Factors influencing nontraditional students' persistence in online programs for nontraditional students attending a Wisconsin technical college
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The purpose of this study was to determine the factors that play a significant part in online students’ intent to persist at a Wisconsin Technical College. Specifically, this project focused on the relationships between intent to persist and the following variables: GPA, academic advising (concern), academic advising (appointment), education usefulness, student satisfaction, commitment, academic stress, outside encouragement from parents/spouse, outside encouragement from employer, outside encouragement from friends, and financial certainty. Data were collected through an online survey of FLEx ...
Hurtienne, Matthew W.;
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