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Black men: Factors for persistence to degree completion at a predominantly White public institution of higher education
This study was initiated as an attempt to examine the college experience of Black men who graduated from a predominantly White college. Long recognized as the pinnacle of educational institutions, American higher education ...
Understanding the contributions of non-academic variables to the success and persistence of first-year, first-semester college students
The purpose of this study was to explore the contribution of non-academic variables (personal responsibility, motivation, self-management, interdependence/support, self-awareness, lifelong learning, emotional intelligence, ...