WASHINGTON - In 2014-15, 13 percent of colleges and universities identified as Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) enrolled 62 percent of all Latino undergraduates in the U.S. according to Excelencia in Education’s annual analysis released today. The number of colleges and universities that meet the definition of HSIs in 2014-15 rose...

WASHINGTON – Elected officials and higher education leaders from across the country came together today in the nation’s capital for the announcement of the 2015 Examples of Excelencia, America’s top evidence-based programs that increase higher education achievement for Latino students.

IIOWA - Many Hispanic students lag behind their peers in college readiness, though they aspire to attend college at similar rates, according to a new report released today by ACT and Excelencia in Education.

WASHINGTON, June 17, 2015 – Excelencia in Education today unveiled new analysis of the top 25 colleges and universities graduating Latinos in science, technology, engineering, and math fields in 2012-13.  This new brief provides a profile of the current Latino workforce in science, technology, engineering, and math f

VIRGINIA - College access and success for Latino students improves when counselors work to increase awareness of higher education options and include families in the application process. The report released by the National Association of College Admission Counseling (NACAC) and Excelencia in Education,College Counseling for Latino...

WASHINGTON – Excelencia in Education today unveiled new research showing that Latino degree attainment is increasing in high-demand health related fields while job placements are concentrated in lower paying healthcare occupations.  The brief provides analysis of the state of Latino degree attainment in healthcare fiel

WASHINGTON - Analysis includes overview of 20 years of HSIs, 2013-14 list of HSIs, Emerging HSIs, and HSIs with graduate programs

WASHINGTON – Excelencia in Education has unveiled the 2015 Factbook, which provides timely information about current Latino student educational achievement and establishes a baseline from which to measure performance over time.

WASHINGTON - National initiative adds to largest inventory of proven practices for accelerating degree completion among Latinos.

WASHINGTON - Bill & Melinda Gates, Kresge, Lumina, TG, and Gilbert & Jacki Cisneros leveraging Excelencia in Education’s decade of leadership to achieve goals.

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