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California Postsecondary Education Commission. (2011). Student Success in Higher Education Is Everybody's Business.
Carini, R. M., Kuh, G. D., & Klein, S. P. (2006). Student engagement and student learning: Testing the linkages. Research In Higher Education, 47(1), 1-32.
The College Board. (2009). How Four-Year Colleges Organize Themselves to Increase Student Persistence: Four-Year Institutions.
The College Board. (2011). How Four-Year Colleges Organize Themselves to Increase Student Persistence: The Emerging National Picture.
Enstrom, C., & Tinto, V. (2008). Access without support Is not opportunity. Change, 40(1), 46-50.
Kuh, G. D., Kinzie, J., & Schuh, J. H. (2005). Never let it rest: Lessons about student success from high-performing colleges and universities. Change, 37(4), 44-51.
Kinzie, J., Gonyea, R., Kuh, G., & Shoup, R. (2008). Promoting persistence and success of underrepresented students: Lessons for teaching and learning. New Directions For Teaching And Learning, (115), 21-38.
Morrow, J., & Ackerman, M. (2012). Intention to persist and retention of first-year students: The importance of motivation and sense of belonging.College Student Journal, 46(3), 483-491.
Pearson, M. (2012). Building bridges: higher degree student retention and counselling support. Journal Of Higher Education Policy & Management, 34(2), 187-199.
Tinto, V. (2012). Enhancing student success: Taking the classroom success seriously. International Journal Of The First Year In Higher Education, 3(1), 1.
Tinto, V. (2000). Looking at the university through different lenses. About Campus, 4(6), 2.
Tinto, V. (1997). Classrooms as communities: Exploring the educational character of student persistence. The Journal Of Higher Education, (6), 599-623.
Whitt, E. J., Kinzie, J., Schuh, J. H., & Kuh, G. D. (2008). Assessing conditions to enhance student success: How six campuses got started. About Campus, 13(3), 9-18.
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