These fact sheets share information on the top institutions where the highest concentrations of Latinos are graduating with associate, bachelor, master’s, first professional and doctoral degrees. The data an analysis in these fact sheets aim to serve as an informational tool to compel more outreach and engagement of college-educated Latinos.

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More information is available in the Condition of Latinos in Education: 2015 Factbook.

    

Fact Sheets include:   

Associate Degrees – Top 25 institutions awarding associate degrees to Latinos in 2012-13. Texas had the most institutions (7), followed by Florida (6).

 

Bachelor Degrees – Top 25 institutions awarding bachelor’s degrees to Latinos in 2012-13. California had the most institutions (8), followed by Texas (7).

 

Master’s Degrees – Top 25 institutions awarding master’s degrees to Latinos in 2012-13. California had the most institutions (6), followed by Texas (5).

 

First Professional Degrees – Top 25 institutions awarding doctoral degrees to Latinos at the professional practice level in 2012-13. Florida and Puerto Rico had the most institutions (6 each).

 

Doctoral Degrees – Top 25 institutions awarding doctoral degrees to Latinos at research/scholarship level in 2012-13. California had the most institutions (9), followed by Texas (4) and Puerto Rico (4).

 

For an interactive tool to view Latino student success by state, please visit Latino College Completion: United States

  • College Completion
  • Top 25 Institutions
  • Higher Education

Resources

Fact sheets: Top 25 Institutions Graduating Latinos – All Disciplines - 2015 Condition of Latinos in Education: 2015 Factbook

Research File