Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Hispanics are now the largest minority on college campuses, making up roughly 16.5% of all U.S. college students

This does not strongly translate to a higher completion rate at four-year colleges. In 2010, only 9% of Hispanics enrolled in a four-year college or university earned a bachelor's degree, compared to 10% of black students and 71% of white students who earned their bachelor's degrees that year.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

WHEN do we stop calling spanics and black "MINORITIES" they are NOT minorities, we White taxpayers are.