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Evaluation the cost-effectiveness of a freshman studies program on an urban campus


Author(s): Murtuza, A., & Ketkar, K.W.

Citation: Murtuza, A., & Ketkar, K.W. (1995). Evaluation the cost-effectiveness of a freshman studies program on an urban campus. Journal of The Freshman Year Experience, 7(1), 7-26.

 

Abstract

The authors examined the cost-effectiveness of the Freshman Studies Program at Seton Hall University. They concluded that it represented not only an effective approach to fulfilling the need for first-year student advisement but also the most financially sound method available.

 

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