Involving colleges: successful approaches to fostering student learning and development outside the classroom
Involving Colleges details the extracurricular environments of fourteen diverse involving colleges and universities and shows how and where successful conditions and characteristics can be adapted to institutions to complement the institution's unique educational purpose and mission.
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What Is an Involving College?
Institutions with Rich OutofClass Learning
Student Learning and Development
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