3rd Annual Diversity Abroad Conference

3rd Annual Diversity Abroad Conference

When
March 23, 2015

Sarita Brown, President of Excelencia in Education, will participate as a panelist during the Engaging the Latino Student Population in International Education session at the 3rd Annual Diversity Abroad Conference.

Selected Funding Opportunities

Selected Funding Opportunities

Institutions serving Latinos need significant support for programmatic and student services. External organizations are increasingly looking to partner with these institutions to help accelerate Latino student success. HSI-CP2 is including opportunities to support these partnerships. These opportunities have been sent to Excelencia to share with our network, and external partners manage all the opportunities listed.

What Works for Latino Students in Higher Education Series

Publication Release
February 23, 2015
By

Excelencia in Education description here to summarize Growing What Works for Latinos in Higher Education Series.  

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Helping or Hindering? State Policies & Latino College Completion

Publication Release
March 10, 2015
By

This release highlights state policy efforts that may help, hinder or need to be reexamined to close equity gaps in college completion for Latinos in three targeted states—Colorado, Texas, and California. This audit benefited from collaboration with partners in each of these states, who lead efforts to improve state policy to increase college completion for Latinos and all others in their states.

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Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs): Advancing Research and Transformative Practice

Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs): Advancing Research and Transformative Practice

When
March 13, 2015

Emily Calderon Galdeano, Excelencia in Education Director of Research, will participate in a session titled, Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs): Advancing Research and Transformative Practice.

The Power of Higher Education for Hispanics and Latinos in Social and Economic Outcomes

The Power of Higher Education for Hispanics and Latinos in Social and Economic Outcomes

When
March 7, 2015

During the Power of Higher Education for Hispanics and Latinos in Social and Economic Outcomes conference hosted by the Project for Equity, Representation, and Governance at Texas A&M

New Release: 2013-14 HSI Data

Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) are identified by their Latino student enrollment, rather than by their institutional mission. New analysis includes the most recent lists for HSIs, Emerging HSIs, and HSIs with graduate programs.

HSIs with Graduate Data

In 2013-14, percent of all Latino graduate students enrolled at HSIs with graduate programs.

HSIs and Emerging HSIs Data

In 2013-14, 61 HSIs had FTE enrollments of over 5,000 Latino students.

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