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  • Understanding the Working College Studentby Laura W. Perna

    Stylus Publishing 2010; US$ 25.99

    This book offers the most complete and comprehensive conceptualization of the “working college student” available. It provides a multifaceted picture of the characteristics, experiences, and challenges of working college students and a more complete understanding of the heterogeneity underlying the label “undergraduates who work”... more...

  • The State of College Access and Completionby Laura W. Perna; Anthony Jones

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 42.95

    The State of College Access and Completion draws together the leading researchers nationwide to summarize the state of college access and success for students and provide recommendations for how institutional leaders and policymakers can effectively improve the entire spectrum of college access and completion. more...

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