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National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition

Publications

Since its founding in 1986, the National Resource Center has published resources exploring the learning, success, and development of college students in transition, including a peer-reviewed empirical journal, newsletters, scholarly practice books, research monographs, and guides.

Featured Titles 

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Sustaining Support for Sophomore Students: Results from the 2019 National Survey of Sophomore-Year Initiatives

This report offers implications for research and practice by highlighting the ways in which institutional efforts and initiatives can be better designed for responsiveness based on differences in campus context, student backgrounds, and student needs.

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Thriving in Transitions: A Research-Based Approach to College Student Success

"At a time when little feels stable and certain, thriving in transition takes on new meaning. Whether from high school to higher education, college to career, or across career paths, Schreiner, Louis, and Nelson provide educators with a road map so that they may be able to be 'good company' for students on their journey." — Tricia Seifert, Associate Professor, Adult & Higher Education, Montana State University

Supporting Success for LGBTQ+ Students

Supporting Success for LGBTQ+ Students: Tools for Inclusive Campus Practice

“This book is mandatory reading for any college practitioner who wishes to advance the conversation around supporting LGBTQ+ youth. Kilgo offers a thorough review and gives insightful tools and perspective to create inclusive learning environments.” — Shane Mendez Windmeyer, Executive Director, Campus Pride

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Promoting Belonging, Growth Mindset, and Resilience to Foster Student Success

“Through a combination of storytelling, empirical research, questions for further reflection and campus dialogue, and concrete next steps to enact the principles, the authors have created a highly user-friendly book that can serve almost as a blueprint for student success programming.” — Laurie Schreiner, Chair and Professor, Department of Higher Education, Azusa Pacific University

 

 

 


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