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Retention And Persistence Through The Lens Of Four Black Women Community College Students, Glennda M. Bivens
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This study focused on how four Black women described their retention and persistence; how institutional retention efforts support or hinder Black women’s perceptions of their ability to persist; and how institutional programs, processes, and policies can be transformed to support the retention and persistence of Black women attending community college. In 2012, 38 percent of Black women in college were enrolled in community colleges, 60 percent were over the age of 25, and 65.3 percent were considered low income.
Although there has been extensive research conducted on retention and persistence broadly, only two studies were identified that focused ...