M.A. Higher Education
Educational Services and Leadership
College of Education
Sisco, Burton R.
Committee Member 1
African American, Marginalization, Mattering
African American college students--Rowan University
The purpose of this study was to gauge the perceptions of African American students in the areas of social interaction, classroom climate, faculty interactions and administrative support and determining if these students felt marginalized or if they matter in those areas. The study also intended to find correlations between mattering and academic success as well as active campus participation with a feeling of mattering. The survey used was adapted from Lovely Durham, who condensed the survey Perceptions on Community, and handed out to a portion of the African American students at Rowan University.
Dandridge, Dante, "Mattering versus marginality: African American student perspective at Rowan University" (2018). Theses and Dissertations. 2624.