Top 100 colleges and Universities for Latinos

*Check it out. My alma mater ranked 8th in the number of bachelor’s degrees awarded to Latinos. Where does yours rank?  VL


By Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education hispanic outlook in higher education logo

Each year HO acknowledges America’s top colleges and universities with the most Hispanic students as well as schools granting the most degrees to Hispanic students generally and for specific majors. It is heartening to see that each year the numbers increase in each category. It is a testament to these school’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. To these institutions of higher education we say, bravo, well done!

  • Total Bachelor’s Degrees Granted
  • Graduate Student Enrollment
  • Undergraduate Enrollment (2- and 4- Year Schools

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In addition to our Top 100 lists, the issue also features special top 10 lists from the Department of Education for “Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded to Hispanics by Academic Programs.”

  • Agriculture/Agriculture Operations
  • Architecture
  • Homeland Security, Law Enforcement & Firefighting
  • Ethnic Cultural Gender Studies
  • Education
  • Communication Journalism
  • Liberal Arts and Sciences & General Studies and Humanities
  • Mathematics and Statistics
  • Psychology
  • Social Sciences
  • Engineering
  • Visual and Performing Arts

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