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Stuart, G. Rob; Rios-Aguilar, Cecilia; Deil-Amen, Regina – Community College Review, 2014
Community colleges play a key role in educating the large number of non-traditional, low-income, and under-prepared students who have entered higher education in the past several decades. Despite increased access, community colleges are struggling to graduate students. Most, if not all, strategies provided by scholars to improve college completion…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Two Year College Students, Academic Persistence, Employment Opportunities
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Crosta, Peter M. – Community College Review, 2014
This study examines the relationship between community college enrollment patterns and student outcomes--credential completion and transfer to a 4-year institution--introducing a new way of visualizing the various attendance patterns of community college students. Patterns of enrollment intensity (full- or part-time status) and continuity…
Descriptors: Correlation, Community Colleges, Enrollment Trends, Two Year College Students
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Tekniepe, Robert J. – Community College Review, 2014
Community colleges are expected to serve the needs of their local communities. Hence, college presidents are called on to lead this collaboration between the college and the community. Presidents, however, are affected by a multitude of factors that contribute to abridged tenures, a scenario that can have harmful effects on the educational…
Descriptors: College Presidents, Community Colleges, Statistical Analysis, Surveys
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Katz, Daniel Seth; Davison, Karen – Community College Review, 2014
This study explores community college student mental health by comparing the responses of California community college and traditional university students on the American College Health Association-National College Health Assessment II (ACHA-NCHA II). Using MANOVA, we compared community college and traditional university students, examining…
Descriptors: Two Year College Students, College Students, Comparative Analysis, Mental Health
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Denner, Jill; Werner, Linda; O'Connor, Lisa; Glassman, Jill – Community College Review, 2014
Efforts to increase the number of women who pursue and complete advanced degrees in computer and information sciences (CIS) have been limited, in part, by a lack of research on pathways into and out of community college CIS classes. This longitudinal study tests three widely held beliefs about how to increase the number of CIS majors at 4-year…
Descriptors: Two Year College Students, Longitudinal Studies, Majors (Students), Career Choice
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Potts, Kristi S.; Bierlein Palmer, Louann – Community College Review, 2014
As one of the few qualitative studies on this topic, this phenomenological study examined how parolees experience participation in a community college reentry program. One-on-one interviews were conducted with 11 parolee college students. Major themes found that parolees enjoy the college environment and that they have become role models for their…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Phenomenology, Community Colleges, Two Year College Students
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Bers, Trudy; Schuetz, Pam – Community College Review, 2014
Community colleges enroll nearly half of the students enrolled in public undergraduate programs and a disproportionate number of first-generation, low-income, underprepared and minority students. The new national completion agenda has brought both visibility and pressure to these open-access institutions, which have completion rates of less than…
Descriptors: Graduation, Community Colleges, Dropouts, Two Year College Students
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Schnee, Emily – Community College Review, 2014
This longitudinal, qualitative study explores developmental English students' experience of remediation in the context of a first-semester learning community (LC). Conducted at an urban community college in the Northeast, data were collected through semi-structured interviews conducted over a 3-year period with a cohort of 15 students who were…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Two Year College Students, Student Experience, Remedial Instruction
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Martin, Kimberly; Galentino, Richard; Townsend, Lori – Community College Review, 2014
Nationwide, low percentages of community college students graduate. Although community colleges' higher percentages of low income, academically underprepared, non-traditional, and minority students are often cited as the reason for low graduation rates, this study sought to examine common characteristics of community college students who do…
Descriptors: Two Year College Students, Community Colleges, Student Motivation, Student Empowerment
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Neault, Lynn Ceresino; Piland, William E. – Community College Review, 2014
Lower division preparation for the university has been an important mission of community colleges since their inception, creating an essential pathway to baccalaureate degree attainment for many students who may not have access to higher education. The transfer pathway is complex and often difficult for students to navigate. This study examined…
Descriptors: Two Year College Students, College Transfer Students, Decision Making, Public Colleges
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Moss, Brian G.; Kelcey, Ben; Showers, Nancy – Community College Review, 2014
This study investigates how the impact of developmental education is moderated by classroom composition. Drawing on a regression discontinuity design, we used data from 3,429 community college students, nested within 223 classrooms, to explore the extent to which classroom and instructor characteristics moderated the effect of developmental…
Descriptors: Developmental Programs, Classroom Environment, Student Characteristics, Teacher Characteristics
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Nienhusser, H. Kenny – Community College Review, 2014
This article examines the case of how the City University of New York (CUNY)--its central administrative offices and two of its community colleges--has addressed the issue of college access for undocumented immigrants in its implementation of New York's college in-state resident tuition (ISRT) policy for this population. It highlights the role of…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, College Role, Program Implementation, Postsecondary Education
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Skari, Lisa Ann – Community College Review, 2014
Due to the decrease in public funding, community colleges are in a position where they need to generate private gifts. Alumni represent the largest untapped pool of prospective donors, and the success of alumni giving at 4-year institutions illustrates the potential that exists for community colleges. To develop effective fundraising strategies,…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Two Year College Students, Alumni, Donors
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Pretlow, Josh; Wathington, Heather D. – Community College Review, 2014
This study investigated the dual enrollment outcomes associated with a 2005 policy change intended to expand dual enrollment participation in Virginia. Results indicated that overall access to and participation in dual enrollment courses increased following the policy change. However, data showed this increase was not uniform, and minority groups…
Descriptors: Postsecondary Education, Access to Education, Educational Policy, Educational Change
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Levin, John S.; Haberler, Zachary; Walker, Laurencia; Jackson-Boothby, Adam – Community College Review, 2014
This investigation examines and explains the ways in which community college faculty of color construct their understandings of institutional culture. We investigate four community colleges in California through interviews with 31 full-time faculty of color. This faculty group expresses identity conflicts between their professional roles and their…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Organizational Culture, African American Teachers, College Faculty
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