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 2018 Special Issue:  Student Engagement and Retention in Higher Education is now available

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 4 (2018): Special Issue: Student Engagement and Retention in Higher Education
Published: 2018-12-05
Editorial
  • 2018 Special Issue: Student Engagement and Retention in Higher Education
    Ella Kahu, Jason Lodge
Articles
  • First semester academic performance: The importance of early indicators of non-engagement
    1-12
    Jacques van der Meer, Stephen Scott, Keryn Pratt
  • Community gets you through: Success factors contributing to the retention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students
    13-23
    Katelyn Barney
  • Exploring factors affecting first-year students’ learning experiences: A case study of a private university in Taiwan
    25-39
    Supaporn Chalapati, Rosanna Leung, Nakarin Chalapati
  • Exploring the first-year experience in a diverse population: Using participatory action research to explore strategies to support student transition into fast-track undergraduate degree programs
    41-51
    Greg Rickard, Marguerite Bramble, Hazel Maxwell, Rochelle Einboden, Sally Farrington, Richard Say, Chin-Liang Beha, Grace Stankiewicz, Craig Campbell, Caroline Yeh
  • Exploring online interaction and online learner participation in an online science subject through the lens of the interaction equivalence theorem
    53-62
    Johanna Nieuwoudt