Why One University Chose to Become a Hispanic-Serving Institution

Notre Dame de Namur U.

Students take a science class at Notre Dame de Namur U., which has won two federal grants as a newly designated Hispanic-serving institution.
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As many tuition-driven colleges face the challenge of lagging enrollment, Notre Dame de Namur University, in Belmont, Calif., has pursued a promising strategy. The Roman Catholic university decided to become a Hispanic-serving institution, a...

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