A Spring 2019 Journal of Applied Research in the Community College
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Since 1993, the Journal of Applied Research in the Community College (JARCC) has served the institutional research and planning professionals in community colleges. We are now expanding that focus to include feature articles relating to the integration of research and theory to practice in all aspects of community college education. This semiannual, peer-reviewed journal provides an intellectual space to communicate innovative practices that support educational decision-making at the institutional, state and national levels.
JARCC is published by the San Diego State University Ed.D. program in Community College Leadership and Community College Leadership Alumni Chapter.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume 26, Number 1, Spring 2019
Latino Men and Community College Environments: Understanding How Belonging, Validation, and Resources Shape Experience
By Sarah RodriguezAlec JordanErin DoranVictor Saenz
Community College Faculty Foster or Foreclose on Opportunities to Improve Black Male Students Success
By Maisha N. Jones
Analysis of Mental Health Issues: Comparisons from a Survey and Counseling Center Records
By Kyle GamacheTanekar AlexanderTravis Vendetti
Bridging Success for STEM Students of Color: Factors that Predict Interactions with Institutional Agents at Community Colleges HSI and Non-HSI
By Maria-Jose Zeledon-Perez
The Mohala Alakai Emerging Leaders Program: How First-Year Native Hawaiian Students Conducted Original Research on Barriers to Student Success
By Lantana Hoke et al
Access, Use, and Efficacy of Campus Services among Hmong American Community College Students
By Soua Xiong
For the Culture: Grit, Student Engagement, and Academic Performance at a Historically Black Community College
By Sharonica Nelson Beate Baltes
Using Social Science Portraiture in Educational Research: Learning from the Transfer Experiences of Latinx/a Students to Inform Guided Pathways Design and Implementation
By Joan Garcia Ahrens