ABSTRACT

In the updated edition of this important volume, the editors and chapter contributors explore how diverse populations of students experience college differently and encounter group-specific barriers to success. Informed by relevant theories, each chapter focuses on engaging a different student population, including low-income students, Students of Color, international students, students with disabilities, religious minority students, student-athletes, part-time students, adult learners, military-connected students, graduate students, and others. New in this third edition is the inclusion of chapters on Indigenous students, student activists, transracial Asian American adoptee students, justice-involved students, student-parents, first-generation students, and undocumented students.

The forward-thinking, practical, anti-deficit-oriented strategies offered throughout the book are based on research and the collected professional wisdom of experienced educators and scholars at a range of postsecondary institutions. Current and future faculty members, higher education administrators, and student affairs educators will undoubtedly find this book complete with fresh ideas to reverse troubling engagement trends among various college student populations.

chapter Chapter 1|16 pages

The Heart of Our Work

Equitable Engagement for Students in US Higher Education
BySumun L. Pendakur, Stephen John Quaye, Shaun R. Harper

chapter Chapter 2|19 pages

Engaging Students of Color

BySamuel D. Museus, Kimberly A. Griffin, Stephen John Quaye

chapter Chapter 3|17 pages

Engaging Multiracial Students

ByC. Casey Ozaki, Marc P. Johnston-Guerrero, Kristen A. Renn

chapter Chapter 4|14 pages

Engaging Transracial Asian American Adoptees in College

ByAeriel A. Ashlee

chapter Chapter 5|20 pages

Engaging Indigenous Students

ByErin Kahunawaika'ala Wright, Heather J. Shotton

chapter Chapter 6|18 pages

Engaging White Students

ByNolan L. Cabrera, Chris Corces-Zimmerman, Jamie R. Utt

chapter Chapter 7|23 pages

Engaging International Students

ByJenny J. Lee, Santiago Castiello-Gutiérrez

chapter Chapter 8|11 pages

Engaging Undocumented Students

BySusana M. Muñoz

chapter Chapter 9|17 pages

Engaging Student Activists

ByCharles H. F. Davis, Sy Stokes, Demetri L. Morgan

chapter Chapter 10|18 pages

Engaging Queer Students

ByShaun R. Harper, Kaylan S. Baxter

chapter Chapter 11|17 pages

Engaging Transgender Students

ByD. Chase J. Catalano, Z Nicolazzo, T.J. Jourian

chapter Chapter 12|24 pages

Engaging Cisgender Women and Men Students

ByChristopher M. Fiorello, Jaime Lester

chapter Chapter 13|16 pages

Engaging Religious Minority Students

ByShafiqa Ahmadi, Darnell G. Cole, Bo Lee

chapter Chapter 14|19 pages

Engaging Students With Disabilities

ByKirsten R. Brown, Ellen M. Broido

chapter Chapter 15|15 pages

Engaging Student-Athletes

ByJoy Gaston Gayles, Rebecca E. Crandall

chapter Chapter 16|14 pages

Engaging Justice-Involved Students

ByRoyel M. Johnson, Joshua Abreu

chapter Chapter 17|20 pages

Engaging First-Generation Students

ByGeorgia Kouzoukas

chapter Chapter 18|17 pages

Engaging Poor and Working-Class Students

BySonja Ardoin

chapter Chapter 19|17 pages

Engaging Commuter, Part-Time, and Returning Adult Students

ByBarbara Jacoby

chapter Chapter 20|15 pages

Engaging Military-Connected Students

ByStephanie Bondi, Denise N. Williams-Klotz, Ann M. Gansemer-Topf, Corey B. Rumann

chapter Chapter 21|21 pages

Engaging Graduate and Professional Students

BySusan K. Gardner, Marco J. Barker

chapter Chapter 22|15 pages

Engaging Student-Parents

ByMargaret W. Sallee