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Who’s at Risk? Exploring Characteristics of Academic Probation Students
ACPA (2014)
  • Larry D Long, Michigan State University
  • Tonisha B Lane, Michigan State University
Contemporary college students possess a wider range of academic skills and abilities than ever before. In order to influence student persistence, retention, and academic success, student affairs professionals need to have a greater awareness of the characteristics of academic probation students. This session will inform participants about how one institution used quantitative and qualitative data to better understand their academic probation population, what the institution learned from this data, and how it can be used to shape institutional policies and practices.
  • Student Success,
  • Higher Education,
  • Partnerships,
  • Academic Support
Publication Date
March 31, 2014
Citation Information
Larry D Long and Tonisha B Lane. "Who’s at Risk? Exploring Characteristics of Academic Probation Students" ACPA (2014)
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