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Camouflage in the Classroom: An Empirical Comparison of Veteran College Students with Their Traditional and Nontraditional Counterparts
Student veterans are a unique and growing segment of the college population, and there is very little quantitative research on their perceptions, needs, and characteristics. This study empirically tested themes from ...
Transitioning to College: The Role of Learning and Wellness Strategies During Freshman Year
Contributor:Al-Tabaa, Nadia Michelle
The transition to college is difficult for many students. It is during freshman year when students are the most likely to drop out of college. In this study, freshmen who were labeled as at-risk of dropping out of ...
The impact of minimum graduation requirements for college admissions on high school student achievement
Contributor:Krumholz, Patrick J.
This study examines the 2003 Colorado Commission on Higher Education's (CCHE) policy requiring minimum course requirements for entrance into a Colorado two-year or four-year public college or university. Utilizing a ...