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Personal Factors Reasons for At-Risk Student Success at CCP Characteristics such as confidence, determination, discipline, diligence and perseverance Clear cut educational and career goals Belief that education is the key to success Desire to succeed Institutional Factors Reasons for At-Risk Student Success at CCP Encouragement from faculty and other students Respectful treatment by faculty and staff Minimal course cancellations Availability of important courses at convenient times and locations Effective course advisement External Factors Reasons for At-Risk Student Success at CCP No financial concerns
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Unformatted text preview: • Encouragement from family and friends • Desire to improve socio-economic status of self and family • Employers’ demands for an educated work force • Availability of financial aid, grants, and loans Non-Institutional Barriers Personal and College-Related Factors That Contribute to Student Attrition • Employment responsibilities • Family responsibilities • Financial concerns • Illness • Personal problems • Commuting constraints from Institutional Research In-Briefs # 88 and #93 1 from Student Attrition at CCP , IR Report 120, June 2001 2...
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