Amanda Shropshire



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The survey was constructed so the respondent was asked questions pertaining to their background, experiences in college and their post college status. The respondents were also asked general questions indicating their “Comfort Level” with five levels of measurement, and this comfort level was compared to groups of questions that collectively asked about background, college experience and post college status. The respondents chose “Very Comfortable”, “Comfortable”, “Somewhat Comfortable”, “Uncomfortable” and “Very Uncomfortable”. This was a self-assessment of comfort level and the perception of comfort for each respondent may vary. Table 1: African American College Comfort Level Vs. College Experience shows the results for how comfortable respondents were in comparison to their experiences with the campus racial climate. The questions are broken down by those “Comfortable” and “Uncomfortable” and some of their experiences asked in matrix question number 29 of the survey, in addition to showing overall response percentage

Table 1: African American Alumnae College Comfort Level Vs. College Experience with Racial Climate

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