Minority-serving institutions (MSIs) make an important contribution to American higher education. Numbering approximately 650 in total, the racial composition, environments, and practices of MSIs benefit students of color – and their White peers – in ways known to be demonstrably advantageous compared to many predominantly White institutions (PWIs) (Arroyo, Palmer, & Maramba, 2016; Conrad & Gasman, 2015; Gasman, Baez, & Turner, 2008; Gasman, Nguyen, & Conrad, 2015). One might say MSIs are leaders among colleges and universities.