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 32, Number 1
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Assessing the Difference Between 1-, 2-, and 3-Credit First-Year Seminars on College
Student Achievement. 31(2), 9-28.
Faculty Attitudes and Behaviors That Contribute to Thriving in First-Year Students
of Color. 31(1), 9-28.
Helping First-Year Students Get Grit: The Impact of Intentional Assignments on the
Development of Grit, Tenacity, and Perseverance. 29(1), 99-118.
Challenge and Support for the 21st Century: A Mixed-Methods Study of College Student
Success. 28(2), 33-51.
Risk and Protective Factors Explaining First-Year College Adjustment. 31(1), 29-50.
“They Don’t Care About You”: First-Year Chinese International Students’ Experiences
with Neo-racism and Othering on a U.S. Campus. 30(1), 87-101.
Using Familial Funds of Knowledge to Transition and Develop a Sense of Belonging:
Reflections from First-Generation College Women of Color. 31(2), 29-44.
Life So Far: A Grounded Theory Analysis of College Student Transitions Through the
Sophomore Year. 31(2), 79-93.
Stress, Depression, and Anxiety Among Transitioning College Students: The Family as
a Protective Factor. 29(2), 11-25.
How Do Students of Color Find “Home” on College Campuses? 30(2), 27-43.
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