Through the addition of existing literature content related to the black students and their scholastic achievements, there should be a continuous process that aims at developing the situations and setups in the educational institutions to aim at not only improving the social interaction of the black students but to also increase their levels of academic success in the institutions that they subscribe to (Beasley & McClain, 2021).
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Allen, W.R. (1992). The color of success: African American college student outcomes at predominantly White and historically Black public colleges and universities. Harvard Educational Review, 62(1), 26-44.
Amechi, M. H., Stone, B. D., & Williams, J. L. (2020). Transitions and Pathways: HBCU College Choice Among Black Students With Foster Care Experience. Journal of The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, 32(2), 9-24.
Beasley, S. T., & McClain, S. (2021). Examining Psychosociocultural Influences as Predictors of Black College Students’ Academic Self-Concept and Achievement. Journal of Black Psychology, 47(2-3), 118-150.
Fleming, J. (1981a). Blacks in higher education to 1954: A historical overview. In G.E. Thomas (Ed.), Black students in higher education: Conditions and experiences in the 1970’s (pp. 11-17). Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
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Johnson, J. M. (2017). Choosing HBCUs: Why African Americans choose HBCUs in the twenty-first century. In Black colleges across the Diaspora: Global perspectives on race and stratification in postsecondary education. Emerald Publishing Limited.
Karemera, D., Reuben, L.J., & Sillah, M.R. (2003). The effects of academic environment and background characteristics on student satisfaction and performance: The case of South Carolina State University’s School of Business. College Student Journal, 37(2), 298-308.
McDonald, S.D., & Vrana, S.R. (2007). Interracial social comfort and its relationship to adjustment to college. The Journal of Negro Education, 76(2), 130-141.
Negga, F., Applewhite, S., & Livingston, I. (2007). African American college students and stress: School racial composition, self-esteem and social support. College Student Journal, 41(4), 823-83 1.
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