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Spring Graduation Recognition Ceremony

Hispanic Cultural Center

» 1,627 students engaged with the Center

» 1,423 faculty, staff and community members were engaged

» 74% increase in visits to the Center, from 880 in spring of 2015
to 1,196 in spring of 2016

» Participated in campus-wide events, such as AP Day, Leadership Conference, Feed My Starving Children, reaching 567 students and 629 faculty/staff
and community members

» 24 programs hosted during spring

» Hosted faculty-led tutoring sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays with Miguel Ruiz, coordinator of the Study Abroad program in Spain and Spanish professor in Languages and Literature

 

HCC IMPACT

23%
Increase in Center usage through awareness of the Center and it’s resources, and by promoting an environment where students felt welcomed
31%
Increase in program attendance by faculty, staff and community members, increasing community engagement to form a direct link between our growing Latino population and campus
$3K
Increase in the HCC scholarship fund, promoting financial and academic stability to a student who frequently participates with the Center, and to further encourage involvement with the Center