International Hispanic Online University Launches New Web Portal

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New website aims to connect academic institutions with Hispanic and Latino students seeking to advance their education and academic goals.

We are thrilled with the new website and believe this is another vital step forward in providing high-quality educational content to the fastest growing demographic in the United States.

The International Hispanic Online University, a provider of online college courses taught in Spanish, is happy to announce the launch of its official website http://ihou.org. The IHOU site is designed to enhance and improve access to information related to Hispanic and Latino educational opportunities.

IHOU is an invaluable resource for both prospective Hispanic students and educational organizations. IHOU serves as a bridge for academic institutions by enabling schools to offer their course content online and in the Spanish language. The site aims to increase the ability of native Spanish-speaking students to make progress towards their academic goals while becoming proficient in English.

"The site is thoroughly updated and offers a user-friendly navigation platform to connect Hispanic students with each other and to open up new educational opportunities for them,” says Terri Taylor Straut, Vice President of Administration.

You can learn more about IHOU by visiting the new website at http://www.ihou.org. Schools interested in partnering with IHOU are encouraged to utilize a special Partner Information Portal at http://partner.ihou.org.

About the International Hispanic Online University

The International Hispanic Online University, or IHOU, is an innovative provider of online education using Spanish as the language of instruction. IHOU is committed to providing students with the highest quality online education and with the tools needed to realize their educational goals. For more information about IHOU, please visit http://www.ihou.org or call 1-800-379-9970.

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