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Establishing positive social relationships is important for students’ success and\ud retention in higher education (HE). This can be especially challenging during the transition into\ud HE since students often move to a larger educational setting and need to build relationships\ud with new peers and staff. Research is needed to better understand social connections during\ud this critical time, including the role of demographics, curricular and extracurricular\ud participation, and how peer and staff connections predict academic achievement. Surveys of\ud 290 first-year students at a large US public university assessed with whom students were\ud interacting, how often, for what reasons, and with what modes of communication. Results\ud include a detailed description of students’ interpersonal connections at the transition into HE,\ud differences by demographics, curricular, and extracurricular participation, and the\ud associations between students’ patterns of relationships and their academic achievement.
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