New data show that many incoming college freshmen lack confidence in their math and science skills, and the majority would also like help improving their study skills.
Jo Hillman explains how data on non-cognitive attitudes can play a critical role in college completion rates and overall student success.
Fred Longenecker examines new data from the Freshman Attitudes and Needs at Mid-Year report, which identify gaps in the types of assistance freshmen students want from those they receive by the end of their first semester.
Fred Longenecker analyzes the current financial situations of incoming college freshmen by looking at the latest Noel-Levitz research data.
Data from the 2012 Freshman Attitudes Report shows differences in academic confidence among students from different races/ethnicities.
Data from a national survey sample of 90,000 freshmen illustrate students’ self-reported needs and receptivity to various types of academic assistance such as tutoring.
Data from our 2011 National Freshman Attitudes Report shows 11 to 17 percent of entering first-year college students wish they were doing something else besides going to college.
New data from the 2011 Noel-Levitz Freshman Attitudes Report indicates that first-generation students are most-likely to feel the effects of financial insecurity.