Nov. 7, 2013
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New! Chief Advocacy Officer: The position aids the President & CEO of HACU in directing and coordinating activities for the function of Congressional and Federal Administration relations.
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America Reads Spanish - Newsletter #86 (Oct.)
The Voice of Hispanic Higher Education Magazine
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Feb. 5 for the Spring Feb./March issue. Send an Email to reserve.
HACU-IES Abroad Merit/Need-based Scholarship.
Apply to be an EDF Climate Corps Fellow by Jan. 9, 2014.
Scholarships for students and teachers now open
RMHC®/HACER® seeking applicants with at least one parent of Hispanic/Latino heritage. More>>
LSAC Prelaw Advisors Conference for advisors serving students at schools affiliated with HACU, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and Tribal Colleges. More>>
Applications for the 2014-2015 David L. Boren Scholarships and Fellowships are now open.
The Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Program application is now open, providing funding for travel abroad. More>>
www.imfirst.org online community for first-generation college students.
HSI Presidents meet with U.S. Secretary of Education in Chicago
HACU hosted a meeting between Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) presidents and the U.S. Secretary of Education at a College Affordability Roundtable. More>>
Wilbur Wright College President David Potash weighs in on meeting with U.S. Education Secretary
Discussion highlighted the challenges of designing a rating system and the Obama administration’s commitment to the concept. More>>
HNIP early deadline for summer internships extended to Nov. 15, 2013
The early deadline for the 2014 summer session of the HACU National Internship Program has been extended to Nov. 15 for program dates May 30 - August 9, 2014 and June 16 - August 22, 2014 for quarter calendar institutions. The early deadline applies to internships requiring security clearances. More>>
HACU announces new board members
Irene Garza, superintendent of Seguin ISD, and Leysha López Recci, chair of the HACU Alumni Association, have joined the HACU Governing Board for 2013-14. More>>
HACU Conference addresses federal, education issues for Hispanics
Diverse: Issues In Higher Education's coverage of HACU's 27th Annual Conference in Chicago, Ill. More>>
HACU 27th Annual Conference workshop presentations
A number of workshop presentations in digital form are available here. The list is updated as files are submitted by presenters.
HACU inducts two higher education leaders to the HACU Hall of Champions and recognizes partners
Anna Solley, Ph.D., president of Phoenix College, and Carlos Hernández, Ph.D., former president of New Jersey City College, were inducted to HACU's Hall of Champions and exceptional HACU partners were recognized with awards. More>>
HACU Awards of Excellence presented at 27th Annual conference
HACU's 27th Annual Conference featured five Awards of Excellence presentations during its Power Lunch on October 27th. More>>
Oct. 26, 2013 proclaimed HACU Day in Chicago
A proclamation was presented to HACU on behalf of Rahm Emanuel, mayor of the City of Chicago, in honor of HACU's 27th Annual Conference. More>>
HACU's 27th Annual Conference Opening Plenary
HACU President and CEO Antonio R. Flores delivered the State of HACU address to a record crowd. More>>
HACU member NEIU makes $1,000 promise to Chicago public school students during HACU’s YLDF
Eighth and ninth grade students at HACU's Youth Leadership Development Forum (YLDF) learned that they were eligible to receive a $1,000 scholarship if they chose to attend NEIU after high school. More>>
Submit your Title V program success stories for consideration in The Voice Magazine
HACU is soliciting success stories from higher education institutions whose students have benefited from Title V program funding and how it has made a difference on your campus. Stories submitted by Jan. 15 running 200 to 500 words with photos will be featured in The Voice of Hispanic Higher Education magazine. Send your stories and photos or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.