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First Day® Complete: Driving Positive Student Outcomes (Infographic)

July 13, 2022

2022 Student Success Survey

In May 2022, through its proprietary research segment, Barnes & Noble College Insights, Barnes & Noble College conducted an online survey for all students who participated in the First Day Complete program during the Spring 2022 semester.  Based on 2,440 responses across 76 campuses , representing students from community colleges, four-year public and four-year private institutions, students provided strong positive feedback about the impact First Day Complete has on their academic success

The results of the survey underscore the significant positive impact First Day Complete is having on student outcomes, enhancing access, convenience and affordability, which is driving the continued adoption of the program on campuses nationwide, from small private colleges to large public universities and multi-campus community college systems.

First Day Complete's 2022 Student Success Survey report

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