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Implementation, utilization, and outcomes of a minority freshman peer-mentor program at a predominately White university


Author(s): Schwitzer, A. M., & Thomas, C.

Citation: Schwitzer, A. M., & Thomas, C. (1998). Implementation, utilization, and outcomes of a minority freshman peer-mentor program at a predominately White university. Journal of The Freshman Year Experience and Students in Transition, 10(1), 31-50.

 

Abstract

The authors observed the progress of 52 African-American first-year students who volunteered to participate in a first-year peer-mentor program at a predominantly White university. The authors report higher two-year retention rates for the study group compared to nonparticipants.

 

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