Date of Graduation

5-2018

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Arts

Degree Level

Undergraduate

Department

Management

Advisor

Yates, Mike

Second Reader

Soignet, Denise

Abstract

Incoming college freshmen are bombarded with ways to succeed in the classroom immediately as they inter a college campus. With access to many resources to improve academics it can be perceived that academics are the only success needed to succeed in college. To the contrary, other factors including personal financial management and extracurricular activities will have a strong affect on students as they graduate and move into their professional careers. This research explores studies and personal accounts of what skills students will need to succeed after college and connects societal functioning and college success.

Keywords

Student development, Success in college, personal financial management, college finances, finding success, do well in college, succeed after college

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