Factors that Affect Student-Athlete Retention in Division III Collegiate Athletics
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This study focused on the factors that affect student-athlete retention of Division III collegiate athletics. The areas that were explored: becoming a student-athlete, the reality of becoming a student-athlete, the mental development of 17-18-year olds, and the financial burdens that are bestowed upon colleges and students in higher education. Learning about these aspects in the Division III setting should provide programs with the information needed to make the appropriate changes to help retain student-athletes.
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