10 Colleges With the Highest Hispanic Enrollment

Delece Smith-Barrow

Schools That Attract Hispanic Students

The number of Hispanic students at U.S. colleges is rising at a faster rate than any other racial or ethnic group.

Here are the 10 schools with the highest percentage of Hispanic students enrolled in fall 2013, with the exception of U.S. colleges that are located in Puerto Rico.

10. California State University--Stanislaus

Total degree-seeking undergraduates: 7,751

Percentage of those students who are Hispanic: 45 percent

School rank and category: 55, Regional Universities (West)

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9. CUNY--Lehman College

Total degree-seeking undergraduates: 9,020

Percentage of those students who are Hispanic: 50 percent

School rank and category: 125 (tie), Regional Universities (North)

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8. University of La Verne (CA)

Total degree-seeking undergraduates: 2,671

Percentage of those students who are Hispanic: 51 percent

School rank and category: 166 (tie), National Universities

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7. California State University--San Bernardino

Total degree-seeking undergraduates: 16,083

Percentage of those students who are Hispanic: 55 percent

School rank and category: 66 (tie), Regional Universities (West)

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6. Mount Saint Mary's University (CA)

Total degree-seeking undergraduates: 2,617

Percentage of those students who are Hispanic: 58 percent

School rank and category: 23 (tie), Regional Universities (West)

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5. California State University--Los Angeles

Total degree-seeking undergraduates: 19,574

Percentage of those students who are Hispanic: 59 percent

School rank and category: 84 (tie), Regional Universities (West)

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4. University of the Incarnate Word (TX)

Total degree-seeking undergraduates: 5,331

Percentage of those students who are Hispanic: 61 percent

School rank and category: 63 (tie), Regional Universities (West)

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3. St. Mary's University of San Antonio

Total degree-seeking undergraduates: 2,391

Percentage of those students who are Hispanic: 73 percent

School rank and category: 21 (tie), Regional Universities (West)

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2. University of Texas--El Paso

Total degree-seeking undergraduates: 19,527

Percentage of those students who are Hispanic: 83 percent

School rank and category: Rank Not Published, National Universities

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1. Texas A&M International University

Total degree-seeking undergraduates: 6,778

Percentage of those students who are Hispanic: 92 percent

School rank and category: 63 (tie), Regional Universities (West)

Learn more about Texas A&M International University.

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Corrected Aug. 19, 2015: A previous version of this slideshow excluded the University of Texas--El Paso, due to a data collection error.

Delece Smith-Barrow is an education reporter at U.S. News, covering graduate schools. You can follow her on Twitter or email her at dsmithbarrow@usnews.com.