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3 September 2017

Native American Students

Native American Students Because Native Americans (both American Indians and Alaska Natives) comprise only 1% of the U.S. undergraduate population and less than 1% of the graduate population, these students are...  read more

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1 September 2017

Latino Students

Latino Students In 2012, 21% of traditional U.S. college students were Latino; the second largest ethnic group enrolled at the undergraduate level. This demographic is growing quickly, and is projected to...  read more

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2 August 2017

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students make up an incredibly diverse segment of the U.S. college population,[i] but AAPI students are often left out of...  read more

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1 August 2017

Post-Traditional Students

Post-Traditional Students in Higher Education According to the National Center for Education Statistics, traditional students (those who attend four-year colleges and live on campus) make up about 15% of the undergraduate...  read more

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2 April 2017

Men of Color

Men of Color in Higher Education The enrollment and graduation rates of men of color in higher education lag behind not only those of white male students but also those of...  read more

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1 February 2017

African American Students

African American Students in Higher Education While African Americans are catching up to their white counterparts in terms of college enrollment[i], there has been less progress in closing the degree attainment...  read more

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2 January 2017

Tribal Colleges and Universities

Tribal Colleges and Universities Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs) are institutions that foster American Indian culture, language and tradition and serve a diverse group of 100,000 individuals each year in academic...  read more

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1 January 2017

Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions

AANAPISIs                                                            ...  read more

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1 December 2016

First-Generation Students

First-Generation Students First-generation undergraduate students who are predominantly non-white and from low income backgrounds, face myriad financial, academic and social barriers to entering and completing college as the first in their...  read more

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