“We are not that different from you”: A phenomenological study of undergraduate Muslim international student campus experiences.
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Undergraduate Muslim international students in American universities continue to grow in large numbers, however, this population of students face several challenges related to their racial/ethnic, religious, and gender identities. These challenges tend to influence their academic and social experiences and, ultimately, their overall integration on campus. Yet, much of the research has not focused specifically on this population of students even though their experiences are unique and worthy of exploration. Therefore, the purpose of this qualitative phenomenological study was to understand and ...