This training is for all campus
constituents who are ready to assess their current progress towards becoming an HSI. This workshop is ideal for faculty, staff, and administrators who have access to data about student outcomes and experiences (e.g., DFW rates, persistence rates, IPEDS, Cooperative Institutional Research Programs, Diverse Learning Environments, NSSE, CECE, campus climate surveys, etc.). Those who have been actively implementing
programs and services for better serving Latinxs and other minoritized students could benefit from this workshop. This training is hands-on, with participants asked to assess both their structures for serving and their indicators of serving, using the Multidimensional Conceptual Framework for Understanding “Servingness” as a guide. Topics include: (1) history and overview of HSIs, (2) HSI servingness defined by outcomes, experiences, organizational structures, and external influences, (3) current
HSI research, and (4) assessing servingness.