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Increasing student involvement through residence hall lifestyle assignments and developmental programming


Author(s): Warner, M. J., & Noftsinger, J. B.

Citation: Warner, M. J., & Noftsinger, J. B. (1994). Increasing student involvement through residence hall lifestyle assignments and developmental programming. Journal of The Freshman Year Experience, 6(1), 91-114.

 

Abstract

This study investigated the effects of three lifestyle assignments (in terms of gender) on the involvement of students in residence hall activities. The authors discuss these findings in terms of enhancing the involvement and retention rate of first year students living in residence halls.

 

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