Show simple item record Gonyea, R. M. Graham, P. Fernandez, S. 2019-09-18T20:23:26Z 2019-09-18T20:23:26Z 2015-06-30
dc.description Presented at the 2015 ACUHO-I Conference in Orlando, FL.
dc.description.abstract On-campus living has traditionally been recognized as beneficial to the undergraduate student experience. However, as higher education and subsequently residence life evolve to meet the needs of a new generation of students, it is important to reassess the impact of on-campus living on student learning and development, seeking an understanding of successes and areas of underperformance. Using data from the 2013 and 2014 administrations of the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), including over 300,000 first-year and senior students from 973 institutions, this session compares students who live on campus with their counterparts in other housing arrangements. We share initial findings related to NSSE's ten Engagement Indicators and other key engagement measures as we explore new research questions and focus areas for a report co-published with ACUHO-I in support of their research agenda in the fall of 2015.
dc.publisher ACUHO-I Conference
dc.subject residence life
dc.subject dorm
dc.subject on-campus housing
dc.title The relationship of on-campus living with student engagement
dc.type Presentation

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