SF State 14th nationally for minority degrees 

San Francisco State University ranked 14th in the nation last school year for graduating minority students, according to a recent report in Diverse Issues in Higher Education magazine.

The college awarded 2,615 baccalaureate degrees to minorities during the 2008-09 academic year, representing 48 percent of the graduating students, school officials said. It ranked 9th for undergrad degrees to Asian Americans and 27th for degrees to Hispanic graduates.

“We are pleased by the recognition, but there is still much work to do,” SF State President Robert A. Corrigan said in a statement.

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