Hispanic-Serving Institutions

Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs)

65%

HSIs are less than 15% of institutions but enroll 65% of Latino undergraduates.

Excelencia in Education analysis using: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Integrated Postsecondary Education System (IPEDS): 2016-2017 Fall Institutional Characteristics and Enrollment Surveys

HSIs: Success in Enrolling Latino Students

Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI)

Since Excelencia's founding, we have worked with diverse institutions serving and graduating Latino students and have tracked HSIs and Emerging HSIs.

HSIs are defined in federal legislation as public or not-for-profit degree granting institutions with 25% or more Latino undergraduate full-time equivalent enrollment (Higher Education Act 2008).

HSIs 2016-2017

492
HSIs
333
Emerging HSIs
1.97M
Latino Undergraduate Students
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Did You Know ...

Excelencia in Education created the term "Emerging HSIs" as a way to track institutions on their way to becoming an HSIs. Emerging HSIs are defined as institutions as public or not-for-profit degree granting institutions with 15-24% Latino undergraduate full-time equivalent enrollment.

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