“Balancing Two Worlds”: Supporting Transracially Adopted Asian/American Students on the College Camp
This grounded theory study explores transracially adopted Asian/American college students’ experiences in higher education and how student affairs professionals can serve this underserved population. Participants included 33 current college students from across the United States. A theoretical model surfaced that demonstrates the complex needs adopted college students are faced with. We provide practical suggestions that student affairs professionals can use to create integrative environments and policies that can better serve this minoritized population.