How 11 community colleges boosted minority male success and retention

Wednesday, March 01, 2023
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Results from a project targeting academic progression and completion of minority male students in North Carolina community colleges show that overall retention rates for those students increased by more than 22 percent when actively engaged with a success coach. Findings from the Minority Male Success Initiative (MMSI), a three-year project designed to increase the progression and completion rate of minority male students, were announced by Watermark, a provider of solutions for higher education institutions. 

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