Hispanic-serving colleges show gains

The federal government’s investment in Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSIs) has helped those colleges increase their capacity to better serve Latino students, concludes a study by Excelencia

Building a Latino Wave in STEM

The Latino population in the U.S. is growing quickly, but their demographic makes up less than 10 percent of the science, technology, engineering and math workforce.
 

Report: Latinos Stick With Studies at High Rates to Get Higher Education

Students attending Hispanic-Serving Institutions are more likely to stick with their studies than students at all other colleges and universities, even though they may have to stop and start the

From Capacity to Success: HSIs, Title V, and Latino Students

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This graphic provides a snapshot of the Title V: Developing HSIs program and Latino student success over the last 20 years.

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From Capacity to Success: HSIs, Title V, and Latino Students

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Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) enroll over 60 percent of Latino undergraduates and generally enroll a high enrollment of needy students with relatively limited resources. The federal government has funded the development of HSIs since 1995 to expand and enhance their capacity, quality, and the educational achievement of their Latinos and other low-income students. This brief examines the impact of 20 years of investment in HSIs and the link of this support on Latino student success.

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From Capacity to Success: HSIs, Title V, and Latino Students

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May 18, 2016
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Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) enroll over 60 percent of Latino undergraduates and generally enroll a high enrollment of needy students with relatively limited resources. The federal government has funded the development of HSIs since 1995 to expand and enhance their capacity, quality, and the educational achievement of their Latinos and other low-income students. This brief examines the impact of 20 years of investment in HSIs and the link of this support on Latino student success.

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How Latino Students Fare at Selective Colleges

Latino students who attend highly selective colleges and universities graduate at significantly higher rates than their peers at other institutions, but just 12 percent of Latino students attend

The Three Dimensions of Place-Based Learning at Hispanic-Serving Institutions

The Three Dimensions of Place-Based Learning at Hispanic-Serving Institutions

Incorporating local knowledge into the HSI mission is crucial to the long-term success of Hispanic students.

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