Semester of Graduation
Master of Arts in Education (MAE)
For the purpose of this study, the researcher examined the self-perceived experiences for Black students in the National Pan-Hellenic Council on the campus of at a Predominately White Institution (PWI) and a Historically College/Black University (HBCU) in the Southeast, specifically examining the support provided by Student Affairs professionals. After examining current literature, the researcher sought to understand students’ perception of support offered by Student Affairs professionals in Greek Life Offices.
Taylor-Johnson, Loryn M., "We Are One: A Phenomenological Study of the Self-Perceived Experiences of Black Students in the National Pan-Hellenic Council at a Predominately White Institution and Historically Black University in the Southeast" (2018). LSU Master's Theses. 4774.