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Success for All: Programs to Support Students Throughout Their College Experience
edited by Melisa N. Choroszy and Theodor M. Meek
University of Nevada Press, 2019
eISBN: 978-1-948908-59-7 | Paper: 978-1-948908-58-0
Library of Congress Classification LB2342.93.N3S83 2020
Dewey Decimal Classification 378.190979355

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
While the most important measure of success for many degree-seeking students is the timely attainment of a Bachelor’s degree, there remains a host of other indicators of student success that vary by student population and students’ personal goals. Many of these smaller successes lead to the ultimate goal of graduation and are significant triumphs throughout the journey through higher education.

Success for All is a strategic guide for administrators and educators that offers methods for advising students through the myriad of challenges they face. Every bit of success contributes to the accomplishment of a larger goal, and this book highlights success at every level. It provides a specific roadmap to the research, services, and programs at the University of Nevada, Reno and Truckee Meadows Community College that support student success in undergraduate and graduate programs regardless of a student’s social, emotional, or prior academic experiences. Contributors discuss how to make students feel welcome in their social and educational environments and how to directly assist them with the timely completion of their degree. Administrators and educators demonstrate how these programs help make a positive contribution to the students and the institutions they serve while implementing practical solutions to increase graduation rates.
 

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