Family Context of Rural Homelessness
Center for Native American Studies
A retention effort by the NMU Center for Native American Studies to engage American Indian students in academic, cultural, and social activities in an effort to give students a sense of community on campus. Retention rates for American Indian students on average are lower than their non-Native counterparts. Such a program helps students to connect with the university in another way that underlines who they are as multi-cultural students. Comments have been very positive of the varied types of activities.
Lindala, April, "Family Context of Rural Homelessness" (2011). Faculty Works. Paper 258.
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