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Effects of a first-year living and learning residence hall on retention and academic performance


Author(s): Kanoy, K. W., & Bruhn, J. W.

Citation: Kanoy, K. W., & Bruhn, J. W. (1996). Effects of a first-year living and learning residence hall on retention and academic performance. Journal of The Freshman Year Experience and Students in Transition, 8(1), 7-24.

 

Abstract

The authors compared first-year students in a living and learning residence hall with a control group to study differences in academic performance and retention rates. Those in the living/learning hall achieved greater academic success than did the control group, but the retention rates showed no difference.

 

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