Academic Achievement and Demographics of International Undergraduates

@inproceedings{Dorado2016AcademicAA,
  title={Academic Achievement and Demographics of International Undergraduates},
  author={Dulce Amor L. Dorado and Barry Fass-Holmes},
  year={2016}
}
Are international undergraduates whose native language is not English less prepared to succeed academically at an American four-year institution after transferring from an American community college than ones who are first-time freshmen (NFRS) or exchange visitors (EAPR)? This question’s answer was no at an American West Coast public university where five cohorts of international transfer undergraduates (TRAN) earned mean first-year grade point averages (GPA) between Band B. Less than 12% of… Expand
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