This quantitative study analyzes the matriculation patterns of Latina/o college students enrolled in remedial education at a 4-year college in southern California. The study analyzes seven years of existing college student records and compares the retention rates of college-ready Latina/o students and Latina/o students enrolled in remedial education. While the Latina/o populations have grown in the United States, according to the Campaign for College Opportunity (2013), college attainment (attendance and enrollment) for Latina/os remains far below their Caucasian counterparts. This study employs four logistic regressions measuring student departure at four key trajectory milestones. This research will have particular interest to community colleges and 4-year institutions, Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs), colleges addressing remediation, and colleges preparing for an increase in the Latina/o population within their institutions.