Data show dramatic rise in Hispanic college enrollment

04/25/2014 | Pew Research Center

College enrollment among Hispanics between ages 18 and 24 increased by 240% from 1996 to 2012, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. That growth outpaced the 72% growth in enrollment among black students and 12% among white students. However, the data reveal Hispanics only accounted for 9% of young adults with a bachelor's degree, a gap that could be explained by the fact that fewer Hispanics enroll in four-year colleges or attend school full time.

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