HACU, which has its national headquarters in San Antonio, Texas, represents approximately 450 colleges and universities, including Hispanic-Serving Institutions, which collectively serve more than two-thirds of all Hispanic higher education students in the United States and Puerto Rico.
What does HNIP stand for?
HNIP stands for HACU (Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities) National Internship Program (Washington, DC)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Southwest Airlines is excited to, once again, work with HACU to impact the lives of students throughout the country.
Established in 1986 with a founding membership of eighteen institutions, HACU was formed on behalf of the nation's youngest and fastest-growing population.
On behalf of HACU, we congratulate those students selected as recipients of the Lanzate travel awards," said HACU President and CEO Antonio R.
HACU is seeking "greater and targeted" support so that Hispanic-serving colleges can train more high-quality teachers in STEM fields, says Antonio Flores, HACU's president.
WASHINGTON -- The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has been selected by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) to receive the Outstanding HACU Public Partner Award in recognition of the Department's efforts to bring Hispanics into its workforce.
HACU represents these institutions and nearly 200 emerging HSIs that are increasing their Hispanic enrollments close to the 25 percent threshold required for HSI designation.
The Hispanic population continues to be the largest and fastest-growing minority group in the United States, and with that growth, there is a continued need for resources to educate students about college choices," said Antonio Flores, HACU president and chief executive officer.