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Author(s):Student Success
Title:Best practice: Indiana University Bloomington groups program
Short Description:The March issue of the online journal Student Success highlights the successful practices of Indiana University's Groups Program.
Annotation:The March issue of the online journal Student Success highlights the successful practices of Indiana University's Groups Program. In over 30 years, the program has served more than 9,000 students from under-represented populations on the Bloomington campus.
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Evidence-based Interventions/Best Practices
First Generation College Students
Low-Income Students

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