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Climate for Minorities at UK A Summary of Various Survey Findings (1997 – 2001) Survey Results Compiled from. . . The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE, 2001) Undergraduate Alumni Survey (1999, 2000, 2001) New Freshmen Survey (2001)
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Atmosphere for Minorities at UK A Summary of Various Survey Findings (1997 – 2001)

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Survey Results Compiled from. . . The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE, 2001) Undergraduate Alumni Survey (1999, 2000, 2001) New Freshmen Survey (2001) Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (1997, 2000)

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NSSE 2001: Percent of understudies reporting they ‘often’ or ‘very often’ had genuine discussions with . . . Understudies of another race Less than four in ten (38%) UK understudies Over half (56%) of understudies at other doctoral/research broad foundations Students who contrast as far as religion, governmental issues, or individual qualities Over half (56%) of UK understudies 66% (67%) of understudies at other doctoral/research broad organizations

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To what degree has your involvement with UK added to your understanding individuals of other racial and ethnic foundations? (N=151) Source: National Survey of Student Engagement, 2000-2001

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To what degree does UK accentuate empowering contact among understudies from diverse monetary, social, and racial or ethnic foundations? (N=151) Note: Differences are noteworthy at p<.001. Source: National Survey of Student Engagement, 2000-2001

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Perceived Academic Climate for African-American Students at UK (Overall N=2358, African-American N=68) Note: Results are assembled from three years of overviews Source: Undergraduate Alumni Survey Results for 1999, 2000, 2001

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Perceived Academic Climate for Women at UK Source: Undergraduate Alumni Survey Results for 2001

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Perceived Social Climate for African-American Students at UK (Overall N=2298, African-American N=68) Note: Results are gathered from three years of studies Source: Undergraduate Alumni Survey Results for 1999, 2000, 2001

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Perceived Social Climate for Women at UK Source: Undergraduate Alumni Survey Results for 2001

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Would You Enroll Again at UK? Source: Undergraduate Alumni Survey Results for 2001

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Freshman Survey Findings When asked how as often as possible they had taken a shot at a secondary school venture with an understudy of another race . . . More than 33% (37%) of white understudies said they had ‘never’ worked with an African American understudy Only 1% of African American understudies reported that they had ‘never’ worked with a white understudy

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Freshman Survey Findings When asked how as often as possible amid the previous year they had a long discussion with an understudy of another race . . . Not as much as half (40%) of white understudies reported talking with an African American understudy on 4 or more events 84% of African American understudies reported speaking with a white understudy on 4 or more events

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There is an in number responsibility to racial amicability on grounds. (1=not fulfilled at all to 7= exceptionally fulfilled) Source: Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory, 1997 and 2000

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There is an in number duty to racial agreement on grounds. Source: Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory, 1997 Note: A Gap of 1.5 or more noteworthy recommends a zone of concern. A hole is characterized as the contrast in the middle of significance and fulfillment.

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Faculty…..fair/unprejudiced in treatment of individual understudies. Source: Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory, 1997 Note: A Gap of 1.5 or more noteworthy proposes a zone of concern. A crevice is characterized as the contrast in the middle of significance and fulfillment.

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Campus is sheltered and secure for all understudies. Source: Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory, 1997 Note: A Gap of 1.5 or more prominent proposes a territory of concern. A crevice is characterized as the distinction in the middle of significance and fulfillment.

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Summary UK understudies are more improbable than understudies from other doctoral organizations to chat with understudies who are altogether different from themselves (NSSE) UK understudies see the college as not underlining the significance of contact with understudies from diverse financial, social, and racial or ethnic foundations (NSSE) Female and African American graduated class see the social atmosphere at UK as less strong than the general specimen of graduated class (UK Alumni Survey)

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Summary African American understudies will probably express worry with UK’s duty to racial amicability on grounds (Noel-Levitz Inventory) African American first year recruits will probably report working and bantering with whites than the other way around (New Freshman Survey) Both African Americans and ladies are more improbable than the general gathering of respondents to trust the grounds is sheltered and se