The purpose of this sequential explanatory mixed methods study was to describe and explore undergraduate student satisfaction with student life programming at a small, specialized college in the Northeast. Phase I of the study employed a quantitative instrument to determine the satisfaction and extent of involvement with programming (N = 240); Phase II employed focus groups (N = 4) to further probe and clarify findings from Phase I and to develop a holistic profile of student perspectives on programs designed to supplement their collegiate educational experience.
Billups, F.D. (2011, October). College student perceptions of student life programs. Paper presented at the Northeast Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Rocky Hill, CT.
Billups,, Felice D. Ed.D., "College Student Perceptions of Student Life Programs" (2011). Higher Education. Paper 12.