Undocumented students currently have to pay 150% of tuition at state universities. A proposed resolution could qualify them for in-state rates.
A new study shows 5.4% of Latino undergraduate college students dropped out because of the COVID-19 crisis.
Without money and fearful of COVID-19 infections, students are turning away from going to college at alarming rates, leading some institutions to close for good.
For decades, young Latinas struggle in higher numbers than their peers with depression and suicide, Con mi madre, an organization in Texas, uses the mother and daughter bond to help them succeed.
With 49% of Latinos saying someone in their household has either lost their job or experienced a reduction in income due to the pandemic, the college dream might not be a priority, but students still have good and affordable options.
Covid-19 is forcing colleges to adapt, but Latino students may be left behind with limited access to school counselors and information.