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Student Engagement and Relationships

What are the nonacademic skills, behaviors, and experiences that contribute to college persistence and completion? CCRC studies the nonacademic aspects of the student experience—such as student engagement and relationships with peers and instructors—that are vital to academic success.


Latest Publications

JULY 2017
"I Came in Unsure of Everything": Community College Students' Shifts in Confidence
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APRIL 2011
Toward a New Understanding of Non-Academic Student Support: Four Mechanisms Encouraging Positive Student Outcomes in the Community College (Assessment of Evidence Series)
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JANUARY 2011
Faculty Validation and Persistence Among Nontraditional Community College Students
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JUNE 2010
An Exploration of Tinto's Integration Framework for Community College Students
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DECEMBER 2008
Information Networks and Integration: Institutional Influences on Experiences and Persistence of Beginning Students
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