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organizations such as intramural sports, honor societies, learning communities, and interacting
with faculty and staff outside of the classroom (Astin, 1999).
Relationships. Becoming a valued member of the community through frequency and
quality contact with students and faculty (Tinto, 1993).
Retention. Persistence in higher education through obtaining a bachelor's degree.
First generation. A person whose parent or parents did not complete a four-year college
degree (USDE, 2008).
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