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“We’re the Bottom”: African-American student perceptions of racial order at predominantly White institutions
The problem addressed in this study is the lack of awareness of African-American students’ feelings of deficit, attrition, oppression, and negative stereotypes as components contributing to their perception and definition ...
The Impact of college union involvement on student perceptions of sense of belonging and campus climate
College unions have long been promoted as community builders and laboratories for learning. However, little research has been conducted to understand the relationship between college unions and community building. The ...
Dame la mano, somos hermanos: examining Latino male students’ path to success at a minority serving institution
The “vanishing Latino male” has a number of elements impacting the Latino male’s postsecondary experience. Factors shaping Latino male students’ college experiences include family, academic support, and co-curricular ...
Undermatching: The role of familial involvement in college choice among working class students
The purpose of this qualitative study was to better understand how working-class students and their families make decisions regarding institutional choice specifically around institutional selectivity. By understanding the ...
“Knowing where we’ve been, and what we’ve overcome is key”: the role of campus environment on development of recovery identity in members of a collegiate recovery program
The purpose of the phenomenoloical study was to understand the lived experiences of student participants in a collegiate recovery program, with a focus on recovery identity development. At the core of this study were two ...