Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs): 2014-15 at a Glance

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In 2014-15, there were 435 HSIs located in 18 states and Puerto Rico. These institutions represented 13% of all institutions of higher education and enrolled 62% of Latino undergraduates.

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Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs): 2014-15 - UnitID List

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This list serves as a reference and provides the IPEDS Unit ID codes for each institution that was an HSI in 2014-15. This file was created using the Excelencia in Education “Create an HSI list” methodology located under “Tools.”

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Data: 2014-2015

Data: 2014-2015

The list of institutions identified as HSIs in this analysis is not intended to designate eligibility for any specific program; rather, the list is meant to assist in considering and analyzing the institutions that meet the basic legislative definition of a Hispanic-Serving Institution. The following are the most recent lists for HSIs, Emerging HSIs, and HSIs with graduate programs.

For a graphic with quick bits of information on the 435 HSIs, click here.

Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs): 2014-15 – Graduate Programs

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Summary and list of the 172 institutions identified as HSIs with Graduate Programs in 2014-15.

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Emerging Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs): 2014-15

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Summary and list of the 310 institutions identified as Emerging HSIs in 2014-15.

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UMD-Office of Graduate Diversity and Inclusion Spring Lecture Series

UMD-Office of Graduate Diversity and Inclusion Spring Lecture Series

When
February 10, 2016

Deborah Santiago, COO & VP of Policy at Excelencia in Education will participate in the Office of Graduate Diversity and Inclusion Spring Lecture Series. 

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Student Affordability and Debt

Student Affordability and Debt

When
February 3, 2016
Deborah Santiago, COO & VP of Policy at Excelencia in Education, will be speaking in the roundtable discussion, "Student Affordability and Debt". 
  

52nd Washignton Policy Seminar: “Reauthorization of HEA: What to Expect”

52nd Washignton Policy Seminar: “Reauthorization of HEA: What to Expect”

When
April 15, 2016
Deborah Santiago, COO & VP of Policy at Excelencia in Education, will participate in the panel "Reauthorization of HEA: What to Expect".

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