Department of Psychology
Master of Arts
In this study, I explored the relationship between freshman college student satisfaction and college adjustment. Using the College Student Satisfaction Questionnaire (CSSQ) and the College Adjustment Scale (CAS), the "Interpersonal Problems" subscale was found to be moderately predictive of college student satisfaction. No other subscales were predictive. Contrary to expectation, grade point average (GPA) was not a significant factor. Some gender differences were found. Suggestions for program implementation were suggested.
Gregory, Jason, "The Relationship Between Freshman College Student Satisfaction and College Adjustment" (1999). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 779.