Initiative Reports & Newsletters
Uncovering the Diversity of Asian American Students at UIC
The report presents the findings of a four-year, online, quantitative survey with 1700 respondents and a two year, qualitative study (focus groups and interviews) with 46 participants. The research analyzed data disaggregated by ethnicity, finding ethnic-specific group differences in family income, being first-generation to attend college, parental education levels, high school background, and academic readiness. The report also highlights common themes from Asian American undergraduate student experiences at UIC.
Part A Report
The Part A report showcases the activities of UIC’s first AANAPISI grant (2010-15) enhancing programs in the Asian American Resource and Cultural Center, Asian American Studies (now Global Asian Studies), and funding the research for Uncovering the Diversity of Asian American Students.
Part F Report
The Part F report showcases the activities of UIC’s second AANAPISI grant (2011-16) which strengthened academic services and financial support to AAPI students through cross-campus collaborations involving advising, Writing Center, First-Year Writing Program, Office of Special Scholarship Programs, and Office of Career Services.