Remaining enrolled in college was just as tough for U.S. students in 2022 as it was in 2021, but a recent Lumina Foundation-Gallup study shows Hispanic students struggled to stay in college more than students of any other race or ethnicity.

Fifty percent of Hispanic students currently enrolled in a post-high school education program found it “very difficult” or “difficult” for them to remain in their program. Fewer Black students (40%) and White students (37%) reported having this much difficulty staying in their program.

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