Academic performance of students is a major concern for colleges, especially with the recent COVID-19 pandemic. Research has shown that active involvement, the development of self-regulation skills, and improved mental health all have a considerable impact on college students’ academic success. Colleges like Bowling Green State University need to consider how they can use these factors and leverage resources to improve student performance. In this project, a solution is proposed in the form of a college/personal planner which is directly based off research on early academic success. While further, more specific research is needed to fully understand the issue and how it is affecting BGSU in particular, the implementation of the proposed planner is a viable start towards improving the college learning environment.
Business Analytics and Intelligence
First Advisor Department
Dr. Earl McKinney
Second Advisor Department
Accounting and Management Information Systems
Grunden, Hannah, "Improving Academic Success: Creating a College Planning Resource for Students" (2021). Honors Projects. 644.
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