Document Type

Conference Proceeding


Paper presented at the 42nd annual meeting of the Northeastern Educational Research Association, October 19-21, 2011, Rocky Hill, CT.


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.

Citation/Publisher Attribution

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.



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