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Underrepresented Students

Immigrants, students of color, and low-income students have lower odds of completing their postsecondary education. Our researchers study outcomes for these students and examine policies and practices that impact their chances of success.


Latest Publications

JUNE 2014
Gaining Access or Losing Ground?: Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Students in Undergraduate Engineering, 1994–2003
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NOVEMBER 2006
Achieving the Dream in Connecticut: State Policies Affecting Access to, and Success in, Community Colleges for Students of Color and Low-Income Students
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NOVEMBER 2006
Achieving the Dream in Ohio: State Policies Affecting Access to, and Success in, Community Colleges for Students of Color and Low-Income Students
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AUGUST 2006
Access and Achievement of Hispanics and Hispanic Immigrants in the Colleges of the City University of New York
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MARCH 2006
Hispanic Educational Attainment in Sub-baccalaureate Programs
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MARCH 2006
It's Not Enough to Get Through the Open Door: Inequalities by Social Background in Transfer from Community College to Four-Year Colleges
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FEBRUARY 2005
Community College Low-Income and Minority Student Completion Study: Descriptive Statistics From the 1992 High School Cohort
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JANUARY 2005
What We Know About Community College Low-Income and Minority Student Outcomes
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