Ever thought success for students meant more than an A?
Each year since 2007, a team of researchers headed by Dr. Laurie Schreiner, Professor of Higher Education at Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, CA, has administered the Thriving Quotient to large samples of college students across the United States in order to collect national information about student thriving.
“Thriving college students not only are academically successful, they also experience a sense of community and a level of psychological well-being that contributes to their persistence to graduation and allows them to gain maximum benefit from being in college.”
The Thriving Quotient
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The Thriving Quotient is an instrument used to measure the academic, social, and psychological aspects of a student’s college experience.
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Investigating Sophomore Student Success
Young, D. G., Schreiner, L. A., & McIntosh, E. J. (2015). Investigating sophomore student success: The National Survey of Sophomore-Year… Read More
New Directions for Student Services
Schreiner, L. A. (2013). Thriving in college. New Directions for Student Services, 143, 41-52. Read More
Thriving and Spirituality
McIntosh, E. J. (2015). Thriving and spirituality: Making meaning of meaning making for students of color. Read More
Who We Are
Laurie Schreiner, Ph.D.
Chair and Professor, Department of Higher Education, Azuza Pacific University
Eric McIntosh, Ph.D
Strategic Partnerships Advisor, Civitas Learning