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DIVERSIFYING

African-American undergraduates at Boston College:
In 1990: 301
In 2000: 425

Latino undergraduates:
In 1990: 401
In 2000: 491

AHANA students in Lynch School of Education graduate programs:
In 1996: 124
In 2000: 162

AHANA faculty at Boston College:
In 1992: 42.
In 2000: 70.

AHANA staff members:
In 1990: 236
In 2000: 341

Courses that currently satisfy the core curriculum's cultural diversity requirement: 150.

Times an AHANA student has been elected president or vice president of the undergraduate student body since 1991: 4.

Percent of AHANA students who graduate within 12 semesters: 84. Factor by which this exceeds the national average: 2.

Undergraduates who studied abroad:
In 1992-93: 227
In 2000-01: 755


From "Diversity at Boston College," a report issued this spring by the Office of the President.


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