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Student Involvement and Satisfaction
Matross, Ronald (University of Minnesota, Office of Undergraduate Education, 2009)
 

Title 
Student Involvement and Satisfaction

Author(s)

Issue Date
2009-02-23

Publisher
University of Minnesota, Office of Undergraduate Education

Type
Report

Appears in Collection(s)

Series/Report Number
Occasional Papers on Undergraduate Education
volume 1, number 1

Series/Report Number
Occasional Papers on Undergraduate Education
volume 1, number 1

Description
Examines the relationship between involvement in college activities and satisfaction with the University in the 2007 Senior Exit Survey. Key findings include: Compared to less involved students, those who were more involved were more satisfied with their University experiences, experienced a greater sense of community at the U and were more likely to recommend the U to other students like them; Self-reported involvement was up from 1999, but 29% of seniors still reported that they had been "not at all" involved in campus activities; Colleges differed widely in the degree to which their students were involved.

Suggested Citation
Matross, Ronald. (2009). Student Involvement and Satisfaction. University of Minnesota, Office of Undergraduate Education. Retrieved from the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy, http://purl.umn.edu/48019.


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