Community College Review

Research and issues magazine.

Articles from Vol. 32, No. 4, Spring

Faculty and Administrative Support for Strategic Planning: A Comparison of Two- and Four-Year Institutions
This article examines faculty and administrator support for strategic planning activities at two-year and four-year colleges and universities. Drawing data from public institutions in Kentucky, a state that has pursued fundamental change in its higher...
Faculty-Based Advising: An Important Factor in Community College Retention
Community college students are an at-risk group because of their lack of preparation and lack of a firm connection to the institution. Using the literature on student retention that equates a caring and concerned faculty with student satisfaction,...
Mentoring Community College Faculty and Staff: Balancing Contradictions of Informal Program Components and Formal Program Structure
While research indicates that community colleges believe mentoring is valuable, there is recent evidence that the career benefits from community college mentoring programs may be less than desired for participants and lower than in other sectors. Based...
UCLA Community College Review: Campus Environment: A Missing Link in Studies of Community College Attrition
This paper explores the overlooked influence of campus environment in community college attrition. It discusses the campus ecology perspective, which raises awareness that the myriad of mutually interdependent relationships among community college...
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