Students are successful when they achieve their maximum potential and are well prepared to become transformative leaders in their chosen fields of study. Easier conceptualized than accomplished, this success is the result of a complex combination of factors and an outgrowth of quality instruction, opportunities for personal growth, access to resources, and a culture of connection with classmates, faculty, staff, and the institution. Each of these areas is an imperative ingredient for student success. Together, these components interact to provide the pathway for the greatest number of students to be successful.
"A Plan for Facilitating Undergraduate Student Success,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 6
, Article 2.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol6/iss3/2