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Why Christian students leave Christian colleges: Evaluating the dynamics of adjustment in a Christian community


Author(s): Boivin, M. J., Beuthin, T. M., & Hauger, G.

Citation: Boivin, M. J., Beuthin, T. M., & Hauger, G. (1993). Why Christian students leave Christian colleges: Evaluating the dynamics of adjustment in a Christian community. Journal of The Freshman Year Experience, 5(1), 93-125.

 

Abstract

The article details two separate retention studies. It was shown that the level of high school academic achievement and the initial commitment to the institution were the best objective indicators of persistence, regardless of the level or depth of Christian commitment. In addition, four major complex reasons for leaving the institution were revealed.

 

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