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The purpose of this qualitative, case study is to explore the challenges, responses and best practices of academic units in the retention of undergraduate, international students moving from their first to second year at the University of Dayton. The Deans’ offices were surveyed (n = 4) and interviewed (n = 4) electronically, revealing that there are not current retention initiatives for this student population within the academic units. The findings will be shared with the units as well as other support services across campus who may be able to take action to increase persistence of undergraduate, international students past their first year.

Publication Date

4-18-2018

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Graduate Research

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Savio Dennis Franco

Primary Advisor's Department

Counselor Education

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Presenter: Emily Mitolo Grasso

Exploring Undergraduate, International Student Retention at the University of Dayton

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