Self-support has become a major interest on today's campus, and there are many conflicting opinions regarding its advantages and disadvantages. Regardless of whether it has more advantages than disadvantages or vice versa, self-support is a living problem and must be faced. Hence we must be concerned with its relationships to the many aspects of the life of the student. The disagreements are chiefly concerned with the health, extra-curricular-activity participation, social life, happiness, schedule load, and scholastic standing of the students engaged in self-support. We shall confine our discussion to the relationship of self-support and the academic grades of college students.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Collins, Dwane R.
"Techniques in Studying the Effect of Self-Support Upon the Grades of College Students,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 45(1), 247-249.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/pias/vol45/iss1/65