Factors influencing nontraditional students' persistence in online programs for nontraditional students attending a Wisconsin technical college
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 ...
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Hurtienne, Matthew W.
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Author(s):Kappa Alpha ThetaDate:1917-1954Format:records (documents)The Kappa Alpha Theta Beta Gamma Chapter initiation records from September 7, 1917 to January 26, 1954.
Date Recorded:1969-04-10Format:audio reel tapePart 1: President William Morgan and Vice President of University Affairs, Joseph Angell and members of the BSA and MACE discuss minority recruitment and the list of demands by the Black Student Alliance and Mexican-American ...
Date Recorded:1969-04-09Format:audio reel tapePaul Chambers, Black Student Alliance, and Joe Angell, Vice President of University Affairs discuss, minority recruitment outside of the Administration Building, where a group is assembled.