Early Predictors of Early Freshman Year Attrition in Female Hispanic Students Page: 53
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Early Experiences of Relationships (FES II): Females
I have developed close friendships with
Instructors here care about their students
I have frequent contact with faculty
I have found most of the faculty to be
Note. n = number of student participants.
Early Drop Outs
Early Experiences of Relationships (FES II): Female Ethnicities
Note. n = number of unique responses.
Early Drop Outs
Just as was reported for all females, Hispanic females reported the highest satisfaction
with developing close friendships with other students (see Table 19). Hispanic females, along
with the aggregate of all females, had the lowest level of agreement with finding faculty to be
superior teachers. An interesting result lay with the early drop outs and their strong satisfaction
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