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ERIC Number: ED259792
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1985
Pages: 238
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Current Student Survey Report. Part 1: Student Evaluation of Montgomery College; Part 2: Educational Goals and Reasons for Attending Montgomery College; Part 3: Student Preferences on Class Scheduling; Part 4: Communicating with Students about Montgomery College; [and] Part 5: Demographics of Students Attending Montgomery College.
Campbell, William E.; Smith, Marilynn P.
This five-volume study report presents the methods and findings of a fall 1983 survey of current students at Montgomery College (MC). Part 1 focuses on students' evaluation of college activities, services, and facilities; perceptions regarding the difficulty of their course work and the accuracy of final grades; assessment of the college catalog and class schedule; and rating of college goals. Part 2 looks at the educational goals of MC students and their reasons for choosing and attending the college. In part 3, student responses concerning most and least convenient times for classes, preferred schedules, and interest in telecourses are analyzed by campus, by full-/part-time status, by racial/ethnic status, by credits transferred, by residence, and by sex. Part 4 provides the following information concerning MC students: knowledge about MC, television channels and radio stations watched/listened to by respondents, time of television viewing/radio listening, perceptions regarding the need for student photo identification cards, and information needs. Finally, part 5 provides information on student demographics, focusing on education completed, employment status, type of work, household income, sources of money for college, time at current address, and commuting patterns. The questionnaire is included. (LAL)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Tests/Questionnaires
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Montgomery Coll., Rockville, MD. Office of Institutional Research.