The Effect of Diversity Climate on Institutional Affiliation/Pride and Intentions to Stay and Graduate: A Comparison of Latinx and Non-Latinx White Students
Journal of Hispanic Higher Education
This study analyzed student perceptions of diversity climate factors in a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI). The climate of respect, perceived value of diversity on campus, and interracial interactions with faculty and staff were explored to determine their effects on institutional affiliation/pride and intentions to remain and graduate. Results indicated that the three factors of diversity climate affect institutional affiliation/pride and intentions to stay and graduate for Latinx students.
climate of respect, co-racial interactions, diversity climate, HSI, institutional affiliation, intentions to graduate, Latino/Hispanic students, Latinx students, pride
Monica C. Gavino and Ekundayo Akinlade. "The Effect of Diversity Climate on Institutional Affiliation/Pride and Intentions to Stay and Graduate: A Comparison of Latinx and Non-Latinx White Students" Journal of Hispanic Higher Education (2021): 91-111. https://doi.org/10.1177/1538192719896335