International Journal for Innovation Education and Research | VOL. 4
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Empirical Analysis of a Model for Student Success using a Case Study Approach

Publication Date Jul 31, 2016

Abstract

Historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) play a critical role in the national college completion agenda within the United States of America (U.S.). With high enrolments of minority, first-generation, and economically disadvantaged students, HBCUs serve as essential access points to higher education and the American dream. Given the high needs student population of HBCUs, these institutions can serve as national and international models for improving college completion and demonstrating efficacy in promoting access to higher education among students from diverse backgrounds.

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Historically Black Colleges And Universities College Completion Case Study Approach American Dream Diverse Backgrounds United States Essential Points Model For Success National Agenda Model For Student Success

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