National Resource Center for The First Year Experience
Building upon its history of excellence as the founder and leader of the first-year experience movement, the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition at the University of South Carolina serves education professionals by supporting and advancing efforts to improve student learning and transitions into and through higher education. The National Resource Center publishes scholarly practice books, research monographs, and guides on a wide range of topics related to student learning, development, and success.
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The National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition at the University of South Carolina serves education professionals
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What’s Next for Student Veterans? David DiRamio
“For me, this is one of the more comprehensive works on military-connected students—a very topical and important cohort in higher education today. What’s Next for Student Veterans? should be mandatory reading for those of us who work with this unique set of adult learners and for those who wish to contribute
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- Paul H. Viau, Jr., Associate University Registrar and Director, Veterans Academic Resource Center, University of Central Florida
Academic Advising and the First College Year Jenny R. Fox, Holly E. Martin
Academic Advising and the First College Year is an invaluable resource for professional advisors, faculty, and administrators working with first year students. Comprehensive in its approach, including theory, practice, and assessment, it serves as a roadmap and resource for advisors and institutions
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- Susan Fread, Director of Academic Advising, Lehigh Carbon Community College