Latinas/os are the fastest-growing racial minority group in the U.S., with much of this growth occurring among the school-aged population (Lui, 2011). With these demographic shifts in mind, and in light of lower than average college completion rates, increasing higher education access, and participation among Latinas/os remains an important policy concern. Furthermore, it is estimated that by 2018, nearly two thirds of jobs are expected to require a postsecondary degree (Carnevale, 2010), increasing the urgency to strengthen the pipeline to college, as well as promoting increased completion and graduation rates. As a response to these trends, a new Latina/o college choice agenda compels us to seek out empirical research, best practices and partnerships, and policies that promote and sustain greater preparation and success among Latina/o students.