Minita Ramirez

Minita Ramirez is currently the Vice President for Student Success at Texas A&M International University (TAMIU). She joined TAMIU in 2001 and has held various administrative and faculty positions. Her commitment continues to be Recruitment, Retention and Graduation of underserved students and communities of South Texas and Northern Mexico. She initiated intensive and intrusive programming which has for 17 years, supported the continuous growth in student population of approximately 130%. In addition, she is committed to facilitate the seamless student transition from high school to the University, and to support student enrollment and on-campus engagement, so that all students can successfully participate in learning that enhances their lives, the lives of their families and communities.

  • Reducing Administrative Costs at TAMIU Means Big Gains for Student Success

    Reducing Administrative Costs at TAMIU Means Big Gains for Student Success

    The VP of Student Success at TAMIU knows the obstacles Hispanic students face in higher education. Their one-stop student services model helps drive down costs.

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  • The First Step to Higher Ed at TAMIU is an Education on Borrowing

    The First Step to Higher Ed at TAMIU is an Education on Borrowing

    At TAMIU, Dr. Minita Ramirez knows the obstacles Hispanic students face when considering college—particularly when it comes to borrowing money. Read her insights on the ‘ABCs of Student Finance.’

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  • Accessibility Means Overcoming Obstacles to Higher Education 

    Accessibility Means Overcoming Obstacles to Higher Education 

    The VP of Student Success at TAMIU knows the obstacles Hispanic students face when considering college—and has set up ways to improve accessibility. Read her insights on the ‘ABCs of Student Finance.'

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  • How to Help Hispanic Students Succeed in College

    How to Help Hispanic Students Succeed in College

    Dr. Minita Ramirez began her quest into higher ed administration with a compelling question: ‘Where are all the Hispanic Students?’ Read her insights focused on the ‘ABCs of Student Finance,'

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