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In 2013-14, the CSU granted nearly 28,000 degrees to Latinos, representing over 60% of all Latino bachelor’s degrees earned in California last year.
Twenty CSU campuses are ranked among the top 100 universities in the U.S. for Latinos, with eight campuses–Fullerton, Northridge, Long Beach, San Diego, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Fresno and Pomona–named among the top 25. In 2013-14, the CSU granted nearly 28,000 degrees to Latinos, representing over 60% of all Latino bachelor’s degrees earned in California last year.

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