Completion Rates for Hispanic Students Enrolled in Hispanic-serving Institutions Operating in Large, Urban Community College Districts


Mark Burks

Document Type


Degree Name

Doctor of Education (Ed.D)


Supervision, Curriculum, and Instruction-Higher Education

Date of Award

Summer 2018


The problem of this study was an examination of completion and graduation rates, especially in 2-year Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs) located in large urban areas. Additionally, the researcher analyzed the relationship between completion rates for Hispanic male and female students attending these institutions. The purpose of this study was to calculate the completion rates for Hispanic students who enrolled in a large urban 2-year HSI. Specifically, the researcher compared and contrasted the completion rates for Hispanic cohort students who completed degrees or certificates in 3 multicollege districts located in Arizona, California, and Texas.


Jon E Travis

Subject Categories

Curriculum and Instruction | Education | Educational Administration and Supervision