October 5 & 6, Nation's Capitol

Early bird registration is open for the Accelerating Latino Student Success (ALASS) Institute.

Bloomberg-backed Group to Help Poorer Students Graduate From College

When he was trying to get into his top choice university, Alejandro Hidalgo of Garland, Texas looked ahead with excitement.

California Presidential Symposium for Latino Student Success

California Presidential Symposium for Latino Student Success

March 16, 2017

University of La Verne President, Devorah Lieberman, and Excelencia in Education will hold the 1st California Presidential Symposium for Latino Student Success.

Growing What Works: Sharing Evidence-Based Practices for Latino Student Success

On February 7, 2017, Excelencia in Education presented a webinar on their “Growing What Works” initiative that highlights effective examples of programs advancing Latino success in higher

Bothell AT&T employees offer training, guidance to Latino students

An AT&T Employee Resource Group in Bothell called HACEMOS is helping Latino students see career possibilities.

Relationships Matter in Recruiting Latino Students

A year ago Addi Hernandez was an administrative assistant at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College.

Students From Rider and Hirschi Highs Learn More about STEM Career Fields at AT&T

Students from Rider and Hirschi High Schools had the chance to learn more about careers in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, at the AT&T building on Kell Blvd. today.

HSICP2 Contact

HSICP2 Contact

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Should College Be a Public Good or a Private Benefit?

The cost of higher education has skyrocketed in recent decades. According to the U.S.

Penn Center Aims to Boost Hispanic Faculty Pipeline

Many colleges and universities across the United States have committed to recruiting more faculty of color. In some cases, they are facing pressure from students to do so.