Fast Facts

State Ranking

Vermont had the 50th largest Latino population in the U.S.

Latino Population

K-12 Population
2%
State Population
2%

Median Age

Latino
26
White
42

Degree Attainment

Latino
44%
Total
42%

Equity Gap
in Degree Completion

Graduation Rates

Latino
58%
White
62%
Equity Gap
4%

Completions per 100 FTE

Latino
17%
White
19%
Equity Gap
2%

Completions Relative to the Population in Need

Latino
88%
White
28%
Equity Gap
-60%

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Top 5 Enrolling Institutions

ENROLLING: Top 5 Institutions (Hispanic Undergraduates) in Vermont, 2011-12

Rank Institution Sector Grand Total Hispanic Total % Hispanic
1 University of Vermont 4yr Public 11,482 422 4
2 Middlebury College 4yr Private Not-For-Profit 2,507 159 6
3 Community College of Vermont 2yr Public 6,578 145 2
4 Norwich University 4yr Private Not-For-Profit 2,339 93 4
5 Champlain College 4yr Private Not-For-Profit 2,690 73 3

Top 5 Associate Degree Institutions

ASSOCIATE DEGREES: Top 5 Institutions Awarding to Hispanics in Vermont, 2011-12

Rank Institution Sector Grand Total Hispanic Total % Hispanic
1 Landmark College 2yr Private Not-For-Profit 103 6 6
2 Community College of Vermont 2yr Public 518 5 1
3 Vermont Technical College 4yr Public 325 4 1
4 New England Culinary Institute 4yr Private For-Profit 73 4 6
5 Southern Vermont College 4yr Private Not-For-Profit 53 2 4

Top 5 Bachelor Degree Institutions

BACHELOR DEGREES: Top 5 Institutions Awarding to Hispanics in Vermont, 2011-12

Rank Institution Sector Grand Total Hispanic Total % Hispanic
1 University of Vermont 4yr Public 2,497 77 3
2 Middlebury College 4yr Private Not-For-Profit 674 38 6
3 Norwich University 4yr Private Not-For-Profit 410 18 4
4 Saint Michael's College 4yr Private Not-For-Profit 470 8 2
5 Goddard College 4yr Private Not-For-Profit 95 8 8