Fast Facts

Between 2010 and 2020, the Hispanic population grew more than any other racial or ethnic group, increasing from 50.7 million to 61.3 million. The growth of the Hispanic population accounted for most of the population growth nationwide. Hispanics are now a more significant portion of the residents, growing from 16.4% to 18.6%

In every state, the portion of the Hispanic population grew during the decade. In Texas, which gained 2.2 million new Hispanic residents - more than any other state - the Hispanic population's percentage increased from 37.7% to 39.8%

As Texas State University’s enrollment has grown over the last fifteen years, we are very proud of the fact that our enrollment reflects the true changing face of Texas. The minority enrollment has steadily increased in recent years, with our Hispanic enrollment counting for over 35% of the total enrollment and overall minority enrollment of over 50%. With the changing enrollment, Texas State University continues to grow in the recruitment of Faculty and Staff to help complement our student enrollment.

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