Examining the Relationship Between Academic Success and Campus Engagement Among International Students at the University of Dayton
Andy S Badii
On-campus activities, especially extra and co-curricular activities, can be a very important part of the university experience for many students. Several studies have been conducted to examine if or how these activities have any impact on the academic success of students. The purpose of this quantitative, correlational research study was to examine the relationship between academic success (GPA) and the number of hours of engagement among international students on the campus of the University of Dayton. The research sample included 32 students chosen using criterion and snowball sampling. To gather the information related to students, a questionnaire was created. This study is not only important to the University of Dayton but also to other institutions of higher education with a significant population of international students exploring the correlation between on-campus activities and academic success.
Course Project - Graduate
Savio D Franco
Primary Advisor's Department
Counselor Education and Human Services
Stander Symposium poster
"Examining the Relationship Between Academic Success and Campus Engagement Among International Students at the University of Dayton" (2017). Stander Symposium Posters. 896.