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organizations (r = -.252, p = 0.045) and (2) campus social life providing many opportunities for
participation (r = -.272, p = 0.030). The dependent variable correlated positively with one
independent variable, satisfaction with academic progress at the end of the freshman year (r =
.301, p =0.016). To have a positive impact on the attrition rates of Hispanic females, educators
at Texas institutions of higher education must better understand Hispanic females' college
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