Event Title

P-16 Academic Performance of Andrews University Black Undergraduate Students

Presenter Information

Joiliana Lecointe

Start Date

2-28-2020 2:30 PM

Description

What is the relationship between supplementary educational tools and the success of undergraduate minority students of Black descent at Andrews University? Andrews University provides a greater quality of education than public colleges and universities (Scholarships.com). Still, our Black students yield lower graduation rates (The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2013). This study’s participants will be Black undergraduate students at Andrews University. The current study seeks to determine what factors are correlated with greater performance of Black students at Andrews University. Once identified, those elements can ultimately be implemented across the campus to improve the academic success of Black students.

Acknowledgments

J.N. Andrews Honors Scholar

Mentor: Herbert W. Helm Jr., Behavioral Sciences

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Feb 28th, 2:30 PM

P-16 Academic Performance of Andrews University Black Undergraduate Students

What is the relationship between supplementary educational tools and the success of undergraduate minority students of Black descent at Andrews University? Andrews University provides a greater quality of education than public colleges and universities (Scholarships.com). Still, our Black students yield lower graduation rates (The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2013). This study’s participants will be Black undergraduate students at Andrews University. The current study seeks to determine what factors are correlated with greater performance of Black students at Andrews University. Once identified, those elements can ultimately be implemented across the campus to improve the academic success of Black students.