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A comparison of effects of campus residence and freshman seminar attendance on freshman dropout rates


Author(s): Fidler, P. P., & Moore, P. S.

Citation: Fidler, P. P., & Moore, P. S. (1996). A comparison of effects of campus residence and freshman seminar attendance on freshman dropout rates. Journal of The Freshman Year Experience and Students in Transition, 8(2), 7-16.

 

Abstract

The authors conducted a study comparing dropout rates of first-year students living on campus versus participating in a first-year seminar. The results showed that participation in a first-year seminar reduced the dropout rate independently from the effect of housing.

 

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