This qualitative study examined the experiences of Black students at historically white-majority campuses through the lens of microaggressions the students experienced from peers and faculty.
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Experiences and Responses to Microaggressions on Historically White Campuses: A Qualitative Interpretive Meta-Synthesis
Men of Color Transitioning to College: The Case for Community Assets, Community Programs, and Social Capital
In this qualitative study, researchers draw on interviews to identify key characteristics of two structured programs—the Power of Dad and a youth leadership development program—that provided mentorship and coaching to students of color as they transitioned to and navigated their first year of college.
Mitigating Barriers to Persistence: A Review of Efforts to Improve Retention and Graduation Rates for Students of Color in Higher Education
This literature review identifies multiple barriers that U.S. students of color face throughout college as well as potential practices to mitigate those barriers.
This tool from PERTS is a free professional learning program for college instructors and administrators on making more equitable and engaging student course-taking experiences.
Single Stop USA's Community College Initiative supports community college students in obtaining basic needs with the goal of improving college persistence and completion. This evidence snapshot and intervention report from the What Works Clearinghouse explores the effectiveness of Single Stop on college academic achievement and persistence.
This report from the National Center for Education Statistics examines present educational conditions and changes for different racial/ethnic groups in the United States. The report is part of a series focused on educational trends for racial/ethnic groups.