A Brief History of International Latin American Student Fraternities

  title={A Brief History of International Latin American Student Fraternities},
  author={Oliver Fajardo},
  journal={Journal of Hispanic Higher Education},
  pages={69 - 81}
  • Oliver Fajardo
  • Published 1 January 2015
  • Political Science, Education
  • Journal of Hispanic Higher Education
An international Latin American student fraternity movement preceded the current Latino Greeks that are seen on college campuses today. This document provides new information that has not been published. The movement lasted 86 years and primarily served wealthy international Latin American students who came to the United States to study and, once graduated, went back to their home countries. This was a different movement that became defunct before the current Latino Greeks emerged in 1975. 

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