Document Type

Article

Language

eng

Format of Original

5 p.

Publication Date

2000

Publisher

Michigan Counseling Association

Source Publication

Michigan Journal of Counseling and Develoment

Source ISSN

1044-2634

Abstract

This study examined a model of student withdrawal that integrated the major elements of Tinto's (1975) Student Integration Model and Bean's (1982, 1983) Industrial Model of Student Attrition. In a sample of 315 college freshman, the results of a path analysis indicated that both social and academic integration were related to satisfaction but only academic integration was related to commitment. Neither social nor academic integration had significant direct effects on intention to withdraw. Further, of the two attitudinal variables, satisfaction was related to intention to withdraw, however, commitment was not. These findings support the integrated model of student withdrawal.

Comments

Published version. Michigan Journal of Counseling and Development, Vol. 27, No. 2 (2000): 3-6, 30. Publisher Link. © Michigan Counseling Association 2000.

Included in

Business Commons

Share

COinS