Amanda Shropshire


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Comfortable

Uncomfortable

TOTAL

Grade Point Average above 3.0.

4/14

1/2

31.25%

Marital Status

3/14

1/2

25.00%

Earnings of 50,000 and above.

10/14

2/2

75.00%

Would recommend the college to another African American student.

10/14

1/2

68.75%

In Table 4: African American Alumnae College Comfort Level Vs. Post College Attitudes/Success, respondents’ comfort level was also compared to factors assessing their level of postgraduate success and attitudes. These were based on final grade point average, marital status, annual earnings and their attitudes on recommending the college to another African American student. 68.75% of all respondents answered “Yes” that they would recommend Saint Mary’s College to another African American based on their experiences as a minority student, 10 out of 14 being comfortable and 2 out of 2 being uncomfortable.

The data also indicates the socio-economic status of the respondents by indicating their annual earnings. In addition, earnings of $50,000.00 or more would classify participants as part of the middle class as per the commonly known Dennis Gilbert class model. This is shown due to 10 out of 14 comfortable participants that indicated earning $50,000.00 and above, 2 out of 2 of those uncomfortable are also in this category displaying 75% of participants being members of the middle class.




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