Five Things Student Affairs Administrators Can Do To Improve Success Among College Men of Color

Shaun R. Harper

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This NASPA 5 Things Issue Brief advocates for institutional responsibility for student success, with an emphasis on what student affairs administrators can contribute to ongoing efforts to support positive educational outcomes for college men of color.

Despite increased attention, conversations concerning college men of color are often focused on fixing the student without accounting for institutional practices and policies that undermine his success.

Written specifically for a student affairs audience, this NASPA 5 Things Issue Brief advocates for institutional responsibility for student success, with an emphasis on what student affairs administrators can contribute to ongoing efforts to support positive educational outcomes for college men of color.

Authored by Shaun R. Harper, PhD, tenured faculty member in the Graduate School of Education, Africana Studies, and Gender Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and Director, Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education, this brief is the first of NASPA's 5 Things series, produced and supported by the NASPA Research and Policy Institute (RPI).

A NASPA Research and Policy Institute report.

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