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|Title: ||Relationship between First Year Success Programs and Second-Year Persistence|
|Authors: ||Rupley, Elissa|
|Issue Date: ||20-Sep-2011 |
|Abstract: ||Much research has been conducted on the success and retention of first-year students.
Little research has been done on second-year students and their experiences. This study was completed to understand the experience of second year students.The purpose of this research study was to explore the attitudes, perceptions, and experiences of current second-year students who participated in the Academic Opportunity Program at Indiana State University to determine if the skills gained during the program transfer to the second-year. Focus groups were conducted to collect data. The results revealed that while the Academic Opportunity Program at Indiana State
University is a great opportunity for many students there are changes that could benefit many of the students. Results indicated that motivation, both intrinsic and extrinsic types of motivation, is a key factor in student success and retention.|
|In Collections:||Educational Leadership, Administration, and Foundations|
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