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Latin enrollment in state flagship universities is lacking. 

Oct 25 2022

Latin enrollment in state flagship universities is lacking. In Colorado, the disparity between Latino high school graduates and students who actually attend colleges in the state is significantly different. According to federal data by The Hechinger Report and NBC News, “In 2020, 14 percent of CU Boulder’s full-time freshmen — including from out of state — were Hispanic, while 31 percent of all of Colorado’s high school graduates were that year.” But other universities held even wider gaps, with UC Berkeley at a 38-point difference, the University of Texas at Austin at 22 points, and the University of Nevada Reno with 18 points. Flagships are a major factor when it comes to educating students in their home state, and according to Excelencia in Education, a nonprofit focused on boosting Latino college completion, “public investment in these flagships means that you need to be serving the public that is investing in these institutions with their tax dollars.” (NBC)