Register Now: Find What Works for Latino Students
January 10, 2022

​​​Campus leaders can now register for a new workshop that starts in just a few weeks featuring experts from Excelencia in Education that will examine evidence-based practices on how to intentionally implement and advance programs and policies that increase Latino student success. 

The two-part workshop titled, “Implementing What Works for Latino Students” will take place Jan. 27 and Feb. 3 and will be led by Deborah A. Santiago, co-founder and chief executive officer, and Adriana Rodriguez, vice president for programs, both of Excelencia in Education.

Attendees will discuss tools to assess Latino student strengths and needs, identify metrics to determine program effectiveness, and focus on being intentional in serving Latino student populations through program sustainability and institutionalization. 

Each two-hour session is geared toward administrators, faculty, and staff from institutions focused on serving Latino students, particularly post-traditional students, including student and academic affairs administrators; faculty working on student success initiatives; institutional research, planning, and assessment teams; and Title V program managers.

Jan. 27, 2–4:00 p.m. ET

Participants will examine evidence-based practices with a Latino lens for an equitable approach to student success. Participants will leave the session having identified at least one key action to move toward solutions that they will take prior to Session 2. 

Feb. 3, 2–4:00 p.m. ET

Workshop participants will share what they learned from their actions after Session 1 and determine the next steps to improve Latino student success. The workshop facilitators will share additional resources and opportunities for deepening learning and getting support from a network of programs and communities of common cause. Participants will put their plans into action after the workshop. 

Click here to learn more and to register. The two two-hour sessions are $199 for ACE members and $249 for nonmembers which includes both two-hour sessions.

This workshop focuses on issues prioritized by ACE's Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education project, which offers a data-informed foundation for those working to close persistent equity gaps by providing a comprehensive review of the educational pathways of today's college students and the educators who serve them.