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Capital Maintenance Funding Of Two-Year Colleges In The Tennessee Board Of Regents System And Selected Funding Models, Charles A. Hurley Dec 1993

Capital Maintenance Funding Of Two-Year Colleges In The Tennessee Board Of Regents System And Selected Funding Models, Charles A. Hurley

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to determine the differences between selected state capital maintenance models and the model used in Tennessee. Research questions addressed the differences between the other selected models and the Tennessee model; the quantitative results of the models using data collected from the 14 Tennessee public two-year colleges, and the policy issue differences of the selected models. Research involved gathering information for each specific selected model including common factors used to calculate capital maintenance needs. Comparisons were made of the major components of each model. Actual data from the 14 Tennessee public two-year colleges was incorporated ...


Student, Instructor, And Program Factors Associated With Student Success In An Associate Degree Nursing Program , Mary Furleigh Woerner Jan 1993

Student, Instructor, And Program Factors Associated With Student Success In An Associate Degree Nursing Program , Mary Furleigh Woerner

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

This study's primary purpose was to identify student, instructor, and program factors associated with student success in the Associate Degree Nursing program at North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC). Involving one class, the research utilized quantitative and qualitative components;The quantitative study used two instruments. First, the National League for Nursing (NLN) Comprehensive Nursing Achievement Test was given as a pretest at the beginning of the class's first semester in the program and later, as a posttest, at the end of their sophomore second semester. "Value-added" scores (the difference between pre- and posttest scores) were calculated for each ...


College Bound/Images: How Students Perceive A Precollege Program To Increase The Pool Of Ethnic Minorities Seeking College Admission At Iowa's Regents Institutions , Sandy Hoagland Jr. Jan 1993

College Bound/Images: How Students Perceive A Precollege Program To Increase The Pool Of Ethnic Minorities Seeking College Admission At Iowa's Regents Institutions , Sandy Hoagland Jr.

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to examine how students who are academically marginal or academically at-risk perceive College Bound/Images as a precollege program to increase the pool of ethnic minorities seeking college admission at Iowa's Regents institutions. The study identifies factors associated with students' perceptions of College Bound/Images as a precollege program to increase the pool of ethnic minorities seeking college admission upon high school completion in Iowa. The research was guided by 17 questions;The second phase of the study involved a mailed questionnaire to 450 ethnic minority students currently enrolled in the College Bound ...


Effectiveness Of Developmental Courses And The Voluntary Placement System At An Iowa Community College , Karen Perry Pierson Jan 1993

Effectiveness Of Developmental Courses And The Voluntary Placement System At An Iowa Community College , Karen Perry Pierson

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purpose was to evaluate developmental course effectiveness by comparing three groups of students in terms of the following: cumulative grade point average; total credits earned; goal attainment for certificate, degree, and transfer; certificate earned; and degree earned. The three groups were: (1) Exempt Group: exempt from developmental skills courses in reading, writing, numerical skills, and elementary algebra, (2) Completer Group: completed all four developmental skills courses (may have been exempt from some), and (3) Did Not Complete Group: assessed as needing at least one developmental skills course and did not complete at least one. The effectiveness of the voluntary ...


Community College Community Services/Continuing Education Directors: Competencies Needed For Future Leadership , Dale Alan Amunson Jan 1993

Community College Community Services/Continuing Education Directors: Competencies Needed For Future Leadership , Dale Alan Amunson

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to identify and define competencies for community college community services/continuing education directors;A review of literature on community college community services/continuing education, community services leadership, community college presidential competencies, and business management/leadership was conducted. The review of literature yielded little literature on community services/continuing education research and writings. Literature on community college presidential competencies and business management/leadership was more prevalent which provided competencies appropriate for community service/continuing education directors. A doctoral dissertation conducted in 1989 provided a set of 43 identified competencies for community college presidents. The competencies ...


Identification Of The At-Risk Mathematics Student Within The Community College Environment, Gerry Lee Cox Jan 1993

Identification Of The At-Risk Mathematics Student Within The Community College Environment, Gerry Lee Cox

Dissertations

Problem. This study sought to develop a tool to identify the nonsuccessful, at-risk community-college student for correct placement, monitoring, and retention. A comparison in academic achievement of at-risk, remediated students with nonremedial students in a first college-level mathematics class (Intermediate Algebra 101) was also studied.

Method. The ex post facto study sought to determine to what extent the successful and nonsuccessful at-risk mathematics students (n = 358) differ on ASSET test scores, criterion referenced pretest scores, mathematics attitude scores, attendance profile, race, gender, and demographic variables. Statistical analyses using descriptive procedures, ANOVA, MANOVA, Chi-square, and discriminant analysis were used with an ...