Improving Retention and Graduation Rates for Hispanic/Latino Students

Below are just a few highlights taken from a presentation by Angela McGlynn:

McGlynn said many Hispanic students are starting college but are not earning degrees. Hispanic students are more likely to start their education at a community college, and are more likely to take some time off before starting college. Not surprisingly, those who do well tend to stay in college.

Tips for faculty to facilitate Hispanic student success:

College-wide tips for promoting Hispanic student success:

 

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