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Student Success welcomes full papers and practice reports for consideration:

  • 2019 Open Issue (Volume 10, Issue 1 published February/March 2019) - submissions now closed
  • 2019 STARS Conference Issue by selection via conference peer review (Volume, 10 Issue 2 announced July, 2019, published July 2019)
  • Deadline for 2019 Psychological Wellbeing and Distress in Higher Education Special Issue: July, 2019 (Volume 10, Issue 3 published November/December 2019) Call for submissions

Student Success: A journal exploring the experiences of students in tertiary education

 

Current Issue

Vol 9 No 3 (2018): 2018 STARS Conference Special Issue
Published: 2018-07-25
Editorial
Invited Feature
  • A critical reflection on a research partnership
    1-12
    Nick Zepke, Linda Leach
Articles
  • Interpreting the first-year experience of a non-traditional student: A case study
    13-23
    Judith Kearney, Glenda Stanley, Gina Blackberry
  • The influence of involvement in a widening participation outreach program on student ambassadors’ retention and success
    25-37
    Alison Green
  • The long and winding road: Experiences of students entering university through transition programs
    37-49
    Theresa Millman, Jacinta McNamara
  • Intra-university partnerships improve student success in a first-year success and retention outreach initiative
    51-64
    Sarah Cox, Ryan Naylor
Practice Reports
  • Toolkit for success: The Griffith Health suite of online student support resources. A Practice Report
    65-70
    Rebecca Eaton, Jacob Sharples, Nicholas Buys
  • The use of personal experience as a strategy for critical reading and writing. A Practice Report
    71-77
    Ella Kahu, Hannah Gerrard
  • Students guiding students: Integrating student peer review into a large first year science subject. A Practice Report
    79-86
    Renee Dowse, Jacqueline Melvold, Kristine McGrath
Early Release
  • Study and Life: How first year university students use their time
    Amanda Richardson, Sharron King, Tim Olds, Gaynor Parfitt, Belinda Chiera
Open Access Journal
ISSN 2205-0795