Advising the Online Student: A Breakout of Advising Frequency, Preferences, and Satisfaction of Online Students

October 3, 2020

October 3, 2020

This breakout study reviews the findings of a 2017 study of Penn State University’s World Campus undergraduate online students.  The study surveyed students to report demographic, academic, preferences, and satisfaction information and sought to develop relationships between these variables by their levels of academic success.  This breakout study focuses on the findings related to three of the study’s variables: academic advising frequency, interaction preference, and satisfaction of undergraduate online students.

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