The Journal of Access, Retention, and Inclusion in Higher Education (JARIHE) supports research in the areas of developmental education, access, retention, inclusion, and student success in higher education. JARIHE contributors provide scholarly research, practical insight, and accounts of best practices to support students from traditionally underrepresented, first generation, and other marginalized communities. Readership includes faculty, program managers, legislators and college/university senior leadership. JARIHE is a peer-reviewed scholarly publication, which utilizes a double-blind peer review process.
Call for Manuscripts for the JARIHE 3rd Year Special Edition 2020
Please note: In recognition of our 3rd volume, the focus of this year’s Journal will be on research, position papers and reports on best practices as it pertains to student success broadly defined. To this end, this applies to all students and not only those programs who work with students in developmental programs. This does not exclude scholarly research, practical insights or best practices focused on developmental education programs. In short, manuscripts focused on developmental and non-developmental programs in two-year and four-year institutions are welcome. Additionally, submissions by graduate students are also welcome. Graduate students who are co-authoring with a faculty member are welcome as well.
As such, we welcome work from scholars and administrators who are familiar with two-year or four-year colleges/universities who have engaged with or research that examines student success from the following perspectives:
- College retention, persistence and graduation rates
- Honors and content specific student success initiatives (STEM, Business, etc.)
- Developmental courses
- Developmental course placement strategies
- Issues of access and inclusion in higher education
- Challenges and triumphs related to URM, first generation and other marginalized communities
- Student success and student athletes
- High-impact practices (study abroad, summer programs, etc.)
- Programmatic developmental education strategies
- Pedagogical strategies in developmental education
- Financial support
- Other topics related to student success
Manuscripts Submission Guidelines:
We welcome manuscripts with a maximum of 4,000 words (excluding tables, figures and works cited). The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), Sixth Edition, should be followed for reference style and all other rules of organization, punctuation, and editorial style. Manuscripts which exceed the maximum word requirement will not be considered.
Submissions will be accepted through April 1, 2020. Response from the editor regarding a decision will be prior to June 30, 2020. If revisions are necessary, a final version must be submitted by July 31, 2020. Publication is scheduled for fall 2020. Submissions accepted at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Direct all questions to John B. Craig, Ed.D. Editor, at email@example.com.
All manuscripts must have an abstract with a maximum of 150 words.
- Abstract with a maximum of 150 words should be included in the first page of your manuscript.
- Blind manuscript including the abstract must be prepared as a Microsoft Word document
- Separate title page including the title of the article, the name(s) and contact information of the author(s), and institutional affiliation(s).
- Optional but strongly encouraged: Cover letter to the editor
- Author(s) of manuscripts accepted for publication will be required to submit a biography with a maximum of 50 words.
- Statement of Acknowledgement that this manuscript has not been submitted, accepted or published previously and is not under review elsewhere.