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Abstract

Retention has, in the last few years, become a major topic of research and scrutiny. Retention merits close examination, because forecasters project that a 23% decline will occur nationally among traditional students by 1997 (Lonabocker, 1982). Due to this fact, it becomes apparent to administrators, faculty and student personnel professionals that the future of colleges and universities depends, to a large degree, on their ability to minimize the attrition rate.

Year of Submission

1987

Degree Name

Master of Arts in Education

Department

Department of Educational Administration and Counseling

First Advisor

Thomas W. Hansmeier

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Date Original

1989

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1 PDF file (20 leaves)

Language

en

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