2019 Best Online Colleges for Hispanic & Latino Students

By OnlineU Staff | Updated June 8, 2020
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This list of the best online colleges for Hispanic and Latino students includes 75 regionally or nationally accredited institutions. At all of these schools, Hispanic and Latino students make up at least 25% of the total student body. Many of these schools also have at least one student organization focused on issues related to Hispanic and Latino communities. Additionally, all of these schools offer at least one fully-online bachelor's degree. In addition to our comprehensive list of Latino and Hispanic-Friendly online colleges, we also offer a list of the best online colleges for Hispanic and Latino Students and a list of the most affordable online colleges for Hispanic and Latino Students.

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These schools are the best online Hispanic and Latino-Friendly colleges of 2019. They all have significant Hispanic and Latino populations and provide a high return on investment for graduates. They offer online degrees at all academic levels from associate to doctoral. Six of these schools are part of the California State University System, such as #1-ranked California State University-Northridge and #4-ranked California State University-San Bernardino. Students looking for an online college located in another state also have options. For example, St. Peter's University is located in Jersey City, New Jersey and is ranked #3, and several schools in Texas, Florida, and New Mexico also make the list.

You can read our full methodology here or learn more about OnlineU. We also publish rankings of the most affordable online Hispanic and Latino serving institutions.

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