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Contributors To Student Satisfaction With Special Program (Fresh Start) Residence Halls, Yan Li, Erin Mccoy, Mack C. Shelley Ii, Donald F. Whalen Jan 2005

Contributors To Student Satisfaction With Special Program (Fresh Start) Residence Halls, Yan Li, Erin Mccoy, Mack C. Shelley Ii, Donald F. Whalen

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Perceptions of student satisfaction living in special Fresh Start residence halls were collected (N = 1,160, 40% female, 11% minority, 72% freshmen). Satisfaction was influenced by out-of-state residency, satisfaction with two residence staff positions, and Fresh Start policies, as well as house comfort interaction factors and living in a suite or a renovated residence hall.


Predictors Of Residence Hall Involvement, Ana Arboleda, Yongyi Wang, Mack C. Shelley Ii, Donald F. Whalen Jan 2003

Predictors Of Residence Hall Involvement, Ana Arboleda, Yongyi Wang, Mack C. Shelley Ii, Donald F. Whalen

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Residence hall students' (N = 1,186, 52% male, 90% White, 66% freshmen) involvement in their living community is influenced significantly by precollege student characteristics (gender, ethnicity), classification, attitudes (toward hall director, house cabinet, academic comfort, social environment, group study), and environmental variables (noise, time spent in the house, residence assistant interaction, peer academic conversations, employment).


Predictors Of Academic Success For Freshmen Residence Hall Students, J. Lily Zheng, Kevin P. Saunders, Mack C. Shelley Ii, Donald F. Whalen Jan 2002

Predictors Of Academic Success For Freshmen Residence Hall Students, J. Lily Zheng, Kevin P. Saunders, Mack C. Shelley Ii, Donald F. Whalen

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Grade point average for residence hall freshmen (N = 1, 167; 52% male, 90% White, 74% in-state), is related significantly to precollege characteristics (high school rank, gender, ethnicity, parental education, divorced/separated parents, self-perception of abilities, expectation of honors or changing major) and environmental variables (learning community membership, academic college).


A Longitudinal Analysis Of Funding For Student Affairs In Public Institutions, John H. Schuh, Mack C. Shelley Ii Jan 2001

A Longitudinal Analysis Of Funding For Student Affairs In Public Institutions, John H. Schuh, Mack C. Shelley Ii

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This study examines longitudinal funding for 513 public institutions over the time period 1995-1999 using the !PEDS database. A comparison across institutional types is presented, and student affairs funding also is compared with other major campus units.