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  • "Student Residential Satisfaction in an On-Campus Housing Facility" by Joel C. Navarez, De La Salle University-Manila.

    This paper examines students' satisfaction with on-campus housing in terms of six dimensions of living environments, including physical and social/financial/management attributes.
  • "Residence Hall Satisfaction and Its Importance" by Kathryn K. McMahon and Kellie R. Burris:

    This paper explores the importance of residence hall satisfaction in the context of student success and retention in higher education. The study highlights the role that on-campus housing plays in students' overall satisfaction and academic achievement, and provides recommendations for improving the living environment to promote student success.
  • "Student Satisfaction and its Impact on Retention" by Rana Khan and Haider A. Khan:

    This paper examines the relationship between student satisfaction and retention in higher education. The study highlights the importance of understanding and improving students' satisfaction with their overall educational experience to increase retention rates and promote student success.
  • "The Relationship between Residence Hall Satisfaction and Persistence for First-Year Students" by Michael R. Miller and Benjamin M. Williams:

    This paper investigates the relationship between residence hall satisfaction and persistence among first-year students in college. The study finds that higher levels of satisfaction with the residence hall environment are positively associated with increased persistence rates among first-year students, highlighting the importance of creating a supportive and positive living environment for students' academic success.
  • "Understanding and Improving Residence Hall Satisfaction: A Multiyear Study" by Gary Burkholder and Rachel Wlodarsky:

    This paper presents the findings of a multiyear study on residence hall satisfaction and identifies key factors that influence student satisfaction with on-campus housing. The study highlights the importance of addressing physical conditions, social climate, and staff responsiveness to improve students' satisfaction with their living environment and promote their academic success.
  • "Assessment of Student Satisfaction with University Residential Life: A Case Study" by Michael V. Ellis:

    This paper presents a case study of student satisfaction with residential life at a university and identifies factors that contribute to student satisfaction. The study highlights the importance of providing a supportive and inclusive residential community, maintaining a clean and safe living environment, and addressing student concerns to improve overall satisfaction with on-campus housing.
  • "Assessing Student Residential Satisfaction: A Quantitative Approach" by Mohammad A. Rob and Akhtar Hossain, Journal of Education and Practice, Vol.6, No.19, 2015.

    This paper presents a quantitative approach to assessing student residential satisfaction and identifies the key factors that influence students' satisfaction with their living environment.
  • "The Influence of Residential Satisfaction on Student Persistence and Retention: An Empirical Study" by Mei Tang, The Journal of Higher Education, Vol. 86, No. 6, 2015.

    This study examines the influence of residential satisfaction on student persistence and retention in a large public research university. The results show a significant relationship between residential satisfaction and student persistence, which highlights the importance of creating a positive living environment to enhance student success in higher education.
  • "Exploring Student Satisfaction with On-Campus Housing: An Application of Importance-Performance Analysis" by Brendan W. McGovern and Crystal Rose-Heim, Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, Vol. 54, No. 2, 2017.

    This study assesses students' satisfaction with on-campus housing and to identify areas for improvement using the importance-performance analysis.