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Predicting Nontraditional Student Retention and Academic Achievement

Jeffreys, Marianne R. EdD, RN

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Early identification of factors that restrict or support academic achievement and retention is a priority concern for nurse educators. Guided by the Bean and Metzner model of nontraditional undergraduate student attrition, the author examines the influence of self-efficacy and select academic and environmental variables on academic achievement and retention among nontraditional nursing students.

Marianne R. Jeffreys, EdD, RN, Associate Professor, Department of Nursing, e-mail: jeffreys@postbox.cuny.csi.edu, The City University of New York, College of Staten Island.

Supported in part by grants from The City University of New York, University Affirmative Action Office, Faculty Advancement Program and The City University of New York College of Staten Island, Division of Science and Technology.

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