking  2081 out of 3514
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Overall Diversity Score  40.79 out of 100
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Some schools are more diverse in different categories, some are less. This school ranks close to average in overall diversity, and some categories may be more diverse than others. The diversity categories measured on this page are student race/ethnicity, gender, age, and location.

How Does Institute of Allied Medical Professions Diversity Compare to National Averages?

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Institute of Allied Medical Professions is considered middle of the road when it comes to overall diversity. Some aspects of diversity may be stronger than others.

Extremely Racially/Ethnically Diverse

75% Racial-Ethnic Minorities *

Institute of Allied Medical Professions is ranked 488 out of 3,790 when it comes to the racial/ethnic diversity of the students.

Racial-Ethnic Diversity Ranking  488 out of 3790
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Racial-Ethnic Diversity Score  87.15 out of 100
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High racial diversity in the student body means plenty of opportunities to interact with and learn from students with different backgrounds and cultures than you.

Institute of Allied Medical Professions Racial Demographics:

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Race/Ethnicity Number
Black or African American 277
White 139
Hispanic 91
Multi-Ethnic 31
Asian 20
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 2
Unknown 1
International 0

One Gender Dominates

More Female Students

Institute of Allied Medical Professions ranks 3,183 out of 3,790 when it comes to gender parity on campus.

Student Gender Ratio  3183 out of 3790
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Student Male/Female Diversity Score  16.02 out of 100
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This school is more popular with women than with men.

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There are approximately 489 female students and 75 male students at Institute of Allied Medical Professions.

High Student Age Diversity

High Student Age Diversity
23.17% Traditional College Age
The age diversity score this school received indicates it is doing a good job attracting students of all ages.

Student Age Diversity  86.00 out of 100.
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A traditional college student is defined as being between the ages of 18-21. At Institute of Allied Medical Professions, 23.17% of students fall into that category, compared to the national average of 60%.

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Student Age Group Amount
35 and over 40
25-29 33
20-21 28
22-24 28
30-34 25
18-19 10
Under 18 0

Notes and References

Footnotes

*The racial-ethnic minorities count is calculated by taking the total number of students and subtracting white students, international students, and students whose race/ethnicity was unknown. This number is then divided by the total number of students at the school to obtain the racial-ethnic minorities percentage.

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