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These 7 Colleges Keep Track of Latino Students’ Success After They Graduate

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New findings show how Hispanic-serving institutions recognize that graduating isn’t the end of the college journey. The analysis released this month from Excelencia in Education, a nonprofit group focused on boosting Latino college completion, describes how Hispanic-serving institutions are helping to redefine the role colleges and universities play in the lives of students even after they leave campus.

According to the report, many of the schools have made gains when it comes to closing equity gaps in the post-completion success of their Latino students. Gabriel Bermea, a senior research analyst at Excelencia and the author of the analysis, said the data the nonprofit collects is “always around demonstrating impact.”