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Title: Student Involvement and Satisfaction
Authors: Matross, Ronald
Keywords: Office of Undergraduate Education
Undergraduate Education
Student involvement
Issue Date: 23-Feb-2009
Publisher: University of Minnesota, Office of Undergraduate Education
Series/Report no.: 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.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/48019
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