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About The National Hispanic University

 
   


  For 30 years, The National Hispanic University has provided Hispanic students and others with access to quality higher education.

Located in San José, California, NHU offers campus-based and online undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs in business, education, child development, computer science, mathematics and science, and translation and interpretation—all delivered in a multicultural, collaborative, and supportive learning environment.

 
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Leadership President's Welcome
Dr. Ato shares why she came to NHU and why you should, too.
at NHU we are Familia™

Our Mission and Philosophy
We believe in Familia™ — a unique combination of cooperative learning and mutual assistance among students, faculty, and community/business partners in a personal and culturally relevant environment.

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Leadership Leadership
A diverse group of educators ensures that NHU fulfills its mission to provide a post-secondary education grounded in cultural respect, biliteracy, and diversity.
Accreditation

Accreditation
Accreditation ensures that your degree will be recognized and valued by employers and other accredited universities.

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NHU Faculty

Faculty
See the distinguished and supportive faculty in each program.

Events

Events
Join us on campus for an open house, information session, or one of our many cultural events.


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Videos

Videos
See what it's like to be part of the NHU Familia™. Watch videos featuring students, faculty, and campus events.

Newsroom

Newsroom
Find information and resources for media covering NHU and higher-education issues affecting Hispanics.

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NHU Campus

Campus
Built in 2004, our convenient location in San Jose includes an expansive library, computer labs, and athletic fields.

NHU History History
At NHU, you benefit from 30 years of experience providing a culturally relevant education to Hispanics and other minorities.