About Marissa Vasquez Urias
Dr. Marissa Vasquez Urias is Assistant Professor of Community College Leadership and Associate Director of the Community College Equity Assessment Lab (CCEAL) – Minority Male Community College Collaborative (M2C3) at San Diego State University. Dr. Vasquez Urias serves as a Faculty Affiliate with Project MALES at the University of Texas at Austin. She is actively engaged in critical and applied research that challenges structural and cultural praxis that prevent equitable outcomes for underserved students in higher education, particularly Latino and African American men. She earned an associate degree from Southwestern College, bachelor’s degree in English from the University of California, Berkeley, master’s degree in Counseling from the University of San Diego, and EdD in Community College/Postsecondary Education Leadership from San Diego State University.
community college, Latino/a students, transfer students, men of color
- ED 795A: Research Seminar
- ED 795B: Research Seminar
- ED 885: Seminar in Educational Program Planning and Evaluation
- ARP 801: Community College Development and History
|2014||Ed.D., San Diego State University|
|2009||M.A., University of San Diego|
|2005||B.A., University of California - Berkeley|
|2003||A.A., Southwestern College - Chula Vista|
Book Chapter (1)
Recent Works (1)
Research Works (6)
Black Male Graduation Rates in Community Colleges: Do Institutional Characteristics ...
Community College Journal of Research and Practice (2014)
The purpose of this study was to investigate Black male graduation rates in public two-year, degree–granting institutions. Specifically, the researchers ...
The Impact of Institutional Characteristics on Latino Male Graduation Rates ...
Annuals of the Next Generation (2012)
This study examined the impact of select institutional characteristics (e.g., attendance intensity, degree of urbanization, institutional size, governance type) on ...