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Characteristics Of Successful Community College Students
The purpose of this quantitative study was to find predictors of student success. Using a predictive correlational design, the intent of the study was to find the relationships between the dichotomous dependent variable ...
Personal Connections And Career Reflections: Examining Social Networks And Career Choices Of African American Women Community College Leaders
The purpose of this qualitative multi-case study was to examine the role of social networks in the career decisions and leadership of female African American community college senior leaders. The under-representation of ...
Aspects Of The Student Engagement Of African American Men In Community College
High attrition rates of African American college students' is a continuing concern of higher education administrators. This is particularly true of African American men attending community college. African American men ...
Organizational Sense Of Belonging And Affective Organizational Commitment Among Community College Faculty
The purpose of this study was to investigate the Organizational Sense of Belonging (OSB) and Affective Organizational Commitment (AOC) among adjunct faculty, compared to full-time faculty, at selected Mid-Atlantic community ...
Alabama Community College Residential And Non-Residential Student Persistence Comparison
This quantitative study evaluated persistence utilizing the College Persistence Questionnaire (Davidson, 2009). The study evaluates relationships of students at community colleges in Alabama who live on campus in residential ...