International Students’ Experiences with Campus Climate at Large, Public Research Universities
Soria and Brazelton utilize Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) survey data to examine whether international students have a different perception of campus climate compared to domestic students. The authors explore whether those differences in students’ perception of campus climate held controlling for additional demographic and collegiate variables and discovered that international students enrolled at large, public research universities perceived a less welcoming campus climate for diversity.
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