College Student Affairs Journal
Program evaluation in education, Student advising
This study sought to determine what student characteristic best predicts advising satisfaction. Outcomes of this study suggest that faculty behaviors such as discussing personal values, majors/ academic concentrations, and financial aid account for significant variance in the prediction of student advising satisfaction. This would suggest those faculties who provide developmental advising are more likely to receive positive advising outcomes. (Contains 2 tables.)
Coll, J. E., & Draves, P. (2009). Traditional age students: Worldviews and satisfaction with advising; A homogeneous study of student and advisors. College Student Affairs Journal, 27(2), 215-223.