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Welcome!. The students of EGL 102 section 016 would like to present their research project. Let’s start with Defining the Problem. Defining the Problem. The community college transfer student who seeks the bachelor’s degree but fails, negatively affects many: Self Family

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welcome
Welcome!
  • The students of EGL 102 section 016 would like to present their research project.
  • Let’s start with Defining the Problem

Speaker: Roman Margolin

defining the problem
Defining the Problem
  • The community college transfer student

who seeks the bachelor’s degree but fails,

negatively affects many:

      • Self
      • Family
      • Community college
      • Four year college
      • Society
      • World

Speaker: Christian Villar

explaining the goal
Explaining the Goal
  • What would cause the community college transfer student to fail?
  • We brainstormed for these possible factors.
  • We came up with 7 hypotheses and formed 7 research teams.

Speaker: Liz Pyzowski

hypotheses 1 4
Hypotheses 1-4

Lack of Motivation or Commitment may play a significant role in failing to attain the bachelor’s degree

Stress may play a significant role in failing to attain the bachelor’s degree

Race, Culture, Religious, or Gender Differences may play a role in failing to attain the bachelor’s degree

First Generation College Student may play a role in failing to attain the bachelor’s degree

Speaker: Jonathan Luviano

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Hypotheses 5-7

Lack of Tuition Money may play a significant role in failing to attain the bachelor’s degree

Working too many hours may play a significant role in failing to attain the bachelor’s degree

Too much partying may play a significant role in failing to attain the bachelor’s degree

Speaker: Varghese Karuthalackal

literature review lack of motivation or commitment
Literature ReviewLack of Motivation or Commitment
  • Frankie Santos Laanan (2007) “Studying Transfer Students: Dimension of Transfer Students Adjustment”

Speaker: Shawn Chinosornvatana

  • Matthew D. Johnson (2005) “Academic of Transfer Versus ‘Native’ Students in Natural Resources and Sciences.”

Speaker: Christian Villar

  • Linda Serra Hagedron, Athena I. Perrakis and William Maxwell (2002) “The Negative Commandments: Ten Ways the Community College Hinders Student Success.”

Speaker: Liz Pyzowski

literature review stress
Literature ReviewStress
  • Anna Zajacova, Scott M. Lynch, and Thomas J. Espemshade (2005) “Self Efficacy, Stress, and Academic Success in College.”

Speaker: Shabbir Anwer

  • Frankie Santos Laanan (2007) “Studying Transfer Students Part II: Dimensions of Transfer Students’ Adjustment.”

Speaker: Melida Skenderi

  • Rachel Dyson, Kimberly Renk (2006) “Freshmen Adaptation to University Life: Depressive Symptoms , Stress and Coping.”

Speaker: Paul Shapiro

literature review race culture religious or gender differences
Literature ReviewRace, Culture, Religious, or Gender Differences
  • Wynetta Y. Lee (2001) “Toward a More Perfect Union: Reflecting on Trends and Issues for Enhancing the Academic Performance of Minority Transfer Students.”

Speaker: Varghese Karuthalackal

  • Gail F. Buck (2001) “White Privilege: Discrimination and Miscommunication- How it affects/effects underrepresented minority (groups) on College Campus.”

Speaker: Afreen Fatima

literature review first generation college student
Literature ReviewFirst Generation College Student
  • Daniel L. C. DeNeui, (2006) “An Investigation of First Year College Students.”

Speaker: Kamila Adamczyk

  • Paul Marthers (2006) “Reflections of a First-Generation Admission Dean.”

Speaker: Minhaj Latif

  • Kathleen Byrd, Ginger MacDonald (2005) “Defining College Readiness from the inside out: First Generation College Student Perspective.”

Speaker: Huzaifa Khurshid

literature review lack of tuition money
Literature ReviewLack of Tuition Money
  • Serge Herzog (2005) “Measuring determinants of student return vs. dropout/stop-out vs. Transfer: a First-to-Second year analysis of new freshmen.”

Speaker: Jonathan Luviano

  • Bridget Long (2005) “State Financial Aid: Policies to Enhance Articulation and Transfer.”

Speaker: Ornina Saro

  • Lydia Lum (2007) “Community Colleges Are Portals to New Career Paths.”

Speaker: Hamza Bhatti

literature review working too many hours
Literature ReviewWorking too many hours
  • David X. Cheng and Lucia Alcantara (2004) “To Work or Not to Work: The Impact of Work on Student’s College Experiences.”

Speaker: Roman Margolin

  • Tracey King, Ellynne Bannon, and United States Public Interest Research Group (2002) “At What Cost? The Price That Working Students Pay for a College Education.”

Speaker: Sargina Taliya

  • Bradley Graham (2007) “Working Participation and Academic Performance: A Test of Alternative Propositions.”

Speaker: Rukhsana Virani

literature review too much partying
Literature ReviewToo much partying
  • Joseph LaBrie and Eric R. Pedersen (2007) “Partying Before the Party: Examining Pre-partying Behavior Among College students.”

Speaker: Brittany Kolpas

  • Tavis Glassman, Chudely Werch, and Edessa Jobli (2007) “Alcohol-Related Fan Behavior on College Football Game Day”

Speaker: Faris Kabaklic

  • Adam E. Barry (2007) “Using Theory-Based Constructs to Explore the Impact of Greek Membership on Alcohol-Related beliefs and Behaviors: A Systematic Literature Review.”

Speaker: Kristina Guliana

were our hypotheses valid
Lack of Motivation or Commitment: Mixed Results

Stress: Mixed Results

Race, Culture, Religious, or Gender Differences: Yes

First Generation College Student: Mixed Results

Tuition: Yes

Working too many hours: Mixed Results

Too much partying: Yes

Were our hypotheses valid?

Speaker: Minhaj Latif

what are our solutions
Lack of Motivation or Commitment: Time management; Study Skills Class, Keep your Eyes on the Prize! Get your Act Together!

Stress: Manage your time; develop good study habits; Social interaction; exercise or work out.

Race, Culture, Religious, or Gender Differences: Seek competent staff members; join a religious club; start a LGBT group on campus.

First Generation College Student: Work closely with counselors; Make friends with students who know the ropes; study groups

Tuition: govt should provide more financial aid; apply for scholarships; apply for low interest loans. Protest at Govt. rallies

Working too many hours: Learn time management skills, keep priorities straight; try to get a work-study job on campus. Develop good study habits as well.

Too much partying: Don’t pre-party; Have a partner with you who agrees to watch over you and vice versa; have an alternative group of friends to hang out with

What are our solutions?

Speaker: Brittany Kolpas

thank you for coming

Thank you for coming!

Do you have any questions?

Speaker: Shabbir Anwer