Fresno Pacific ranked 10th among Hispanic-serving colleges

The Fresno BeeSeptember 7, 2013 

Fresno Pacific University was ranked 10th nationally among Hispanic-serving institutions in graduating Hispanic students by The Chronicle of Higher Education.

According to the Chronicle's 2013-14 Almanac, Fresno Pacific's overall graduation rate for first-time, full-time students is 57.1% in six years and 55.2% for Hispanic students.

Hispanic-serving institutions are those where Hispanic students make up at least 25% of the enrollment, according to the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities.

At Fresno Pacific, 32% of traditional undergraduate students are from a Hispanic background, along with 39% of those in the adult degree completion program and more than 20% of graduate students, according to fall 2012 figures.

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