Latino Issues - Higher Education


State Colleges Consider Discount for Some Mexican Students

State Colleges Consider Discount for Some Mexican Students

by Associated Press | January 18, 2016 SANTA FE, N.M. ― New Mexico lawmakers are weighing whether to offer lower tuition at state co Read more

Study Refutes Narrative of Mexican Immigrants Taking Jobs from Americans

by Lydia Lum | January 7, 2016 Low-skilled Mexican-born workers did not strain the resources of major U.S. cities during the e Read more
Former Spanish Lecturer Sues Amherst College Over Dismissal

Former Spanish Lecturer Sues Amherst College Over Dismissal

by Associated Press | December 29, 2015 NORTHAMPTON, Mass. ― A former Spanish language lecturer at Amherst College alleges in a lawsu Read more

Higher Ed Organizations Collaborate on Common Goals

by Kenneth J. Cooper | December 27, 2015 Major mainstream higher education associations gather to discuss future goals and partnerships. Read more
Students Work Toward Missouri School’s First Latina Sorority

Students Work Toward Missouri School’s First Latina Sorority

by Associated Press | December 22, 2015 COLUMBIA, Mo. ― University of Missouri students are working to establish the school’s f Read more

Community Colleges Becoming Prime Destination for Faculty

by Jamal Eric Watson | December 16, 2015 Long in the shadow of four-year institutions, community colleges are increasingly becoming viab Read more

Oakland, Detroit, D.C. Rated Tops for Commitment to Black Male Achievement

by Lydia Lum | December 10, 2015 A CBMA scorecard rates cities based on efforts to advance Black males and reduce disparities in Read more

Raising Consciousness for the Future of Higher Education

by Marietess Masulit | December 9, 2015 It is very possible to complete a program in higher education without engaging in a conversatio Read more

Scalia’s ‘Mismatch Theory’ a Foe to Diversity, Inclusion

by Autumn A. Arnett | Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia made waves with his remarks about the abilities of African Read more

De los Santos Turning Over League Reins to Glasper

by Catherine Morris | December 8, 2015 The League for Innovation in Community Colleges (League) announced that long-serving CEO Gerard Read more

Stop Questioning HBCU Relevancy and Learn from Our Success

by Amanda Washington | December 6, 2015 Despite the remarkable contributions of their graduates, HBCUs find themselves frequently thwar Read more

Studies Show MSIs Best Value in Higher Education

by Jamal Eric Watson | When it comes to the best return on investment regarding a college education, minority-serving Read more

Hire a Chief Diversity Officer, Check!

by Eugene T. Parker | December 3, 2015 At colleges and universities across the nation as a response to a campus crisis or incident of Read more

College Grad Rates Don’t Always Benefit All Students

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | December 2, 2015 Higher graduation rates do not always result in closing the gap between White students and stud Read more

White Boys’ Club? White Faculty Still Dominates in National Stats

by Emil Guillermo | November 29, 2015 Numbers buttress student protestors’ diversity demands. Read more