A survey was made of certain student personnel practices in twenty Iowa colleges by submitting a questionnaire and obtaining follow-up data one year later. While most colleges provide student counseling service, specific measures and procedures vary widely. There is no uniformity in regard to the testing program or the means for assisting students with "How to Study" problems. Generally speaking, any professional counseling effort is supplemented by adviser service rendered by regular faculty members.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Henry, Lyle K. and Ortner, Donald R.
"Student Counseling Program in Twenty Iowa Colleges,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 68(1), 558-561.
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