Big Gaps, Small Gaps: Some Colleges And Universities Do Better Than Others in Graduating Hispanic Students
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To improve degree attainment among Hispanic students, colleges and universities simply must enroll more of them. But it’s just as important that these institutions also boost their graduation rates and close graduation-rate gaps. This report calls attention to the colleges and universities that are serving Hispanic students well, as evidenced by small or nonexistent graduation-rate gaps between Hispanic and white students. The authors also shine a necessary light on institutions with particularly large gaps—the institutions that are not serving these students as effectively as they should.