Each year, the National Forum is invited to present our research at a variety of conferences and venues. The following is a select list of presentations over the past few years:  2013 de Bowe, C., Kamimura, A., Ramos, M., & Wardlow, M. (2013, May) Recruiting and Retaining Undocumented Students in the Midwest, College Board Preparate [...]

The National Forum has released a comprehensive report funded by the Texas Guarantee Loan Corporation (TG) examining institutional behavior related to state and federal policies regarding undocumented students. “We created a survey examining institutional behaviors regarding undocumented students.  Our partners at the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) and the National Association [...]

Researchers working on the immigration initiative at the National Forum have been hard at work presenting at numerous conferences around the country.  Researchers at the National Forum presented at the seventh annual national conference of the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE), and at the GSCO/BET conference.  This year’s AAHHE conference took place [...]

On March 8-10, 2012, the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) hosted their seventh annual conference in Costa Mesa, CA.  AAHHE is an organization that focuses on the advancement of Hispanics in higher education and recognizes the achievements of Hispanics within their fields of study.  Last week, the National Forum sent some of [...]

Title: Reconciling Federal, State, and Institutional Policies Determining Educational Access for Immigrant and Undocumented StudentsLocation: ASHE Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina, Westin Hotel 212 ABLink out: Click hereDescription: The Forum’s Lara Kovacheff Badke, Noe Ortega, Angela Vidal-Rodriguez, and Chris Nellum present at ASHE 2011.Start Time: 12:45Date: 2011-11-17End Time: 14:00

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The National Forum’s access research targets a variety of areas including public perceptions about who should attend college and explorations of increasing the college-going rates of young people in minority and low-income communities. As our society becomes more diverse, our work has given special focus to the ways in which institutions open access to those [...]