Framing, Not Blaming: Improving Latino College Transfer in Texas expands knowledge about Texas Latino students while providing higher education institutions and policymakers with actionable information to help more Latino students graduate.
Waukegan to College helps a growing Latino community outside of Chicago prepare for college. All Waukegan to College participants graduate from high school and 100% enroll in institutions of higher education compared to 52% of students from the local high school.
Student Voices - Preparing Undergraduates through Mentoring towards Ph.D.s (PUMP), California State University-Northridge
The number of mathematics PhDs is increasing thanks to the efforts of PUMP. Between 1996 and 2000 only one CSU Northridge math baccalaureate completed a Ph.D. program. Since 2014, at CSUN 31 Latino students have entered a Master’s program and 18 Latino students entered Ph.D. programs.
Student Voices - Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP), CUNY Bronx Community College
ASAP’s model has created a clear pathway towards college completion. Students that participate in the program have a three-year graduation rate of 54% compared to the institutional three-year graduation rate of 18%.
Excelencia in Education today announced its 2017 Examples of Excelencia, spotlighting four programs that have shown outstanding, evidence-based results of improving Latino student success in higher education.