Remediation and Course Repetition: The Domino Effect on
Academics and Economics
iROC - Investigating Research on Campus
Mount Saint Mary College nursing professors Susan Schulmerich
and Teresa Hurley will present “Remediation and Course Repetition:
The Domino Effect on Academics and Economics” on Thursday, October
15 at 4 pm at Mount Saint Mary College.
Part of the Mount’s Investigating Research on Campus (iROC)
series, the talk will take place in the Kaplan Family Library and
Learning Center on the Mount campus, 330 Powell Avenue,
The lecture is free and open to the public.
In the United States especially, say Schulmerich and Hurley,
studies report the inability of students to meet the rigors of
college, especially in regard to mathematics, reading, writing, and
Having conducted a study with a purpose to discribe the
incidence and monetary costs associated with remediation, course
repetitions, graduation delays, and passage rates on the American
licensing exam, NCLEX-RN, Shulmerich and Hurley will showcase their
methodology, findings, and conclusions.
For more information about this or any of the iROC
presentations, or to volunteer as an iROC speaker, please contact
Dr. Doug Robinson, Assistant Professor of Biology and coordinator
of the iROC program, at 845-569-3648 or firstname.lastname@example.org
or Barbara Petruzzelli, Director of the Library, 845-569-3601, email@example.com.