A Mixed Methods Approach to Understanding College Student Retention and Graduation
|DuCette, Joseph P.
|Guzman Del Vecchio, Nita Teresa
|This study examined the retention and graduation patterns of a cohort of students at one baccalaureate, public, commuter campus. Quantitative and Qualitative data were analyzed to develop a campus specific retention model (risk model). The results of this study are used to inform retention initiatives on this campus. Recommendations for a specific strategy to improve the year-to-year student retention rate and improve the 6-year graduation rate are made based on the findings of this study.
|Temple University. Libraries
|Theses and Dissertations
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|A Mixed Methods Approach to Understanding College Student Retention and Graduation
|Degnan, James W.
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