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CHE > Media and Publications > Che Events Presentations > Lesson Learned: Student Success Does Not Arise by Chance
Prof. Vincent Tinto
August, 2013
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Presentation by Prof. Vincent Tinto at the Regional Symposia on Student Success from 19 - 23 August 2013 in Durban, Pretoria and Stellenbosch.

Lesson: Improvement in rates of student success requires intentional and structured action that is systematic and coordinated in nature involving many people across campus.

Improvement in rates of student success does not arise by chance. It requires intentional, structured, and proactive action that is systematic in nature and coordinated in application. Substantial improvement in rates of student success requires collaboration within and among universities across South Africa. Improving student success takes time. Stay the course!


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