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ERIC Number: ED049484
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Jan
Pages: 143
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An Environmental Assessment of Wilbur Wright College by Students in Differing Curricula Programs.
Dolan, R. Edmund
The central purpose of this study was to discover how students enrolled in different curricula programs (Vocational-Technical, College Transfer and General Studies) assessed (1) the quality of instruction; (2) the value of various student services; and (3) specific college practices, policies, and facilities. Another purpose was to determine if various success rate measures were related to the students assessment of the college. It was hypothesized that there would be no significant differences between the various groups in their perception of instruction; student services; and college practices, policies, and facilities; and that there would be no significant relationship between student success and their perception of these factors. One hundred students in each program completed the Institutional Self Study Survey and their responses were analyzed to determine significant differences. The only significant difference between the groups was in their evaluation of selected student services; in all other cases the null hypotheses were supported. Recommendations to the Wright College community, based upon the results of the study, are presented. (RSM/Author)
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Authoring Institution: Loyola Univ., Chicago, IL.