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ERIC Number: ED072100
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Oct
Pages: 101
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Student Reactions to College: The Development of a Questionnaire through which Junior College Students Describe their College Experiences. Final Report.
Warren, Jonathan R.; Roelfs, Pamela J.
The need for a new type of standardized procedure to learn what educational concerns junior college students have and how effectively they felt they're needs were being met led to the development of a questionnaire to meet the need. This report presents a description of the various phases through which the questionnaire was developed and made ready for publication. The 27 junior colleges who participated in the project are listed together with their characteristics. Students Reactions to College (Response Distributions for 27 Colleges), Spring 1971 are provided in relation to: Characteristics of Student Sample; Students' In-Class Activities; Students' Concerns about Their Overall College Programs and Their Plans for the Future; Students' Experiences in Studying for Courses; Students' Experiences with the College's Regulations and Administrative Procedures; Students' Living Conditions; Students' Interpersonal Experiences on Campus. The final questionnaire is provided. (For related document, see TM 002 342.) (DB)
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Authoring Institution: College Entrance Examination Board, Palo Alto, CA.; Educational Testing Service, Berkeley, CA.