To research, students who have positive thinking of teaching seem to show intention to continue university. For other affects of students attrition are having no thought seriously of enrolment because of there is not pre-test on assessment studies for academic life that many programs operate without pre-test. Finances and resources can also be the factors to define students' attrition due to students who commit to their studies rely on individual benefit by spending the higher education provided tuition at the start of their first year intent not to be more strongly to stay. Like, those students rely much on family as their main income source at university is deliberate to stay on at university. And sense of purpose can be students' commitment to study, and it is the importance in separating potential and dropouts or persistence. Students who feel that being registered at university is just finding time which they make their mind to future plans and seem to understand dropping out than those who are explicit about causes of enrolment and intentional-enforced at university. Taking less time on campus and in class, and more time in getting paid job intend to be in line with critical thinking about dropping out study. Students who got a location in course of their first preference and who seek themselves learning in a part that persuade them are intentionally-purposed to continue.