NASPA
2021 NASPA Virtual Conference

In the Interest of Justice: The integration of Guided Pathways in the First Year Experience to increase Student Equity and Retention

PC 17

Tinto (1990) asserts that the student's first year or rather their first thirty credits earned often defines whether that student persists. Learned factors and environmental issues play a role but if negative issues that serve as barriers are known and collaborative efforts are employed a once believed at-risk student has potential for on-time, academically successful completion. Participants will follow Justice during the first year, reviewing predictive data and research, within the FYE structure that is designed to lead Justice to success.

Additional registration required
When

Wednesday, March 17
2:30 pm to 4:45 pm

Presented by

Lisa Copprue, Cedar Valley College
Jarlene DeCay, Dean, Student Success, Cedar Valley College
Robin Washington-Whie, Interim Dean of Student Success, Cedar Valley College
Grenna Rollings, Dean, Student Support Services, Cedar Valley COllege