The Journal of The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition is a semiannual refereed journal providing current research on the first college
year and other significant student transitions.
Volume 34, Number 1
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Investigation of the Effect of First-Year Seminars on Student Success. 33(2), 65-95.
Challenge and Support for the 21st Century: A Mixed-Methods Study of College Student
Success. 28(2), 33-51.
Academic Self-Efficacy, Student Performance, and Well-Being in a First-Year Seminar. 33(1), 99-119.
Marginality and Mattering: Urban Latino Male Undergraduates in Higher Education. 26(1), 85-100.
Black Male Brilliance: Success of First-Year Black Men at Historically Black Colleges
and Universities. 33(1), 9-25.
Perceptions of School Belongingness and Goal Motivation in First-Generation Students. 33(1), 121-137.
How Perceptions of Campus Information Resources Motivate First-Generation and Continuing-Generation
Students' Use of Nonexpert Sources in the First Year of College. 33(2), 97-111.
Assessing the Difference Between 1-, 2-, and 3-Credit First-Year Seminars on College
Student Achievement. 31(2), 9-28.
Bridge to Success: Insight Into Summer Bridge Program Students' College Transition. 20(1), 11-30.
Culturally Relevant Pedagogy as a Teaching Strategy: A Case Study of Historically
Black Colleges and Universities First-Year Seminar Pedagogical Practices. 33(2), 47-63.
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