More on intrusive advising

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"We know what it takes" to keep a student in school, said Debra Sells, vice president for student affairs at Middle Tennessee State University, which is home to the state's largest undergraduate population. "It takes close advising with an adviser who's fairly intrusive. We don't wait for a student to call us; it means sending e-mails, making calls. It requires us to be much more active."


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