Celebrating Latino Student Success

Effective Institutional Outcomes

It is important that as we seek best practices in supporting Latina/o students on our campuses, or in developing and implementing policies that may affect millions of students, that our perspective be conscious of the diversity among us and context-specific experiences.

Desiree Zerquera, Assistant Professor, Department of Leadership Studies, University of San Francisco

An Asset-Based Approach

Effecitive Institutional Outcomes

Excelencia in Education believes institutions and communities intentionally acting and measuring their postsecondary student success can be agents of change. When institutions and leaders are committed to sharing and learning what works for Latino students, we are able to replicate and use evidence-based practices that serve Latino students and enrich our society with their talents and energies.