Differences in Student Characteristics and Perceptions of the College Environment between Junior College Students Classified by Level of Satisfaction with Environment, Educational Classification and Sex

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The present research studied the differences in student characteristics and perceptions of the college environment between junior college students classified in three ways: level of satisfaction with the college environment, educational classification (transfer or terminal student) and sex of student. Secondary problems of the study were the following: 1. To determine the relationship between students' ratings of satisfaction with the college environment and perceived self-college similarity. 2. To determine the relationship between students' potential for dropping out of college and perceived self-college similarity and college-ideal college similarity. 3. To determine the difference in mean scores of satisfaction with the college ... continued below

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McClung, Ray O., 1935- August 1970.

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The present research studied the differences in student characteristics and perceptions of the college environment between junior college students classified in three ways: level of satisfaction with the college environment, educational classification (transfer or terminal student) and sex of student. Secondary problems of the study were the following: 1. To determine the relationship between students' ratings of satisfaction with the college environment and perceived self-college similarity. 2. To determine the relationship between students' potential for dropping out of college and perceived self-college similarity and college-ideal college similarity. 3. To determine the difference in mean scores of satisfaction with the college environment between transfer and terminal students. 4. To construct profiles of male and female transfer and terminal students based on responses to a guidance questionnaire.

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McClung, Ray O., 1935-. Differences in Student Characteristics and Perceptions of the College Environment between Junior College Students Classified by Level of Satisfaction with Environment, Educational Classification and Sex, dissertation, August 1970; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc164444/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .