What Works in Student Retention? Four-Year Colleges & Universities with Twenty Percent or More Hispanic Students Enrolled
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This report presents the findings for colleges and universities with twenty percent or more Hispanic students enrolled that participated in ACT’s 2010 What Works in Student Retention survey. The report contains information pertinent to only these institutions. For more information concerning the history of ACT’s involvement in retention research; various aspects of the study’s methodology (e.g., database, administration, etc.); response rates by type of institution; findings for background information; and retention and degree-completion rates for other types of institutions, the reader is directed to the Report for All Colleges and Universities. In that report, the reader will find data for community colleges, private four-year colleges and universities, public four-year colleges/universities, and colleges/universities with ≥ 20 Black students enrolled. More in-depth information can be found for each of these types of institutions in their respective executive summaries.