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CU Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus designated as Hispanic-Serving Institution – Aurora, Colorado

Aurora, Colorado 2021-10-27 00:45:43 –

Denver — The US Department of Education has designated the University of Colorado Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus as Hispanic service institutions.

This designation gives the university access to additional grant opportunities to support the improvement of Hispanic student services and infrastructure that benefit the university as a whole.

CU Denver said the grant will be directed towards graduation, student retention, hiring more staff to support new and growing programs, summer education, inclusive education and more.

Michelle Marks, President of the University of Colorado Denver, said the designation was consistent with the university’s designation. Strategic plan for 2030 To become an equity serving institution.

“I am proud of the diversity of the Student Organization and will continue to do the important job of developing a comprehensive campus,” said Marks. “This designation gives CU Denver the opportunity to provide stronger support so that students can earn a degree and pursue a meaningful career.”

At least 25% of Hispanic students must be enrolled full-time at the university to qualify. You also need to show that the students eligible for Pell Grant are concentrated.

Teachers on both campuses are currently Minority service institution Also, there are usually additional considerations when applying for other federal grants.

CU Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus is the fourth public four-year university in the state with HSI status, joining Adams State University, Colorado State University Pueblo, and Denver Metropolitan State University.



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