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Appreciative advising with international students in american community colleges

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Abstract

International students in US higher education have received greater attention in the past decades as their enrollment continues to grow. According to the Open Doors report, during academic year 2013-2014, the total enrollment of international students in US higher education reached an all-time record of 886,664, of which 87,963 (10 %) attended Baccalaureate/Associate’s Colleges and Associate’s Colleges (Institute of International Education 2014). This important student population has benefited US higher education in many different ways, such as bringing a global perspective to domestic students who cannot afford to study abroad (Campbell 2012), and providing additional revenue to higher education institutions as public funds continue to diminish (NAFSA 2015).

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Zhang, Y. L. (2016). Appreciative advising with international students in american community colleges. In International Education at Community Colleges: Themes, Practices, and Case Studies (pp. 93–109). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-53336-4_7

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