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Living on Campus? College Residence and Academic Performance: Who Benefits From

@inproceedings{Turley2013LivingOC,
  title={Living on Campus? College Residence and Academic Performance: Who Benefits From},
  author={R. N. Turley and Geoffrey T. Wodtke},
  year={2013}
}
Although previous research suggests that living on campus promotes a variety of desirable academic outcomes by enhancing students’ involvement and engagement with their institutions, research on academic performance frequently ignores the possibility that different groups of students are differentially affected by their living environments. Furthermore, previous studies tend to rely on students from a few large public research universities rather than a broad range of institutions, which… Expand

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