Administrator Perceptions of Student Retention Factors at ABHE-Affiliated Colleges with Significant Black Student Enrollment

This study sought to identify factors perceived by college administrators as most important to student retention at colleges and universities having a significant Black student population. Furthermore, it sought to determine the existence of systematic differences between the factors considered most important by administrators at schools with high retention rates and those with low rates, using a sample of institutions affiliated with the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE).
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