An authoritative, comprehensive guide to the first year of college, Challenging and Supporting the First Year Student includes the most current information about the policies, strategies, programs, and services designed to help first-year students make a successful transition to college and fulfill their educational and personal goals.
|Series:||Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education S|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.30(w) x 10.30(h) x 1.40(d)|
Table of Contents
Authors and Contributors.
Introduction: The First Year of College Revisited (M. Lee Upcraft, John N. Gardner, Betsy O. Barefoot).
PART ONE: WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT TODAY’S FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS AND INSTITUTIONAL EFFORTS TO HELP THEM SUCCEED.
1 Today’s First-Year Students (Jennifer L. Crissman Ishler).
2 The Keys to First-Year Student Persistence (Jennifer L. Crissman Ishler, M. Lee Upcraft).
3 Current Institutional Practice in the First College Year (Betsy O. Barefoot).
PART TWO: RECRUITING AND CHALLENGING FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS.
4 The Enrollment Management Process (Don Hossler, Douglas K. Anderson).
5 Student Engagement in the First Year of College (George D. Kuh).
6 Expectations and Performance (Karen Maitland Schilling, Karl L. Schilling).
PART THREE: CREATING CAMPUS CULTURES FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENT SUCCESS.
7 Fostering First-Year Success of Underrepresented Minorities (Freeman A. Hrabowski III).
8 The Realities of Diversity and the Campus Climate for First-Year Students (W. Terrell Jones).
9 Building the Foundation for First-Year Student Success in Public, Urban Universities: A Case Study (Diana S. Natalicio, Maggy Smith).
10 Inviting First-Year Student Success: A President’s Perspective (Betty L. Siegel).
11 Advocating for First-Year Students (Jay Chaskes, Ralph G. Anttonen).
12 Collaborative Partnerships Between Academic and Student Affairs (Charles C. Schroeder).
13 Technology and Today’s First-Year Students (Reynol Junco).
PART FOUR: CHALLENGING AND SUPPORTING FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS IN THE CLASSROOM.
14 Inside the First-Year Classroom: Challenges and Constraints (Bette LaSere Erickson, Diane W. Strommer).
15 Faculty Development and the First Year (Scott E. Evenbeck, Barbara Jackson).
16 First-Year Seminars (Mary Stuart Hunter, Carrie W. Linder).
17 Developmental Education (Jeanne L. Higbee).
18 Supplemental Instruction (Deanna C. Martin, Maureen Hurley).
19 Academic Advising (Margaret C. King, Thomas J. Kerr).
20 The Place of the Library Versus the Library as Place (Margit Misangyi Watts).
21 Service-Learning and the First-Year Student (Edward Zlotkowski).
22 Learning Communities (Jodi Levine Laufgraben).
PART FIVE: CHALLENGING AND SUPPORTING FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM.
23 Designing Orientation Programs (Richard H. Mullendore, Leslie A. Banahan).
24 First-Year Student Living Environments (William J. Zeller).
25 Student Support Services (John H. Schuh).
26 The First-Year Experience and Alcohol Use (Philip W. Meilman, Cheryl A. Presley).
PART SIX: ASSESSING THE FIRST COLLEGE YEAR.
27 Assessing the First Year of College (M. Lee Upcraft).
28 A Beginner’s Guide for Assessing the First College Year (M. Lee Upcraft, Jennifer L. Crissman Ishler, Randy L. Swing).
29 Choosing and Using Assessment Instruments (Randy L. Swing, M. Lee Upcraft).
Conclusion: Principles of Good Practice for the First College Year and Summary of Recommendations (John N. Gardner, M. Lee Upcraft, Betsy O. Barefoot).