Planning for Higher Education Journal

Planning for the Increasing Number of Latino Students

Journal Cover
From Volume 31 Number 4 | June–August 2003
By Sheila T. Gregory

This paper describes the status of Latino students in higher education, identifies the barriers to access and persistence, and discusses the challenges this rising population presents. The article also highlights campus programs around the country that are currently addressing the needs of Latino students and provides recommendations for academic and university planners on how to become a catalyst for positive institutional change by creating a campus-wide program that helps all students persist through graduation.

Attention Members: to access this item.Not a member? Join now to access this article and all journal articles for free.