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Scanlon, Daniel J.; Kline, Kimberly A. – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2023
Higher education has yet to address the deeper causes of inequities in student participation rates in study abroad programs across student demographics. Factors contributing to inequities include disparities in access to social and cultural capital and neglect of identity-related experiences of racially minoritized and first-generation,…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Student Participation, Minority Group Students, College Students
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Faure, Tamara; Sasso, Pietro Antonio – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2023
Accessibility of educational accommodations has increased but can be frequently inconsistent for undergraduates with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The didactic relationship between educational accessibility staff with faculty, who are increasingly adjuncts, facilitates many course-learning accommodations. This descriptive phenomenological study…
Descriptors: Academic Accommodations (Disabilities), Autism Spectrum Disorders, Students with Disabilities, Undergraduate Students
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Falco, Joseph; Sparrow, Michael – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2023
LGBTQ students experience a lower sense of belonging at community colleges. The correlation between campus and classroom climate and academic success, campus involvement, identity, level of outness, and well-being for LGBTQ students contributes to their decreased sense of belonging. Non-LGBTQ-affirming and non-inclusive community college campuses…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Community College Students, College Environment, Student School Relationship
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Theroux, Ryan; Furukawa, Derek – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2022
Cultural artifacts convey meanings and messages to members of a campus community that provide insights into the culture of a college. Artifacts may include physical, behavioral, or verbal phenomena that one identifies in the culture of an institution. While studies of culture on college campuses have been conducted through anthropological,…
Descriptors: School Culture, Colleges, Campuses, College Environment
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Bishop, Joshua D. – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2022
This study describes what higher education professionals perceived as positive workplace adaptations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Two surveys were administered to groups of professionals in the field of higher education to obtain information about their perception of positive changes experienced in their work during COVID-19 pandemic. The…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Higher Education, Work Environment
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Scott, David A.; Woolnough, Freeman; Cawthon, Tony W. – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2022
Amid increased concerns about mental health, sexual violence, and substance use among college students, college campuses are looking toward developing targeted programming to help counteract these concerning trends. This practitioner paper highlights the development and impacts of a program at a Canadian institution, which focuses on healthy…
Descriptors: College Students, Masculinity, Program Effectiveness, Foreign Countries
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Cain, Elise J. – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2021
This article explores the college-choice processes of two college students who graduated high school from rural areas in New York State. Hossler and Gallagher's (1987) three-stage model of the college-choice process was used as the theoretical framework for this study. To gain in-depth knowledge about students' predisposition, search, and choice…
Descriptors: Rural Areas, College Students, College Choice, Dual Enrollment
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Zak-Moskal, Agnieszka; Garrison, Mark J. – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2020
This paper first introduces self-determination theory (SDT) to retention researchers and higher education professionals. Highlighted are the three basic psychological needs, that when met, are theorized to give rise to intrinsic motivation, which is associated with high levels of human performance. These are the needs for autonomy, competence, and…
Descriptors: Self Determination, Educational Theories, College Students, School Holding Power
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Scribner, Megan; Sasso, Pietro A.; Puchner, Laurel – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2020
This qualitative interview study explored the experiences in a purposive sample of nontraditional and traditional undergraduate students, examining their current stressors and how coping strategies to manage stress developed. The study used Schlossberg's (1995) transition theory in conceptualizing experiences with stress and Lazarus and Folkman's…
Descriptors: Stress Management, Coping, Undergraduate Students, Nontraditional Students
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Díaz, Hermen, III – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2020
To understand the transaction between the environment and students, this study examines a Latin* cultural center in facilitating community and sense of belonging for Latino men at a predominantly White institution (PWI). This study used critical race theory, specifically LatCrit to interrogate Strange and Banning's (2015) hierarchy of…
Descriptors: College Students, Hispanic American Students, Males, Predominantly White Institutions
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Wong, Newman Chun Wai; Mills, Michael T.; Araiza, Isabel – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2020
Because of increased opportunities for social interaction, undergraduate students living on campus are more likely to persist and graduate than their counterparts. Residence hall design also contributes to student interaction. This study explored the relationship between campus apartment design and graduation rates of a sophomore cohort attending…
Descriptors: College Housing, Educational Facilities Design, Architecture, Graduation Rate
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Boettcher, Michelle; Dillard, Stacy; Dobbins, Kimbell; Jones, Keenan; Lang, Nick; Palmer, Hailey; Philip, Esther; Richmond, Kierra; Wilkes, Dylan; Xi, Wen – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2020
First-generation college (FGC) students represent 56% of college students in the United States (RTI International, 2019). Studies on the role FGC family in students' campus experiences by Covarrubias et al. (2015) along with Orbe's (2008) work on the role of culture in FGC identity development provide a foundation for understanding FGC…
Descriptors: First Generation College Students, Minority Group Students, Student Experience, Family Environment
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Vincent, Aviva; Weber, Megan; Sabo, Danielle – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2020
Doctoral women experience disparities in self-efficacy, degree completion, and mental fatigue compared to men-identified colleagues. Women pursuing doctorates express hardships mirroring those reported in the 1970s. Applied qualitative methodology yielded emergent themes, contextualized by the frameworks of role theory and academic resilience…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Females, Student Experience, Self Efficacy
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Cullen, John P.; Clark-Taylor, Angela; Faurot, Catherine; Alani, Alysha; Cerulli, Catherine – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2019
There is little data on the perception of LGBTQ constituencies toward feminism. This research team conducted focus groups on campus and within the surrounding community on perspectives of LGBTQ students, university-employed gay men, community-based transgender individuals, and community-based gay men toward feminism. The team analyzed findings…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Feminism, College Students, Employees
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DuVivier, Roxanne; Ratliff, Monica; Gardner, Brigette; Ouwerkerk, Lauren; Scacco, Josua – New York Journal of Student Affairs, 2019
While national quantitative research has been conducted that measured satisfaction and engagement of undergraduate students in England, fewer qualitative studies exist that focused on the needs of students and their perceptions of the totality of their university experiences. This study examined the multifaceted phenomena of student engagement in…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Learner Engagement, Foreign Countries, Student Needs
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