NMSU schools earn Top 100 rankings from Diverse Issues in Higher Education

July 2, 2013 by Emily C. Kelley, NMSU News Center

Two New Mexico State University community colleges have received Top 100 listings from Diverse Issues in Higher Education for institutions producing the most minority associate degree holders.

NMSU’s Doña Ana Community College ranks 31st on the Top 100 Degree Producers: Hispanic Associates – All Disciplines Combined category, and also ranks 80th in the Top 100 Degree Producers: Total Minority Associates – All Disciplines Combined category.

NMSU Grants ranks 81st in the Top 100 Degree Producers: American Indian Associates – All Disciplines Combined category, with Doña Ana Community College listed as 89th.

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 located across the state and 12 agriculture research and science centers.

To see the full rankings lists, visit www.diverseeducation.com.


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