Van Dusen, Donna
College for Professional Studies
School of Management
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
Retention is a growing concern for the undergraduate adult program at Regis University. Action research, specifically the Pearce and Robinson action research model, was used to fully understand the issue and create solutions. The Spring 2004 new start cohort was analyzed to find reportable data. Feedback was taken from a member of the Student Success Team regarding the spring cohort, and staffs from three departments were interviewed. Collaboration is central to action research and the team that was developed helped interpret the data. This collaboration team then put together three recommendations. The final recommendation suggested for implementation is to make the Student Success Team a centralized resource for student success.
Date of Award
© Levenia Schloegel
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Schloegel, Levenia C., "Student Retention for the School of Professional Studies at Regis University" (2006). All Regis University Theses. 328.