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  Volume 44, Number 3, May/June 2003

Table of Contents

From: Journal of College Student Development

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The Effect of Personality and Precollege Characteristics on First-Year Activities and Academic Performance

pp. 277-290

Student Burnout as a Function of Personality, Social Support, and Workload

pp. 291-303

African American Student Organizations As Agents of Social Integration

pp. 304-319

Diversity Experiences and College Student Learning and Personal Development

pp. 320-334

Different by Design: An Examination of Student Outcomes Among Participants in Three Types of Living-Learning Programs

pp. 335-368

Membership in a Fraternity or Sorority, Student Engagement, and Educational Outcomes at AAU Public Research Universities

pp. 369-382

Understanding the Identities of Mixed-Race College Students Through a Developmental Ecology Lens

pp. 383-403

College Students and Learning Disability: Elements of Self-Style

pp. 404-419

Research in Brief
John H. Schuh, Associate Editor

Experiences and Outcomes of First-Generation Students in Community Colleges

pp. 420-429

The Effect of Learning and Motivation Strategies Training on College Studentsi Achievement

pp. 430-437

Book Reviews
John H. Schuh, Associate Editor

How Minority Students Experience College: Implications for Planning and Policy (review)

pp. 438-442

Addressing Contemporary Campus Safety Issues: New Directions in Student Services No. 99 (review)

pp. 442-443

Using Simulations to Promote Learning in Higher Education: An Introduction (review)

pp. 443-445

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