A new report analyzing the equity gap in educational attainment nationally and statewide has named UTSA a top institution in Texas for graduating Latinos.
Excelencia in Education, an organization geared toward accelerating Latino student success in higher education, ranked UTSA third out of the top 5 institutions in Texas for awarding bachelor degrees to Latino students.
“All of us at UTSA are proud of the university’s role—as a preeminent Hispanic Serving Institution—in championing the advancement of our Hispanic students,” said Kimberly Andrews Espy, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs. “We will continue to work across the university and with community and industry partners, such as Excelencia in Education, to increase access to higher education and support degree completion for Latinos. The future prosperity of our region, state and nation depends on their academic success.”
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