Academic advising for student success: a system of shared responsibility

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School of Education and Human Development, George Washington University, Apr 14, 1991 - Business & Economics - 104 pages
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Covers the background and current situation in academic advising; examines the effects and use of personal contact, involvement, and persistence; and looks at the student/advisor relationship. Discusses the knowledge on advising a variety of student types in various situations, and offers strategies for future program success.

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SUSAN H. FROST is vice provost for institutional planning and research and adjunct associate professor of educational studies at Emory University.

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