A descriptive study of the perceptions of black students? experiences and satisfaction at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Miller, Ronald Frank
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The intent of this study was to examine the perception of African American students' experiences at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse. This was a descriptive study attempting to identify students' perception of the campus environment, including student services, faculty and staff, and the La Crosse community.
Public opinion --Wisconsin --La Crosse
College students, Black --Wisconsin --La Crosse --Attitudes
University of Wisconsin--La Crosse --Public opinion
University of Wisconsin--La Crosse --Students --Attitudes
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