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DOI

https://doi.org/10.25774/4pbb-p209

First Page

54

Last Page

70

Abstract

This study examined the co-curricular experience of fraternity and sorority student leaders as it relates to their interactional diversity opportunities. Data were collected in the fall of 2008 from 75 students, representing four higher education institutions within the Southeast. Using quantitative and qualitative analyses, the researcher discovered differences in the ways fraternity and sorority student leaders involved themselves beyond the classroom and how that involvement impacted their interactional diversity experiences with peers. Further analyses revealed how fraternity and sorority student leaders perceive diversity affecting their co-curricular collegiate experience.

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