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The social climate of student organizations can alter a student’s perception of their influence upon the organization. This study examines Black student leaders’ perceptions of social climate of campus governing boards at a predominantly White institution (PWI). Black students’ experiences were investigated using Moos’s (1979, 1987) social climate dimensions. Implications and recommendations for student affairs professionals advising Black student leaders are detailed based on three salient themes: mission and direction, relationships, and mutual impact.
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Beatty, C., Bush, A., Erxleben, E., Ferguson, T., Harrell, A., & Sahachartsiri, W. (2010). Black Student Leaders: The Influence of Social Climate in Student Organizations. Journal of the Student Personnel Association at Indiana University, 48-63. Retrieved from //scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/jiuspa/article/view/5002