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- Journal of College Student Development
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- College Students in the United States: Characteristics, Experiences, and Outcomes
Journal of College Student Development
What is PEO? Department of Education Salary Survey. Additional publications include occasional papers, policy briefs, and an electronic newsletter. Vincent Tinto, Pell Institute Senior Scholar and Distinguished University Professor, Higher Education Program, School of Education, Syracuse University, completed this new timely and informative Pell Institute report in which they examine the postsecondary characteristics, experiences, and outcomes of low-income, first-generation college students. The report highlights how the combined impact of being both low-income and first-generation correlates with a range of factors i. Thus, they show how the combination of these two characteristics put students who are both low-income and the first in their families to go to college at the greatest risk of failure in postsecondary education. The report utilized data from the U.
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College Students in the United States Characteristics Experiences and Outcomes.pdf (72.96 KB)
Renn And Robert D. Renn and Robert D. In College Students in the United States: Characteristics, Experiences, and Outcomes , Renn and Reason challenge the notion that a singular definition can effectively capture higher education students in the twenty-first century. Instead, they offer a comprehensive description of this increasingly diverse student population in the context of existing theory and research. This is achieved with great success throughout the book as detailed and nuanced explanations of relevant literature are situated within the I-E-O framework.
Using large-scale longitudinal data, this study sought to examine factors influencing two important student development outcomes in students with disabilities attending 4-year colleges and universities. The comparison between two outcome models for students with learning disabilities and those with physical or sensory disabilities provided important educational implications. Institutional policy implications and educational interventions for college students with disabilities were also discussed. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve.
College Students in the United States: Characteristics, Experiences, and Outcomes
This study examined academic characteristics and tendencies of first-generation and second-generation students. Students at a mid-sized state university in Tennessee were surveyed to determine their preferred learning format, number of hours enrolled, hours applied toward studying outside the classroom, hours working off-campus, and current GPA. Researchers noticed that hours studied outside the classroom showed marginally significant differences over all the other categories observed.
These fact sheets provide national statistics about the background characteristics, postsecondary experiences, and outcomes of first-generation and continuing-generation college students in the United States. Detailed information on data collection methods is included with each fact sheet. Scholars and practitioners are encouraged to use these fact sheets to compare national statistics about first-generation students to statistics about first-generation students at their own institution. These fact sheets also provide useful insight to advance research and scholarship specific to first-generation students.
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