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NMSU celebrates National Hispanic-Serving Institution Week

September 16, 2015 by Kristie Garcia, NMSU News Center In order to hold Hispanic-Serving Institution status, universities must serve 25 percent or more Hispanic student enrollment. “The HSI status indicates the university sits amidst communities with high percentages of Mexican-American…
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NMSU hosts Critical Conversations speaker series to address diversity issues

September 2, 2011 by Minerva Baumann, NMSU News Center Why does diversity matter? A speaker series at New Mexico State University will open a discussion about the differences that divide and unite various communities. The first two speakers of the…
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Symposium to facilitate discussions on what it means to be Hispanic Serving Institution

March 6, 2009 by Mario A. Montes NMSU News Center -CORRECTION- What does it mean to be a Hispanic Serving Institution? Why was such a designation established? What should it signify? Who does it represent? These are a few of…
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