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2016 Latino/Hispanic Education Data in Ohio Tony Ortiz, M.Ed. Associate Vice President of Latino Affairs Wright State University


Top 10 four-year universities in Ohio enrolling Latino/Hispanic Students 2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2,049

1,949

1,746

1,738

1,594

1

Ohio State University - Main Campus

2

University of Cincinnati - Main Campus

985

910

843

790

673

3

University of Toledo

836

854

857

849

791

4

Kent State University at Kent

814

748

742

698

557

5

Ohio University - Main Campus

754

710

661

583

570

6

Cleveland State University

731

721

636

587

591

7

Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

642

637

623

607

561

8

Miami University - Oxford

609

571

488

454

383

9

University of Akron Main Campus

554

504

490

491

427

10

Wright State University - Main Campus

450

418

413

445

439


Top 10 two-year schools in Ohio enrolling Latino/Hispanic Students 2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

1

Cuyahoga Community College District

1,329

1,174

1,237

1,104

1,202

2

Columbus State Community College

1,030

894

836

886

780

3

Owens Community College

882

1,026

1,131

1,076

1,158

4

Lorain County Community College

640

689

1,036

1,070

899

5

Sinclair Community College

521

475

378

373

352

6

Lakeland Community College

243

255

250

220

204

7

Terra State Community College

232

227

230

268

273

8

Northwest State Community College

214

236

218

233

225

9

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

211

204

180

158

148

150

141

137

130

123

10 Stark State College


Ohio’s Top 10 four-year universities’ 6-year Graduation Rate of Latino/Hispanic Students Total Cohort*

Graduated before August 31, 2014

Percentage

1

Ohio State University - Main Campus

190

155

82%

2

University of Toledo

142

43

30%

3

Kent State University at Kent

98

52

53%

4

Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

96

43

45%

5

Ohio University - Main Campus

87

68

78%

6

Miami University - Oxford

81

65

80%

7

Cleveland State University

61

14

23%

8

Wright State University - Main Campus

60

12

20%

9

University of Akron Main Campus

56

15

27%

54

45

83%

10 Oberlin College * First-Time, Full-Time Degree Seeking students who began Fall 2008.


Ohio’s Top 10 two-year schools’ 3-year Graduation Rate of Latino/Hispanic Students Total Cohort*

Graduated before August 31, 2014

Percentage

1

Owens Community College

123

4

3%

2

Cuyahoga Community College District

98

6

6%

3

Lorain County Community College

89

7

8%

4

Columbus State Community College

88

10

11%

5

Sinclair Community College

38

2

5%

6

Terra State Community College

29

4

14%

7

Lakeland Community College

25

7

28%

8

Bowling Green State University - Firelands

17

2

12%

9

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

16

4

25%

15

3

20%

10 Northwest State Community College *First-Time, Full-Time Degree Seeking students who began Fall 2011.


Largest four-year universities in Ohio and their Latino/Hispanic Faculty Instructional Staff with Faculty Status

Latino/Hispanic Population with Faculty Status

Latino/Hispanic on Tenured Faculty

Latino/Hispanic on Tenure Track Faculty

1

Ohio State University-Main Campus

3587

111

57

16

2

University of Cincinnati-Main Campus

1743

38

17

9

3

Case Western Reserve University

1357

25

5

9

4

Ohio University-Main Campus

1002

31

19

5

5

Kent State University at Kent

954

21

11

5

6

Miami University-Oxford

907

32

17

6

7

Wright State University-Main Campus

889

5

2

2

8

University of Akron Main Campus

794

19

12

3

University of Toledo 10 Bowling Green State University-Main Campus

744

23

8

9

696

21

15

3

9


Top 10 four-year universities in Ohio with the highest number of Latino/Hispanic Faculty Instructional Staff with Faculty Status

Latino/Hispanic Population with Faculty Status

Latino/Hispanic on Tenured Faculty

Latino/Hispanic on Tenure Track Faculty

1 Ohio State University - Main Campus

3587

111

57

16

2 University of Dayton

555

38

8

5

3 University of Akron Main Campus

794

32

12

3

4 Kent State University at Kent

954

31

11

5

5 Bowling Green State University-Main Campus

696

25

15

3

6 University of Toledo

744

23

8

9

7 Case Western Reserve University

1357

21

5

9

8 Ohio University - Main Campus

1002

21

19

5

9 Miami University - Oxford

907

19

17

6

10 University of Cincinnati - Main Campus

1743

15

17

9


All racial/ethnic K-12 school populations from 2011 - 2015 FY 11

FY 12

FY 13

FY 14

FY 15

5 yr Change

Latino

63,406

69,358

76,571

82,141

86,736

↑ 23,330

↑ 36.8%

Asian

30,922

31,931

32,975

34,342

35,798

↑ 4,876

↑ 15.8%

Multi-Racial

76,798

79,069

78,995

81,422

83,610

↑ 6,812

↑ 8.9%

White

1,418,202

1,399,218

1,384,137

1,368,850

1,313,963

↓ -104,239

↓ -7.4%

Black

292,934

289,983

288,179

288,416

286,915

↓ -6,019

↓ -2.1%

Native American

2,723

2,658

2,519

2,414

2,303

↓ -420

↓ -15.4%


Top 10 school districts* with the most Latino/Hispanic students in OH County

FY 15

FY 14

FY 13

FY 12

FY 11

5-year % Change

Cuyahoga

5894

5703

5729

5907

5863

1%

2. Columbus City School District

Franklin

4924

4448

4008

3444

3409

31%

3. South-Western City

Franklin

2992

2926

2710

2409

2191

27%

4. Lorain City

Lorain

2541

2408

2462

2450

2416

5%

5. Toledo City

Lucas

2489

2453

2336

2140

2125

15%

6. Painesville City Local

Lake

1510

1441

1388

1336

1277

15%

7. Cincinnati City

Hamilton

1393

1196

1010

946

868

38%

8. Hamilton City

Butler

1249

1111

986

855

776

38%

9. Princeton City

Hamilton

1088

992

846

702

692

36%

10. Hilliard City

Franklin

1055

992

926

817

728

31%

District Name 1. Cleveland Municipal

* By head count


Top 11-20 school districts* with the most Latino/Hispanic students in OH County

FY 15

FY 14

FY 13

FY 12

FY 11

5-year % Change

11. Lakota Local

Butler

989

945

827

792

733

26%

12. Fremont City

Sandusky

960

902

858

821

713

26%

13. Westerville City

Franklin

893

800

769

755

721

19%

14. Parma City

Cuyahoga

874

798

669

519

427

51%

15. Dublin City

Franklin

873

796

698

634

577

34%

Butler

856

782

696

646

587

31%

17. Akron City

Summit

815

760

702

622

522

36%

18. Worthington City

Franklin

801

755

565

470

454

43%

Mahoning

785

764

700

657

640

18%

Franklin

647

585

542

475

438

32%

District Name

16. Fairfield City

19. Youngstown City Schools 20. Whitehall City


References • Higher Education Data: • Data are self-reported by institutions to Integrated Post-Secondary Education Data System (IPEDS). Required only of schools receiving Title IV funds.

• K-12 Data: • Enrollment Data, Ohio Department of Education.

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