The current research compares two demographically diverse universities regarding their respective awareness of the study abroad programs (SAPs) offered by their school. The study focuses on each sample’s awareness of SAP opportunities (i.e., as offered by their own institution) as well as each group’s opinion of the level of university administrator effort aimed at promoting the SAP offerings at each school. The authors analyzed whether student perceptions of the level of administrator support affected student expectations regarding SAP participation prior to graduation. Given the different socio-economic characteristics of the two student samples used in the study, the authors provide additional insight as to the relatively low rate of minority SAP participation.
Woodham, Omar; Stone, George W.; Cort, Kathryn; and Jones, Michael A.
"An Exploratory Comparison of Private and HBCU Marketing Student Study Abroad Program (SAP) Participation Intentions,"
Atlantic Marketing Journal: Vol. 5
, Article 3.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/amj/vol5/iss3/3
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