“My Counselors Were Never There”: Perceptions from Latino College Students (Report)

Eight Latino college students were interviewed to determine their perceptions of the role of their high school counselors. The findings revealed the following themes: (a) inadequate advisement, (b) lack of availability, (c) lack of individual counseling, (d) differential treatment, and (e) low expectations or setting limits. Despite insufficient services from school counselors, participants developed a sense of resilience and succeeded in higher education. A discussion is provided and implications for school counselors are presented. **********

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