Report on “Student College Experiences,” November 5, 1984, Richard C. Gilman President's Files

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Title

Report on “Student College Experiences,” November 5, 1984, Richard C. Gilman President's Files

Description

This report finds that Occidental College students "have pronounced tendency to make fewer acquaintances with students who are different from them (i.e., from a different country, socio-economic class or race). This may be indicative of an individualistic rather than warm college atmosphere as Occidental appears to be doing as well as or better than other selective liberal arts colleges in attracting minority students of different racial background."

Source

Richard C. Gilman President's Files

Publisher

Unpublished

Date

1984/11/05

Date Created

2015/11/03

Contributor

Raihana Haynes-Venerable

Rights

Rights resides with Occidental College Library. For permission to reproduce or publish, please contact Special Collections.

Bibliographic Citation

Richard C. Gilman. Report on “Student College Experiences” 11/05/1984. Richard C. Gilman President's Papers. Special Collections and College Archives, Occidental College Library, Los Angeles, CA.

Mediator

CTSJ 320 Culture and Community

Rights Holder

Occidental College

Original Format

Report

Citation

“Report on “Student College Experiences,” November 5, 1984, Richard C. Gilman President's Files,” History of Equity and Diversity at Occidental, accessed December 2, 2021, https://oxyequitydiversity2014.omeka.net/items/show/250.