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First Year Report:

@inproceedings{Coble1994FirstYR,
  title={First Year Report:},
  author={Aaron Richard Coble},
  year={1994}
}
  • Aaron Richard Coble
  • Published 1994
  • At the close of Spring Semester, 480 students were notified that they had been academically suspended. Included with the suspension letter was a flyer inviting participation in the newly developed summer program. Following is the response: • 30 mountain campus students chose to seek immediate reinstatement. This constitutes 6.3% of the total suspended student population. • 5 mountain campus students who were reinstated did not register for summer courses and essentially dropped out of the… CONTINUE READING

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