Development of Student Satisfaction Survey Tool to Evaluate Living-Learning Residence Hall

Jun 14, 2017

Today’s trend of building residence halls incorporating living-learning programs is increasing to achieve better student success in social and academic life.

This study followed several methods while developing the student satisfaction survey tool for the undergraduate student residence hall:
• analyzed previously developed tools and scales for student housing to obtain the initial pool of questionnaire items;
• reviewed several newly constructed projects’ Program of Requirements to modify this list;
• conducted a post-occupancy evaluation in a 648 beds living-learning center considering the initial questionnaire items;
• modified the instrument (based on the feedback from the POE)

keywords: Post-Occupancy Evaluation, Residence Hall, Student Satisfaction, Survey, Living-Learning

Sharmin Kader (TreanorHL)
Presented at: 
ARCC 2017 Conference – Architecture of Complexity (Salt Lake City, UT)
Published & professionally reviewed by: 
Architectural Research Centers Consortium (ARCC)
University of Utah

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