Colleges With at Least 25 Percent Latinos Have Doubled

In the past two decades, the growth in Hispanic-serving institutions has grown, but not kept up with demand.

Roberto Rodriguez, shown walking on the University of California, Riverside campus, will graduate with honors thanks to his own hard work and a university with an unusually strong record of graduating students like him. But studies show an alarming trend: More Hispanic students are enrolling in college, but a disproportionate number are leaving with debt instead of degrees.
AP Photo/Reed Saxon, file

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