In preparation for HSI status, Nevada institutions have:
- Applied for or in the process of applying for Title III and Title V designation from the U.S. Department of Education;
- Developed and implemented a System-wide HSI Task Force;
- Joined national HSI organizations, such as Hispanic Associate of Colleges and Universities (HACU), to help build institutional capacity; and
- Developed, and are in the process of implementing, the first-ever need-based financial aid program aimed at making college more affordable for students who lack financial resources to pursue higher education.
» REPORT: Examining the Financial Resilience of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs)
In this report by the National Forum on Higher Education for the Public at the University of Michigan the authors examine revenues and expenditures to understand how various institutions mediated fiscal constraints and maintained focus on investments in student achievement and educational priorities.
» U.S. Department of Education: Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program – Title V
The Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI) Program provides grants to assist HSIs to expand educational opportunities for, and improve the attainment of, Hispanic students. The HSI Program grants also enable HSIs to expand and enhance their academic offerings, program quality, and institutional stability.
This web site provides information on the Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program authorized under Title V, Part A of the Higher Education Act (CFDA# 84.031S) as well as the HSI Program originally authorized by the College Cost Reduction and Access Act of 2007 – HSI STEM and Articulation Programs (HEA, Title III, Part F, Section 371; CFDA# 84.031C).
» Excelencia in Education
Excelencia in Education aims to accelerate higher education success for Latino students by providing data-driven analysis of the educational status of Latino students and by promoting education policies and institutional practices that support their academic achievement.
» Hispanic Association of College and Universities
The mission of HACU is to champion Hispanic success in higher education. HACU fulfills its mission by:
- promoting the development of member colleges and universities;
- improving access to and the quality of post-secondary educational opportunities for Hispanic students; and
- meeting the needs of business, industry and government through the development and sharing of resources, information and expertise.
» Investing in Higher Education for Latinos: Trends in Latino College Access and Success
Provides state-by-state demographic and education-related data. Every state faces unique challenges and opportunities to support Latino student success and improve overall college attainment rates. This brief offers an overview of achievement gaps in each state and highlights the areas that could be targeted to improve Latino student access and success.
» Investing in Higher Education for Latinos: Payoffs for State Economies
Focuses on how improving college completion rates for Latino students can be a catalyst for stronger economies. The brief provides examples of states that are ensuring Latinos have the education and training to find jobs in high-demand, high-paying fields and become positive contributors to the economy.
» Nevada System of Higher Education Presentations
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- Board of Regents Appoints Dale Erquiaga NSHE Acting Chancellor
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