Hispanic immigrants who enroll in college are less likely to earn a degree than other groups. Six years after enrolling in college (1995 to 2001), 30% of Hispanic immigrants had earned a bachelor’s or associate degree. In comparison, 42% of white, 45% of Asian, and 25% of black immigrants had completed either a bachelor’s or associate degree after six years enrolled in college.
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Opening the Door to the American Dream: Increasing Higher Education Access and Success for Immigrants, Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2007