When and why do Naval Postgraduate School Distance Learning students withdraw?
Roberts, Benjamin J.
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It was observed that the 10 year average graduation rate for NPS resident students is approximately 93% and the 10 year average graduation rate for NPS DL students is approximately 80%. The observation of this difference led to the three questions under investigation. First, when do NPS DL students withdraw from their programs, second why do NPS DL students withdraw from their programs, and third, is there a difference in the characteristics of NPS DL students who persist and those who withdraw?
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