ERIC Number: ED051794
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
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A Comparison of Perception of the Community College Environment by High School Counselors, Community College Counselors, and Community College Students.
Guilliams, Donald L.
Community colleges must recognize the differences in the perceptions of the college environment by high school counselors, community college counselors, and community college students when planning high school visits and disseminating information. The instrument used to test the extent of the differences was the College and University Environment Scale. Subjects (counselors from all but one high school in the area, all college counselors involved in high school visits, and 55 community college students) were from a small metropolitan area in southern Michigan. While a wide discrepancy was found between high school and community college counselors, no significant differences were found between the perceptions of college students and college counselors. (CA)
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Identifiers: College and University Environmental Scales; Michigan
Note: Paper prepared in conjunction with the EPDA Institute for Advanced Study in Student Personnel Work, University of Missouri-Columbia, Sept. 8, 1970 through May 31, 1971