Facts and Statistics about BIPOC Student Experiences
Decades of research shows that BIPOC students are more likely to face discrimination, oppression, and mental health issues during their time in academia. These resources highlight some of the most recent or impactful findings.
Council of Graduate Schools - Graduate Enrollment and Degrees (2008 to 2018)
American Council on Education - Enrollment in Graduate Education
American Council on Education - Race and Ethnicity of U.S. Graduate Students
HBCU and Scholarship Guides for Black Students
Resources for Mental Health & Well-being
As BIPOC students face unique challenges during graduate school, specialized support is needed for maintaining mental well-being.
National Alliance on Mental Illness - BIPOC Mental Health Resources
Anxiety & Depression Association of America - Mental Health Resources for the Black Community
MHA National - Black and African American Communities and Mental Health
MHA National - Asian American/Pacific Islander Communities And Mental Health
MHA National - Latinx/Hispanic Communities and Mental Health
MHA National - Native And Indigenous Communities And Mental Health
Groups around the world are working towards supporting BIPOC stuents of all levels in academia.
University of North Texas - Racial Trauma and Self-Care in Tragedy
ACLU - Racial Justice
ACLU - Students’ Rights
Abolition Science Podcast - BIPOC: Navigating Grad School
Black in X Community - BlackInX.org