Abstract

Native Americans are the least likely to enroll and persist to graduation at the university. Further, the confluence of being a Native American and being an adult learner is a phenomenon that needs further examination. This qualitative research studies the lived experiences of three Native American adult learners at a predominantly white midwestern university.

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In the “Heart of Indian Country”: The Lived Experience of Native American Adult Learners at a Predominantly White University

Native Americans are the least likely to enroll and persist to graduation at the university. Further, the confluence of being a Native American and being an adult learner is a phenomenon that needs further examination. This qualitative research studies the lived experiences of three Native American adult learners at a predominantly white midwestern university.