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Expectations of Relationships (FES I). Hispanic Female Responses
I expect instructors to care about their students.
I expect to develop close friendships with other
I expect most of the faculty to be superior teachers.
I expect to have frequent contact with faculty
outside of class.
Note. n = number of student participants.
Early Drop Outs
N M SD
46 4.70 0.47
Expectations ofAcademic Progress
One item on the FES Part I was included to measure expectations of satisfaction of
academic progress by the end of the freshman year. By ethnicity, this item produced the highest
aggregate average of expectations, more than involvement or relationship expectations for both
persisters and early drop outs, when the data were examined by ethnicity, all females, or female
Hispanics (see Tables 8, 9, and 10). All three ethnicities had a high average, regardless of
whether they persisted or not, and the standard deviations for all three groups were small
indicating very little variation in responses within the groups for this item.
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