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Undocumented and in CollegeStudents and Institutions in a Climate of National Hostility$
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Terry-Ann Jones and Laura Nichols

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780823276165

Published to Fordham Scholarship Online: January 2018

DOI: 10.5422/fordham/9780823276165.001.0001

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From Research to Action

From Research to Action

Jesuit Institutional Practices in Response to Undocumented Students

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Undocumented and in College

Suzanna Klaf

Katherine Kaufka Walts

, Terry-Ann Jones, Laura Nichols
Fordham University Press

This chapter explores institutional responses to undocumented undergraduate students from the perspective of staff. Data from 110 key staff members (employed in admissions, financial aid, student services, campus ministry, and so on) from across all twenty-eight institutions were collected through an online survey, were analyzed, and presented in this chapter. The first section highlights the results of the survey and interviews conducted with staff at Jesuit colleges and universities. The second section presents a five-part case study of Loyola University Chicago initiatives. These initiatives were informed by the engagement of Loyola University Chicago in the research partnership, the results of which are presented, and the dissemination of the Ford-funded report composed in collaboration with Fairfield University and Santa Clara University.

Keywords:   undocumented undergraduate students, higher education, university staff, Jesuit colleges, Jesuit universities, Santa Clara University, Loyola University Chicago

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