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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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- Spring '08
- #, Financial aid, Institutional Research, At-Risk Student Success