Perceptions of Minority Students from Historically Black Institutions (HBIs) on Campus Visitation Programs at the Ohio State University and Purdue University

Rhonda Stewart, Tennessee State University

Abstract

The research study was conducted with the primary purpose to evaluate the overall delivery of information conveyed to minority students who attended visitation programs at The Ohio State University and Purdue University. The sample population used in this study was 120 students who attend visitation programs at the two listed institutions. Survey research was used to gather data and data from this study were analyzed by using non-parametric test (Chi-Square). Six hypotheses covered the following variables: faculty/staff, tutoring/advisement, financial aid, double majors/bridge programs and mentorship. The findings showed that African American Students compared to all other ethnicities were well informed of the information presented at the visitation programs at The Ohio State University and Purdue University.^

Subject Area

African American studies|Black studies|Multicultural Education|Higher education

Recommended Citation

Rhonda Stewart, "Perceptions of Minority Students from Historically Black Institutions (HBIs) on Campus Visitation Programs at the Ohio State University and Purdue University" (2017). ETD Collection for Tennessee State University. Paper AAI10641268.
https://digitalscholarship.tnstate.edu/dissertations/AAI10641268

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