Making the most of college : students speak their minds / Richard J. Light.

"Why do some students in the United States make the most of college, while others struggle and look back on years of missed opportunities? What choices can students make, and what can teachers and university leaders do to improve more students' experiences and help them make the most of th...

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Main Author: Light, Richard J.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2001.
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Summary:"Why do some students in the United States make the most of college, while others struggle and look back on years of missed opportunities? What choices can students make, and what can teachers and university leaders do to improve more students' experiences and help them make the most of their time and monetary investment? And how is greater diversity on campus--cultural, racial, and religious--affecting education? How can students and faculty benefit from differences and learn from the inevitable moments of misunderstanding and awkwardness?"--Jacket.
Physical Description:242 pages ; 22 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-235) and index.
ISBN:0674004787
9780674004788
067401359X
9780674013599