Show simple item record McCormick, E. Beck, C. N. Cole, J. S. 2019-09-18T20:23:13Z 2019-09-18T20:23:13Z 2015-02-10
dc.description Presented at the 2015 Annual Conference on the First-Year Experience in Dallas, TX.
dc.description.abstract Using cognitive, non-cognitive and environmental factors, Montana State University developed a program to improve the persistence of at-risk first-time students. Cognitive factors include ACT and SAT scores and high school GPA. The Beginning College Survey of Student Engagement was used to assess non-cognitive factors. Environmental factors include engagement facilitated by the ChampChange program. Results indicate that students who engaged 20 or more times through the ChampChange program were retained 84% compared to 51% of students who engaged only 1-4 times. The aim of this presentation is to present the results of the study and discuss how implications for other campuses.
dc.publisher Annual Conference on the First-Year Experience
dc.title Interventions for first-time students informed with mixed methods analysis
dc.type Presentation

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