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The Impact of Culturally Engaging Campus Environments on Sense of Belonging
The Review of Higher Education (2016)
  • Samuel D Museus
  • Varaxy Yi
  • Natasha Saelua
Abstract
Low rates of student persistence and degree completion are a major concern of colleges and universities across the United States. These low levels of degree attainment pose negative consequences for both individual students and larger society. This study aims to increase knowledge of how campus environments shape students’ sense of belonging in college. In the next section, we briefly discuss the evolution of scholarly theory and discourse on college student success. In this article, we focus on our analyses of the relationship between culturally engaging campus environments and sense of belonging in college.
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Publication Date
Winter December 10, 2016
Citation Information
Museus, S. D., Yi, V., & Saelua, N. (2017). The Impact of Culturally Engaging Campus Environments on Sense of Belonging. The Review of Higher Education, 40(2), 187-215. Chicago