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Planning for Higher Education Journal

“Roads Scholars” Faculty’s Role in Student Recruitment

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From Volume 29 Number 3 | Spring 2001
By Timothy S. Todd, Judy Crofton
Planning Types: Academic Planning

Institution(s) referenced in this resource:
Murray State University, Montana State University – Bozeman, Morehead State University, Brigham Young University-Provo

Universities, like other organizations, are affected by many interrelated influences and systems. In the early 1980s, because of its below average freshmen-to-sophomore year retention rates for an institution of its type, large developmental enrollment, and poor graduation rates, Louisiana State University and A & M (LSU) did not compare to other major state universities in terms of student success rates. Using a systems theory approach to analyzing the affect of inputs on outputs, this article describes the efforts that were made to transform the quality and completion rates of undergraduate students at LSU by changing the criteria for the admission of new freshmen.

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