Murray State University

Poster Title

Satisfaction of Degree-Seeking International Students With University-Provided Services

Institution

Murray State University

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to measure the satisfaction of degree-seeking international students with University-provided services. The University directly provides support to international students to help make their transition easier. The results will be used by Student Affairs to increase international student retention. The findings are the results of a survey of over 70 international students. The study examined the effects of satisfaction with advice and information given by the University, participation in Universitysponsored programs, interaction with American students, availability of transportation, participation in orientation activities, membership in student organizations, and other variables on international student satisfaction. Results will be used to help better serve international students and increased retention will contribute toward the University attaining its enrollment goals.

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Satisfaction of Degree-Seeking International Students With University-Provided Services

The purpose of this research is to measure the satisfaction of degree-seeking international students with University-provided services. The University directly provides support to international students to help make their transition easier. The results will be used by Student Affairs to increase international student retention. The findings are the results of a survey of over 70 international students. The study examined the effects of satisfaction with advice and information given by the University, participation in Universitysponsored programs, interaction with American students, availability of transportation, participation in orientation activities, membership in student organizations, and other variables on international student satisfaction. Results will be used to help better serve international students and increased retention will contribute toward the University attaining its enrollment goals.