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Change factors affecting college matriculation: A re-analysis


Author(s): Mitchell, D. F., Goldman, B. A., & Smith, M.

Citation: Mitchell, D. F., Goldman, B. A., & Smith, M. (1999). Change factors affecting college matriculation: A re-analysis. Journal of The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, 11(2), 75-92.

 

Abstract

The authors studied how changes in major, place of residence, and course load delay graduation among non-transfer students who persevere through 8 to 10 semesters of college. The study data suggest that less academically talented students are more likely to make changes and experience more delays in matriculation than are the more academically talented students.

 

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