Top 100 Institutions, Full-Time Hispanic Faculty

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Top 100 Institutions, Full-Time Hispanic Faculty


Top 100 Institutions, Full-Time Hispanic Faculty

                                              Hispanic Faculty

                                                 Full-Time

Rank   Institution                    State   Number   Percent

 1     UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI              FL       234      12.7
 2     SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY          CA       164      10.0
        COLLEGE DISTRICT
 3     MIAMI-DADE COMMUNITY             FL       152      22.5
        COLLEGE
 4     UNIVERSITY OF                    CA       148       4.9
        CALIFORNIA-LOS ANGELES
 5     UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO         NM       131       8.7
        MAIN CAMPUS
 6     LAREDO COMMUNITY COLLEGE         TX       115      57.8
 7     EL PASO COMMUNITY COLLEGE        TX       108      36.9
 8     FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL            FL       102      12.3
        UNIVERSITY
 9     UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON         WA       101       1.9
 10    ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY         AZ        96       6.0
        MAIN
 10    UNIVERSITY OF                    CA        96       3.8
        CALIFORNIA-DAVIS
 12    UNIVERSITY OF TX AT AUSTIN       TX        94       4.2
 13    UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA            FL        92       2.8
 14    UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA            AZ        90       4.5
 15    UNIVERSITY OF TX-PAN             TX        89      23.7
        AMERICAN
 16    UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT        CO        88       4.1
        BOULDER
 17    UNIVERSITY OF TX AT EL PASO      TX        86      16.6
 18    COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE       NY        85       3.3
        CITY OF NEW YORK
 18    UNIVERSITY OF TX HEALTH          TX        85       9.0
        SCIENCE CENTER AT
        SAN ANTONIO
 20    UNIVERSITY OF TX AT              TX        83      35.6
        BROWNSVILLE
 21    SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE              TX        79      17.8
 22    UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA      FL        77       3.9
 23    UNIVERSITY OF                    CA        75       4.1
        CALIFORNIA-SAN DIEGO
 24    TX A&M UNIVERSITY                TX        74       4.1
 24    UNIVERSITY OF TX AT SAN          TX        74      12.4
        ANTONIO
 26    UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN-ANN       MI        72       2.5
        ARBOR
 27    UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT        IL        70       3.5
        CHICAGO
 27    NEW YORK UNIVERSITY              NY        70       2.9
 29    UNIVERSITY OF                    CA        69       2.9
        CALIFORNIA-BERKELEY
 30    UNIVERSITY OF                    CA        68       3.1
        CALIFORNIA-SAN FRANCISCO
 31    UNIVERSITY OF                    CA        67       4.9
        CALIFORNIA-IRVINE
 32    UNIVERSITY OF                    WI        63       2.3
        WISCONSIN-MADISON
 33    MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY        MI        62       1.9
 34    NEW MEXICO STATE                 NM        59       8.9
        UNIVERSITY-MAIN CAMPUS
 35    CALIFORNIA STATE                 CA        58       9.9
        UNIVERSITY-LOS ANGELES
 35    SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY       TX        58      44.6
 38    UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT        IL        56       2.4
        URBANA-CHAMPAIGN
 38    BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE       TX        56       5.5
 40    EMORY UNIVERSITY                 GA        55       2.4
 41    CALIFORNIA STATE                 CA        53       8.3
        UNIVERSITY-FRESNO
 42    CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK      NY        52      37.1
        HOSTOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
 42    DEL MAR COLLEGE                  TX        52      21.5
 42    SOUTH TX COMMUNITY COLLEGE       TX        52      45.6
 45    CALIFORNIA STATE                 CA        50       6.9
        UNIVERSITY-NORTHRIDGE
 45    UNIVERSITY OF                    CA        50       6.1
        CALIFORNIA-RIVERSIDE
 47    UNIVERSITY OF                    PA        49       1.5
        PITTSBURGH-PITTSBURGH
        CAMPUS
 48    CALIFORNIA STATE                 CA        48       6. … 

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