The value of non-scholarship community college athletics in New Jersey: a student-athlete and administrator perspective
EdD Educational Leadership (Doctor of Education)
Educational Services and Leadership
College of Education
Kerrigan, Monica Reid
Committee Member 1
Committee Member 2
athletics and enrollment, community college athletics, New Jersey athletics, recruiting community college athletes, student development and athletics, value of athletics
Community college athletes; Community college administrators
Community College Leadership | Higher Education
This multiple case study examines two New Jersey non-scholarship community college athletic programs and answers the questions why student-athletes choose to attend the community college and participate in athletics, what factors influence their decisions, and how administrators and student-athlete descriptions of the value and contribution of participation in community college athletics align. The value of attending and competing in a non-scholarship community college athletic program is carefully examined through multiple interviews of student-athletes, athletic administrators, and chief student administrators. Additionally, the student-athlete perspective on what factors influenced them to choose to attend community college and participate at the non-scholarship level is also examined through interviews of student-athletes and a modified version of a student-athlete selection factor survey.
Trump, Anthony Joseph, "The value of non-scholarship community college athletics in New Jersey: a student-athlete and administrator perspective" (2018). Theses and Dissertations. 2500.