During fall quarter, 1994, the Office of Survey Research conducted a telephone survey of in-coming freshmen and new transfers. A total of 322 freshmen and 270 new transfers participated. Among the survey's items, students were asked to describe the courses in which they were registered, as well as their use of and satisfaction with academic advising for their major, their transition to Western, and their living and studying arrangements. The topic of this issue of Focus is where students live and study, and their levels of satisfaction with those living and studying conditions.
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Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
College students--Washington (State)--Statistics
Subjects - Names (LCNAF)
Western Washington University--Students--Statistics
Clark, Linda D. (Linda Darlene); McKinney, Gary (Gary Russell); and Simpson, Carl, "Where Western Students Live and Study" (1996). Office of Survey Research. 509.