College Student Affairs
Master of Science (MS)
Semester of Degree Completion
Catherine L. Polydore
This study was constructed to examine Gateway's students' perceptions of the program's "extra requirements" to their success. Participants were 48 students who were successfully released from the Gateway program in the spring of 2011 and 2012 semesters. The researcher completed a mixed methods approach to receive a more in depth understanding of students' perceptions. Results suggested that students' overall perception of the Gateway program was positive, with students perceiving the program itself as the most significant to their success. Participants also viewed the program's weekly advisor meetings and study table requirements as significant to their success. Many participants cited the program as pivotal to their access to college. Implications for student affairs and future recommendations for the Gateway program are included.
Bell, Ashley Rashaun, "Significance of Gateway Requirements to Student Success: A Mixed Methods Approach" (2014). Masters Theses. 1291.