Effective Advising:How Academic Advising Influences Student Learning Outcomes in Different Institutional Contexts

Using survey data from 156 bachelor's-granting institutions, this study explored the relationship between academic advising services and seniors' grades and self-perceived gains. We found advising experiences has a positive relationship with students' grades and self-perceived gains. In addition, our results indicate that the institutional advising climate is positively correlated with perceived gains, but not grades. The results also showed that the relationships between advising and students' learning and development varied across institutions. Implications for policy and practice were discussed.


Publication Date:
Jul 12 2019
Date Submitted:
Jul 12 2019
Pagination:
1283-1307
Citation:
The Review of Higher Education, 42, 4
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