Evolution of Student-faculty Interactions: What Matters to Millennial College Students?
Higher education institutions are facing greater external pressures for accountability and student learning outcomes. To better understand the factors that influence student success in college, we examined NSSE data from 288 first-year Millennial college students from a comprehensive public university located in the Midwest to determine whether or not the amount of student-faculty interactions were predictors of student retention and satisfaction. The surprising results reveal implications of ways in which student-faculty interactions should evolve.
College Student Affairs Journal
DOI of Published Version
Romsa, Katelyn; Bremer, Karin Lindstrom; Lewis, Jacqueline; and Romsa, Bryan, "Evolution of Student-faculty Interactions: What Matters to Millennial College Students?" (2017). Counseling and Human Development Faculty Publications. 35.