Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Educational Foundations & Leadership
Susan T. Kater
The focus of this research is the perceptions of academic success held by African American male students attending a community college. Community colleges often serve as the gateway for unprepared, at-risk students. However, this group of students frequently fails to persist and matriculate even after six years of attendance. Understanding the perceptions of academic success within two defined groups of students, pre-enrollment and probationary, would allow community college leaders to efficiently allocate resources to ensure high levels of engagement within the college classroom.
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Gray, Shashuna J..
"An Examination of African American Male Students’ Perceptions of Academic Success and Their Experiences at the Community College"
(2017). Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Dissertation, Educational Foundations & Leadership, Old Dominion University, DOI: 10.25777/hjz0-3y08