Webinar: Tell Your Program's Success Story

Webinar: Tell Your Program's Success Story

When
March 28, 2016
Learn effective strategies to use when writing a profile for Examples of Excelencia.
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Webinar: How Excelencia Finds Examples of What Works for Latino Students

Webinar: How Excelencia Finds Examples of What Works for Latino Students

When
March 1, 2016

Excelencia in Education will host a webinar to give an overview of the Examples of Excelencia process.

Regents Advisory Committee on Latino College Completion-Leading with What Works for Latino Student Success

Regents Advisory Committee on Latino College Completion-Leading with What Works for Latino Student Success

When
February 26, 2016
Excelenica in Education’s COO & VP of Policy, Deborah Santiago, presents at the upcoming, Regents Advisory Committee on Latino College Completion “Leading with What Works for Latino

AGB’s National Conference on Trusteeship

AGB’s National Conference on Trusteeship

When
April 18, 2016
AGB is the premier organization centered on governance in higher education and strives to continuously advance the practice of governance by designing and instilling best practices and advocatin

96th AACC Annual Convention

96th AACC Annual Convention

When
April 11, 2016
Description:  Ladder of Engagement for Latino Student Success:
Role of Community Colleges
 

31st Annual ACT Enrollment Planners Conference

31st Annual ACT Enrollment Planners Conference

When
July 14, 2016
Enrollment planners from four and two year public and private colleges and universities will find complete content tracks addressing Higher Ed Policy and Practice with Excelencia focuse

2016 NASPA Annual Conference

2016 NASPA Annual Conference

When
March 15, 2016
Each year, NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, recognizes members who are doing outstanding work in the student affairs profession.

Colleges With at Least 25 Percent Latinos Have Doubled

The number of colleges where Latinos make up at least a quarter of the student body has more than doubled over the past two decades.

The Importance of Place in Defining a Hispanic-Serving Mission

The Importance of Place in Defining a Hispanic-Serving Mission

Developing HSI missions requires knowledge and understanding of the place where an HSI is located.

New Program Aims to Boost Number of Latino Faculty

Each Hispanic-serving school will select 10 undergrads to participate in the program and their mentors.

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