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  • 1. Tricia Benscoter
  • 2.  Survey conducted by: Higher Education Research Institute  Purpose of the survey: to study the change in students activities and behaviors throughout their first year.  Information given in a article by Jeffery R. Young published in The Chronicle of Higher Education.  “Freshmen Adjust to College Socially but Struggle Academically, Survey Finds.”
  • 3.  Studying/ doing homework  Socializing with friends  Talking with teachers outside of class  Participating in sports  Exercising  Partying  Working for pay  Watching TV  Playing games  Using the internet
  • 4.  Are more students concerned with spending many hours studying?  Are students spending large amounts of time working for pay?  Do more students feel that it is important to spend the majority of their time socializing with friends?
  • 5.  More students are concerned with spending many hours studying.  Students are spending large amounts of time working for pay.  More students feel that it is important to spend the majority of their time socializing with friends.
  • 6.  More students are not concerned with spending many hours studying.  Students are not spending large amounts of time working for pay.  More students do not feel that it is important to spend the majority of their time socializing with friends.
  • 7. >20 Hours 0 Hours 1-5 Hours 16-20 Hours 6-15 Hours 53% 31% 11% 3% 3%
  • 8. According to the data given, 53% of students spend 1-5 hours studying. With 31% of students committing 6-15 hours. The least amount of hours committed to studying is tied at 3% by 20+ hours, and 0 hours.
  • 9. >20 Hours 0 Hours 1-5 Hours 16-20 Hours 6-15 Hours 12% 27% 33% 16% 13%
  • 10. In the survey the largest amount of students, worked 6–15 hours, consisting of 33% of the population. Closely following were students who didn’t work at all, with 27% of the population
  • 11. >20 Hours 0 Hours 1-5 Hours 16-20 Hours 6-15 Hours 12% 41% 25% 21% 1%
  • 12. 41% of the sample population say that they spend 6-15 hours socializing with their friends While only 1% confess to not spending any time with friends
  • 13.  I think that by using the data given it is safe to say that administrators do not need to be overly worried about this class of students.  They are able to balance their responsibilities of studying, and working for pay while still maintaining a social life which is so important to the college experience.