Social class is often recognized as an “invisible” diversity characteristic, although social class identity may be more salient for working-class students in higher education. This presentation examines the participation of students from different social classes in Greek Life at several large, public universities. Relying upon survey and document analysis, this program increases awareness of social class and provides suggestions on how campuses can create an affirming and welcoming space for working-class students in Greek Life.
Presented at the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) conference, Orlando, FL, March 18, 2013.
Soria, Krista M.; Martin, Georgianna.
Exploring 'Invisible' Social Class in Fraternities and Sororities.
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