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Much of the existing literature on Vietnamese Americans focuses on experiences of previous generations and does not capture the perspectives of the current generation of Vietnamese Americans, more specifically those who are college students. The present study examined the role of family influence on college experiences for Vietnamese American students. This study utilized qualitative methodology, analyzing data collected from semi-structured, in-person individual interviews conducted with sixdoi:10.15763/issn.2642-2387.2021.7.1.83-116 fatcat:dqinsxrm5zbd5fg3hwamdhpgna