Academic advising, engagment with faculty, course load, course type, and course completion rates for urban community college students with learning disabilties

Shalamon A. Duke
Unrestricted Published literature suggests that students with learning disabilities have difficulty completing academic programs in higher education (Mull, Stilington, and Alper, 2001). Furthermore, the literature contends that the successful academic integration of these students will increase their rates of persistence in postsecondary education. This study utilizes academic advising as discussed by Crookston, O'Banion, and Lowenstein and retention as discussed by Tinto, Spady, and Bean. Additionally, this study hypothesizes that student success is correlated with a...
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