Achieving Student Success: Effective Student Services in Canadian Higher Education

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, Jan 11, 2010 - Education
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Hardy Cox and Strange begin with an overview of student services dealing with the matriculation of post-secondary students - through enrolment management, financial assistance, and orientation to the institution and accommodation - and then discuss housing and residence life, student leadership programs, systems of judicial and academic integrity, and student support and adjustment through counselling, health and wellness initiatives, career and employment advice, and a variety of services that can respond to a variety of needs.
 

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Contents

HISTORICAL PHILOSOPHICAL AND THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF STUDENT SERVICES
3
FORMS FUNCTIONS AND PRACTICES STRUCTURING SERVICES FOR STUDENT SUCCESS
31
INSTITUTIONAL MISSION AND CONTEXT
193
ACHIEVING STUDENT SUCCESS CONCLUSION
235
References
247
Contributors
285
Index
289
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Donna Hardy Cox is an associate professor of social work at Memorial University.

C. Carney Strange is professor of higher education and student affairs at Bowling Green State University and co-author of Educating by Design: Creating Campus Learning Environments That Work.

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