Undocumented Students’ Experiences With Microaggressions During Their College Choice Process
Nienhusser, H. Kenny
Vega, Blanca E.
Saavedra Carquin, Mariella C.
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Although millions of undocumented students are enrolled in and guaranteed free public K–12 education, their postsecondary education opportunities are stifled. Some of the barriers encountered by undocumented students include discriminatory public policies, limited availability of information and insensitive college choice processes, and fear of immigration status disclosure. This article responds to the question: How, if at all, do undocumented students experience microaggressions during their college choice process?