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participation." The early drop outs also had a high standard deviation, meaning there was
variation within the early drops outs' responses.
Early Experiences of Involvement. (FES II). Females
Early Drop Outs
Item N M SD N M SD
The campus social life provides many 233 3.79 1.00 25 3.24 1.36
...233 3.79 1.00 25 3.24 1.36
opportunities for participation for me
I am involved in campus activities through 233 3.61 1.11 25 2.84 1.52
attendance or participation
I have joined one or more campus 233 3.54 1.36 25 2.84 1.68
.233 3.54 1.36 25 2.84 1.68
organizations or clubs
Aggregate Average 3.64 1.17 2.97 1.52
Note. n = number of student participants.
When examining the Hispanic female population, the persisters had the same aggregate
average for all female responders (3.64). Early drop outs had a much higher aggregate average
for Hispanic females than the all female average, but it is important to note that the small number
of Hispanic early drop outs (see Table 16) was made up of only five Hispanic females and this
relatively small number might have been a factor in the difference (1.03) between Hispanic
female persisters and early drop outs.
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