More colleges are courting Hispanic students

05/15/2014 | Hechinger Report, The

Colleges and universities are stepping up their efforts to recruit Hispanic students with the U.S. Department of Education predicting that Hispanics will account for 60% of population growth through 2050. Enrollment offices at institutions such as Maryville College in Tennessee are courting potential students within a 500-mile radius and are developing programs such as the Villamaria initiative that hosts Hispanic-focused events and has launched a Hispanic student group.

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