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Author(s):Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Coorporation and the Educational Policy Institute
Title:Engaging faculty and staff: An imperative for fostering retention, advising, and smart borrowing
Source:http://www.educationalpolicy.org/pub/pubpdf/Eng...
Date:2008
Organization:Educational Policy Institute
Short Description:This publication, Engaging Faculty and Staff: An Imperative for Fostering Retention, Advising, and Smart Borrowing, was written to provide useful insight and strategies for institutions to use in order to increase student retention, persistence, and postsecondary success, and, in turn, to reduce the burdens of student loan defaults for students served by US colleges.
Annotation:This publication, Engaging Faculty and Staff: An Imperative for Fostering Retention, Advising, and Smart Borrowing, was written to provide useful insight and strategies for institutions to use in order to increase student retention, persistence, and postsecondary success, and, in turn, to reduce the burdens of student loan defaults for students served by US colleges.
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Borrowing/Student Debt
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Educational Attainment/College Degree Completion
Engagement
National Perspectives
Persistence/Retention

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