Diverse: Issues in Higher Education recently named Ashford University in San Diego to its list of “Top 100 Minority Degree Producers 2015,” an accolade for education institutions beyond high-school level that achieve the greatest success rate in minority students graduating with degrees.
Data from Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System helped compile the rankings based on data for Classification of Instruction Programs coupled with race and ethnicity responses.
Ashford has maintained a standard of high quality learning and excellence that has culminated in conferring degrees to minority students, especially African-Americans and Native Americans.
Ashford President and CEO
Richard Pattenaude said that education has the power to transform, and that he is pleased to know he is part of something that is helping to change the lives of students.
said that the university takes pride in making higher education “accessible to such a diverse range of students.”
Ashford offers a combination of innovative technology and a variety of relevant degree programs, including associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees. Most programs are available online, helping students achieve a balanced life with a flexible education schedule.
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