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ADVISING STUDENTS: WHAT DO THEY REALLY WANT? Marymount Innovations October 2009.

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1 ADVISING STUDENTS: WHAT DO THEY REALLY WANT? Marymount Innovations October 2009

2 Data Source  Marymount Advising Survey  Targeted to students enrolled in Fall 2008 and returning in Spring 2009  563 students completed the online questionnaire  19% response rate of eligible students  Sample generally reflected the population in terms of school and level

3 Undergraduate Perceived Importance of Advising Topics

4 Undergraduate Perceived Importance and Satisfaction of Advising Topics

5 Graduate Perceived Importance of Advising Topics

6 Graduate Perceived Importance and Satisfaction of Advising Topics

7 Differences between First College and Transfer Students

8 First College Students by Year

9 First College and Transfer Students by Year

10 Differences between First College and Transfer Students  First College and Transfer students have very similar interests and satisfaction with advising  Differences between them include:  First college students (74%) value discussion of the internship more than transfer students (65%)  First college students (51%) are more satisfied with discussions of careers than transfer students (39%)  First college students (45%) are more satisfied with discussions of further education than transfer students (39%)

11 Implications  Both graduates and undergraduate are looking for more discussion of career opportunities  Undergraduates want to discuss their internship across their academic program  Transfer students rate advising less well than their first college colleagues  Sophomores have the lowest evaluations of advising for both first college and transfer students


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