The Positive and Negative Effects of First-Year Learning Communities

Even successful student programs have drawbacks. The sense of community students get in a residential freshman interest group, for example, can help them adjust to college life, but it can also create cliques and peer pressure, says David Jaffee, assistant vice president of undergraduate studies in the office of academic affairs at the University of North Florida.

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