Diverse Issues in Higher Education ranks NMSU bachelor’s programs on Top 100 lists

July 17, 2013 by Emily C. Kelley, NMSU News Center

Diverse Issues in Higher Education has once again recognized New Mexico State University’s success in conferring bachelor’s degrees to minority students.

In the most recent rankings from Diverse Issues in Higher Education, NMSU ranks 19th on the list of Top 100 Degree Producers for bachelor degrees awarded to American Indian students (all disciplines combined), 28th for the number of bachelor degrees awarded to Hispanic students (all disciplines combined) and 71st among the Top 100 Degree Producers across the nation for total minority bachelor’s degrees (all disciplines combined).

New Mexico State University is proud of its heritage as a Hispanic-serving institution, serving a multicultural population of students and community members across five campuses, a satellite learning center in Albuquerque, cooperative extension offices across the state and 12 agriculture research and science centers.

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