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Although research has been conducted on the experience of White students as temporary minorities in some racial minority settings, little research focuses White students’ experiences as a temporary minority in TRIO-funded programs. In this study, the experience of White students in a TRIO experience were examined through focus groups. Findings suggest that students often had an initial fear of the experience; however, they felt the program was largely positive and beneficial to their growth and development. Participants expressed an overall consensus pertaining to the advantages of being in a diverse student environment. Implications and conclusions for program administrators, student affairs professionals, and other campus leaders are discussed.
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Bonilla, A., Campbell, E., Watkins, W., & Yee, J. (2012). The Experience of White Students as a Temporary Minority in TRIO-Funded Programs-. Journal of the Student Personnel Association at Indiana University, 75-90. Retrieved from //scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/jiuspa/article/view/1940